Light Divine, the Great Creator of the Universe
There is but one thing in this universe—LIGHT—the still Light of Knowing. The One Light which is God. God alone lives. His thinking and imagining is Knowing; the Knowing universe is all that is; Knowing Mind is still. There is no activity whatsoever in the universe of either spirit or matter. (From THE SECRET OF LIGHT— 1953, by Walter Russell)
TRANSMUTING ENERGY FROM THE AIR WE BREATHE
Probably the most renewable energy resource on planet Earth is the air we breathe. Oxygen and hydrogen are both powerful energies and they are constantly being renewed and replenished. Although there is less oxygen in our air today and more carbon dioxide than there was a century ago, air is still our most immediate carrier of oxygen, the source being, of course, the Natural world of green foliage and the vast oceans containing sea plankton. Carbon dioxide has increased 600% since 1800 due to the discovery and burning of coal, and now petroleum, for energy and heat.
Hydrogen, however, is by far the largest component of the air we breathe. For the current composition of our air, here are two sources from the internet.
The common name given to the atmospheric gases used in breathing and photosynthesis is air. Dry air contains roughly (by volume) 78.09% nitrogen, 20.95% oxygen, 0.93% argon, 0.039% carbon dioxide, and small amounts of other gases. Air also contains a variable amount of water vapor, on average around 1%. While air content and atmospheric pressure vary at different layers, air suitable for the survival of terrestrial plants and terrestrial animals currently is only known to be found in Earth’s troposphere and artificial atmospheres. (Wikipedia)
The most abundant gases found in our atmosphere are nitrogen and oxygen. Nitrogen makes up around 78% of the total atmosphere, while oxygen makes up 21%. The remaining 1% is made up mostly of a gas called argon. This means that with each breath you take you are breathing 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen and 1% argon, with trace amounts of other gases, such as methane, hydrogen, helium, neon, krypton, carbon dioxide, and a form of oxygen known as ozone. (Geology for Kids)
Nitrogen being the largest component of our air makes it potentially the most abundant source of energy. So, what are we waiting for? Let’s harvest it out of the air we breathe. And that’s exactly what Walter Russell did — and predicted scientists would inevitably do — over seven decades ago. He demonstrated the process clearly in his laboratory by a process of transmutation.
So, let’s listen to what he had to say — and I’ll cover this is two or three posts. I found this chapter of his book A NEW CONCEPT of the UNIVERSE very exciting although a challenge to wrap my mind around. You may have to re-read some of these excerpts a few time, and previous posts, to begin to understand his new concept of how the universe works. Here we go . . . .
To better understand the principle and process of transmutation, we first have to understand how Russell’s “Two-Way Universe” is put together. His universe is comprised of elements, but these elements are not presented by Russell in the same way we learned about them in chemistry class. He saw them as ONE element differentiated into 121 “pressures,” one pressure giving birth to the next and losing its apparent isolated identity and very existence in the process. Let me explain this first — with Russell’s help — before we move on to extracting free energy out of the air we breathe.
RUSSELL’S NINE-OCTAVE PERIODIC TABLE OF ELEMENTS
The Mendeleef table of elements lists 92 elements, including isotopes and inert gases. Many listed elements are isotopes, which are divided fractional elements. Walter Russell’s table lists 63 elements, 49 isotopes and 9 inert gases, making a total of 121.
What scientists of his day were mistakenly calling “isotopes” turn out to be full tones after Russell explained this to them many years ago and science did further research. For example, Hydrogen is not one element, but eight, a whole octave in itself, as we shall see.
MUSIC OF THE CUBE-SPHERE
Just as with music, where one string’s tone is the basis of all the other musical pitches, thirteen in all here in the West — produced simply by changing the length of the string to create different pressures and consequently different “notes” in the musical octave — and just as white light forms the basis for the rainbow spectrum of seven colors, one light differentiated into seven refracted rays — so are the elements that comprise matter simply one element transmuted by Nature into 121 elements. Russell’s table of 121 elements is divided into nine octaves giving us 13 elements in each octave. That’s one more octave than the piano keyboard has.
Life is one. The Universe is one thing vibrating at different frequencies — or, as Russell prefers, under different pressures.
All matter is but pressure-conditioned motion. Varying pressure conditions yield varying states of motion. Varying states of motion are what science misinterprets as the elements of matter.
Varying pressures in a wave are tonal. In each octave wave there are four pairs of tones, each of which has the same relative position in its octave color spectrum as it has in its octaves of chemical elements. Waves are, therefore, electric pressure-conditioned octaves of tones. (From THE SECRET OF LIGHT first published in 1947.)
Carbon is the basis of all organic and inorganic matter.
From Nature’s point of view there is but one element — CARBON — and but one form — THE CUBE-SPHERE.
Carbon crystallizes in the form of its wave field, which is a true cube. The nucleus of its system is a true sphere. The plane of its system is 90-degrees from its wave axis, 90-degrees from its pole of rotation and 90-degrees from the axis of its north-south poles. . . .
Carbon thus manifests balanced form in body and unity in balanced sex mating. It has but one equator. All elements which are not on wave amplitudes are disunited pairs which are divided by three equators. Each single element is divided in itself by its own equator and each pair is divided by the wave amplitude equator.
99. Carbon symbolizes the marriage-idea in Nature. Its one equator is the bond of its unity. It is no longer a pair — and that is what marriage in Nature means, and what it should mean in man’s mating practices. Divided pairs have opposed attributes. The negatives of pairs are metallic acids — the positives are metallic alkalies. All are conductive, for conductivity is a search for balance.
Balanced unity voids acidity, alkalinity, metallic quality and conductivity. By eliminating these qualities carbon becomes a salt — which means a mineral with the qualities of stone.
He cites salt crystals as examples of disunited equal-and-opposite pairs “marrying.” Sodium and chlorine have one equator once they unite as sodium chloride, losing their metallic, acid, alkaline and conductive qualities as they crystallize as true cubes.
100. Carbon has the highest melting point and greatest density of all the elements. This means that carbon is also the most enduring of all elements because of having accumulated more time cycles. It likewise means that carbon is the least radioactive of all elements because radioactivity only begins to express itself by outward explosion at wave amplitude, although it is strongest at that reversal point where generoactivity and radioactivity meet.
101. The one supreme outstanding characteristic of this electric universe of two-way balanced effects of motion is the cyclic unfolding of matured body forms to manifest MIND-IDEA, and their refolding into the Source of all IDEA.
Bodies of matured forms are unfolded by a series of four efforts in positive-negative pairs. Likewise, they are refolded by a reverse series of four efforts in similarly mated pairs.
102. Each effort in Nature to unfold and refold is a stage of inward-outward growth toward the formation of a matured polarized body, and away from it toward its seed-idea.
The fourth positive-negative pair of every octave is united as one. They unite as one at their wave amplitude, which in every wave points directly toward the center of gravity. These two united efforts constitute the matured body form of conceived idea.
They are the meeting points of life and death — the reversal points of rest which divide generation and radiation. At that meeting point is the greatest density, highest melting point and highest potential of the entire cycle.
In that united pair is the matured body of the one element — CARBON.
Every completed idea in Nature is expressed in nine efforts — or stages — which are eight octave waves plus the matured centering amplitude wave of the whole nine-octave cycle.
103. Each octave of the elements grows from its inert gas just as a tree grows from its seed. The inert gases record and store for repetition all that has gone before in that octave.
104. In the Mendeleef table of the elements, hydrogen is shown without inert gas. This is as impossible as producing a child without parents.
Hydrogen is also shown as being the only element in a whole octave. That is also as impossible as charging only one of the two cells of a battery.
105. Hydrogen is not one element, but eight. It is a whole octave in itself but Nature has not made it possible for the senses of man to detect this easily.
FROM THE INVISIBLE TO THE VISIBLE
This should give you enough information to understand how Russell came up with 121 elements in his nine-octave periodic table of elements. The entire nine-octave cycle is divided into its two opposite half cycles, “one-half being generoative and the other half being equally radioactive.” This division allows for “a comprehensive base for transmutation, which will replace the present concept of dislodging electrons, or adding to them, to transmute one into another.” The invisible elemental inert gases give birth to the visible elemental world of form. This is essentially how the process of transmutation works to bring forth Creation. Fascinating and exciting stuff to consider, isn’t it?
Russell concludes this portion of the chapter with these insightful words of wisdom.
The age of transmutation will come only through the transformation of man, and man’s transformation can come only “by the renewing of his Mind” through new knowing. It has ever been that way since the dawn of Consciousness, and it will ever be.
Whenever new knowledge of a transforming nature permeates the race, the standard of world culture rises. The art of the Italian Renaissance transformed mankind from seven centuries of Dark Ages. New knowledge of Natural Law is slowly driving superstition out of man.
Spiritual knowledge has transformed mankind step by step from his jungle age. Scientific revelations have also transformed man step by step since early thinkers rediscovered that the earth was round, after having forgotten it for over ten centuries.
Man thinks differently at each transformation from new knowing, whether religious, philosophical, scientific or artistic. Another kind of man emerges from new standards of thinking.
We are well into this cycle of transformation some seven decades after Walter Russell wrote these words and published his research and revelations given to him “in the light” of his own personal transformation. A Golden Age has dawned and a new day has begun.
In my next post we will dive into Walter Russell’s proposal of how industry can imitate Nature by extracting energy out of the air we breathe to create a whole new civilization. “Nitrogen can be transmuted continuously from the atmosphere in unlimited quantities forever.” It is the answer to all our energy problems. Until we meet again,
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