4 Forces

Scientists today talk of the 4 forces of nature: Gravity, electromagnetism, nuclear strong and nuclear weak. If these forces are measured in terms of strength, they are as follows, in descending order:

Force Description
Nuclear strong Attractive: binds protons / neutrons together
Electromagnetism Attractive / repulsive: atomic and molecular interactions, light, electricity
Nuclear weak Repulsive: atomic radioactive decay
Gravity Attractive: cosmos – planets, stars, galaxies


The nuclear strong force is approximately 100 times stronger than electromagnetism, a million times stronger than the nuclear weak, and 1038 times stronger than the gravitation force. They are in fact harmonics of each other, with a varying predominance of one of the two binary forces for each one.

Curved motion and the reconciliation of duality is the common factor for all the forces. They are all gyroscopic in nature – beginning of a unified theory.



Every element is diamagnetic. That is, it repels a magnetic field. This is very important. Approximately 50% of the elements show paramagnetic and/or ferromagnetic (attract a magnetic field) properties as well. But these elements are intrinsically diamagnetic; para- and/or ferromagnetism “over-ride” its diamagnetic nature.

The vortex tubes tethering every proton/electron pair are diamagnetic cavitation chambers. This is the magical boundary layer between the electric (generative) force and the magnetic (dispersive) force. This diamagnetic cavitation chamber is where all motion is centripetal in nature; pure generative life giving force. Always seeking the singularity of no motion, the void.

Consider gravity – everything trying to make it to the collective singularity. If the surface of the earth were to disappear, everything falls towards it. If an object were to find its mark gravitationally, it would cease to move. The fundamental vibration of diamagnetic cavitation resonates with all matter.

The manipulation of the chamber(s) of the vortex tubes changes the magnetic ordering of an element. This now uncovers the repulsive force of gravity. We naturally think of gravity as attractive. However, gravity is trapped in duality, just like all forces. The repulsive, or discordant, side of gravity is just as alive as its attractive counterpart.



The two qualities of electromagnetism – electric and magnetic – are bound together. Attractive vs repulsive, yin vs yang – call them what you will. They are bound together, the expression of duality this time in the harmonic of electromagnetism.


Nuclear Strong and Weak

All the protons and neutrons of an atom are attracted to each other. Those tiny wave patterns emerging as apparent particles are an extremely attractive force. Positive attracts positive, and in a strong way. The protons are attempting to collapse in on themselves and escape back to the etheric void from which they arose, held in suspension by the tethers of the vortex tube electrons. This is the essence of the nuclear strong force

The nuclear weak is the antithesis of charge. Neutrality is introduced in the form of neutrons. Neutral mass introduces the inability of an atom to sustain itself in this charge based zone of existence, and decay presides.

Regardless of the force we focus on, each is really manifesting itself with a seeming predominance in one of the two dual-based qualities. And each ends up being a harmonic expression of its predecessor.