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Rotation and Revolution are Reciprocals

[See Covariance, Reciprocal]

117. Centripetal force decelerates rotation and accelerates revolution, page 156
118. Centrifugal force accelerates rotation and decelerates revolution, page 156 [The Universal One Principles]

"Electricity is motion - any kind, or stage of motion. There cannot be two kinds of electricity. There is but one kind of electricity but that one kind multiplies its power to compress in the first half of its cycle and divides that power in the second half. Much confusion is caused by mistaking speed for high potential, and vise versa. For this reason it is well to exemplify our meaning by the following example: To create matter by the compression of four pairs of rings, projected from cathodes, the speed of the current around its shaft of gravity multiplies constantly and volume decreases as speed increases, until the collision takes place. Simultaneously the speed of rotation of units in the current slows down until the completed mass, after the collision, is its minimum. From that point on every effect is in reverse. Revolution around the shaft of gravity of each separate unit of the mass, including projections from it like planets and satellites, become increasingly slower while rotation of each mass upon its own shaft is increasingly faster. In this case speed results in a lowering of potential and a vast increase in volume.

To exemplify: Mercury and the planets beyond it, revolve centrifugally around their primary shaft of gravity in the sun with ever increasing slowness, while the speed of rotation upon their own shafts increases so greatly that they are rapidly disintegrated by their own increasing centrifugal speed. This is a characteristic of every electrical effect, whatsoever. It is the principle which we call life and growth, which reverses itself to become death and decay." [Atomic Suicide, page 148]

See Also

Etheric Orbital Rotations
Figure 9.11 - Compression Wave with expanded and contracted Orbits
orbital angular momentum
Orbital Plane
Revolution
Rotation
Scale of Locked Potentials
spin-orbit coupling
12.01 - Scale of Locked Potentials
12.11 - Eighteen Attributes or Dimensions
12.23 - Time orbit period
12.38 - Orbital revolution
9.23 - Circular Harmonic Orbit
9.24 - Elliptical Enharmonic Orbit
9.26 - Orbital Phases
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