noun: a strong restless desire ("Why this urge to travel?")
noun: an instinctive motive
verb: force or impel in an indicated direction ("I urged him to finish his studies")
verb: push for something
"Mother and father reverse their spectrum positions, however. The womb of the mother is on the inside and the father surrounds it by a ring, such as one sees in the Lyra Nebula. One can also see the birth of a new star in the very center of that great black cathode hole which the mother womb is. That is the way that God turns the anodes of His thinking inside out to rest, and outside in to again become anodes. God's process of creating bodies through sex interchange is based upon the sex urge of the divided color spectrum of light to void its color divisions and become the White Light of rest from which its tensions were extended." [Atomic Suicide, page 117]
Sherman, Texas, 28th August 1958, from Implosion Magazine, No. 123, pp 12-17.
When Robert Dormer's two representatives asked me to explain the essential nature of implosion, I told them that the correct choice of catalysts was one of the decisive preconditions for the success of a high-grade emulsion (the inner intermixture of bipolar basic elements). In this regard science defines a catalyst as a substance that alters the speed of a reaction by acceleration or deceleration. For the chemist catalysis signifies 'dissolution', whereas viewed bio-catalytically this is understood as the 'release' from inner urges and yearning. As this explanation is unscientific and therefore of little 'use', various examples will be examined in order to explain the concept of 'bio-catalysts', while not exactly scientifically, nevertheless naturalesquely. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, The Catalysts]