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Continued.

So we observe that whenever a particular sequence or series of units occurs in the rhythmical functioning of a movement, this series acts as the conditioning framework of whatever subsequent elaborations and combinations may be built up upon that foundation.

As an example, let us say that a prime movement of an atom to be a , whatever secondary movements may arise opposeing forces induce in it a modification of the prime circular movement, so the atom, which in its original movement pursued a trianglar course, will be influerenced to pursue a movement consisting of three spirals arranged in a triangle.

Each spiral movement will be executed under the conditions governing a segment of its triangular path. A to B to C and then back to the A segment, , therefore if you know the nature of the influence of the A to B segment were, you would know the nature of the primary movement underlying the spiral. This is a principle underying astrology and is also the reason why numerology plays such an important role in the practical applications of Cosmic principles.

The prime movement of an atom is a vortex, nothing else; a spinning round a core of motionless vacuum. The atom described is not a prime atom, it is an elaborate and complex structure . It is only when the prime atom combine togather that such secondary movements are set up.

Now then, an atom can form unions with as many other atoms as it has facets. When each facet has become bonded to an atom, the group is complete, and has attained a state of equilibrium of stress within itself. It can no longer grow by accretion but must act as a unit, and can only form association with other units of like type whose angles of stress are similar.

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The prime atom, as before stated, is a simple vortex, and the composite atoms of different types arise according to the number of tangential angles into which the circumstances of counter influences may draw the vortices. The votices, be it noted, first arise in the angles where the Rays converge upon the Central Stillness. It is the close juxtaposition of the forces which sets up the secondary currents. Therefore, in the sphere which surrounds the Central Stillness are to be found the primal atoms. These, however, soon take on the secondary tangential movement and thus form alliances among themselves by accretion, as before described.

Let us recall, that in addition to the movement of the Rays, there is the movement of the Circles about the Central Stillness. This movement gives rise to centrifugal action, and the atoms tend to move towards the periphery. The more complex the atom, the more strongly will it feel the centrifugal force, so that the Circles contain atoms of gradually increasing complexity as they succeed one another. These atoms, arising in the angles of the Rays, when they feel the influence of the centrifugal force, go out along the line of the Ray. Each atom, then, has in itself forces of the two Rays which set up the primal vortex, and then goes out along the path of one of these Rays.

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Thursday 22 June, 2017

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