verb: to develop from a seed and begin to grow into a plant, or to make a seed develop in this way
verb: cause to grow or sprout ("The plentiful rain germinated my plants")
verb: work out
verb: produce buds, branches, or germinate

When the Earth approaches the Sun in winter the intensity of light increases, because in this case the resisting power of the Earth's almost hermetically sealed pores (nozzles) becomes greater. If this natural reciprocity is copied naturalesquely, then the production of power, light, heat and cold will be virtually free. On the other hand, germinating- and growth-energies will continuously and progressively rise to about an average of 30% per annum, which roughly corresponds to the normal increase in the human population. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, Bio-Technology: Active and Reactive Temperatures]

In order to throw more light on their origins, there are two types of seeds:

1. Those responsible for all physical forms of growth, which according to their degree of maturity fall down and upon returning into the earth, germinate and produce the increased and qualitatively ennobled forms of growth. These are the provenances of sweet-matter (carbones), or the
2. Seminal fruits, which having fulfilled their reproductive function, become dormant, die off and become the seminal substances, as it were, for the creation of quality-matter, which after decomposition are then transmuted through 'cycloid-space-curve-motion'. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, The Economy Founded on Reactively Produced Energy]

See Also

Figure 2.17 - Cosmic Germination
germinating zone
spiritual germinating force

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