CHAPTER 61                                INDEX TO OTHER PAGES


  1. Before we go down a road to discovery I ought to speak a few words on what discovery is, in the meaning of the term - if the same may apply unto us, to behold it in wisdom.  

  2. King Solomon said: "It is the glory of God to conceal things, but the glory of kings to search things out."   So thus as a king if I search out the things which God has concealed, shall it be to my glory to have found them out?  This is indeed something that the children born of men glory themselves in.  

  3. I however am not born of man, nor is my glory of man, it being an abomination to me to glory in anything that is not mine to glory in.  I was not born a thief, nor will I be found a thief.

  4. Still, I will receive the glory of all men, but for the glory which my Father the Almighty Lord bestowed on me.  And it is in that context in which Solomon spoke. 

  5. If then much of my speech seems a riddle, it may be in what Solomon spoke further saying; "As the heavens for height, and the earth for depth, so the mind of kings is un-searchable."  For I can hardly deny my royal anointing.

  6. Why is it that I should attempt to go beyond mere principles to discover the reality of how coordinates are structured or formed, especially those of magnetic, and of the gravitational inclination, so I may present a full picture in the nature of gravitational force?  

  7. Even before attempting it I know that unless it is given me of the Lord my Father, there is no way for me to find out or discover anything. 

  8. Should I therefore request it of Him with the assurance that it will be given me? I did so in discovering the certain aspects in the way of gravity towards the foundations of the earth, which He did not withhold from me as I knew He would, since He is my Father and my trust is in Him.  

  9. But such requests in the faith thereof is not necessarily for all things that I may request, or like to request of Him certain things to remain concealed, not to be displayed before the eyes of flesh.

  10. And yes He did reveal many things to me that are not for the eyes of flesh, like as He said; "Keep My secret you that are kept by it." And while other things were revealed to me by which I am not kept, some of these I elected not to reveal for the wisdom that He imparted within me.  

  11. I am however a man, and my thirst for knowledge being un-quenchable, I may be asking for something that is not meet for me, or for any creature made of the dust of the earth.  This therefore is one of those - to know and understand how all coordinates come about and function.  

  12. For should these be given me, it might reveal a host of others, such as to know and understand the coordinates to that faculty of smell, to smell the difference between many chemicals singularly or in compounds.  

  13. For these as I know come forth and function by movements which we interpret for the smell of things, similarly as we behold the world in all its colors by mere movements in wavelengths.  Moreover, it might reveal so much more to the nature and function of the atom, which to date I have only interpreted by principles of. 

  14. This therefore may be more than what is meet for me, to request too much, or not to be requested. I then in my human nature did make mention of it before Him, seeing how nothing is ever concealed from Him.  But in my heart and mind I spoke unto Him after His will, and not my will, that if indeed He will grant me this - it will be in His pleasure.  

  15. Or how will I ever come to thank Him seeing how that which He has given me is already so far beyond the norm of man, and how far am I to be raised - to not even have the likes of a man anymore?

  16. How well then as my brother Solomon said;  "As the heavens for height, and the earth for depth, so the mind of kings is un-searchable." How then may it be for man to understand me, or that I should be teaching them so that these might gather that which is un-searchable? 

  17. While then my desire may remain, I am forever His and after His will, therein I will lay myself down.  For there is this weight resting on me, that for any facts I may state, these to be correct, otherwise I must confine myself to the principle of them, to such things as I know to be trustworthy, not allowing myself to enter into speculation, or when I do so - to state them as thus.

  18. Why does man seek for knowledge and wisdom anyway?  Does he not know, as Solomon so wisely spoke, how in much wisdom is much vexation, and that he who increases knowledge increases sorrow?  

  19. Are not all things done under the sun vanity, a striving after wind?  The dawn of life is vanity, and when we get older how do we leave off?  This however I do say that along with sorrow wisdom is a sheer delight, and life is in its hand.

  20. It is indeed marvelous to comprehend nature's coordinates, and while we know of a few, these are but like a grain of sand upon the shores literally filled with grains as yet unknown. 

  21. The scientists among man with all their lay-outs and definitions seem to know it all right down to the particulars, while its coordinates, the patterns, and wave formations, curiously, are always absent.  How well then does man know that which he claims to know?

  22. The atom in all its format is to them a piece of cake, you just have the electrons jump in and out of levels while shooting out photons - that is, if anyone even know what a photon is, since no reality in them has ever been presented.  

  23. It is so easy just to give everything a charge of something, and it will work without the onlookers - or even themselves - having any idea as to what they are concocting.  For all the many hours and the great sums of funds they have little to show for themselves.

  24. Everything always seems to be in waves, as were there no such thing as coordinates that are unlike wave formations. Which of them has ever come to define that faculty of "smell" for its nature of being?  

  25. Shall it too be in waves, so that in an instant it may be known to the far reaches of any nation?  Or if the contention is that the molecules travels slowly down to one's nose, how is that rotten egg, or that reddish perfume not seen in the air before it got to our nose?

  26. Or do we ever stop to consider that faculty of speech, how it is that by merely thinking a man instantly converts his thoughts into distinct vibrations upon his vocal cords?  Take a rest and watch a person speaking, how with such ease he causes just the right vibrations in tone and amplitude to come forth for each letter and therewith to form words.  

  27. Take for example the word "confess," how in pronouncing that word each letter is brought forth without any lapse in them. When in hearing a person raffle off words like a speeding train - how instantly our thoughts are converted into mechanical movements, all of which to perfection, like a master pianist having learned how to play well. 

  28. And we take all these things for granted, as were it a natural part of us, yet we know that it takes much effort to learn to play a piano, to cause sounds to come forth pleasing to the ear.  For our speech then there are more notes upon our vocal cords to with every distinction cause words and letters to be heard.

  29. And no less for our hearing to decipher every mechanical movement for its meaning, or for reading to know what is spoken.  What an absolute marvelous creation we are in all our faculties, and to have created a environment by which all these things become so real to us.  

  30. What a marvelous inconceivable wisdom our Creator has to form all these things and ourselves along with every other creature within it. When therefore wisdom increases so does one's appreciation of his Creator. 

  31. I now did say; "Nature is matter in motion by coordination." These few words however entail a realm of understanding by which most of man's work in fundamentals is bound to fall on the wayside.  It will do man well to duly consider these words and apply them to all that is fundamental, and greater than fundamental.

  32. A silly notion really to even think that electricity for its nature is in particles, rather than in movement, or in particles on the move, when these particles are so weak and useless as to provide no power of any kind.  And yet by it -- a man can be killed, and drive whole trains down a track? 

  33. If one looks upon nature, like the wheels of a car upon the road, how may these wheel provide linear movement if not by the reaction of the pavement on which they rest?   Is not this a law, that for every action there must be a reaction? 

  34. Yes, so man will say, but it does not apply to electricity???  When you have a thousand little children less than two years of age standing next to an 80 boxcar train waving their hands to cause the train to move, how may I ask will it move?  

  35. And even if they laid their hands upon it, pushing - will it move?  How then for electrons which do not even have their feet upon the ground (no reaction) as less than unborn infants will these move a train?

  36. Electrons, parts of nature as they are called, can only be of service within the confines of what man has come to call an atom.  Outside of it they are as useless as the saying goes; "tits on a boar," or the nipples on a man's chest. Decoration perhaps.

  37. And what more shall I say for the failure in man to come to rational conclusions?

  38. And while we are at it, allow me to clear up some possibly misconceptions in that angular magnetic movement we call electricity.  By illustration figure 61-1, the rotating magnetic potential has no real direction of travel  

  39. Even if I show it into one direction or both directions as illustrated, it has no real direction of linear movement, but this one movement only - to proceed angularly, to rotate in place at a pace that is called voltage.

  40. Only when it is tapped, or utilized, then a direction in the flow of motion becomes real, noted X and/or Y, a potential of 3M twisted into a continues pattern resembling the figures of eight. 

  41. Nor therefore does it even move to any of these directions, since electricity never moves at all in any linear direction, its ampere only appears to be a movement, the reality being a draw upon it.

  42. But it does extends itself, the format simply extends itself at the speed of light, that for its relative velocity is reduced according to the angular momentum.  Its movement is thus at all times enduring upon the 3M.


  1. It therefore is not in green cheese, nor in wavelengths that electricity will travel near to the speed of light, but like light for its nature being a part of the magnetic spectrum, so why should not these very lines, which in fact take away light at its velocity - themselves travel at that velocity? 

  2. Then notice how I did not label it a wave, but rather a coordinate, for a coordinate it is.  And for its velocity it is twofold just as it is for light.

  3. The speed of electricity thus is the magnetic velocity, the velocity of 3M, which is not anything requiring acceleration, it being at all times constant everywhere.  For example if we pinpoint an electrical current upon any place of a wire, it instantly without acceleration is taken away, or extended as the better term be.  

  4. It does not need to go from zero to 300.000 km/sec, the velocity being instant, that movement at that velocity always being everywhere, without acceleration.

  5. The fact that a circular magnetic field is associated with the electrical current in a wire is evidence that the current itself is magnetic and moves angularly.  

  6. The direction of circular movement then is the same at the north (+) end of the wire as at the south (-) end of a wire, only when the whole current is reversed will the circular magnetic movement around the wire also reverse. (something for man to correct in his textbooks).

  7. The direction of the angular momentum in any wire then depends on into what direction of rotation the generator is driven, just as it would with a rubber band being twisted in one way or into the other.

  8. Then to further clear up our understanding of the movement of electricity, there are two factors involved, as well two entities. 

  9. First of all the magnetic coordinate in its angular format, is dependent on the media, atomic as well as molecular, wherefore its rotation is at all times fixed upon that media. It's so called movement in the linear then is another factor by another entity, which I named 3M.

  10. When a specific coordinate - which is always in the angular, - is affixed upon nature it is taken away in the linear at the velocity by the 3M and relative thereto in and by its wave angle. This is not a material thing but a coordinate of movement upon movement, or by movement. 

  11. The speed at which this angular potential rotates is directly proportional to the speed at which the armature of the generator is turning multiplied by the number of conductors in passing. (Reference figure 61-1a)

  12. If the armature turns 3600 rpm, and there are 50 windings, the angular rotation of the current (for the example) will be 180,000 rpm.  If we check on the magnetic force that surrounds a wire for its speed of rotation, we will know at what rpm the electrical current is turning within the wire. 

  13. If then we think about this looking at those figures of eight end on end, and we for our frailty wonder how these patterns can move so fast down the line to the tune of 300,000 km/sec, we are not thinking correctly, we are comparing something of one magnitude with that of another magnitude.

  14. It is so natural for us to assume that in order for us to pass one mile in one minute, we must physically move our vehicle at 60 mph. But that is our magnitude, while the powers in nature reside within their own magnitude, with their movement concluded by the two factors.

  15. That at which you are looking, that pattern of figures of eight - never moves at all, not to the one way nor to the other, it remains in place doing nothing more than rotating in place.  

  16. Yet it's coordinate, the very pattern of it is taken down the line by the 3M, which at all times everywhere has its potential for speed at what is mostly called the speed of light. 


  1. If we visualize a moving belt at high speed and we drop a coin on it, the coin will be taken away at the speed of the belt, if however we place a roll of string stationary above the belt, and drop our coin upon it with the end of that string attached to it, the string with the coin will move at the speed of the belt, while our coil remained in place, doing nothing more than turning.

  2. So thus we are getting closer to a realization of the speed and nature of electricity, since the above example is in a way similar, with this difference that the coil is the very media upon and over which the 3M has its very being upon which it moves not moving nor relocating any part of that media. 

  3. Therefore the current can happily rotate in place while its coordinate is factually deposited upon all the rest of the media down the line, moving by the potential of the 3M which as we know is basically 300,000 km/sec.

  4. That therefore which moves so fast is not any material something but a coordinate of movement in a pattern of that affixes itself upon the media, and is held by the media. 

  5. For here again, the current itself as such does not move at all into the linear, but only its coordinate that as such we might say extends itself.  The last is of course not true, since it does not extend itself but rather it is extended by that second factor to the nature of its being.

  6. This now being true of electricity properly called - angular magnetic force, the same applies to all other so called waves of the electromagnetic spectrum, there being at all times "two factors" involved by which both relative and constant velocities are known and accounted.  

  7. As then electricity is factually noted for its angular moment, rather than length, the same is true for light.  We are so used to, or fond of expressing light by wavelengths rather than angular moments, and here too we are to accept a different tune.

  8. Then again we must not construe the simplicity in an illustration of a single set of figures of eight end on end as the full version, the conductors in the armature as it turns within the magnetic flux is twisting a great number of the lines of 3M, as depicted by illustration figure 61-1B.


  1. While then the lines of 3M are everywhere, it would not be of much use to merely turn an armature in air utilizing the field lines of the earth, like as thunderstorms do. Therefore we create a local field with strong lines to produce our desired effect.

  2. If then we will put on our thinking cap, notice how when we place a rotating magnetic current at (for the example) 120 rpm, and we connect it to some winding around an iron bar with these windings having no physical connection to another set of windings at the other end of the bar, and the number of these turns is twice as many as the first, we will come out with a new separate rotating current at 240 rotations per minute.

  3. Here the angular current at the one end is implementing a linear magnetic field upon the iron bar, which if we continually switch the direction or polarity of that current, it becomes as such an oscillating linear field, like unto a pump, or the drive shaft of a steam locomotive going back and forth causing the wheels to move circularly.

  4. That iron bar thus in conjunction with the reciprocating rotational magnetic induced upon it, is in all effect a generator, creating a whole new separate electrical current. 

  5. But now take a good look at it, and consider this, how the rotation of that new current turns twice as fast as the first, and that by nothing more than added turns around the bar.

  6. And so it is that - and this is very important to realize how; "turns of motion compliments turns of motion."  The electrical current is in effect a rotational entity, and while it may be raised or lowered by increasing or decrease in the speed at which the armature turns, it can equally well be done by adding or taking away "physical turns."  

  7. A straight wire between the plus and minus of any 120 volt current will not serve as a referee for the two opposing movements, but by placing physical turns within that otherwise straight wire, we are effectively placing the likes of a transmission in between them, placing turns - "for" movements - in between turns of movement.

  8. If this is not convincing evidence for the nature of electricity as I have outlined the same, I might just as well give up on man, that there is nothing to be gained with him, and one would do me a favor to remove me from mankind altogether. 


  1. In previous pages I spoke of magnetic coordinates, like its component, and I defined it, as well as speculated on some of them in their how to.  On some it was factual supported by evidence, on others in principle.  

  2. And what I wish to do here is to go over these things once more to illustrate what is and what is not, and in what way such coordinate show themselves throughout nature, from which we may gather a better look into reality be they factual or merely in principle of.

  3. The 3M component as illustrated here by figure 61-2, is what I envisioned so long ago, by which suitable materials are drawn to be magnetized. 

  4. It simply is too elementary, as men have depicted, for atoms in themselves to align into a single direction, and so to exhibit that grand overall design of the figure of eight. For what is there in the atom singularly that it may quell its substance or draw others unto themselves?

  5. As then the overall formation is by a figure of eight, so the local formations are drawn, since a figure of eight has the tendency to quell, to draw within itself, or compress as one might say. 

  6. And within certain substances, as well as by temperatures, it has this advantage; to promote "curvature." Curvature then is an essential factor by which the 3M may lock itself upon the substance which it inhibits.

  7. By the illustration the format upon the atoms comes to triangles which in pairs form that essential figure of eight. The curious movement then between these atoms under the spell of that figure of eight is for the centrally located atoms to be drawn or pushed together, as were it from X, and Y, to push inward, and equally so with the area noted D, to crimp. 

  8. The result in this is that the 3M lines at both ends are forced into a curvature noted A. (Note, with inward draw I do not mean physical movement of atoms as such but in their movements (coordinates) upon them)


  1. This may be compared to - without tying a knot - loop a rope around a pole so as to secure whatever is to be held by the rope. Or, to place dents, which is curvature into a line - in a manner so that it cannot slip through - but either be fastened, or take the substance with itself as it moves.  

  2. As then we look upon this scenario the 3M is always seen to proceed into essentially one direction of movement so familiar with all magnets.   As we should know movement of and by the atoms from angular into linear is always into all directions, yet we normally show it by two primary directions going opposite to one another.  

  3. How therefore may there be a return within this pattern of the figure of eight? As we observe it at points X, and Y in the illustration the direction of movement is towards its primary overall direction, the north end as it is called.

  4. These atoms in their several fundamental opposite directions need not move, nor realign for an overall movement of a single direction to exist upon them.  In their scheme they lend themselves to the local coordinate. The movement into directions opposite to the overall directive serve again other components as the whole operates three dimensionally

  5. It stands to reason therefore that the alignment of these component coordinates for their directions with any steel bar is like unto E, of figure 61-3, and not like D, as man to date has it. For the magnetic entity is a figure of eight centering upon whatever mass it may exhibit. 

  6. That magnetic entity then for its versatility is not only primarily going in at the south, (figure 61-3, S) and out at the north, (N) but at points 1 and 2 as well, the evidence of which may be seen with steel filings around a magnet, and by pictures of the flares upon the sun.


  1. Then again, we must not construe this simple two dimensional illustration here as were it flat on - that within a block of steel these configuration lay flat-on, but more constructively these proceed angularly as well. 

  2. We must remember that these figures of eight are coordinates that roll themselves upon all substance at will. These movements thus shown in their single entity are many and interact with one another as well. (evident from magnets to repel or interlock)

  3. The atoms themselves are indeed material while the format in movement that proceeds upon them is immaterial, these simply are their movements in coordinates to pass over and upon them, without ever moving a single atom from its location.  

  4. As then I said that it is the tendency of the 3M, the magnetic movement to "quell," it comes as a natural consequence to draw things together, like magnets unto one another, and like the flow of gravity always heading towards the center of the force.

  5. Moreover, and to clarify this, I have often said how rather than pulling or pushing, - magnetic motion "embraces" its substance, like in going around it, like a man embracing his beloved by which she can no longer escape from him, or slip out of.  

  6. This then seems quite logical noting in figure 61-2 how by X, and Y, the substance in their love scene, their movement in the format of the man of force - is literally embraced.

  7. If then we look at a grid of atoms and molecules how these are held together, and their spacing, the term for it is not magnetic, yet it is by movement in directions of. But to figure out all these many movements of the many directions three dimensionally is literally awesome. 

  8. When there are many - so called - rings in an atom there are many possibilities that it becomes mind-boggling how all these attractions and repulsions are accomplished by directions of movement.

  9. If compared to regular magnets where like directions bond to one another we may be tempted to say that these atoms and molecules do so magnetically. 

  10. But we should stay away from that term since magnetically specifies a very specific coordinate that is of a greater format than the fundamental ones, even though the law of repulsion and attraction is the same for both as it is for all movements of directions.

  11. When therefore we dig deeper into the fundamental level we will observe how that coordinate of magnetic displays itself virtually everywhere, and likewise of electric.  Yet not therefore should we visualize them as being their greater cousins but rather pre-figuring the format of their greater cousins.


  1. Then let us survey the scenario of attraction and repulsion by which magnets are drawn together.  By illustration figure 61-4, at A, there are two magnets with the overall movement which is out of the one on the right, is ingoing at the one on the left, for which reason these are facing each other north to south, their direction of movement being identical.

  2. How then, and by what do these two lines shown in arrows join to each other to become as were they a single line of movement? And, how or by what do they contract that distance between them, to as were it become one?  

  3. Shall we say that movement of like directions simply join as one? Correct we are, but that in itself does not for the whole define how these contract their distance, to attract to one another.


  1. To simply state that unlike charges attract while like charges repel is not only evading the question but quite in error as well, since north and south are not unlike each other as far the so called charges are concerned, a charge in essence being movement in and of direction. 

  2. We thus are not going to learn the fundamentals of nature unless we come to define that term of charge, and replace it with movement by direction.

  3. It is fine to show two lines of like direction next to each other, but in reality there is much more to it, since foremost there is never motion in just one direction, there being substance in between and at the lines which have angular motion as well.  

  4. And for a second, that which occurs with the lines between the two magnets is not something on their own, but bears upon the whole of their design, illustrated by the broken lines.

  5. There is that obvious embracing, the whole of the one embracing itself upon the whole of the other. How therefore can it lose, not to be drawn together by these factors? For the substance in reference to B, of figure 61-4, helps to accommodate the same by inter-phasing with them.  

  6. Two variations are shown, in the one by a single atom, in the second by multiple atoms after the type of coordinate to which these are most familiar.

  7. When therefore these do not embrace, (figure 60-4,C) all movements of the one to the other being in opposite they are bound to withdraw from one another, at a distance wherein the whole of their formations are no longer able to cause impairment upon one another. 

  8. For here too it is not merely in their patterns towards the atoms residing between the magnets, but in their whole fields opposing one another, by nothing other than movements in contrast of one another.

  9. At this point we must rehearse ourselves a bit on movement to movement, how two or more movements join with each other to become singular, or to become of force, and/or a coordinate independent yet relative to the fundamental ones by which they came forth.  

  10. Not that I can go into a full definition of this, but we know of movements that funneled upon the blades of a turbine cause it to move by which we travel like birds in the air.

  11. Granted now that these particular movements are of a collateral substance, which is to say the mixture of nitrogen and kerosene which by an agent called oxygen expanded them providing us with the thrust needed to fly. 

  12. The movements that we are speaking of however are on a more fundamental scope, and contrary to the former appear to be of an immaterial nature, how then are these to act upon the blades of a turbine?

  13. No, they cannot serve to activate a turbine, and yet they do activate the blades of a turbine.  Would you my reader conclude this true statement as a riddle?  It is no riddle, but we must correlate the fundamentals with their greater outcome.   

  14. The parts impinging upon the turbine blades are simply the molecules of those two chemicals named kerosene and nitrogen, along with some H2O in the form of steam that happen to be in the air.

  15. But by what did these molecules, which formerly were at rest and condensed, came to expand to such a degree to provide us with the thrust we needed? There must be internal movements within these molecules to push their parts further apart, just as they do within the cylinders of our automobiles.  

  16. And how curious indeed that a spark is needed in order to cause them to expand, for what is a spark, as nothing more than another movement - something - as we might say - of a much higher velocity creating a chain reaction one to the next, very much like unto detonating an atomic bomb, only not quite as fundamental.

  17. So we gather that there are levels in nature, to procure one and the same fashion at different levels, from slicing an atom, to slicing the gasoline in our automobiles, and lighting a fire to heat the air by which wind may be brought forth.  

  18. If then it is obvious to us that there are no jacks nor wooden two by fours by which the parts of the molecules within our cylinders are pushed and held to greater distances, what is left but fundamental movements, to say; "movement unto movement," or motion upon motion, push upon push.

  19. Then again take note of how, and by what - these expansions took place, was it not heat?  Indeed so, and to translate that term we could call it velocity, or better still, to call it greater motion, or faster movement.  

  20. Does all this sound new, or interesting to you my reader, or is just that you never stopped to think about these things? For to get to the sum of things -- all is movement.

  21. Movements indeed join and disjoin, immaterial as they may seem, for how shall the atoms be held together into molecules, and molecules to greater formations? 

  22. I indeed said that nature is matter in motion by coordination, and it is the coordination of these movements that makes it such a difficult and yet interesting subject, perplexing and yet simple.  

  23. In all this then I am leading up to what is next on the agenda, to grant us a fuller picture of gravitation in its how to.


  1. Previously in my pages on gravity I featured the atoms in their inertia as gyro's by the semblance of a spinning top, since in the ideal of "precession" we are most familiar with it by a spinning top, it being the only object large enough to behold for the particulars of those movements. 

  2. The atom itself being too small to be seen, and yet we must behold that very atom in its particulars for like movements in order to get an idea as to how and why gravity comes about.

  3. The difference between an atom and a spinning top is, that while a spinning top sits upon a base tracing out its precession to the top end, there is no such base with the atom, its vector is the very heart of it, the core, called nucleus.  

  4. When we move a spinning top in a linear fashion, the L/factor as we called it, the top begins to precess, because its bulk - in the inertia (angular movement) of it - wants to stay in place, while we moved its bottom out from under it.

  5. This then is altogether different with the atom as may be illustrated by figure 61-5.  At illustration 61-5, A, assuming the atom to lay flat on, looking at its side, and we place a linear force (L/force) upon it to move it by a straight line, in an attempt to bring a movement of precession upon it, we are defeated in this that there is no such axis as we had with our spinning top. 

  6. We may push on it at any speed in acceleration, but the L/force being upon the whole of the atom it simply maintains its integrity as it moves linearly.

  7. If on the other hand by B, or C, we position the atom like in looking from the top, or in some angle, all of our attempts to cause a precession upon them is futile, all because we are merely pushing it into a straight linear direction, pushing upon the whole of the atom.  

  8. If then on the next hand we held the atom at its bottom, while pushing the top over, yes then we will cause it to precess, But who can touch the atom, or come anywhere near to it?

  9. So how do we cause a precession - or something in the nature of precession - upon the atom so essential for the ultimate aim of gravity to be had?  

  10. We after all will want our feet upon the ground, and not float free.  There is this way then to accomplish our feat illustrated by 61-5, D, to cause a change in the direction of the mass as it moves straight on away from us.  

  11. The secret to the angular moment of all such parts of nature which we came to call their inertia is - that besides resisting to move, and resisting to stop once in motion, it also resist any change in its direction of movement.

  12. For all practical purposes then, once we tie a rope on the mass at D, and divert it towards a vector, forcing a constant change of direction upon it, we are imposing a torque upon its happy go lucky angular momentum that by all possible means is determined to pass straight on.

  13. And thus we are now beginning to digest how and why the galaxies as well as solar systems are circular?  That to all things there must be a vector, and that coupled with movement, as well as with "a change of.

  14. But now comes this curious effect how I at numerous times stated that unless there is a format of precession upon the inertia of all substance, the magnetic man has no relevance to it, it not being susceptible to any such mass at full balance.


  1. If then you will ask me "why" that must be so, I frankly do not have an answer to one's likens. From the very day that the Lord taught me these things, I have known that it must be, and deep within me it makes sense, but to provide a concrete answer for man to bank upon I do not have, or perhaps I do but difficult to put into words. 

  2. If for example I could draw three dimensionally I would be a better teacher, but everyone has his faults..  Or if my wording is not the best that it could be, forgive me, but I am trying to be as elementary as I can to relate all this to you my reader, so that at end it will become clear.  Perhaps I should utilize an example that in all respects is like unto it.  

  3. Take a man and his woman, that when married are one flesh, one being, one entity in the format of two.  But previously to that binding marriage, the man may look upon the woman, and how will he take her unto himself?

  4. If the woman shows no interest, she is like one that is fully balanced with no inclination towards the man. And the man as such cannot take her unto himself, nor even touch her, or lay any kind of claim upon her. There is as we sometimes say - no chemical attraction, as in no precession, no invert tendency to allow herself to be taken.  

  5. But when within her an inclination comes to exhibit itself to be caressed by the man, she then has, and is - showing - as we might say, a precession, an avenue of approach into her by the man.

  6. They may then be holding hands, and kissing, but she is not as yet his in the full embrace to be one flesh with him. 

  7. There is however this, the love and attraction upon which the man lays hold, but that in itself is not sufficient to forever keep her as his own, unless, and until the wedding rings unite them in not only a full embrace, but factually entering into her making her a very part of himself.

  8. And so it is when the man is courting, and the woman exhibits desire, the atoms are exhibiting a format of precession upon which the man, the 3M, takes a hold, kissing, but not being of such power to hold her indefinitely and entering into her.  

  9. For she - not as yet having taken the turn to his home, to his vector so to say, - she can simply walk away, while the man with all his love and caresses upon her is left standing alone, unable to factually retain her.

  10. So also it is with gravity in the inclination thereto by which ultimately all substance is held securely by the man of force.  

  11. As therefore we saw our first examples figure 61-5, at A, B, and C, in no way did they exhibit that love and desire, that essential precession towards the 3M that at all times surrounds all substance.  Our movement into the linear of them did not produce it. 

  12. We however know how to get her in the mood, simply by forcing her into a direction towards us, as illustrated by D.  But here again, how are we to force that object at D into a turn, when just like that woman she has no inclination, (precession) upon her by which the man may play upon her?

  13.   How am I doing so far?  For now comes something which in principle appears quite correct, but to convey the factual pattern, the coordinate that is, I am in a way speculating. 

  14. Let us proceed to the illustration figure 61-5, at E, and at F, to come to an appreciation of it. And while this is very elementary with only a few parts it should convey the idea, since for the multiples it becomes too complex to gain a first hand understanding.

  15. At E, there is the typical atom with more than just a single part encircling the core. Nor do these encircle the core at the same level, nor in the same angle, three of them being shown, one to pass horizontally while the other two pass by angles thereto.  

  16. These parts then as they encircle the core are all relative to one another, all vectored on the core, and as such stabilizing the whole of the atom in its particular format that as such produces a particular coordinate by which each individual atom is known, as a chemical.

  17. This I mention lest we forget that each element and/or compound element, has its own particular coordinate in a format by which a green leaf will show itself green unto us, and sodium produces that orange color of itself. 

  18. That atom at E and F therefore has a very unique coordinate by which it is known in a format of, but just what that pattern is lies for me in speculation.

  19. When looking at the illustration what may it be that we are beholding?  If we behold it from points 1, and 3, to points 4, and 2, it displays that typical figure of eight. Or in F, if we behold it from points 7 to 9, and points 7a, to 9a, there is again that figure of eight.  

  20. And we can behold a dual figure of eight in looking at 7 to 8, verses 7a, and 8a, with 8 to 9, verses 8a and 9a.  If then then you will say, yes Leonard you can draw it that way, but why should it function in that way? 

  21. And yes this needs further definition, wherefore I shall first state that which is essential for the 3M to have a relation with all substance in its fundamental movements.  To put it bluntly, it is a "relative change in positioning" that as such may not be classified as a precession, but it functions nonetheless as were it a precession.

  22. And to further enhance this by figure 61-6, at Q, let there be a line of the 3M, next to which there is a circular movement, (K) like unto an atom spinning at a constant rate, and constant in its position. Then at R, let there be an atom (K1) with changing values, changing its relative position or angle of movement.  

  23. When at Q, the atom K, having no changing value, the 3M is unable to enter into a relation with it, which is not so at K1, since by its changing modes of movement, it as we might say, impacts upon the 3M, entering into a relation with it.  

  24. That part then is not speculation, as we attempt to discover in what precise manner, these movement produce a coordinate on over it, that then becomes so unique for each different atom.  

  25. At any time when there is more than one ring within the atom, there is a changing value between these, inter-phasing, which as such - for any two there is always a number three of and by them.

  26. Backtracking to figure 61-5, at E and F where in our two dimensional plane we observed that typical pattern of the figure of eight, that is so dominant throughout nature, these are not truly the figures of eight as the magnetic forces display, having a definite center upon which they cross. 

  27. In this case, and as illustrated by figure 61-6, at Z, when looking at it from the top, it appears as an S, with the remainder of it tracing out a figure of eight passing under. When therefore we look at it from the side at Z1, it appears like an oval, there is no physical crossing.

  28. And yet it is a crossing, as in a changing of relative positioning. When therefore considered on a three dimensional scale, and considering how these factors of movement may cycle angularly, it as such functions much like unto a figure of eight, in this that from one end to the other there is a change in direction of overall, or relative movement.


  1. Thus we come to this how; comparable to the pattern of precession which we know so well, there is that relative changing of positioning to function equally as well. 

  2. And that which in all respects proceeds by a circle, may in the curvature of its form equally serve as were it functioning in eight.   Then again relative positioning, in re-positioning is and becomes fundamental to wave production.

  3. If I could draw three dimensionally, I could give us a better impression, for this we must at all times remember that all these coordinates operate three dimensionally.  I however am not very good at making drawings. 

  4. By our example with the man and his lady, the man had to find in her some means of approach. That factor thus is at all times factually found within her. 

  5. For if we consider the medium size atoms, there are many parts to promote relative positioning, and the larger the atom so much the greater that becomes. And for the light atoms, like the one of Hydrogen these may have to act in pairs in order to find their relation with the 3M.

  6. I then mentioned cycling as one factor by which relative positioning comes forth, that by illustration Figure 61-6, is demonstrated at V showing three simultaneous angular movements.  The first noted "angular 1," is the ever circular movements of the atomic parts. 

  7. The second noted "angular 2," is the whole as were it turning counter clockwise in the illustration. The third noted "angular 3," is to turn over like a barrel rolling. The figure of eight inside then denotes the typical relative format of all these by combination. 

  8. Here however together with the animations below, these are unlike the atom in its mode of operation, the rings do not continually cycle around, or how would they serve for a bonding to one another, if these rings continually cycled away from the area of their connection one to the other, since it is by like movements that parts keep to one another. 

  9. Cycling, in the term of it, with atoms, can be in more ways than in the material sense, as I showed previously in the overall coordinate.

  10. As then the animations depict the so called electrons as were they solid rings around the core, this for all that its worth seems more correct, considering the high velocity by which that takes place.  Who knows therefore if instead of individual parts (electrons) the nature of them may be more like rings.  I of course in this am again speculating.


  1. A typical format of precession then - that is different from a torque upon our spinning tops - lies in that relative relation of these angular's to their coordinate as illustrated by figure 61-6, W.  Here the format projects a separation in the format of that coordinate passing from C, to D, and visa versa. 

  2. It is in this relation that the 3M finds its attraction to his mate, a relation that is naturally built within her, for which no linear force, nor torque is required by which to enter into a relation with her.

  3. As per illustration, to clarify this some more, the 3M having its endowment upon all mass, finds itself, and yes how shall I say that, - motivated by her, or caressed by her, in that the format of the coordinate constantly presses upon it, which by the illustration at points X, would be up and down, wherefore as such the two are assuredly in contact with one another.

  4. This, in these many words, is what I so often noted as the "precession" upon the A/factor of all mass, the essential factor for all magnetic movement to bear upon the media for a relation with it.   

  5. That relation then is not as yet sufficient to draw that atom at V, down to earth, to his center of force and being.  Since, as we know, there must be a hand more powerful than a mere relation, which is found in a torque upon the inertia of the mass.

  6. And having detailed that part a number of times already in various ways, it is here to refresh our memory by figure 61-7, where at X the relation may be envisioned, while at Y, the mass is drawn into a change of direction that instantly results into a torque upon her inertia, keeping that mass into an orbital pattern to the vector of force.

  7. Then by illustration figure 61-7H, to in principle outline a possible in-depth scenario of gravitational inclinations, here is my view of it. Of the 21 atoms shown at A, in the two dimensional plane, consider how there are about 3 times as many atoms on a three dimensional level.

  8. And how from the top view there is a movement like unto an S, that for its three dimensional aspect in effect is a none crossing figure of eight, and that the movement within the square is twofold, two figures of eights inter-phasing with one another.

  9. A side view would appear like unto B, an 8 by an 8, which for all practical purposes in the greater atoms may come to an 8 by an 8 two times over as illustrated by C. This makes for a very secure or strong bond between atoms. 

  10. What then we are to understand of these "open" figures of eight (not the same as the eight of a magnet which by comparison is a closed eight), these are coordinates of movement over and upon the atoms set forth in unison by the individual movements of these many atoms.

  11. It then is by and of and in these coordinates that a gravitational inclination is effected.  That so called wheel therefore depicted at D, is not a single atom, but a phase of that coordinate we just spoke of.  

  12. As then the atoms in their whole are diverted from a linear path into a radius to a point of vector, these by that torque upon them come to aspire towards a precession. 

  13. Let us not however think that these will come to precess quite like a spinning top, since quite frankly they are locked within a grid, not as free to move as they would be in gasses, or liquids.  And this too has a point at which we should come back.


  1. While then the precession, or drive to precession may be very slight for each single atom, this factor is multiplied upon those coordinates of movements that proceed on over them.  Logically speaking if ten persons move forward by one inch each, the net outcome of the ten comes to ten inches of forward movement.  

  2. And so we may view that single phase of the overall coordinate illustrated at figure 61-7H, at D, as were it  the effect of a gyro.

  3. Wherefore when it is set into linear motion (noted linear) and comes to precess, or better said, comes to angle itself within the square, or rectangle, it comes to a primary movement into a direction noted "radius."  

  4. This of course can only occur when first of all there is a vector (noted as vector) and by it, it is drawn away from the linear.  

  5. The multiple arrows then below where it reads radius, is to illustrate how by each turn of the coordinate there is a downward force continually circling down like unto a boat propeller in water or the propeller of an airplane in the sky.

  6. And now why might it be that I drew a box around that coordinate?  This I did to illustrate how the many atoms contained within that box do not themselves like unto a propeller rotate downward, since their downward movement is effected upon them by the coordinate. 

  7. If thus we first visualize that coordinate turning perfectly even within that box, it will not be moved in any downward fashion. Nor is there any need for that whole box (the lot of these atoms) to precess, all that is really needed is a slightly out of central alignment to procure that which can also be summed up as a precession of it.

  8. This is similar to what takes place within the clouds when there is lightning and thunder.  The only way in which such high voltage may be generated to discharge themselves upon each other or the ground, is for rotational movements to come about, no different from what we generate with our mechanical generators. 

  9. While then there are extremely high potentials, (high degrees of rotational movements) within and upon those clouds, the clouds themselves do not rotate, just like the box in our illustration does not in itself rotate, but the overall movement, invisible to us does indeed rotate.

  10. Another example is by scuffing upon a carpet with our shoes creating rolling motions which is a potential opposition of and upon nature's fundamental movement that to us shows itself as electricity. 

  11. Conclusively since the whole box of these atoms is being drawn downwards by an rotating (angular) movement by and along a linear movement, (magnetic tentacles of the earth) so it is that we come to behold it as being driven down like a nut on a long threaded bolt.

  12. For that reason no matter how large or how small or what weight any mass may have it will be driven down at one and the same rate that is directly relevant to the factor by which it is driven. 

  13. That factor then being the degree of torque, which at sea level is near 32 ft/sec/sec decreasing as altitude increases, and coming to a zero velocity when that factor of gravity at long last comes to read into the minus.

  14. Then if we wish to behold some visualization of it, we might look at an illustration I found on "You-Tube," the link to which is:

  15. Here as you watch it, replace the charged particle with the coordinate that resides over and upon the mass, which as such does not cause the mass itself to move in that pattern, but is driven downwards in the movement that rests upon it, the movement in a coordinate of.  

  16. That inclination then is in components, the coordinate is not in the atoms directly - but rather upon and  over them, wherefore the substance itself as such does not turn in moving downwards.  

  17. All this I have outlined as the principle fashion of it, for no doubt there are several scenario's by which these coordinates may produce that downward spiraling effect that we have come to call gravity, or the acceleration of gravity.   Accordingly I now have show gravity in various fashions to little by little grant us a better understanding of it.


  1. In a continuation from our previous illustrations of figures 61-5 and 6, I wish to show the dominance of what appears like unto magnetic and electric.  At one time I said, how nature is many things, yet its footing is single, which may be enhanced by the following.

  2. The atoms for all their many parts and many distinct movements are most marvelous machines, the ingenuity put into them is factually incomprehensible for man in his limited ability as a creature of the dust.  

  3. Basically we look at them as little solar systems, but we come far short in viewing them as such, since these are more sophisticated than just about any machine man has ever built.

  4. Besides being the building blocks of nature, they promote the mortar by which these building blocks are cemented in. Then having the luster of a grand cathedral they send forth codes in the form of waves of every kind, and greater formations to enhance the building.  

  5. Then they lend themselves to still greater formations by which whole planets are held, and man with his feet upon the ground, to aside of providing movement into all directions alter themselves for a vector into what we understand as centrifugal and gravitational.

  6. It does all these things and more simultaneously with the greatest of ease and with a perfection we cannot even begin to understand, never at all growing weary, nor ever in need of supply and demand, requiring no fuel, nor leaving any residue for all its intricate workings.  And that mind you we wish to make for a subject unto ourselves? 

  7. We must be insane to even think that we could master the understanding of these most marvelous machines.

  8. That which we behold, or understand of the atom to this day, is but a grain of sand on the shores, and in my estimation of it I do not suppose that man shall ever come to understand it for its true and full nature.  Even as I spoke to the Lord my God, myself making this judgment:

  9. That it is not fit for man to comprehend the full of the atom, nor of all its many coordinates to have a full understanding, and that even so for myself since I know what that will entail.  And I do not deem it wise for man to go to that extend, wherefore also certain things I am withholding.

  10. I now know that man has designed a host of atomic and molecular illustrations for the bonding of these parts,  these however because they lack fundamental knowledge, are going out from wrong assumptions.   And as to that point, I once said on page 12, "Displacement by coordination, a marvelous creation, beyond understanding."

  11. Beyond understanding, so indeed are these most marvelous machines. And it is pitiful that which man to date has made of it, for to admit to have no knowledge of it is understandable, but to presume to do, and go forth to make a hogwash of it is inexcusable. 

  12. And now that I am about to show some patterns do not think that I have any understanding of it more than a grain of sand, yet my grain of sand is like a mountain unto man's moles-hill.  For even to myself I said unto our Almighty Creator, how O Lord the knowledge Thou has given me is awesome.

  13. I at least am confining myself to knowledgably matters, to only that grain which I do understand and that shows itself to us in so many ways, if now only man would follow my example.  

  14. And so here we go to show what for all appearances is dominant in nature having its start right within and upon the atom.

  15. By figure 61-8, at G, the solid line appearing as a figure of eight, named ER-1, may be considered a pattern by a number of shells. Then in the broken line ovals several more are shown, one such is named ER-2.  How then may ER-1 not being a figure of eight, yet still become like unto a figure of eight?  

  16. It is as shown by H, in the combination of multiple rings as they move within and among one another, in this case noted ER-1-2. (cycling noted by arrows Y)

  17. The side view therefore at H, shows it like unto an oval, wherefore though in its patterns its angular format resembles the eight, it does not as such cross over.  Yet that possibility does exist with the greater atoms, perhaps not in every type of atom, nor in the lighter, or more simpler ones.

  18. But there are indeed atoms that by inter-phasing, either singularly or by multiples produce and exhibit figure eights of movement that is just like those found in magnets and upon our earth, demonstrated by K and by M, top and side views.


  1. If per example at H, the atoms on the right and left of it cause our open figure of eight, or oval if you will, to in some way twist, the open eight becomes a closed eight, and we as such look at it, as were it magnetic. Then if these continue to twist, as illustrated by E, it becomes the pattern so well known for electricity.  And how might this be done?

  2. In themselves under normal circumstances these do not produce such greater formations over themselves, But certain atoms, or substances are susceptible to this that when activated, like by light-waves these do indeed produce the wave so known for electrical, as we know from photo-cells. 

  3. Then there are batteries and capacitors which when activated by an electrical wave will store the same upon themselves. Moreover, the light which enters into our eyes transforms its format upon our receptors into an electrical format, the angular magnetic.

  4. All this now is done in the movements of atoms one to the other, and electron shells in relation one to the other, in an overall pattern of movement that proceeds and is formulated by the fundamental ones.

  5. Thus we behold how for the greater formations their pattern is equally found at fundamental levels, and may be secured at these levels.  If this were not so, our electro-magnetic microscopes would not work, nor would we be able with them to view anything as close as molecules down to but a few angstroms for size.

  6. And no, I am not like our scientists that know it all.  I for me do not know exactly how all this takes place, even as I do not know how in my spiritual nature I decode mere angular lengths of movement for sight and color, nor by what specific pattern I smell the perfume upon my wife.  For I am a man, and not God, and my understanding is but what He elects to grand unto me. 

  7. And it is most marvelous that by me He has given man to understand how and by what the earth rests upon its footing, which man for himself could never have come to understand, for he is after all a creature, one that must learn how his vessel is filled for him from his Creator.  

  8. How generous therefore of Him to have given us all that understanding.  And will we be -- like those persons which are hated, that by giving them a finger they take your whole hand, as if enough is never enough?

  9. Philosophy now if you will, comes before the sciences, so that we may know from where it is. Shall not that be a word in wisdom?  I am extremely grateful to the Lord my God, and Father of us all that He has given me this for all mankind. 

  10. And now what have I done? I have given mankind a glimpse as in a mirror, a murky mirror.

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