A cabled torus knot T(3,2) T(5,2) and T(5,3) built using Versor (versor.mat.ucsb.edu), my implementation of conformal geometric algebra. The formulation of the torus knot using commuting orthogonal circles comes thanks to Leo Dorst, who pointed it out to me. Part way through the video, a Blue and Red circle appear. These are the commuting orthogonal circles. I figured out a way to keep the circles orthogonal by using antipodal fibers of a Hopf Fibration ( They are Hopf Links). Hopf video coming soon . . . The winding around the knot of the red and yellow lines is called a Cabling.