In previous chapters, pairs of concentric spherical oscillations have been called "static" if they displaced other particles in three-dimensional (3D) space and "magnetic" if they displaced other particles into multiple dimensional (MD) space; with allowance for all particles being unique and all particles behaving in both ways.
The most simple particles are moving cyclic variations in an overall multi-D exclusion force field. The sizes of such particles vary from infinitely small without being nothing to infinitely big without being everything. Such particles can move instantaneously within infinite multi-D space and in any 3D space. They can occupy places in an multi-D hologram to produce sequential events in 3D. Patterns in the hologram enable particles to share positions by being in phase with the pattern and other particles. The give 3D presence to the pattern which otherwise would be just information within the multi-D hologram.
A particle may be gigantic multi-dimensionally yet, in a chosen 3D universe, the particle may be any size from infinitely small upwards. Particles do whatever is needed to enable more complex patterns to have presence above infinitely small; otherwise everything in a Universe would be only information, in the multi-D hologram but without substance in any 3D space. Every particle holds the details of the whole of Creation, as information with some aspects having 3D presense somewhere. The details are held as an infinite multi-D Fourier Series with harmonics selected to be significantly above zero size in order to be something unique.
Particles are (multidimensional — MD) exclusion-force variations. When their highs and lows get complementary enough, particles get exchanged relatively more with some patterns than with others. Patterns exist as information in the multi-D hologram; like particles, patterns may be any size so, in a 3D space, patterns vary in size relative to each other. Two patterns, such as bits of rock, may be the same size in 3D yet one may be many times the other, in other dimensions. When patterns are moving relative to each other in 3D, their particles cyclically push each other out of the way in 3D (for static) and multi-D (for magnetic). The movements are driven by multi-D exclusion forces, the same as gravity, and 3D exclusion forces caused by the impossibility of two places in space being occupied by more than one piece of the exclusion-force field at the same time in the same 3D space.
Movement happens in a contiguous series of discrete instantaneous steps which may be purely static (the perimeters of particles aligned tangentially) or purely magnetic (perfectly concentric). The changes in position happen instantaneously. In the above illustration, the analogy is of a number of static patterns taking turns to occupy contiguous areas of 3D space; the overall pattern seems to be unchanging and not moving relative to the surface of the page it is not moving. The patterns has a stable relationship with the page. The page and the pattern are both moving through space in an infinitely-complex pattern of cycles within cycles within events which began at the beginning of time and which will end at the end of time.
For all we know, the oval-straight pattern, above, could have enough particles sharing the same 3D space for the pattern to be gigantic in multi-D space. Or the pattern could have or just as many particles as in the 2D picture but with each particle actually gigantic in 3D space. When people visualize, focus, imagine, meditate...whatever we may say is happening, what may happen is that a simple 2D drawing can have massive multi-dimensional (MD) effects.
Particles form patterns by pairs associating concentrically. A particle which is apparently simple in 3D may be hugely complex in other 3D systems in multi-D space, according to the relationships between the focus particle and the particles associating with it
Light, as we see electromagntic waves, is made by complex 3D patterns forming associations for their particles. Light is observed as it has moved from something in space to something else in space and the fact of the light happening is known throughout space instantly. To reach a destination, in sequential reality the particles have to travel, in steps, through related MD space close to 3D. Closely-related multi-D space has the same local clock rates as its 3D space; so as each particle leaves one position it waits in unrelated multi-D space until a place in close-MD space is available. If a pattern already occupies a place in 3D or close multi-D space, then the moving particle may become part of that pattern and get reflected or absorbed. If reflected, it may retain its original frequency or it may be retransmitted at a frequency set by its new host. If absorbed, the light particle may become a stable part of the pattern, changing the pattern's shape, or it may become a stable aquisition of the pattern, symmetrically, changing behaviour between patterns. The particle, which arrived as light, may fit on its new host asymmetrically; in which case the particle causes movement. If the movement is multi-dimensional the host pattern may shrink in 3D while staying in the same place (because all patterns are multi-D to some extent); or, if the new arrival is in multi-D close to 3D, the host pattern may grow in 3D.
A rock may be moving in space at any speed from stationary upwards, relative to the centre of everything. The rock is instantaneously constantly aware of everything in the same 3D space. Some of its constituent particles are swapping places with everything in the same 3D space, and eventually they may do so, in sequential time. Some of the particles, sharing the patterns that constitute the rock, may find another rock more attractive, more compatible; so they migrate as light or heat or some other electromagnetic radiation, from one rock to another. However, in sequential time, the original surroundings, which induced the urge for particle to migrate, have changed their positions. The particle leave the first rock, to become changes in near MD, emerging into 3D and going away, each cycle in a new place, according to the patternless occupants of the dimensions alongside the three in a universe's space. Regardless of the speed which the source is travelling at, when particles have left a source they are no longer associated with it; the source can go in any direction and the particles will continue in the direction which they originally were induced into for leaving their source towards a destination as it was at the first moment of leaving.
The speed of light will be constant only in a 3D empty space and according to the definition of time in that 3D space and its close multi-D surroundings. If in that 3D and multi-D space, there are other exclusion-pressure variations, then the speed of light has to change by getting out of the way, multi-dimensionally, for long enough to fit in with the phases (timings) of whatever is already in 3D space and close by. If whatever is in the way of the light is unable to be key-in-lock transparent, then the exclusions cause either static movement or magnetic movement: the particles which were light formerly become part of the accepting patterns or cause these to move. One result of light is that if it is intercepted it has effects of two types, one movement away in 3D space, at right-angles to the direction of travel, and the other type is on the other phase of the oscillations, as particles also right-angles to the others. So particles travelling as light have effects normal to their direction of travel, as waves of exclusion forces. After particles leave a host, as light, when they have reached one wave-length away, they exhibit as magnetic forces on one phase of their oscillations (when they go into other dimensions) and static forces (when they emerge back into 3D) so they affect both static and magnetic qualities of patterns in space.
The illustrations are analogies for remembering these ideas about light. The pictures suit many of the ideas in this book, depending on how you imagine them to move in 3D; for example a picture above has an oval with a horizontal line; but in another view that could be a pair of concentric circular patterns with their perimeters at right-angles to each other.
Light particles travel in instantaneous steps with pauses in between synchronizing to the oscillation frequencies of the receivers and the local clocks of all places in between. The 3D space distance, between each step, is set by the oscillation-frequency of the pattern which expels the particles which have to get into synchrony with a receiving place or pattern. At each step the light particle's exclusion-forces push opposing particles temporarily out of the way normal to the travel direction, at the frequency of the step-periods of the moving light particles. Light particles move using also dimensions alternate to their originating three. The waves caused by light and normal, right angles, to the directions of movement, are in alternate phases static-electric variations and variations in magnetic-field strength; according to the patterns receiving the particles.
Regardless of the speed of an object receiving light, the light particles being processed can only exhibit in 3D space according to the clock phases-timings in close-by dimensions, the local 3D space and the processing receiving object. An analogy is to notice that a clock seems to be ticking at the same rate regardless of how fast one is moving; a phenomenon which should be constant regardless of how fast one is moving. Every tick happens in a new place in 3D space. The clock and its surroundings are moving by emerging in timed steps into that 3D place from going away, into near and distante multi-D places, during each of those instantaneous steps.
Imagine a ball in 3D space going away into an alternate dimension in MD space; the ball gets smaller. At the same time, perfectly, it may be emerging in an alternate 3D space a nearly-infinite distance away; to come back after crossing zero-presence in the original 3D; and it shrinks and grows as slowly as the speed of its natural oscillations. Light moves instantaneously in 3D space, in steps. To be absorbed rather than pass through an obstructing pattern, the light has to be matched to a concentric equal in 3D. If such a complex particle travels, they may do so at light speeds in which case as one member of the pair shrinks to zero from one place, to emerge in the place of its next step a wave-length away, the other member shrinks from the new 3D place and emerges into the next; so the pair present an invulnerable zero presence, in each place, as they leave it in time to emerge at the next location.
Light travels in discrete steps, instantly between steps, for distance. The wave-length (frequencies, Hz, cycles-per-second...) are timed according to permissions in the frequencies of the local clock/s which it passes through until reaching a destination; and it shows at its destination according to the local clock, the final observing situation. The purple spot animation shows seven stages of light passing through space as if not being observed (so it continues until stopped with the animation then repeating). Each gap is jumped instantly; but it stays in each position according to the local clock. Considering that the whole animation is about 20KB, a new animation could be made which shows the light emerging in each sequential position, then going away, but ignoring the distances in between which are jumped at infinite speed. The yellow-spots animation shows a longer wavelenth light (nominally about 620 --- the purple is about 750). The animations' definition timing is 500mS for the purple pause periods and 700mS for the yellow pause periods.
Pairs of concentric oscillations may keep moving along with the pattern they are in, one phase behind each other. The effect while moving is different from if the whole pattern is stationary in space: A pair of concentric force-field variations make their shared place in space as invulnerable as it would be if there were no variations because of difficulties other pieces of force-field have for occupying a space which is already full ― at maximum pressure. While moving in a pattern, however, pairs of oscillations are alternately not in their mutually-held place in space; while one has jumped to the new step the other is one step behind emerging into the previous place. So the faster things move in space, regardless of relative movement, the more likely they are to have to leave that 3D space and go elsewhere.
The Universe has 3D exclusion-force pressure-level variations from its centre to it perimeter: At the centre, the patterns of information are present but in 3D they do not exhibit because pressure-levels are as high as they can get. In a sweet-spot, multi-dimensionally, complex 3D patterns can move and temporarily raise and lower their pressure levels, not so much by actually varying the incompressible medium, but by the locations of the patterns changing leaving some places totally vacant until jumped into by multi-D variations from anywhere. The further from the centre, as pressure-levels get low, patterns end up excluding their components into other dimensions, as if pushed out of their former 3D home and into alternate dimensions. A universe stays alive by the patterns being deactivated at the perimeter and reactivated in the optimum layer where we live. We live in a layer, of our present universe, at a time when the centre has excluded everything to where we are. Further towards the perimeter, patterns progressively lose their occupants as if the patterns dissolve. The same patterns re-emerge, up to their full complement of component harmonics, either in another universe or to re-form at an optimum distance from the centre of our present universe, in cycles.
In space, there are things which demonstrate this constant concentric coming and going. Some simple patterns may be large compared with our Earth and behave like a whole universe as they cycle between leaving their perimeter and re-emerging nearer to their centres. Some tiny patterns, in 3D, may be whole universes, in MD; coming and going at oscillation rates much faster than those of visible light.
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