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echo

In audio signal processing and acoustics, an echo (plural echoes) is a reflection of sound, arriving at the listener some time after the direct sound. Typical examples are the echo produced by the bottom of a well, by a building, or by the walls of an enclosed room and an empty room. A true echo is a single reflection of the sound source. The time delay is the extra distance divided by the speed of sound. Wikipedia, Echo

"The principle of projection is the same that man uses in projecting the concept of his idea into the moving form of the idea. It is the dual radar principle of Nature. Reduced to its ultimate simplicity, Nature is a series of echoes." [Atomic Suicide, page 253]

"A mirror placed parallel in plane with the direction of the shaft of gravity, would naturally, show a reverse direction of spinning. But radar, or echo mirrors of Nature are not placed that way. They are placed at angles of 90 degrees from gravity shaft. See Fig. 81." [Atomic Suicide, page 296]

"God's end of the cosmic
Bridge where motion begins
Its projection into space
To simulate mind-idea.

Matter begins by division of stillness in the inert gases and its projection by two-way motion into pairs of octave wave tones, which we call elements. The principle of projection is the same that man uses in projecting the concept of his idea into the moving form of the idea. It is the dual radar principle of Nature. Reduced to its ultimate simplicity, Nature is a series of echoes." [Atomic Suicide - Fig 62]

See Also

Absorption
Law of Cycles
Law of Force
Neutral Center
Principle of Regeneration
Radar
Radiation
Regeneration
Reincarnation
Repeat
Repetition
Velocity of Sound
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