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TES9 Session 506 October 27, 1969 9/55 (16%) units polarity poles observatories ee

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It is almost impossible to detect an individual unit, for in its dance of activity it constantly becomes a part of other such units, expanding and contracting, pulsating and changing in intensity, in force, and changing polarity. This last is extremely important.

(Pause, one of many.) With Ruburt’s limited vocabulary, this is rather difficult to explain, but it would be as if the positions of your north and south poles changed constantly while maintaining the same relative distance from each other, and by their change in polarity upsetting the stability (pause) of the planet—except that because of the greater comparative strength (pause) at the poles of the units (gestures, attempts to draw diagrams in the air), a newer stability is almost immediately achieved after each shifting. Is that much clear?

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The shifting of polarity occurs in rhythm with changing emotional intensities, or emotional energies, if you prefer. (Pause.) You may use EE. (Leaning forward, speaking humorously.)

The “initial,” in quotes, originating emotional energy that sets any given unit into motion, and forms it, then causes the unit to become a highly charged electromagnetic field, with those characteristics of changing polarities just mentioned.

The changing polarities are also caused by attraction and repulsion from other like units, which may be attached or detached. There is a rhythm that underlies all of this changing polarity and changing intensities that occur constantly. But the rhythms have to do with the nature of emotional energy itself, and not with the laws of physical matter.

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(Pause.) The energy point, the EE point, from here on, constantly changes the form of the unit, but the procedure I have just mentioned must first occur. The unit may become circular, for example. Now these intensities of EE, forming the units, end up by transforming all available space into what they are. Certain intensities and certain positions of polarity between and among the units, and great groupings of the units, compress energy into solid form.

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(Jane made it a point to mention that in regard to the switch in polarities of the ELM units: “This isn’t only with north and south switching, but opposites anywhere on the rim of the circle I used as illustration—such as east and west reversed, etc.”

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Now. The intensity of the original emotional energy controls the activity, the strength, the stability, and the relative size of the unit; the rate of its pulsation, and its power to attract and repel other units, and its ability to combine with other units. Now the behavior of these units changes in the following manner. *(Pause.) *When a unit is in the act of combining with another unit, it aligns its components in a characteristic way. When it is separating itself from other units it will align its components in a different way. The polarities change in each case within the unit itself.

It will alter it polarities within itself, adopting the polarity-design of the unit to which it is being attracted, and will change its polarity away from that design upon breaking contact.

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