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Part 03 - Polarity Creates Rotating Vortex



3.0 - Introduction
3.01 - Law of Matter and Force
3.02 - The Dispersion Mind Field
3.03 - Vortexial Motion
3.04 - Power Accumulation via Fibonacci-like Patterns
3.05 - Two Principles
3.5.5 - Moving Into and Out of
3.6 - Differential Densities Begin to Form
3.7 - Non-synchronized Voiding at Plane of Inertia
3.8 - There are no Waves
3.9 - Nodes Travel Faster Than Waves or Light
3.10 - Vortex Motions result in Appearance of Form
3.11 - Introductory Impulse
3.12 - Reciprocating Duality
3.13 - Reciprocals and Proportions of Motions and Substance
3.14 - Vortex Theory of Atomic Motions
3.15 - Modern References to Polar States
3.16 - Neutral Centers as Points of Action
3.17 - Magnetic Electric Poles
3.18 - Dispersed Etheric Substance
3.19 - Coagulated Etheric Substance
3.20 - Poles within Poles
3.21 - Successive Centralizations
3.22 - Quantum Leap Delta equivalent to Locked Potentials Delta
3.23 - Hydrodynamic Equations - Vortex Motions
3.24 - Footnotes

See Also

3.03 - Vortexial Motion
3.10 - Vortex Motions result in Appearance of Form
3.14 - Vortex Theory of Atomic Motions
3.23 - Hydrodynamic Equations - Vortex Motions
4.5 - Triple Rotary or Vortex Motions
5.1 - Vortex Formation
5.2 - Vortex Motions in Resonators
5.3 - Vortex Motion in Ether and Atoms
5.6 - Vortex Forming Spheres
Double Vortex
Figure 2.13 - Swirling Vortex around Neutral Centering Shaft
Figure 3.18 - All Motion is Vortex Motion
Figure 3.21 - Vortex or Gyroscopic Motions as Conflicts or Antagonisms between Light and Dark
Figure 3.22 - Vortex or Gyroscopic Motions as Conflicts or Antagonisms between Light and Dark Zones
Figure 3.23 - Vortex or Gyroscopic Motions as Conflicts or Antagonisms between Light and Dark Zones
Figures 3.31 - Vortex Orthogonal and self-contained Motions - Structure
Figures 3.32 - Vortex orthogonal and self-contained motions - cross-section
Figure 4.5 - Compound Gyroscopic or Vortex Motions
Figure 5.13 - Babbitt Atom constructed of Compound Vortexial Motions
Figure 5.3 - Vortex or Gyroscopic Motion is Natural and occurs ubiquitously
Figure 5.4 - Vortex and Gyroscopic Motion on One Plane then on three forming Sphere
Figure 5.5 - Double Interpenetrating Vortex
Figure 6.1 - Orthogonal Vortex Motion as Structural base of Cubes
Figure 7.1 - Step 1 - Wave Vortex Crests at Maximum Polarization
Figure 7.2 - Step 2 - Vortex Formation about a Single Axis
Figure 7B.12 - Sympathetic Affinity Attraction forming Vortex
Figure 13.05a - Complex Vortex Rotational Dynamics
One More Step Toward Building The Cube-Sphere Wave-Field
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