Lawsonomy Volume One
The balancing of a formation with the substance that surrounds it is the most important feature of its existence.
The center of Suction, or vacuum, is necessarily of lesser density than the substance in which the formation is immersed.
But the vacuum would soon expend itself if there were no substance of greater density to feed upon than the substance in which the formation is immersed.
The life of a vacuum is protected by walling it in and even then its life is short unless it develops power to reproduce its sustaining elements.
A vacuum must not only be able to draw into the formation substances for growth and internal power but there must be drawn from these substances, substances of lesser density than the substance in which the formation is immersed, otherwise a balance could not be effected.
The difference in weight between the greater density of the structure of a formation and the lesser density of the substance surrounding it must be offset by a still lesser density within it.
The lesether within the Earth, for instance, is of lesser density than the ether that surrounds the Earth, and for this reason the heavier structure made up of stone and metal is enabled to balance and float along within a current of ether.
The nucleus of any formation whether it be an electron, atom, molecule, planet, Sun, or larger formation, must be of lesser density than the walls that surround it or the substance in which it is immersed.
There are four separate forces that must equalize in order that a formation can balance and live.
1. Internal Suction that draws in from without.
2. Internal Pressure that pushes out from within.
3. External Suction that draws out from within.
4. External Pressure that pushes in from without.
Internal Suction draws substances of greater density toward and into a formation.
Internal pressure expands and gives shape and strength to the formation.
External Suction draws out gases from the formation.
External Pressure pushes onto the formation and keeps it from bursting.
To balance a formation, internal Suction must equalize external Suction, and internal Pressure must equalize external Pressure.
In a growing formation internal Suction and Pressure are greater than external Suction and Pressure.
In a formation in a state of decline, internal Suction and Pressure are lesser than external Suction and Pressure.
Greater internal Suction causes greater internal Pressure and expansion. Lesser internal Suction causes lesser internal Pressure and contraction.
When a formation has reached a stage of maturity and internal Suction equals external Suction, and internal Pressure equals external Pressure it is then in a state of EQUAEVERPOISE and as long as it can remain in such condition it can live.
EQUAEVERPOISE is a common level sought by substances of varying density that causes perpetual movement of matter.
When a formation is in a state of EQUAEVERPOISE equal disposition of composition and decomposition is established.
All substances move toward space of lesser density. This movement continues until either a common level is reached or a combination is effected at some Suction point, and a formation of greater density is established capable of withstanding external Suction and Pressure.
Greater and lesser density throughout space causes an eternal penetration of substances in which Suction draws together matter and composes formations and Pressure pushes away matter and decomposes formations.
Suction is the attractive force that pulls together, composes and expands. Pressure is the repellent force that pushes away, decomposes and contracts.
All formations of every nature are subject to these forces and when the power of internal Suction and Pressure is less than the power of external Suction and Pressure decomposition takes place.
Suction causes a swirling movement of substances of greater density toward the center or space with lesser density and these substances continue to swirl together until Pressure disintegrates them.
The Solar System, the Earth or an electron are examples of swirling formations created and held together by Suction. The circulation of the blood demonstrates the swirling principle in man.
The center of Suction and Pressure in the Solar System is the Sun. The center of Suction and Pressure in man is the heart.
If the Sun should lose its internal power of Suction and Pressure, external Suction and Pressure would disintegrate the Solar System. If the heart should lose its internal power of Suction and Pressure, external Suction and Pressure would disintegrate man.
Mankind will eventually know that the Earth is composed of many substances of varying density with a center of Suction and Pressure that keeps in circulation currents that carry nourishment to every part of the structure and currents that carry away the waste matter.
If the Earth could constantly maintain internal Suction and Pressure to equalize external Suction and Pressure it could live forever. But the proof that it cannot is shown in the gradual shrinkage of its crust as evidenced by occasional earthquakes.
If the Earth could remain in a state of EQUAEVERPOISE it would never wear out because as fast as the particles of which it is composed were used they would be replaced by new ones. In such a state the particles of the Earth would be constantly changing but the structure would remain intact.
There is nothing material that is perpetual except differing density. Although there is no limit to the separability of matter still it is indestructible.
Penetrability extends everywhere and into everything and its movement is interdependent.
No matter how large a force may be it is dependent upon smaller forces. No matter how small the force may be, it is dependent upon large forces.
There is no formation or current that cannot be penetrated. There is no formation or current that cannot penetrate. Every substance is both penetrative and penetrable.
No matter how small a formation may be its movement has an effect upon the entire universe. No one thing can move without everything moving.
Each movement is part of the whole movement everywhere throughout Space. Each movement is the effect of preceding movements and each movement is the cause of subsequent movements.
Because greater density falls toward space with lesser density and because the space from which it falls is then left with lesser density which in turn draws greater density toward it, continuous movement is established.
Because this continuous movement extends everywhere and its resultant forces, Suction and Pressure, are equally balanced, Equaeverpoise is established which results in perpetual movement.
Downward in Space is toward the point that has the greatest power of Suction. Upward is the opposite direction.
Space with lesser density within the Earth that draws greater density toward it, makes the center of the Earth downward for man and the opposite direction, upward.
If another formation would draw man to its surface he would look to the center of that formation as downward and look toward the Earth as upward.
Man is balanced with the Earth because the Earth has sufficient internal Suction to draw him to it. But if a man were placed midway between the Earth and another formation of equal size, density and internal Suction, he would remain stationary in substance of lesser density than his body, unable to fall in either direction and balanced between two formations of equal Suction power. In such a position there would be no up or down because whichever formation he looked toward would be both upward and downward.
In speaking of formations, and particularly of electrons, atoms and molecules, scientists say that particles radiate, or fly away from the nuclei, and they appear to be mystified by the proceeding.
There is nothing mysterious about such action. These particles merely move toward points with greater power of Suction for them than the formation they move away from.
A living formation draws toward and into it substances of greater density and passes out of it substances of lesser density.
For instance, a human body cannot draw heat into it unless it is mixed with substances of greater density, or unless the body is colder than the substance that surrounds it.
As soon as heat is released by Pressure within man it passes out of him and if he did not continue to generate heat from other substances within him he could not live, no matter how much heat there might be around him.
The reason for that is that cold is a substance of lesser density than heat and therefore draws heat toward it. All the heat that man can generate within his body is drawn from him by the external Suction of cold.
My explanation of these things is different than text-book theories, but with an understanding of Penetrability one must realize the necessity of revising the text-books. Coming generations will not be slaves to our present mysticism.
As an example of the nonsense being taught to credulous students I quote a public statement made by a famous scientist. It is as follows: "Electrons are absolute units of electricity possessing, it appears, enormous energy."
When asked to explain, "What is energy, if an electron can possess so much of it, and, where does this enormous energy come from that is within an electron?" he could of course give no sensible answer.
Another scientist made public a statement as follows: "If all the energy within an atom could be released at once it would produce enough force to demolish a mountain."
How can scientific men make such extravagant statements? The effervescence of vibration must over-power some of their reasoning faculties to cause them to say such things.
An atom is a living formation that draws into itself by the power of internal Suction such substances as it needs to sustain itself, and then at the same time it passes out of itself such substances as are superfluous to it. It is, therefore, continually drawing in fresh substances for building and power purposes and continually discharging waste matter.
It is the waste matter that passes out of the electron, atom and molecule that scientists call energy, and this waste matter cannot come out of these formations unless the food for them is first drawn in by internal Suction. Unless new substances are constantly drawn into electrons, atoms and molecules they shrink up and die and the so-called energy is void.
If all the force within a single electron, atom or molecule should be released at once there would not be enough of it to move a hair on a flea's back.
However, if quadrillions of atoms were squeezed together by excessive pressure they could cause a spark that would set fire to the combustible organic matter within the air or upon the crust of the earth that could do considerable damage. But, it would be the larger organic particles that would create the greater explosive forces.
While a formation must be balanced with the current or substance in which it is immersed, the current must also be balanced with the substance it penetrates.
A current gets its balance from Pressure and Suction terminals.
Without Pressure and Suction terminals there could be no currents.
For instance, water could not pass through a hose without Pressure and Suction. Pressure forces water through the hose, and the air at the end of the hose, which is of lesser density than water, is the Suction terminal that draws the water to it. If there were no opening into the air there would be no Suction terminal and no matter how much Pressure there might be exerted there could be no current.
When water is forced upward through a hose the Suction point is the air at the end of the hose, but as soon as the water passes out of the hose the Suction point then becomes the center of the Earth toward which it falls, because the lesether within the Earth is of lesser density than the air or ether surrounding the Earth.
Suction draws against Suction and Pressure pushes against Pressure.
A man standing upon his head can drink water that will be drawn upward through his throat and esophagus to the stomach by the internal Suction of his body although his body is drawn downward toward the center of the Earth.
That proves that the internal Suction of a body contains more force in so far as it relates to its internal machinery than does the formation to which it is drawn.
Man is drawn to the Earth by the Earth's Suction but still the blood in man's feet is drawn upward by the Suction of his heart.
Concentrated Suction within a formation therefore must be greater for its internal workings than the greater Suction of the formation to which it is attached.
If this were not the rule there could be no formations and therefore there could be no movement or balance of matter.
The concentrated pull of a small portion of lesether within the Earth is powerful enough to draw meteors and cosmic debris to it for food and hold the Earth together in face of the greater pull of the Solar System to which it is attached or the pull of the ether which surrounds it.
Why is it, I might be asked, that the substance, cold, that surrounds the Earth, which is of lesser density than heat, draws heat away from the Earth.
The reason for that is because the internal Suction of the Earth draws nearest to its crust substances of the greatest density. Next to the solid crust comes water and after water comes air; heat being of lesser density cannot withstand the Pressure of either water or air and must make way for them.
If the lid were taken off of a heat-tight basin set in the crust of the Earth, air, being of greater density than heat, would immediately be drawn into the basin by the Earth's Suction and displace the heat in the basin. The heat would have to pass upward to make room for the air.
Then if a cloudburst took place directly above the basin, water, being of greater density than air would be drawn into the basin and displace the air which would have to move upward to make room for the water.
Then if iron, which is of greater density than water, was put into the basin it would be drawn to the bottom and would displace the water which would have to move upward to make room for it.
So, as the internal Suction of the Earth draws substance toward and into it, heat is displaced by the greater density air; air is displaced by the greater density, water; water is displaced by the greater density, iron.
To change this rule about, air can displace water by walling it in, as in the hull of a steamship, or its air-tight compartments. Or heat can displace air if it is walled in like a balloon. In either case the lesser density must be walled in by substance of greater density than the substance in which it is immersed.
The reason a crust was developed for the Earth was to wall in its lesether so that it could displace the surrounding ether.
Heat from the Earth is but waste matter and is drawn out of it by external Suction as iron and other substances of greater density is drawn into the Earth by internal Suction.
Iron and other substances of greater density drawn to the Earth for sustenance contain heat, light, electricity, sound and other substances of lesser density.
When iron and other substances of greater density reach the Earth they are first gasified through contact with the atmosphere and then drawn into the mouth of the Earth which is located at the North End.
The mouth of the Earth is not a hole through which man could fall. It is a fine sieve through which iron and other substances of greater density can be drawn after they have been made gaseous by passing through the atmosphere.
These substances are food for the Earth and are distributed throughout the Earth by various currents that are moved by different machinery within the Earth, all of which is connected with the Earth's center of Suction and Pressure.
These substances are used to build and repair the Earth and furnish the power to move machinery.
In the general process heat is released from the substances of greater density by Pressure, and although essential for the life of the Earth, it is quickly drawn out of the Earth by external Suction, and if not continuously supplied through fresh nourishment the Earth would soon perish.
Without heat and other waste materials passing outward from within there could be no vegetation grown upon the crust of the Earth and consequently man would have nothing to live upon. It is the waste matter of the Earth from which man grows.
Throughout Space small formations draw their sustenance from large formations and large formations draw their sustenance from small formations. That is the secret of Equaeverpoise and perpetual movement.
That is the reason that endless life and action prevails. That is the reason that matter, although constantly changing in form loses nothing through the process. That is the reason there is no waste matter in space. That is the reason nature is a perfect economist.
No matter how large a formation may be it both feeds and feeds upon smaller formations.
No matter how small a formation may be it both feeds and feeds upon larger formations.
The action of the Solar System depends upon the action of minute particles. The action of those minute particles depend upon the action of the Solar System.
Each particle drawn into the Solar System becomes a part of it. The Solar System must depend upon the particle and the particle must depend upon the Solar System for sustenance.
The living particle draws into itself sustenance from substances within and a part of the Solar System, and the Solar System draws from the living particles the same substances changed into different forms for its own sustenance.
The living particle draws into itself its sustaining substances by internal Suction and the Solar System draws out of it the changed substances by external Suction.
The mixture of substances drawn into the particle create internal Pressure and expansion that give size and shape to the particle. Through external Pressure of surrounding substances the Solar System keeps the particle normal in size, shape and balance. Combining particles create internal Pressure that keeps the Solar System normal in size and shape and balance.
The particle needs the Solar System for its sustenance, size, shape and balance, and the Solar System needs the particle or collection of them, for its sustenance, size, shape and balance.
The particle of a Solar System is a Solar System to lesser particles, and a Solar System is but a particle in Space.
As there is no limit to the largeness or smallness of Space and as there is no limit to the variability of matter, therefore, everlasting sustaining substances will be available for the lesser formations that live upon greater formations, and for the greater formations that live upon the lesser formations.
Man may deceive his contemporaries but God
takes his measurement for exactly what he is worth.
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