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centralization

Quanta are not solid bodies but forces centralized about a mutual or neutral center; hence - centralizations of forces and energies. While one force is being absorbed a second energy is being radiated. The two seeming opposing forces are said to be equated. (see Law of Assimilation) Centralizations are commonly called "particles". Hard, solid quantum or sub-quantum particles therefore cannot and do not exist.

One Balanced Whole and Two Reciprocating Dynamics

One Balanced Whole and Two Reciprocating Dynamics




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There is But One Dynamic Force

There is But One Dynamic Force




GRAVITATION
is the desire of electricity to integrate into the appearance of form.

RADIATION
is the desire of magnetism to disintegrate into the disappearance of form.

The ONE force appears to divide itself into two forces
Electricity which is the positive force of action moving away from inertia against magnetic pressure resistance and
Magnetism which is the negative force of reaction moving towards inertia with magnetic pressure assistance.

They are both the same force, electricity magnetism, but they are moving in opposite directions.

The result is an increasing intensity of opposition between the two forces as the cosmic pendulum swings away from inertia.

ENERGY INERTIA ENERGY

This increasing intensity of opposition between the gravitative desire of electricity to assemble the universe into the appearance of form by the generative force of attraction and the radiative desire of magnetism to disassemble into the disappearance of form by the expanding power of repulsion is the cosmic principle of creation. Generation contracts and radiation expands. These two motions-in-opposition constitute energy. Matter is merely the storehouse of energy, the record of states of motion.

COMPLEXITY

The apparent division into apparent opposites is an absolute characteristic of all phenomena of nature. There are no opposites in fact. Out of any action the opposite reaction is born; and out of the reaction, the action is again regenerated. The cosmic pendulum ever swings from non-opposition through an orderly periodicity of opposition and back again for ever and ever - increasing opposition, or apparent separation into two, develops an increasing intensity of desire to return to the the inertial state of non-opposition. This desire is all that constitutes the force which man called energy. The opposites of energy developed by increasing desire and radiative energy which is separative and repels. Energy decreases as these opposites separate and increases as they amalgamate.

The Law - Everything that is, is of everything else that is, nothing is of itself alone.

The One force of the universe is the energy of thinking mind. There is no other energy.

See also

Bjerknes Effect
Gravity
Law of Attraction
Law of Repulsion
Radiation



See Also

Conjugate Variables
Duality
Polarity
Source of Balance
Wheelwork of Nature
16.24 - Triune Vibratory States or Conditions



Examples of balanced dynamic forces are:


Triple Cardinal Directions, Vectors or Dimensions
Three Vectors
(click to enlarge)
Triple Cardinal Directions, Vectors or Dimensions
Three Planes
(click to enlarge)
Triple Cardinal Directions, Vectors or Dimensions
Three Spheres
(click to enlarge)

Figure 4.13 - Triplet Originations and Centralizations of Matter resultant from Three Relative Motions, Planes and Axis



See Also

4plusplus
Assimilation
Atom
Atomoles
Attraction
Center
Center Theory
Corpuscle
Father-Mother Principle
Figure 3.37 - Successive Centralizations or Quantum Leap
Figure 4.13 - Triplet Originations and Centralizations of Matter
Fulcrum
Gravity
Law of Assimilation
Light Units
Molecule
Neutral Center
No particles in nucleus - Russell
particle of matter
Reciprocating Proportionality
Rhythmic Balanced Interchange
Syntropy
Universal Energy Unit
Wave
Wave Field
12.00 - Reciprocating Proportionality
3.21 - Successive Centralizations
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