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Alphanon

Alphanon First "particle" or appearance of energy as form. [The Universal One, Page 92]

0 Alphanon (non-opposition - equilibrium)
0 Omeganon/Alphanon (non-opposition - equilibrium)

Alphanon is the beginning and end of the Octave scale of elements. It is an inert gas, and inert gases have an inherent structure that makes them the repository of the wave patterning of ideas. All of space is filled with alphanon and other undetectable elements in the first three octaves of Russell's Octave Periodic Charts. Is alphanon, alone, the conductor and organizing medium for the manifestation of human thinking? [Chester Hatstat]

The Alphanon is the first polar centralization of syntropic force to form while the Omeganon is its opposite or last decentralization of entropic energy to disperse (become neutral or depolar). The Alphanon begins the polarized formation of matter while Omeganon ends the formation of matter.

"Each inert gas is constructed by four rings in one plane, centered by a hole which is the invisible Mind-Source of those four rings. At the very center of that hole is a point of stillness, within which is lodged all of the life, energy, knowledge, idea, and the other qualities which are a part of the God-Nature in non-dimensional qualities. Every point in all the universe is like that point, but we are concerned with but one of them now, for that is the point where the oak tree draws its power to express the oak tree idea in form - or which any other unit of Creation has chosen to draw its identity and power." [Atomic Suicide, page 236]

See Also

A Russellian Extrapolation of the Creation of Alphanon from Plutonium Decay
Anu
Atomoles
Chart of Locked Potentials
Compound Interetheric
Ether
Etheric Elements
Etheric Vibratory Scale
Etheron
Figure 3.00 - Infinite Number of Atomoles or Alphanon filling all Space
Interetheron
Particles and Corpuscles
Protoplastic
Subdivision
Table of the Elements - Russell Elements
unit of matter

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