center of the inert gas

"Now for the reversal. If you look again at A-A in Fig. 42, you will note that the center of the inert gas is the point marked zero in both cathodes. These two points now become the apices of cones instead of the center of cone bases. The shaft of gravity which runs through from zero to zero now begins to open up at the center of the sun (or earth - or cell of your body) and cause


[p. 166]

it to expand at its equator and flatten at its poles. Rings are then thrown off from the equator which are the bases of cones whose apices are the zero centers of the cathodes." [Atomic Suicide, page 164-166]

See Also

black cathode hole
cathode beginning of matter
cathode birthplace
cathode mother womb of space
cathode Source
cathode zero
centering cathode
dividing cathode
Inert Gas
Neutral Center
zero cathode
zero in the cathode

Created by Dale Pond. Last Modification: Wednesday December 28, 2016 03:47:53 MST by Dale Pond.