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            CHAPTER 68             (July 2012)          INDEX TO OTHER PAGES         

  1.     It is not an easy thing for me to be so elementary to make science understood by them that are not taught in any part of the sciences.    

  2. For the novice then and for the experts as well, I will be as simple as possible to lay forth a few of the fundamentals in their general scope.

  3. It is not of me to propounds theories, but rather simply scientific facts as the Creator of all taught me.  If then my words are strange to the sons of men it is because these are strange the serpent having dulled their senses.

  4. My words are by no means difficult, but simple and to the point for all to whom knowledge and understanding is not a handicap.  Common sense is supposed to be a faculty of man, and with it my words are simple.


  1. The planets are not held gravitational, but rather magnetically, as is all of nature bound and held magnetically, which is to say; "By movement," in particular "Conductive movement," such as is normally understood by the nature of magnetic.

  2. Yet there is a gravitational force, by which anything and everything of and upon a planet is held to its surface. The distance however to which that force reaches outward and away from the planet is limited to a specific factor of inertia of that planet, while the magnetic hold is virtually without limit - as can be determined.

  3. As then each planet has its own specific factor of inertia, we for a certainty know only the factor of inertia that applies to mother earth, which at sea level is rated at 32.174 lb.  

  4. As therefore any object recedes from mother earth, the factor of gravity diminishes till it reaches the point where its factor becomes zero.


  1. That point for mother earth comes to a distance of 2,259 miles from its surface as shown in the illustration figure 68-1.  It is after this point that no object will have any gravitational pull on it anymore, since of course the factor of it has become zero, the factor of inertia as the reality of it is.

  2. This however does not mean that it may no longer be bound to the earth, since any object beyond that distance is still held by conductive movement, something better understood as magnetic. 

  3. And since the limit of that movement is essentially endless, one is never at any place in the solar system or galaxy free from being held in check, be if magnetically or gravitational.

  4. Since then the moon is at a far greater distance from the earth than the limits of the earth's gravitational force, it is held by magnetic movement, with no conventional gravity.

What is gravity?  (a pamphlet)

  1. If any man of himself could define gravity he would be the death of all the human race.

  2. And I should dwell on this, to certify that all who of themselves have said to know gravity are not only conceited, but in all essence by implication murderers of the human race.

  3. And why is that so?  Because God who created it, said; "That if any man could wrestle that secret out from under Him, He would cast off the whole human race." (Jer:37:31)

  4. And so WHY do we even want to know that which spells our death?

  5. But then it is also written how before the day of judgment, the Foundations of the Earth (gravity inclusive) would be understood. (Esdras 6:9-10)

  6. Are we then all to die, or is there another way? For if God Himself reveals these foundations to a person, then these may be understood and not be of man's own cunning.

  7. Since then these must be understood and we are not to die, God has given them to a certain person as also prophesied by Isaiah (41:26-27 and 48:13-16)

What therefore is gravity?

  1. We would do better to ask for the HOW in gravity, since gravity is; An inclination towards force by movement.

  2. That indeed is the correct answer!  But who is to understand it lest I define the HOW TO in gravity?

  3. And to make it as simple as possible we must first understand how every single atom is the likes of a gyro, of a spinning top, as depicted in the illustration at Q.

  4. A spinning top then will remain balanced when there is no linear movement placed upon it, but when so - it begins to wobble or precess. This is also called; placing a torque upon it.

  5. As therefore the atoms in the moon at point Q in the illustration start moving into direction noted G, all of them will begin to precess and continue to do so as long as the atoms at Q continues to move.

  6. But these atoms of the moon would depart from the earth if it were not for the multitude of the magnetic lines projected from the earth. This is so since all substance, all matter is surrounded and imbedded by magnetic lines of movement.

  7. The scenario then is as illustrated on the right of the drawing. The precessional movements of all these many atoms is a motion or movement typical to a nut turning on a treaded bolt. Or it may be likened to a screw propeller on a boat pushing itself forward.

  1. That in effect and in reality is gravity as; The inclination thereto.  

  2. It is not the power of gravity, nor is gravity  the force driving anything downward, since the power of it belongs to magnetism, to the movement of the magnetic lines pulling all things to its very center of center.

  3. The atoms set in linear movement produce only the precessional inclination bearing down upon the magnetic lines, which as such we have come to call gravity.

  4. As then magnetism is the male in the power of downward movement, gravity for its inclination is the female of force.

  5. By the illustration if there were no linear movement upon Q, the atoms at balance, there would be no inclination, no torque, and consequently no gravity.  Or if there were no magnetic lines embracing Q, and that moon were set in motion, it would forever move away from us.

  6. But with Q, moving, it becomes precessionally entangled with earth's magnetic lines by which then it is held in orbit, the gravitational pull balancing out with the impact of its centrifugal.

  7. And for an video that depicts the general idea, see Gravity.mpeg

  8. For the full explanation of gravity and foundations consult > Pages 13, 14, 15, 28, 39, 40, 44, 54, 55, 58, and 60. The latter as the most recent and fuller definitions.


  1. Take this to reason within yourself; it is said that "gravity draws us to the earth," but more than that it draws us precisely to the center of the center of the earth, and what force can possibly do that if not magnetic alone. Common sense therefore pronounces the force of gravity to be magnetic

  2. Then we add our centrifugal inertia at any place other than directly upon the equator, or the tip of earth's axis, that as such being vectored to the axis of the earth aligns us a bit off center of center, and likewise with the moon as it draws the tides we are drawn with it in our alignment to the center of center of mother earth.

  3. Gravity now is always downward, which is by the magnetic lines of movement compelling all that it embraces in towards its center of force.

  4. Yet we known that in magnetic there is a repulsive action as well, for by simply reversing the direction of movement the magnetic lines will draw away from each other.

  5. How then is gravity always inward to the magnetic force, and not outward as when two magnets are faced with like polarities to one another?

  6. The answer is manifold.  First of all the substance to be moved lies completely within the scope of the magnetic coordinate, that is to say; within the confines of a single field of force, which by and in its own nature always quells upon all that it embraces. 

  7. To "Quell" then; in other words; is to compel everything to itself, which in turns is towards and in to its center, the force itself in its very coordinate always drawing and/or returning to a single center. 

  8. Electricity in its ampere is not as taught - to be a movement, but rather, it quells.

  9. Then there is that factor of the inclination towards gravity which precesses itself upon that magnetic movement.  

  10. But this factor could likewise be away from a magnetic center as towards it.  For if the direction of rotation of that inclination were reversed the substance would be driven away from the magnetic center.

  11. So thus if we reversed the movement of the earth to orbit the sun in the opposite direction, the direction of the inclination towards gravity would also be reversed. 

  12. But in doing so the direction of movement is again downward, for as we reversed one, the other reversed with it, and no basic changes were made.

  13. The primary answer to our quest therefore is that we together with the whole earth lie imbedded with a single formation of force that quells upon all that it embraces.


  1. The tides are never by gravity, since clearly the tides are an upwards movement of the waters while gravity is a downward movement of the waters.  

  2. And that which moves upwards cannot be said to do so because it is pulled downwards.  It therefore is simply in the ignorance of man that the tides are said to be by gravity.

  3. It is rather by gravity that the tides are held down to acceptable levels, or they would rise much higher from the face of the earth. Not that such is possible since gravity is the very mate of magnetic, without which she would not exist.  

  4. As therefore the movement of magnetic exists, and the earth itself is in movement; the combination of which produces a torque upon its very inertia, so gravity is born automatically, being the very female to the male of magnetic.


  1. It is by the elongation of the magnetic lines of force that exist between the moon and the earth whereby the waters are moved upwards.  Although I have not tried it, the same thing will occur with two magnets and steel filings by the same movements as the moon around the earth.

  2. One should conceive the magnetic lines as flexible strings, with the moon, as it is being held magnetically to the earth, comes to pull and elongate these strings in the areas directly between the two planets.

  3. This of course is again due to the movement of the moon as it - by its own inertia - attempts to drive a straight path away from the earth, but unable to do so for the many lines of magnetic movement holding her in check, and into a circular orbit around mother earth.  

  4. (Remembering that it is not by gravity that the moon is held to the earth)

  5. At any place now not directly between the moon and the earth, the lines of magnetic movement expand to a normal hold, more circular than those that are being pulled upon by the moon in a direct confrontation with the earth, which as such is called elongation.

  6. For the illustration Figure 68-2, the normal circular line at point A is moved up to point B. The example is of course enhanced to show the difference.    

  7. Here then is a simple means for the scientists to test my statement of it. Note then that I did not say theory, since my words are not a theory, but simple scientific facts.

  8. To test it out: it are not only the waters which are nudged by the magnetic lines as they undergo elongation, but we ourselves as well. 

  9. The degree however by which we are moved into, or out of our line directly centered upon the earth's center of center is slight, yet should be readable with sensitive instruments.


  1. Since now all magnetic force, or lines of movements are a complete circle that is laid out in a quarter turn wave formation, all lines of magnetic in their movement, as well as the power of, proceed in the design of a figure of eight.  

  2. This may be likened to a pair of scissors, when the handles are opened, so are the cutting edges.

  3. Likewise when the lines between the moon and the earth are elongated the same thing occurs on the opposite side of the earth, since of course the lines on both sides are of one and the same circular movement proceeding in eight.

       Figures 68-4

  1. Then there is also the sun illustrated by figure 68-3. For like the moon to the earth, so the earth is held by the sun all by the same magnetic lines of movement proceeding in a figure of eight. 

  2. When therefore the moon, the earth, and the sun are in a straight line of one another, the moon on either side of the earth, there is a higher degree of the waters rise.

  3. All this because now it is not only the moon pulling on the lines, but the earth itself for its orbital movement also acts as a strain upon those one and the same lines resulting in a higher tide. 

  4. Remember thus that it is not the sun's pull for a higher tide but the effect of the earth itself along with the moon pulling on, and elongating the magnetic lines.


  1. This may be further demonstrated by illustration figure 68-5.  When you have a container of water at normal level, and with a solid object, such as figure 68-5;A;  if you in one second of time move it from point 1 up to point 3, you will momentarily raise the water level to the left of it.

  2. But if you in that same one second of time move it from point 1 to point 6, the water to the left will rise to a still higher level. 

  3. The rise of the waters thus are comparable to not only a time factor but to a distance as well that is paired with it. And thirdly to the strength or saturation point of the magnetic lines, in the illustration that would be how large the object (noted A) is or how solid.

  4. Conclusively; if the moon traveled with a higher velocity, the tides would consequently be higher, it being a timing factor.  Or if the inertia of the water would be less, the tides would be higher, and with a greater inertia, like the land or the rocks, it would be less.

  5. The same then may also be called saturation or backflow. Since then the inertia in the water is fixed by mother earth in its whole, inclusive its own 15 km/sec velocity around the sun, that inertia will not change, unless the earth were to increase or decrease in velocity.

  1. All things thus are relative to one another, and complement one another. 


  1. In the illustration below figure 68-6; when two magnets are held together, we call it magnetic force, but no less when two or more atoms are held together do they bond by the very same movements that preside over the magnetic hold.

  2. When we speak of whole magnets, we refer to its bonding as magnetic, when instead we are speaking of atoms it is more proper to term it conductive movement.  

  3. Which is not to convey that one is any different from the other except in the coordinate formation of its movement.

  4. For the magnet it is an obvious figure of eight, while when looking at the water molecule that consists of one Oxygen atom with two of Hydrogen and we follow the arrows that depict their "overall" patterns it follows into a circle passing around all three of its components.

  5. That illustration is of course greatly simplified, the reality of the various directions of movement within and around it being more complicated and enhanced, all of them working by a three dimensional pattern, that in many ways acts as, and resembles again the figure of eight.


  1. When water is heated it does not immediately expand, until it reaches a certain temperature, that in factual terms is, until its internal movement reaches a certain velocity, that is paired with a degree of relative angular movement (RAM being heat) 

  2. It is then that the three components will drive themselves to a greater distance from one another. to become what is called steam.


  1. There is a law that says; "Once in motion stays in motion." Does this mean that if an object is traveling at 100mph that it will continue to travel at 100mph not counting any resistance that would act as a force to the contrary?  

  2. Basically it does; since movement produces inertia, and if the inertia does not change, neither should the degree of movement.

  3. In other words; the law of "once in motion stays in motion", is like; "Equal action to reaction," and to change the action a force is needed to increase or decrease the reaction.

  4. If then by Figure 68-7, we look at a satellite traveling in an orbit around the earth, it must travel with a constant velocity in order to remain in a fixed orbit.  But the velocity of that satellite is anything but constant.  

  5. The earth itself travels with a velocity of 15-km/sec., in order therefore for the satellite itself at location 1 in the drawing to maintain a velocity around the earth, it must not just keep up with the earth but move faster than the earth, faster than 15-km/sec.


  1. Then when that satellite arrives at point location 2, it has to slow down in order to move with the same speed at which the earth is moving.  And at point location 3, it must travel less than 15-km/sec, or else it would not be able to come back around the earth passing location 4 and back to 1.

  2. Any object therefore that maintains an orbit around mother earth, the moon inclusive, must of necessity accelerate and decelerate on a constant basis just so it can remain with the earth.  

  3. This of course is relevant to the sun as a vector of it.   And how does it do so in the fundamental scope of things?

  4. When an object is driven to an increase in velocity the inertia thereof increases, and not just twofold, but in terms of force rather fourfold relevant to the degree of the increase in velocity.  

  5. This for an object in uniform circular motion would normally spin it out to a higher orbit where in turn the augmentation of the gravitational force will again come equal to the now greater inertia.

  6. And as we know when gravity equals inertia the object will be as we have a habit of calling it, be weightless, and remain in orbit, or as fixed in orbit.  And so from location 4 to location 1 the satellite is to increase its velocity, which in turn would increase its inertia.

  7. But there are no engines on the satellite to boost it to a higher velocity, and by law of "Once in motion stays in motion," it cannot just stay in its motion, it must - as it appears - violate that law of motion, to "Once in motion go to a greater motion."

  8. If our satellite at location 4 did not immediately begin to accelerate it would come to lag behind the earth, the essence of which is equal to an ever increasing distance from the earth, an ever increasing orbital path, till at last it would be lost of mother earth altogether.

  9. We then come up with a simple solution to say; "That gravity pulls it."  And yes gravity does pull it, but in order for gravity to hold on to an object with greater velocity that object must likewise have a greater inertia, whereby gravity in its augmentation may come with a greater amount of pull on it.

  10. We know that every ounce of inertia is augmented upon by gravity. If then we add to say that inertia also augments gravity, we are not being as correct as we should be.   

  11. Or if it does; then how is the inertia of the satellite at location 4 to play for any increase of gravity upon itself, when it must first of all increase its velocity whereby to have the greater inertia by which to have that stronger pull of gravity?

  12. So thus our answer in the simplicity of our mind to say; that it was gravity that pulled or held that satellite and increased its velocity as well as its consequent inertia, we are not in error, for that is in fact how it is.

  13. Simple, is it not? And yes, it is just as simple as saying how by gravity we are held to the earth, which in itself does not explain the how so.  

  14. And by standing upon the earth we are not increasing nor decreasing our velocity, since we are  taking all of 24 hours to make for one turn-around with the earth, while our satellite may make ten turns to our one.  Or is that really so?

  15. And so how does gravity come to accelerate a satellite, since it quite obviously can only be by earth's gravity to accelerate and decelerate any object in orbit around itself?  It is fundamentally so that "for every action there is a reaction", and if the reaction is not equal than there is a departure of.

  16. The action then is as follows:  At location 4 all things being equal the satellite has a rectilinear movement that would either bring it around or away from the earth. 

  17. As therefore it begins to move away from the earth while its inertia remained unchanged, gravity steps in to pull it to a lower orbit, which is the same as saying that the reaction came to equal the action, gravity exceeding inertia.

  18. But as gravity in all essence begins to pull it into a lower orbit the velocity in lower orbits is always higher than in higher orbits, and as the velocity increased - so gravity comes to pull more upon the increase in inertia.

  19. There are two ways to get a satellite to come to a different orbit.  We can slow it down, in which case the inertia becomes less and gravity exceeding it comes to drive it down. Or, have gravity pull on it with more or less force.   The first of these is within our means, while the second it not.

  20. And so in order for gravity to implement any changes the inertia of the object must change. As thus the satellite comes to lag itself in velocity whereby at location 1, to move even faster in space than the earth, gravity in ounce by ounce comes to increase and/or decrease its inertia as it is pulled around the earth.

  21. It is not therefore then; "Once in motion stays in motion", since quite obviously gravity is doing a lot more than just holding on to that satellite, for in order to hold it to equal proportions (to say fixed in orbit) it must vary its inertia that comes about by velocity.

  22. Nor is it all in gravity alone, but the satellite itself as it attempts to move away from the earth, sets up an imbalance in gravity verses inertia, gravity coming to exceed the inertia, since although the basic inertia of the satellite remained unchanged, its departure, or attempt to departure equally creates the imbalance.

  23. Since then that satellite is seen to keep a perfect circular orbit around the earth, while its velocity changes on a constant basis, it shows how perfect these two - so called - forces work hand in hand with one another, namely gravity and inertia, or gravity and movement in the degree thereof.

  24. When I said; ounce for ounce, it is more like gram for gram, or fraction by fraction so perfectly does gravity work with any kind of movement. And it works nearly instantly, in fractions of a second.

  25. It now is said; that in a uniform circular motion, it is like the object is constantly changing direction by falling into the earth.  I now will not frown upon where we assume that circular movement is a constant change of direction, but we are wrong in the falling down, since it is "pulled" down rather than falling.

  26. And now to enhance where we started out to say that the velocity of the satellite was anything but constant, that instead it had to accelerate and decelerate as it moved around a moving earth.  It can also be said that it does in fact have a constant of velocity - but - and I say again; but - in only relevance to the earth for its fixed gravitational center.

  27. Whereas in relevance to space or to the sun it has a constant changing velocity.  All the above then applies in either case.


  1. We now could add some mathematics to it to confirm the above, and we will take the Hubbell telescope as an example shown on page 58.   The data for that satellite is: earth-weight at 24.500 lb, velocity at 25,000 ft/sec, with radius at 347 miles.

  2. Then referring to figure 68-12, let us assume that Hubbell telescope as S1 on the rear side of the earth moving by a circular orbit rectilinear to the movement of the earth.  S1 is thus at a distance of 347 miles from the earth as for this instant the earth is at E-1.


  1. If then we add but a timing factor of one single second in which the earth will move up by 15km, or 10 miles, the earth will be at position E2 leaving the satellite behind.  

  2. For while indeed the satellite is and was moving with the same velocity into the same direction with the earth, it is also moving in an angularly direction that would place it further from the earth.

  3. If this seems hard to digest in that since it moves in these two directions simultaneously, why should it not keep up with the earth as well as remain in its fixed orbit, as indeed it does?   

  4. But that is just the point, the force of gravity is indeed keeping it, while our aim is to discover how and why gravity does so.

  5. For if it were not for gravity to implement some changes how will it accelerate the velocity of that satellite to a speed greater than the speed at which the earth moves, so that it may come around to pass the earth. Any object under its own inertia will always travel in a straight line unless it is pulled or driven into a circular path.

  6. And so as we for the moment consider the satellite for its own inertia as in that one second of time it moves from point S1 to point S2, while the earth moved up from E1 to E2, its earth-weight of 24.500 lb did not change, nor its velocity at 25,000 ft/sec in the circular.

  7. And now for the tricky part, its velocity at 15-km/sec linearly with the earth also did not change, enhancing the law of "once in motion stays in motion." But what it would do under its own inertia was to move a bit further away from the earth wherefore it must increase its circular velocity in order to stay with the earth.

  8. And so for the example, let us say that in that one second of time the satellite came to lag a distance of 10 miles behind. This would change the radius from 347, to 357 miles to earth's surface.

  9. At 347 miles the radius in feet came to 22,952,160, but now that radius has changed to 357 plus 4000, times 5280 is 23,004,960 ft. Consequently, 24.500 lb times 25,000 squared and that divided by the new radius comes to an inertial strain of 665,617.3 lb, while formerly it was greater at 667,148.5 lb., at a g/factor of 27.23.

  10. If then we divide this by this factor of gravity (27.23) by which the satellite traveled at its radius of 347 miles, that comes to 24,444.26 lb., in earth-weight, which as we know is incorrect since its earth-weight was, and remains at 24,500 lb, a difference of 55.74 lb.

  11. And so we ask; Did the satellite lose weight? The answer is; No, it cannot lose weight.  For here again; if it lost weight then the force of gravity upon it would also become less.  

  12. As thus the factor of gravity thought to change itself for a new radius, to a factor of 27.16, that simply did not happen since the speed as well as the weight of the satellite remained the same.

  13. Consequently gravity will compensate upon it, by its factor of 27.23 - verses 27.16; a force and factor greater than what our satellite is presenting at its S2 location.  Gravity therefore being the stronger draws on it more and more each fraction of a second increasing its space velocity in order to maintain that perfect balance of gravity verses inertia.

  14. We now conclude that all this is in reference to a vector of space, whatever we may take as a vector thereto, like our sun. And additionally we come to conclude that since the satellite is so close to the earth that its only relevant factor for its circular movement is none other than the center of the earth, seeing also how it is held by a force vectoring on that center.

  15. All good and well, we can believe what we will, but this fact remains how our satellite is not encircling a stationary sphere, but rather a moving sphere, for which cause the satellite on the one hand must move faster, and on the return move slower than its host.


  1. Man has his atomic and nuclear bombs, as well as power-plants, but to this date he has no real conception of how and why they work.    Man however thinks he does, for those born of the earth are by nature ignorant of science fundamentals.

  2. His theories with the atom as he shows them in movies and in print as well as illustrations, are most deplorable and completely unreal. All this because God has not given them a Godly wisdom by which to comprehend fundamentals.  And so man plays with nature as a child plays with his toy cars.

  3. Shall I therefore accuse men of being wicked in not having the ability to comprehend fundamentals? No, I do not call them wicked for merely being ignorant, but rather for the pride and arrogance by which they promote their ignorance. 

  4. My curse is upon them for claiming their ignorance as were it a wisdom greater than that of the Almighty Creator, and having the unmitigated gall to assert as if God does not know, or does not exist, with their so called wisdom as greater than all.

  5. Therefore O you men of the earth you are to be imprisoned, all the great and so called wise in the earth. And your hides are to be burned off from you in the everlasting fire that awaits you.  For I do want your hides to be burned off, for in no other way can I stand the smell of man.

  6. And why do you look at me with disbelieve? For I do know what is - and what will be, since the Almighty One appointed me a guardian, and taught me accordingly.

  7. But for the many others to whom knowledge and education is not an affliction, whom do not look upon the advancement in the sciences as a fire to burn them, it is for them that I will speak.

  8. Know therefore this; that at any time when the volume (size, quantity) of an atom is changed, it presents a change in the coordinate movement of and by that atom.    And the same applies when two or more atoms are combined to present a difference in the overall coordinate. 

  9. Oxygen as a single atom has one particular pattern, when two are joined it changes, and when three are joined it changes again.  And when any of these are joined to other atoms making for a compound molecule then again the pattern of the coordinate changes.    And so there are many patterns that react to one another in different ways

  10. The heat produced in nuclear power-plants that is said to be by splitting atoms, is only partially correct, and at best deceptive.  This is so since RAM is not only produced by the decay and/or splitting, or fusion of any atoms, but far more of it by the unstable condition of the atoms and molecules in themselves.

  11. When therefore there be a nuclear core producing heat to turn water into steam for its generators, it may be as much as 90 percent from RAM with a mere 10 percent by atomic rearrangement.   If this were not so man's fuel rods would not last a tenth of what they do now.

  12. Atomic or nuclear power-plants are not really based on fission as they are on Relative Angular Movement (RAM) that in general terms is expressed as heat.  And since unstable atoms and molecules of such atoms are likewise unstable, it is the instability of them that foremost instigates the RAM, much more so than the fusion or fission of its parts.

  13. These power-plants as such are; "RAM Plants" since their prime power is derived from RAM rather than from fission. The rods that are placed in there to control the rate of movement are like what brakes are to an automobile.

  14. Movement is conductive, and when the rate of movement is to be brought down you simply place something with a lower rate of movement around it, or next to it.  The water as coolant serves the same purpose.


  1. Wisdom for the young, understanding for all that seek the good, what shall it be?  To fear the Lord the Almighty Creator of all; that is wisdom.  And to depart from evil; that is understanding.

  2. I now have told you what it is that a young man should do, so that he may become wise and have understanding, to have his wits of what is most elementary. But who will follow my lead, or pay attention at my words?

  3. I have given my very own self for you so that understanding may come into your heart, and that your bones may be refreshed by living grain, feeding you along the way, and with earnest care that you may have rejoicing.

  4. How very great is the Lord the Maker of all? He cannot be understood for with Him is wisdom, and He is the source of it.  When I write for you a single letter like the letter "L"; of how many dots is that letter constructed?  

  5. It rests on top of a piece of paper, nothing more than a series of dots forming two lines to denote for us an understanding in the way we have come to call communication.  For it in itself is not communication, but simply a physical part that we as spirits interpret into a letter to behold.

  6. And now look again at (L) those two lines connected one to the other, and understand that it consist of not merely the dots that our printers place upon paper, but how these very dots consists of many more individual parts, of millions of them held together by no more than their individual movements.

  7. Consisting of tiny spheres, and of oblong rings. Nor are these at random but they form perfect designs be it squares or triangles, and the host of others.  So many tiny spheres to make for a single dot, that by multiples appear to us for a single letter in the alphabet.

  8. As then you look at the whole of my page, you are unable to number them, and you are astounded for the sheer quantity of them, so utterly minute that their movement can not be seen, but all of them in their number appearing motionless.

  9. And yet not one of them is motionless, for if they were you would not be able to see them, since by their very movement they project outwards into all directions lines of movement which we call waves, the wavelengths of light which when they reach our eyes connects us together with them.

  10. All the areas between the black of the lettering here emit more light than what is emitted from the letters themselves.  And so it is by that contrast that we see the lettering upon this background.

  11. And so it is in our spiritual nature, which no man can even begin to understand, that we behold that letter L upon that piece of paper being connected to it by nothing more than movement, a movement that moves onward at the speed of light, and which like unto a threaded bolt turns in circles, into circles as small as the spheres of which the air before us is constructed.

  12. If the spheres of which the compound of that letter L were as small as those of the air, we could not see them, that is to say, not be connected upon them, instead they would pass on through as they do in air, and not terminate upon them. But because they terminate upon them it is that we are able to behold them.

  13. How utterly fantastic the creation of all these countless many spheres in their various dimensions and their movements by distinct coordinates.  And these the Almighty Lord made out of nothing, out of nothing at all. 

  14. See then the quantity of them of which this single page is constructed, then attempt to imagine the quantity of which the whole earth is made up of inclusive all the air around it.  

  15. And then to know that this whole earth is but a pebble in this galaxy alone, and how He made untold many of these galaxies.

  16. When we look at the smallest of ants, they are barely visible, and yet that tiny ant is made up of millions of tiny parts to form a living organism. And how are we to see even a single one of these tiny parts of which it is constructed, for to do so - we with clear vision must behold a single atom, and how that atom interacts with other atoms.

  17. There is no way we can possibly see that, nor observe its inner workings, yet to our Almighty God these minute things are as clear and as open as anything, and not with His hands but with the power of His word alone He pronounces upon them the manner in which they are to work, and never at all deviate from it.

  18. How utterly magnificent therefore He is to be able to do so.  For when we look upon the leaf of a plant, all we can see is its outer surface, and in doing so we are not even looking at anything material, since that which we interpret is nothing other than movement upon movement, unto which our spirits are tuned to interpret the same for vision, and these again we sort into colors.

  19. As then our vision is but by movement into movement, it is a far cry from what may be construed as vision of the many heavenly creatures, of the angels that are spirits as we are spirits, ours being confined to but the surface of what is understood as material. While these other put on fire as a raiment, as we would say for clothing.

  20. How thus is one to see a spirit, if not the Lord grants us a vision like unto it, such as when we are divested from our bodies, and we are bound to behold such heavenly creatures, by which our spirits are transported and guarded? 

  21. Are we not therefore but like unto that tiny ant, so minute in our being to all that is? And yet again we are great in other ways.

  22. How infinitely great He our Creator is, to have fashioned all these things in such incomprehensive perfection.  And this is what he desires of man, to always act with justice and to love ones neighbor.  And above all to love and honor Him, since He is the one who made us, and gave us life and being.

  23. It is He in His constant care that at every moment causes us to breathe the air, and makes our hearts to pump the blood throughout our bodies, having made the plumbing for the whole thereof.  

  24. And He gave us a spirit, for it is by that spirit that we live and have our abiding, our bodies being but a home to live within.

  25. And when you die, you do not really as such die. This is so since our Creator made us after His own image, and He being eternal so must we be.   When a man dies his body returns unto the dust from which it was made, while his spirit, his real life being is taken up by the angels that serve mankind.

  26. And these angels will transport that spirit unto the place of incarceration, the location of which I do not know, nor does that matter, but it is not this earth.  

  27. There most of the spirits of mankind are deposited to await the great day of judgment. Do not therefore think that when you die you will cease to exist, for that is not true. True death is separation from God.

  28. If then you have not honored Him who gave you that life in spirit, why should He give you the good things? And why should you wish to destroy yourself, by not having love for your neighbor?  For He who created all that beauty in such perfection also demands justice, and right dealings from the sons of man.

  29. Since then He gave you a will of your own, to choose one from the other, right from wrong. do not take upon the wrong, but be like unto Him always choosing the right.  To be like unto Him is to be in His image, for He made us after His own image.

  30. And to be made in His image is this namely; to have a choice, to have a will rejecting the wrongs, and the will to do what is right. 

  31. And so it was that in the beginning when I wrote the word WISDOM, I spoke saying; "That to fear and honor Him is wisdom. And to choose the right thing that shall be understanding.

  32. I now know that mankind is not likely to accept the wisdom which they have heard of me in the fundamentals of things, since of course it destroys their cherished notions. But likens or not - their cherished notions will vanish.

  33. I wished to speak in down to earth terms, in that which is elementary.  And so I have spoken.   I am like a river with abundant waters, life giving waters, so am I.  Blessed be the man that understands it.

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