They are the dicone (the shape of a diabolo) and the cylinder.
What you call Socialism is his intellectual equivalent for diabolo and Limerick competitions.
We invented and played at 'diabolo' when the Britons were painted blue and lived in the woods.
All things and all thoughts come back in this play like the top spun by a skilful player of diabolo.
Segovia still carries on her shield this "Puente del diabolo," with the head of a Roman peering above it.