VIII. Harmonious and holistic speed adjustment commands
There could also be commands to quicken or slow multiple different movements working together at different speeds almost simultaneously, like one player out of a band of three improvising musicians that never played together before, playing songs they've never played together before. One of them may change the tempo, and the other two, only from the notice of this former player changing tempo, follow.
Things to note with the above picture:
The right index and middle fingernails are pulled together,
as the broad side of all 8 fingernails
of both hands are all stroking the RE's scalp from it's top to their ears or the opposite direction
as all the fingernails of the left hand are pulled apart,
and as the right ring and pinky fingernails are pulled apart from eachother and the middle fingernail on that hand.
This means the speed of the change of the
location and pressure pattern tempo
would slow or quicken to the speed of the stroke of both hands
and the tempo of the pattern of the locations and pressures of the lips
and penetrating fingers
harmoniously change with respect to the movement of the tongue.
The speed of the stroke of the fingernails directing the tongue location and pressure, the lip location and pressure, or the penetrating finger location and pressure, pulled together, would direct the speed of the location and pressure change of that action, while the other 2 of these 3 actions that may have been active remain harmonious with the 1 former action. The fingers that direct the 2 dependent actions would be pulled away from eachother and the 1 dominant action during this command.
Fingernails going from the top of the scalp towards the ears may imply slowing speeds. Fingernails going from the ears to the top of the scap may imply accelerating speeds.
When fingerprints from the other side of the hands make scalp contact instead of the broad side of the fingernails, this may just refer to the change in the location of the tongue, lips, and penetrating fingers, while pressure from these 3 parts of the RE's body pulsate at the prior tempo or timing.
When fingernail tips make scalp contact instead of the fingerprints, this may just refer to the change in the pressure tempo of the tongue, lips, and penetrating fingers, while the location from these 3 parts of the RE's body move at the prior tempo or timing. This does not change pressure magnitude, but pressure timing.
In the above case,
The right middle and index fingers are not making contact with the scalp,
as the right hand ring and pinky fingers and all the left hand fingers make contact with the scalp at the fingernail tips,
as these tips stroke towards from the top of the scalp to the ears or the opposite direction,
as the right ring and pinky fingers are pulled together,
as the fingernail tips of the left hand are pulled apart.
The tongue does not take this command.
The tempo of a pressure pattern
slows or accelerates
from the penetrating fingers at the speed of the OW's 6 finger strokes
and the tempo of the mouth suction pressure pattern changes harmoniously with respect to the new tempo of the penetrating fingers.
An omission of scalp contact from a certain group of fingers would not direct any change from the system that takes orders from it.
III. Lips and suction
IV. Outside fingers
V. Penetrating fingers
VI. Composition of maps
VII. Starting and stopping
IX. Recording and recalling memory
X. Vocal vibrations