The Trefoil-knot with a Torus-current and turbine suction, has a 3-blades propeller shape, that generates when moving through the medium, a Clock-Wise or Counter-Clock-Wise rotation. This cyclic motion gives 'Spin' to the unit: Up (A.) or Down (B.). Because of this 'Spin' the protons and their electron-flow, orientate themselves in such a way that they can roll together in compositions of even numbers, and/or aligned towards each other.
Coaxial contra-rotating propellers repel each other in the center when they 're faced with their north-poles towards each other, at the same time the friction between these points is the highest, this fast flow generates a "Bernoulli's Principle" effect that attracts the 2 entities toward each other, and keeps them in place. The more parts that make up the stack, the more they are squeezed together.
This would also mean that the protons move along with the electrons and shift places. Different Torus-flows that rotate in the same direction might join up to form one. Due to pressure differences each Torus of the series is stretched more than it's predecessor, generating different curved currents, and setting up a shell-formation. Some Trefoils/Toruses might be sucked in closely, loosing it's Torus current, and become neutralised -> Neutron.
Here is a link to an overview of the Grand Orbital Table
A contra-rotating propeller will have no rotational air flow, pushing a maximum amount of air uniformly through the propeller disk, resulting in high performance and low induced energy loss. It also serves to counter the asymmetrical torque effect of a conventional propeller. (wiki link)