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This material is not intended for beginners as I do not intend to offer too much explanation of the reasoning behind the content. This material has been retrieved from all of WR writings not as direct commentary rather through osmosis and contemplation of the concepts hinted at by WR.
I want to use this content to describe how the flashing on/off illusion we sense as reality is created, and how nothing really happens in an ‘out-there’ universe. If you feel comfortable that there is an definitive explanation for how matter is created, which can be described as a definite ‘this’ or ‘that’ then WR and I have failed in our task. It is my experience that the more one looks into the fine detail of the illusion the less obvious and clear it is.
My sense is that, this is exactly the way we should perceive our physical reality not as a specific construct but ‘seeing’ that every point contains the same possibility for expression and is therefore neither one thing or another.
Remember, when you have a hoop you can find its centre and assign ‘gps coordinates’ to that hub.  When the same hoop is relocated to another part of the Earth, and new set of coordinates will be necessary to define the hub centre. That new centre was already in place awaiting its expression. The hoop could have been relocated to any part of the universe and the centre hub would already be present. Every point in the universe is the SAME point and has within itself every possible expression of physicality.
When you visit a 3D movie theatre it is no coincidence that you are provided with glasses which divide your perception into a red and blue stream. This technique is the key to unlocking ‘the wave’ which is the corner stone of WRC. This has been an elusive problem for MSS, but I will show how WR teaches that one whole wave is made from two half waves senses in sequential motion. More on that later.
First, we have to build the model from the ground up on very solid foundations.

Principle 1 :

Fig : 1

Fig : 1a

The (0,0,0) centre point of the cubic wave field is located at OUR very core of perception. The vertical z-axis/plane divides our perception into a left side red and right side blue stream. Our brains then process these two streams into one coherent 3D coloured expression which we sense as the real and solid universe. We have been designed with two eyes in order to obtain a 3D perspective. But, imagine there is an invisible dividing plane cutting your body in half, dividing your perception right between the eyes.
Your eyes as high frequency receivers are now set up to intercept alternating wave information which will be combined within the brain’ s processing capabilities into one single colourful image. Now, I know it is not strictly true that one eye is sensitive to red light streams while the other is sensitive to blue, but this model is a good starting place to understand CW/ACW motion when only one motion exists.

Notice, how in fig : 1a when the streams are reversed the individual light components or light spectra for a physical expression is obtained.

In terms of the origin of the induvudual red/blue light rays, one can say that the transmitter must be located at the zero condition, but you as receiver are located at the +4 axis, because your brain recombines the divided images into ONE.

Principle 2 :

Fig : 2

Nikola Tesla decided to apply an on/off sequence to his ac current. A light bulb operating at 50/60 Hz will thus be on for part of the cycle and then off for part of the cycle. The wake of the on cycle lingers just long enough to meet the bow of the next on pulse and a continuous body of light is observed. It appears to our sensing as though no breaks in the light are occurring at all. We know that if we slowed down this observation sufficiently, then the on/off pulses would become evident.
I propose that the red/blue images indicated in Fig : 1a are sequential.
This implies that firstly the red image is switched on, then off. But, as the red image is switched off the blue is switched on.
There is a left/right alternating stimulus to our sensing apparatus.

When red = on, then blue = off. When red = off, then blue = on. This is the process of Mind Thinking Idea into motion.

On = the generative half of the cycle ; Off = the radiative half of the cycle.

The SEQUENTIAL images are thus merged into one single image of apparent completeness and form.
Remember, the same engineer that designed the projection apparatus also designed the sensing the equipment. They work in harmony to complete the illusion.

Principle 3 :

Fig : 3

All solidity comes into manifest through on/off cycles. Slow cycles manifest within this reality as nebulous and cold, while fast cycles manifest as hot and solid for the same reason outlined in Principle 2.
Fast cycles create the illusion of continuous light streams to our sensing. With slower cycles we tend to perceive cold and dark matter, namely space. Space as an electrical condition is much closer to Stillness and the inert gas condition than is fast motion. Our visible reality is created in exactly the same fashion as the moving images of a movie are created. The image is on, then off, then on again in continuous cycles until the end of the film strip. Mind Thinks its Idea into motion by Concentrative Thinking which turns the image on, followed by a period of relaxed Thinking, or decentration, when the image unwinds. But, just as in a movie negative the next Concentrative Thought is manifested before the wake of the previous image has dissipated thereby creating the illusion of a continuum.

Principle 4 :

Fig : 4

Nature runs in continuous cycles and never reverses. Natures pistons therefore, do not run in exactly the same forwards/backwards manner as that of man’s designs.

Imagine you position yourself directly above a (0,0,0) centre point and observe a pendulum oscillating in a straight line above this centre point. It then moves back, and out the same displacement below or in the opposite direction from the centre point only to return to (0,0,0) so that the vibrational cycle can begin again. This experiment is a little misleading because when applied to our visible reality we neglect to account for the z-plane dividing our perception into two distinct separate stimuli.
This type of back and forth motion is oscillatory and is not continuous !

Fig : 4a

Think of continuous motion as you would tightening a nut on a threaded bar. After winding to maximum tightness winding is continued in the same direction as the threads give way under the pressure. As the threads give way the nut increases its rotational motion. When that motion reaches it maximum, then the nut begins to slow as it winds up on new threads again. The cycle continues in this single direction forever, compressing, relaxing, then compressing again.

Principle 5 :

Fig : 5

Two adjacent meshed gears will appear to rotate in opposite directions. They must do so in order to provide useful work. Otherwise, their rotations would cancel and no useful work could be extracted from their arrangement. This requirement is a little misleading because when applied to our visible reality we neglect to account for the z-plane dividing our perception into two distinct separate stimuli. This circular motion is more continuous and a better fit to Nature’s ways rather than a simple pendulum/piston motion. When viewed from the rear the small gear will appear to rotate ACW while the larger gear will appear to rotate CW.
In terms of a visible moving imaged reality we must therefore observe the front elevation AND the rear elevation meshed together in order to perceive continuous motion !
We can now say, that the red portion of the image appears to be coming towards the observer, while the blue portion seems to be receding from the observer.
This is because we can ‘see’ both sides of the dividing plane simultaneously and as such perceive continuous cycles as individual vibrational patterns.

Principle 6 :

Principles 4 and 5 cannot be applied to the wave as they stand and a shift in perception is necessary to grasp the on/off aspect to Nature’s wave cycle.
As mentioned under Principle 2, when red = on, then blue = off. When red = off, then blue = on. Another way to say this is… every Creation Idea is divided into two aspects of the SAME One Idea. These apparently individual aspects are projected sequentially to produce the red version, then a blue version. The sequencing is so fast that ‘complete’ colourful images manifest which do not seem to be composed of separate red/blue negatives !

We can also say we perceive the red images as CW and the blue images as ACW, but together as a pair they mesh in sync.

Principle 7 :

Our sensing is tricked into interpreting the vibrational stimuli as a continuous time line from a very long time in the past, continuing to some distant time in the future. This creates the illusion of an ‘arrow’ of time. There is no past/future as might have first been envisaged. The illusionary ‘reality’ is being switched on/off in endless cycles which don’t go anywhere, but your brain interprets as timed events moving forward.

Principle 8 :

Although WR doesn’t mention that the internal projection planes move, it is a natural implication of his other models and proposals.

Principle 8.1 
When we consider WR’s see-saw, piston, or indeed the pendulum model it must be recognised that it is the (0,0,0) centre hub that is swinging backwards and forwards, It must be this way because this is how the elemental expressions from the inert gas  condition. Remember, the inert gas is defined as the condition whereby the dividing fulcrum is located at the hub centre so that the levers either side of that fulcrum are of equal length. This is how Nature creates an almost homogeneous starting condition. It is when the central fulcrum moves that unequal but balanced levers are manifested. Potential, heat, and matter accumulate on the short lever, while simultaneously cold, and nebulous matter accumulates on the side of the longer lever.

Principle 8.2
WR teaches that matter accumulates at the hub centre, but also describes matter accumulating along the diagonal at the cube corner. Which is it ?

In fact it is both. Using simple (x,y,z) vector coordinates we can assign an individual identity to each corner.
For example, the outer corner of cube 1 may be defined as (-1, 1,1) or (-x,+y,+z).
We must consider that EVERY cube is made up of 8 sub-cubes. This implies that each of those sub-cubes, are also made up 8 sub-cubes. Think of the Mandelbrot geometry !
Notice, when the sub-cubes are activated appropriately, their wave geometry converge on the central hub of the next higher octave cube. In the image on the right, sub-cube 8 is active at -1,1,1.
Notice, that each diagonally opposite corner cancels their identification. This is an important concept because it indicates the driving force of sexed opposites to cancel their polarised condition. Sodium is electro-positive, chlorine is electro-negative but, NaCl is neutral.
In the image to the right, sub-cube 1 is active at its -1,1,1 corner, sub-cube 8 is active at its 1, -1,-1 corner. When they unite, they cancel to 0,0,0.
In other words, they reproduce together the initial inert (0,0,0) condition just as described by WRC.

Principle 8.3
+1 means right but not left, up but not down, and front but not rear. -1 means left but not right, rear and not front, and down not up.
This differentiation is necessary to project a 3D moving image. Man’s binary notation is described in terms of 1 and 0 or on/off, but Nature is directional.

Beware of 3D animation software
You must be extremely wary of the images generated by any 3D animation software package. While they can be useful they can only at best represent the inert gas condition whereby the intersection of the 3 internal projection planes (x,y,z) is located at (0,0,0) centre of the wavefield.
Natures’s wavefields are dyanmic.
They must be in order to generate unequal but balanced levers.

 

Principle 8.4

This shifting of the central fulcrum within the wavefield is fundamental to understanding how heat/cold are manifested together.