Hi Caprichoso, I understand what you are saying. This is a little difficult to explain. Start from the basics:
Definition of whorled phyllotaxy from the Oxford English Dictionary
"a set of leaves, flowers, or branches springing from the stem at the same level and encircling it."
I apply this to my plant as cannabis normally has two sets of leaves. This one has three..."springing from the stem at the same level and encircling it". Which I read as a set of leaves at each node, thus on the same level, which surround the stem 360° thus encircling it.
I've never revegged a plant, so have no idea what to expect. From what I've gathered from your picture the leaves curl under on themslves, forming a sort of cylinder? In this case the term IMO isn't applicable. What your leaves are doing is a result of stress, and not a genetic mutation, which as I understand is exactly what whorled phyllotaxy is.
I would love to hear from some other gurus here on the subject!