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Master Tone

"The cause of all motion is the dynamic action of thinking of the One universal living Being, which man calls God, or Mind, or by other names, all of which stand practically for the one idea of fatherhood, or deity.

"Thinking is a process, an orderly, evolutionary, periodic process of absolute limitations.

"All motion of thinking Mind is born in the maximum high speed of the universal constant of energy. It runs the gamut of periodic and opposing deceleration and acceleration in six full tones, one double tone, and a master tone, to each of ten lowering octaves, and a variable number of mid-tones in each of the last four octaves." Russell, The Universal One, Book 1, Chapter 2 - The Life Principle)

"All motion of thinking Mind is born in the maximum high speed of the universal constant of energy. It runs the gamut of periodic and opposing deceleration and acceleration in six full tones, one double tone, and a master tone, to each of ten lowering octaves, and a variable number of mid-tones in each of the last four octaves.

"The seven tones are those so-called "elements of matter" which are improperly classified in the eight groups of the commonly accepted Mendeleef periodic table. All effects of motion which cause the appearance of these elements is that which is herein termed "motion-in-opposition".

"The master tone of each octave is the record of all motion taking place within the octave.

"The master tones are the turning points between reaction and action, just as the double tones are the turning points between action and reaction.

"They are the beginnings of each new expression of energy in motion and are records of the old.

"They are the ends of exhalations and the beginnings of inhalations.

"The master tone of each octave is the inheritance of the original motion of the thinking process of Mind. These master tones are the "inert gases" which are classified in the zero group of the Mendeleef table.

"The state of motion of these inert gases is that of motion-in-inertia.

"Motion-in-inertia is that state of pressure equilibrium which lies between any two masses.

"The inertial line, or plane is that dividing line, or plane, toward which all masses discharge their potential.

"It is the line, or plane, of lowest potential of two opposing areas of potential, where opposing pressures neutralize. This is the plane of minimum pressure of two opposing areas.

"The master tones which represent a state of motion-in-inertia and are the inert gases, bear the same relationship to the elements that white bears to the colors. They are a registration of them all. White is not included in the spectrum, it has no place there. The inert gases should not be included in the elements. They have no place there. Of this more shall be written later in its proper place." Russell, The Universal One

"The chemistry of the soul of all idea is registered in the master tones, known as the inert gases.

"The soul is the matrix of the body just as the master tones are the matrices of the elements.

"The inert master tones of an octave of the elements contains a complete and exact record of every effect of motion within its octave." Russell, The Universal One

Inert Gases
Hydron
Helium
Neon
Argon
Krypton
Xenon
Radon
Omeganon

See Also

1.23 - Power of Harmonics through Summation Tones
12.06 - Mid-Tones and Neutral Centers
12.42 - Tone
9.9 - Sympathy or Harmony Between Harmonics or Overtones
Figure 12.03 - Scale Showing Relations of Light Color and Tones
Figure 14.01 - Overtones Developed Musically Showing Up as Isotopes along the Vertical Axis of this Chart
Figure 18.06 - Hubbard Tone Scale of Degrees or Levels of Consciousness
Figure 4.16 - Break-out of Colors Tones and Attributes
Figure 4.17 - Musical Relationships of Colors Tones and Attributes
Figure 7B.02 - Colors and Tones
Figure 8.5 - Summation Tones
Figure 8.6 - Difference Tones
Inert Gas
Overtone
Overtone series
Philosophers Stone
resultant tone
Soul
Table 11.02 - Fifth is Double Tone
Tone
Undertone

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