There are connections. There are patterns. It is perhaps not surprising that, among other amazing facts about a waller's brain, it seems to possess a powerful and very creative affinity both to enjoy and reproduce, in stone, the same kinds of patterns of cellular structure, which are intrinsic to its very make up and are biologically evident under the microscope.
Is this a kind of game the brain plays with itself? If so, let's look at the some of the rules of cellular structure and figure out how to play the game better.