CHAPTER 71   (Aug 2014)    INDEX TO OTHER PAGES

What is the atom?  And how does it work?

  1. Two very good questions that to all mankind are as yet unanswered. For in all that is said of it, there is no reality.  And in my estimation I do not believe that we will come to know the full truth of it, nor the half, nor a tenth of it.

  2. Conclusively, in what we speak of it, we may as such be speculating, gathering an outward appearance of it.  Or, as I am performing here and now, to apply known laws and observations to it. 

  3. Why for example in water or ice do the atoms of Hydrogen bond 2 or more to the atoms of Oxygen, but when confronted with carbon atoms, like in Benzene, or gasoline, it is altogether different?


  1. Why with gasoline are there 5 carbon atoms in a square with no opening in the middle like as with most other combinations?

  2. The tally of different combinations wherein molecules are formed seems to be endless making up for all the different things in nature. 

  3. Why is it so easy to cut bread and butter, but not steel nor even wood with the blade of a knife?  Or how does bone become so hard, and to last for millenniums in not decomposing, yet the flesh of a body is quickly gone?

  4. The basic substance of bone and of flesh as well as that of steel and wood in fundamental terms are all one and the same, their differences being in the volume and structural formation of the different atoms.

  5. Wherefore as such it boils down to "coordinates" in their different ways.   For while there appears to be an endless variety of substances, the basic substance right down into the atoms are, as I understand it, one and the same.

  6. If we take anyone single atom and begin to list all that passes upon it, it becomes a long list. Like how it spins, and yet conducts its movement to all other atoms around it, drawing to some while pushing away from others.

  7. Then all those light and radio waves that in passing are susceptible to them in position as well as in the spacing between them. And then there are these sound waves passing simultaneously.

  8. And as if that is not enough each and every atom is not only subject, but active as well to not only to center of our earth, but to the axis of the earth, and to our sun in keeping our feet upon the ground, and driving us in a orbital track around our sun.

  9. What absolute marvelous machines these atoms are that these can be utilized in so many ways, and how in their different combinations so very much is possible. I proclaim each and every atom as the most marvelous machines, and far from the cunning of man.

  10. Let us pose a few more questions, like; why with a higher movement, as in heat, are the atoms spaced further apart?  For that poses the next question as to; why a higher velocity of movement should drive the atoms further from each other?

  11. And yet they do not do so in all cases, like when heating a metal bar. Or in ice when once it is formed it does not compress nor expand it as it gets colder and colder, or less and less internal speed as it may be.

  12. How may it be that like with gasoline, a carbon based compound, that it will not ignite, as in decompose, or restructure itself unless there are Oxygen atoms available to them?

  13. These Oxygen atoms must be very unique in being so instrumental to cause other compounds to either be undone in their formation, as well as to build new structures.  In the one case a spark as a higher momentum is required in order to get things going.

  14. While in the other, we by filtering out these Oxygen atoms in our lungs from the air that we breathe, are transported to all the rest of our bodies so that multiplication, that is to say that growth or renewal may proceed.

  15. But let us speak of the other component without which the atoms are of no use, which is "motion" as movement. The movement by which light, and electricity have their velocity is a movement of constant that is everywhere at all times and into all directions.

  16. But how can that be, like by figure 71-1, that an arrow when shot into one direction to simultaneously proceed into the opposite direction as well?  From A to B, and the same arrow B to A as well?  This is in reference to light that can be taken into any direction simultaneously.


  1. The secret to this is that these light waves do not take up the same space simultaneously, but are spaced apart along and over the atoms by the grid formation in which they reside.  And since that spacing may only be a distance of 1 or more angstroms it for our eyes is too small to be determined.

  2. As then that movement of constant, the 3M as I often call it, is everywhere into all directions, it is the movement of not only light, and by which the formation of electricity is extended, but of all that is magnetic, of all that is seen as movement.

  3. When we say motion, we imply to say; something in motion.  For how is there movement into a direction of -- unless there is something of a collateral moving?  The 3M however is not the kind of motion like anything we normally conceive as motion. 

  4. For like the wind is a movement, it are atoms and molecules on the move, but with the 3M we are not speaking of something on the move, but rather a moving to drive something.  In other words we are speaking of a motion unlike any other motion, or our conception of motion period.

  5. When two magnets (Illustration Figure 71-2) are drawn together it is at the speed of magnetic which is the same as the speed of light.  And when two atoms are drawn together or driven from one another it is by that same magnetic (3M) movement.

  6. As now by atoms "A" the internal movement is as a speed or velocity of 1000, the spacing may be 2 angstroms, but when increased to 2000 the distance becomes 4 angstroms. (B) This is quite typical of water when turned into steam.

  7. Curious is it not, and intriguing how not only direction of movement but its speed as well makes for changes in just about everything. If we prefer bread that is toasted we prefer bread that is subjected to a higher momentum of movement.

  8. Or when we make pancakes we do not want to consume the mixture until its atoms have been subjected to a higher degree of motion, in which case its structural formation turns from a liquid into a solid state of matter.

  9. All this by nothing more than movement in varying degrees of velocity, after which we can add directions of movement by which things are held together or driven apart.

  10. As I have said; Matter in motion by coordination, such is nature.  But the understanding of that single sentence is far reaching, very far indeed, passing a threshold which I promised myself not to pass. 

  11. As now my mind is full of thoughts I can put only a few things on paper, yet I wish to bring out how this one movement of 3M, is the one and only real movement to accomplish all that is placed and displaced.

  12. It is the very power by which we are held to the earth, for while there is also that circular movement, the fashion by which things move downward, it is the 3M driving the same.

  13. And while magnets may have their individual coordinates, the power within and upon them is again the 3M, with their speed also that of and by the 3M.  And this is no less true of all atoms in their individual states as well as compound forms.

  14. If now I am to explain one atom, I must of necessity explain all atoms, or to define one compound formation it must be in conformance with all others.  An endless realm really, but it must be in conformance with all other phenomena that passes upon it.

  15. This is not just a task, but for a man an endless task, and unless the Almighty One would first of all reveal to him what the true nature of the atom is, how is he to make a start, or be assured of anything?

  16. Bonding by way of electrons for example, may have its points, but not in any sharing nor any leaving of their home. It leaves out, or ignores that one great commodity of all power and movement namely the 3M.

  17. If man will say that I have reduced all things to magnetic, that is to say everything in and around the atom as well for power and formation.  Well-on show me another power, another movement than the one so obviously displayed in everything.

  18. Show me something that will adhere to one another, and/or repel, and by direction of movement.  Or show me a force other than magnetic by which the earth is a sphere.  

  19. It is not without due cause that I said; "Nature is matter in motion by coordination."  A sentence no doubt but partly understood.

  20. At certain times I may speculate but when it comes to that motion of 3M I have found no other.

  21. And so let us entertain ourselves in what for in man's view may be speculation on my part, and see if my speculation is better than the facts of man's scientists.


  1. This illustration shows a typical molecule of gasoline consisting of 5 carbon atoms with hydrogen atoms bonded to the outer 4, by which it bonds again to more carbon atoms.

  2. The quest then becomes how these bond to one another after the manner in nature where all things are by movement into movement by coordinates.  And movement being conductive, is to say that these will join with one another.

  3. And this being true of all magnetic coordinates, it is true of fundamental movement.  So thus remember how I made a distinction between movements and fundamental movements, like as the wind, or the flow of water are not as such a fundamental movements, but the 3M is, which is one and only.


  1. In reference to the illustration; by atom 3 the direction of its internal movement, which can also be called the coordinate of it, be it inherent or induced, is incoming from both the bottom and the left, which as such we call the south (S) and outgoing on the right and the top also called the north. (N)

  2. From here this atom 3 with its conductive motion bonds directly to the center atom as well as to the right atom 2, as well as to atom 1, and again to atom 4.

  3. So thus atom 3 serves not only to bond itself to the center atom but to the four others as well.  To the top and right it is with a oncoming directions of motion, while from the left it picks up on the oncoming movement from atom 4 in conjunction with its own outgoing direction of motion.

  4. Each single atom thus helps to bond all five one to the other.  While in the overall view two of the five atoms act as a south, or negative end passing over the center atom towards to the remaining two as were they the north, or positive end of this entire molecule.

  5. It is of course to be understood that while atom 3 and 4 are considered south with atom 1 and 2 as north, it is so strictly so for the molecules as a whole.  

  6. Individually each atom perceives its own north and south end, since wheresoever movement is entering upon any atom, that end is regarded as the south end, while wheresoever the direction of movement is exiting an atom is considered the north end, also noted upon atom 4.

  7. Here at atom 4, I am presuming upon the direction in which the center atom is spinning, if this in any wise at all might induce the internal movement to generate those in and out internal movement in coordinates

  8. As then I will elaborate on this further down the line, personally I am not as yet convinced this to be factual in nature.   What I do believe to be more factual in nature is (Reference to Atom 1) how there are no such things as electrons, nor even protons if you will. 

  9. But I envisioned the atom more like as a ball of aggregate substance that is at all times induced to rotate, the speed of which is according to and manipulated upon by also the surrounding temperature.  

  10. A higher temperature meaning a high speed, and as we freeze the thing the internal movement as well as its spinning movement slows down. Together with whatever consequence these produce upon the whole.

  11. And now in the next step making our reference to atom 3, here is what I conceive; how the aggregate substance in the overall movement thereof, draws itself into coordinates resembling the figures of eight. (broken lines)  

  12. In this case these patterns are projecting a line into a direction of movement similar to that of our well known magnets.  By the illustration the figure 8-a that spans from S1 to N1 serves as the line of movement proceeding from S2 to N2.

  13. While figure 8-b (also shown at atom 2) serves as the line of moment proceeding from S1 to N1.   The triangles which I drew in them is to enhance that point.

  14. It then is to be noted how the illustrations which I drew within atoms 1 through 4 are to depict the pattern of movement taking place within and upon the center atom.

  15. When therefore the atoms of Oxygen are available, and we introduce a higher momentum (spark) into them, in their chain reaction these parts in rearranging themselves demand a lot of room that proceeds at essentially the speed of light so well know by our internal combustion engines. 

FIGURE  71-4

  1. A typical structure of water into ice. More of ice than of water since when the internal movement of the atoms slows down, they are readily drawn into a more secure bonding with one another.

  2. Then comes the question how and why these atoms come to form such a grid of themselves around a circle of empty space?   And why the atoms of Oxygen do not bond directly to one another but through the intermediate of hydrogen atoms?  

  3. Granted now that water in itself already has at least two atom of hydrogen connected to it, it in slowing down of their movement will take on a third atom of hydrogen, and a fourth and a fifth (three dimensional figure 71-4 X, 3rd, 4th, 5th.)


  1. If thus we apply our magnetic nature upon them, the conductive movement, we will have to place a incoming and outgoing notation to all such as P, for positive and N for negative.

  2. All of whom then must comply with the whole, there being one circular movement through all of the six Oxygen atom and 6 hydrogen atom as the outer arrows indicate

  3. The empty circle in their middle then is by virtue of the positive directions of movements of all six Oxygen atoms heading inward to keep them at bay.

FIGURE 71-5 


  1. It now is all fine and dandy to show the atoms as circles at a distance from one another, but in reality they border onto one another. That additional spacing then is indicated by the broken line circles around them.

  2. This may be called the wake around them, in reality being the degree of their internal movements extending outwards, like as we behold by regular magnets.


  1. This illustration is to show the flow of movement and polarities of two of the atoms that are joined between sections. At atom Y, there are 3 positive drives with the negatives being fed by only two directions.

  2. Then at atom X, it is just reversed, while both of them are on a two dimensional basis, to which the third dimension is yet to be added.


  1. This illustration is to show how each of the sections join with one another their polarities all in conformance with one another. 

  2. In the outer sections it are the positive directions of movement maintaining the open circle, while in the center one it are negative directions of movement These designs are naturally formed by the magnetic nature of all atoms.


  1.    Now however let us debate the validity of it all. And to help the reader, by clicking on the illustration you will get the full drawing which you can then print out for reference.

  2. According to man's scientists the bonding of atoms is done by electrons, but no true explanation is given as to how the cores of the atoms work in conjunction therewith. This seems to me a fallacy as if the cores serve no purpose.

  3. At page 64, in reference to figure 64-10, I drew the water molecule how its atoms are joined together by essentially the movement of electron rings. But are these bonds really by nothing more than the circular formation of what are called electrons? 

  4. The hydrogen atoms having but one ring lend themselves well by the conductive nature of all such movements.  But what about that Oxygen atom that must have more than one ring by which to connect to additional atoms?

  1. For if we consider figure 71-8, at N; and Fig U, there are three rings, and how do rings 2 and 3 pass over or under, or at the same level with one another?  At at least two points there is some congestion, or destruction of anyone and all three of them.

  2. If they were to move next to one another as indicated by the arrows at T, the three rings would just be a wider band of parts moving in a circle. But to cross one another is clearly a violation of the laws regulating physics.


  1. And so we come to question the whole validity of the shells of electrons altogether since they are bound to pass over one another.   If then we reason that they can go under one another as in figure 71-9;  that again presents a problem when there are multiple rings as many as 4 or even 20 rings, how these pass under or over one another.

  2. When we view what is demonstrated for the atom of Uranium with its many electron shells, I vouch to say that every single ring but one on each level will be destroyed, or better said, cannot exist.


  1. By figure 71-9, the ring noted H, passes over ring noted G, wherefore at point location K, there is a slight problem in that all such motion being conductive, the motion of ring G, will or must transpose itself to, or upon, ring H, noted from X to Y.

  2. It now is understandable that an electron ring; as show in figure 71-8, at D, can lend its movement to two simultaneous directions.  Which in turn serves the water molecule as indicated by figure 64-10.

  3. If then the Oxygen atom is comprised of two rings, one inside the other as in figure 71-9, it will validate the configuration on the right of figure 64-10.  But with the second hydrogen atom at a 90 degree angle or less, there has to be more than two rings.

  4. For how; when there are only two rings, is one ring to be out of balance or sequence of the other? Wherefore at 90 degrees there must at least be three rings.  If then there are 5 hydrogen atoms hanging on to a single oxygen atom, how many rings will that take?

  5. For this comes as a fact that none of these rings may then pass within the same circumference. I even call it questionable (in figure 71-9) for one ring to pass under the other, since neither of them will then be individually powered, being bound to complement each other.

  6. And what then may or will be presented?  For the two in their power are essentially acting as one. And this presents still more problems to work out, for up to this point we have ignored the core as well as the fact that the whole of the atom is at all times spinning at a high degree of movement.

  7.   And first for the spinning, if the atom in figure 71-9 is spinning in the same direction with the ring noted H, it may serve to join its extended movement with an atom of hydrogen at point direction B.

  8. But what about the one that is hanging out at point direction C, to count on ring G for its extended movement?  It in all respects with the spin of the atom is looking at an axis rather a flow of movement.

  9. And when there are 5 atoms hanging on it, the same in one way or another will be true for at least four of those five.

  10. Then in respect to the core.  Who needs a core when the bonding is by nothing more than the least part of an atom, namely its electrons?  Wherefore I not only have my sincere doubts about this scenario, but am bound to discard it, or else make some real improvements upon it.

  11.  (For at at all times here I am humoring man, myself of course I know better.) 

  12.  And this we can suggest with the M section of figure 71-8, as well as figure 71-10 here below.  In both of these I am utilizing the core of the atoms along with whatever passes in the wake around them.

          FINITE DUST

  1. And so you may have noticed that I did away with the electrons, scrapping them for what I conceive in the term of "finite dust".  And to explain what I mean with finite dust, it in all reality is a term for that for which there exist no term.

  2. What thus shall we present for a nature of the finite dust?  Shall it be little points of matter as the term conveys?  Hardly so, since the term is but a crux for lack of something of which we have no conception.

  3. May it as such be a solid, a liquid or a gas, or none of these?  The answer should be; None of these, since these terms apply to nature once it is formed into molecules.  And so what term shall we give it to define its nature?

  4. Personally I do not know of any word or term to describe it, since foremost I do not know.  For just as I cannot tell you what the nature of a spirit is, even though all of us are spirits, so I am somewhat in the dark about what the substance of the atom really is.

  5. But now I did make a revelation, to mention the word; "substance." For in so speaking I am implying that it is a substance.  In my view then I do not perceive it as any solid substance since all movements are able to penetrate it, as well as confine it. And perhaps the universe is filled with it.

  6. Conclusively we might as well quit searching, because that which exists is inconceivable.  This is what Solomon so wisely spoke, and so indeed it is.  As then I have a pretty good idea as to how and why the core remains as a core, and even as a sphere, this is not so with the nature of the atom, or the nature of empty space.

  7.  This has not been revealed to me by the Lord Almighty, and perhaps, or no doubt, for a good reason.   If then it is permissible for me to know, He will reveal the same to me.  But if and when so, I doubt that I would write about it, to share it with the sons of the earth.


  1. And now to the illustrations the atom at M in figure 71-8, as well as the one shown by figure 71-10, not only do they spin and utilize their wake in bonding of one another like as discussed with the notion of electrons on the move.

  2. But I incorporated the most powerful part of the atom namely its core, the area of the atom where the bulk of that so called finite dust resides.  

  3. But now - what shall I pronounce to define all this, how in fact a circle of movement is somehow twisted over into the design that resembles the figure of eight?

  4. No such figure, nor any such movement, or coordinate could take place unless in its due - there is the core, along with its wake, and its spinning movement.  

  5. And rather than enumerating a procedure of it, let it be assumed that such coordinates are born forth by it, since on page 61, I spoke somewhat on this before, a few words too many perhaps.

  6. First let us see how this configuration within the atom presents a much greater power than any electron shell could produce. For as we recall the figure of eight is the dominant rule of all suns, planets and magnets. 

  7. And while these - (being in the third magnitude,) - utilize a component factor in locking themselves within the above, there is no such component factor in the first magnitude of nature wherein the atom is found.  

  8.   But as we know from magnets the flow of movement that presents the power of it, is not only along the circumference of the eight, but centered in its whole - in the linear flow that is born forth by it.

  9. This is correct for our standard magnets, while the atoms as magnets are more complicated due to their rapid rotation, by which manifold coordinates may be born - that is not without other atoms in conjunction with it.

  10. As shown by figure 71-8 at P, the power of the magnets being in the linear. Wherefore by M in the same illustration (as well as figure 71-9) the flow of power is in and out of the page, with the core at the heart of it, the very center of which is also the point in which the coordinate crosses over, just as it does everywhere.

  11. Here then is where the real power comes in with a core to back it up.  Nor is it at just two points where others of the same nature and configuration may be held, since the coordinate of eight is never at all a single line of movement but flaring out to hold others at various angles.

  12. In addition then to all this there is that wake which is born forth by the spinning movement of the core, that so called finite dust which is not collected and held by the core spun around as were it electrons on the move.

  13. And as such held within the confines of its coordinate, or multiple coordinates as it mostly is.  Wherefore it is not in charges from one to the other but the whole of the atom being a single unit in itself.

  14. The how and the why then for the core of the atom to become like a firm ball or sphere should be obvious in the fact that the coordinate of eight "quells" upon it. (Not exactly but similar to our earth as a ball.)

  15. To quell then is exclusively found with the figure of eight, both in magnetic as well as with electric, the latter then only when it is in use, while with magnetic it is in the atom, not in molecules. Regular third order magnets do not quell, but establish their hold by what I defined as "curvature."

  16. The core of any atom thus - is the heart and power center of the atom, with the rest all part of it

  17. We are aware of magnets how these hold their substance quite well, and when loose enough draw it into a sphere. As then they spin, the residue that is not directly within the area of the quell is as such driven forth around the core relevant to its coordinate and direction of rotation.

  18. We now at times in relevance to the atom spoke of a notion called "Intrinsic."  Since then there is no such thing in the laws of motion, the time has come for us to discard the same, realizing how all substance within the atom is held in check by its magnetic or conductive coordinates. 

  19. I may have used the term in the past, but as a crux for something that I did not at the time wish to mention.  The better notion would be to say; "quell." But then that does not come about except by a magnetic entity.

  20. The very basic of any atom thus is its core under the compression of its own coordinate, its internal movement that as such is induced upon it, and relevant to its surroundings.  By this each atom has its own signature, and unless split apart, or joined with others, will retain that signature.

  21.   The ideal of man therefore to have a core of positive parts, with negative parts surrounding it, is no different than for the Stork to deliver babes, or Santa to come down a chimney.

  22.   And just as a stork does not have the power to even carry a baby, so there are no only positive nor only negative parts, nor as such neutral parts.  Nor do electrons have the capacity to lift even a single atom.

  23. In my judgment it is time for us to grow up from a stork to a full fledged woman with her birth-pains gone she rejoices at the sight of her offspring.

  24. Man acclaims four fundamental forces, while not one of them is correct.  I on the other hand acclaimed but one fundamental force, the 3M, as the second most fundamental force in nature, with the "first" not mentioned.

  25.     Since thus it has become obvious how the atoms are like minute magnets, I must emphasize that there is a difference between the magnetism of them verses those of planets, and stars, as well as our well known regular magnets.

  26. If then we say; magnetism is magnetism. We are wrong in that magnetism is motion by coordinates of, and motion to motion by coordinates comes in various ways.

  27. We must not blind ourselves that everything is on a single scale, but that nature consists of magnitudes, and how each magnitude has its own particulars. And although I could speak more to explain the atom in yet deeper terms, I must not cross a threshold.

  28. Or I might put it in this way; Why should I be alone in doing all the teaching, why not force others to utilize their God given knowledge and ingenuity?  Wherefore I will continue but in giving hints.  

  29. In the restructuring of gasoline it is not only the higher velocity injected into them whereby so much pressure is placed upon the piston, but in their so called magnetic nature as well.

  30. Or should I have said;  In their conductive nature by direction of?  For to put it in that way is the same as saying magnetic, since the same is found to be true in all that is magnetic.

  31. Also, some four years ago (2010), I had a similar discussion on page 63 under "Atomic bonding," when as yet I had no realization of the atom as I do now

  32. No doubt the question on one's mind will be how I  justify the manner of the atom as I have shown? That  justification then lies in the laws of motion and how these are displayed throughout all of nature.  

  33. But why should I have to justify what is so obviously displayed in nature?

  34. There are such things as photocells where when the light of the sun falls upon it electricity is formed. And how is it not that by a linear flow circulars are born?

  35.  When we scuff our feet upon an carpet we will be electrified. Or when we see the clouds making circles there is bound to be lightning. For here again it is circular from linear's, and visa versa.

  36. Then there is the wind driving a sail, a sail that can be flat as well as circular. And so there is movement of a linear fashion as well as of a circular fashion and how each one can attest to the other.

  37. When one generates electricity, what in fact is he producing if not twisting the lines of magnetic movement into figures of eight.  And how does he do so? By rotating within these lines.

  38. Or in the same with a simple block of steel, pump a continually reversing magnetic field upon it, and you will have again a newly generated series of figures eight end on end, the term for which is electricity.

  39. Draw a figure of eight upon any substance that promotes curvature, and you will have a magnet. Drive a linear movement upon an circular object whereby to cause it to spin, and you will again discover a coordinate after the design of an eight.

  40. With a rubber band in hand shaped in a circle, how easily shall it not be twisted to become a twisted band?

  41. And how many more hints shall I reflect upon?  For I am still angry with the sons of men, and I know from beforehand, how they will ridicule anything and everything that has been placed before them.

  42. I was factually surprised when I visited a relative how he spoke of that fellow in the wheelchair, his last name being Hawkins I believe.

  43. He spoke of him as being a genius, all this while he had not the slightest idea of what the man was speaking of, nor understood anything of him.  Nor of course does this fellow Hawkins himself have any idea of what he himself is speaking of, living in nothing more than a fantasy.

  44. This fellow, following in the footsteps of Einstein, is equally as ignorant, not having any understanding of that in what he is fantasizing upon.  like as Einstein never got anything right, so this fellow.

  45. But for the average person with no knowledge of physics or the sciences to so believe upon him, and others like him, struck me in wonder and sadness for him, and for all like unto him.



FIGURE 71-11

  1. Phenomenal  is a word that barely describes the atom.  Consider any part of the air how it can be full of vibrations the nature of sound.  (Figure 71-11 A)  And at the same time is filled with rotating lines of movement called light. (Figure 71-11 B)

  2. Then there are all those radio waves and television as well as telephone waves encircling the atoms. (Figure71-11-C) And as they are spun around (E) they present rigidity, known as inertia. (D)

  3. Then set in linear movement, (F) they are leaning in towards gravitational pull. (G) And with their conductive motion they attach themselves to many other atoms. (71-11-H)


  1. Like there are many letters in an alphabet, each one to describe something different, forming whole words and sentences; so the atoms are of different volumes and coordinates to make for molecular formations that from a single cell range up to entire galaxies.

  2. And all this is powered by a single so called movement.  And while we do not know what that movement is, I said; "So called," since it displays itself as movement.

  3. From here we have smell, (S) and taste, (T) as well as feeling. (Y).  Then by taking a hold of that movement by lines of, we obtain electricity, and induce steel into magnets.

  4. And we breathe it selecting the oxygen atoms out from among those of nitrogen.  And so our whole bodies are made up from these many parts in their many various arrangements.

  5. A very slight rearrangement then can make something good, or poison, or tasty or not so. It can be good smelling or odious, hard or soft.

  6. But to think of them, and to create all these various combinations can only be of the Lord our God who has the wisdom for it. And that not only as if they were operating by themselves, but He made his creatures subject to it, and relevant to it.


  1. Why may it be that steel is so heavy?  Most obviously because there are so many within a given space, and being packed together so closely each one of them contributes to the pull of g.

  2. Then also because these contain large volumes held by a multiple coordinate of conductive movements that as such make for a strong magnetic, or conductive hold.   The larger the volume of the atom, the more power it can exert, just as a large magnet is stronger than a small one.  

  3. And it also depends on how well its coordinate is drawn upon it, and in what temperature it resides.  When therefore atoms are very well packed together, the power of each one of them is enhanced as well.  Like we would say pure metals verses cast iron

  4. So thus it is not only in the number of atoms per given space, but their arrangement adds or takes away from the whole, be it in strength, or in gravitational pull, the latter being its weight.

  5. There is this notion that when a metal conducts electricity how there are so called free electrons moving through the metal.  But that is completely impossible.

  6. By Figure 71-12, there are six atoms of metal, with the electricity passing over them. The electricity is nothing more than a coordinate, a formation of magnetic lines at angular movement around the perimeters of the atoms, illustrated by the heavy lines after the figure of eight.

  7. Then in a crude way by the less heavy lines between the atoms I mean to demonstrate the many lines of conductive movement by which all these parts are held together.  I then mean to emphasize upon you how that whole space is utterly filled with the grid of that so called magnetic flux.

  8. We could not even drop a speck of dust within this area without it becoming subject to these lines of magnetic movement, and nothing of any kind, proton, or electron, or whatever could move itself in the least of ways to free itself from these conductive lines of movement.

  9. And so we have all this conductive (magnetic) motion holding the atoms together, with a greater then, or overall, formation of magnetic -- induced upon it, encircling the whole relevant to the size of the bar or wire.

  10. Just as a fly falling into a spiders web is not able to move, being caught in the web, so the magnetic flux between these atoms will hold anything and everything into place. 

  11. If then anything is to invade their space these must first of all to be heated to the point where other atoms (impurities) may mix with them, but never at any time or any place will it be so called electrons, since foremost such crickets exist only in the mind of man, and nowhere else.

  FIGURE 71-12

  1. As then there is no use for any so called electrons outside of the atom, we may in fact have our steel bar. For if any of them left-- there would not be any atoms to make for steel.

  2. Nor therefore shall that rotational magnetic entity, also called electricity, be just a single line, shown by figure 71-12, but as it turns it consists of multiple figures of eight, which when in use will begin to quell upon these atoms of metal. 

FIGURE 71-13

  1. This is what figure 71-13 is to illustrate.  Obviously, as that overall formation of magnetic begins to compress, or better said, to quell upon those atoms, they will be agitated and resist it in terms of RAM, (Relative angular movement) meaning heat.


  1. How can one have a discovery of an electron, when in the first place these do not exist? Michelson and Morley made an experiment, and they could not figure it out even though it was dead simple.  

  2. Then another one named Einstein, thought to make the movement of light susceptible to gravity, which in my view is criminal to even suggest the same since the true refraction of light can be seen every single day as the sun moves below the horizon, and by any prism.

  3. But equally foolish it is to have atoms holding onto one another by electricity, when all the phenomena in nature comes to disprove it. If therefore we claim to have eyes we are blatant criminals to even suggest the same.

  4. And when by Fig 73-P you have whole atoms, or partial atoms passing through a magnetic field, their deflection will be according to the orientation of these parts.

  5. If then any of these parts as chunks of some unstable atom is without an coordinate upon it, it for that natural reason will pass straight on through.  

  6. So how does man interprets his experiments when he has yet to learn how to open his eyes?


  1. Then for that experiment by which electrons were discovered, (Fig 73-D).  There is a difference in placing a magnet next to an electrical current within a glass tube, verses when it is next to a metal wire conductor.

  2. When you place a magnet next to a wire with an electrical current, that wire though it is supposed be only negative electrons on the move, is not only going to pull to the positive side of that magnet, but to the negative as well

  3. That all in itself clearly proves these so called negative electrons, are just as much positive as negative.

  4. Whereas when we place the same magnet next to a flow of electricity within a glass enclosure, that flow of current is free to move about because its conductor is a gaseous one rather than the solid copper of a wire.  

  5. And as such when the magnet acts upon that flow of electricity it is not seen to move back and forth. And that because electricity itself is invisible, and that which may be observed by illumination is in a rotating mode.

  6. Then for any push or pull of that magnet upon any flow of electricity - the results depend on how that magnet is situated in respect to that flow of electricity - be it one of its poles, or the equatorial region of that magnet.

  7. When the current faces the polar areas of a magnet, there will be a push pull confrontation. When on the other hand the current faces the equatorial region of the magnet - it will simply be pulled towards it, the direction of movement from the current joining with that of the magnet.

  8.  These simple experimental facts thus indicate how man's so called flow of electrons will at all times vibrate back and forth to and from any pole of a magnet. 

  9. The illustration Fig 73-D, where it states; "Discovery of electron," is therefore no more than an erroneous observation by persons with no understanding of fundamentals in neither what electricity is, nor what magnetic is.

  10. The reason then that I called men to be liars, as well as criminally orientated, is because the truth is so clearly seen by any magnet held next to any flow of electrical.

  11. How curious thus that man's so called electrons act positive as well as negative. And that not only with an alternating current but with a direct current as well.

  12. These little rascals are definitely violating their master's dictation.  Nor, so any judge will remark to them, shall it be proper for them to make their master's out for liars.

  13. And how will these electrons be sentenced to have made mince-cake out of their master's dictation upon them? Their answer in their own defense will be; "It is of our master to call us only negative, as for us we know of no such thing."

  14. "Discovery of the electron," so it is said. But what did they discover, when that little rascal behaves itself equally as much as a proton and electron?  Or is experimental reality of no account? 

  15. Do I have to repeat it, how man's - negative only parts in all respects, and in every experiment behave equally as much as positive parts?   

  16. For that electric wire next to a magnet does vibrate back and forth telling us in no uncertain way that these rascals are as much positive as they are negative.   

  17. Therefore did I judge these men past or present, to be liars and cheats.  Or if not so - to be without eyesight, to in all that time - not to have realized and acted upon the truth so clearly and openly displayed.

  18. I am truly ashamed of man, not only of those that formulated these fantasies, but of those that believed upon their fantasies as well, seeing how the facts to the contrary for all these years has been staring them in the face.

  19.   All things aside, by now we should be well aware that there is no such thing as electricity by a flow of electrons. And seeing how the same is disproved by everything in nature, therefore it is that I called it; "An outright, as well as vicious lie."

  20. I now do not have a devious mind, but I can pretty well imagine what sort of defense might be brought forth. That it is not by the electrons that the wire vibrates before a magnet, but in the magnetic motion associated with the electricity to cause a push and pull on the wire.

  21. Devious indeed.  Only it will not hold water.  For how is it that these electrons on the move create such a magnetic force to have both polarities when -- they are only negative?

  22. By the illustration Fig 72-7, here below, when they are wound in a circle around a metal bar these so called electrons on the move will induce a "LINEAR" magnetic flow of movement upon that piece of metal. That we agree with.

  23. But there is no such metal with that simple straight piece of wire, is there?   Nor is that magnetism associated with the electricity anything the likes of what makes a magnet a magnet.  It is no more than magnetism going in a circle.

  24. A magnet presents two circles connected at a single center which is not what is found around the wire to associate with these free moving electrons.   It is no more than a circular field. And how is that to have poles like a north and a south?

  25. Or will one acclaim that when the little rascals are going one way, they make for negative circles, and going in the other way they change their makeup to make for positive circles? Or in part of the turn be electrons, while in the rest of the turn it are protons?  But how is electricity a flow of protons, and electrons?

  26. It is a circular magnetic movement - what man shows to associate with electricity, - and in order for anything magnetic to move into the linear there must be a linear magnetic, something in the way of magnetic that moves straight on, not in a circle.

  27. And where in these circles may there be a line of force at a ninety degree angle whereby that wire may move to and from any magnet?  For in anyone's book in order to move by a straight line, one must have a force that pulls or pushes by a straight line.

  28. And so our question becomes;  "Where in that circle is that straight line?" We are not going to wait for an answer. But on page 74, by Figure 73-3, we will provide mankind with the proper version in how a current carrying wire comes to vibrate before a magnet.

  29.   Have I now said enough, or need I bring forth more proof?  In my judgment the reality of a magnet held next to an electric wire is more than enough.  


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