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has grasped the concept
of the motion of the
Human Carbon Atom.
The Human Carbon Atom ..............................
List of Tables ..............................
List of Appendices ..............................
List of Templates ..............................
List of Figures ..............................
MOTION OF THE HUMAN CARBON ATOM PAGE 3
This manuscript is the result.
Symbol depicting the Motion of the Human Carbon Atom
MOTION OF THE HUMAN CARBON ATOM PAGE 7
The purpose of this manuscript is to introduce a new concept of the motion of
the human carbon atom, in preparation for the invention of instruments to detect
the sound of the vibration, and to record or register the sound.
When the concept of spiraling energy in an environment of pressure is
understood, the motion of the carbon atom will become evident. As the sections
or force fields of the atom are identified, it will be possible to provide
mathematics for the spiraling energy within the atom, thereby going one step
beyond the "cloud" hypothesis. In the near future scientists will record the
sound of that motion and determine the frequency or vibration rate. When this
is established, three fields of research will become available — the matching of
human vibrations, invention of instruments using pyramids and cones in solar
energy, and designing healing instruments using intensified light.
In his book "The Message of the Divine Iliad, Vol. II", Walter Russell wrote:
"Those who have the Secret of Light may already be familiar with the
voidance principle and the spiral principle of this electric universe in which
everything in Nature is forever turning inside-out and outside-in to cause the
great characteristic of Nature which causes everything to appear, disappear
and reappear in sequential cycles." 2
The "turning inside-out and outside-in" is described herein as spiraling inward
and outward within separate compartments or regions in the atom.
Some of the terms and definitions used to describe the motion of the atom
include angle of reflection, force field, glide, interspatial balance, scope,
sections, square of angle, and static units. Several forms of energy will be
considered; namely, intensification, spiraling energy, swirling, sworling, and
2 Walter Russell. 1971. Message of the Divine Iliad, Vol. II, Waynesboro, Virginia: University of Science and
Philosophy, Swannanoa, p. 107.
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Walter Russell also wrote: "All things are. Nothing new comes into existence.
Universal energy is constant. Nothing is added to it or subtracted from it. Its
apparent changes are but interchanges."3 A new theory called Interchange or
I-Change will be introduced, to explain the interaction between electrons, static
units, photons, protons and neutrons.
When the energies of the Universe are slowed down, under certain conditions
these energies are converted to matter. There was a period of time when a
neutron floated about, unattached. During the same time a proton floated about,
also unattached. When the proton joined the neutron, atomic hydrogen was
formed. James Redfield in "The Celestine Prophecy" said,
"I watched as the first matter exploded into the universe, and I realized ....
that there was nothing truly solid about matter. Matter was only energy
vibrating at a certain level, and in the beginning matter existed only in its
simplest vibratory form: the element we call hydrogen. That's all there was in
the universe, just hydrogen." 4
In the evolution of our section of the Universe, mineral or inorganic carbon was
the first "solid" atom. Another way to express the concept is, after hydrogen and
oxygen and other gases, there came carbon. Redfield said the following about
the coming of carbon, "Matter had evolved from the element hydrogen, the
simplest vibration of energy, to carbon, which vibrated at an extremely high
Prior to the formation of carbon, the only elements in our portion of the
Universe were gases. Later, other solid molecules formed by combining with
carbon and gases. I was advised that this unique environment cannot recur. In
other words, in order for mineral carbon to be formed, a peculiar or a particular
environment or atmospheric pressure was required, and it is not possible for this
environment to be repeated. Once carbon atoms were created, the structure of
our Universe began. New carbon atoms could be formed only if Creation
reverted back to void or nothingness, or nether (no ether).
3 Walter Russell. 1971. Message of the Divine Iliad, Vol. II, Waynesboro, Virginia: University of Science and
Philosophy, Swannanoa, p. 90.
4 James Redfield. 1993. The Celestine Prophecy, New York, NY: Warner Books, p. 98.
5 Ibid., p. 99.
MOTION OF THE HUMAN CARBON ATOM PAGE 9
Therefore, we are correct in stating that creation began with the breath of
Father-Mother God. Walter Russell described it thusly:
“All motion is oscillatory, swinging in sequence between two apparently
opposing forces, gravitation and repulsion, which are respectively electric
“This oscillatory motion is a pulsating in-breathing and out-breathing, an
inhalation and an exhalation, which is a characteristic of all matter, whether
it be in units, or systems of units, or mass.
“These two apparently opposite forces are the father-mother forces of Mind,
which, added together, make but the One force.” 6
The first offsprings of the union of the two opposite forces were the tangible
energy forms of electricity and magnetism. The first offsprings of the union of
electrical partial particles were hydrogen "bits" or hydrogen partial particles.
The first offsprings of the union of magnetic "moments" or magnetic partial
particles were oxygen "bits" or oxygen partial particles. The union of these and
other gases in a special environment caused the formation of the carbon atom,
and this permanently altered the nature of our universe. In due time, and in the
plan of creation, the human carbon and other forms of organic carbon came TO
6 Walter Russell, 1974. The Universal One, Waynesboro, Virginia: University of Science and Philosophy,
Swannanoa, p. 6.
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Photo of orange partitioned into six sections.
THE HUMAN CARBON ATOM
The symbol indicating the spiraling motion of the atom was received
telepathically, as noted in the Introduction, and as represented in Figure 3.
The following remark accompanied the
symbol: "He who interprets the symbol has
grasped the concept of the motion of the
human carbon atom." Apparently one of the
differences between mineral and human
carbon is that human carbon has the secret
of life within it. It is not within the purview
of this paper, however, to delve into the
consciousness of the human carbon atom;
the purpose is to define the motion. It will
be described under four headings —
Sections, Angle, Scope and Motion.
If an atom could be observed at “full thrust” or full expansion, it would look
like a cube that has ballooned or bubbled out to become a sphere, or a cubesphere.
Inside are six pyramidal sections or segments with peaks pointing
toward the center. A section
refers to one compartment or
region that is formed by the
spiraling energy of each proton.
The human carbon atom has six
protons, therefore there are six
sections. The outer region is
called the force field of the
atom. Rather than spinning
around the nucleus in a “cloud,”
each energy unit spirals to the
outer limit within its own force
field, then spirals back toward
MOTION OF THE HUMAN CARBON ATOM PAGE 11
Composite cube with one section lifted.
Composite wooden cube
with six pyramids exposed.
the nucleus. A simple visualization of the sections in the human carbon atom is an
orange that has been cut into six equal sections, as shown in Figure 4.
For more details see Appendix 6, Experiment #1, The Orange Experiment.
In Figure 5 six square wooden
pyramids are fitted together to form a
cube. If the bases were rounded, the
solid would be a cube-sphere.
In the context of the motion of the
atom, an angle pertains to the angle at
the peak of a pyramidal section within
the atom. The angle is the result of a
specific degree of creative intensity or
light pressure, and this creates form.
Walter Russell stated that “light
pressures condition all forms.”7
Plato’s geometry provides the outer form of the regular solids, such as the
tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron and icosahedron. Inside each of
these solids is a set of identical pyramids that fill the inner space with
interspatial balance. This
means that the space within
the solid is completely filled.
The size of the angle at the
peak of each of the inner
solids is determined by the
number of pyramids inside
the composite solid. For
example, the icosahedron has
20 faces and 20 inner triangular
pyramids. The octahedron, or
perfect double pyramid, with
eight faces, is composed of
7 Walter Russell. 1971. Message of the Divine Iliad, Vol II, Waynesboro, Virginia: University of Science and
Philosophy, Swannanoa, p. 174.
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Wooden cube and wooden rhombic
eight identical triangular pyramids. The tetrahedron, which has four faces, is
filled with four very flat triangular pyramids. The cube, with six faces, consists
of six square pyramids pointing toward the center. Figure 6 is a photograph of a
cube that has been opened to expose the six pyramids.
There are two types of dodecahedron, the pentagonal and the rhombic, each
having 12 faces, with 12 solids in each. The faces of the pentagonal
dodecahedron are five-sided, while the rhombic dodecahedron has diamondshaped
faces. The human carbon atom manifests as a cube-sphere, while
mineral carbon appears in the form of a rhombic dodecahedron, as in Figure 7.
There is a cube in the center of the
wooden dodecahedron shown in
Figure 7. The dodecahedron was
assembled by attaching six additional
pyramids to the outer faces of the
cube. Masking tape is visible in the
photograph. When two faces fit
perfectly they glide together, or they
become a glide. When this occurs
atomically, there is no boundary
between faces and the two atoms
become a molecule. Dotted lines
have been added to identify Pyramid
#1 and Pyramid #2. The larger faces
“1” and “2” facing front are on the
same plane, giving the illusion of a
rhomb, or being a composite rhomb.
The smaller face “2” and face “3” are
also on the same plane, forming a
The evolution of mineral carbon to vegetable and animal (organic) carbon could
be an extensive study project. The study should begin at the beginning — when
the atmospheric pressure surrounding Earth was sufficiently heavy to
permanently glide the additional pyramids to the original cube, as mentioned
above. As the pressure in the atmosphere lessened, the outer pyramidal sections
were released, leaving the cubic form of the atom. When this occurred, living
organisms appeared on earth. How is the consciousness of the human carbon
MOTION OF THE HUMAN CARBON ATOM PAGE 13
atom achieved? I believe that it occurs in the unique reversal of spirals.
Development of this concept will require a great deal of effort on the part of
The spinning motion within each section of the human carbon atom creates the
spiraling shape or form. A tornado takes up only a small amount of space in the
open sky, and has no apparent limits to its shape — its spinning motion gives it
form or design. While there is no limit to the size of the spiral in the tornado,
there is a limit in the atom. Each section of the atom has a certain solid angle at
the peak. Since the sections are positioned opposite each other, the height of
one spiral equals the height of its opposite partner. Therefore the height of each
is equal to one-half the diameter of the cube which envelops them. Since there
are six sections, together they fill a cube-sphere. Therefore the base of each
section can be described as a square. By virtue of the fact that the pyramids or
cones point inward, the slope of the cone is equal to the radius of the sphere
surrounding the cube.
We now have three measurements with which to describe a solid section of the
cube inside the sphere — the length of the slope is equal to the radius of the
encircling sphere; the height of the cone equals one-half the diameter of the
cube; and the cross-view peak angle is 90 degrees. This angle is called the angle
of reflection. The sum of the cross-view peak angles is called the square of the
angle of reflection.
There is a force field that prevents the spiral from dissipating. However, if the
force field collapses, the energy does dissipate, and the atom ceases to be. This
is death, the uncontrolled outward flow of spiraling energy.
When spiraling energy turns inward, it compacts. When spiraling energy turns
outward, it expands and ejects. The tornado dissipates as it rises upward. When
human atoms spin outward too fast they eject proton energy – they dissipate.
1. The human carbon atom is cubic and appears as a cube-sphere.
2. There are six sections within the cube.
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Figure 8 Scope of 75 percent and 78.3 percent.
3. The slope of each section is equal to the radius of the sphere enclosing the
4. The height of each section is equal to one-half the square side of the cube.
5. The maximum cross-view angle at the peak of each section (angle of
reflection) is 90 degrees.
6. The variable within the force field is that at all times the spiral may not fill
up the space allotted to it. When this occurs, the angle of reflection may be
less than 90 degrees.
Spiraling energy is described fully in Appendix 3, Spiraling Energy.
Scope is a geometric term referring to the size of the plane peak angle at the
peak of a pyramid. In a square pyramid the scope is equal to the sum of the four
plane peak angles, and is described as a percentage of Unity. In standard
angular measurements, Unity is 360 degrees. For example, a tent that is
designed as a portion of circular material will be very flat if the peak angle is
wide, and very high if the peak angle is narrow. The scope of the tent cannot be
100 percent, or 360 degrees, because the tent would be a flat sheet. There is a
direct relationship between angle and scope — the greater the peak angle, the
greater the scope.
The human carbon atom
has a scope of 282
degrees, as shown in
Figure 8. The Great
Pyramid at Giza has a
scope of 305.39 degrees.
Scope should not be
confused with angle of
earlier. The angle of
reflection is the view
when the pyramid is
MOTION OF THE HUMAN CARBON ATOM PAGE 15
bisected through the peak and through two bases, and the sum of these angles is
called the square of the angle of reflection. Scope refers to the plane angles of a
pyramid, such as those angles used when designing a cardboard pyramid. The
total sum of those angles is the scope.
When the atom is not vibrating or oscillating at full thrust, the spiral within the
section of the atom will not fill the space allotted to it. In that case, the scope
will be less than in the balance state. This will reduce the size of the angle of
We cannot discern the movements of earth because we are on earth. When we
rise above the earth we must rise above its pull of gravity. Can we discern the
universal beat of earth while gazing on earth from space? If the earth's beat
occurred so rapidly as to be discerned, this might be possible. However, earth's
beat occurs only once in many, many life times.
The earth's shift is its beat. It is the key to the movement of the Universe. The
universal beat of the atom is in phase with the universal beat of earth.
The motion of the human carbon atom follows the motion of the planets, in that
as the energy spirals outward, it reverses direction before it completes an orbit.
This unique movement is depicted in Figure 9(a) as a symbol, and is interpreted
on a metal cone in Figure 9(b). (See Appendix 3, Spiraling Energy.)
Figure 9(a) Figure 9(b)
Symbol of motion of human Interpretation of motion using
carbon atom. red wire on metal cone.
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Graphic depiction of spirals within a square pyramid.
The symbol traces movement within one section, as the energy spirals outward
from the nucleus, within a controlled force field. The energy spirals outward
one-quarter turn, to the point “1”, then changes direction and completes the first
orbit. There is a change in direction when the second orbit begins. It spirals
outward one-quarter turn, to the point “2”, then changes direction and
completes the second orbit. This motion is repeated for five orbits, after which
there is a momentary pause, followed by a complete reversal of direction, with
an inward spiral toward the nucleus. In one instant of time, only one section of
the atom is at full expansion. Each section takes turns spiraling to the outer
limits of the force field, and receding. Therefore at any instant an oscillating
atom is neither round nor cubic, except at the moment of dissipation or death.
There is an incredible oneness to the inward motion and the outward thrust of
the vibratory essence of one segment of the human carbon atom. One energy
spiral follows another sequentially. Even as the first spiraling cone moves down
or inward, it is already enjoined into the upward thrust of the next. What
The atom in motion can also be
described as a thrusted mass in a
normal gravity field, moving in
controlled arcs, alternatively positive
and negative, with momentary pauses
between changes of direction. It is
balanced because its motion is
balanced, following the path of
arcs. In this type of motion there
is no disharmony. A jerk is
disharmony. However, if there is
a momentary pause before a
change in direction occurs, the
jerking disharmony is avoided. A
pendulum, and a child on a swing,
are examples of harmonious
movement in arcs, with changes
Figure 10 indicates the path of spiraling energy within a square pyramid. If the
template is cut out and assembled, the path of the spirals will be easily seen.
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The mathematics of spiraling energy and the principle of PI waves are outlined
in detail in Appendix 3, Spiraling Energy. The geometry of the pyramidal shape
of the sections, and the three magnitudes of pyramid energy are explained in
Appendix 5, Pyramid Geometry.
Science has been aware that electrons are single units, that static electricity
exists, that photons are packets, and that neutrons represent mass. Is it too great
a leap to imagine that static electricity also occurs as bundles or clusters, and
that protons are comprised of swirled photons? The numerical count of
electrons within static units, photons, protons and neutrons is identified in
Appendix 1, Interchange.
The purpose of this paper was to introduce the concept of spiraling energy
moving in harmony and balance within a controlled force field within the
human carbon atom. Terms such as pressure, square of angle, interchange, PI
waves, spiraling, sworling and thrust have been used. Considering the size of an
atom, it is profound that such a variety of energies could constitute the totality
of something that is microscopic. Several mathematical formulas and equations
have been included in the Appendix, including the number and periodicity of
the spirals, intensification to 1st, 2nd and 3rd magnitudes, and the principle of
Interchange or I-Change.
Credit is due to nuclear physicists who have described atomic energy and
motion without the knowledge that is now available. As a result of this new
information, terminology such as “ions”, "electrical charge", “emitting a
photon" and "dropping to ground state" will become redundant, at least as far as
the human carbon atom is concerned. In treating diseases such as cancer, the
principle of intensification within cones may be important. For example,
radiation may unknowingly be intensified to 10 times, 100 times, or even 1000,
if a conical device is used to direct the radiation to a small area of the body.
Pointed cones intensify to a greater degree than flat cones.
When the concept of the motion is comprehended, the sound will be detected,
and new instruments will record the sound. Using the principle of
intensification of energy in a cone, scientists will design a conical quartz crystal
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as a transducer placed directly on the human body, thus intensifying the sound
of the motion of the atom before it is registered, amplified and recorded. Light
meters will be improved with the use of a crystal control that intensifies light
1000 times. This will allow measurement of dim light, since the dim light will
also be intensified 1000 times within the measuring instrument. Ultraviolet light
directed into a chamber lined with aluminum, and directed into a ruby cone,
will emit a violet beam that will heal bones and damaged tissue. The energy
emitted from the tip of the cone will be identified as photons swirled into
protons, and these will have sufficient energy to penetrate beyond the skin, and
dissipate into electrons that will heal atoms. When properly defined it will be
called Element Alpha, the first atom before hydrogen, and as the unit of
electricity that does not require wire as a medium.
The entity vibration will be computed by combining the trace of brain and heart
frequencies. Using an instrument as small as a calculator with numbers 1 to 9,
the readings will refer to human frequency. For example, a number 3 may refer
to frequency of 30, while a number 9 will refer to 38. It will be possible to
match the frequency of one human with another. This will be useful in
matching couples, and in matching organs for transplants. In the meantime, it is
hoped that the scientific community will adopt the terminology as received
telepathically and create new instruments for the good of mankind. (See
Language of Spirals in Appendix 3, Spiraling Energy).
In the future, healers will direct their attention to individual cells. If a cell is not
half dead, it can be healed by removing the dead atoms and supplying nutrients
containing new ones. Dead atoms can be removed by literally “spinning them
away.” For example, the vibratory rate of ultra-violet light is beyond that of the
human carbon atom. Therefore by directing ultra-violet light at dead cells
caused by psoriasis, the atoms in the dead cells can be literally “spun away” or
dissipated into free electrons. Dead cells contain carbon atoms that have lost
their ability to oscillate. There is a limit to the degree of spinning or spiraling
that the human carbon atom can sustain. When an atom is spun too fast, it
dissipates into free electrons. This is why stress is so injurious to the human
Balance in the human carbon atom is achieved when, like an automobile, all six
cylinders or sections are spinning in sequence. When a person ingests dead
carbon such as overcooked starches, the body is not provided atoms that are
oscillating or spinning in balance. It is difficult for the body to revive dead
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carbon atoms. It merely absorbs those other elements from the food that it can,
and deposits dead carbon atoms as excess weight, into whatever garbage dump
it can find, be it abdomen, hips, chin, neck or arms.
Live carbon atoms in celery, oranges and greens, however, can be completely
assimilated (moved about to where they are needed, or converted to energy).
The carbon atoms in raw foods are alive. They oscillate in balance, and can
replace dead atoms in cells that are less than half dead.
When healers understand the nature of healing with light, color and sound, they
will be able to heal atoms, cells and human tissue more rapidly. The healing
process does not begin with a limb, or some tissue – it begins with the human
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LAW OF “INTERCHANGE” OR “I-CHANGE”
There appear to be several forces of attraction in Nature which draw and hold
substances together. One of these is the glide or force of attraction at the faces of
two solids. For example, carbon and oxygen are held together as carbon dioxide.
If a growing plant is in the environment, it is able to pull the carbon away,
leaving the oxygen free. The activity of moving from one particular form of
energy or matter to another is called Interchange or I-Change.
An atom of oxygen is removed from ozone by either an oxygen “partial particle”,
or by a carbon atom. Two oxygen atoms may unite to form a molecule. In certain
environmental situations the oxygen will combine with a carbon atom, to form
carbon dioxide. When the air cools the carbon dioxide sinks to earth, and releases
the oxygen atom, thus replenishing the earth’s oxygen supply. In the morning
when the air warms up, the carbon molecule rises again. This process is called air
fibration. It is a natural form of Interchange or I-Change.
Interchange is a natural occurrence in our Universe. Motion begins with Father
God/Mother God. The Father-God motion is a giving-up motion or a goingforth
motion, such as electricity. The Mother-God motion is a drawing-in
motion or a taking-in motion, such as magnetism. The interchange of inward
motion and outward motion can be called the I-Change Principle or the
The I-Change principle can be used to describe:
heating evaporating freezing
expanding cooling crystallizing
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Interchange can also be the term to describe the changes in energy:
electrons converting to static units neutrons converting to protons
static units converting to photons protons converting to static units
photons converting to protons static units converting to electrons
protons converting to neutrons
There is a constant relationship between the number of electrons that comprise
each of photon, static unit, proton and neutron. The determining factor
governing the exact state of the interchange is the degree of pressure and
spinning, spiraling, swirling or sworling. These are the Four S’s of Spiraling
Energy, as depicted in Figure 11.
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The Four S’s of Spiraling Energy
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Electrons spin to the right
and to the left.
A static unit spread out into its components of 14 electrons.
The electron is the smallest unit of energy
we need concern ourselves with in this
portion of the universe. Figure 12 depicts two
electrons, one spinning clockwise and the
other counter-clockwise, a characteristic that
gives them a mutual attraction for each
other. Free electrons are everywhere, and
they remain in the free state until a change
in environment causes an interchange.
A static unit is formed as a result of friction and spinning, such as walking on a
pile rug, or rubbing a carbon rod with a silk cloth. Sometimes the electrons spin
into a shape similar to “dirt devils” that form on a hot summer day. Static units
were the first units of electrical energy discovered, and were identified as
electrons. The energy of an electron was called an “electrical charge.” Another
name for static units is static electricity.
Static units are larger than electrons and smaller than photons, one static unit
has an energy equivalent to 14 electrons, as in Figure 13.
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The four electrons on the left fit underneath the 10 electrons on the right.
A cluster of 14 electrons close-packed into a static
Fourteen marbles close-packed
within a cardboard double triangular
The electrons are close-packed, like billiard balls on a pool table. In the center
row are six balls, above and below that row are three balls; with one more on
top and bottom, as in Figure 14. This makes a total of 14 balls per set.
The spinning motion gives the
spinning electrons form, just as a
gust of wind takes on an invisible
shape. Geometrically, the spiraling
energy of a static unit takes the shape
of a triangular double pyramid, with
six identical faces, as shown in
The electrons remain temporarily bound as
static units as long as sufficient pressure is
maintained. When the pressure is removed, the
static units dissipate into free electrons.
In Figure 16, six of 14 marbles are visible in a
cardboard shape that represents the outer shape
of a static unit.
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Spinning and spiraling causes static
units to combine into the shape of an
Ten static units and a photon (icosahedron) in correct
proportion of size.
The next step in the Interchange or I-Change
of energy is the formation of photons. Under
increased pressure and spiraling, static units
can be compacted so tightly that there is no
space between them. When faces of
geometric solids glide together perfectly,
there is interspatial balance — no space
between faces. Figure 17 indicates the shape
of an icosahedron, a solid with 20 faces. This
is the energy shape of a photon. Templates of
the single units and the composite icosahedron
shell are available in the Templates section.
In the gray tones of pre-dawn there is a faint stirring among the birds and
animals, before the rosy hues of dawn appear. Are they aware of static units
being created at dawn, when the movement of earth invites the sun to recreate
photons? With unbounded joy the
birds herald the new day, roosters
crow in the barnyard, and animals
stir. This daily interlude has a
duration of less than half an hour,
after which the birds silently
await the formation of photons as
the sun appears over the horizon.
In the vastness of the space
surrounding Earth, static units are
created slowly, without fanfare,
without a big bang. As the static
units strike heavier atmosphere,
they are swirled into photons —
those wondrous packets of energy
so aptly described by Albert
Einstein, and shown in Figure 18.
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Photons partially assembled together
to become a proton. The marbles represent
The billiard ball formation is repeated in the swirling of photons to become
protons. Fourteen photons (icosahedrons) are swirled together to form a larger
double triangular pyramid. Figure 19 represents six photons fitting snugly to
become the center row, two sets of three photons fitting on top and below the
center row, and a single photon for each peak. The marbles indicate the
comparative size of electrons that formed a static unit. Ten static units fill an
icosahedron with interspatial balance.
Figure 20 indicates the outer form the
photons will fit into, which is identical
to the outer form of a static unit.
Outer shape of proton.
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First photon is placed in bottom half of outer shell.
Second row with three photons in position.
The two parts of a double triangular pyramid filled
with photons, ready to be assembled.
Let's watch as the proton shell is filled with photons. Figures 21 and 22 depict
the first and second rows in position.
Figure 23 shows one
portion of the proton
filled with photons.
Figure 24 indicates
both portions of the
Ten photons in one-half of the double pyramid.
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Graphic comparison of the size of each
of electron, static unit, photon and
Figure 25 provides a comparison of the size of an electron, static unit, photon
The Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights is one of Nature's demonstrations of
electrons spiraling into static units — at certain times the crackle or hiss can be
heard. As the magnetic North Pole pulls the electrons and static units toward
itself, the pressure is increased, and photons are formed. We can observe them
as colored lights that shimmer and glow. The velocity of these spirals or
“curtains” of moving colors indicates the various velocities of color. A color
with high velocity, such as red, was observed over most of the Northern
Hemisphere in spring 2000.
When the magnetic drawing-in force of the North Pole swirls and compacts the
photons further, protons are formed, and this becomes the intense electricity in
the sky that causes damage to electric power stations. Finally, the protons enter
the earth, and replenish it as neutrons. What a magnificent promenade —
Nature’s I-Max theater!
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If a person holds a 3-foot neon tube in one hand, and rubs the other hand along
the length of the tube, the tube will glow, although it is not attached to a ballast.
Rubbing the outer surface causes friction, which creates static units that move
along the outer surface of the tube, to one end. The static units enter the tube,
which contains an inert gas at a pressure slightly greater than atmospheric
pressure. This is the pressure required to cause the static units to swirl together
into photons, which are units of light. We may be observing electrons that were
swirled into photons, rather than observing an inert gas glowing.
When there is a short circuit at a wall plug, there is a flash of light, some static,
and the flow of electricity ceases. We have observed protons reverted to
photons, photons dissipated into static units, and static units set free as
1. Photons, static units, protons and neutrons exist in nature as
packets. These are interchangeable. For example:
· free electrons combine to form static units;
· static units combine to form photons;
· photons combine to form protons;
· protons can be altered to form neutrons.
2. Numerically, in various or stages of Interchange or I-Change,
· 14 electrons form a static unit;
· 140 electrons form a photon;
· 1960 electrons form a proton/neutron.
3. The energy equivalent between an electron and a proton is such that
the proton is capable of releasing 1960 times more energy than an
electron. This ratio is very close to the current ratio that compares
the rest mass of a neutron as being 1836 times that of an electron.
4. Electrons, photons, static units and protons are energy.
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5. The neutron is the first unit of solid matter. The purpose of a
neutron is to provide matter around which a proton can spiral.
6. The electron shape is spherical.
7. The swirling of static units takes on the shape of a double triangular
8. A photon packet is shaped like an icosahedron.
9. The energy shape of a proton is a double triangular pyramid,
identical to static units but larger.
10. A neutron acquires its shape as a result of the degree of pressure
caused by sworling and compaction within the pyramidal shape.
This is indicated in the square of the angle of reflection at the peak.
11. Various energies can “unswirl” the neutron into one or more of the
smaller units named herein. The energies include electricity,
magnetism, heat, removal of pressure (vacuum).
12. Interchange or I-Change occurs within pyramids and cones, and
wherever there are changes in pressure in the environment. Electron
energy within the base of a pyramid or cone is spun into static units.
This is caused because the faces of the pyramid slope toward the
peak, decreasing the amount of available space. In the central
portion of the pyramid, the static units are swirled more tightly and
form photons. Within the top third of a translucent quartz pyramid
there is a white glow, indicating the presence of light (photons).
There is a demarcation line between the glowing peak and the rest
of the pyramid, indicating exactly where the photon state begins.
13. The motion within an atom can be traced from the nucleus to the
outer force field and back, using five spirals. There is a constant
ratio between the spirals, in that each succeeding spiral is threequarters
the size of its predecessor.
14. The human carbon atom is crystalline, and is cubic, shaped like a
MOTION OF THE HUMAN CARBON ATOM PAGE 31
15. The mineral carbon atom is shaped like a composite rhombic
dodecahedron, or a cube with six pyramids attached to the cube.
16. The human carbon atom has six protons; whereas, mineral carbon
has 12 protons.
17. Vegetable carbon and mineral carbon are interchangeable to a
degree. A plant will grow from mineral carbon, and plants fossilize
into mineral carbon.
The neutron is the first state of matter. All the other states – electrons, static
units, photons and protons – are energy. Like the proton, the neutron consists of
1960 electrons. However, there is a greater degree of intensification, pressure,
compaction and sworling to reach and maintain the neutron state. Like 12
teenagers cramped in a Volkswagen, the neutron is a temporary state of
The neutron state has been described as the neutral state, meaning that the
neutron does not carry a positive or negative charge. Until intensification,
spiraling, sworling and thrust were comprehended, this was the only possible
definition available to explain the motion of the atom and its release of energy.
However, using the Interchange theory, the motion can be explained without
considering electrical charge. The Interchange or I-Change process is
reversible; electrons can be sworled into neutrons, and neutrons can be
unswirled into free electrons, and other states in between.
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Cardboard model of atom, with dark central
portion indicating nucleus.
The neutron comprises a very small portion of the atom, as shown in Figure 26.
The dark portion of the cube represents nucleus of carbon atom.
Various energies such as electricity, magnetism, heat and the removal of
pressure (vacuum) can unswirl the neutron, causing it to revert to a proton,
photon, static unit or free electrons. Up to the present time this particular state
of Interchange has been described as an electron emitting a photon when
returning to ground state. In the light of the knowledge now being provided
regarding the relationship between electrons and photons, this would appear to
be incorrect. An electron is too small to emit anything. It is correct that
unswirled neutrons become photons and static units, and in the Interchange
process both photons and static units may become free electrons.
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Spiraling under pressure within pyramids and cones results in a unique energy
called intensification. The degree of intensification varies with the degree of
spiraling and the amount of pressure within the pyramid or cone, and these are
affected by the shape of the pyramid. A tall, pointed pyramid will result in a
greater degree of intensification than a low pyramid with a wide peak.
Intensification within pyramids and cones can reach a maximum of 1000 times,
or 1 x 103. The energy within the human carbon atom is intensified exactly
100 times, or 1 x 102, while the energy within mineral carbon is intensified
exactly 1000 times, or 1 x 103. In comparison, the energy within the Great
Pyramid at Giza is intensified considerably above 1 x 102. This would
explain why people feel exhilarated after spending time in a pyramid.
Pyramid researchers have discovered that by mounting crystals and coils within
the peak of a pyramid, the intensification and pressure can be increased above
the maximum of 1000 times. It may soon be discovered that intensification of
1 x 104 will cause photons to be converted to protons. One technique that has
been used consists of wrapping copper wire around a quartz crystal, and
mounting the crystal to the peak of a 50 foot wooden pyramid. A length of
copper tubing is shaped into a spiral that is wound in the opposite direction, and
laid on the floor of the pyramid. The two wires are connected with a carbon
material such as natural woolen thread. The result appears to be a flow of
proton energy toward the base of the pyramid. Perhaps researchers will soon be
able to direct this proton energy into an existing electrical circuit, thereby
increasing the electrical potential. It should be emphasized that protons, rather
than free electrons, move along or spiral around a coil of wire. Therefore
pressure must be maintained, or the circuit will break and the protons will
dissipate into static units and free electrons. A comprehension of pressure,
spiraling, intensification and directing energy into the peak of pyramids and
cones will hasten the development of new forms of energy.
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In another experiment a double perfect square pyramid of sheet copper was
placed inside a pyramid, as shown in Figure 27.
A small strip of copper was shredded, somewhat like a comb, and attached
inside the widest section of the copper double pyramid. The length of the
copper “comb” was equal to the perimeter of the base of the square copper
pyramid. The shredded copper acted as an antenna, drawing the energy into the
bottom of the copper pyramid. As the energy entered the lower peak of the
copper pyramid, it was intensified another 10 times, to 1 x 104. Experiments
such as these could be the basis for obtaining electricity (protons), and for the
creation of simple carbohydrates or “manna” within pyramids. One researcher
placed rabbits, to provide live carbon dioxide, into a 15 foot wooden pyramid
covered with plastic, and added the quartz crystal and wire at the bottom, as
described above. He hoped to create simple carbohydrates within the pyramid,
and after approximately 12 hours discovered tiny bits of white “manna”
attached to the woolen thread.
More information on intensification and magnitudes is provided in Appendix 5,
Copper pyramid inside a gold plated wire pyramid shaped like Giza.
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Have you ever observed a spider’s web covered with morning dew? The
sparkling droplets enhance this marvel of construction and enable us to observe
the framework of spokes spreading out from the center, to which are attached
circular threads that reach the outer rim of the web. A photograph of the web
indicates that the circles are really spirals. Apparently the spider began at the
center, maintaining a constant distance between threads equal to the length of a
portion of his body.
A tornado spirals. The trace of an electron also indicates that it moves in a
spiraling path. According to Gloria Lee, in her book Why We Are Here, all
energy travels in spirals. She wrote:
“By clairvoyantly observing electricity flowing through a wire, one
could see the spiral flow of energy. Many researchers have
concluded all energy travels in spirals. Thus the cosmic energy or
spiritual force which sustains and flows through man, follows the
same pattern throughout the omniverse.”8
Walter Russell believed that all direction is curved, and all motion is spiral. If
the energy within an atom spirals, it must spiral both inward and outward. If it
did not, the energy would either dissipate or cease. A spiral that spins outward
in a clockwise direction is called an electric track spiral. A spiral that spins
inward in a counter-clockwise direction is a magnetic track spiral. The diameter
of a spiral at its widest complete circle or spiral is the greatest scope. The
diameter of a spiral at its narrowest complete circle or spiral is the least scope.
Additional definitions are included in Language of Spirals on page 38.
In the symbol of the motion of the atom, shown in Figure 28, there are five
spirals moving outward.
8 Gloria Lee, 1959. Why We Are Here. Palos Verdes Estates, California: Cosmon Research Foundation, p. 72.
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When a proton leaves the nucleus it
begins to spiral in a clockwise
direction. The first quarter of the
spiral arcs, and the last quarter
follows a horizontal path. This
pattern is repeated at each level, with
the five spirals increasing in size
according to a fixed formula. While
there could be any number of rings
or spirals, a convention has been set,
in order to simplify the mathematics.
Only five spirals are considered, and
they have a constant relationship
with each other – descending orbits
reduce by one-quarter, and ascending
orbits increase by one-third.
For example, let the radius of the first spiral be 5 cm in length. Each succeeding
radius will be three-quarters its predecessor, as follows:
Radius 1 5.00000 cm
Radius 2 .75 * Radius 1 3.75000 cm
Radius 3 .75 * Radius 2 2.81250 cm
Radius 4 .75 * Radius 3 2.10938 cm
Radius 5 .75 * Radius 4 1.58203 cm
Sum of 5 radii 15.25391 cm
Using the equation C = 2 PI r, and adding the five radii, the “wave length” of
one outward spiral is computed as follows:
Outward spiral = 2 PI (sum of 5 radii)
= 2 PI (15.25391)
= 95.8431 cm
Inward spiral = 95.8431 cm
Wave length =191.6862 cm
(sum of outward and inward spirals)
Symbol of motion of human carbon atom.
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There are six sections in the atom, therefore the composite wave length will be
191.6862 times 6, or 1150.12 cm.
Several equations flow from the above figures, as follows:
Ratio Greatest Scope* = 3.16049 Equation 1
* The diameter (or radius) of a spiral at its widest circumference.
** The diameter (or radius) of a spiral at its least circumference.
If the diameter of the nucleus is known, the diameter of the outer force field can
be computed by multiplying the diameter of the nucleus by 3.16049. Similarly,
if the radius of the outer force field is known, the radius of the nucleus can be
computed by dividing the radius of the outer force field by 3.16049. Another
useful equation for the mathematics of one section is the following:
Ratio Sum of Spirals = 3.05078 Equation 2
To provide a consistent method of counting and measuring spirals, the
following conventions are recommended:
1. The spiral under consideration is within a cone or pyramid.
2. A complete spiral consists of exactly five rings or orbits.
3. The circumference of each descending orbit is three-quarters of the
preceding circumference. The circumference of each ascending orbit is
one-third greater than the one preceding.
4. One-quarter of each ring forms an arc or “riser” to meet the next ring.
5. There is a change in the direction of the spiral after the arc or “riser.”
6. There is also a change in direction before the next spiral begins.
Therefore the term “oscillate” is appropriate.
7. A continuous spiral (thread or wire) begins at a point at the peak of a
cone and ends at the largest circumference, then returns to the peak.
8. The wave length of one section is equal to the sum of the five spirals,
multiplied by 2 (in and out).
9. A composite wave length comprises six sections; therefore, it is equal to
the wave length of one section multiplied by 6.
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Language of Spirals
1. A spiral which spins outward from left to right is
called the Electric Track Spiral.
2. A spiral which spins inward from right to left is
called the Magnetic Track Spiral.
3. The outer end point of an electric track spiral is
called the Point of Extranse or Point of
Dissipation or Electric Point.
4. The area surrounding the point of dissipation is
called the Area of Extranse or Area Dissipation
or simply Extranse.
5. The end point inward of a magnetic track spiral is
called the Point of Intranse or the Cease Point or
6. The area surrounding the point of intranse, or
cease point, is called the Area of Intranse or
Cease Area or simply Intranse.
7. The diameter of a spiral at its widest complete
circle or spiral is the Greatest Scope.
8. The diameter of a spiral at its narrowest complete
circle or spiral is the Least Scope.
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9. The angle of descent of a magnetic track spiral is
its Descending Angle.
10. The angle of ascent of an electric track spiral is its
11. The revolutions or circles of the spiral are Orbits.
12. The cross-view of the orbit of the spiral is its
13. The rate of speed of a spiral is measured as
Spirals per Nanosecond or Spirals per
Microsecond or Spirals per Second (using Metric
14. The angles of ascent and angles of descent of
spirals are calculated using Metric angles and
The mathematics of
Metric Time, Angles
and Degree will be
supplied on request
in a separate
15. The calculation of orbits of spirals are calculated
sin angle = space
cos angle = time
16. The orbit at which balance in a spiral is
maintained is the Balance Orbit.
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Graphing the Spirals as PI Waves
It is generally assumed that a wave must complete itself before becoming a
larger or smaller wave. Sine waves are graphed using this principle. In
considering the motion of the human carbon atom, however, even a small arc is
considered to be a complete movement. Consider the arc of 1/4 circumference
as the proton is thrust out of the nucleus, followed by the 3/4 circumference arc
that moves horizontally. PI waves depict this particular type of oscillation.
The PI wave is a circular wave. It may have originated as a complete half circle.
It may have begun its existence as a portion of a circle. Examples of PI waves
are shown in Figure 29.
Several PI waves may originate in a half-circle, as in Figure 30.
Sample PI Waves
A half circle giving birth to four PI waves.
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Sketch showing the small arc separated
Figure 31 from the circle.
Sketch of arc AB as 1/4 of a circle.
Graph of PI wave — position above or below line indicates direction
A complete circle or orbit may not always be divided into two equal portions.
The sector angle in Figure 31 is 90 degrees, or 1/4 of a plane circle. Therefore
the smaller arc AB, or PI wave AB, is also equal to 1/4 the circumference of
that circle. It follows that, if the sector angle and the radius of a circle are
known, then the length of the arc, or PI wave, can be computed.
The two sectors can be separated, as in Figure 32.
When the proton leaves the nucleus of the human carbon atom, it changes
direction after 1/4 turn. Therefore a graph of PI waves of the atom must begin
with the shorter PI wave, followed by the longer PI wave. Since there is a
change in direction, the second portion of the orbit is placed below the line, as
in Figure 33.
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Graph of expanding waves
As the proton spirals outward, there is another change in direction when the
second orbit begins. Figure 34 is a graph of expanding waves reaching the end
of the force field of the atom.
When computing the periodicity of PI waves, only the radius or circumference
can be used. For example, the graph begins with a radius of 1.58 cm, and a
periodicity of 1.333 for five expanding waves, until the fifth spiral, 5.0, is
reached. The diminishing waves reduce in size with a periodicity of .75,
resulting in the following:
1.58 cm, 2.11, 2.81, 3.75, 5.0, 3.75, 2.81, 2.11, 1.58
PI waves can be charted using a circle on a Cartesian plane. The purpose is to
determine the relationship between arc and chord, since these are the two
components to be graphed. When graphing arc and chord for the human carbon
atom, the sector angle of the circle becomes the angle of reflection, or the crossview
peak angle, and the chord of the circle becomes the base of the pyramid,
as in Figure 35.
AO: radius of circle and apothem of pyramid
Arc AB: 1/4 arc of circle and outer limit of force
field of one section of human carbon
Right angle AOC: sector angle of circle and
angle of reflection of pyramid
(cross-view peak angle)
AB: chord of circle and base of pyramid
Cross-view of pyramidal section of
human carbon atom on Cartesian plane.
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A Table of Circle Coefficients (page 44) has been prepared to assist in
computing various parts of a circle, such as sector, arc, chord, segment height,
and sector angle. The table will disclose the relation between the length of the
chord and the radius of the circle. It will also disclose the relation between the
height of the segment and the radius. Finally, it will disclose the ratio of the
length of the arc to the length of the chord. If any three factors are known, the
angle of reflection of the pyramidal shape of the force field can be computed.
This is important because the angle of reflection may not always be at its
maximum size of 90 degrees, and this will affect the atom, and the whole
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Table of Circle Coefficients
MOTION OF THE HUMAN CARBON ATOM PAGE 45
The table indicates that when radius is 5, and sector angle is 90 degrees, the
ratio between chord and radius is 1.487. With this number the length of the
chord is computed as follows:
Given: radius = 5
chord = 1.487
chord = 1.487
chord = 7.435 cm
Draw circle with radius 5 cm, mark out chord 7.435 cm.
Prepare a table of diminishing radii and chords using the coefficient .75 for
radii, and the coefficient 1.487 for the chords, as follows:
1st radius 5.0 cm 1st chord 5 * 1.487 = 7.435 cm
2nd radius 5 * .75 = 3.75 2nd chord 3.75 * 1.487 = 5.577 cm
3rd radius 3.75 * .75 = 2.813 3rd chord 2.813 * 1.487 = 4.182 cm
4th radius 2.813 * .75 = 2.110 4th chord 2.110 * 1.487 = 3.137 cm
5th radius 2.110 * .75 = 1.583 5th chord 1.583 * 1.487 = 2.353 cm
The 10 circles are arranged in a straight line in Figure 36, with the line running
through the chord of each circle.
Set of circles representing expanding and diminishing orbits or spirals.
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The final task is to separate each circumference into two PI waves, and arrange
them for viewing on a computer or oscilloscope. Figure 37 represents the wave
length of one sector of the human carbon atom.
Since there are six sections, a composite wave length consists of five additional
wave lengths extending beyond the first wave length.
It is hoped that in the near future the graph of the motion of someone’s human
atoms will appear on screen .
Graphic representation of motion
within one sector of human carbon atom.
MOTION OF THE HUMAN CARBON ATOM PAGE 47
Thrust is an energy that is difficult to comprehend, and one that is usually
misinterpreted. A needle may be thrust into the arm of a patient; the thrust of a
bullet from a shotgun has a backlash that is felt in the arm of the person holding
the gun. Is it possible to create thrust without creating an imbalance? For
example, when a boy rides on his bicycle, by thrusting his foot on the pedal he
overcomes the gravity that exists at the spot where the wheel of the bicycle
touches Earth, and the bicycle moves forward. In this instance the source of the
thrust was external — the boy’s energy.
When the cork is removed from a wine bottle, the wine is thrust out. The source
of energy was pressure within the wine bottle. Rocks thrust upward from the
center of a volcano are the result of pressure within the volcano. There are
always three components to thrust — the causal energy, resistance, and
When does spiraling energy become thrust? When either the pressure of
incoming energy or the pressure of energy produced within, exceeds the ability
of a container (or resistance) to remain in balance. The incoming energy or the
energy produced is the causal energy, the container is the resistance, and thrust
is the resultant energy.
The atom was described earlier as “a thrusted mass in a normal gravity field.” Is
it possible to have “a thrusted mass in a nil gravity field”? In modern jet aircraft
technology there is not a concept of spiraling energy – there is only resistance
and thrust. The designers of jet propulsion, ramjet, reciprocating aircraft,
rockets or turbojet seek to overcome gravity, and not to circumvent it. In jet
propulsion, thrust power is computed as the product of thrust times aircraft
velocity. The equation is: F = MVJ – VO where F is thrust, VJ is velocity of hot
gas ejected rearward through a discharge nozzle, M is mass of air per second
flowing through the engine, and VO is the flight speed.
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In contrast, consider the motion of the atom, and the motion of a tornado. There
is spiraling energy in both. A tornado is created in the atmosphere when cold air
exists above hot air. When a hole is formed in the warmer region, the cold air
spirals down, and as it descends, the velocity of the spinning cold air increases,
creating a tornado. By the time a tornado strikes Earth, the velocity within it can
reach over 700 m.p.h. The resistance of Earth stops the descent of the spiral,
without stopping the spinning motion. The tornado spins along the surface of
the earth for a short period of time, then rises as an uplifting tornado, still
spinning, creating a vacuum. When the tornado was descending it spiraled in
the same direction as the spin of gravity. When the tornado ascended, it did not
reverse the direction of its spiral; it was still spinning in the same direction as
gravity. However, the tornado had made a 90-degree shift and began spinning
UP. This is not in accordance with the laws of nature — this is unnatural.
Our language describing tornados and spiraling energy is inadequate. It is
difficult to explain that when the tornado strikes Earth it continues to spiral, yet
changes direction and spins upward. The words “spiral”, “spin”, and “direction”
are confusing. Therefore we will use the terms descending orbits and ascending
orbits, and confirm that the tornado does not reverse the direction of its spiral.
The result of the ascending orbits spinning against gravity, resulted in the
nullification of gravity. (In this instance ascending orbits became an anti-gravity
There are always three components to thrust – the causal energy, resistance, and
resultant energy. In the case of the tornado the causal energy was the
descending orbits, and the resistance was the Earth. In the tornado there were
two consequences: (1) the spiraling descending orbits became spiraling
ascending orbits; and (2) the spiraling ascending orbits nullified gravity. As a
result, all objects within the tornado became weightless and spiraled within the
tornado – houses floated, straws pierced the bark of trees, etc. The resultant
energy was the ascending spiraling thrust, carrying large objects great distances,
and caused straws to pierce the bark of a tree. These forces are unnatural to
Earth mechanics, and cause havoc. If there had been a “flying saucer” inside the
vacuum, it would have been thrust out and might have “sailed with the winds”
created by our wondrous Earth that moves at a speed of 18,000 miles an hour.
It could be said that the gateway to weightlessness was the point at which the
tornado struck earth, when spiraling descending orbits became spiraling
ascending orbits. The gateway — a 90-degree shift in direction — was the
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result. Or the sentence can be reversed: “The result — a 90-degree shift in
direction – was the gateway.” Similarly, the gateway for flying craft is a
spiraling thrust directed toward Earth, after gravity has been circumvented or
When does spiraling energy become thrust in the human carbon atom? At the
gateway. When the spiraling descending orbits strike the nucleus of the atom,
the resistance of the nucleus causes the spiraling descending orbits to reverse
direction and become spiraling ascending orbits. That is the gateway. The spiral
reverses direction at the gateway. The spiraling thrust gives the ascending orbits
sufficient momentum to spiral to the outer limit of the force field of the atom.
There is one significant difference between the results within the tornado and
the result within the atom — gravity is not nullified within the atom. Therefore
the statement that the motion of the atom can be described as a “thrusted mass
in a normal gravity field” is a truth.
If spacecraft had a spiraling component that spun in a direction opposite to the
spiraling direction of gravity, it would nullify gravity. This might be achieved
with “motorized magnets” arranged in a circle, or by making the shell of the
craft an alloy of a magnetic substance and a metallic or “electric” substance.
For lift-off the spacecraft will require spiraling thrust. Not downward thrust, as
the boy on the bicycle; not outward thrust as the bullet that caused a backlash;
not the outward thrust of pressure, as in the wine bottle — it must be spiraling
energy moving in a direction opposite to the spiraling energy of gravity. The
thrust will create the gateway for the 90-degree change in direction, or lift-off.
In other words, when the resistance component of gravity is removed, the
spacecraft becomes a thrusted spiraling mass in a nil gravity field, sharing or
riding on the Earth’s orbiting energy, which becomes the third or resultant
energy. Space scientists might consider moving from Newtonian motion to the
motion of the human carbon atom. Strive to reach the gateway, then ride it. The
gateway for the proton/neutron was the resistance of the nucleus — the result
was a thrusted mass in a normal gravity field. The gateway for the tornado and
for the “flying saucer” was the resistance of Earth — the result was a thrusted
spiraling mass in a nil gravity field.
There is a difference in pressure within the nucleus and within the region of the
force field of the atom, and that is the principal source of motion and energy
within the atom. When the pressure within the nucleus is in the balance state,
one or two neutrons may temporarily be within the nucleus. However, if it
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should occur that another proton is converted to a neutron, and spirals into the
nucleus, an environment of excess pressure is created. This causes physical
The harmonious interchange from proton to neutron, and back to proton,
continues as long as the oscillating rate is at a state of balance. If a state of
imbalance is created, the resistance is not capable of withstanding the pressure
of three neutrons. The pressure causes physical pain. As a result there is a need
to alter the environment, or to heal the atom, so that balance is again achieved.
The extra neutron in the nucleus must be released. The application of a magnet
may recreate balance.
On another occasion, there may be insufficient neutrons. One proton may have
spun too fast, its angle of reflection became too pointed, and it pierced the force
field of the atom and dissipated. This situation is exemplified when a person is
excited, hurries, and experiences shortness of breath. To regain balance it may
be necessary to get one more neutron back into the nucleus. This can be done
by directing a stream of protons at damaged tissue, through a crystal that is
shaped into a pyramid or cone. In such an instrument the principles of
Interchange, spiraling energy and thrust will apply. It consists of an ultra-violet
light source housed in a spherical chamber lined with aluminum, a funnel to
create a spiral, and a ruby cone that intensifies the incoming radiation and
thrusts a healing ray at human tissue. The source of energy need not be ultraviolet
light To heal delicate organs such as lungs and spleen, green or blue
crystals could be used. The angle of reflection, described in Appendix 5,
Pyramid Geometry, will also have an effect on the pressure of the beam emitted
from a crystal cone.
In due time it may be comprehended that a neutron and a proton are the same
energy, borrowing different spaces at different times. Both have roles to play in
the motion of the human carbon atom. Eventually they may be given the
collective name proton/neutron (energy/mass) and will be primarily considered
as 1960 electrons, sworled together.
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Figure 38 Figure 39
Pyramid showing two faces. Pyramid showing four faces.
The human carbon atom is shaped with six pyramidal sections inside a cubesphere;
therefore a basic introduction to pyramid geometry is appropriate. A
pyramid can have three, four or more faces. It can be shaped like the Great
Pyramid at Giza, or it can be taller or flatter. If two identical pyramids touch
bases they may glide together (permanently bond) at their bases, forming a
double pyramid. If this occurs, the two bases disappear and the solid takes on a
new shape. This occurs when two square pyramids bond at their bases and
become an octahedron, or double square pyramid.
Geometry of Pyramid Inside Cube
When a viewer is looking directly at a face of the pyramid, there can be several
views, as in Figures 38 and 39.
Some views of a pyramid accent a corner, as in Figure 40. This is called the
edge-to-edge view. In this view the distance from one corner of the pyramid to
the opposite corner, or the diagonal across the square base, becomes one of the
linear measurements. The angle at the peak is called the peak angle edge-toedge.
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There is a unique relationship between height, apothem and slope of the six
pyramids that fit into a cube. When the base is 2 units, the height is Ö 1, apothem
becomes Ö 2, and slope is Ö 3. This periodicity follows throughout Plato’s solids.
Computing Linear Measurements
Given: base = 2
If six pyramids fit into a cube with all points at the center, the height of each
must be one-half the length of one side of the cube. Therefore height = 1.
Step 1: Compute apothem given ½ base and height.
1/2 base = 1
height = 1
Using Pythagorean theorem:
Apothem2 = ½ base2 + height2
= 1 + 1
Apothem =Ö 2
Edge-to-ground view, with diagonal as
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To compute the slope, a view showing slope, apothem and base is required, as
in Figure 41.
Step 2: Compute slope given 1/2 base and apothem.
1/2 base = 1
apothem = Ö 2
slope2 = 1/2 base2 + apothem2
slope = Ö 3
There are three distinct peak angles in pyramids. In this particular pyramid the
angles are as follows:
1. Plane peak angle 70.528 degrees (part of scope, used to make
2. Cross-view peak angle 90 degrees (angle of reflection, visible when
pyramid is bisected)
3. Peak angle edge-to-edge 109.47 degrees (visible when diagonal is the
There are also three distinct angles at the base. These can be computed by
subtracting the peak angle from 180 degrees, and dividing the remainder by 2.
Plane view of one face of pyramid indicating slope,
apothem and base
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The base angles are as follows:
1. Face to ground angle, plane view 54.73 degrees.
2. Base angle, cross-view (apothem to apothem) 45 degrees.
3. Base angle, edge-to-edge view 35.265 degrees.
When duplicated and mounted, Figure 42 represents half a pyramid, or a
pyramid bisected through the peak and two sides. A larger template appears in
the Templates section.
Template of half a pyramid that fits inside a cube.
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Computing the Magnitudes
The regions of 1st, 2nd and 3rd magnitudes were dealt with briefly in Appendix 1,
Law of Interchange or I-Change and in Appendix 2, Intensification. It is important
to be aware that regions of intensification exist in pyramids and cones, not only to
comprehend the motion of the atom, but also to use this knowledge scientifically.
All pyramids intensify energy within them to varying degrees, from 10 times
(1 x 101) to 1000 times (1 x 103). Each intensification of 10 is called a magnitude.
The pyramids within the cube intensify by exactly 100 times (1 x 102) or to the 2nd
Magnitude, as in Figure 43. The pyramid in Figure 44 intensifies by exactly 1000
times (1 x 103) or to the 3rd magnitude of 10.
Quartz crystals that are designed as cones or pyramids could be used in solar
trays to convert sunlight to electricity very efficiently; simple carbohydrates can
be formed in large pyramids, and new healing energies can be created using
pointed crystals designed with specific angles. For example, a pyramid with
angles similar to the Great Pyramid at Giza will heal broken bones, while blue
crystals with wider peaks can be used to heal the spleen.
When computing the magnitudes in a pyramid, the base and the apothem are
required. These can be measured in a cross-section of the center of the pyramid,
as shown in Figure 45.
To locate the magnitudes, the apothems EF and EG are bisected, and
perpendicular lines UW and VW are drawn to meet at W. A plumb line is
Figure 43 Figure 44
Intensification to second magnitude. Intensification to third magnitude.
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dropped from E to meet point W, and EW is bisected at U. Line ST is drawn
through U, horizontal to the base. The region below HJ becomes the 1st
Magnitude, the region between ST and HJ becomes the 2nd Magnitude, and the
region above ST is the 3rd Magnitude.
The pyramid within the cube is much flatter, as shown in Figure 46. The point P
falls on the base MN. The region between MN and AB is the region of the 1st
Magnitude, while the region between AB and the peak O is the region of the
2nd Magnitude. Because the line OP is bisected, the magnitudes are equal.
Magnitude in a pyramid having base equal to apothem
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The angle of reflection is the peak angle cross-view. The square of the angle of
reflection is equal to 4 times the angle of reflection. Since the angle of reflection in this
pyramid is equal to 90 degrees, the square of the angle is 360 degrees. This is a
unique property, and may in future become the base for determining the angles
of reflection of other substances, thereby identifying their vibration rate.
When light enters a medium at 90 degrees there is no interference or refraction.
Since the angle of reflection in this square pyramid is 90 degrees, and the
square of the angle is 360 degrees, it is possible for the carbon atom to absorb
all of the incoming light energy. This may be one of the reasons why human
carbon atoms absorb light energy efficiently, and why humans are being
identified as “light beings.”
Templates of the pyramids within the cube, and the outer form of the cube are
available in the Templates section.
Cross-view of pyramid within human carbon atom.
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THE ORANGE EXPERIMENT
To demonstrate that a sphere can be comprised of six identical
square pyramidal shapes having rounded bases.
One orange, a paring knife, and a black felt marker.
With a felt marker, scribe a square at the navel end of the orange, as in
Figure 47. Scribe a square at the opposite end also.
This forms a girdle or band in the center. Mark off four more squares within
that band, making all squares equal, as in Figure 48.
Figure 47 Figure 48
Scribe a square at navel end of orange. Six squares on outer surface of orange.
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Six cardboard pyramids representing six sections of a cube.
With a paring knife, cut into the center of the orange, following the black lines,
as in Figure 49. Hold the orange for the final cuts.
When the last cut is made, the orange falls apart into six equal sections, as
shown in Figure 50.
If the sections are cut accurately, they appear similar to the six paper models in
Figure 51, with the exception that they have round bases.
Cut along lines into
center of orange.
Six pyramids with rounded bottoms.
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Figure 52 is a photograph of a paper model of a cube divided into six sections.
The model indicates five square orbits having circumferences that descend at a
periodicity of 0.75. The fifth, or smallest ring, meets the dark spot in the center
of the cube, which represents the nucleus of the atom.
1. An orange can be cut into six sections in the shape of square pyramids
with rounded bases.
2. A cube can consist of six identical square pyramids with peaks meeting
in the center.
Paper model of a cube in six sections.
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Symbol of Motion of Atom
EXPERIMENT TO INTERPRET THE SYMBOL
To interpret the symbol of the motion of the human carbon atom
as presented in Figure 53.
The symbol depicts the trace of a unit of energy spiraling outward within a
controlled force field of the human carbon atom. The circle in the center of the
symbol represents the nucleus. The energy spirals outward 1/4 turn, to the point
(1), then changes direction and completes the first orbit. There is a change in
direction when the second orbit begins, and it also travels outward 1/4 turn, to
the point (2), then changes direction and completes the second orbit. This
continuous spiral is repeated for five orbits, and is followed by a similar return
path to the nucleus. Expanding orbits increase in circumference, following an
expansion periodicity of 1.333 (each succeeding orbit is 1.333 greater than its
predecessor.) Diminishing orbits decrease in circumference, following a
periodicity of .75 (each succeeding orbit is 1/4 less than its predecessor).
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Method Using Metal Cone and Rubber Rings
Attach string or wire to a cone, to trace a track similar to the symbol in
Figure 53 on the previous page.
§ A cone such as a honey strainer, funnel, or a cone made of durable card
stock. For the purposes of the experiment, the angle of the cone is
§ Glue gun or “Goop”
§ Five rubber “O-Rings” available at an industrial retail outlet. The largest
ring will have a circumference equal to the base of the cone, with each of
the four succeeding circumferences being 1/4 less than its predecessor. If
O-Rings are not available in exact sizes, they can be adjusted to the
correct size by cutting and gluing with “Goop” or a glue gun.
§ Coated electrical wire or heavy string of a color different than the
O-Rings (minimum 170 cm)
Place each O-Ring on the cone, allowing it to settle to its proper level.
Figure 54 indicates that the rings will settle at a spot on the cone where the
circumference of the ring is identical to the circumference along the cone. Note
that the bases are identical, the rings are identical, but the locations on the cones
Sketches indicating variations in ring positions on cones.
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Rings mounted on metal cone.
Using the glue gun or “Goop”, fasten the rings to cone, as in Figure 55.
The O-Rings will indicate the horizontal
path of the spiral. Measure the diameter of
the base of the cone, compute its
circumference using the equation
Circumference = PI d. Prepare a table of
circumferences, with each successive
circumference 1/4 less than its
predecessor. Compute values for 1/4 and
3/4 of each ring, and enter into separate
columns (see Table 2) In a separate
column indicate the total length of the
wire, as indicated in the table.
Table of Wire Lengths for Cone with Diameter of Base of Cone 17 cm
Spiral # Circum.
1 17.1 4.3 12.8 17.1
2 22.8 5.7 17.1 39.9
3 30.4 7.6 22.8 70.3
4 40.5 10.1 30.4 110.8
5 54.0 13.5 40.5 164.8
Cut off a minimum of 170 cm of color coated electrical wire. Cut the first piece
17.1 cm long. Cut 4.3 cm off that piece, and glue it as if it is coming out of the
nucleus, in a descending direction. One end will be above the first ring, the
other end will be glued to the first ring. Glue the remainder of the first piece
(12.8 cm) on top of the shortest black ring, so that it moves parallel to it (see
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Cut the second piece 22.8 cm long. Cut 5.7 cm off that piece, and glue it to the
end of the first spiraling wire, reversing direction and causing the wire to slope
downward to the second ring. One end of this short wire will be attached to the
first ring, and the other end will be attached to the second ring. Changing
direction, glue the remainder of this wire (17.1 cm) on top of the second black
ring, so that it moves parallel to it. Continue the procedure to the end. The last
wire will not cover the circumference of the base of the cone, because 1/4 of it
is used to spiral downward.
It is possible to interpret the symbol of the motion of the human carbon atom
using O-Rings and wire on cone, with the O-Rings having a diminishing
periodicity of 1/4 and an expanding periodicity of 1/3, and with the orbits
reversing direction after each 1/4 length.
Photograph of metal cone with reversing spirals.
Yellow flags indicate joins in red wire.
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Template No. 1 — Static Unit And Proton
(Hexagonal Double Pyramid)
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Template No. 2
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Template No. 3
Square Pyramids That Fit Into Cube
Photocopy, cut out 6 pyramids along bold lines, fold UP along dotted lines, so that the colored
spirals can be seen inside the pyramid. Glue the six pyramids together, and fit them inside the
outer form of a cube (the square box), Template 4.
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Template No. 4
Outer Form of Cube
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Template No. 5
Half of Pyramid That Fits Into Cube
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LIST OF TABLES
1 Table of Circle Coefficients ..............................
2 Wire Lengths for Cone with Diameter of Base of Cone 17 cm ............... 62
LIST OF APPENDICES
1 Law Of “Interchange” or “I-Change” ..............................
2 Intensification ..............................
3 Spiraling Energy ..............................
4 Thrust ..............................
5 Pyramid Geometry ..............................
6 The Orange Experiment ..............................
7 Experiment to Interpret the Symbol........................
LIST OF TEMPLATES
1 Static Unit and Proton (Hexagonal Pyramid) ..............................
2 Photon (Icosahedron) ..............................
3 Six Pyramids within a Cube ..............................
4 Outer Form of a Cube ..............................
5 Half a Pyramid that Fits into a Cube..........................
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LIST OF FIGURES
1 Doodling the motion of the atom ..............................
2 The Symbol ..............................
3 The Symbol........................
4 Orange partitioned into six sections ..............................
5 Composite cube with one section lifted........................
6 Composite wooden cube with six pyramids exposed.......................
7 Wooden cube and wooden rhombic dodecahedron..................
8 Scope of 75 percent and 78.3 percent.......................
9A Symbol of motion of human carbon atom ..............................
9B Interpretation of motion using red wire on metal cone ..............................
10 Graphic depiction of spirals within a square pyramid.......................
11 The Four S’s of Spiraling Energy ..............................
12 Electrons ..............................
13 A static unit ..............................
14 The four electrons on the left fit underneath the 10 electrons on the right................. 24
15 A cluster of 14 electrons close-packed into a static unit ..............................
16 Fourteen marbles close-packed ..............................
17 Spinning and spiraling into the shape of an icosahedron ..............................
18 Ten static units and a photon (icosahedron) ..............................
19 Photons partially assembled ..............................
20 Outer shape of proton ..............................
21 First photon is placed in bottom half of outer shell.........................
22 Second row with three photons in position......................
23 Ten photons in one-half of the double pyramid ..............................
24 The two parts of a double triangular pyramid ..............................
25 Graphic size comparison ..............................
26 Cardboard model of atom ..............................
27 Copper pyramid inside gold plated wire pyramid ..............................
28 The Symbol ..............................
29 Sample PI Waves.........................
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30 A half circle giving birth to four PI waves ..............................
31 Sketch of arc as 1/4 of circle ..............................
32 Sketch showing small arc ..............................
33 Graph of PI wave ..............................
34 Graph of expanding waves.........................
35 Cross-view of pyramid on Cartesian plane.........................
36 Expanding and diminishing orbits ..............................
37 Graphic representation of motion ..............................
38 Pyramid showing two faces ..............................
39 Pyramid showing four faces.........................
40 Edge-to-ground view ..............................
41 Plane view of pyramid ..............................
42 Template of half a pyramid ..............................
43 Intensification to second magnitude.....................
44 Intensification to third magnitude ..............................
45 Magnitude in a pyramid having base equal to apothem ..............................
46 Cross-view of pyramid ..............................
47 Scribe a square at naval end of orange ..............................
48 Six squares on outer surface of orange ..............................
49 Cut along lines into center of orange........................
50 Six pyramids with rounded bottoms.......................
51 Six cardboard pyramids representing six sections of a cube ..............................
52 Paper model of a cube in six sections......................
53 The Symbol ..............................
54 Variations in ring positions on cones ..............................
55 Rings mounted on metal cone ..............................
56 Metal cone with reversing spirals.......................
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Interchange of molecules and partial particles in the
The angle at peak of a pyramidal section within the atom.
1. Plane peak angle: Angle at peak, as when designing a
cardboard pyramid. 14, 53
2. Cross-view peak angle: Face-to-face peak angle of a
pyramid bisected through peak, two faces and two
bases. 13, 45, 58
3. Peak angle edge-to-edge. 55, 58
Angle of reflection
7, 13-15, 30, 42-43, 50,
New definition for the cross-view peak angle of a
pyramid. The view when a pyramid is bisected through
the peak, two faces and two bases.
Composite wave length
The sum of wave lengths of motion within six sections of
the human carbon atom
Cross-view peak angle See angle and angle of reflection.
10-13, 30, 51
A cube within a sphere, with the corners of the cube
touching the inner surface of the sphere.
11, 12, 31
A solid with 12 identical faces. The regular
dodecahedron has 12 pentagonal faces, while the rhombic
dodecahedron has 12 diamond-shaped faces.
Double triangular pyramid
Two tetrahedrons joined at their bases. The energy shape
of a static unit and of a proton.
The first atom before hydrogen, also known as the
proton, and as the unit of electricity that does not require
wire as a medium.
A combined trace of heart and brain frequencies of a
7, 10, 13-14, 16-17, 30, 37,
42-43, 49, 50, 61
The energy field beyond the nucleus of the human carbon
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Four S’s of Spiraling Energy
Spinning, spiraling, swirling, and sworling.
The point of transition from one energy form to another.
7, 12, 20, 25, 51
Glide (noun) — a snug fit between two faces of two
Glide (verb) — as “When two faces of a pyramid or
crystal fit perfectly they glide together, or they become a
6, 8, 17, 20, 25, 29-31
Abbreviated form of Interchange.
11, 25-26, 30
A regular solid with 20 faces. The energy shape of a
7, 17, 31, 33, 55
A form of energy within pyramids and cones, the result
of pressure and spinning, spiraling, swirling or sworling.
8, 17, 20, 21, 23, 25, 29-32, 50
The movement of various forms of matter or energy from
one form to another.
7, 11, 25
When the space within a solid is completely filled by
smaller units that fit snugly with no space between faces,
forming a glide, there is a condition of interspatial
balance within that solid.
17, 55, 56
A definition of intensification of energy within a
pyramid, designated in increments of powers of 10.
8, 17, 21, 28-29, 31-32,
The first unit of matter, created by sworling protons
Nil gravity field
A situation where gravity has been circumvented.
Normal gravity field
16, 47, 49
A normal situation where the force of gravity is present.
8, 10, 16, 30, 32, 36-37, 40-41,
49-50, 60-61, 63
A unit of mass, located at the center of the human carbon
atom, comprising one or more neutrons.
Peak angle edge-to-edge See angle.
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8, 17-18, 21, 23, 25-33, 71
A packet of light energy, the equivalent of 140 electrons.
17, 40-42, 46, 70
Circular spirals or waves created by the movement of
energy within the human carbon atom.
Plane peak angle See angle.
8, 10, 13, 17-18, 21, 26-34,
36, 40-42, 49-50, 70-71
A packet of energy equal to 1960 electrons.
7, 10, 14, 15, 35, 53
The sum of the plane angles at the peak of a pyramid.
7, 10, 12-13, 16, 17, 37, 46,
51, 59, 60
Pyramidal sections containing the force field of the
human carbon atom, limiting the spiraling motion to the
shape of the section.
10, 13, 21, 23-24, 48
The specific amount of spinning required to spin
electrons to form static units.
7, 10, 13, 16-17, 21, 24-25, 28,
31, 33, 35, 47-50, 61, 64
The specific amount of spiraling and pressure required to
spiral static units to form photons.
Square of angle
7, 17, 71
The sum of the “cross-view peak angles” in a pyramid.
An abbreviated form of “square of angle of reflection.”
Square of angle of reflection See square of angle.
7, 8, 17, 21, 23-25, 28-32, 71
Units of energy formed by spinning electrons.
21, 26, 30
The specific amount of swirling and pressure required to
swirl photons into protons.
7, 17, 21, 30-31
The specific amount of sworling under pressure required
to sworl protons into neutrons.
7, 10, 15-17, 31, 40, 47-50
A sudden change in the amount of pressure exerted by a
unit of mass or energy.
The wave length of motion in one section of the human