Negative Electricity

If positive electricity is contracting syntropically to a point of voidance? [spark] then we can assume negative electricity is it's opposite; i.e., dispersive radiant energy or propulsive or repulsion.

Nikola Tesla considers negative electricity as that of the earth ((ground)).

"Negative electricity is the radiative energy of thinking Mind registered in those same light units which are radially, or centrifugally, yielding to inflowing magnetic influence. They are expanding, registering their yielding and their expansion in cooling, and their electric orbital motion is toward an opening spiral in many planes, culminating in nebulosity?.

"Negative electricity is that state of motion in which magnetism dominates electricity.

"Negative electricity is that state of motion in which centrifugal force dominates centripetal force.

"Negative electricity is the minus half of electromagnetically discharging light units which are seeking lower pressure zones." Russell

"The action of the magnetic flow is dual in its evolution, both attractive and propulsive. The inclination? of the plane on which the subtle stream moves, either to the right or left, has nothing to do with positive or negative conditions. The difference in conditions of what is called, by electricians, positive and negative electricity, is the difference between receptive and propulsive vibrations. They can be right or left receptive, or right or left propulsive. The positive vibrations are the radiating, the negative vibrations are the ones that are attracted toward the neutral center. [Keely, ATTRACTION PROPULSION ETC]

"The action of the magnetic flow? is dual, being both attractive and propulsive. The inclination to the right or left of the plane in which this subtle flow moves has nothing to do with positive or negative conditions. The essential difference between what is called positive electricity and negative electricity, is simply a difference in vibration, which are either propulsive (positive or dominant) or receptive (negative or harmonic). The flow can be right or left receptive or right or left propulsive. The positive vibrations are the radiant? (having affinity for the celestial) while the negative vibrations are the concentrative or focalizing having affinity for neutral centers. [POLARIZATION AND DEPOLARIZATION]

"The HARMONIC is attractive electricity, with a wonderful sympathetic outreach and constitutes the so called or "negative electricity"." [ELECTRICITY - Snell]

See Also

13.06 - Triple Currents of Electricity
16.02 - Walter Russell describing what electricity is
16.04 - Nikola Tesla describing what electricity is
16.05 - John Worrell Keely describing what electricity is
16.05.05 - Electricity and Thought are Intimately Related
16.07 - Electricity is a Polar Exchange
16.09 - Positive Electricity is Compression
16.10 - Positive Electricity
16.15 - Negative Electricity is Expansion
16.16 - Negative Electricity - Russell
16.17 - Negative Electricity - Tesla
16.22 - Magnetic Flow is Negative Sympathetic Polar Stream
16.29 - Triple Currents of Electricity
7B.18 - Sympathetic Negative Attraction
7B.21 - Electricity
Figure 13.03a - Showing receptive concussion of Positive and Negative forces at the Neutral Center
Figure 13.08 - Triple Streams of Electricity
Figure 16.01 - Electricity Develops Mind and Matter
Figure 16.02 - Electricity Evolves Mass into Spheres
Figure 16.03 and Figure 16.04 - Electricity as Charged Life and Discharged Death
Figure 16.06 - Russells Genero-Radiative Coils - Electricity Expands and Contracts
Figure 16.07 - Magnetism is Radiant while Electricity is Concentrative or Assimilative
Figure 16.09 - Triple Streams of Electricity
Light Units
negative attraction
Negative Refraction
Part 16 - Electricity and Magnetism
polar negative attraction
Polar Negative Harness
Positive Electricity
Sympathetic Negative Attraction
Sympathetic Negative Interference
Sympathetic Negative Transmitter
Table 15.01 - Negative Radiating Focalizing Bar
Tesla - Electricity from Space
What Electricity Is - Bloomfield Moore

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