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While our physical body exists in one polarity form in matter, our internal energies exist at both male and female principles. Our right side is “electric” and works as a transmitter, which is the active force principle of the male gender. Our left side is “magnetic” and works as a receiver, which is the passive force principle of the female gender. Our male “electron” is positively charged which interacts with the female “proton” which is negatively charged. These two forces together create the ranges of electromagnetism we experience on the planet.
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While our physical body exists in one polarity form in matter, our internal energies exist at both male and female principles. '''Our right side is “electric” and works as a transmitter, which is the active force principle of the male gender.''' Our left side is “magnetic” and works as a receiver, which is the passive force principle of the female gender. Our male “electron” is positively charged which interacts with the female “proton” which is negatively charged. These two forces together create the ranges of electromagnetism we experience on the planet.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:30, 25 April 2013

While our physical body exists in one polarity form in matter, our internal energies exist at both male and female principles. Our right side is “electric” and works as a transmitter, which is the active force principle of the male gender. Our left side is “magnetic” and works as a receiver, which is the passive force principle of the female gender. Our male “electron” is positively charged which interacts with the female “proton” which is negatively charged. These two forces together create the ranges of electromagnetism we experience on the planet.

Reference

April 2013 Newsletter


Term first found in HGS Manual: Page 59