# current

Same as wave train, flow and stream.
Current can be stored in a Capacitor or battery.

noun: flow
noun: The flow of electricity, measured in amperes. Typical current flow direction in a DC circuit is from negative to positive pole.

SVP: Herein confined to a part of the triune streams, as "a current is part of every stream of water." etc.

"The electric current is the "first and second order" of the atomic vibration, a dual force, the flow of which is altogether too tenuous to displace any molecules. The highest conditions associated with electricity come under the fourth descending order of sympathetic condensation, in the atomic subdivision, which is altogether too remote to take any direct part in etheric disturbances." [Snell Manuscript]

Current Flow
James Clerk Maxwell's rule was as follows: Suppose a right-handed screw to be advancing in the direction of the current, and of necessity rotating, as it advances, as if it were piercing a solid. The North pole of a magnet will always tend to move round the wire conveying the current in the direction in which such a screw rotates, while the South pole will tend to move in the opposite direction.

We may thus suppose every wire conveying a current to be surrounded by lines of magnetic force which form closed curves around the wire, and the direction of the force is that in which a right-handed screw would rotate if advancing with the current. In the case of a straight wire of infinite length, these curves are of course circles. Since action and reaction are equal and opposite, it follows that whatever be the mechanical force exerted by a current upon a pole of a magnet, the latter will always exert an equal and opposite force upon the wire or other conductor conveying the current. Many experiments have been devised to show this. Maxwell used to illustrate it in a very simple way. Having attached a piece of insulated copper wire to a small round plate of copper, he placed the plate at the bottom of a small beaker. A disc of sheet zinc was then cut of such size as to fit loosely in the beaker, a small 'tail' of zinc being left attached to it; this was bent up and united to the copper wire above the top of the beaker, while the plate of zinc was suspended in a horizontal position an inch or two above the copper plate. The beaker was filled up with dilute sulphuric acid and placed on one pole of an electromagnet, some sawdust or powdered resin being placed in the liquid to show its movements. On exciting the magnet the liquid rotated in one direction, and on reversing the polarity of the magnet the direction of rotation was reversed. If the plates be suspended by a string, so that they can readily turn round in the beaker about a vertical axis, the action of the magnet on the current in the vertical wire will cause the plates to turn always in the direction opposite to that of the liquid. [from Maxwell bio, page 266]

Ohm's Law

Alternating Current
Apparatus For Producing Electric Currents of High Frequency and Potential - 568176
celestial current
Displacement Current
Dominant Current
Electromotive Force
Etheric Current
Figure 18.10 - Currents of Mind Force
Figure 7B.19 - Magnetic Lines of Force developed from Induction of Current Flow
Flow
Method of Obtaining Direct from Alternating Currents - 413353
Ohms Law
Resistance
Stream
Sympsionics
terrestrial current
Volt
12.03 - Russell scale divisions correspond to Keelys three-way division of currents
13.06 - Triple Currents of Electricity
13.11 - Triple Currents and Streams
14.04 - Thirds as Currents
15.10 - Dissociating Water with Alternating Current - Puharich
16.25 - Magnetic Attraction caused by Dominant Current of Electrical Stream
16.29 - Triple Currents of Electricity