Gyroscope

Last update completed on January 30, 2018
January 30, 2018 : Complete review and editing down of all content. The detail, which was for my benefit, has been largely removed.
January 19, 2017 : Added of video content Eric Laithwaite
Prof. Eric Laithwaite – Genius
demonstrating the unusual properties of gyroscopes – motion about a shaft.
Some of his other experimental work may be found here.

The purpose of this page is to describe how Nature uses the gyroscopic principle to help project and stabilise all possible expressions of motion within the illusionary universe we believe to be real and solid.
WR describes true stability as a property of the metaphysical/spiritual universe only, while apparent stability belongs to the universe of motion-in-opposition. This stability must be imparted in some way, and WR describes the technique utilised by Nature as gyroscopic motion. Fast spinning loops which circulate about polar N/S axes impart this stability to create the illusion of solidity.
This is an important point because it implies that carbon is the least ‘stable’ element because it is the furthest projection from the wave axis. It is also clear that carbon in the physical realm is the most stable element with a melting point @ 3600°C.
Always keep in mind whether WR is referencing the physical/metaphysical when making what appears to be contradictory statements.
LIGHT is a property of the spiritual universe while fast motion simulates light in the physical universe. There is NO Light in the physical universe.

Fig : 1

All polarised conditions are described by WR in terms of a conical geometry, with the expanded cone base acting as the cathode and the apex as the anode. The spatial relationship between the anode and the cathode is offset by 90°. This gives rise to a field orientation which science interprets as an electric and a magnetic field. There is no magnetic character present. All effects within the physical realm are due to electrical polarisation. Don’t be confused by conebase shown in Fig : 1 as if a gyroscope is capable of standing motionless on its vertical shaft.

As is demonstrated by Prof. Laithwaite in the video above, a motionless gyroscope will lie with its axis parallel to the horizontal floor !

Fig : 1b

It requires fast gyroscopic motion to lift the anodic body off the horizontal zero axis into the vertical position. Four attempts are made to achieve this. Each attempt is known as a locked potential position. This geometry is necessary so that two hemisphere’s can unite to form spherical bodies on the dynamic axis.
This type of circular motion about a common axis is also repeated in Tesla’s design for a pump/turbine as discussed throughout this site and in WR’s description of electric loops of current which whirl about a polarised copper wire. Tesla also describes this effect as that of electric current flowing AROUND a wire and not within it – skin effect!

We will begin by performing a simple rotation experiment. Imagine a body rotating on it own central axis.
The figure rotates, round and round forever. There is no particular issue with this idea. Ignore the dizziness !
Now, we will repeat the rotation experiment but this time the figure must rotate holding a lever aloft !
You may have tired to do this with a broom handle, so you’ll know how difficult it is to perform.
The lever is shown in red, and you may notice the faint path it would trace if the figure manages to complete a full rotation about its central axis.
Now, in order to hold the tip off the ground at a fixed 2 feet while continuing to rotate on the central axis , would be a challenge even for the strongest among us !
Nature, has a solution (demonstrated in the video above) to this issue. You might like to explore the properties of gyroscopes in all their shapes and forms.
There is another important consideration here which must taken into account and a clue is offered by how a figure skater achieves a fast rotational spin.
When the figure skater is rotating at maximum speed, the skater will withdraw their arms in close to their body. In other words their need for the balancing E/W poles extension is minimum. As the skater slows and becomes less stable he/she needs to extend their arms in order to maintain balance.
The inert gases behave like a slow rotating skater and thus require the maximum extension of the E/W poles. Inert gases thus manifest as flattened disk structures with minimum N/S extension.
A sphere on the other hand is manifested when the E/W poles are withdrawn into the body to the same extent as the N/S project away from the center. Thus, a symmetrical geometry is achieved, a sphere.

Fig : 2

Fig : 2 represents the zero inert gas condition, as as such it must represent the most unwound state of motion for a body. It must therefore display a condition not so obvious in the image but is indicated in Fig : 1b above. Due to its slow motion, it is unable to lift itself off the horizontal and will thus trace out the widest orbit in an almost flat plane.
This occurs because the motion imparted to the gyro-rotor is low. WR would describe this condition as a low voltage. The extension away from the zero plane is minimal. The circulating loops of electrical current are large, with a large central hole. This is what a low voltage condition means. As the gyro-rotor gains speed, then the expression of voltage/current and physicality within the dynamic universe increases.
Bodies which prefer to exist close to the fully expanded condition of the inert gases exhibit, fast axial rotation, and long orbits.

Get in Gear
It will help your understanding if you consider the cathodic condition in terms of dominant/passive bicycle gears. Fast axial rotation means the smallest gear on the crank (peddle) set – dominant, and the largest gear/orbit on the wheel set – passive. This creates the condition of maximum torque, a condition necessary to overcome the inertia of Mind.

Fig : 2a

Fig : 2a represents the +1 condition of motion. Angular velocity of the central disk has increased sufficiently to lift the expression to about 33° above the horizontal inert gas axis. Speed/torque, voltage/current, dominant/passive begin to interchange, one becoming the other, each needing the other to express their individual self.
The process of Mind Thinking is the only force within the dynamic universe and this effort is simulated by the circular motion of the loops which whirl about a polarised wire/condition. One cannot remove Source from its own Creation. Electric force is the presence of a Thinking Mind.

As the gyro-rotor continues to gain speed, the gyroscope reacts by increasing its vertical stability.

 

Fig : 2b

Fig : 2c

 

 

The +2 condition exhibits (fig : 2b) an vertical angle of about 65°, while the +3 condition (fig : 2c) reaches approximately 80°.

Remember, as bodies decrease their orbital path (get faster – so closer to the apex), they must also decrease their own axial rotation, so as to keep the constant of energy unchanged.

 

Fig : 2d

 

 

Fig : 2d represents the condition of maximum rotor velocity for the body. In the case of carbon (only) this rotor velocity allows perfect alignment ( 90°) of the N/S pole axis with the vertical axis. It has achieved the greatest balance but from the perspective of the zero wave axis is the most unbalanced !

 

 

 

The gyroscopic effect can be explained if one considers the force is applied at the fulcrum and not the lever extremity. WR teaches that Source introduces energy into the physical realm via a still fulcrum while the motion of the sea-saw levers is only a simulated effect of that Desire to express.

When the disk is stationary while the force is applied the disk will tilt in the direction of that force, towards you in this case. When the disk is rotating then the effect manifests at 90° to the applied force. It will thus tip upwards on the right and downwards on the left. This may seem counter-intuitive but obvious if you consider the force is applied at the fulcrum. The reaction then manifest relative to the fulcrum force. This is the issue every helicopter pilot must master in order to pitch the rotor blades correctly for the desired direction.