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TES9 Session 506 October 27, 1969 4/55 (7%) units polarity poles observatories ee

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(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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Take for example five thousand such units, aligned together, formed together. They would still of course be invisible. But if you could view them each individual unit would have its poles lined up in the same manner. It would look like one single unit—say it is of circular form—so it would appear like a small globe, with the poles lined up as in your earth.

If this large unit were then attracted to another larger unit, circular, with the poles running east and west in your terms, then the first unit would change its own, and all of the units within it would do the same. (Pause.)

Now the energy point would be halfway between these poles regardless of their position, and it forms the poles . They revolve therefore about the energy point. (Gesture.) The energy point is indestructible basically.

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