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"The forward swing toward the "plus" is always in the direction of north by the way of east and the backward swing is always south by the way of west.

All energy is renewed from the south by the way of east and dissipated toward the south by the way of west." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 08 - The Universal Pulse - All Motion is Oscillatory]

"All mass seeks the ever changing pressure tones of its own ever changing potentials, revolving and rotating always from west toward east, without any exception in any mass throughout the universe of dimension." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 11 - Attraction and Repulsion]

"The accumulated electric potential continues spirally north by way of east in the electric stream to the planet's center, and the disintegration emanations continue south by way of west, in the magnetic stream of the earth's ecliptic." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 12 - Gravitation and Radiation]

"And so also do they find their respective orbits and begin to revolve in them from west toward east, and rotate upon defined axes also from west to east." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 12 - Gravitation and Radiation]

"If suddenly it were released from out beyond Neptune's orbit, what would happen? Assuming that it held itself together and did not explode in so low a pressure zone, it would fall with increasing swiftness toward the sun in a line ever slightly curving north easterly until it reached the orbit from which it had been removed." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 12 - Gravitation and Radiation]

"The cycle of a wave is an orderly progression in the universal direction from south to north by the way of east, and back again to south by the way of west.

All masses revolve from the west toward the east around the nucleal centers of their systems throughout the entire cycle of their waves.

All masses rotate upon axes throughout the entire cycle of their waves from the west toward the east of their masses." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 13 - Expressions of Gravitation and Radiation]

"The overtone plane of gyroscopic perfection is the plane where north meets south and east meets west in bi-sexual unity." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 13 - Expressions of Gravitation and Radiation]

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"Electricity moves always in the direction of north, by the way of east.

Magnetism moves always south, by the way of west." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 13 - Expressions of Gravitation and Radiation]

"The spiral direction of all motion is the cause of the two other opposites of direction known as east and west.

East is a contraction of the inertial south of concept and memory of form toward the north of reflection of concept through motion, and west is north's expansive return toward south." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 13 - Expressions of Gravitation and Radiation]

"The direction of contraction is north by the way of east.

East is toward least rotation at the gravitative center of any mass.

The maximum of east is where east meets north following the charging areas of mass.

As electro-negative action returns toward south, it expands.

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The direction of expansion is south by the way of west.

West is toward greatest rotation at the surface of any mass.

The maximum of west is where west meets south following the ecliptic plane of any mass.

The minimum exertion of the easterly force of contraction must therefore be in the plane of the equator of any mass, and its force directed toward the gravitative center of that mass.

In every mass the maximum exertion of the easterly force of contraction is within the charging areas of the generative cones of which the pole of rotation is the axis.

In every mass the maximum exertion of the westerly force of expansion is within the discharging areas of the radiative cones of which the equator is the base.

In every mass north meets east at the pole of rotation, the axis of the generative cones of energy, of which the north easterly electric stream and the south westerly magnetic lines of force are the opposing contours.

It may be well to recall the law of generation: "All mass is generated and regenerated by a contractive pressure exerted in the direction of its gravitative center. Its minimum of generative pressure is exerted from its equatorial plane and its maximum pressure from its pole." South meets west at the axes of the radiative cones of energy of which the expansion of the equatorial plane of revolution into the isoclinal planes of magnetic force are the contours.

Thus may we repeat the law of radiation of mass: "All mass is radiated and diffused by an expansive pressure exerted in the direction of its surface. Its minimum of radiative pressure is exerted from its pole and its maximum from its equatorial plane." East contracts toward north and west expands toward south. Contraction is centripetal and expansion is centrifugal." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 13 - Expressions of Gravitation and Radiation]

"We shall call the two vertical faces which parallel the primary vertical inertial plane the ecliptics of the wave, the two faces which parallel the secondary vertical plane the east-west planes, and the two horizontal faces the north opposed planes." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 16 - Expressions of Gravitation and Radiation]

"The force of motion away from plane is always toward north by the way of east and is therefore centripetal." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 20 - Expressions of Gravitation and Radiation]

"All mass rotates from its local west toward its local east, just as all mass revolves from its local west toward its local east. The local west is a surface direction. It is in the direction in which the sun appears to set.

The local east is a surface direction. It is in the direction in which the sun appears to rise.

The universal west is the expansion of north which is ever away from the sun of any system.

It is the centrifugal direction of negative discharge.

It is the direction in which all planets are spirally threading their way on their return journey from mass to plane.

The universal east is the contraction of south which is ever toward the sun.

It is the centripetal direction of positive charge.

It is the direction in which all generating light units are spirally threading their way on their outward journey toward the melting pot." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 21 - Expressions of Gravitation and Radiation]

"Let us recall that north by the way of east is the direction of generation, and south by the way of west is the direction of degeneration." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 21 - Expressions of Gravitation and Radiation]

"In the morning of a planet's life the sun dominates it through its north charging pole. Its local east and west are therefore those with which we are familiar on this planet. And the direction of rotation of the sun is counter-clockwise in reference to an observer located north of the solar system.

At the planet's noon of maturity the sun rises and sets in the plane of the planet's equator. Its local east and west are therefore in the plane of the sun's rising and its setting.

In the planet's evening the poles reverse their position. Its local east and west are therefore the reverse of those at birth and the direction of rotation is clockwise in reference to an observer similarly located." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 21 - Expressions of Gravitation and Radiation]

"If one looks down on the north pole of a mass which is turning from west to east it will appear to turn counter-clock-wise, as though the hands of a clock turned backwards.

Conversely, if one looks up on the south pole of a mass which is turning from west to east it will appear to turn clock-wise." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 21 - Expressions of Gravitation and Radiation]

"That section of an eccentric orbit which lies above a circular conic section is the north-east section of an orbit." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 22 - Expressions of Gravitation and Radiation]

"If the north-east section of an eccentric orbit is that part of the orbit in which the perihelion is located and if acceleration of an orbit always increases toward its perihelion, then the northeast section of the orbit and its perihelion must in some manner be related to the relative ability of a mass to appear to attract." [Russell - The Universal One; Book 02 - Chapter 22 - Expressions of Gravitation and Radiation]

Russell: Direction from outer to inner or south to north. Direction of syntropy.

See Also

Book 02 - Chapter 13 - Expressions of Gravitation and Radiation - Universal Direction
North
South
direction of motion
East
Figure 3.24 - Non-synchronized Voiding at Plane of Inertia is Regenerative
Figure 3.8 - Force is stored in the North - Energy Disperses to the South
Figure 3.10 - Temperature Accumulates in the North and Cools in the South Reciprocally
Figure 3.12 - Force Accumulates from South to North
Figure 6.2 - Opposing Repellant Dispersive Radiations Neutralizing at Interface Plane of Inertia
Figure 10.03 - Zero Planes of Depolar Inertia
Figure 12.02 - 0 Inertia Centered Scale
Figure 12.07 - Plane of Inertia showing Focalizing Action
Figure 12.08 - Plane of Inertia shown as an Optical or Focalizing Function
inertia
inertial plane
laws of universal direction
Motion-in-inertia
non-motion-in-inertia
North
one universal spiral direction
Plane of Inertia
Point of South
West
3.7 - Non-synchronized Voiding at Plane of Inertia
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