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zero universe of stillness

"When an electronic tube is evacuated it means that the electric

[p. 150]

commotion and tensions which were in it have been pumped out of it, leaving it in a zero state of rest. An electric current sent through it records within it the patterns of motion which caused the electric current. The vacuum condition insulates the new pattern of motion from any other patterns of motion, which would otherwise occupy the tube. That same pattern can be projected from that tube and repeat itself anywhere in the universe. That tube is a correct miniature zero universe of stillness which is creating a multiple universe of motion. If you will but study that effect you will gain much of Nature's processes. The more that science develops this principle of creating its own patterns by starting them from zero without interference from other pressures and patterns, and then multiplying them by gravity control within them, the more progress we will make in the practically new science of electronics." [Atomic Suicide, page 149-150]

See Also

cathode zero
centering zero
Chapter 6 - The True Nature of Electricity and Gravitation - V, page 149
disturbance of stillness
Figure 10.03 - Zero Planes of Depolar Inertia
hole of stillness
Magnetic cube of zero curvature
Magnetic stillness
Magnetic zero center
Magnetic zero
nine zeros
omnipresent universe
omnipresent zero
omnipresent zero
plane of zero curvature
point of stillness
primary shaft of gravity
principle of electronics
Rest
shaft of Magnetic stillness
Space
stillness of gravity
stillness of gravity
stillness
two kinds of electricity
two points of stillness
universal stillness
universal stillness
Void
zero cathode
Zero Centered
zero group
zero in the cathode
zero one
Zero point energy
Zero Point
zero rest
zero shaft
zero state of rest
zero state of rest
zero universe of Mind
zero universe
zero vacuum
zero
1.17 - Cultivating Stillness
12.09.01 - Minus Zero
12.09.02 - Plus Zero
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