# point of stillness

4. To make a more comprehensive test, and to also convince yourself that the needles are seeking stillness in the eye of the electric cyclone which you have created, instead of being attracted there by an inward pulling force, make a coil in the shape of two cones, base to base. If you now try your needles you will find that it is impossible to make them seek the center of any of its rings other than at its very extremities. If you try to have one seek your central ring it will forcibly resist it. If you hold two at that point, just a half inch apart, you will find that each one will seemingly repel the other. They are not doing this, however. They are each seeking a point of stillness which is maximum in gravity resistance to the electric potential, which has multiplied to its maximum power of compression at that point. Instead of being attracted there they are compressed there as they point out the direction of increasing density and electric potential. This is proof, also, that the effect upon the needles is an electric effect - not a Magnetic one." [Atomic Suicide, page 132-133]

"Each inert gas is constructed by four rings in one plane, centered by a hole which is the invisible Mind-Source of those four rings. At the very center of that hole is a point of stillness, within which is lodged all of the life, energy, knowledge, idea, and the other qualities which are a part of the God-Nature in non-dimensional qualities. Every point in all the universe is like that point, but we are concerned with but one of them now, for that is the point where the oak tree draws its power to express the oak tree idea in form - or which any other unit of Creation has chosen to draw its identity and power." [Atomic Suicide, page 236]

"If we go into the machine shop we will see a long shaft with many wheels upon it. They are all turning in the direction of motion yet they are not changing their positions. They perform as much work, or can do as much damage, as the plane or bullet, without changing their gravity position. Which is it, then, which demonstrates power? Is it the direction of motion around stillness, or is it the shifting point of stillness?" [Atomic Suicide, page 292]

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