Ignite a flame with a bunsen burner and put a match (or an inflamable substance) in the transparent part in the middle of the flame, you will notice that the match (or inflamable substance) will not ignite.
Take a lens and capture sunlight with it. Put a match (or inflamable substance) in the focal point, you will notice that it will burn into flame.
What is the difference? One is a blue flame and the other is a red flame … one has space on the inside and the other has space on the outside … One has (yellow) light (and biggest density) on the outside and the other has (yellow) light on the inside …
According to Russell, our sun is to be considered as a dense concentration of light alike a focal point of a lens. Also according to Russell a sun is made between two full waves, or since a wave equals a bar magnet, it is made between two bar magnets …
This tells us something about the geometry of the red flame and bleu flame … one is a solid sphere with yellow on the inside and the other is a hollow sphere with yellow on the outside … two bar magnets joined together vs. one bar magnet …
The blue is the mother womb and the red is the father seed which penetrates the womb ...
The red and the blue are true mates and are the only unmixed pairs in the entire spectrum (according to Russell - other sources mention the 5 basics as blue, red, yellow, black and white). They are forever interchanging in the cycle of life-death where the cold blue sky surrounds the hot red spheres of centering matter, then the hot red radiaties in rings and surrounds the bleu/green centers of the expanding rings….
A while ago, I introduced the term coherence. According to Ken Wheeler, a magnet is a coherent system. So what is coherence ?… The image above on the left (Walter Russell) is showing the structure of a magnet, as a power multiplication device. Coherence is power multiplication and it can be compared to a spoon stirring in a glass of water. Introduce rotation in a system and you will multiply power …. In practical terms it means that the system, rotates around a single point of gravity ..
The true Principle of
Nature, on which are founded all the Phenomena of Electricity.
The summary I have exhibited of the principal phenomena of
electricity, has no doubt excited a curiosity to know what occult powers of
nature are capable of producing effects so surprizing.
The greatest part of natural philosophers acknowledge their
ignorance in this respect. They appear to be so dazzled by the endless variety
of phenomena, which every day present themselves, and by the singularly
marvellous circumstances which accompany these phenomena, that they are
discouraged from attempting an investigation of the true cause of them.
They readily admit the existence of a subtile matter, which
is the primary agent in the production of the phenomena, and which they
denominate the electric fluid ; but they are so embarrassed about determining
its nature and properties, that this important branch of physics is rendered
only more perplexed by their researches.
There is no room to doubt, that we must look for the source
of all the phenomena of electricity only in a certain fluid and subtile matter
; but we have no need to go to the regions of imagination in quest of it. That
subtile matter denominated ether, whose reality I have already endeavoured to
demontrate, is sufficient very naturally to explain all the surprizing effects
which electricity presents. I hope I shall be able to set this in so clear a
light, that you shall be able to account for every electrical phenomenon,
however strange an -appearance it may assume.
The great requisite
is to have a thorough knowledge of the nature of ether.
The air which we breathe rises only to a certain height
above the surface of the earth ; the higher you ascend, the more subtile it
becomes, and at last it entirely ceases. We must not affirm, that beyond the
region of the air there is a perfect vacuum, which occupies the immense space
in which the heavenly bodies revolve.
The rays of light which are diffused in all directions from
these heavenly bodies, sufficiently demonstrate that those vast spaces are filled
with a subtile matter.
If the rays of light are emanations forcibly projected from
luminous bodies, as some philosophers have maintained, it must follow, that the
whole space of the heavens is filled with these rays, nay that they move
through it with incredible rapidity. You have only to recollect the prodigious
velocity with which the rays of the sun are transmitted to us. On this
hypothesis, not only would there be no vacuum, but all space would be filled
with a subtile matter, and that in a state of constant and most dreadful agitation.
But I think I have clearly proved, that rays of light are no
more emanations projected from luminous bodies, than sound is from sonorous
bodies. It is much more certain, that rays of light are nothing else but a
tremulous motion or agitation of a subtile matter, just as sound consists of a
similar agitation excited in the air. And as sound is produced and transmitted
by the air, light is produced and transmitted by that matter, incomparably more
subtile, denominated ether, which consequently fills the immense space between
the heavenly bodies.
Ether then is a medium proper for the transmission of rays
of light, and this same quality puts us in a condition to extend our knowledge
of its nature and properties. We have only to reflect on the properties of air,
which render it adapted to the reception and transmission of sound. The
principal cause is its elasticity or spring. You know that air has a power of
expanding itself in all directions, and that it does expand, the instant that
obstacles are removed. The air is never at rest, but when its elasticity is
every where the same ; whenever it is greater in one place than another, the
air immediately expands. We likewise discover by experiment, that the more the
air is compressed, the more its elasticity increases : hence the force of
air-guns, in whichthe air, being very strongly compressed, is capableof discharging
the ball with astonishing velocity. The contrary takes place when, the air is
rarefied : its elasticity becomes less in proportion as it is more rarified, or
diffused over a larger space.
On the elasticity of the air, then, relative to its density,
depends the velocity of sound, which makes a progress of about 1ooo feet in a
second. If the elasticity of the air were increased, its density remaining the same,
the velocity of sound would increase : and the same thing would take place if
the air were more rare, or less dense than it is, its elasticity being the
same. In general, the more that any medium, similar to air, is elastic, and at
the same time less dense, the more rapidly will the agitations excited in it be
transmitted. And as light is transmitted so many thousand times more rapidly than
sound, it must clearly follow, that the ether, that medium whose agitations
constitute light, is many thousand times more elastic than air, and, at the same
time, many thousand times more rare or more subtile, both of these qualities
contributing toaccelerate the propagation of light.
Such is the reason which leads to conclude, that ether is
many thousand times more elastic and more subtile than air ; its nature being
in other respects similar to that of air, in as much as it is likewise a fluid
matter, and susceptible of compression and of rarefaction. It is this quality
which will conduct us to the explanation
of all the phenomena of electricity.