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New Physics

Redefining Physics

Through our efforts to understand nature in a more sophisticated way, a new physics has emerged. In this new physics vibration, harmonics and resonance play a very important role. From a single atom, to compounds, to all energy / matter interaction, sympathetic resonance forges the manifestation of the physical universe. All matter arises from etheric origins, the ether being the interface, or medium, that enables all force manifestation.

The following sections present new perspectives on matter, motion, energy, and force relying on these foundational premises:

• All things are vibrational
• All motion is a form of induction
• All things are interconnected
• The ether is the medium, the interface, enabling all force manifestation via fields

Etheric Origins

There is a formless force continually driving and upholding all physicality in a dynamic fashion. These etheric origins of influence imply an open system, an interdependent connectedness where zones of vibration allow a more organic model to prevail. The ether provides the fulcrum point boundary layer for any given dimension - the formless, networked energy providing the fuel for each dimensional form. An atom, for example, is the ether disturbance manifesting as a charged standing wave. The convergence of subtle harmonic wave patterns continually uphold this ether perturbation, providing a reconciliation of space / counterspace tension.

This charge-based universe is comprised of two conjugate qualities that create form: electric and magnetic. The continual motion and interplay between these two counterparts, the centripetal (electric) and centrifugal (magnetic), dictate the resonant balance of every atom and are at the heart of all physical force. This balance is upheld in a natural harmonic order, from the simplest hydrogen atom to the complex heavy elements. This concept with the predominance in the electric describes gravity, whereas the predominance in the magnetic describes light.

The Role of Consciousness

Consciousness is the fundamental force of nature. The open system model of energy and matter interaction implies the interdependent nature of all things, opening the door to a unified model - one where all forces of nature are harmonics of their predecessor, all resonating to one fundamental: consciousness.

Consciousness is the ultimate creative force – it is unified vibration, non-dual. Like a transducer, the ether absorbs this force, allowing duality and multiple dimensions to manifest and the physical forces of nature to gain a foothold. As a unified force, consciousness precedes the conjugate electric / magnetic relationship. As the ether is the interface for physical force manifestation, the collective mind is the interface for the ether.

Matter

The concept of atoms being comprised of physical particles is not accurate. Charge and field pressure determine physicality, with standing wave vibration giving the appearance of actual “particles.”  Etheric wave patterns are the fuel for all “matter,” continually driving every element into existence as we know it, implying an intricate network of subtle forces that oscillate between the form and the formless in an open system. Matter is manifest in geometric forms following the Platonic solid symmetry, with the centripetal gravitational fields of the proton giving rise to the centrifugal magnetic fields of matter.

Motion

The ether is the interface that enables all of manifestation, and is the medium for all motion-generated induction. All motion is in some way a form of induction, though most is extremely subtle and currently unable to be measured or detected. All motion is curved, and for the most part can be thought of as either generative or dispersive. Centripetal, spiraling inward motion is charging, while centrifugal, dispersive motion is discharging.

Centripetal motion
:                                                               
·  Electric
· Charging (positive)
· Gravitic
· Counter-space
· Attractive
· Generative
· Inertia in acceleration

Centrifugal motion:
· Magnetic
· Discharging (negative)
· Dispersive
· Space
· Repulsive
· Radiative
· Loss of inertia

Vibration

Everything is vibrational, and can be categorized as having specific types. All vibrations have a frequency. Light, or electromagnetic radiation, is vibratory, and each type of electromagnetic radiation has a specific frequency that moves along the electromagnetic spectrum. Yet light is only one small vibrational type of a larger, multidimensional vibratory spectrum. Gravity, compounds, and even consciousness have their own vibrational types, adhering to their own spectrum. The periodic table of elements, for example, is the atomic spectrum. Any vibrations in harmonic proportion are attractive, and any vibrations in discordant proportion are repulsive.

The transverse wave model currently used to describe electromagnetic radiation is not quite accurate. All vibration - from sound, to gravity, to atoms - is better described as ether perturbations propagating in a longitudinal wave fashion. Rather than compression and rarefaction, a vibration better resembles cavitation and radiation. Cavitation, or implosion, is the charging “compression” aspect of a vibration. The increase of counter-space creates a voidance: electric. Radiation, or dispersion, is the discharging “rarefaction” aspect. The field ether pressure of space: magnetic.

The frequency of vibrations is currently measured against time, though vibrations are actually speed-based, with the ether being the relative reference frame. Time is a manmade construct - it is relative. Gravity, time, space, and the speed of light are in no way constants. The ether from which all vibratory particles originate is the only constant giving relativity to everything else and must be considered in all interactions.

The Atomic Components

In the world of form, energy must be expressed as duality. The primary counterpart forces - electric and magnetic - are two qualities bound together with a nearly infinite number of ways to manifest itself.

An atom’s primary components are neutrons, protons, vortex tubes, “electrons,” and magnetic fields.  There really is no concept of individual particles, per se. These components are all literally connected by electric or magnetic fields, all interacting in a synchronous and harmonic fashion. It is the interaction of these components and how the energy is expressed in resonant manner that defines any element. Any attempts to further subdivide an element into sub-atomic particles is simply the identification of the etheric wave patterns converging and manifesting as one of the two conjugate qualities.

White Vortex

Every atom is the antithesis of a black hole: a white vortex.  A fractal pattern counterpart to a host black hole, the white vortex is the miniature inverse. The white vortex in a perpetual state of motion and vibratory emission, and provides the inter-dimensional gateway via its singularity. While the black hole consumes vibration, the white vortex emits vibration. Both share singularities and event horizons.

Energetic Structures

Each atom has deep, energetic roots and each element has a unique energetic structure - this being the source of the atomic etheric origin. These energetic structures are the etheric predecessor to the physical crystal structure, with one of the five energetic shapes representing every element. The shapes are repeated in non-regular intervals. The unique combination of size, shape and speed gives each element its specific properties and identity.

Atomic Formation

Every atom is the eigenmode equivalent of a standing wave musical chord, with a wide range of consonance and dissonance.
Emanating from the atomic singularity via the ether, the neutron is the first to manifest out of the void. Neutral wave patterns form, taking the shape of a churning torus. The neutrons form in symmetrical geometric patterns as nested Platonic solid shapes. These geometric neutron orbitals are the first to arise from the atomic singularity. Just beyond the neutron shells are the proton shells. The churning nested tori of the proton follow a 3-6-9 ratio, thus producing charge. This charge manifests as the dielectric force emanating out from the atomic singularity, manipulated by the neutron orbitals.

Each charged proton torus (aka quark) emanates a magnetic column; three nested magnetic columns surround the electric force shooting out from the atomic singularity of counter-space. The dielectric destruction gives rise to the magnetic creation. The magnetic columns merge and splay out, much like the opening of an umbrella. This action discharges a magnetic field surrounding the proton / vortex tube ether perturbation, and secures the atomic standing wave in stable resonance. This is the birth of the electron shell / magnetic field, enclosing the atom in a resonant cavity.

The Unfolding of Elements

The first proton / electron pair is hydrogen: a single proton attached to the voiding electron via the vortex tube. Next, two proton / electron pairs create helium. The protons are attempting to unite and fall back into the formless void, attracted to each other, while the two negatively discharging electrons are exactly 180° away from each other, repelling. Lithium follows suit, with three voiding protons upheld by three vortex tube electron tethers. Each electron is now separated by 120° in a flat plane, repelling each other, settling into an equidistant location of symmetry.

Beryllium is the fourth proton / electron pair. taking the shape of nature’s most efficient three-dimensional form: the tetrahedron. The Platonic solid symmetry begins here.

The remaining elements follow the same configuration in ascending complexity. As the number of shells increase, the complexity and potential increases. The end result is a series of nested Platonic solids that describe the elements, and is the foundation for the new periodic table called the Ajax McIntosh Model.

Restructuring the Periodic Table - The Ajax McIntosh Model

The Ajax McIntosh Model is a multidimensional depiction of the elements, represented by a series of twelve nested Platonic solids. Each Platonic solid represents an electron shell, or resonance chamber. The Ajax McIntosh Model has twelve electron shells with no subshells, as opposed to the popular Mendeleev’s model of seven electron shells with four subshells.
The traditional boundaries between elements (groups and periods) represented in Mendeleev’s model are not nearly as absolute as currently presented. In the Ajax Model, an element is defined as an element primarily for its vibrational zone, and these zones can overlap from atom to atom. Atomic identity is more flexible, a form of dynamic sequencing. The shaded, unoccupied areas represent mirror reflections, undiscovered / unformed elements, or anti-matter relationships between known and parallel dimensions. Each electron shell is an octave of its predecessor, the difference between the number of faces and vertices doubling with each shell.
The element locations correlate to the vertices and/or faces of the Platonic solids. The first shell is represented by the dual-paired tetrahedron, having an equal number of vertices and faces: eight. Oxygen, having eight proton/electron pairs, completes the first shell. The six faces of the cube represent the second row of elements, from Fluorine to Silicon.

Subsequent shells have the difference between the number of vertices and faces doubling; this represents octaves. The sequencing continues, following an alternating pattern of regular Platonic solid to dual-paired. Eventually, the heaviest elements are represented by a series of twelve nested Platonic solid electron shells.

New Atomic Properties and Behaviors

Considering every atom is the inverse, the antithesis, of a black hole, it is constantly emitting vibrations. Etheric forces dynamically drive each element into manifestation. This charged ether perturbation is a standing wave resonant cavity, an over-unity entity of vast potential.

The simplest hydrogen atom comprised of one proton and one electron has an astounding amount of “empty space” within it. If the proton was enlarged to the size of a soccer ball, the electron / vortex tube opening would be about ten miles away. Within this vast amount of “empty” space there is a wealth of opportunity for ether interaction, allowing for many new properties and behaviors to be discovered:

Precession can be thought of as the earth wobbling on its axis - the slow and symmetrical “precession” or wobble as it rotates. This property adds much complexity and capability to any object in motion. Approximately 40% of the elements precess. One of the main contributions of precession from an atomic point of view is enhanced electrical and thermal conduction. The rate of precession varies greatly, and is affected by external factors such as temperature, electromagnetic radiation, pressure, and bonded elements.

Example of elements that process:
• Silver
• Copper
• Carbon
• Silicon 
• Gold

Atomic induction is the rate at which inner shells spin independently of their parent shells, causing vortex tubes from outer shells to cross or cut vortex tubes residing in inner shells. Atomic induction is one of the primary factors in determining chemical families and atomic identity.

Since every proton is tethered to an electron via a set of nested magnetic columns (vortex tubes), there is a stable proton / electron physical pairing. On an atomic level, this pairing is synonymous with the rotor / stator form of electrical generation. The shape of every atomic proton “shell” is magnified by its corresponding electron shell, fixed as one unit by the vortex tubes. Subsequent shells overlap, causing vortex tubes to cross between shells and creating atomic induction.

The noble gases have all electron shells locked up. The particular Platonic configuration of the outer valence shell squeezes all the inner shells, preventing independent shell rotation and causing a very tight radius. This is the primary reason the nobles do not bond with other elements – zero atomic induction. The alkali metals, on the other hand, have all shells spinning in random polarities and independently in relation to each other. They are largest and most reactive of all elements and bond with just about everything. Like a spring that is released, we go from a small “locked up shells” gas (nobles) that won’t bond, to a large “unlocked shells” metal (alkali metals) that are highly reactive – all the result of increased atomic induction.

Imagine an atom comprised of two electron shells. For simplicity, these two shells are represented by cubes. In actuality, there is a total of four cubes: two for each shell. The first shell has an inner “proton” cube and an outer “electron” cube. The tiny inner cube is locked to the outer cube via the vortex tubes. The two cubes are really one unit, rotating as a whole. These two paired cubes represent the first shell.The second shell is exactly the same, just a bit larger.

The second shell’s proton cube surrounds the first shell’s proton cube. In the same manner, the second shell’s electron cube surrounds the first shell’s electron cube. In essence, the orbitals of the electron shells now become tied to their corresponding protons, giving the protons orbitals as well. When multi-shelled elements have their orbitals locked, atomic induction is zero. As orbitals spin independently, speed and polarity dictate atomic induction values.

The current theory of electrical conduction says that electric current is the flow of free electrons in material. In other words, electrons are being shared across atoms. In the Dunedain model, the electron is the terminal endpoint of each vortex tube; it is the superconductive doorway to the atomic singularity. If any single “electron” were removed from an atom, the valence shell of the atom would collapse. By definition, it would no longer be the original atom. This is precisely what occurs in stars, and is the cause of nuclear fusion and the subsequent electromagnetic radiation.

An electron is not a particle. Rather, it is a field, the eye of the hurricane and negative discharge location of each proton/vortex tube pair. During conduction – electrical or thermal – the bound electron is extended via the vortex tube. The valence shell protons become energized, and a new wave pattern torus is formed in the center of the proton, thus extending energy outside its outer magnetic field shell. This energized atom now begins to precess faster, enhancing conduction. The speed and symmetry of the adjoining atom’s precession determines the efficiency of conduction.

For example, when electricity is introduced in an electrical circuit, the electricity (charges) move in two directions. The positive charge enters one side and the first copper atom acts as a receiver, accepting electricity through its terminal endpoint vortex tubes. This energizes the protons, causing them to increase in spin and spurn a new proton-torus, which in turn causes the atom precess. This manipulates the permittivity of the positively charged atoms; the precessing atoms now transmit positive charge to neighboring atoms via vortex tube electric extension.

The negative discharge of the electric current enters the other side of the circuit. These copper atoms are now energized via magnetism. Similar to the electric / positive charge, these valence protons are excited via negative discharge, manipulating the atoms permeability. An inner new proton-torus is formed, extending a new nested magnetic column vortex tube beyond its outer shell in the form of magnetism. Like synchronized metronomes, the electrified, positively charged atoms and the magnetized, negatively discharging atoms carry “charge” through the circuit simultaneously. The original atomic configuration remains intact. Technically speaking, there is no electron particle exchange.

The reason silver is a superior conductor over copper is that silver atoms are able to precess in unison: a form of crystallized conduction, nearing zero resistance.

The neutron configuration plays an important role in atomic stability and charge. In the same manner that the proton/electron pairs per shell are locked together as a unit, the innermost part of the nucleus is comprised of “neutron shells.” Neutrons also follow Platonic solid symmetry, and are nested in ascending complexity depending on their number.

Neutron orbitals play an important role in determining atomic charge/neutrality. Like atomic induction, the independent speed and polarity that nested neutron orbitals display will greatly affect any element’s properties.

The silicon atom has the ability to precess, like other good conductors. However, it also has the unique ability to embed its vortex tubes within other bonded silicon atoms, thus dynamically manipulating conduction by dampening precession. While acting as a conductor, bonded silicon atoms are joined via a “point-to-point” type of bond, where vortex tube endings from one atom are connected to vortex tube endings from others. Precession is slowed, and in the case of silicon atoms, conduction is dampened and it then behaves more as an insulator.

While silicon has the ability to embed its outer shell’s vortex tubes into other bonded atoms, it can also embed internally. In conjunction with vortex tubes embedding from one atom to another, silicon atoms’ vortex tubes from the outer shell can embed into the vortex tubes of the inner shell. Like iron and copper, silicon’s valence shell vortex tubes are essentially a piston pulling the dielectric force from the cylinders of the inner shell’s tubes. This is a more direct method of atomic induction. This, combined with precession, gives silicon its unique properties.

The combination of atomic induction values and harmonic ratios determines all bonding properties and compound formation. All atomic bonding occurs at the terminal endpoint locations of the vortex tubes. Any vibrations in harmonic proportion are attractive, and any vibrations in discordant proportion are repulsive. Given attractive harmonic conditions, these vortex tube endpoints are the vacuum suction locations of the dielectric. Under discordant conditions, these points become thrusters repelling atoms away from each other.

The harmonic wave patterns emitted through vortex tubes dictate the strength and types of bonds between elements, while specific geometric configurations of the elements greatly assist in determining bonding architectures and crystallization.

The various types of bonding include:
• Floating (gas, liquids)
• Point-to-point (one vortex tube from atom #1 bonded to one vortex tube from atom #2)
• 2-points (hinged)
• 3-to-5 points (depending on Platonic configurations)
• Vortex tubes crossing
• Vortex tube embedding

Matter is the charge manifestation of the bound conjugate qualities of the electric and magnetic in the form of a resonant cavity standing wave. The inverse of a black hole, atoms are miniature white vortices which provide a gateway to the mysterious ether. Cavitational resonance is the nuclear binding force, which collectively transforms to gravity. Vortex tube severance is light, in the form of unbound magnetism. The ether is the medium from which these conjugate qualities arise, the echoes of an open system of interconnectedness.

As we begin to better understand the vibratory nature of matter and energy, we will begin to understand the subtle interactions between the two.

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