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 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 what WR is referencing 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.
A polarised condition is described as a cone 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. It is not magnetic. There is no part of a polarised condition which comprises a magnetic component.
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.
What gyroscopic motion is attempting to achieve is indicated in fig : 1a, whereby two opposite expressions of the same one idea each with their own center of gravity, unite to combine their separate centers into ONE common center of gravity. One center of gravity means the motion about a common center which results in a balanced (no wobble) circular rotation.
Section a) indicates the inert gas condition whereby the motion is opposed, that is, it wants to move in opposite directions against one another.
Section b) indicates the desired result of that motion, a recombination of the separate aspects into one whole unit again. Carbon is the only element to achieve perfect central alignment of the separate centers into one common center, thereby achieving a circular rotation.
The unwinding process will prise section b) apart slowing down the internal motions so as to facilitate the common center to separate back to two independent centers as as inert gas .
You should review the experimental work of the late great Eric Laithwaite. His complete material may be found here.
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.
Take a quick look first at fig : 2b. You’ll know, that unless a gyroscope is running perfectly vertically it will wobble !
The spinning rotor may be thought of as axial rotation, while the path traced out by the vertical N/S axis marks out the path of orbital revolution.
Next, we need to apply some counter intuitive thinking here for a moment. In the case of an expanding, unwinding solar body like Uranus, in order to die it must increase its axial rotation to a maximum and trace out the longest orbital path. In other words, dying bodies, have very short days, but very long years. This is a Natural Law for ALL unwinding dying bodies. This is how centrifugal motion dominates centripetal motion. All matter returns to Source by virtue of a dominant centrifugal force.
Another piece of counter intuitive information you will need to account for the way the gyroscopic motion effects rotation/revolution is as follows. When a dying body has reached its maximum axial rotation, the central ‘hole’ diameter WILL BE equal to the path of orbital revolution. The equatorial plane has expanded to its maximum diameter, and the N/S poles extensions are non-existent.
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. Think of the spinning rotor/disk of the gyroscope as an indicator of very fast rotor velocity, (not obvious) and so the path of orbital revolution is maximum. The analogy may be difficult to ‘see’ at first, but you must take into account that the inert gas condition has minimal N/S extension, nothing like the N/S axis in the image. Remember, ALL natures dimension must change to suit the environment.
The N/S of this condition is really zero horizontal axis itself. In the case of the inert gas this N/S is hardly expressed to any extent, and as such the inert gas has very little 3D character. Like the pages in a book, the book might have many pages and therefore be quite thick overall even though each individual page (inert gas) is extremely thin by comparison. At this very unusual nexus point, man’s gyroscopes and those of nature operate very differently.
Once motion begin in ernst, then the gyroscopic analogy become more robust, but maybe not as you might expect.
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. Once again, you need to clear, nature moves cathodic expressions of motion towards anodes by, shortening the length of the year AND lengthening the duration of the day. In other words, the direction of north is indicated by a shorter orbital path (compression of the cone base) AND a slowing down of axial rotation. Once again, this may at first seem counter intuitive but in order for a body to accumulated potential and grow, it must REVERSE its expansive tendencies.
Fig : 2b indicates a further increase in MAN’S disk/rotor velocity but a DECREASE in natures axial rotation which facilitates an increase in the N/S pole axis angle to about 70°.
The trend continues with fig : 1c, whereby the continued increase in MAN’S rotor velocity enables the N/S pole axis to reach about 80°.
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 !
WRC teaches that the inert gas is the seed of the octave and as such contain within itself all the possible expressions for its octave. Just as an acorn holds within itself all the code for the emerging oak tree. Within the inert gas seed there are 4 pairs of rings and the gyroscopic motion and relationship of those rings is highlighted in fig : 2g.
The central hub acts as the common fulcrum, and as gyroscopic motion increases the expressed form rises off the horizontal wave axis until after 4 attempts reach the vertical +4 state of motion. The perfect union at the +4 position indicated in fig : 2g is only achieved by carbon.
Notice, how fig : 2g displays a second motion
When a top is spinning at an appropriate speed so as not to incur any wobble on its central axis then we can say it center of gravity is located on that vertical axis.
Fig : 4 indicates that when the distribution of matter about the central axis is equal then a balanced rotation is achieved. All modern engines work on this principle of a balanced (no wobble) rotation. The center of gravity is located and concentrated into a precise (0,0,0) central point. We know that carbon is the only element to achieve this perfection of central symmetry, and this is the reason elemental carbon is so stable. In fact, this lack of wobble in the rotation may be considered as a condition of rest !
All other elements therefore, exhibit some degree of wobble about their central axis as a result of dividing a precise (0,0,0) point into two off center points. This causes elongation in the otherwise perfectly circular orbit. This is why extending E/W poles, with collapsing
N/S poles is associated with the radiative half of the life/death cycle.
Fig : 5 indicates the perfectly centered +4 condition of carbon. Silicon lies an octave above carbon. Its center of gravity is slightly off center, and as such incurs a precessional wobble.
During the unwinding process this degree of precessional wobble increases as the center of gravity becomes less defined and associated with one single point.
This image is a little busy, but serves to indicate simultaneous expansion/compression.