Electric Tension and Sacred Space


In The Cosmic Bloodstream, the divine circulatory system of SPACE was considered, and in Electric Masonry:Building the Carbon Temple, the palace of living fire that the Solar Logos is constructing through its medium. These two subjects can now be considered a little closer in terms of the creative process at work in the macrocosm and microcosm.

As we have seen, there are six forces in nature and a synthesising ‘all force’, symbolised by “the hexagon formed of six triangles, whose apices converge to a point: thus the symbol of the Universal creation.

These forces of universal creation are also depicted in “The Flower of Life” (top illustration) – a figure in sacred geometry composed of evenly-spaced, overlapping circles arranged to form a flower-like pattern. From the centre of each flower emanates six petals representing the six forces in nature – each extending to the perimeter of the circle that encloses them – the synthesising “all force”. The centre of each flower is on the circumference of six others depicting perfect form, proportion and harmony. The Flower of Life represents the fundamental generative forces in time and space working out as right relationships between all things.

Considered from the perspective of the seven rays of life, the synthesising ‘all force’ in this solar system is the ray of Love-Wisdom as it guides and spirals the other six forces in their form building activities. On the physical plane, this is especially so in conjunction with the electrical coordinating force of the ray of ceremonial order. These two rays can be seen at work in the shape of gigantic electrified double helixes that proliferate throughout the cosmos supplying the power that generates and forms galaxies and stars.

  Birkeland currents – right image displaying the devic qualities of living substance, pinching down through the generative region to form galaxies, stars and planets. Further information on Birkeland currents on the Electric Bridge site can be accessed here.  

As parallel Birkeland current filaments are drawn together they begin to rotate in pairs forming braided helical filaments (diagram top left). Viewed down the axis of these rotating filaments a cylindrical ring can be seen wherein tremendous electric tension is generated that breaks up into vortices known as diocotron instabilities, with a preferred hexagonal shape.

Bird’s eye view looking down the axis of a Birkeland current at the formation of Diocotron instabilities.

Diocotron instabilities have been known since the turn of the 19th century when Kristian Birkeland photographed particle beams passing through a low vacuum. It provides a more likely explanation than fluid dynamics for the hexagonal pattern that exists at Saturn’s North Pole, as these geometrical patterns are also seen on rocky moons and planets as well as at the North Pole of this gas giant.


NE Mare Nubium – The Moon

Throughout the solar system, heavily cratered planets and moons show these and other features that can be replicated in the laboratory and by electric discharge machining used in industrial applications, but are difficult to explain elsewhere in the universe unless electricity is active universally.

Craters produced in laboratory experiments using electric arcs, by plasma physicist C. J. Ransom

To date, the formation of hexagonal phenomena in the cosmos through electric tension and subsequent discharge is not acknowledged in standard astrophysics. However, the evidence is steadily accruing and at some point, the Big Bang, gravitational model of the cosmos will require a major rethink along with its associated theories of general relativity, black holes, dark matter and dark energy. These essentials of the current gravitational model are not required in an electric universe. It is electric tension in the Cosmic Bloodstream of Space that produces all manner of phenomena in the heavens based on the hexagonal geometry of the flower of life. Current research is showing that this process is also at work in water, whose surface is electrically organised into an hexagonal structure that carries information to that which it surrounds, including DNA and all the protein chains that construct all life forms on earth. This will be explored in Part 2. Part 3 will examine how the mammalian brain functions through a fractal like structure of hexagons at many different levels and how this arrangement translates thoughtforms into electrical signals in the cerebral cortex.

Continued on part 2

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