So I have been working on lenses lately. Here is a quick post to help in understanding how spherical wave interference create lenses which either focus or spread light. Their interactions create the electric vortices of compression and expansion needed to make up this motion based Universe and all related matter in it.
Here is an image of different lenses. We will focus on the biconvex, biconcave, and meniscus ones for this post. These mentioned lenses are created by the spherical waves expanding from a point source and then interfering with each other. Image below shows some examples in 2d. Anyone familiar with Metaphysics or Sacred Geometry should recognize the Vesica Piscis in the upper left image, 🙂
As you can see… when the spherical waves interfere the convex lenses are created and create focal points for the light waves to follow. These lenses help direct and create the vortices that are responsible for centripetal compression and centrifugal expansion. Another image below to show how the focus of the lens helps direct the light into the compressing vortex heading towards a focal point.
So these concentrative foci created by the biconvex lens are responsible for creating the chemical elements that we know of today. When combined with another mated sphere and its foci, you get the amplitude elements and perfect sphere, like our sun.
Once the mated pairs meet at the wave amplitude, you see the concave lens move into the center. When that happens in the cycle you begin to see the predominance of the expansion end or radiative end of the universal piston.
As you can see above the arrows show the cones created from the outside convex lens focusing light to a shared center. Then the center concave lens expands the light in different directions by way of the equator.
Here is another great example below of all of the lenses together. In the upper images, you see the outside biconvex lenses and the center concave lens. The other six are partially convex and partially concave or meniscus.
Here is a great quote from the Home Study Course
Now, it must be known that the biconvex lens, which controls compression, focuses outside of itself to create heat in four efforts at its four foci. When these four efforts combine with the opposite sides of the sun to create the octaves of the elements, their combined heat foci create a complete sphere. Maximum heat for that octave is then in the center of both biconvex and biconcave curvatures. Until then, both curvatures focus on the outside, but when both curvatures have created a true sphere, the biconcave lens becomes the centering one. The other six lenses are known as meniscus lenses. These seven lenses then begin to thin at their centers and holes return to oblate the planets or suns until their masses eventually become rings and disappear in the outside dark of cold space by the same process as living bodies do when they “die” and disappear in the inside dark of the earth. That is why people bury dead bodies. Dead bodies give life to the seed of living bodies. That is how things grow. It is the very life principle of repetitive Nature.
So this is the most basic way of showing it I think… but the process is much more detailed and intricate. I will explain more soon with hopes of making some 3d simulations. For now enjoy another image from Walter Russell showing the different types of waves and lenses and how the chemical elements are made in the formula of locked potentials. 0-1-2-3-4-0-4-3-2-1-0
Much love!! -Chris
Check this post out for more images regarding wave interference. https://chrisplouffe.com/diagrams-on-wave-interference-and-convex-lenses/