Qi Schengen Area

Schengen countries have a common
visa policy.

Qi isn’t just an abstract concept concocted by some people; it is real people occuping a place called Schengen Area. Qi is called a life force because it’s the product of the movement of people.

Human life is defined by two things: move and stop. We are either moving or we are not. Whenever we are moving, we are on. When we are not moving, we are off.

On and off are yin and yang or 6 and 9. Since 6 and 9 are the square faces and small squares in a square face of a 3×3×3 cube game, our lives are Rubik’s Cube.

Schengen Area is an area comprised of twenty six Europe countries that have abolished passports and border control at their mutual borders.

The people occuping the Schengen Area are the vertices, faces and edges of a cube.

Schengen Area is a cube whose six square faces are Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia and Finland. France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia and Liechtenstein are the eight vertices of the Schengen Area. And its twelve edges are Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

Visa granted by a Schengen country automatically grants international travellers passage to the remaining twenty six states because the Schengen nations have a single visa policy. Humans moving across these borders are prosperity and progress moving from one point to another.

Free movement of people between these borders increases the degree and frequency of economic activities corresponding to increased qi energy.

Without free movement, qi energy is trapped in each of the twenty six cubes surrounding the central cube. Rubik’s Cube is scattered and progress is limited when there is a strict border control between the Schengen nations.


Relaxing border restrictions between these states is solving Rubik’s Cube puzzle by arranging 26 small cubes anchored on a common fulcrum.

The outcome is more money.

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