Electron

Despite the fact that the electron is the first discovered elementary particle in physics (by an English physicist Joseph Thomson in 1897), the nature of electron remains mysterious to scientists until now. The theory of electron is considered to be incomplete because the inner logical contradictions are inherent to it and there are many questions to which the official science has no answers yet.


 

An Irish physicist George Stoney (1826 - 1911) has suggested the name to this elementary particle in 1891 as «the fundamental unit of electricity measurement». The word "electron" comes from the Greek word «electron», that means "amber". (As it is known, the amber - is a hardened fossilized resin. By friction, amber acquires an electric charge, and attracts the light bodies. This characteristic of amber has been known since ancient times to different peoples. For example, judging by the extant data, the properties of the amber have been known to people as early as 600 BC). The scientists have decided among themselves to consider the electric charge of the electron to be a negative one, in accordance with an earlier agreement to recognize the charge of the electrified amber as a negative one.


 

Electron is a constituent of the atom, one of the main structural elements of substance. The electrons form the electron shells of atoms of all currently known chemical elements. They are involved in almost all electrical phenomena, which are now known to the scientists. However, the official science still cannot explain what the electricity actually is, resorting to common phrases that it is, for example, “a set of phenomena caused by the existence, movement and interaction of charged bodies or particles, carriers of electric charge." It is known that electricity is not a continuous stream but is transferred in portions - discretely.


 


 

Almost all the main data about electron, which science operates with until now, had been acquired at the turn of the end of XIX - early XX centuries. In particular, this concerns the idea of the wave nature of the electron, (it is enough to recall the work of Nikola Tesla and his study on the generation and wireless transmission of energy at a distance). However, according to the official history of physics, the idea of the wave nature of the electron was put forward in 1924 by the French physicist-theorist, one of the founders of quantum mechanics, Louis de Broglie (1892 - 1987; a son of a famous aristocratic family in France). The idea was experimentally confirmed in 1927 by American scientists Clinton Davisson (1881-1958) and Lester Germer (1896 -1971) during the examination of electron diffraction.
The word "diffraction" is derived from the Latin word «diffractus», which literally means "broken, crushed, curving the obstacles by waves." Diffraction is the phenomenon of wave dissemination, for example, of a light beam, when passing through a narrow hole or when in contact with the edge of the obstacle. The idea of a wave nature of the electron constituted the basis for the development of wave mechanics by an Austrian theoretical physicist, Erwin Schrodinger (Erwin Schrödinger; 1887-1961) in 1926 who was one of the founders of quantum mechanics. Since then, the official science is only making a slight progress in the study on the nature of the electron.


 

IN FACT, ELECTRON consists of 13 phantom Po particles and has a unique structure. The detailed knowledge about the electron is omitted here on purpose, because information is presented publicly and this knowledge can be dangerous if it gets into the hands of people who want to create a new type of weapon. We note only that electron has unusual properties. What is known today under the name of electricity - it is, in fact, a particular condition of the septon field, in the processes of which electron is involved along with its other additional "components" in most cases.


 

Interesting information indicating the uniqueness of the electron was presented in the book AllatRa:

«Anastasia:: How can the Observer make changes with an act of observation?
Rigden: To make an answer to this question clear, let’s take a journey into quantum physics. The more scientists study questions posed by this science, the more they come to the conclusion that everything is very closely interconnected in the world and exists non-locally. For example, elementary particles are interconnected. According to the theory of quantum physics, if a simultaneous formation of two particles takes place, they will not only be in the “superposition” state, that is, in many places at the same time. A change of the state of one particle will also lead to an instant change of the state of the other particle, no matter how far it is located from it, even if this distance exceeds the range of action of all the natural forces known to modern mankind.
Anastasia:: What is the secret of this instant interconnection?
Rigden: I shall explain in a moment. Let us, for instance, take a look at the electron. It consists of information building blocks (or “Po grains” as they were called by the ancient people), which define its basic characteristics and determine its inner potential, among other things. According to modern concepts, the electron moves around the nucleus of the atom as if along a “stationary orbit” (orbital). To be more specific, its motion is already presented not in the form of a material point with a predetermined path, but in the form of the electron cloud (a conventional image of the electron “smeared” throughout the whole volume of the atom), which has areas of thickening and discharge of the electric charge. The electron cloud as such has no clear boundaries. The orbit (orbital) is referred to not as a movement of the electron in a particular line but as a certain part of space, an area around the nucleus of the atom, which has the most likely location of the electron in the atom (atomic orbital) or in the molecule (molecular orbital). It is the difference between the inner potential and the external charge that creates such orbitals. The quality of the inner energy (potential) characterises a material object. In other words, using the language of modern science, such electron shells (orbitals) of atoms determine electrical, optical, magnetic, and chemical properties of atoms and molecules as well as most of the properties of solid bodies, depending on the number and the position of electrons on them. The shape of the electron cloud, as we remember from chemistry classes at school, can be different.


So as it is known, the electron can exist in two states simultaneously in the material world – as a particle and as a wave. It can manifest itself in different places at the same time, according, again, to quantum physics. Leaving or, rather, disappearing from its nuclear orbit, the electron moves instantly, that is, it disappears here and appears on another orbit.

But the most interesting thing here is what scientists do not yet know. Consider, for example, an electron of the hydrogen atom, which is an element that is a part of water, living organisms, and natural resources. It is also one of the most common elements in space. The atomic orbital that surrounds the nucleus of the hydrogen atom is spherical shaped. This is what the present day science can detect. But scientists do not yet know that the electron itself is twisted into a helix (spiral). Moreover, depending on the charge location, this helix (one and the same) can be both left-handed and right-handed. It is thanks to this spiral shape and a change of location of charge concentration that this electron goes easily from the particle state to a wave and vice versa.

Here is a figurative example. Imagine that you have an orange in your hands. Using a knife, you carefully remove the whole peel from it in a circle like a spiral, moving from one of its vertices, let’s say conventionally, from point A to another one – point B. If you separate this peel from the orange, then in the usual folded state it will be spherical-shaped, echoing contours of the orange. If stretched, it will be similar to a wave-like rope. So in our figurative example, the orange peel will represent the electron helix, on the surface of which there is an external charge in the area of point A, while the internal charge is in the area of point B on the inside (on the white side of the peel). Any external change in point A (on the orange side of the peel) will lead to the same instant internal change, but which will be opposite in the power and influence, in the point located on the white side of the peel under point B. As soon as the external electron charge decreases, the helix becomes stretched under the influence of the internal potential, and the electron goes into the wave state. When the external charge reappears, which is formed due to an interaction of waves with matter, the helix compresses, and the electron goes into particle state again. In the particle state, the electron has a negative external charge and a left-handed helix, and in the wave state it has a right-handed helix and a positive external charge. All this transformation happens due to ezoosmos.

The Observer from the perspective of a three-dimensional world can see the electron as a particle if certain technical conditions are created. But the Observer from the perspective of higher dimensions, who will see our material world in the form of energies, will be able to observe another structure of the electron. In particular, the information building blocks that make up that electron will only show the properties of energy waves (of a stretched helix). Besides, this wave will be infinite in space. Simply put, the position of the electron is such in the overall system of reality that it will be located everywhere in the material world.

Anastasia: Could you say that it will exist regardless of whether we see it as Observers of a three-dimensional world or not?

Rigden: Yes. In order to understand this, let’s consider another example with a mirror. Suppose that several basic information building blocks form a structure that represents a local point, some object. We put it in the middle of a room, in which a multitude of mirrors is placed under a certain angle in such a way that it is reflected in each of them. So, the object is in the middle of the room, and it is reflected in every mirror. Also, we see it, and, therefore, information about it exists in our minds. In short, the information about the object exists simultaneously in several places. If we remove one of the mirrors, we will not observe this object in that place. But when we return the mirror, it will reappear. So, in fact, information about it has not disappeared. It is just that we see the object under certain conditions of manifestation of information, and once conditions have changed, we no longer see it. Objectively, however, this object continues to exist in that place in terms of information. The reflection may have a continuous flow, so it means that this object exists in each point of this room (and, incidentally, not only of the room but also of the space outside the limits of the room), regardless of whether we see it or not.

According to quantum physics, the existence of the electron in the particle state depends on the very act of measurement or observation. In other words, the electron that has not been measured and that is not being observed behaves not as a particle but as a wave. In this case, there is a whole probability field for it, as it exists here and now in many places simultaneously, that is, in the superposition state. At that, despite the fact that the electron has multiple positions, it will be one and the same electron and the same wave. The superposition is the ability to simultaneously exist in all the possible alternative states until a choice is made, until the Observer makes a measurement (a calculation of the given object). As soon as the Observer focuses his or her attention on the behaviour of the electron, it, I mean the electron, immediately collapses into a particle, that is, it transforms from a wave into a material object, the position of which can be localised. In short, after the measurement, so to say, after the choice of the Observer, one object will only exist in one place.

Anastasia: Oh ,that is interesting information! The findings of quantum physics, as it turns out, are valuable for those who are engaged in self-perfection. This explains in a way why a person fails at meditation. After all, what helps to, so to speak, “materialise” the process of meditation, in other words, what helps the transition from the wave state to the material state, in which energy once again acquires the properties of matter? It is observation and control from the Animal nature. In other words, meditation fails when the mental processes which are typical of the usual, everyday state of consciousness become active. In this case, the brain is always trying to identify something and localise an object of observation. This situation develops when the Personality does not immerse itself sufficiently into an altered state of consciousness during a meditation or when it loses control over this state. This allows the Animal nature to intervene in the process of observation. Associative images appear as a result of it, and the Truth gets lost. The wave transforms into matter. But as soon as you “turn off the brain” with its thought processes and fully enter into a meditation, thanks to a manifestation of your deep feelings, then an expansion of consciousness takes place, and the matter observed from the Spiritual nature turns into a wave. You merge with the true reality of the world, you become one with it and at the same time you feel all its diversity, like you are many and you’re everywhere. This is when a real meditation happens as the process of knowing the Truth.

Rigden: Absolutely. The world of the Animal nature is the world of dominance of matter and its laws. The world of God is the world of perfect energies. When you meditate, when you are in an altered state of consciousness, you then become a part of the process, a part of the divine manifestation here. As soon as the Observer from the Animal nature activates, you think that you gain control over matter. In fact, it is matter (the Animal Mind) that gains control over you. As a result, you become a more manifested material object, in fact, you turn into a corpuscular object of general matter (corpuscle, from Latin corpusculum meaning “body”, “the smallest particle of matter”) and obey its laws. If you switch to the wave state, you become a part of the divine manifestation in this world, that is, an Observer from the Spiritual nature. That is why they say: what you have more, so shall you be.

In the state of meditation, ordinary perception disappears. The consciousness of an experienced practitioner, particularly if we consider his or her state in the “Lotus Flower” spiritual practice, expands beyond the boundaries of the familiar world. Man feels that he is simultaneously everywhere. You can say that the superposition of quantum physics, an acquisition of the wave state is the same as an acquisition in a meditation of the state of exit to higher dimensions, in which matter is already absent. The superposition in the state of meditation is when you “see”, meaning that you feel with the deepest feelings, the whole world and its diverse manifestations. But as soon as the Observer focuses on an object, his consciousness becomes narrowed and limited by the observed object. That is, once you make a choice and focus on specific details, the wave transforms into matter. After all, when you concentrate on details, the comprehensive perception disappears, and only details remain. Thoughts from the Animal nature are a kind of a tool, a power to materialise objects, while feelings from the Spiritual nature are a force for expanding consciousness and accessing higher dimensions.

Anastasia: Yes, how complex this world is and how obvious in it can simple things be.

Rigden: Now, regarding quantum physics... On the one hand, the notion of the Observer has expanded the boundaries of scientific knowledge, but on the other, it has brought them to a deadlock. After all, the perspective of the Superobserver proves that a tremendous force exists which can influence from the outside the Universe, all its objects, and all the processes taking place in it.

Anastasia: So in fact, this is another way to prove scientifically the existence of God?

Rigden: Yes. Man has a Soul as a part of the divine power. The more he transforms his inner world, the more his Personality fuses with the Soul, unfolding before God, and the more he becomes spiritually stronger and gets the ability to influence the physical world from higher dimensions. The more such people there are, the greater this influence is. The Superobserver is God, who can influence everything. Man as an Observer from the Spiritual nature is the Observer who can interfere in the processes of the world and change them at the microlevel. Of course, certain manipulations with matter are accessible to people from the perspective of the Observer from the Animal nature. But man gets the real power of influence only when his Observer from the Spiritual nature activates.”


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