The Gravitational Spider

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The Gravitational Spider

Unread postby lizzie » Mon May 05, 2008 8:06 am

Gravitational Spider
http://www.keelynet.com/spider/b-119e.htm

When an interference pattern demonstrating this process of an energy current in a field of wave background (gravitation) was obtained for the first time, then an idea appeared:
Why does a spider settle down in a web exactly like in the model obtained? I had not a shadow of a doubt, that in Nature it must be precisely this way. Then we found the coincidence that proved it - that a spider really settles itself in a web always head down, if the web is vertical, of course. However, in this connection, another question arose: Why a spider has such a likeness with the interference pattern? Why is it a spider, but not other beings?

With time, an answer was found, but the most interesting thing was waiting ahead of us: Why do mythology or rock carvings contain information about the processes discovered by us? Maybe we are not the first, maybe our remote ancestors knew all of this, but, as a result of global cataclysms, they were not able to keep the knowledge in their hands?

A few days had not passed before corroborations were found. Skimming through different encyclopedias of historical and esoteric kinds it was found that: - American Indians have a legend about the Man-Spider, whose web connects heavenly worlds with the Earth; - the secret schools of India describe some gods, who were working on creating the Universe, as beings weaving a web - a network which links the world of light and the world of darkness. They call these the builders of the cosmic system, who tied the embryo of the Universe with Invisible Power, Gods - Spiders and their ruler - The Great Spider.

And the last straw, which delighted us completely, was photographs of statues of Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu. It was really a bolt from the blue.

We put beside the photo of Brahma, an image of a spider and a computer printout of the spider-effect and realized the enormity of the comparison performed. Without any doubt, we realized the infinite significance of the spider-effect.

But, what really matters in these realizations is that we have strengthened our confidence in the correctness of the chosen direction of the researches. It was at that time, when the idea came to call the phenomenon occurring near to the Earth - the GRAVITATIONAL SPIDER (http://www.keelynet.com/spider/050.gif); however, there were also other versions, for example, the BRAHMA-EFFECT


Gravitation
http://keelynet.com/spider/b-118e.htm

We found that an accelerated motion is not necessarily caused only by an external force - the reason can also be arrhythmia. Does, in the case of gravitation, arrhythmia happen to be the reason of free falling with acceleration?, as it is in the case of falling, a self-accelerating body does not experience internal deformations!

Investigation of the third state of rest being achieved in accelerated self-motion allows us to suppose that there is not a gravity force, as such, in Nature, but there are conditions which can arise where a body gets into a state of auto-arrhythmia.

The nearer the oscillator is to the surface, the stronger something affects it and decreases its frequency. Isn’t it a reason, why previously coherent oscillators, being at different distances from the Earth, begin to vibrate with different frequencies?

But, then the frequency difference arising between them unavoidably causes their own interference field to move. As a result of this motion, a difference of wave pressure inside the system appears whose vector is directed to the center of the Earth.

If gravitation is not a force, but arises from conditions provoking the rise of arrhythmia, then what is the physics of processes instigating bodies to experience phase-frequency destabilization? This question was studied with a particular carefulness, and the answer was found:

Totality of irradiations of the Earth body creates in its environment a background of wave pulsations. The density of these pulsations is proportional to the number of oscillators, i.e. to the ambient mass, and decreases with distance.
The more dense the wave background, the greater the frequency tightening and, hence, provided that the distances between oscillators exist, the rise of a frequency gradient - arrhythmia - is unavoidable.

Now, while talking about gravitation, it should be understood, that the force of attraction, as such, does not exist, but there is a background of wave pulsations, that we intend to call the rhythmodynamic environment of planet.

It is this wave background that creates the illusion of gravity force through the creation of arrhythmia in an object; and the subsequent gradient change of rhythms of a body unavoidably leads to change in its dynamics.

A body, experiencing the influence of this rhythmodynamic field, has to deal not only with a force from the outside, but with this natural pushing of itself into an area of lower rhythms.


Antigravitation
http://www.keelynet.com/spider/b-120e.htm

If our reasoning is correct, then further changing of the frequency ratio will result in motion of the interference field in a direction opposite to the Earth. According to theory, the arisen deformation can be corrected only in accelerated motion after the creeping up of the interference spider.
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Re: The Gravitational Spider

Unread postby Grey Cloud » Mon May 05, 2008 9:24 am

Interesting article. Don't know if this is related but I've just found it on the Beeb's website:
Study sheds light on spider sex
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/7378196.stm

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