The Nature of Matter

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  • No unread posts The Anu, the smallest particle of physical matter.
    All that follows may be found at: or matter.htm

    The Anu is the smallest particle of the 7th type of substance. The substance out of which our reality is built

    "The Anu has—as observed so far—three proper motions, i.e., motions of its own, independent of any imposed upon it from outside. It turns incessantly upon its own axis, spinning like a top; it describes a small circle with its axis, as though the axis of the spinning top moved in a small circle ; it has a regular pulsation, a contraction and expansion, like the pulsation of the heart. When a force is brought to bear upon it, it dances up and down, flings itself wildly from side to side, performs the most astonishing and rapid gyrations, but the three fundamental motions incessantly persist. If it be made to vibrate, as a whole, at the rate which gives any one of the seven colours, the whorl belonging to that colour glows out brilliantly.

    "To help us to understand more clearly let us examine the ultimate atom of the physical plane. (See Figs. 3 and 6.) It is composed of ten rings or wires, which lie side by side, but never touch one another. If one of these wires be taken away from the atom, and as it were untwisted from its peculiar spiral shape and laid out on a flat surface, it will be seen that it is a complete circle—a tightly twisted endless coil. This coil is itself a spiral containing 1,680 turns; it can be unwound, and it will then make a much larger circle. There are in each wire seven sets of such coils or spirillae, each finer than the preceding coil, to which its axis lies at right angles. The process of unwinding them in succession may be continued until we have nothing but an enormous circle of the tiniest imaginable dots lying like pearls upon an invisible string. These dots are so inconceivably small that many millions of them are needed to make one ultimate physical atom. They appear to be the basis of all matter of which we at present know anything; astral, mental and buddhic atoms also are built of them, so we may regard them as fundamental units of which all material atoms on any plane yet attainable are composed."

    See the book "Occult Chemistry:"
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  • No unread posts The 7 types of matter/substance.
    Chart8 shows the 7 types of matter/substance and their 7 substates. Each having a Solid, Liquid, Gas and the 4 ether's component. Ours substance is the lowest, the most material, of the 7:

    There are 7 fundamental types of substance. Each type has 7 substates representing the Solid, Liquid, Gas and the 4 ethers. We have forms, vehicles, in all but the 1st. When I say “we” I mean us as Spirit (Monad), Soul and Personality. Our personalities are found in the 7th, 6th and lower 4 levels of the 5th type. All types interpenetrate, that is, exist in the same space. What distinguishes one from the other is the tenuousness of the substance of which they are composed. An entity may have a form using substance of the 6th, and living a satisfying life, but not have a physical form, the 7th. Therefore we, here, are unaware of its existence unless “Continuity of Consciousness” has been developed, the ability to function simultaneously in more than one body type. It is also possible for an entity to have a physical body composed only of the 4 ethers and not possess the solid, liquid or gaseous aspects. Here again they will go unnoticed unless etheric vision has been developed.

    The next type from ours, the 6th, is where our emotional natures are found. The lower 4 levels of the 5th, our minds. The higher three levels, our Souls. There are unique abilities associated with each form. Each of them must be developed, awakened. On the higher levels of the 6th and inherent to the 5th is the ability of extreme magnification. It may be directed out into space or down into matter. The latter technique was used to create the book Occult Chemistry. It contains 398 pages with 230 illustrations. First published in 1908, 3rd edition 1951. 48MB.

    More information as to the nature of the 7 types may be found here: or matter.htm
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