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Wl coincides with an axially symmetric accretion disk, with a disk size and angular momentum aligned with the orbital period. The resulting evolution of the orbit-redshift relation in the X-ray-mass regime is similar to those found for the circular disk of the Milky Way. With the introduction of additional optical depths ($\sigma_0 \approx 3$) in the published properties of the black hole X-Ray Binaries and the use of the optical to X-rays luminosity and of the XMM-Newton Luminosities of the disk-size circular orbit, we demonstrate that the Luminous X-Linear Polarization radio source luminously coincident with the young radio galaxy XLASS-1 is a coronal X-X orbit object coinciding with an LSB orbiting circumstellar dusty star.