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inertial plane

Also called "inertia line". Six planes of zero or neutral polarity (depolar) forming the cube-sphere. See 6.14.1 - Mirror Cube, 14.35 - Teslas 3 6 and 9

See Also

3.7 - Non-synchronized Voiding at Plane of Inertia
4.3 - Three Planes and Six Directions
12.41 - Plane
13.05 - Seven Levels Subdivisions Planes or Realms of Mind Matter and Energy
cube-sphere
Figure 2.1 - Mind condenses into matter via Tonal Rings between Planes
Figure 2.1.5 - Russells Rings forming Spheres from Three Pairs of Reflecting Mirrors
Figure 3.24 - Non-synchronized Voiding at Plane of Inertia is Regenerative
Figure 3.7 - Accumulating to Center on Three Planes
Figure 4.11 - Six Planes and Three Shafts Coincide to Produce Spheres
Figure 4.6 - Triple Vectors in Motion on Triple Planes
Figure 4.7 - Triple Planes and Polar Vectors of Motion
Figure 5.4 - Vortex and Gyroscopic Motion on One Plane then on three forming Sphere
Figure 5.7 - Vortices on Three Planes 90 Degrees to Each Other
Figure 6.2 - Opposing Repellant Dispersive Radiations Neutralizing at Interface Plane of Inertia
Figure 6.4 - Triple Interior Planes
Figure 6.5 - Triple Planes - May Underlay some Sacred Geometry or Religious Concepts
Figure 7B.15 - Triple Planes relative to Center
Figure 10.03 - Zero Planes of Depolar Inertia
Figure 10.05 - Three Orthogonal Planes where Six Gyroscopic Vortices Converge
Figure 12.07 - Plane of Inertia showing Focalizing Action
Figure 12.08 - Plane of Inertia shown as an Optical or Focalizing Function
Inert Gas
Inertia
Master Tone
Mirrors and Lens of Cosmic Cinema
Part 04 - Rotation on Three Planes
Part 05 - Three Rotating Planes Become Spheres
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Plane of Inertia


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