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2.1 - Rings and Spheres

There is a polar condition peppered throughout the Keely material: celestial (Space) and terrestrial (Matter). Russell writes the celestial realm, free and open Space or Mind, centralizes and coalesces through the force of syntropy into rings or vortices then forming into spheres of seeming substance, the basic building-blocks of matter. These two poles are then non-material, energy or spirit and material, matter and substance. This premise is further explored in Part 3 where the first form to appear is a ring or vortex. How can the formation of matter from energy happen if a sphere has three primary dimensions (planes) but a ring (as he puts it) has only two primary dimensions on one plane? The answer (in this author's studied opinion) is relative to "cubes" or cubic structurings. A cube has three double planes (cathodes) where between these opposing planes the rings form - thus three sets of rings per cube - an almost perfect re-conception of Keely's three rotating envelopes which also rotate on three orthogonal planes and are in their structure rotating rings.

Attraction
Figure 2.1 - Mind, through syntropic electric polar potential, condenses into matter via Tonal Rings between Planes
Russell's Rings forming Spheres from Three Pairs of Reflecting Mirrors
Figure 2.1.5 - Russell's Rings forming Spheres from Three Pairs of Reflecting Mirrors

See Also


2.1 - Rings and Spheres Mirror Cube where an actual cube of mirrors has been constructed and demonstrated. atom rings atomic rings carbon rings Celestial compressing rings compressive electric force Concentric Rings electric cyclone electric effect electric motion electric process electric rings electric thought-rings of motion electric thought-rings electric universe of motion Electricity records Mind-thought in Rings of Light Envelope Figure 14.06 - Mind and Electric Thought Rings of Motion are Closely Connected Figure 15.06 - Thought Rings of Motion 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 20.13 - Two Rings - Outer and Inner four concentric light rings four motionless rings four pairs of projecting rings four rings of the inert gas four rings four sexless rings hole-centered rings Light Rings formed at 90 Degrees to Magnetic Center Line mate rings Mind Thought Rings of Motion Mind-centered rings octave pairs of rings pairs of spinning rings Part 22 - Solar Rings and Planetary Formation RESONATING RINGS rings of electric potential rings of motion rings within rings rings rotating envelope SolarRingsChart1 SolarRingsChart2 SolarRingsChart3 SolarRingsChart4 SolarRingsChart5 SolarRingsChart6 Spinning rings spiral rings Terrestrial two opposed electric forces united pairs of rings Vortex Ring

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