**I found a conjecture:** *A chain of six circles associated with six points on a circle (in Mobius plane)*.

This is a generalization of the last my previous question in Three chains of six circles. (Noting that, in this configuration: $P'_1P_1P_4P'_4$ don't lie on a circle) I am looking for a proof of the conjecture as following:

**Conjecture:**

In the Möbius plane, let a chain of six circles $(C_1)$, $(C_2)$, $(C_3)$, $(C_4)$, $(C_5)$, $(C_6)$, such that two neighbors circles $(C_i)$ meets $(C_{i+1})$ at two points $P_i, P'_i$ where $i=1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6$; Such that six points $P_1, P_2, P_3, P_4, P_5, P_6$ lie on a circle.

Let $A_1$ be a point on the circle $(C_6)$, let the circle $(A_1P_1P_2)$ meets the circle $(C_2)$ at $A_2$, Let the circle $(A_2P'_3P'_4)$ meets the circle $(C_4)$ at $A_3$, Let the circle $(A_3P_5P_6)$ meets the circle $(C_6)$ at $A_4$, Let the circle $(A_4P'_1P'_2)$ meets the circle $(C_2)$ at $A_5$, Let the circle $(A_5P_3P_4)$ meets the circle $(C_4)$ at $A_6$. Then show that:

Four points $A_6, P_5, P_6, A_1$ lie on a circle.

Six points $A_1, A_2, A_3, A_4, A_5, A_6$ lie on a circle