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14.00.01 - Rhythmic Balanced interexchange between Attraction and Repulsion

Russell
"This principle of rhythmic balanced interchange between father-mother lights of gravitation and radiation is fundamental in all creating things." Russell, The Secret of Light, page 150

"I am Balance. In Me all My imaginings are balanced in their seeming unbalance. I add, but that which I add to one pulsation of My thinking I subtract from the other one. I divide, but as I divide I equally multiply." [Russell, The Message Of The Divine Iliad]

"There is a constant separating process in Nature which forever expresses the universal desire for change and multiplicity, and there is likewise a constant leveling process which forever expresses the universal desire for oneness." [Walter Russell, The Secret of Light, page 63]

Keely
MacVicar writes: "Every individualized object assimilates itself to itself in successive moments of its existence and all objects tend to assimilate one another." The Snell Manuscript

Ben Iverson
Thirds, as used by Keely, is a term that can and does apply to several scenarios and meanings. It is this author's belief Keely used them all and delighted in playing with his listeners by baffling them with his use of these kinds of terms which always kept them guessing as to just exactly what he meant and the context in which he spoke. In this section several of the uses of the term "thirds" will be explored and we will see that Keely did indeed use each and every one of them depending on the context of the topic being discussed. And then there is this math humor of Ben Iverson:

Ben's arithmetic


There are three tree's. Tree+tree+tree= 9

The trees get dirt on them after a while. Now there are tree, dirty trees, and Dirty tree + dirty tree + dirty tree is 99.

During the night a rabbit comes by and poops a little by each tree. Now we have dirty tree and a turd + dirty tree and a turd + dirty tree and a turd. Add them together = 100 even. (Ben Iverson)


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Law of Assimilation

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