CHAPTER 9       See also page 46         INDEX TO OTHER PAGES

  1. It is said:  "Electricity and electrical charge, as current thought has it, cannot be resolved into anything more fundamental than just that; to be a charge. And that electricity is just one of the physical properties of nature."

  2. If however electricity is as the quotation say's, "a physical property of nature", then it can be expressed, since everything physical can be expressed, and even such things as are not physical properties have definition.

           Common sense reasoning

  1. Truth, or fiction . . . If electricity were a beam of moving electrons, a television set would be more lethal than the radiation of a nuclear bomb.  This statement is correct, confirmed by a number of experiments and the evidence of a host of phenomena.  Shall for example a screen of chicken wire hold out the rain?  

  2. Or can an automobile at 100 million mph take a 90-degree turn without as much as a scratch (Figure 9-1)?  Or shall he that takes away the pitcher and the batter still have a game to play?

  1. If these sentiments seem like fiction, that in the world of science an open screen of wire will indeed hold back the rain, then we best close the book.  Man has spent billions to built accelerators, devices to speed-up particles such as (they erroneously imagine) electrons - to nearly the speed of light.  

  2. But why such devices, why not just let them come out of the end of a wire?  The speed at which electricity proceeds through the wire is still faster; it is in fact, the speed of light. Why then the costly accelerators? 

  3. It now is taught that the electrons as they flow to make for electricity, do not travel at the speed of light but only at one/tenth of that speed.  But that is an interesting notion, for how then do they arrive at their destination ten times as fast as the speed at which they are able to travel  (Figure 9-2)?

  4. What would happen if we placed a person in front of an accelerator to pass the electrons through him?  No doubt it would rearrange so many cells in his body that he would die.  

  5. And would it make much difference if the electrons instead of at a billion km/sec came at 100 million km/sec?  The event might come to him a fraction later but the result is the same.  

  6. It is therefore that I said, "a television tube is more lethal than the radiation of a nuclear bomb"  (Figure 9-3), which is on the assumption of course that electricity is a flow of moving electrons.   

  1. For safety sake we imagine that the TV tube holds in the electrons, (Figure 9-3), but of what sort of mind are we made?  For what makes us think that a screen of four feet open squares will hold back a baseball?  What is glass in its molecular formation that it should hold in particles as minute as electrons?  

  2. The openings within the atoms are like the openings within our solar system (Figure 9-4), how then shall any planet-size rock be prevented from passing through? 


  1. And for another thing to shame us, Electrons, as one sided coins (negative only), on the presumption that they speed back and forth between the anode (Figure 9-5) (A), and the cathode (B) at some 100 million km/sec.  What stops them, and what accelerates them to the tune of 30 million times per second?  What law of nature may account for that?  

  2. And even if this were possible, the scenario would defeat itself in that the magnet is able to deflect that beam anywhere it wishes between its poles.  The electrons - as only negative entities - should not even be able to pass midway through, but be drawn to the positive direction only, or at least so the laws dictates in every other instant.  

  3. It indeed is most ignorant what man has made of electricity to a nature thereof.  His acclaim that it is electrons on the move with some imaginary fluid or putty in the wire conducting a so called charge of electrons - is nothing short of a lie.  

  4. The evidence to the contrary is so vast and so easily seen that I cannot find it in myself to excuse man for this lie and to teach such ignorance to his children.

  5. When somehow I try to comprehend how man can be so deeply in the shackles of folly regarding this simple matter, I am astounded, and I feel so bad for man, that for his accursed pride he has been cast in such a deep pit of ignorance.  

  6. He is bound not merely to correct his textbooks, but to rewrite them altogether.

  7. But what can I do? Yes I can teach him the truth, and the truth will set him free. But man is so deep down in  misery of mind that I came to wonder if even the capacity were yet in him to hear and understand the simple words I will speak to him.  

  8. Will he be able to grasp my elementary definitions, or will he for the pride of his heart scorn me for the grand gift that is awarded him?

  9. And what more must I say to shame us?  I can go on with evidence after evidence, experiment after experiment, logic after logic.  But I rather wish to show what the true nature of electricity is and how in fact it does work.  

   What is electricity?

  1. "Motion."  Simple, plain, and to the point.  The real nature of electricity is motion in the essence of its coordinate, the systematic form by which it is brought forth.  

  2. If only Johnny could have remembered to say this when his teacher asked the class if anyone knew what electricity was, and Johnny very brightly said, "he knew but had forgotten."  But I have not forgotten though it has been many years since. 

  3. With some steel filings around a magnet we are able to observe that there are actual lines of force passing in and around the magnet (Figure 9-6).  Then comes our question: "What are these lines, what are they made of, and how do they follow in that pattern?  

  1. With the help of an electron microscope we can observe the structure formation that exists between atoms and molecules (Figure 9-6 B) These lines, as stationary lines, are real, just as the moving lines shown by the steel filings are real.  

  2. The basis for all these lines then are the minute parts of nature aligning themselves after the inducement of a greater overall coordinate and we might begin with just these minute parts. 

  3. If per example these lines were not real, or not moving, then how were you able to speak with your friend half way removed from you on the other side of the earth?   Something obviously had to be moving in order for your coordinates to arrive so quickly at another place.

  The planetary system

  1. We know what the atom is, but what we may not have realized is the reality why the electrons follow an orbital path.  This angular motion provides the movement and momentum for the fundamental forces and the waves known in nature.  

  2. This motion may then be called; a "potential" (Figure 9-7-C) something at power ready to act but not necessarily engaged to act.  The atom with its speeding electrons is thus a ready and willing potential to lend its power.


  1. We might look at the atom as a factory of sort with "motion" as its "only" product.  And not likely shall it shed its electrons, which would be like a clothing factory to give away its sewing machines no longer able to produce its product.  Or what purpose would it serve if we purchased a car to drive it somewhere, but at the inset we removed its wheels?  

  2. It is against my grains to label something which I know so well in terms that are as yet distant from reality.   And don't get me wrong for I am taking man down to fundamentals more than he deserves for his lies regarding electricity.

  3. Believe me then when I tell you that we need those wheels, the wheels of the atom to produce movement to a greater cause.  The wheels of the atoms may then also be classified as a "momentum", since anything cast upon them may be accelerated thereby (Figure 9-7-D).   

  4. This refers to the interaction between atoms as well as the conduction it serves to forces as the passing of waves (Figures 9-7 C to D).

  5. This is further enhanced by figure 9-8-E, the electrons in their orbital movements provide a line of movement for the coordinate of force.  Magnetic and electrical waves are thus transposed along the perimeter of the atoms (and molecules and greater) utilizing the angular momentum as the engines to linear force.  

  6. It is thus obvious why no lines of force are found to travel along the gridlines, nor will any wave of the E-M spectrum be found to travel there. 

  7. The pathways of nature are thus like express ways wherein there are no obstacles.  In that essence therefore the lines of force in their coordinate are without physical substance, the atoms along the way being the physical entities.  

  8. Sound on the other hand travels very well along the stationary grids, the pressure of our vocal cords causing the cores of the atom to move producing a pressure wave.  (not to be confused with transverse wave)

  9. Electricity, as a wave of the spectrum, ranks with magnetic lines of force as a distinct segment of the E-M spectrum.  This spectrum is divisible into three sections, each of which operates on a particular scale and order of nature.  Light waves operate on the atomic level, while radio waves operate on a molecular level.  

  10. Forces on the other hand operate on a still greater level, which order I classified on the order of "component" factors, and it ranks in the overall order of nature, illustrated by triangles (Figure 9-8-E).

  11. What this means is that magnetic force cannot establish itself nor sustain itself on single atoms, nor even on a series of atoms as presented by figure 9-8-E.   It is only able to establish itself upon a structural composition complex enough to lend itself susceptible to entire components.  

  12. A component then is a series of atoms and/or molecules that present a local formation (coordinate) of force, which if it were visible would appear much, like a figure eight design (Dual triangle figure 9-8-F). While then a current of electricity can be as large as clouds, they can be as narrow as that of light.

    The electric wave 

  1. Reference figure 9-9,  Electricity is a specific formation of movement by which it presents itself, and there are two means by which to obtain it.  One is as from center on outward, the other, from outside to center, for again to obtain electricity is nothing more than to obtain a potential opposition within the general motion of nature.  

  2. In the first, an existing magnetic wave is used isolating it upon a wave guide, which is nothing, more than a wire of copper or of aluminum or other conductive compound.  The means by which to isolate a magnetic wave (line of force) is done by "twisting" it into a "potential opposition" (Figure 9-9).

  3. The term "potential opposition", is important in that it defines electricity to its fundamentals.  It is to raise a difference, to bring about a movement relative to a stationary vector, or more than one movement in contrast with one another, or, as to be opposed or out of phase with each other.  This employs a "generator" generally placed at the center of the wave (Figure 9-9), wherefore I said, from center on outwards.

  4. As the armature of a generator turns through a magnetic field, it sets up a movement in the wires embedded therein.  This induced motion is of a single angular as well as linear direction.  

  5. The linear flow of motion is called "ampere" while the angular is called Voltage.  The scenario is like a twisted rubber band, which in essence is a series of figure eight's bound together. 

  6. By illustration figure 9-10; the movement of the armature is twisting the induced wave (electrical wave) on the plus (+) side in a counter-clockwise direction, while on the minus (-) side it appears as a clockwise direction.  The direction of rotation is thus a point of view since of course the angular movement is single, the conductor placed in a loop.    

  7. Power then can be taken from either end of the center and/or from across the two.  If the total voltage of the wave were 100 volt - this voltage would be realized by either end of the wave to any ground provided the other end of the wave is fastened to a ground.  

  8. The potential here is the angular movement of the wave in direct relation with a stationary point such as the earth.  Like unto a rotating wheel therefore grinding against a stationary object, the ground (earth) attempts to bring the angular movement to a halt while the moving factor attempts to bring the ground to its angular movement.  

  9. Or in the case where the lamp is connected across the leads - having no ground - the wave completes a circle allowing the "ampere", the flow of power, to proceed within its own. 


  1. The illustration here show what the magnetic line of force would look like if we were able to observe it, since not just in all respects, but factually it is a coordinate, a formation by a figure of eight, exactly the same as when you twist a rubber band.  

  2. And it is no wonder that it became like figures of eight end on end because with your generator you held the linear (regular) magnetic lines rigid in a field thereof, after which you started to turn them in a frenzy of turns by moving the wave guides (conductors) through it.

  3. If next you wish to know at what speed these angular magnetic field lines will travel, that is very simple. The constant of velocity of magnetic is 300.000. km/sec.  The Relative velocity of the wave then is computed exactly the same as when one computes the relative velocity of light, which also is a wave of the magnetic spectrum. 

  4. You will need to know the diameter in the circumference of the wave-guide, and the length of the wavelet, which in this case is one full and complete figure of eight as illustrated. 

  5. Accordingly the velocity, properly called the "relative velocity" (a factor of distance in time) is always less than the constant. The amplitude of the angular magnetic force can be anywhere from the width of a single atom to the diameter of large conductors.

  6. A charge now of anything fundamental in nature is -- "motion" no more no less. The charge of an electron or an atom is its movement, the charge of the angular magnetic force also known as electricity is "motion" as simple and as accurate, and as undeniable, and as unassailable as that.

  7. The fact that electricity is a rotational magnetic force is easily determined from the angular movement which it present. The magnetic flux (so said) that appears outside of a conductor is not a separate entity, but part of the force itself, for while its coordinate is confined within the metallic conductor, its influence extends outwards.

  8. Only it is not able to grasp a hold into such substances as the air surrounding it or plastic or wood, etc.  Yet its outward influence does interact with anything of its own nature, such as other magnetic fields.

Static Electricity

  1. Static electricity now is no different from what is understood by regular electrical current.  The nature and principle of both phenomena is the same.  Since however electricity comes in two simultaneous directions of motion, and either one can lead the other, the type of current will depend on which of these is leading, and how well the two opposing ends are coupled or relative to one another.  

  2. Within the standard generator the two ends are always directly connected, wherefore the "flow of motion" (ampere) will always be of force.  But where there is a resistance between the two, the voltage is able to rise very high without having any great flow of motion.

  3. Reference figure 9-11   The principle by which static electricity is formed is the same by which any electrical current is formed.  The generator produces two angular movements in opposite direction of one another by what is essentially a linear stroke.  

  4. In the same way a linear stroke with wool over a glass rod generates opposing angular movements upon the molecules of these substances.  

  5. Before they were stroked, the general motion of the pathways was at random, our striking is to bring wheels into motion producing overall circular potentials, which are not directly coupled but relate to one another through a resistant media.  Here is where I spoke of to generate from outside towards a center.  

  6. Static electricity thus is like two wheels of motion in opposite direction of one another.  As long as the two remain separate they shall be nothing more than (internally overall) circular movements, but when the two are near to each other and interactive in some degree, an ampere will flow to that same degree.  

  7. When therefore the potential of the two exceeds the resistance between them, they will join, or discharge themselves upon one another, which as we know from thunderstorms - is a powerful bolt of lightning.

  8. Thunderstorms then produce these angular formations  within themselves, as well as between themselves, and even singularly in the magnetic field of the earth.  There are many ways to bring about angular movements as you yourself should be able to contrive. 

  9. The reason for the spark in the discharge, and that the spark is visible is because of two factors.  One is the speed (virtually the same as speed of light) at which the flow of motion proceeds, coupled with the fact that the two warlords (circulars) come head on with wheels turning in contrast.  

  10. Each one therefore attempts to bring the other to its directive, or to a halt.  The atoms then of the substance that happen to be in the path of their playground are severely shaken, so much so that it is driven to the tune of producing light waves, which are as a result of the oscillations of atoms.



  Turns of motion

           Page 46 hereof presents a more comprehensive explanation under "Turns of motion".

  1. How well at this point have I shown that electricity is motion, and that a charge is no more magic than simple motion?  How thus may an electrical current light a lamp?  

  2. Reference figure 9-12: By illustration let us bring the leads of a potential face to face.  The ends of the wire show a multitude of atoms tightly packed together.  

  3. These atoms do not move whether or not a current is passed upon them, and even the electrons stayed home today, since they heard that they were to serve a flow of electricity. And they know, as we should, that no car can be driven without its wheels.

  4. While therefore every atom remains in place, there is movement at the speed of light along the pathways of these atoms in a coordinate formation after the inductance of an electrical potential.  What therefore is the essence of the two leads so facing each other?  

  5. On the plus side there is angular movement, while there is no movement on the minus side.  On the plus side the flow of movement (Ampere) is active, on the minus side that flow is dissipated, brought to a halt.  

  6. A direct contact of plus to minus would of course destroy the wire for the abundance of ampere it can carry.  In order therefore to compensate between the rpm (for the example 1000) of the one and the zero rpm of the other - "turns of motion" are installed such as a coil with sufficient number of winding to take-up the difference.  

  7. If these be 1000 turns (for the example) the coupling from plus to minus results into a "zero contest".  If there be only 500 turns that will leave 500 turns of contest and accordingly the coil must endure that degree of potential. 

  8. The fact thus that turns of wire compensates for the voltage supplied - is itself evidence that electricity is as I have said.  

  9. Every experiment ever made, and all phenomena of natures are at my side confirming my word - but will man do the same?  For he, unlike the foregoing, has the option as also the will to reject what is unassailable.

  10. The manner in which electrical current can be utilized is as varied as there are options between one or more grinding wheels in respect to each other or to any stationary factor.  Any one rotating wheel produces action to anything stationary, and any two grinding wheels in contrary movement to one another produce action.  

  11. The alternate shown in figure 9-12 would be such as when two live leads are faced to one another in which case of course the voltage would be the sum of both.  The angular moment of such a second lead can then be of a direction of rotation that is opposite to the first, or it can simply be out of phase. 

  12. When a generator is so constructed to deliver a set of potential's 120 degrees apart in every single rotation of its armature it is called a three phase generator that can be utilized in either a "delta" (Figure 9-12 A/B/C)  system, or a "Y" (D/E/F/G) system.  

  13. The first utilizes three leads all three having a potential.  In the "Y" system these three are internally joined from which a grounding conductor is taken and fastened to an "Earth-ground". 

  14. A reading of the voltage from any point A, B, C, D, E or G to ground would for the example be 120, any reading between two of said points would be doubled 240 Volt.  

  15. The total voltage of either system is 360, yet it is never accounted as such even when all three leads are utilized to a single purpose, for any reading is always between two points, no volt-meter has three leads by which to read a potential. 

  16. Many are often confused in this scenario of phasing and its consequent reading of the voltage.  In the "Y" system it is more easily understood how 120 Volt is read from any of the three points since each of these lengths terminate at a ground, while in the delta system there is no such ground.  

  17. If therefore the voltage is tapped from point A, why should we not obtain power equal to 240 volt since two lines, two phases converse upon that point?  

  18. The reason for it is the deception in the drawing that depicts the load rather than the interior of the generator since each single point is a phase to be utilized as shown.  

  19. As then the total between A and B will come to a reading of 240 volt, while between points D and E this comes to only 208 volt, is in a loss to the ground when used in pairs which does not exist in the delta system.

  20. "Turns of motion is the basis on which electrical current is utilized for all its many purposes.  Turns of motion as a buffer upon which contrasting movements may be appeased.  The tungsten filament of a lamp provides such "turns of motion" illustrated by figure 9-13, as three intermediate wheels connected between ends.  


  1. The twisting magnetic waves now come together over and upon electron shells to play out their difference.  In other words, the atoms of the filament serve as a transmission serves in an automobile.   

  2. The battle now takes its toll on the atoms causing them to oscillate, and with no oxygen atoms to help them rip the tungsten wire to pieces they may continue to be at war without the tungsten substance losing its structural integrity.  The light then is from the RAM (relative angular movement) of the atoms. 

  3. The atom, by which all of nature is constructed, is so in the coordination of the movement by which all structures and forces are found.  The atoms in a wire made of nicromium serves as heaters since that particular compound has resistance as well as conductance to the electrical wave causing the atoms to oscillate in a wavelength that raises the greatest amount of internal resonance (infra-red). 

  4. An electrical potential in being "turns of motion" can use turns of motion as an intermediate in just about any fashion.  If we had an rubber band wound with 10 turns, and we had a spring with 10 turns in it to wind or unwind it, the rubber band could safely be connected to it since "turns of motion" may be compensated for by "turns of motion.  

  5. It is therefore that the two angular warlords + and - in figure 9-12 are no longer able to destroy each other when a coil of wire (turns of motion) is connected between them.  Here the physical turns of the wire match the turns of the electrical wave.  

  6. It is then essential that the number of turns of the coil be proportional to the voltage.  It is thus not how much wire we place, but how many turns we place in it.  If the loops of a coil were laid out in a straight line, it would melt, since in so doing we removed the turns of motion. 

  7. And so take due consideration of this how in the transmission, the intermediate movement that proceeds by physical turns, following the turns of the coiled wire - compensates for the turning movement that is stationary within the feeds. This all in itself tells us that electricity is none other than a turning movement.

  8. Electricity within the atom is fundamentally the same as electricity anywhere.  The format, a potential opposition of two halves of a single entity in angular motion opposite to one another.  

  9. Two wheels or gyro's in similar relation is not electricity since these are not magnetic motions.  The essential motion for electricity must be the fundamental coordinate, which is specific of magnetic force.

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