CHAPTER 78        (Oct 2014)             INDEX TO OTHER PAGES


  1. Below is an illustration from Peter Reid. (Fig PR) His comment below reads; "The earths north magnetic pole is in fact a south pole.  North pole on compasses points towards it."

  2. I now understand where you are coming from Peter, nor are you alone in this, but it could just be that the reversal is in the compass rather than the earth.  

  3. When the compass was made, no matter what its polarity was, they painted the needle red (for north) simply because that end pointed to the north.

  4. And so let us see who is to err, the compass or the earth. If you Peter are right than the compass is also right, but if you are wrong than the compass is also wrong, or simply that it was not designed to show its own direction of movement, but to show the earth's movement in where to find the north.  Does that Peter makes sense? 


  1.  The compass of course as nothing more than a tiny magnet will align itself with like directions of. Wherefore in reference to Figure 77-5, when we are at point X, we are in the middle of those loops that for direction of flow is downward from earth's north to earth's south.

  2. The magnetic needle therefore in its direction of magnetic flow will align itself with that of the earth.  And for that magnetic needle it means a reverse of its polarity. 

  3. And that obviously so, since earth's direction (as K,) and all movement that comes inward to a magnet are considered to be the south, wherefore the incoming into the magnetic needle at CS, has to be the south of it, and - is the south of it

  4.  The direction thus to which the needle points, although it is to the North for the earth, it for itself is the southern pole. As then at X the needle points, up when placed at location Y, or Z, it would point down, all because of its alignment, alikes to join, which is as -- like directions to join.

  5. And so which one shall we call reversed, the earth or the needle?  In all reality the polarities of the earth or of any magnet, even as it is with electricity, are but a point of view, the manner in which we view things.

  6. Since then there must be a north, as well as a south,  and how it is already accepted for that which is called the; "North pole," to be the north, so let it be. And since it is likewise an accepted view for the area where the movement is outgoing as the north, so let that be as well.

  7. In all reality is not possible for a magnetic needle sitting on the side of the earth to have its north - point north.  It must of sheer necessity have its south point to the north. 

  8. But there is yet another way by following the direction of the flow of movement.  Let us by Figure 77-Reid have a rectangular magnet.  

  9. At this point now we do not know which side of that magnet is north or south, just as we do not as yet know which polar end upon the earth its north might be.  Wherefore we take a compass, like at point X, that then turns to have its south pointing to the magnet. 

  10. From this we conclude that the North upon our magnet must indeed be as marked.  Then let us take that compass and slowly move it towards the Y location.  And as we do so our compass turns keeping its south pointing to the north of the magnet.  And from there to location Z  it turns another 45 degrees keeping its south pointing to the north of the magnet.

  11. The flow of motion thus as we conjecture must be from N to M, based on the premise that the "direction" of the magnetic flow is always  coming out of the north and going into the south.  And in this case by our illustration it does so.

  12. But there is something very wrong here, our compass at location Z, has its west pointing east, and its east pointing west, as well as its north and south in a reverse as to how it will show when, taken away from the magnet and instead placed within the magnetic flow of the earth.

  13. Our magnet therefore to simulate the earth for its polarities could be in error. Yet at location X, the compass shows all of its markings in the right direction.  

  14. And if we moved it on the other side of our magnet it will have its markings again exactly the same at it shows at above it at point X.  But is this correct, or are we missing something?


  1. When we face north - west is always to our left, and east is always to our right. Are we therefore correct about our compass at location X to have its marking in the right direction of?  The answer is no, it is not correct.  For we went by the assumption as if the compass were correct, with our earth in question.

  2. If thus at Z, we turn the compass around it will show its east, west, north, and south in the right direction. And moving it up to Y and X, it will continue to keep all of its markings in the right direction, remembering that in all reality the compass is at all times 180 degrees from what the illustration shows.

  3. A true compass when placed upon the north polar cap will have its north pointing to the ground, and its east and west reversed, as it must be.  

  4. Since therefore the compass in its directions of is at all times correct when our earth north is north, but not so when the compass has its north marked as north, it is the compass to have reverse markings.

  5. And why not so, since our earth was here long before a compass, which had to be constructed and marked after the nature of the earth.   Conclusively, our north "is" magnetic north upon the earth. (Fig 77-poles has the flow reversed)

  6. And our compasses are labeled with a north upon their southern pole.  Wherefore in this case Peter you are in error.


  1. To this day I have not seen a single illustration by any man of the magnetic fabric of the earth to be correct.  None of the illustrations here (77-A, 77-B, 77-C, 77-D) shown are correct, but very much in error.

  2. The evidence for it may be seen each and every day as we behold the tides to go up and down on both sides of the earth simultaneously.



  1. Our reference now will be to Figure 77-6, for since it is the phenomena of the tides to prove me right, I must once again explain the reality thereof.

  2. The tides occur because the moon for its weight and movement places a strain upon the magnetic fabric in the area between itself and the earth, that causes the tide under the moon.  

  3. Then because the pattern of any and all magnetic lines being by a figure of eight, it is the cause and reason why there is a tide on precisely the opposite side of the earth. For as the handles of a pair of scissors are closed in so its cutting edges will be closed in.

  4. This then - in reference to Figure 77-6, must always be held as a law if you will, that wherever a line of magnetic exits the earth at point A, it will likewise exit at point C, and no place else. And the same goes for B, and D.

  5. All because that line is a "SINGLE LINE," a "single circle in eight," and not two circles.  Any one line of magnetic when twisted over, can only be after the design of an eight. Wherefore when any one side is deformed so the other side will likewise be deformed.

  6. And this again, so I repeat to say; is because -- it is one  movement, a single movement, which at all times by equilibrium centers itself on the object that it inhibits.   

  7. When therefore the moon elongates line "a" to become line (ab), and the line has shifted from E to A, and from F to B, it has likewise shifted from G to C, and from H to D. 


  1. The distance that exist between A, and B, must therefore be the same between C and D. There are no ifs nor buts about this, unless one can prove that there is but a single tide upon the earth.

  2. And likewise the total length in circumference of line "ab", from the center of the earth to point L, will be the same as it is from earth's center to point K.  If this were not so there would not be two simultaneous equal tides on both side of the earth, one under the moon, and one on the far side.

  3. Our usual illustrations therefore made of the earth's magnetic fabric are far from reality. Our 15 km velocity into the solar wind may cause some pressure upon our magnetic fabric, but not anything like as it is usually shown.   Some seem to think that going through space is like a boat in water.

  4. If therefore we are to show it, we should by no means forget our moon and how it simultaneously places an elongation upon our fabric on both sides of the earth from wherever that moon may be in its 29 day rotation around us.

  5. This is what is lacking in illustration 77-D, where the frontal lines do not even reach the moon, and the backside is missing as well.  And when the moon has moved by a quarter in its orbit, how then will we show the magnetic fabric of our earth?

  6. By this illustration the moon would be completely out of the so called 'Magnetosphere', and, as if it were completely out of the earth's magnetic fabric, which is completely impossible.


  1. Nor is it of our magnetic lines to stretch, for if they did then our moon would be long gone from us. Nor therefore would these lines come to their elongation, by consequence of it, we would never have our tides.

  2.   So if we are to make an illustration let us pattern it after reality. It will look a lot better, and show us for the better in knowledge of.  Not that this is so with all persons, as I heard of some so called experts, "that the moon is not magnetic."

  3. That in my view is a very ill statement, seeing how the moon is so nicely round; how did it come to be  sphere?  And having the guts to say that there is gravity upon the moon, but no magnetic, is like saying; that he drove his car home without any wheels upon it.

  4. Magnetic force is the very power of gravity, without magnetic force gravity is none existent.  And while the moon has no axis of rotation, they interpret its orbital movement as a rotation.  It then may be a rotation, but one without an axis of, or the earth is its axis of rotation.

  5. And that fact should be obvious, even as the stretching of our magnetic fabric to have a long tail of it hanging behind us in the solar wind is but a fantasy, and not anything to reality.

  6. Where then the North polar area is upon the moon, I do not know.  By Figure 77-6 I showed it downwards towards our southern pole, since in that fashion the lines of movement of both the earth and the moon align most perfectly with one another.

  7. Whereas by Figure 77-7, I have it reversed, to be like unto the polarity of the earth, in which case the earth will no less hold onto the moon, but with the pattern of its magnetic lines in a difference of. Since now the lines in an outgoing flow from both north's are to join themselves at area K.

  8. This is the area where atoms bond by the pattern now known as X, the crossover, where electricity also has its crossover (X). 

  9. When therefore these lines join with the moon pulling on us, the same elongation takes place, with no change in our tides, since of course the weight of the moon did not change, nor did its orbital velocity.


  1. For only a greater orbital velocity, or greater weight of the moon, would bring our waters to a higher tide, like as when both the moon and the sun are pulling upon is for a greater tide. The same thing then that we set for a standard, and a law of by Figure 77-6, applies here.  

  2. Line Y, at both sides of the earth, is one single line, even as line X is a single line at both sides of the earth.  At any time when we deform the line at any one side, it will be so on the other side, provided its exits the earth at equal points upon the earth.

  3. By that I mean, a line can and may be somewhat deformed on one side and not so on the other side when on that one side it is affected by some other magnetic field.  But whatever deformation we may bring upon it, with other magnets etc, the total length of that line will remain the same on both sides, as will the points by which they exit.

  4. We must never forget, how the eight of force is  No:1. Self centering.  No:2. Singular.  No:3. pliable, but none stretching. No:4. An individual residing upon a host, and not from and by that host. No:5. That it inhibits and encompasses a host at full equilibrium.

  5. Where then I said; "None stretching," it is reasonable to assume that in the case of an atom spinning at a higher and higher rotation, its coordinate expanding, flaring outwards, that the same is then stretched.  Or with a high voltage in electricity where it is equally stretched?

  6. That may indeed sound reasonable, but not when we consider ourselves held by the sun, nor the moon held by us. If in these cases the lines were to stretch, there would be no elongation to lift our waters by.   And so I said; "None stretching."

  7. But how then do we explain the case with electricity at a high voltage of, and the atoms in their expanding mode?  We cannot be wrong with the moon since to this day it is still with us. Or shall we conclude that these lines can be stretched but only to a certain degree of?

  8. If so, our moon would begin to orbit at a greater distance from the earth, verses a none stretching.  But why to a certain degree of? For it seems that as we close one lid we open a new bucket of worms.  

  9. It seems to me that the velocity, the speed at which they are cast around has something to do with it.  It is after all so that these expansions of the magnetic coordinates only occur at increased velocities.  

  10. And so what may that reality be?   For we are not talking about some plastic strings, nor anything made of fibers, but about motion, and not just any motion, but fundamental movement.

  11. I may have the answer but if nothing else here is something to pain ourselves with, and let our experimenters have their way., as no doubt some will.


  1. With reference to Figure 77-1, magnetic differs from electric, in that while a magnetic entity normally spins along an axis in alignment with its polarity, electric on the other hand spins by an axis over its equatorial region.  Not that there really is an axis with an electrical current, but by figure of speech.

  2. And in reference to Figure 77-2, the question is to the shape of the atom. When it spins normally at the average temperature it makes sense to conclude upon its shape as that of a ball or a sphere.

  3. But when made to spin at higher and higher revolutions, with its coordinate of eight expanding into a larger reach, the natural direction thereof would be at a ninety +


  5. degree angle away from the axis.

  6. Wherefore as such the expansion is foremost in the equatorial region, with less at the polar areas. Our earth also bulges at its equator, while the velocity of its rotation is rather minor, compared to atoms.

  7. The question then becomes; if this has any effect upon the mass of the atom itself, its body?  Will it become like unto the oval shown in the broken line, or maintain its spherical shape?

  8. It is not that the lines are stretched, but rather so I believe "grown" upon themselves, like as when another magnet adds its lines to lengthen them, that here "velocity adds movement to movement in both size and shape."

  9. Oblong or round, so is the question. But in some atoms it may even be more profound.



  1. The reason now that I even speak of multiple coordinates lies in the fact, how for example our sun does not just show a single coordinate of eight but a complex of multiples, as illustrated by figures 77-R5, and 77-R6.

  2. I realize that the sun is a very large body, and that it can contain a number of segments within that star each having their magnetic coordinate, wherefore the magnetic lines as they appear on the surface are so radically complicated.

  3. And partially so for the earth, its magnetic coordinate also is not just a simple cut and dry figure of eight, but with multiples at various locations.   If anything the figure eight of force within such objects appear anything but simple like as we find with our usual magnets.


  1. So how may this apply to the atom whereby it is enabled to connect to as many as six points all at once?  The atom of Hydrogen may be considered a single eight, but even Oxygen, even though it ranks among the lighter ones seem to have a multiple format.

  2. On page 69, by figure 69-7, 7B, and 7C,  I did some experimenting to get some idea, but if they are correct stands to be seen.  If then I did not explain myself properly we may as yet do so here by Figures 77-R8.  It may be that as the atom spins (its north out of the page) that the coordinate itself is stationary and locked onto others by and at points X.

  3. Normally, by a standard eight the crossing is an X, but here at the four crossover points they are like a plus (+) which is so because they do not physically cross like an eight, but at some distance, the whole cloverleaf being a single movement which is to be seen three dimensionally.


  1. This may be enhanced by Figure 77-R9, looking at it from a side view.  The movement from north and around to south also thus inhibits that atom, which as such may be spinning along with the atom.  It then may be in the spin of the atom that feeds the patterns of movements, forming them.  The atom being one thing, the coordinate another.

  2. All this now may just be wishful thinking and be right or wrong, or partially right and wrong.  For other than that the atom spins, and that the directionally conductive coordinate is affixed upon it, is quite apparent. And that there must be a multiple formation is also quite apparent, but exactly how-so remains a question.

  3. This thus is something for us to chew on along with everything else that I have spoken, a guideline if you wish.   If nothing else, I have given those to come after me a bucket of worms to play with, to catch fish as they wish.


  1. The states of matter and how these are, is God's secret, and I venture to say will remain a secret to the mind of man for at least the time that is as yet to come, the seventh millennium.

  2. I then am speaking of the full truth in the matter, for by the time I will have finished this thesis we will partly know, and have some guidelines by which to conduct ourselves, a route to follow, but no more.  For as I spoke previously regarding those many coordinates in how and what they were.

  3. I contemplated upon it if perhaps this may not be wise to ask of the Lord my God to grant me a full knowledge thereof. For so I thought; This is not for man to have a full knowledge of, for it would reveal far too much, and likewise reveal that which I at all times am keeping from them.

  4. If then I knew, would I not then be tempted to speak a few words, too many words, as on occasion I have done, and afterwards erased them?  So it was in my judgment that it would not be proper for man to have such a full knowledge of these things, and I am to suffer for it on account of man. 

  5. Therefore it was that I did not make my request of Him, but that it might remain a secret.  I now do not doubt that after me men will come to tinker with it, and some may find right answers, with others wrong answers. And when so, if the Lord will grant more of His secrets to another, so that person will indeed be blessed, and have its pain along with it.

  6. But as I look upon mankind in this day and age, they are not even worthy that I should furnish them with the guidelines that I am about to place before them. But I will do so if only to show how the wisdom of man is but folly, and that all good knowledge comes of God.

  7. Man has come up with a complete store of information on every element, much of which may very well be correct, like weights and measures, and how one element will react with the other. All this obtained simply by experiment. But when it comes to fundamentals something more than an experiment or a calculator is needed.

  8. In that event, a righteous soul is needed, a faith in one's Creator, and the humility to ask of Him is needed. For who would want to reveal His secrets to the unworthy, to such as make a mockery of His name? And it is partly for that reason that I consented to provide these guidelines, to portray them for what they are.

  9. Call it vengeance if you will, or retribution, it is all part of it. And if I sound like a man with little regard for the name of man, it is for them that in their arrogance and pride live but in a dream-world, whom by the error of their teachings are corrupting many souls, to believe upon what are but fantasies.

  10. And so I should embark upon "guidelines," and that in "the states of matter." And guidelines they will be, for I will enumerate the facts and how these correlate to one another, so that we may take it from there.

  11. Fact number one is, that magnets are magnets, and conductive movement is conductive movement. And yes you concur, but these few words are far more reaching than anyone has yet imagined.  

  12. For if any one magnet will draw or repel from any other magnet, then let that be a standard or a law to apply to all that is magnetic.

  13. It is a law with the atoms of steel to not let go of one another except by force.  And it is in water where these molecules will not separate except by force, all because these follow the rules of magnetic. If now man would follow the rules of magnetic it would be a miracle.

  14. But are these molecules of water indeed following the rules of their own magnetic? For while they do so with two of H and one of O, why not more upon the open ends of their magnetic movement?  

  15. As then we conclude that these will indeed accept more upon their open ends, but only when their rate of movement has been decreased to the point we call freezing, the water turning into ice.

  16. And so there is more to magnetic, than just magnetic to realize that speed and/or velocity plays a dominant role.  We have another term for it, namely; "temperature."  

  17. If then we duly come to realize how temperature as heat - is in fact nothing other than a degree of movement, in how fast or how slow that may be, we have at least one home-run.

  18. And for another, that magnetic in one - is in one, while magnetic in two or more - is magnetic in two or more, with this meaning that when parts like atoms are bound in multiples, how their magnetic coordinate may have their main drive focused on each other, leaving but some or little of their drive to unused areas in their circumference.

  19. This I know is a mouth-full, which then is contiguous upon the rate of movement in which they may be found, like Oxygen when it is in the gaseous state appears to play neutral to all others of its kind for any connection to them.

  20. But in its liquid state it clearly demonstrates its magnetic nature, and how it has opened itself up for attraction and repulsion to other magnetic entities.

  21. But nothing is simple, that it should be so with all other elements, like as with Nitrogen who in its liquid state has no intention of opening its linear drive up to other magnets. And so there are a multitude of molecular arrangements whereby they join with one another, but not to others.

  22. All of these are by the one and same conductive movement since in conductive movement there is repulsion as well as attraction, and equally as much neutrality, that again in turn is governed by the rate of movement that alters the coordinate within and upon atoms and molecules whereby they may be bound or ignore to be bound.

  23.  "Directional conductive movement," so I said, and yes it is apparent by all that is magnetic. Since therefore it is directional, there is as much movement which is none conductive, as there is conductive movement.

  24. Molecular coordination in its greater formation singular or by number of, has an uncanny way of showing its exterior borders as were they neutral to conductive as well as none conductive movement. This no doubt for its fundamental scope as a deep secret will remain a secret.

  25. Then there are those molecules like gasoline, when we drive a spark in it, a higher movement that is, the gasoline seems to ignore it, it is not going to undue it molecular formation just for it.  But with oxygen added to it, that oxygen seems to be the grim reaper with a long sword to cut to ribbons whatever it wishes to embark upon.

  26. And so what is in that coordinate of oxygen that it so readily reacts with other elements, and also how it serves us for life support?  And yet it can also kill, to be like a poison. For so I am told that if three of these atoms combine together they become toxic. 

  27. How marvelous therefore these so called magnetic coordinates are - that in one or two their pattern means life and well being to us, but in three it becomes harmful. 

  28. And so there are a host of differences in all these patterns of coordinates, even by their so called areas of neutral, where the power of their magnetic drive in all the various substances ranges anywhere from zero to full power.

  29. Examples of this may be found with gravel, and with peas, rock, and such things in nature how each one of these are parts bound by conductive movement, and yet once formed these shut out all others, not wishing to adhere to one another, like the grains of wheat, or rice, or apples, and the like.

  30. For we do know that their entire volume is made up of atoms, whereby their very outer edges are all atoms the like, and while the inside ones adhere to one another, the outside ones act like a neutral shell for all others.

  31. Take for example our pancake mix as nothing but flower and water, all of these molecules floating freely alongside one another, but when a little heat is applied unto them they come to connect to one another and assume the solid state of matter.

  32. This is like if we placed a million tiny magnets on a table none of which having any intention of locking onto one another. Yet when we take a torch and heating them, then they begin to show their magnetic nature by adhering to one another.

  33. I keep talking to you about atoms in the way of magnetic, as indeed they are in the nature thereof. But I don't feel right in constantly mentioning the term of magnetic in this fundamental realm of nature.  But how do I explain myself, for yes I have said that there is magnetic, and there is magnetic. But I hardly think that anyone actually gets my meaning of it.

  34. And so allow me to put it in other ways. Let us get away from pronouncing the term of magnetic in and around the atom and molecules, to confine ourselves to directionally conductive movement, and let us abbreviate it to DCM.   For to keep thinking about them in the term of magnetic as it is normally understood, does not present to us the right picture. 

  35. And yet we cannot abandon it either since the fundamentals of DCM are the same in magnetic and in electric, as it is in all things, even in gravity, and the wind to blow upon our faces, or the steps we take to move from one place to another.

  36. Understand that DCM is found throughout all of nature, in all of its three magnitudes. Our sun is, our earth is, and the red corpuses in our blood are, even so the atoms are.   As then in the first magnitude, in the fundamental realm, DCM is the proper term, by the time we get to the third magnitude, that DCM becomes more realistic in the term of magnetic.

  37. If now I have not properly explained myself, I can do no better, other than that all of these are varied by the varied speed or velocity upon them, and whether these be single or in multiples.  

  38. Let us then have a look at our air.   It, so we found out, consists mainly of Nitrogen and Oxygen. These two elements are very unique in the coordinate that rests upon them. Are they then as dual atoms in all elements inclusive water and the like, and in our lungs to separate molecules rather than atoms of Oxygen?


  1. These two atoms (as illustrated) seem to have a very good hold of one another, and assuming their polarities are in the horizontal, a north to a south in the middle of them, that also means that there must be a north and a south polar area on the outside. (looking at it horizontally)

  2. How come therefore these do not cling to more and more atoms of the same, since to us it is a fact that magnets are magnets, and for oxygen in liquid state they do indeed do so.  

  3. But normally at air temperature these remain aloof from one another. And so what gives with these atoms as DCM to at normal temperature have as such a neutral shell around them?

  4. Thank God they do, lest otherwise our air would be a solid. But it is for us to figure out just "how" they do so, in what way these coordinates are shaped, or operate to allow for it.  The one thing that we are not going to do is; pay heed to man's sharing electron theory.

  5. This came about, so it is said of a man named Gilbert Newton Lewis who, quote;  "First proposed the idea that a pair of electrons could be shared between two atoms. He saw that this sharing would forge a link between them, and that such a bond would result in both atoms having their outermost energy levels filled with electrons."

  6. And now his followers proclaim saying; "Chemistry for kids." Then relay to them their fantasies instead of teaching them not to trust them.  And while the first was in error, those which followed him shot more and more holes in the boat, whereby it was guaranteed to sink.

  7. I now drew up an illustration Figure 77-8, not to convey to us, that it is so, but to serve as a guideline by which we must keep ourselves if we are to make for any home-run. By A, I drew man's version, which as such leaves open terminals for other atoms to connect upon.

  1. By B, I drew what I for so long envisioned for the atoms of Oxygen, the cloverleaf coordinate that in effect shuts out, or covers up their polarities, leaving the outer circumference more like a neutral to all others of its kind.  

  2. When therefore the speed of their internal movement is brought so low to form a liquid, (Noted C.) that coordinate in one way or another is so modified to allow for a draw and/or repulsion upon one or both of their polar areas.

  3. At that point this atom or molecule which at all times was DCM now shows its nature of DCM, or we might say, it opened up, in comparison to B, where it concealed its polarities.  

  4. For here again I must remind us, that these atoms are not so much magnetic as that they are entities of Directionally Conductive Movement, meaning their coordinates are so. But then without a coordinate no atom is ever an atom, even as without DCM nature is not nature.

  5. This then all boils down to matter in motion by coordination, or, Movement, to Movement, and that again to Movement, since that is what nature is.

  6. And now where I said that if the oxygen atom is indeed two atoms it would be so in all compound elements, this need not be true, is it?  For when in the semblance of two it shields its polarities to keep aloof, how will it bind itself to those of hydrogen? 

  7. By the violent upheaval in joining hydrogen to oxygen, the oxygen atom may very well split itself in order to be open for those a hydrogen as a means to connect upon it. And the same in other compound elements.  Still, there remains this secret for all elements, compound or otherwise to in some fashion accept a bond or no bond.

  8. Sand for example are grains containing many thousands of atoms each, all adhering to one another, but in their combination whatever is on their exterior is of little linear power to effectively join with others. For many of them it is not that they are neutral as such, but, as it might be said, of little magnetic power. 

  9. Furthermore, there is also this strategy, that with a limited power of DCM - another molecule, or small number of them, the power may be sufficient to hold a few, but in greater numbers the weight as such becomes too great for them. 

  10. It is after-all a fact that the conductive strength of the various element also varies with their type.   Like steel that will bend, and not easy to break, but silica, of which sand consists, does not have near the conductive strength that an atom of metal has. 

  11. If then we raise the degree of that conductive movement of sand to some 1700 degree Celsius, all of those molecules, which before were but sorted in grains of, now will join to one another and become a whole grid of what we call glass.

  12. And while before these atoms and molecules would dissect the wavelengths of light to give us the illusion of being brownish in color, it will no longer show any color, but allow light to pass without apprehending it.  

  13. In the nature of bonding thus there is as much none bonding as bonding or none conductive as conductive movements

  14. The strength for the molecules of butter to hold to one another is so little that they are parted by the touch, while those of a table cloth have to be torn apart. And how resilient are not those of a carpet or the pavement upon our roads to endure being walked and driven upon.  

  15. And those of a high grade metal to constantly endure the heat of man's engines, turbines and otherwise. Or the molecules upon sandpaper to keep themselves together while being scraped upon, and a thousand plus other examples.

  16. The difference in elements, and how they act under various circumstances seems endless, and our speech to relate them would be endless.  And that even in the little that we do know of atoms with the bulk of it remaining a secret. 

  17. This may not be something for many to agree upon, but then, the foolish know everything while the wise are at all times limited in knowledge.

  18. By Figure  77-R2, just a hint in how bonding and not bonding coincides with directional conductive movement. When on the exterior it appears more like C, there is a free floating, while if it appears more like B, one can be assured of a bonding.


  1. When by Figure 77-R4, the exterior appears like A and B, there may be some adherence, but of little bonding capacity.  The alike movement of those circulars may join because they are directionally conductive. Yet they will not truly adhere to one another, since simply said; they are circular, and as such lack a base to confirm upon.

  2. At C, and D, however we have what truly empowers atoms to move towards and away from one another, whereby also their bonding becomes realistic, namely; the linear flow of conductive movement, and that at all four sides of them.

  3. For a first there are the polar areas, so familiar to us in regular magnets, north to south and south to north, etc. Secondly, there is the crossover, their equatorial sides that also join very well - as we are aware of with that formation of magnetic, which we call electricity.

  4. Notice by the illustration how each one of these lines (broken lines) as they join one with the other pass from center to center, clearly locking themselves. And more so, since these lines are full figures of eight passing around to the other sides, whereby the two figures of eight act just as were they a single line of movement.

  5. How very unique therefore that wave (as man calls it) but coordinate as I call it, is. A linear flow of eight born forth of a circular flow without as much as destroying that circular, but in fact utilizing the very power and movement of that circular. 

  6.   What now have I accomplished?   I have given man a giant step forward, and at the same time taken him back a giant step from what he did know.  For now that he knows much more, he knows less than he ever did.

  7. But I know that many from among men will not see it that way.  For whom am I to teach the educated their way, or that I should be counted among them?  But for what man has accomplished I do not want to be counted among them.

  8. The elite of this world will not in any way give up on their fantasies, for like Solomon said;   "It is like sport to a fool to do wrong, but wise conduct is pleasure to a man of understanding."  

  9. And; "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge; fools despise wisdom and instruction."

  10. Moreover he said: "The way of a fool is right in his own eyes, but a wise man listens to advice."  

  11. "The tongue of the wise dispenses knowledge, but the mouths of fools pour out folly.  

  12. "A fool's mouth is his ruin, and his lips are a snare to himself."

  13. And why should I not along with my brother pronounce such words as are for the life of a man?  

  14. If therefore you will be wise, hear to all that is of wisdom, and keep yourself far from the foolish.

  15. I now with these words am making an end of speaking to leave us with more unexplained things than that I could possibly explain, and with more secrets, than such as were revealed to me.

  16. Let it be for knowledge unto us, and grant to God His grand creation, how by all these marvelous movements in direction of, - there are more variations than we can sum up or decipher.

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