Scope Traces

Basic Concepts of Electron Beam, Magnets, and Copper



Vibrational Interaction


Vibrational Interaction

The scope is set up to produce a dot on the screen. A tunned 5 segment vibrational tube is held directly in front of the dot.
The entire tube lights up with electrical activity, as standing vibration on the tube organizes and controls it.
Pictured is the DM wavelength, Diagonal mediator for the human body.

Biofield Resonance

The energy of the electron beam is not contained only inside the CRT. It's field reach is much greater.
 If I move the tube to one side, the effect drops very quickly.
The electron field interacts most strongly at the center of a segment, for a standing wave vibrational resonant form.


Magnetic Interaction.


Perpendicular Approach

Magnetic Deflection

I am the electron beam traveling to the face of the screen from the electron gun at the rear of the Cathode Ray Tube.
If I am an electron approaching a magnet, such that I see it's North pole on my right, then I am going to travel over the magnet.
If I am an electron in the beam and I observe its North pole to my left, then I am going to travel under the magnet.
If my path is to the center of the magnet, my bending curve will be stronger.
The power of the bend lies at the center of the magnet, for this angular approach.


Polar Approach


Polar Approach

The electron beam is now approaching the end of a magnet.
As the trace moves across the screen it's deflection is shifted from down on the left to up on the right.
The other pole is not present to pull it back down on the right side of the screen as before.
The beam crosses at the center of the magnet.


Magnetic Pole Patterns


Magnetic Pole Patterns

North pole for the first three photos, South pole on the lower right.
The beam scans across the CRT face left to right, as it crosses the magnetic poles center point it does a very special and beautiful dance.
As viewed from the front side, with north pole, the beam first does a downwards CW loop, then an upwards CCW loop.
South pole reverses this and changes the angle of the pattern.
In both cases the beam is turned backwards for a time along the time domain to curl around the center of the magnets field.
This shows that in an electron beam, there is a built in duality at work.
This is an electric field interacting with a magnetic field.
This is a door opening to the study of scalar canceling coils.


Time and Electrical Force in Motion

One picture I could not get with my camera, as I am simply too slow to capture it. If you set the trace frequency very low so the dot crosses the screen slowly.
What now happens at the magnet location, the beam will take one loop around the outside of the magnet and not cross the center at all.
The velocity of this loop, a perfect circle, is about 10 or 20 times faster then the sweep rate of the dot.

Now as you increase the sweep rate, there is a magical place where the figure 8 forms. This is the tempic field link, which exposes the nature of motion near c velocities.
The trace goes from a zero, and it changes to alternating sides of the figure 8, first CW then CCW then CW again, etc....
Where this happens, the first CW spin already knows there is another opposing one coming next, and so it moves to one side of center of the magnet.
The first spin, moves to one side of center, before the second spin hits the screen reversed!
How does the first spin know to move to one side of center, the second one has not happened yet?

This same phenomena is observed in party levitation, during counting, if a count is missed by someone the weight returns between the counts, half way.
It returns on the interval segment between the two counts, even before the next count happens, the one that gets messed up and one person misses counting it.

This is effect happening before cause and is the nature of events in a time stream of pulses.
The reversed conjugate is not hard to observe.
This is the power of pulsing, and coherent entrainment of a vibrational field.
It operates across time, to effect both the past and future for a small distance, with a very real field force.
The electron beam pulsed this way operates on itself, to create first an attracting loop and then an opposing loop to the magnet it is dancing in front of.


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