Quarks are the basic building blocks of matter.
Three quarks make up a proton. An electron is a quark on it's own, but because it's standing on it's own, it's called a "lepton."
There are six possibilities for each quark to be oriented in a dimension.. six possible dimensions of orientation but will be oriented in only one way. Three quarks make up a proton, so there are 36 possible orientations of "quark-action." In string theory, the quarks are the resonance points of the vibrating string. In theory, the higher dimensions of matter have a higher frequency, and higher resonating dimensions of action for more quarks greater than just 36. We have 36 possible quarks at our current frequency of the universe here on Earth that we experience as matter.
This picture geometry I drew shown in the photo above came from a crop circle.
It is also convenient that there are six possible orientations for electromagnetic action of a magnet in an orientation moving over a coil of wire, also in an orientation.
In Faraday's principles of magnetically induced electricity, the electricity direction and polarity is determined by the orientation of the spin of the magnetic "particles." Conventionally, it is considered electron spin alignment, but we don't get shocked from touching a magnet. It's electrically inert. Protons also can spin, and even though electricity travels only on the surface of an object, electrons are interwoven throughout the magnetic alloy or element, as protons and electrons inter-weave together to form the flower of the shape of matter itself.
So what is the magnetic force, and how is it generated permanently from the particular geometry of atoms in a magnet?
Good question, huh?