cathode dividing point

"To demonstrate this fact put a cobalt, or steel needle in the position given to the cobalt particle. You will see that both ends are different, and are not interchangeable, unless repolarized in reverse. You might better comprehend this if you lower two needles toward the center of the coil. You will find one reaching out for the north and the other reaching out for the south. Now try again with a steel or cobalt rod as long as the field. By placing it in the conical coil shown in Fig. 70, you will now see that not only are both ends different, but also the middle is different. Both ends are polarized gravity centers for high electric potential, and the middle gives no evidence of gravity, for the electric potential is zero in the middle. (In an unbalanced metal, like cobalt, the middle is a little off-center.) The reason for that is that the middle is the cathode dividing point, and the ends are anodes, which unite as one. In other words, the reason both ends are different is because one end is red - or male end - and the other is blue - or female end. Cobalt is preponderantly blue, or female. The red end of the spectrum is weak in it. Under such conditions of unbalance the polarization process could not possibly eject equal potentials." [Atomic Suicide, page 275-276]

See Also

apex point of collision
associative point
beginning point
beginning points
black cathode hole
cathode beginning of matter
cathode birthplace
cathode mother womb of space
cathode ray
cathode Source
cathode zero
centering cathode
centering point
central point
collision point
dimensionless pinpoint of space
dividing and multiplying pressure
dividing cathode
eternal cathode Selves
Figure 12.04 - Locked Potential Points Relations and Descriptions
Figure 14.07 - Love Principle: Two sympathetic waves expanding from two points have one coincident centering locus
Figure 2.5 - Non-Point of Proto-Beginning
Figure 2.6 - Non-Point nothingness becoming All that Is
focal point
freezing point
high pressure hot points of gravitative centres
high pressure point of dense mass
melting point
multiplying and dividing two-way principle
pair of gravity points
pair of points
pairs of gravity points
pinpoint of space
point of north
point of rest
point of south
point of stillness
Smoke Point
still point
still point of gravity
stillness of cathodes
two controlling points of stillness
two dividing poles
two points of stillness
two-way extension of a point in space
ultramicroscopic point
white invisible still point
zero cathode
zero centers of the cathodes
zero in the cathode
Zero Point
Zero point energy
zero points of stillness
3.16 - Neutral Centers as Points of Action

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