electricity

A Quote by Maya Angelou on talent, electricity, understand, use, and metaphor

I believe talent is like electricity. We don't understand electricity. We use it.

Maya Angelou (1928 -)

Source: Maya Angelou's I know why the caged bird sings: a casebook‎ - Page 154 by Joanne M. Braxton, Maya Angelou

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A Quote by Walter Russell on god, divinity, consciousness, love, health, healing, sickness, ill, toxic, poison, balance, body, harm, loving, universe, perfection, creation, inspiration, electricity, and iam

All of man’s ills are due to his lack of knowing God within him. The perfection of God’s universe is founded upon its perfection of Balance.
All of man’s ills are caused by toxic poisons generated in his body through unbalance affecting his power of control over the functions of his electric body.
Man, as an extension of God, is creator of his own electric body. He is master of his electric body to the extent of his knowing the Light of God in him.
... God says to man: »What I do, ye shall do«, but man is unbelieving for long ages.
(Walter Russell, The Message of the Divine Iliad, p. 129)

Walter Russell

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A Quote by Walter Russell on space, vacuum, void, ether, travel, matter, action, positive, electricity, negative, sun, black, cold, solid, god, creator, interchange, and continuous

The greatest error of science is in relation to space. Science thinks of space either as a void or as an ether through which solids of matter travel. The fact is that space travels with its solids, for each solid is surrounded by a minus zero equal-and-opposite vacuity of the plus zero which we call matter. Matter floats in these insulating spatial counterparts. Positive electricity is accountable for the solids and negative electricity is accountable for the space. All matter comes out of space by the action of positive electricity and is returned to space by the action of negative electricity. White-hot suns come from the blackness of cold space and cold space radiates from hot suns. The matter of space consists of holes surrounded by corpuscular solids, while the matter of solids consists of small
dense cores surrounded by vast tenuous holes of space. The very purpose of the hot suns is to act as crucibles for melting the raw materials which the Creator needs for expressing the idea of the universe. Contrarily, the very purpose of space is to cool the melted matter set out in order that it may become conditioned for the complex expressions of Creation. The two-way interchange between spatial holes and material solids is continuous."

Walter Russell

Source: The Universal One

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A Quote by Walter Russell on credit, debit, money, balance, electricity, bank, and banking

Our zero universe of equilibrium demands two opposed conditions in order to simulate that which our senses interpret for motion and change. These to needed conditions are plus and minus equilibrium; positive and negative electricity.
Plus zero means a credit of pressure borrowed from the universal equilibrium to compress a large volume into a small volume. Minus zero means an equal expansion to balance the borrowed compression.
A thousand dollars borrowed from a bank is a plus condition of credit which is balanced by an equal debit of one thousand dollars. The central zero represents the bank. The extended zeros represent credit and debit. Both are equal but opposite. A credit of one thousand dollars equals zero [for the bank]. When the credit is paid in part or in full the debit is proportionately voided simultaneously with the credit. [Terms of interest disturb this system inevitably.]
These two opposite conditions of credit and debit correspond with the two opposite conditions of compression and expansion in Nature upon which motion is dependent. When an equilibrium pressure is divided into opposite conditions from the zero from which both are extended, motion between the two becomes imperative. They must interchange with each other to void their unbalanced conditions. This is the principle of the electric current.

Walter Russell

Source: The Secret of Light

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A Quote by Walter Russell on electricity, tension, mind, think, know, interaction, desire, and matter

Electricity is the strain or tension set up by the two opposing desires
of universal Mind thinking: the desire for balanced action and the
desire for rest.

This electric universe is a complexity of strains caused by the
interaction of these two opposing, interchanging electric desires.

All matter is electric. All matter is conditioned into greater or
lesser strains according to the intensity of desire which is the cause
of all electric strain to which it is subjected.

The farther removed from rest, the greater the strain or tension. That
which we call high electric potential is merely great strain to
maintain a condition which is far from the condition of rest.

The familiar return ball with which a child plays is a good example of
electric strain. When the ball is thrown from the hand, the elastic
gradually tightens to increase the tension of resistance to strain
generated in the elastic. The strain continues to intensify until the
ball comes to rest. When the ball returns, the strain gradually lessens
until the ball again comes to rest in the child’s hand. When that
happens, the strain and tension have been voided. Tension has not
BECOME rest; it has ceased to be.

This whole electric universe is a complex maze of similar tensions.
Every particle of matter in the universe is separated from its
condition of oneness, just as the return ball is separated from the
hand, and each is connected with the other one by an electric thread of
light which measures the tension of that separateness.

Walter Russell

Source: The Secret of Light

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A Quote by Walter Russell on electric, sea, universe, electricity, breathing, breathe, oneness, unity, equilibrium, balance, and nature

We are all electric creatures floating in the electric sea of this electric universe. Every electric thing in the entire universe breathes electrically into itself from the rest of the electric universe which is outside of itself. It also breathes out of itself into the rest of the universe.
In more simple words, we might say everything in the universe is trying to become every other thing; and every condition of everything is trying to become every other condition. A hot iron, for example, will strive to become as cool as its environment, and the cool environment will strive to become as hot as the hot iron. They compromise and find an equilibrium between the two, which is neither the one thing nor the other. This conspicuous fact is one of the most characteristic traits of Nature.

Walter Russell

Source: Message of the Divine Iliad Vol. 2 (Divine Iliad)

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A Quote by Nikola Tesla on energy, kinetic, potential, future, nature, wheelworks, harmony, balance, electricity, and freedom

Ere many generations pass, our machinery will be driven by a power obtainable at any point of the universe. This idea is not novel. Men have been led to it long ago by instinct or reason; it has been expressed in many ways, and in many places, in the history of old and new. We find it in the delightful myth of Antheus, who derives power from the earth; we find it among the subtle speculations of one of your splendid mathematicians and in many hints and statements of thinkers of the present time. Throughout  space there is energy. Is this energy static or kinetic! If static, our hopesare in vain; if kinetic - and this we know it is, for certain - then it is a mere question of time when men will succeed in attaching their machinery to the very wheelwork of Nature.
-"Experiments with alternate currents of high potential and high frequency" (February 1892)

Nikola Tesla

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A Quote by R. Buckminster Fuller on scarcity, energy, electricity, nature, obsolete, reality, and change

You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change things, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.

R. Buckminster Fuller (1895 - 1983)

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A Quote by Woody Allen on belief, electricity, god, and justice

How can I believe in God when just last week I got my tongue caught in the roller of an electric typewriter?

Woody Allen (1935 -)

Contributed by: Zaady

A Quote by unknown on electricity, life, and mankind

Mankind is divided into two classes: Those who earn their living by the sweat of their brow, and those who sell them handkerchiefs, cold drinks, and electric fans.

unknown

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