Resonance Chambers

Resonance Chamber
Blanket of magnetism surrounding the nucleus

In this new representation of the atomic structure, the electron shell is now better described as a resonance chamber. There is a resonance established stemming from the first element, Hydrogen. This balance between the spinning proton and its extended vortex tube acting as a tether is upheld by charge. The positive-to-negative balance is the epitome of atomic induction. The changing wave pattern of the proton sustains a reactive magnetic shield, and a resonance is held. The electron shell is actually a blanket of magnetism surrounding the nucleus. As each proton enters into our zone of existence, this one-to-one resonance between each proton and electron unfolds in regular order.

In the etheric the behavior of the forces is more complex compared to the physical. Here, we think opposites attract; positive attracts negative. Over there, the interaction is not so simple. In terms of etheric energy representing most physical objects, in this case atoms, the attraction / repulsion interaction is as follows:

  • Positive attracts positive
  • Positive expels negative
  • Negative expels negative

Keeping in mind the first emergence from the formless into the form is the proton / electron pairing, these forces from the etheric are upheld. All the positively charged protons are attracted to each other. All the negatively charged electrons are expelled from each other.

As each proton extends its line, and each vortex tube opens, all existing tube endings are pushed around equidistant from each other. They are attempting to move as far as possible away from each other, all the while tethered to its corresponding proton. As they jockey for position and settle into their locations, symmetry emerges.

2nd Resonance Chamber
2nd Resonance Chamber

There is a point of maximum symmetry. When this point is reached, one resonance chamber (electron shell) is established. The very next proton / electron pair entering into existence naturally extends out to another chamber, and the regular interval of movement toward maximum symmetry is again begun, now in the 2nd shell / chamber.

Symmetry implies 3-dimensional platonic solids. Each chamber is an octave of its predecessor, doubling its potential. These chambers are best thought of as a multi-dimensional sets of nested platonic solids, ascending in complexity. This new model of the atomic structure and period table is comprised of twelve electron shells; that is, twelve sets of increasingly complex geodesic structures.

From the first Hydrogen atom to the heaviest of elements, there is a resonance. First with Hydrogen, the resonance is upheld by a single proton / vortex tube pairing, charged interaction. Then the heavier elements with multiple shells and complexity, the resonance gains in complexity and potential.