Phase prime metric (PPM) is a pattern of primes to create integers in various ways, and it is only a principle of organization of symmetries, which is no organization of other elementary concepts or system or entity. Several versions of the PPM reveal all possible dynamics, symmetry breaking, phase transition, and morphogenesis of the geometric shapes, whose sidearms ratios are the integers. This chapter discusses discuss one of the most important aspects of PPM, projection from infinity. Tenth class PPM metric implements the concept of a higher dimension, where the sum of primes could build a modulo and regulate the multiple prime sums as alternate solutions. Once natural events activate the discrete parts of the PPM, the local geometric shapes continue to integrate. During structural transformation, self-similar patterns at various locations on the PPM could find that if the group there could be natural support in the geometric composition of PPM.