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seed

noun: anything that provides inspiration for later work, idea
noun: a small hard part produced by a plant that can grow into a new plant of the same type

"Compressed motion heats bodies which endeavor to escape. Expanded cold freezes bodies to keep them from escaping. That is the principle of body-forming. That is the principle of growth from a seed to a tree. The seed generates heat from the moisture of the sun-warmed ground. The seed explodes in its endeavor to escape from its compression prison. The explosion creates heat which is cooled and that which unfolds is refolded. Cell by cell is thus added by the interchange of motion between red light and blue, and between heat and cold as the father interpenetrates the mother womb of Nature to generate bodies, and the bodies escape from their wombs to return to their source." [Atomic Suicide, page 94]

"That includes every creating thing, and its pattern, as being thought-recordings which act for awhile then refold into little electronic tubes, which we call seeds, for intervals of rest. When we turn the electric current on to those electronic tube seeds, we can see and hear the record all over again, whether it be ourselves, a tree or a solar system. Is not that a lesson in immortality?" [Atomic Suicide, page 151]

See Also

Becoming
dimensionless seed
electronic seed tube
electronic tube seed
Electronic Tube Seed
father seed of life
Fundamental
Germinate
Germination
Growth
Idea
Life
Law of Cycles
microscopic seed
recording seed
seed of the father
seed of the octave wave
Vacuum Tube
Zygote
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