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7B.03 - Dynaspheric Shells

The fastest of the three shells or vortical envelopes will be the inner most envelope which will be enclosed by the second whirling vortex and the slowest third vortex will enclose the first two. Imagine an orange with three peels each one covering a band or width of the equator sealing the area not covered by another enclosed band of the next inner layer/peel. The poles of each spinning equator will be open. In Figure 7B.03 - Dynaspheric Shells and Attractive Compressing Equators the black areas of each shell are the spinning compressing sealing areas of high equatorial motion. The colored areas are the open polar zones. The three concentric envelopes will effectively seal the entire surface area of the orange according to its velocity of rotation which translates directly into force of compression and density; i.e., contained or latent power. The end result is a highly compressed "solid" sphere of matter. These dynaspheric shells correspond to Russell's "caps" that seal and hold an atom together. See "Atomic Suicide?" for more details. The more harmonious the rates of equatorial spin motions of these interdependent parts the more spherical the entitity. As a dynamical sphere it will have six major vectors of attraction corresponding to normal vectors from/to its contracting equatorial syntropic bands. This hexagonal configuration would lead to a basic hexagonal valence configuration as seen in numerous chemical structures.

Dynaspheric Shells and Attractive Compressing Equators
Figure 7B.03 - Dynaspheric Shells and Attractive Compressing Equators
(from Dashed Against the Rock; color added)

Three Rotating Etheric Envelopes
Triplet Rotation
Triplet Rotation


See Also


AFFINITY OF ETHERIC CAPSULES
capsule
electron shells
Envelope
Etheric Capsule
Figure 19.03 - Hollow Shell 12 inches ID
Figure 20.03 - Hollow Shell 12 inches ID
Figure 7.3 - Step 3 - Sphere Forms Orthogonally Triple Compressing Shell Layers
Figure 7B.03 - Dynaspheric Shells and Attractive Compressing Equators
MEASURING THE VELOCITY OF THE ETHERIC CAPSULE
rotating envelope
ROTATION OF THE ETHERIC CAPSULE
terrestrial envelope
terrestrial magnetic envelope
7B.03 - Dynaspheric Shells

Typical Hexagonal Patterns of Attraction and Bonding seen in Chemistry
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Typical Hexagonal Patterns of Attraction and Bonding seen in Chemistry
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Figure 7B.04 - Typical Hexagonal Patterns of Attraction and Bonding seen in Chemistry


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AFFINITY OF ETHERIC CAPSULES
DISINTEGRATION OF ETHERIC CAPSULE
Dynasphere
Dynaspheric Force
Envelope
Etheric Capsule
Etheric Current
Etheric Elements
Figure 7.6 - Keelys Triune Morphology
Figure 7B.03 - Dynaspheric Shells and Attractive Compressing Equators
Matter
MEASURING THE VELOCITY OF THE ETHERIC CAPSULE
molecule
rotating envelope
ROTATION OF THE ETHERIC CAPSULE
7.17 - Eighth

Created by Dale Pond. Last Modification: Sunday July 22, 2018 06:14:08 MDT by Dale Pond.