# Universal Direction - page 156

The direction of expansion is south by the way of west. [See Universal Direction - page 155]

West is toward greatest rotation at the surface of any mass.

The maximum of west is where west meets south following the ecliptic plane of any mass. [See Dimensions of the Ecliptic for all Systems 103]

The minimum exertion of the easterly force of contraction must therefore be in the plane of the equator cf any mass, and its force directed toward the gravitative center of that mass.

In every mass the maximum exertion of the easterly force of contraction is within the charging areas of the generative cones of which the pole of rotation is the axis.

In every mass the maximum exertion of the westerly force of expansion is within the discharging areas of the radiative cones of which the equator is the base.

In every mass north meets east at the pole of rotation, the axis of the generative cones of energy, of which the north easterly electric stream and the south westerly magnetic lines of force are the opposing contours.

It may be well to recall the law of generation: "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."

South meets west at the axes of the radiative cones of energy of which the expansion of the equatorial plane of revolution into the isoclinal planes of magnetic force are the contours.

Thus may we repeat the law of radiation of mass: "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."

East contracts toward north and west expands toward south.

Contraction is centripetal and expansion is centrifugal.

The increase of centripetal force of any mass is in the direction of generation, and the increase of centrifugal force is in the direction of radiation.

Centripetal force accumulates and centrifugal force dissipates.

Mass is accumulated in the direction of its generation, and dissipated in the direction of its radiation.

Centripetal force decelerates rotation and accelerates revolution.

Centrifugal force accelerates rotation and decelerates revolution.

The deceleration of rotation is in the direction of generation and deceleration of revolution is in the direction of radiation.

All vortices turn from west to east and their apices point to north.

If the above laws are well founded, the directions of east and north must be related to the attraction of gravitation.

Also, the directions of west and south must be related to the repulsion of radiation.

Also, if deceleration of rotation increases in the centripetal, easterly direction of contraction, decelerated rotation must, in some manner, be related to the attraction of gravitation.

Conversely, if acceleration of rotation increases in the centrifugal, westerly direction of expansion, accelerated rotation must, in some manner, be related to the repulsion of radiation.

Also, if acceleration of revolution increases in the centripetal, easterly direction of contraction, accelerated revolution must, in some manner, be related to the attraction of gravitation.

Conversely, if revolution decreases in the centrifugal, westerly direction of expansion, decelerated revolution must, in some manner, be related to the repulsion of radiation.

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