After what seemed an eternity of singularity, the form yearned for an identity of its own and sought to
escape the nest, which it did with a big bang.  The legacy of the past induced its complementary form
at the center, something like the s orbital of hydrogen, the most abundant element in the universe.
The form entered into a slight instability as it left the mothership and expanded into another step into an
identity of its own, a little the same as its legacy but a diverse departure from it, similar to helium, the
second most abundant element in the universe.
As the rebellion against the singular legacy continued, the circle became even more unstable, adopting
4 nodes instead of 2, inducing more complicated but less abundant forms at the center.
And so on ...
6 nodes (above)

8 nodes (below)
Please be assured that the eternal legacy of the singular past is not soon forgotten, since every cycle
includes the superposition onto a perfect circle and a singular center.

10 nodes (below)
12 nodes (above)

14 nodes (below)
These are just a rough way of expressing the orbitals of atoms, which in practice consist of
spherical harmonic inversions about the center.  It is a hint to cosmology to explain the
abundance of elements correlated with the complexity of their orbitals in the process of the
expansion of the Big Bang.

Below is the math used to create these animations.