Transverse & Longitudinal Electric Waves

Once again Eric Dollard, Tom Brown, and Peter Lindemann explain in more detail the difference between transverse and longitudinal waves. This video demonstrates the reality of longitudinal waves and their application to the natural transmission of electricity. Also presented are analog computers using networks of coils and capacitors, illustrating a new form of electrical research into wave forms that were discovered and used by Nikola Tesla. This video also presents a waveform that exceeds the velocity of light.

Tesla’s Longitudinal Electricity

Eric Dollard, Tom Brown, and Peter Lindemann from Borderland Sciences Research Foundation demonstrate Tesla’s Longitudinal Electricity using a replica of Tesla’s Magnifying Transmitter to conduct experiments including; 1-wire transmission of electricity; wireless power transmission; transmission of DC current through space; a novel form of 1-wire electric light that attracts metallic objects but repels the human hand; and a longitudinal broadcast of radio signals using a ground antenna.

Principles of Wireless Power

While Vice President and Editor of Borderland Sciences Research Foundation, Eric Dollard conducted a talk titled Principles of Wireless Power. In this talk, he presents Nikola Tesla’s principles of wireless electrical transmission as he intended to use in his World System of Wireless Transmission of Energy.

The New Thermodynamics

First Law: Cold generates energy. Heat radiates energy. Cold multiplies. In cannot be divided. Heat divides. It cannot be multiplied.

Second Law: Every reaction must be preceded by its equal action. Heat is the reaction of cold. Heat could not come into existence save for the compressive action of cold. (The law of entropy, therefore, has no place in nature.)

Third Law: Cold and heat express their opposition at angles of 90° from each other. Cold extends along axis and the axis of all bodies of creating matter where rotation is minimum, while heat expansion is maximum at equatorial planes where speed of motion is maximum.

Fourth Law: Cold compresses. Compression multiplies cold into heat. Heat expands. Expansion divides heat into cold. Cold and heat, like life and death, constitute a wave cycle. In all nature there is no effect which is not wave created, and all waves are cyclic.

(Again, I repeat, that the law of entropy, and the belief that energy does not run “up-hill”, have no place in nature.)

Fifth Law: When motion begins heat begins. This entire wave universe is a varied measure of heat and motion. Long low waves of low heat potential constitute the invisible light spectrum, while short high waves of high heat potential and low frequencies constitute the visible spectrum.

Sixth Law: The emergence of heating matter in motion from the static cold of space begins at the indigo-blue and blue-violet end of the spectrum and builds up to the white centered yellow, through red and green, until the maximum heat equatorial plane is reactive at an angle of 90° from the static axis of cold.

Note: The import of the spectrum has been very much neglected in man’s cosmogony of a universe which consists of only one thing – LIGHT.

Walter Russell
Russell Optic Dynamo-Generator

The Elements

The four elements represent the four states of matter and the building blocks of the material universe. While some traditions may recognize different numbers and types of elements, please entertain the rationale for the explanation presented here. Going back to the remotest times of human existence, mankind has endeavored to work with the forces of nature to control our environment and ensure survival. The model presented here is a very simple one, one that with deep meditation each human may come to understand differently, but as a model, it provides a simple tool that is just as valid to us today as it was to our distant ancestors. So, here is a starting point, a place to begin our understanding of the Universe, and in that spirit, I offer the following model of the elements.

  • Fire – Plasma
  • Air – Gas
  • Water – Liquid
  • Earth – Solid

Arranged in a circular pattern, with each element occupying a compass point, we have Fire in the North, Air in the East, Water in the South, and Earth in the West. If we visualize the elements plotted on a cross within a circle, we get the representation presented below.

Elements plotted on the points of a compass.
Elements plotted on the points of a compass.

Tracing the circle in a counter-clockwise direction, the elements become more dense as we move around the circle, and less dense as we move around it clockwise. This is important, as you will see later, for these are the two basic motions of the universe, representing the duality of polarity, expressing masculine and feminine force. Masculine energy moves counter-clockwise, is generative, moving lighter elements into heavier elements, through gravity and concentration, while feminine energy moves clockwise, is radiative, moving heavier elements into lighter elements through growth and dissipation.

The elements interact with one another in unique and interesting ways. Taken individually, each element interacts with the other  elements in one of three ways; it is either carried by it’s neighbor, fuels it, or is countered by the element directly opposed to it. For each of the elements, this has the effects described below.

  • Fire carries air, fuels earth, and boils water.
  • Air carries water, fuels fire, and erodes earth.
  • Water carries earth, fuels air, and extinguishes fire.
  • Earth carries fire, fuels water, and directs air.
Interaction between the four elements.
Interaction between the four elements.

These relationships represent complex interactions between the elements, and work to provide most if not all observable phenomena we witness in natural systems. As you can see, the elements work in ways both harmonizing and antagonizing to each other. Let’s consider how these relationships work in nature.

Fire, as heat, carries Air currents aloft, creating turbulence and wind, while as electricity it fuels the magnetic field of the Earth, and boils Water into a gas, releasing it to Air. Air, as oxygen, makes Fire possible, feeding the heat that creates it’s winds, while as atmosphere, it is the primary transporter of water vapor that has been boiled into a gas by Fire’s heat, and it works to constantly transform Earth by erosion, checking and sculpting it as it grows. Water vapor powers Air, creating mass in the atmosphere, and providing momentum for the winds, it is the prime mover of Earth, transporting and depositing the stones and silts loosened by Air, and it provides a cooling check against the rampant expansion of Fire. Earth charges Water, the meandering path taken through Earth, over boulders and around bends energizes and electrifies Water, enlivening it and making it healthy, Earth is the only vessel that can contain and carry Fire, and provides protection and channels to check the flow of Air.

When placed into motion, each element takes on the form of a vortex. All motion in the universe is curved, and all curves are spirals. This can be witnessed in nature if one observes each element; Fire produces whorls of flame; Air produces tornadoes, cyclones, and hurricanes; Water produces whirlpools; while in Earth, swirling magnetic fields. In all of nature, motion and turbulence produce vortical flows within each element.

Each element expresses polarity, not so much negative and positive as male and female. The elements clearly exhibit the duality of universal forces, expressing polar opposites in their character. Along one axis, the element of Fire is masculine, while the element of Water is feminine. Along the other axis, Air is masculine and Earth is feminine. To be accurate, each element embodies aspects of both polarities, but Fire and Water have a tendency towards the extremes while Air and Earth contain more balanced ratios, becoming almost androgynous.

There are always two basic aspects associated with each element, those of constructive and destructive forces. This shouldn’t be confused with good and bad, as no such thing exists in the universe, everything in the universe maintains a balance between these opposites, the universal law of expansion and contraction.

I encourage you to meditate on the elements and their interactions, there are other interesting phenomena that exist here for the engineer to study and learn from.

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