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Magnetic Light

"Each interchange between the invisible omnipresent universe where motion begins and ends, and the visible transient universe, which multiplies and divides the speed and power of motion, is a cycle. Pulsing cycles constitute the heart beat of this universe, which simulates Mind-Idea through pulsing cycles of two-way motion. Every pulsation of the life principle of multiplying motion creates divided electric male and female bodies, which seek rest in each other from the strains and tensions of their division into pairs of opposites."

"This shows how the heartbeat piston operates between the vacuity of the Creator’s Magnetic Light universe of Mind-energy and the potential of the electrically pressured universe to create cycles of two-way motion." Russell, Atomic Suicide?, Chapter 4 - The True Nature of This Mind and Motion Universe

"I instantly, and timelessly, knew the still magnetic Light which is the fulcrum of life and power, also I knew the heartbeat of the electric universe which manifests love, life and power in matter." Russell, Home Study Course, Unit One - Lesson 7.3

See Also

14.19 - Dominant is Light
14.20 - Dominant is Light of Mind or Thought or Idea
14.25 - Dominant is Light of Electrical Spark
14.26 - Dominant is Light of Mind
Etheric Elements
Figure 9.16 - Russells 1-4 Octaves of Matter as Integrated Light - The Universal Constant
Figure 9.17 - Russells Ten Octaves of Matter as Integrated Light - The Universal Constant
Figure 14.11 - Keelys Chart showing nested levels of aggregated light we call matter
Figure 16.05 - Electric Centering Shaft around which dances Magnetic Vectors
Figure 17.02 - Gravity divides multiplies and balances Light and Sound
Figure 2.19 - Matter formed from Dark and Light
Figure 2.4 - Undivided Light divides into all that is
Figure 14.04 - The Alchemical Light
Figure 14.05 - The Dominant is the Light of the Mind of Diety
Light
Light of Mind
Mind
Mind Force
The Secret of Light
Thought
Universal Heart Beat
White Light
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