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electric

Any body or substance capable of exhibiting electricity by means of friction or otherwise, and of resisting the passage of it from one body to another. Hence an electric is called a non-conductor, an electric per se. Such are amber, glass, rosin, wax, gum-lac, sulphur, &c. [Webster, 1828]

1. Pertaining to electricity; consisting of, containing, derived from, or produced by, electricity; as, electric power or virtue; an electric jar; electric effects; an electric spark.
2. A nonconductor of electricity, as amber, glass, resin, etc., employed to excite or accumulate electricity.
3. Capable of occasioning the phenomena of electricity; as, an electric or electrical machine or substance.
4. Electrifying; thrilling; magnetic. [Webster, 1944]

Russell used the term "electric" to denote a dynamic interchanging polar state, as in mate-pairs, having interchanging polarity, duality or state. In other words "vibration", "vibratory" or "oscillation" or "oscillatory".


"The eternal spiritual Man is the magnetic Light, which God, in Man's Knowing, is centre, in the seat of his Consciousness, which is located in the centre of his head between the right and left lobes of his brain. Man's sensing and thinking is an electric interchange in waves which concentrate and decentrate in varying intensity in obedience to the sensed demands of his body or of the spiritual desires of his Mind." [Walter and Lao Russell]

"Sense-thinking is purely electric. All sensations of the body are purely electric. One who senses electrically can acquire only what information of sensed EFFECTS that his senses reflect to him from objects of his observation." [Atomic Suicide, page 203]

"Also the statement that uncharged particles are ejected from one end is not true to Nature. There are no uncharged particles in Nature. Wherever there is matter there is motion. Motion is an electric effect, which charges all matter." [Atomic Suicide, page 274]

See Also

Dielectric
electric action
electric action-reaction
Electric Coil
electric commotion
Electric compression
electric current of motion
electric current
electric cyclone
electric division
electric double layers
electric effect
Electric energy
electric expansion
electric fluid
electric force
electric intensity
electric light
electric motion
electric pitch
electric polarity
electric potential
electric pressure
electric process
electric pulsation
electric record
electric recording
electric rings
electric sensing
electric strain
electric stream
electric tension
electric thinking
electric thought
electric thought-record
electric thought-rings of motion
electric thought-rings
electric tube
electric unit
electric universe of motion
electric universe
electric vibration
electric vortices
electric wave
Law of Assimilation
mate-pairs
Rhythmic Balanced Interchange
units of electric motion
Universal Heart Beat
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