This post is mainly me speaking out loud. If you have not studied any of the works of Walter and Lao Russell, this may not make any sense. Or it may! 🙂
So if you have read every book over and over again from the Universal One to Atomic Suicide like I have (each one MANY times)… you will find some pretty common themes but also some conflicting ones as well. The biggest among them are “opposites”, “conditions”, and “mates”.
These words are used in different and confusing ways through the works.
In the first book “The Universal One” the main idea is that there is God’s Universe of stillness, cause, and equilibrium and Man’s Universe of motion, effect, and unbalance. From the stillness, idea is born. This idea is manifested through thinking and thinking is electric. For this idea to be manifested into motion the action that electricity takes is called polarization. This polarization is a sexed one. A father and mother opposite pair that divide and extend looking for its balanced perfect mate to again return to stillness.
- The male father red end of the spectrum is assigned to the compressing, living, charging, centripetal end of the cycle
- The female mother blue end of the spectrum is assigned to the expanding, dying, discharging, centrifugal end of the cyle
This chart shows the opposite conditions, and opposite ends of the cycle. Interchanging with each other.
- Low Pressure
- High pressure
The male is assigned to Electricity which is the charging, living, centripetal end of the cycle. The female is assigned to Magnetism which is the discharging, dying, centrifugal end of the cycle.
This theme of Male and Female being the same as the 2 column opposites above is consistent throughout the works until Atomic Suicide.
There are many new and exciting things added in the middle works like the addition of the spherical waves, wave interference, and light bending lenses… but the newer works have a different twist that throws everything into confusion.
They now begin to state that instead of there being 2 forces at work to compress and expand and interact, they now say that nature is like a spring and the 2 only work to compress. So now the polarized and divided pairs of male and female are both charging and help “wind the cosmic clock” of creation and then nature unwinds on its own. It releases the pressure and tensions back to its original state of equilibrium.
So that’s a pretty big deal to me and have often wondered why the drastic change??
Here are some examples of above from different books to show how some words are used, like opposites, mates, conditions etc… but with different meanings.
As you can hopefully see in just a few quotes (this topic could go on for hours), it can get confusing. I try to meditate and reach that place of stillness for the answers. I feel comfortable in the message they were teaching so now I am able to see things that might have been hidden to me before, in what current Science learns each day. Lots of the effects they measure have truth, its just that they are built on incorrect foundations.
Just throwing in a nice image of the spherical waves, focal points, and the lenses of creation.
So here are my thoughts on how this can all be brought together…. the male/female, inhale/exhale, opposite conditions and more.
——You will notice that “mate” can be used for opposite sex mates AND sometimes opposite conditions like hot and cold.
He says there is interchange between red and blue and then heat and cold. If we assign red and blue to male and female… most would assume that heat and cold would be male and female because of the way he worded it. But it doesn’t seem like that’s what he is conveying.
He seems to be talking about the entire cycle not just the polarization of male and female because that is just the living end. So there are 2 processes. The interchange between red and blue or male and female (centripetal, living, inhale stage) and then hot and cold or the 2 columns above. The hot and cold are parts or conditions of the red and blue themselves depending on where you are in the whole cycle.
That means we would add male and female in the column on the right instead of being split like the earlier work.
Could we just look at it this way? A male or female may concentrate OR decentrate on their own… concentration and decentration are opposite potentials of energy and not sex mates. 2 different conditions. Sexed condition and Potential condition(compression expanding).
It can get tricky when he is playing with words which just enforces the incorrect way of thinking. Like COLD BLUE MOTHER WOMB. Then goes on to say that the FATHER SEED is being polarized. So using the blue mother womb description as the coldness of space and the father seed as being the idea. This would both equal stillness because the seed of idea resides in the stillness of MIND. Phew…. Because in next paragraph he then comes back to male and female both compressing until anode/amplitude then they both expand. Just different labels.
This image below has it grouped together with “oppositely conditioned lights” and “sexed or polarized pairs” being the same thing. Maybe if we labeled the top and bottom of the see saw space and matter it would begin to make more sense. Each end of the see saw being male and female?
The conditions to me are asymmetrical because you would need them to be unbalanced to allow for the motion to continue. If they were completely balanced they would just revert back to the stillness. The sexed mates would be symmetrical because they are divided, polarized, and mirrored lights heading in opposite directions once in motion.
I hope this can help people in their understanding because I feel like this is a clue. I don’t claim to be an expert nor “know” it all, but maybe we are on the right track to figuring this all out. Because it is incomplete work at the moment.
Next we have to match this to the chart of elements who also are sexed mates at different pressures and stages in the cycle. That is what I’m working on the most right now. Much love!! —-Chris
EDIT: I wanted to add this quote I just read from the HSC 3rd edition. Fits perfectly with what I was saying above. 🙂