7.0 - Introduction
7.0.5 - What is Matter and Energy?
7.1 - Matter is centralized motion
- Figure 7.1 - Step 1 - Wave/Vortex Crests at 4++ Polarization
- Figure 7.2 - Step 2 - Vortex Formation about a Single Axis
- Figure 7.3 - Step 3 - Sphere Forms Orthogonally
7.3 - Law of Love - Reciprocal Interchange of State on Multiple Subdivisions
7.4 - Preponderant Sequentially
7.5 - Successive Moments
7.6 - Reciprocal Disintegration and Creation
7.7 - Reciprocal States of Matter and Energy
7.8 - Matter and Spirit are Opposite Poles
- Figure 7.5 - Triune Composition of Dualities of Matter and Energy
- Figure 7.6 - These six diagrams above accompany the following text.
7.10 - First: Matter is capable of infinite subdivision.
7.11 - Second: In the aggregation of matter, force or energy is stored up or conserved.
7.12 - Third: In the dissociation of matter, force is liberated.
7.13 - Fourth: All matter is in a state of perpetual activity, whether the substance under consideration be inanimate or animated, visible or invisible.
7.14 - Fifth: There is no dividing of matter and force into two distinct terms, as they both are ONE. FORCE is liberated matter. MATTER is force in bondage.
7.15 - Sixth: All motion is synchronous; no sound or movement can be made but all that moves or sounds does so in harmony with something
7.16 - Seventh: All structures, whether crystalline or homogeneous, have for their unit structures minute bodies called molecules.
7.17 - Eight: These molecules have an envelope, rotating with inconceivable rapidity, formed of a high tenuous ether, whose place in the order of subdivision ranks third, the three divisions being, - first, molecular; second, atomic; third, atomolic.
7.18 - Ninth: This atomolic substance has a density approximately 986,000 times that of steel, enabling it to permeate steel as light penetrates glass; this rotating envelope of atomolic substance is in a liquid condition.
7.19 - Tenth: This molecular envelope, rotating with such great velocity, holds in its embrace the next subdivision of matter, the atomic.
7.20 - Eleventh: If it be possible let us conceive of an envelope with an equator, but destitute of poles, a number of these rotating over the sphere, this atomolic envelope possessing an almost infinite attractive force toward the center of the molecule, pressing in the intermolecular substance.
7.21 - Twelfth: Next in order of consideration is the second subdivision of matter - the atomic.
- Figure 7.13 - Keely's Chart showing how Molecules are made of three Atoms made of three Quanta made of three sub-quanta, etc.
7.23 - Fourteenth: The atomoles are made up of atomolini, singulara tomolinus; the subdivision of matter from this point is beyond mans power, as at this point it escapes all control of apparatus, passing through glass and hardened steel as a luminous flame without heat, which is hardly seen before it vanishes, - a perpetual flame coldly luminous.
7.24 - Fifteenth: Not in book, may have been a mis-numbering. editor
7.25 - Sixteenth: This again, from previous analysis, is made up according to the triple order, and may again be subject to subdivision, even into infinity."
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