19th March 2017

# Optics

SECTION : 1

This page content is an attempt to tie together some of the ‘obvious’ connections, between image projection, image reproduction, chromatic aberration, colour manifestation, plane polarised light, converging/diverging lens & mirrors, and planes of symmetry. The operation of a telescope is a great tool to understanding the effect of electricity and polarisation on the inert gas condition. As the octave seed, the inert gas contains within itself the other elemental expressions. It is the application of graduated polarising condition which causes those elemental expressions to extend out from the 2D inert gas into the 3D perceived universe.

Fig : 1

Fig : 1 represent the two main lens types. The convex lens will impart the following properties to the simulated universe,

• generation & compression of the light streams
• centripetal focus to a single focal point/axis
• heat & accumulate light density
• lens thickness implies greater expression of N/S pole axis

The concave lens will thus reverse all of the above properties.

• radiate & expand the light rays
• centrifugally unwind from a central point/axis out towards the expanse of space
• cool & redistribute light over a large area, increasing nebulosity

Both these lens types are created as a result of polarity and curvature. Consider the fig : 1a as follows,

Fig : 1a – Curvature is POLARISED

When a disturbance is introduced to the calm condition of Stillness curvature is immediately imparted into the simulation.

Curvature = Polarisation = Motion

When light moves from left to right it will appears to expand and radiate, while light moving from right to left will appear through the same curvature to compress and generate.
The same curvature will thus produce two effects depending on direction. So, when applied to the cone of polarity  generation is achieved in the direction of the apex, but, radiative expansion will be apparent towards the cone base.
An important consequence of fig : 1a is that there is always a two-directional effect present, one which is compressing and the other which is expanding. These opposed light stream will experience close ‘contact’ at the anode where the curvature/polarity is greatest, but, experience a more open relaxed ‘contact’ towards the cone base. This is why anodes (suns) are incandescent while cathodes (space) are cold.
There are a number of way to interpret the motion within this cone of polarity. For now, think of it as you might a boat crossing a pond. the boat is located at the dividing fulcrum. ahead of the boat a bow wave compresses to create the positive anode condition, while in the boats wake the waves are elongated to create the negative cathode condition. Later, we will look at this model in terms of its ‘thermodynamic’ significance.

Fig : 2

Fig : 2a – image borrowed from
Mikael Hvidtfeldt Christensen

It is a well known property of convex optics, that if an object is positioned at 2f (twice the focal length) from the lens then an inverted, identical image will be produced at 2f !! This will be a real image, being the product of converging lines. In other words, think of those converging lines as a compressive, generative effect giving rise to a real image albeit inverted. These effects are a result of light behaving as if passing through a biconvex lens system.
The implication of Fig : 2 is that north/south hemispheres are mirror images, with the dividing equator acting like a biconvex lens.

The result of the division process indicated in fig : 2a is exactly analogous to this convex lens inversion highlighted in fig : 2.
You might describe the inverted image at 2f as an inside-out copy of the original image, but, one could not say it was an unwinding, radiative, negative image !
WR would describe the characteristics of fig : 2 as a single negative cathode (biconvex lens) divided into two anodes, one the inversion of the other.

Fig : 3 – Pay close attention to the inverted image…
Opposite mate are NOT simply mirror images…
they are also INVERTED/inside-out images South is therefore an inside-out mirror image of North

Fig : 3

Fig : 3a – NGC 6543

If the red apex manifests in sector 1 of the cubic model, then the blue apex will manifest as the diagonal, inverted, same sized, real opposite in sector 8 !!
The same effect can be achieved if light passed through a biconvex lens positioned at the center of the wave field.
In fact, fig : 3 explains in the simplest fashion how images of the original seed idea can manifest at opposite corners of the cubic wave field.

Fig : 3a may indicate this inverted image relationship evident with bi-convex lenses. This image also indicate how ‘un-empty’ space actually is. Depending on the detector used, more and more structure is revealed which otherwise would remain hidden from visual perception.

SECTION : 2

Every cubic wave field centered by a sun, will have, surrounding that sun, a zone of curved potential.
This curved potential distribution will behave like converging lenses looking inwards towards the hub, and conversely when looking in the opposite direction light will diverge away from the centering hub. Light coming from space towards the Earth will thus converge to an Earth focal point. Light leaving the Earth will thus diverge towards an expanded space.
Note: as one moves from the hub towards the rim or indeed from the rim in towards the hub, one cuts through a myriad of pressure zones. However, if a particular distance/orbit is selected, then movement left/right within that same orbit implies motion in an unchanging pressure zone. The Earth’s atmosphere at sea level of 15 psi is a good example of how pressure remains constant in an E/W direction within the same orbiting zone.
Any body exhibiting an electric potential value of 15 psi will thus float at the Earth’s surface supported by the Earth’s own 15 psi !

If you want to lift a 10 tonne stone block at sea level then…

WR teaches that expressions are always produced in pairs. Curvature is an obvious example of this because both generative and radiative effects are possible from the same simple curvature. However, he does not explain clearly how sodium can manifest in isolation from chlorine, given that sodium is a soft electro-positive metal, and chlorine is an electro-negative gas. The geometry of the lensing may provide a solution to this problems.
In an electro-positive environment, convex lenses are dominant. This concurs with WR teaching of a dominant centripetal, inward compression of light towards a common focal point or shaft. The closer we get to the apex focal point the greater the curvature and therefore the greater the effect of focused light into a smaller and smaller area.
When centripetal motion is dominant then the positive curvature will produce more density, heat and light effects. Likewise, when centripetal motion relaxes and the increased pressure of the internal compression has a chance to escape, it will do so in the opposite direction expanding and cooling as it does so through the negative radius of the curved potential.

Fig : 7

Within the seed contains all the possible expression for the octave. WR defines the undivided seed the following image,
A series of 8 rings. When division occurs these 8 rings are separated out into their red and blue expressions.
In this drawing by WR, compression (anode) is expressed to the right, while radiation (cathode) is expressed to the left.

The right image is indicating an increase of potential above the zero inert condition. The image to the left is indicating a return to that zero condition as evident in the expanding ‘hole’ of calmness at the cathode center.

If you imagine a boat crossing a calm sea, the bow wave will always project above the normal water line, but the wake wave will tend to flatten out over a larger area in order to return from the disturbance to that same calm, flat, zero condition. The wake wave does not create a trough wave !
A trough wave is a positive bow wave moving in the opposite direction !

Fig : 8 image : micro.magnet.fsu.edu

An inevitable consequence of opposed light streams twisting and bending around one another is that there will be harmonic intervals when the orientation of these opposed light streams will be 90° offset from one another.

In addition to the manifestation of patterned light in motion, fast motion expressing as light while slow motion expresses as space. There is another condition which needs some explanation. The condition is the state of rest. When plane polarised light interacts at 90°, they cancel each other, and no light passes. We know there is a 90° relationship between matter expressing at the electro-negative cathode and the electro-positive anode, so it would seem reasonable to include this polarising voiding principle at such intersections.

Fig : 9

Turning the curved lens inside-out creates the effect in the opposite direction. Whether we observe a peak or trough is entirely due to perception. Our perception is determined by our relationship to the dividing equator of the motion in question.

One cannot separate the observer from the ‘Creation’ experiment.

SECTION : 3

# How a Sun is formed

A sun is formed as a result of opposed projection focused on the same focal point. Everyone is familiar with how an intense focal point can be created with an optical converging lens. Nature uses opposed convex lens to focus blue light from one side and red light from the opposite side onto the same focal point, to create a sphere of incandescence.

Fig : 10

This is Nature’s projection system. Light in either direction is focused in increments until maximum focal compression is achieved, red light to one side and blue light to the other. Remember, this system produces a red AND a blue anode. The blue side of the spectrum is not a cathode. WR original chart is a little misleading as he suggest anodic/cathodic hemisphere’s are finally projected. Nature only produces spheres.

It is my present understanding that although the spectrum is divided into two equal halves, the red is NOT devoid of blue and the blue is NOT devoid of red light.
While the red light is compressing towards the left of fig : 10, the blue light is also expanding on that same left side but in the opposite direction back towards the central dividing plane. Likewise, as the blue light is compressing towards the right of fig : 10, the red light is expanding in the opposite direction from the right anode to the central plane.

Pay close attention to the top right section of Fig : 10. ALL apparent opposites are 90° offset from one another, BUT in addition they are also 180° opposed in another plane!

Fig : 11

Compression is through the N/S poles, while radiation is facilitated though the E/W equatorial plane. It has be indicated on the ‘Wave’ page that although there appears to be a union of red/blue light when in fact the union is between opposed directional flow.
The male aspect must compress to a blue core surrounded by the cooler red rim. So also, does the female aspect. When union occurs it combines a 400 nm male core with a 400 nm female core.
The opposing stream impart s.e.x.e.d direction to those light streams.

Fig : 11a

Fig : 11b

Fig : 11a represents a number of different way to highlight the same +4 condition of motion whereby a new physical body is created between opposed light streams.

A body of white incandescence is formed because both sides of the once divided light spectrum are united once again at the same focal point. The reason the image appears equidistant between the opposing light streams is because a lens will throw its image ahead of itself.
The top section of Fig : 11a shows the incremental lensing within a wave field which multiplies potential. the section to the bottom indicates the same process but in the traditional conical arrangement.

So, the condition whereby opposed apices meet on the +4 axis is where new physical bodies are formed and part of that created pattern is indicated in Fig : 11b.

# The Cosmic Cinema

Fig : 13

Fig : 14

Figs : 13/4 indicate the process of projecting Cosmic Mind Thoughts as patterned images, which appears as physical motion to our sensing apparatus.

Fig : 14 makes clear that images are created as a result of interaction between neighbouring wave fields. Wave field 1 projects blue patterned light only onto the intervening screen, while red patterned light is projected from the opposite direction onto the same screen.

Fig : 15

Fig : 16

Because of the different ability of the lenses to focus the light the images appear blurry for the +1 condition, getting sharper towards the +4 amplitude condition.

A sharp patterned image implies a high melting point solid. This is because the sharpest images occur at amplitudes.
Likewise, blurry, unfocused images manifest closer to the horizontal wave axis, also know as the static equator and exhibit low boiling point character.

Fig : 15 represents a physical body at the amplitude of its wave cycle, while fig : 16 indicates a less sharp, less focused image.