The universal machine is a gyroscopic top.
When it is in little motion, its form is a cone, like a top gyrating unsteadily on an eccentric axis.
The generative attractive principle is the principle of contracting cones.
All mass is generated and regenerated by a contractive pressure exerted in the direction of its gravitative center. Its minimum of generative pressure is exerted from its equatorial plane and its maximum pressure from its pole.
The radiative repellent principle is the principle of expanding cones.All mass is radiated and diffused by an expansive pressure exerted in the direction of its surface. Its minimum of radiative pressure is exerted from its pole and its maximum from its equatorial plane." Russell, The Universal One, Book 2, Chapter 7
||The NEUTRAL CENTER is the infinite point in Space where these three modes meet.
Vortex pattern shows: Entropic, Syntropic and NEUTRAL modes.
Syntropic CENTERS are dynamic Etheric vacuous centers.
Entropic PERIPHERY is radiating violent motion.
The Entropic and Syntropic phases balance each other out (void). When predominance be given to the Syntropic the vortex will become tighter and more powerful. If predominance be given to the Entropic the vortex will increase in diameter and dissipate energy.
Figure 5.4 - Vortex and Gyroscopic Motion on One Plane (left) then on three, forming Sphere.
Figure 13.05a - Complex Vortex Rotational Dynamics
Figure 2.13 - Swirling Vortex around Neutral Centering Shaft
Figure 3.18 - All Motion is Vortex Motion
Figure 3.21 - Vortex or Gyroscopic Motions as Conflicts or Antagonisms between Light and Dark
Figure 3.22 - Vortex or Gyroscopic Motions as Conflicts or Antagonisms between Light and Dark Zones
Figure 3.23 - Vortex or Gyroscopic Motions as Conflicts or Antagonisms between Light and Dark Zones
Figure 4.5 - Compound Gyroscopic or Vortex Motions
Figure 5.13 - Babbitt Atom constructed of Compound Vortexial Motions
Figure 5.3 - Vortex or Gyroscopic Motion is Natural and occurs ubiquitously
Figure 5.4 - Vortex and Gyroscopic Motion on One Plane then on three forming Sphere
Figure 5.5 - Double Interpenetrating Vortex
Figure 6.1 - Orthogonal Vortex Motion as Structural base of Cubes
Figure 7.1 - Step 1 - Wave Vortex Crests at Maximum Polarization
Figure 7.2 - Step 2 - Vortex Formation about a Single Axis
Figure 7B.12 - Sympathetic Affinity Attraction forming Vortex
3.03 - Vortexial Motion
3.10 - Vortex Motions result in Appearance of Form
3.14 - Vortex Theory of Atomic Motions
3.23 - Hydrodynamic Equations - Vortex Motions
4.5 - Triple Rotary or Vortex Motions
5.1 - Vortex Formation
5.2 - Vortex Motions in Resonators
5.3 - Vortex Motion in Ether and Atoms
5.6 - Vortex Forming Spheres