Light Movement happens in stages with these effects:
- Exclusions begin to force a body (a pattern of particles) to lose
particles. The fact is known instantaneously throughout Creation.
- A longitudinal wave travels at many times the speed of light, in all
dimensions of its universe including 3D space. It sets up nearby compatible
resonant locations for the quantity of particles.
The longitudinal wave
speed is slower than infinity because of delays to synchronize resonances to
accommodate the particles about to be forced to depart from their host.
- The particles are displaced, in stages, in space external to 3D space.
They wait at each stage until the host waveforms (oscillations and
movements) are compatible in each subsequent stage.
- When the particles encounter a perfectly-compatible location they no
longer travel as individual patterns; they become part of the patterns in
their new locations; and may cause location patterns to move if they are
- Received patterns may cause their new host patterns to move; even though
the host remains symmetrical relative to multi-dimensional (gravity)
exclusion forces. Such movement keeps all the patterns oscillations
synchronized with surroundings.
- If a pattern receives too many additional light oscillations; and these
are located symmetrically enough, or the pattern is prevented from moving;
then the pattern's vulnerable components can get kicked away from 3D space.
They become particles with various characteristics such as light, heat and
disrupters of patterns they get pushed into.
- While moving as light or within a pattern, for the pattern to be stable –
rather than being absorbed into something it encounters – each
particle multi-dimensionally pushes surrounding incompatible particles out
of the way. The surrounding particles temporarily intrude into the exclusion
zones of forces that comprise gravity effects without taking much part in
the patterns themselves; causing local increases in multi-dimensional
exclusion forces acting as increases in gravity normal to the direction of
the intruders' movement.
- The gravity effects, normal to the path of light, surrounding the
movement, affect the compatibility of the light and its surroundings in time
with the coming-going oscillations of the light particles. Any nearby
accepting patterns will absorb the light normal (at right angles) to the
light's direction, surrounding the light.
- When particles of light travel they add to the exclusion capabilities of
their host patterns in >3D dimensions (external to 3d space) increasing 3D
gravity. The closest exclusion forces get pushed away by travelling
particles if these avoid becoming part of compatible patterns in their way.
By being pushed into surrounding dimensions the surrounding particles add to
surrounding exclusion forces causing increases in gravity between moving
objects in 3D space.
- Light travels in quantities in straight lines until reaching a
destination. While travelling, it may be absorbed by surroundings alongside
the straight-line path. Being absorbed directly in front is the destination.
- While light particles are flowing in a path, they continuously come and
go from 3D, at their stable oscillation frequencies. They transmit their
presence instantaneously to surroundings alongside their straight-line path
of travel. If, alongside their path of travel and nearby, compatible hosts
are present and are more attractive than nearby straight-line destination,
then the particles move instantaneously normal to their direction of travel
and become part of hosts alongside the path.
- Light travels as particles that set up transverse wave effects normal to
their direction of travel. Light particles, moving through paths in stages,
produce electromagnetic wave energy because the particles may travel at 90
to their original direction if something close to their path, in 3D, is more
compatible than their multi-dimensional hosts. Light – all
electromagnetic particle/wave energy – is particles that can become
parts of other bit of force-field oscillations, forming patterns; so enough
light can form Hydrogen and, fitting with surrounding oscillations, can form
more complex patterns.
- Additional bits of energy, formerly light, bring their frequency
complications to their host systems; they can cause changes to gravity,
movement and stability of the host systems.
- While travelling, light particles can be so affected by nearby hosts
complexes, as to eventually come together and form stationary complex
patterns themselves; light, over time and distance, becomes Hydrogen.
- Light particles come and go concentrically, as spherical oscillations;
at fixed frequencies according to their stability, complexity and
weight/density; the same as elements are patterns with various densities and
- Patterns of particles can spin, rotate, spiral and follow complex
movement paths in three dimensions, to maintain high-frequency walls of
exclusion. Such patterns have stability similar to those with enough
particles coming and going concentrically. Both types of movement (3D
rotations etc and multi-dimensional coming-going) produce a nearly
square-wave presence; they cause stability in 3D space. Square-waves with
very small vulnerable gapes, can be made with a small number of harmonics
with simple frequency-ratios to each other. Hydrogen is depicted on these
pages mostly as a perfect sphere of impregnable force-field presence; in
fact Hydrogen is a complex mix of oscillations both concentric
(multi-dimensional) and 3D movement and rotations including pendulum
reversals. Particles in space have no inertia; only their patterns are
permanent; and their patterns may contain significant numbers of particles,
or they may be virtually at zero presence. At infinitely-small levels, all
particles contain harmonics of the oscillations of the total of Creation —
all dimensions and all universes of all types.
- All imbalances affect everything around them, instantly. The
oscillations and movements, of particles travelling as light and while
residing in temporary hosts, are know to be present instantly, normal to
their intended direction of travel.
- Between leaving one host and arriving at another, whatever the distance
in between may be, light particles have to wait at each step until their
oscillations are phase and direction compatible with their possible hosts.
While residing in temporary hosts, their presence influences their
surroundings in all directions; they may be absorbed, in some degrees of
their surroundings — at right angles to their travel lines. This
polarization can happen in between a source and destination for the light,
or it may happen within the patterns that then lose particles with wave
influences in limited directions normal to the path direction.
- Light may be expelled from a host pattern in any distribution —
from totally surrounding the path to infinitely narrow. This polarizing of light
is mostly understood as done by a polarizing lens of transparent material,
by that absorbing particles normal to their otherwise direction of movement,
in a narrow angle. Polarizing may happen at the location where the particles
set off from, such as radio-transmission aerials that are polarized.
- While particles are travelling, their longitudinal wave effects
continuously find locations. Instantaneous longitudinal waves determine
locations for particles to reside after exiting their hosts. This is
why light particles may be observed to move as (transverse
gravity-wave effects) both ballistic particles and transverse waves. Movement, of
particles of exclusion force, causes movement and
reshaping of patterns; forming static, magnetic, electric and gravity
- Light type particles travel multi-dimensionally, residing within 3D
particles (patterns) as destinations. Static electricity particles travel
mostly in three-dimensional space. Whether the light particles become
electric particles, magnetic particles, movement-causing imbalances, or
light particles at different frequencies, or add or subtract from the
symmetry and/or stability of other patterns in space, depends on the nature
of the patterns they join in with.
- Electricity flow, as compared with light, happens more in 3D than
multi-dimensionally. Light transmissions find most of their hosts, at each
stage, in three dimensions. Electric flow happens when compatible hosts swap
light particles directionally. The same types of effects are produced,
normal to the direction of electric-type flow, as when light
travels. When moving as electric flow, particles reside for long periods
within compatible three-dimensional host patterns (compared to moving
multi-dimensionally, as light, according to their own frequencies). Electric flow happens for particles with hosts compatible enough for the particles to be part of the hosts' patterns. Individual particles,
during electric flow, may displace particles within the host, forming a
chain of particles being pushed along the pathways.
- Electrically-flowing particles jump from host-to-host,
time with surrounding exclusion-force variations. While residing in staging
hosts, electric particles in a path all exhibit the exclusion stress that is
initiating the (exclusion) cause of their tendencies to move. This exclusion
is mutual, so all exclusion-stressed particles get away from each other to
the limits of their hosts' abilities to contain them. Electric particle flow
follows pathways to the limits of available places-to-be in host patterns
(particles) and/or the limits of available relatively-free particles in
- Static electricity happens when a collection of hosts accommodate excess
particles in their patterns, similar to the reasons why all particles in a
three-dimensional space are there because they are more compatible with each
other than with the exclusion forces in other dimensions.
- Magnetic field effects happen when hosts get structural asymmetry
causing imbalances in surrounding gravity-type directional exclusion from
dimensions including coordinates in 3D space.
asymmetry, leading to magnetic and/or static field effects in space, has
(a) Particles may have sub-particles displaced from
being in strongly-bonded positions, to alternatively bonded, in any
dimensions in the space of a universe. An image on these pages shows a black
central area that exposes the pattern more than the dips in the exclusion
that are in other places. The various colored balls, in the analogy, can
change places; making the structure asymmetrical so it tends to move in 3D
(b) Particles (patterns) may host additional patterns or lose
parts of their structure, unevenly. Such changes are temporary compared with
the structure of the host patterns, and peculiar to types of pattern gaining
or losing bits asymmetrically. In the image, either of two (symmetrical)
central exposed area could get covered by one of the translucent end areas;
and the pattern would then be excluded from other dimensions asymmetrically
(it would tend to move in 3D).
The SnowFlake analogy, above, is a 2D part of a complex 3D and