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Utron

"The Utron was the key to it all. Carr said it accumulated energy because of its shape, and focused it, and also responded to our conscious intentions. When we operated the machine, we didn't work any controls. We went into a meditative state and all three of us focused our intentions on the effect we wanted to achieve. It sounds ridiculous, I know. But that's what we did, and that's what worked." - [Ralph Ring]

The Utron Electrical Accumulator is a very specific design, it is the oldest geometric composition known to man. As far as I can tell from extensive research, the oldest symbol known to man is a singular dot ( . ) , followed by the circle ( O ) , then closely followed by the dot inside the circle, which is essentially the pin prick mark a drawing compass makes when drawing a circle. When one looks at a circle with a point in the centre, you would know this as the neutral centre, you are now looking at the top elevation of a conical structure. This conical structure is the Utron. This conforms to Mr. Keely's views on the atom. The Utron is by definition the molecular shell of the atom. It is to the atom as the egg shell is to the egg. Otis describes two different ways of accessing the energy contained within the atom through the allegory of the egg and so explains it thusly:

"One can crack the shell of an egg and spill out the energy of it's contents, or one can gently 'hatch' or condition the egg to bring forth the energy of LIFE and it's cycle of chain reactions." [From the brochure 'Atoms For Peace' distributed by OTC ENTERPRISES]

The Utron as i'm sure you are aware is constructed from the square, the circle and the triangle and being conicle is 4th dimensional, i.e., it is designed in motion. His craft is built according to the ratio of the equation of the speed of light. [J. S.]

See Also

Otis T. Carr
Gravity
Gravitation
rotating envelope
Mind Force
Mind over Matter
Mind to Mind
Telekinesis
Thought
Will
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