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Radiation

1. The act of radiating or diverging from a central point, as radiation of light; divergence from a center, having the appearance of rays.
2. The therapeutic use of roentgen rays or radium.
3. In neurology, certain groups of fibers that diverge after leaving their place of origin. Blakiston's New Gould Medical Dictionary, The Blakiston Company, 1949; 1st edition.

There may be negative, neutral and positive radiation.

"The radiations or vibrations from a thing are always of the nature of its polarity, either negative or positive." Keely

"Radiation is the term used to express the reaching out of the thermal element, after its liberation from its corpuscular imprisonment, to be re-absorbed or returned again to its sympathetic environment; teaching us a lesson in the equation of disturbance of sympathetic equilibrium." Bloomfield-Moore, Keely and His Discoveries pg 273

"Radiation is radiative activity. Modern science calls it "radioactivity.'" Radioactivity is merely the reversing of the time dimensions of the universal constant. It is the exothermal, exhalation of the One universal Being, of which every existing thing is.

"The more positive the system or mass, the more genera-active and radioactive is that system." Russell

"Radiation is discharge of accumulated potential." Russell, Principle of Regeneration

"Thermal radiation (and its negative, cold), the field of Prof. Dewar's researches, in Keely's system comes below the first atomic; while celestial sympathetic radiation comes as the fountain head; the compound interetheric, from which all aggregated matter springs, the governing force of all aggregations. If there were no sympathetic radiation from the great celestial center, space would be void of suspended, or floating, earthly and gaseous matter; consequently, planetary worlds would never have had their birth and growth.

"The suggestion of Prof. Dewar, that an increase in low temperatures might lead to the liquefying of hydrogen, is an admission that hydrogen may be a compound; for no simple can ever be condensed into a visible form. Keely's experimental researches have proved, to his own satisfaction, that all known gases are compounds, inasmuch as, when the intensity which accompanies sympathetic vibration, in his process, is brought to bear upon any gas, it submits to dissociation." Bloomfield-Moore, Keely and His Discoveries pg. 371

"Each entity RADIATES that tone, that reflection of the concept of its creative force. Each entity - each atom of the entity radiates that vibration to which it attunes itself." Cayce (2842-2)

"Radiation is the desire of magnetism to disintegrate into the disappearance of form. Gravitation is the desire of electricity to integrate into the appearance of form." Russell, The Universal One

Radiation = Death or Evil ?

Date: Sun, 23 Dec 2001 08:56:41 -0700
Paul wrote:

> >Some substances are inherently evil. Reference: Walter Russell, who
> >strongly opposed the development of Plutonium (named after the King of
> >Hell) and the other transuranic elements. I believe, along with several
> >Mennonites of my acquaintance, that Plutonium is the Abomination of
> >Desolation that Jesus warned us about.
> >I wouldn't say inherently evil. Perhaps lacking in 'solid' harmony. The
> >universe is said to spring from the mind of God, PERFECTLY GOOD!

Paul, Russell considered these heavier elements as "dying". Nowhere have I read Russell considered these elements as evil, sinful or "Abomination of Desolation" in a personal, spiritual or moral sense. Yes, degeneration into chaos but not something inherently of a moral nature. This does not imply death but a disintegration to dispersion wherefrom they are re-integrated again as whole as hydrogen. There is no death - only transformation from one state of consciousness to another.

Death = dispersion / discord;
Life = cohesion / harmony.

IMHO, What the bible refers to as sin is really something "not contributing to waking up to Whole Mindedness or Christ Consciousness". Ex: One would be commiting sin if what they did or thought brought them closer to body-mind or focus on materiality instead of the essence that is life / spirit. I would lump "evil" into this category. Again, IMHO, there is no evil or sin per se - there is only thought - which may be constructive towards wholeness or destructive towards chaos of body, mind and spirit - as Paul says above, going to enharmonicity (chaos).

So in a sense you are correct in a different sense. There are two main forces operating in the universe. The force that concentrates to a whole form (syntropic, harmonic) and an energy that disperses form to chaos (entropic, enharmonic). These are natural forces doing what they do best - being what they are. There is nothing inherently evil about either one. In fact one could not exist without the other to counterbalance it and give it meaning. The heavier elements are sympathetic to the enharmonic conditions and hence are dispersing into radiant energy and chaos (lack of orderly form).

"Thoughts are things and... as the mental dwells upon these thoughts, so does it give strength, power to things that do not appear. And thus does indeed there come that as is so oft given, that faith IS the evidence of things not seen." Cayce (906-3)
Dale Pond, 12/23/2001

See Also

2.23 - Male-Father-Syntropic and Female-Mother-Entropic Swirling Cosmic Dance
17.08 - Gravitation and Radiation Russell
17.08.01 - Gravitation and Radiation Keely
17.09 - Gravitation and Radiation Hatonn
Celestial Radiation
Dispersion
Entropy
Magnetism
Mother
Negative
neutral radiation
Rad-Energy
Radiant Energy
Vacuum

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