We are presenting a series of quantum mechanics models that were produced during a five year Public Education Project hosted on Facebook known as String Theory Development group. The topics researched included M-Theory (string theory) and Applied relativistic physics as an exploration of Einstein's Field Equations. This animated model is a fly through of a single Boson ,a Spinor-Space-Time Relativistic Engine component of the Proton. Due to computational limits, the animations in this series can either demonstrate a fixed camera showing an inertial action, or, a moving camera while inertia is fixed in a single periodic position. We chose the most favorable symmetry states in order to gain information as to function, structure, charge and complexity. Here we revisit the FTL brane at the center of the proton, and then extend this view along the adjoining axis which constitutes a Boson (spinors of integer value). There are periodic optical magnetic charge vertices existing along the boson, with yellow being neutral charge, blue arbitrarily as positive and red as negative. Violet indicates charge mixing, and so forth. This color code serves simply to tell which are the same charge and which are opposite and neutral. In a transportable monopole system like this, it takes 2 or more monopoles plus a spinor occupying the same location to define a real sub-atomic particle. An isolated monopole may be considered as a virtual particle. This is important when we discuss how the axis each are occupied uniquely for the Pi-mesons, and this leads to the variety of color charge types in the quark manifold. Within the animation you may catch a glimpse of the Tau electron, for example. It has 3 charge optical magnetic lens as a close metric group. You will also note that the metric distance across the group is precisely the same as the metric thickness for the FTL D-Brane in the center of the proton. This is due to charge and spin having some dependency on the D-Brane relativistic effect as the charges are projected on the F string landscape. This type of central D-brane is responsible for the Mass effect and the curvature of space-time, as it’s inertial action reduces a real metric distance to "0" inside the proton, by transporting wave functions a short distance at speeds faster than light. Other sub-particles which share this axis (boson) will acquire a virtual Mass dependent on this Central D-Brane . A few sub-particles will also have transportable Mass, a subject for another model type. This D-Brane is located in space where a wave-function transformation takes place, so it serves as both a gateway and a regulator or operator of inertial / information transport. As we shall observe later, through exploration, the support for both the quarks, and the external neutrons and electrons (as protons are combined to produce heavier elements), all depend on this 3 axis relativistic engine. Today we can take you on a detailed fly through on one of the 6 axial extensions. Lastly, I would point out, that all 3 axis have some unique property, partially due to only 2 of the 3 axis having a D-Brane pair spaced centrally on them, thus defining a special plane through the proton manifold. One axis does not support a relativistic D-Brane for the proton. The support of complex quark-antiquark color charge, is, in part, due to this asymmetrical feature. The other effect that differentiates quark types is a side-effect of the same asymmetry, which is the emergence of a true electromagnetic dipole field along that single axis. In this way we obtain spin and charge mixing in a complex way in the quark manifold. We will be publishing a complete series of supporting animations and dimensional manifolds for the Spinor-Space-Time Models in the near future.