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Alchemical Manual for This Millennium Vol-2 by Aaity Olson

Alchemical Manual for This Millennium Vol-2 by Aaity Olson

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Elementary Physics by extraterrestrials! I have searched 3 decades for a book just like this! Concepts are the Unification Theory long sought for by scientists many of which have dedicated their lives to learn only a tiny fraction of what are in these 2 Vol's. Concurs with Joseph Cater's theories and also Dewey B Larson's mathematical Unification theory as well. This book should be a basic textbook in all schools on Earth. With these 2 vol's are the basic 1st true solid foundation of science from which all can eventually be attained. It is worth the effort to learn the new why of seeing the way the universe works by the star people.
Elementary Physics by extraterrestrials! I have searched 3 decades for a book just like this! Concepts are the Unification Theory long sought for by scientists many of which have dedicated their lives to learn only a tiny fraction of what are in these 2 Vol's. Concurs with Joseph Cater's theories and also Dewey B Larson's mathematical Unification theory as well. This book should be a basic textbook in all schools on Earth. With these 2 vol's are the basic 1st true solid foundation of science from which all can eventually be attained. It is worth the effort to learn the new why of seeing the way the universe works by the star people.

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ILLUSTRATION 11-10

CUBIC HAUDE CRYSTAL(TABLE SALT) INTERTIMNES IN ITS
MATRIX MASS

ILLUSTRATION 11-10A

FLUORITE, AND OTHER CRYSTALS ntAT TAJ(E
AN OCTEHEDRQN FORM BEGIN DEVElOPMENT
AT THE CORNER INTERSECTION OF FOUR

CUBIC CORPUSClES EACH GROWN<> SlOE

FOllQ'NS A P()jNT FULCRUM AXES ALONG A
HYPOTENUSE

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THE [)AGRAM ABOVE SHOWS THAT
THE GROUP OF CORPUSCLES

ALTERNATE AS SOOT PRElXlMIN·

MICE, 1'"""1 EFFECTS THE

CHARGES Of THE MOlECULES
IN THE CYRSTAL

THE DlAGRAM BElOWSHQWS
APOSSIBLE SET Of DIRECTIONAL
CIRCUIT FLOWS IMTHIN A
COMPRESSED FIELD CORPUSClE

AND ACRYSTAlOUADRANT IN

FORMATION

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ALL MINERAL GROWTH I-1APPENS IN
ACCORDANCE TO FIELDCONDlTIQNS

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AND THE HARMONIC STRUCTURES I

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CULAR FIELD EVERY MOlECULE AND
EVERY CRYSTALCAN BE PlOTTED

TO ACCURATlY REFLECT THE FIELD

HARMONIES PRESENT DURING ITS -
DEVELOPMENT

ILLUSTRATION 11-10B

CUBIC CRYSTALS FORM WITHIN A CUBIC ST FIELD CORPUSCULAR SPHERE

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CRYSTALS F O R ~ WITHIN ASPHERE
THAT DEVELOPS AROUNDAMAJOR
POlNT FULCRUM WITHIN AN OVER·

TONED FIELD CORPUSCLE, (E). ONE
FACE OF THE CRYSTAL DEVELOPS
PERPENDICULAR TO THE AXIS OF
THE POINT FULCRUM AT THE CHORD
BETWEEN SPHERES AT E AND A.

ACUBIC CRYSTAL BEGINS DEVELOPMENT AT

THE CENTER OF ACUBIC CORPUSCLE THE

AXES OF THE OVERTONEDCORPUSClE
ALSO SERVE AS THE AXES FOR THE POINT
FULCRUMS OF EACH CRYSTAL FACE.

SPHERES \MJULDALSO BE CENTEREDAT POINTS ON THE
CORPUSClE AT A, B, C, D. BOUNDARIES BETWEEN
THESE SPHERESIllQUlDBE PlANESAND EDGES THAT
DEFINE THE SHAPE OF THE CUBle CRYSTAL THE
CIRCUITS ALONG THE HYPOTENUSE UNES aECOME THE
CORNER POINTS OF THE CUBE

MOLECULES ALSO FORM WITHIN ll1E
STRUCTURE OF OVERTONED

CORPUSCLES.

ON A SMAlLER SCALE, MOLECULES TAKE
THEIR SIGNALED SHAPES WTHIN THE
CIRCUITS OF OVERTQNED FIELD
CORPUSClES. THIS DIAGRAM SHO\lVS
THE STRUCTURE OF ACARBON RING.

LARGER STRUCTURES ARE OVERTONEO FROM
THE SMALLER STRUCTtJRESWITH THE SAME SET
OF HARMONICS. THUS, A LARGE CRYSTAL HAS
THE SAME SHAPE AS ITS MATERIAL MOLECULE.

ILLUSTRATION 11-10C

AN INTERT'MNED PYRITE CRYSTAL
a.EARLY POINTS0IJl THE INTEGRITY
OF FIELDClRQJITRY THAT IHTER'o\EAV£S
ITS 1oIOlEClJ.£S INCOPERo\TlOH
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ILLUSTRATION 11-10D

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PRIw.R'f CURRENTS
SECINDAR'f CURRENTS

ILLUSTRATION 11-10E

PYRITE IS VERY ADAPTABLE TOANY NUMBER 0/' HARMONIC
FORMS. ALTHOUGH IT ISCONSIDEREDOFTHE ISOMETRIC
SYSTEM,IT CAN HAVE CRYSTALS THAT ARE PVRITQHEORAL
(AS SHO'M-l HERE 'MTH FIVE SIDED FACES AND TWELVE FACETS)
OR CUBIC. ORQCTAHEDRAl, SMOOTH, STRIATED, AND/OR
INTERT'MNED

COBALTITE CAN AlSO APPEAR AS PVRITQHEORAL (PENTAGONAl).
ITISAGQODMINEAAl SOURCE FOR EXTRACTINGCOBALT.

THE MOLECULE OF THESE MINERALS IS RESPONDING TO A
PENTAGQNALHARMQNIC THESE HARMONICS CAN OCCUR AS
AOIRECT RESULT OF SPECIFIC PRESSURES INTHE PLACE OF
FORMATION PRESSURES SET UP THE SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS
BETWEEN FIELD SPHERES CONDITIONS FAVOR ONE MOLECULE
OR ANOTHER, BUT MOLECULES ARE RESPONDING TO SIGNALS.

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