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plane

noun: a level of thought, development, or existence
noun: a flat surface
noun: a flat surface in which a straight line between any two points will lie completely on that surface
Also same as order, dimension, range, realm or subdivision.
See subdivision for detail on levels or divisions.

Keely
"The action of the magnetic flow is dual in its evolutions, both attractive and propulsive. The inclination of the plane on which the subtle stream moves, either to the right or to the left, has nothing to do with positive or negative condition. The difference in conditions of what is called, by electricians, positive and negative electricity, is the difference between receptive and propulsive vibrations. They can be right or left receptive, or right or left propulsive. The positive vibrations are the radiating; the negative vibrations are the ones that are attracted toward the neutral centre." [Vibratory Physics - The Connecting Link between Mind and Matter]

Russell
"The great error of this drawing is that pressure mirrors of Nature, such as radar, are not erected upon planes which follow the direction of polarity - or gravity shafts. On the contrary, they are erected in planes of 90 degrees to polarity, or gravity shafts." [Atomic Suicide, page 295]

"The master-tone of each octave is the inheritance of the original motion of the thinking process of Mind. These master-tones are the "inert gases" which are classified in the zero group of the Mendeleef table.

The state of motion of these inert gases is that of motion-in-inertia."

"Motion-in-inertia is that state of pressure equilibrium which lies between any two masses.

"The inertial line, or plane is that dividing line, or plane, toward which all masses discharge their potential.

"It is the line, or plane, of lowest potential of two opposing areas of potential, where opposing pressures neutralize. This is the plane of minimum pressure of two opposing areas.

"The master-tones which represent a state of motion-in-inertia and are the inert gases, bear the same relationship to the elements that white bears to the colors. They are a registration of them all. White is not included in the spectrum, it has no place there. The inert gases should not be included in the elements. They have no place there. Of this more shall be written later in its proper place." [Russell, The Universal One]

See Also

Figure 6.4 - Triple Interior Planes
Flat Plane
inertial plane
Orbital Plane
Part 04 - Rotation on Three Planes
Plane Dimensions
plane of concept
Plane of Inertia
4.3 - Three Planes and Six Directions
12.41 - Plane
plane of zero curvature
Triple Planes
Vertical Plane
XY Plane
ZX Plane
ZY Plane
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