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bar magnet

A magnet in the shape of a bar.

A magnet is a material or object that produces a magnetic field. This magnetic field is invisible but is responsible for the most notable property of a magnet: a force that pulls on other ferromagnetic materials, such as iron, and attracts or repels other magnets. Wikipedia, Bar Magnet

Bar Magnet Polarizations


Russell
"The familiar bar magnet, created by the electric current, will serve as a clarifying example of balance in the elements, which are all created in pairs, but are as often united as unbalanced pairs as balanced ones." [Atomic Suicide, page 276]

"We see the positive pole of a compass needle pointing toward the negative pole of a magnet and the negative pole of the magnet pointing toward the positive pole. This evidence is one of the bases of our conclusion. That is what our eyes see. What actually is happening is that they are voiding each other's unbalanced condition to seek balance through each other.
Opposite poles get as far away from each other as they can, until their opposition is voided by balance in their fulcrum and they cease to be.
When the positive pole of a magnet is brought into contact with the negative pole of another magnet, that effect which we think of as attraction is one of voidance. It is a cessation of opposition or power to manifest anything. Polarity utterly ceases at that point and each opposite extends to each opposite end, each getting away from the other and through the other, spirally, as far as it can.
If opposite poles attracted each other, they would be together in the middle of a magnet instead of at its ends." [Walter Russell, The Secret of Light, page 160-161]

Russell
Opposite poles of a bar magnet thrust away from each other as far as they can go. That is the very purpose of the electric current which divides the universal equilibrium. If opposite poles attracted each other they would have to be together in the middle, instead of "pushing" away from each other to the very ends. [A New Concept of the Universe, page 18]

Two bar magnets becoming one magnet
Figure 16.08 - Two bar magnets becoming one magnet

When two bar magnets are joined end to end the Neutral Line will move to the center of the new composite bar magnet. The poles will migrate to the ends. Demonstrating magnetism is NOT part of iron but of the Magnetic Flow passing through the iron.

"Naturally the desire for equilibrium through attempted depolarization will shorten the electric line of opposition in the direction of its length and thus draw south and north together bent on mutual destruction just as chemical affinities depolarize each other by contact. One becomes an extension of the other just as a piece of polarized steel added to another one depolarizes both at the point of contact and extends their signs to opposite ends of the bar. If one polarized pith ball comes into contact with another, this is what happens." [Genero-Radiative Concept]

Bar Magnet Voids then Reconstructs Polarity
Bar Magnet Voids then Reconstructs Polarity

Thus demonstrating magnetism is an energy flow or stream and not an inherent parameter of particles.

Bar Magnet

Two bar magnets becoming one magnet
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Bar Magnet

Two bar magnets becoming one magnet
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"The continuous flow of the magnet is merely a diversion of that portion of the terrestrial envelope. The third current of the triune stream. The velocity of the vibration governing the flow of the magnetic stream, comes under the head of the first interatomic, and ranges from 300,000 to 780,000 vibrations per second; the first order above odor permeating the molecules. The course of this sympathetic flow is governed by the full harmonic chord; and, consequently, moves in straight line; thus transmitting its sympathy free of molecular interferences." [Keely and His Discoveries]

See Also


Part 10 - What Sympathy Is
Part 14 - Keelys Mysterious Thirds Sixths and Ninths
2.22 - Voiding - an Effect of Desire and Will Force
Figure 3.24 - Non-synchronized Voiding at Plane of Inertia is Regenerative
3.7 - Non-synchronized Voiding at Plane of Inertia


See Also


Cathode
Electropermanent magnet
Figure 16.08 - Two bar magnets becoming one magnet
Figure 17.03 - Analysis of the Octave Gravity Bar
Figure 17.04 - Gravity Pressure Recorder - Bar Magnet
Figure 7B.16 - Bar Magnets shown separate then joined as one
Figure 7B.17 - Multiplying Force to Poles of a Bar Magnet
Figure 7B.18 - Four Poles of a Bar Magnet
Magnet

Created by Dale Pond. Last Modification: Tuesday November 30, 2021 05:04:41 MST by Dale Pond.