Molecular Transcription Resonance System/Molecular Resonance Health Method - Class content (6)

Next, we are going to talk about three kinds of particles. The space-time grid is composed of three kinds of particles.

The first is the space-time particles, the second is the charged particles in space-time, and the third is the particles that make up the objects in space-time.


(1) Space-time particles

(Picture) This is the space-time landscape we just showed you.

Look at these small particles one by one. This is the particle that forms the space-time web. (Formed by space-time particles)

This space-time background is composed of these tiny particles. The particle itself spins, and the spin of the particle forms an electrical field. As long as there is a change in potential energy, there will be electricity, and spin itself is a change in potential energy. It will form an electrical field. There will be an interaction between the electrical fields. They form the foundation of a power grid.

I hope everybody can understand this concept. This is one of the space-time particle networks I explained, and its smallest structural unit is the space-time particle.


(2) Charged particles in space-time

(Video) This is our simulation of the activities of charged particles in space-time. Charged particles don't have a certain direction, and there is no certain direction in which they should go. They are in space-time activity.


  The charged particles in space-time have their own mass, and there will be interactions between particles and particles.

(Picture, all the blue lines you see is the gravitational forces of their interacting with each other.)

  These particles will spin themselves, and when they spin, they will generate an electric field of their own. Other particles will also spin and form their own electric field. They all have interaction forces with each other, so we use lines to express this interaction force, and you can see it more clearly.


  Some places on the map are more crowded, which means that the particle activity in that place is more frequent, and some places are looser, and there is less particle activity there. But some particles are big and some are small. (Picture) The mass is large of the big ones and the smaller ones are smaller. However, it not always likes that. For example, the neutron star we just talked about, they are small, but their mass is very large. The mass of just a spoon is equivalent to one Mount Everest. Therefore, we cannot judge the mass in terms of large or small.


  There are countless charged particles in space-time, and the space-time network will overlap with the grid formed by the activities of charged particles in space-time. Charged particles in space-time will also interact with space-time particles. (Picture: Because space-time is multiple, this is a schematic diagram of the overlapping of space-time network and the charged particle network in space-time).


(3) Particles that form objects in space-time.

    Everything is made up of the particles that make it up. (Picture) So, do animals and airplanes interact with each other? Yes! Do butterflies and trees interact with each other? Yes! Do people and trees? Yes! All things interact with each other.

It's like this (picture)

   So, everyone found, wow!  I have to draw a lot to explain a theory to others, it is really complicated. I have to draw so many nets, so many particles, and so many things.

   I don't want to paint too much, so I paint just a little. (Picture: Space-Time power grid)


   We finally use the simplest space-time power grid, but everybody has to know that the space-time power grid we are talking about has three kinds of particles:

1. The space-time particles

2. The charged particles in space-time

3. Particles that form objects in space-time

These particles form a space-time power grid, and I use it to explain my Space-time power grid theory.


Are there gravitational waves in the activity of these particles?

It is not only the activities of neutron stars that have gravitational waves, and it is not only the activities of black holes that have gravitational waves. The gravitational waves generated by the activities of particles are not easy to observe, so it requires the motion of large celestial bodies to be able to observe them. For example, to observe the Higgs boson, a 27 kilometer long LHC would need to be built to accelerate particle collisions before they can be observed.

(Picture) The particles shown in the picture have gravitational waves between each other. Do I have gravitational waves with them? Yes. Are there any gravitational waves between me and you? Yes, there are. But there is no way to observe this. This activity can only be observed by a very large celestial body.

But, it doesn't mean that it does not exist because you can't observe it! Our technology hasn't advanced enough at this time.

So let's go a step further now, we already know gravity, we know gravitational waves, we know things in space and time.

Every kind of thing is composed of different bonds of particles, and has its own matter-waves, which is the "natural frequency".

This skeleton model has its own matter- waves, the apple has the matter-waves of the apple, my pen has its matter-waves, and I also have my matter-waves.

Next, for matter waves, I hope you can grasp the following two concepts:

The first:

Look at a cup here. This cup has the matter waves of the cup, right? I put water in this cup, and the water has matter waves of itself, but which elements are the matter waves of water composed of? We all know, which are two hydrogens (H) and one oxygen (O), bonded to form water.

Everything has its own matter-waves, and we must make good use of these matter-waves.

The second:

The smallest, basic essence in space-time is the particle. These particles also have their own matter-waves. So will the matter-waves generated by the particle vibrations that make up these things affect the matter-waves of the particles moving in space-time and the particles of the space-time network? The answer is: yes! Those are the frequencies we often talk about. They will all affect each other.


(Picture) Here, let me explain to you again. This is the space-time grid. There are some particles moving in space-time. There is ginseng (medicine) in this place. Does ginseng have the matter-waves of ginseng? Yes, it does.

There is a person who just needs ginseng, so I have to pass the effect of this ginseng to that person. What should I do at this time? I just need to strengthen the matter-waves of this ginseng, because when ginseng vibrates, the space-time grid vibrates, too.

Think about it in your heart! When you get an electric shock, it's not just your fingers that get an electric shock; it's going to spread to your whole body, right?

Therefore, we can use such a network transmission to transmit the information of ginseng to people. In this case, we don't need to wear a device.

(to be continued…)