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of the mass in reference to its system, just as the tonal pressure wall of an entire system measures the potential and defines the potential position of that system in its wave.

The principal tonal pressure walls by means of which the potential position of a mass can be measured are the more or less expanded Cancer-Capricorn belts which define the limitations of its equatorial precessional orbits, and the polar magnetic bases limited by their charging poles, which define the polar precessional orbits.

By these two pressure walls any mass can be most accurately measured and many otherwise unanswerable questions can by this means be answered.

The position of the polar magnetic base of any mass can be calculated with precision with the knowledge of its equatorial inclination to its own orbit and its oblateness.

Both of these positions can be calculated in any mass by finding its true potential position in its system and applying the laws of universal ratios to that position in comparison with the standard units of any other known position.

The tonal pressure walls erected within the opposing cones are those various states of motion which we call the elements of matter.

Tonal pressure walls are erected in orderly mathematical relations and divide the energy of each wave into equal parts of the same constant.

Mid-tonal pressure walls are erected between tonal pressure walls, and their total dimensions equal the constant of a whole tone.

It will now be well to consider the process of overcoming inertia by force which gives us the various states of motion of the One substance.


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