PHIon wrote:Are uncharged electrons spatial which can flow into the atom (space with time is motion) and charged electrons temporal which do not flow into the atom (time with time is not motion)? If charged electrons are temporal why are they in the vaccum of space?
An uncharged electron is a spatial rotation
; a "charge" is a vibration
(photon), so a charged electron is a rotational vibration
. It is the charge that provides the temporal displacement of the uncharged, spatial rotation of the electron--not the electron, itself.
An uncharged electron (space) in the vacuum (space) cannot not move, as space/space is not motion. But it IS carried by the "progression of the natural reference system" (a term Larson uses to describe the natural, outward scalar movement of the Universe, which is described as the "Hubble Expansion" in conventional astronomy. The only difference is that Larson applies this expansion to subatomic systems, as well as galaxies--as I've said, same concepts, just different scales.) Whereas the progression moves at the speed of light (unit speed, 1.0 s/t), anything that does not move with respect to the progression, is observed as moving at the speed of light. This includes photons (light) and uncharged electrons. (aka zero point energy.)
The charged electron (basically an uncharged electron that captured a photon), vibrates between space and time. So it actually wants to spend half its time in the atom (spatial rotation/temporal rotation) and half of its time in vacuum (temporal charge/spatial vacuum). So you tend to find charged electrons hanging around surfaces
--on the border between the two. In electronics, it is known as the "skin effect." They just don't like to be either inside the atom, or in the vacuum, so they accumulate at the boundary.
PHIon wrote:Is the idea to invite the charged electron into space so that there can be motion? Is this what ancient sacred sites designed with sacred geometry are about, to be human-made black holes on the world Grid lines to invite charge into space which then produces a flow into time to generate an electric field for the inhabitants of the region?
(temporal rotations) hang out in the vacuum of space, where they can move freely. Positrons are also one of the building blocks of atoms, so they tend to precipitate out of the vacuum to form
The charged electron does not want to be "in" anything--it prefers the boundary surface, so your conclusion does not logically follow. Sacred geometry has to do with resonance. In the Reciprocal System, everything is motion, and all structure is based on rotation (spinning) and vibration, so ALL matter has a frequency at which it operates. When geometry is aligned to the wavelengths of these subatomic and atomic systems, then you get sacred geometry (which, BTW, is the way LM tech works).
Sacred sites have a variety of functions, from Spaceports for the old SM transports to systems that generate Qi/prana (usually when a site is in a cropland).
PHIon wrote:Not having a science backround is making this material a struggle for me but it just means I will have to work harder. I hope grade school kids are learning the basics about this in our lifetime.
Actually, grade school kids do remarkably well with the Reciprocal System concepts, because they are "natural," based in yin-yang. Conventional science is one huge invention, and has everything inside-out, upside-down and backwards. Once you are taught "that" is the "truth," it makes for quite the stumbling block to learning new ideas.
I have wanted to teach grade school kids the Reciprocal System. Once they grasped the concepts, they would really run with it and come up with all sorts of ideas that we older folks would never think of. (Not to mention the havoc they would wreak on science teachers!)