You won't need "cycle relationships" as you can create multiple table occurrences of the same table in Manage | Database | Relationships.
Select a table occurrence box by clicking it, then click the duplicate button (two green plus signs). This duplicates a reference to that table without duplicating the actual table.
So you can create this relationship:
where Table3 and Table3 2 are two different occurrences of the same data source table.
For more on Table Occurrences, see this tutorial: Tutorial: What are Table Occurrences?
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