nucleal center

Term used by Russell to denote the point in a wave of maximum opposition, 4++. Taken to be the same as Keely's Neutral Center and center of focalization.

"Centripetal, closing spirals pack accumulating mass more closely together into vortices which are ever whirling toward the apices of ever shortening cones.

"The whirling vortices of closing spirals of opposing cones become nucleal centers of maximum integration and maximum resistance to integration."

"They [nucleal centers] are the gravitative centers of forming systems.

"They [nucleal centers] are the focusing points toward which all charging light units of increasing potential, and integrating mass "fall," and become absorbed as heat units of potential energy; and away from which all discharging light units of lowering potential and disintegrating mass rise and are radiated as heat emanations." [Russell, The Universal One, page 132]

All masses revolve from the west toward the east around the nucleal centers of their systems throughout the entire cycle of their waves. [Russell, The Universal One, Universal Direction - page 149]

See Also

Center of Focalization
Center of Gravity
Center of Sympathetic Attraction
Center of Sympathetic Coincidence
Figure 15.04 - Gravity Generates Matter about Neutral Centers
gravity center of control
gravity center
gravity centered circles
Neutral Center Dynamics
neutral center indicator
Neutral Center is Source of Continuous Motion
Neutral Center
neutral terrestrial center
one center of gravity
pair of gravity points
pairs of gravity points
polarized gravity centers
Prime Neutral Center
Prime Neutral Center
still point of gravity
Supreme Neutral Center
3.16 - Neutral Centers as Points of Action

Created by Dale Pond. Last Modification: Wednesday August 1, 2018 03:17:07 MDT by Dale Pond.