To return to what is contained in good vintage wine, the process is reversed from the outset, for in this case once again activated forces move us reactively, i.e. dislodge us from a state of stable equilibrium. As future bio-technologists, it is with these latter forces that we wish to maintain this instability. For in so [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, New Forms of Motion and Energy]
Implosion is a biochemical reaction and takes place equally rapidly, during which a strong increase in low pressure occurs, whose active force increases by the square of the rate of the decline in heat. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, Explosion and Implosion - Expansion and Impansion]
No present-day scientist can explain or understand the quintessential nature of 'motion'. From a naturalesque standpoint, this should be viewed as a rhythmical metabolic interplay between the components of refreshing (cooling) suction and fatiguing (paralysing) pressure; in other words, two constituent forces which as reactive opposites, alternately (rhythmically) act mechanically (materially) and temperature-relatedly (physically). Therefore, depending on the predominance of either the suction or the pressure component (whether the active force is material or physical is unimportant), the metaphysical formative force, or the most elemental destructive force on this planet, comes into being. As the end product of a natural or unnatural sequence of motion, it will be accelerated along either the longitudinal or the transverse axis. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, Magnetism is the Function of Levitism and Electricism is the Function of Gravitism]
WE know not for how many ages colours have been developing. "In the beginning, darkness was upon the face of the deep." The physical properties of light are probably the deepest and most interesting studies in physical science. I only touch upon light as the acting energy or life, causing, in its struggles with darkness, not only the varieties of colour around us, but the colour even of light itself, as colours arise from rays of light exercising different influences. [Harmonies of Tones and Colours, On Colours as Developed by the same Laws as Musical Harmonies1, page 18]
"The active principle from the wild cherry bark with the other ingredients is a stimulation to the lungs, throat and bronchials, and those organs above the diaphragm." Cayce (2790-1)
"The first ingredient, the wild cherry bark, is a direct activative force upon the pneumogastrics and the pulmonary system.
"The sarsaparilla works with the gastric juices of the stomach, and the eliminations in the peristaltic movement through the intestinal tract." Cayce (1012-1)
"Mind is an effort, or an active force that partakes of spiritual as well as material import. Mind is an essence or a flow between spirit and that which is made manifest materially." [Cayce (262-123)]
"The yellow dock root is an emit and blood purifier, an active principle with the secretions of the liver." Cayce (643-1)
"The prickly ash bark acts directly with the activative forces in the liver itself, in the gall duct, and as a stimulant to the pancreas and spleen's activity." Cayce (1012-1)
"Spirit is the First Cause. Mind is an effect, or an active force that partakes of spiritual as well as material import. Mind is an essence or a flow between Spirit and that which is made manifest materially.
"God, the First Cause, in spirit, created in spirit the separate influences or forces that are a portion of, and manifested in the spirit of God. In that essence, to become materially manifested through the evolution of the spirit of God, sin first began.
"The first concept as may be had of that in materiality is that it is an essence, without form, save as it begins to manifest, - as would be gas, odor, wind, smoke, - yet that it has with it the will, the mind, the power to make manifest by that with which, in which, it manifests, - as does also odor, gas, wind and the like.
"Thus - as the activities came - we may assume that the First Cause was Spirit, Mind, Will." Cayce (262-123)