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Cause

Source that leads to effects. Scalar See Introductory Impulse

Attraction

Cause and Its Effects




"The world is always the effect; the cause is how you think, where you are in your mind. As the cause changes, there is nothing else for the effect to do except to reflect the cause." A Dialogue on Awakening (external link)

"This may be a hard statement for many, but you will eventually come to know it is true: No fault, no hurt comes to self save that thou hast created in thine consciousness, in thine inner self, the cause. For only those that ye love may hurt you." Cayce (262-83)

"It is never by chance but as with all things in this material world, there are causes, there are effects. To be sure, at times there may be what might be called accidents. But these, too, in a causation world, have their cause and effect." Cayce (2927-1)

"Causes have an inherent momentum which they carry on down to their eventual end, and results consequently must follow; but an original cause is a distinct departure from one grade, classification, state, or condition to another. A cause is the complete transformation of one nature into the nucleus of another." Dr. H. S. Lewis, "The Symbolic Prophecy of the Great Pyramid", AMORC Press, San Jose, CA. See Principle of Regeneration, Law of Cycles

"One may interpret quantum mechanics as stating that any observable is an Effect, since it is assumed to have a virtual state cause. In the axioms of quantum mechanics, an operator is required for every observable. The causitive potential must be, and is, comprised entirely of virtual vector components." Bearden; "Analysis of Scalar/Electromagnetic Technology"

See Also

4.10 - Component Dynamics of Quantum Construction
8.6 - Wave Form Components
Aether
As a Man Thinketh
Desire
Effect
Figure 18.08 - One Still Mind of Cause before Differentiation
GAUSS AND THE PHYSICAL TENSOR (external link)
God
Heaviside Component
Heaviside energy flow component
Idea
Karma
Mind
Scalar
Scalar Potential
Table 11.05 - Comparison of Scale Structural Components and Relations
Thought
Void



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