KnowledgePosted by Hanne Mon, December 31, 2018 15:20:41
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….
Image above: blue flame structure (bar magnet) on left and red flame structure (two bar magntes joined) on right
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