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Origin of Matter

"The nature of matter is more subtle than that of light. Matter is also an Etheric phenomenon, but it is not a wave motion in the same sense.

In the vastness of space are located points of primary vibration (see NEUTRAL CENTER, NODE, etc.) which are capable of setting the ether into the third mode of vibration, namely that in which the spatial matrix undergoes motion in the fourth dimension. In effect, these primary points themselves vibrate in a direction transverse to the ether, and this transverse vibration is communicated to the Etheric substance to give rise to the transverse motion.

In the Flatland analogy, the primary points could be compared to contacts on a stretched film or sheet, in the direction perpendicular to its main extent. This would cause a series of expanding ripple waves progressing outwardly from each point, much like the waves travelling outwardly on a millpond surface from the point where a stone is dropped into the water.

The primary points in the real world thus give rise to traveling transverse wave patterns which cross each other and interact to form a number of stationary waves that include locations of low vibration called nodes, and locations of high vibration called anti-nodes. The standing wave pattern is similar to that experienced by a stretched string fixed at both ends and struck or plucked at an intermediate point.

When node locations of a number of such patterns are all coincident at a single location, the ether becomes very still at that location with respect to its transverse vibrational mode. If the ether becomes completely stationary for even a fraction of a second at that location, it immediately contracts or condenses into a denser and more solid state. It is this small bit of condensed or contracted ether which has been called the proton. See vortex.

Surrounding the condensed packet of ether are concentric rings of very high transverse vibration, and it is in these concentric rings that the various electrons take form. The error which scientists have made in regard to the electron is to assume that the electron is something, whereas in fact it is nothing, or even less than nothing. The explanation of this paradox is a simple one. At the concentric rings of high vibration surrounding the contracted proton, the ether is in such an agitated state that small openings or breaches in its texture spontaneously arise. Each "hole" in the ether becomes a spinning vortex through which the Etheric substance spins out into the fourth dimension. The ether which passes outwardly through the spinning hole arcs over through the fourth dimension and is drawn back into the Etheric matrix at the proton itself.

The constant flow of ether into the proton from the fourth dimension provides sufficient material for the proton to remain in its contracted or condensed state, because the impingement of light against the proton tends to promote the reexpansion of the proton back to the more rarefied condition which the rest of the ether maintains. This in effect causes a bleeding away of the substance of the proton into the surrounding ether which is compensated by the entry of spilled out ether from the fourth dimension.

We have said that the ether is an elastic medium. The arc of ether through the fourth dimension from the spinning electron vortex to the condensed proton attempts to contract with a force inversely proportional to the square of the length of the arc. This contraction tends to draw the electron and the proton together, and it is this force which men have called the electric? field. see syntropy

In the past the electric field has been thought to be a natural phenomenon within three-dimensional space, but its true source was not recognized. With the addition of the concept of fourth dimension the explanation of this effect-at-a-distance becomes clear.

What we have described so far is a simple atom of Hydrogen, made up of a single proton in the nucleus and a single electron at the distance of the first electron ring. Other elements are also created in the identical manner. The determining factor for the nature of the element created is the particular waveform of the transverse vibration in the midst of which the creation takes place.

There are five primary wave forms for the third mode or transverse vibration. These are responsible in various combinations for the creation of all the known elements, including those which are radioactive." from: The Nature of Reality, Hilarion; Canada, Toronto Books, 1979.

See Also

Ether
Etheric Matrix
Matter


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