Atomic Induction

The vast majority of electrical energy is generated via electromagnetic induction. Two dissimilar metals, iron and copper, are placed in proximity of each other, one in motion, the other stationary. This configuration induces electricity. We are drawing this magical force from some unseen source.

This same configuration is occurring on the sub-atomic scale. A changing electric force is constantly inducing its magnetic reaction into a sustained resonance. Much like a standing wave feedback loop, this resonance begins with the simplest of elements, Hydrogen. The churning wave patterns of the proton sustain a changing electric force, all within some Solfeggio-like symmetry. This provides the fuel for the then-sustained magnetic reaction. This construct is then repeated as each proton-electron pair enters into our zone of existence.

At the pairing of eight protons/electrons, we have the perfectly symmetrical dual-paired tetrahedron. This completes the first electron shell – Oxygen. Now the atomic induction process increases in complexity and potential.

Oxygen KeyImagine the above diagram representing Oxygen. The inner proton configuration is a perfect cube (dual-paired tetrahedron). Eight vertices of the cube represent the eight proton locations. The corresponding electron location are extended out in perfect symmetry, surround the inner cube with an outer cube. Each inner proton is tethered to a particular electron. The inner cube is locked to the outer, and they move as one unit.


Atomic induction
Atomic induction