Hello my Dears!
My computer was updating itself and when it was finished, this file was mysteriously left on the screen. (??) It is a page from my Class files of 2013. It seemed especially curious because the computer has never done this kind of thing before when updating itself, nor had I pulled up that file since using it for the Class in 2013!
My decision to post it now is two fold. First, I felt those interested in the Science/Quantum Mechanics of our Ascension process may find it stimulating. Secondly, this information feels relevant to this time frame (the summer quarter – June, July, August), probably because we are close upon the Summer Solstice (June 21, 2017).
I will leave it up to you to interpret it for yourself.
Sorry, I have not been able to get the pictures to come through along with the text to post on this Blog. But you will receive the Spiritual content encoded by The Grandmothers, just the same.
From my HEART to your HEART in Love, Betty.
(Personal notes from the Class Files of 2013)
PREVIEW OF THE HIGHER TEACHINGS
“The Upline” presented a preview of the Higher Teachings on 2/09/13 – 2/10/13….The Instruction was in regard to their previous message of 2/07/13, concerning the upcoming Vernal Equinox.
RE: Guidelines 2/07/13-2 (Flywheel research) “The moment of inertia becomes a MATRIX, also called a tensor.”
“Matrix” – like the movie and what forms it.
MATRIX/VORTEX – ex: top spinning and at the same time moving through space
SAME AS OUR MERKABA! – Drawing: a Star of David with a dot in the center – Merkaba spins in both directions at once!
Relationship to Nova? A Galaxy? – Drawing: The 3D/4D/5D figure I’ve been seeing with a column of white light in the center. In the drawing, the bottom vortex (3D triangle – top points upward) spins counter clockwise, then there is a center of inertia (4D Plane) where there is no movement, then the spin begins to rotate in the opposite direction, clockwise, creating the top vortex (5 D triangle – top points downward). The White Light (God Force) shooting through the center/core/portal of the vortexes are the Moving Force/Power that generates the creative energy which manifests as form in these Dimensional Planes of Being.
(The creation of) NOVA EARTH!
“Matrix of Scalars!”
Definitions: matrix, scalar
scalar: 1: having an uninterrupted series of steps : graduated (eg: levels/dimensions!)
2: capable of being represented by a point on a scale (eg: a frequency or a note in a musical scale!)
matrix:1: something within or from which something else originates, develops, or takes form
2a : a mold from which a relief surface (as a piece of type) is made, b : die, c : an engraved or inscribed die or stamp, d : an electroformed impression of a phonograph record used for mass-producing duplicates of the original
3a : the natural material (as soil or rock) in which something (as a fossil or crystal) is embedded, b : material in which something is enclosed or embedded (as for protection or study)
4a : the extracellular substance in which tissue cells (as of connective tissue) are embedded, b : the thickened epithelium at the base of a fingernail or toenail from which new nail substance develops
5a : a rectangular array of mathematical elements (as the coefficients of simultaneous linear equations) that can be combined to form sums and products with similar arrays having an appropriate number of rows and columns, b : something resembling a mathematical matrix especially in rectangular arrangement of elements into rows and columns, c : an array of circuit elements (as diodes and transistors) for performing a specific function
Guidelines 2/07/13 – “As we come to the Vernal Equinox, there is a shifting, a clicking into place, a meshing as of gears, so to speak, as (a flywheel) in a machine, which moves everything forward a notch – (as by) a degree. [….]”
Flywheel (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
An industrial flywheel.
A flywheel mounted at the end of an automobile engine crankshaft.
A flywheel is a rotating mechanical device that is used to store rotational energy. Flywheels have a significant moment of inertia and thus resist changes in rotational speed. The amount of energy stored in a flywheel is proportional to the square of its rotational speed. Energy is transferred to a flywheel by applying torque to it, thereby increasing its rotational speed, and hence its stored energy. Conversely, a flywheel releases stored energy by applying torque to a mechanical load, thereby decreasing its rotational speed.
Moment of inertia (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia0
This article is about the moment of inertia of a rotating object, also termed the mass moment of inertia.
The long rod carried by a tightrope walker has a large moment of inertia, which means it resists the torque applied to it by the walker to maintain balance.
In classical mechanics, moment of inertia, also called mass moment of inertia, rotational inertia, polar moment of inertia of mass, or the angular mass , is a property of a distribution of mass in space that measures its resistance to rotational acceleration about an axis. This scalar moment of inertia becomes an element in the inertia matrix when a distribution of mass is measured around three axes in space. This inertia matrix appears in the calculation of the angular momentum, kinetic energy and resultant torque in the dynamics of a rigid body.
Newton’s first law, which describes the inertia of a body in linear motion, can be extended to the inertia of a body rotating about an axis using the moment of inertia. That is, an object that is rotating at constant angular velocity will remain rotating unless acted upon by an external torque. In this way, the moment of inertia plays the same role in rotational dynamics as mass does in linear dynamics, describing the relationship between angular momentum and angular velocity, torque and angular acceleration.
The moment of the inertia force on a single particle around an axis multiplies the mass of the particle by the square of its distance to the axis, and forms a parameter called the moment of inertia. The moments of inertia of individual particles in a body sum to define the moment of inertia of the body rotating about an axis. For rigid bodies moving in a plane, such as a compound pendulum, the moment of inertia is a scalar, but for movement in three dimensions, such as a spinning top, the moment of inertia becomes a matrix, also called a tensor.
Many systems use a mass with a large moment of inertia to maintain a rotational velocity and resist small variations in applied torque. For example, the long pole held by a tight-rope walker maintains a zero angular velocity resisting the small torque applied by the walker to maintain balance. Another example is the rotating mass of a flywheel which maintains a constant angular velocity resisting the torque variations in a machine
Scalars in relativity theory (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
Main article: Lorentz scalar
In the theory of relativity, one considers changes of coordinate systems that trade space for time. As a consequence, several physical quantities that are scalars in “classical” (non-relativistic) physics need to be combined with other quantities and treated as four-dimensional vectors or tensors. For example, the charge density at a point in a medium, which is a scalar in classical physics, must be combined with the local current density (a 3-vector) to comprise a relativistic 4-vector. Similarly, energy density must be combined with momentum density and pressure into the stress-energy tensor.
Examples of scalar quantities in relativity include electric charge, spacetime interval (e.g., proper time and proper length), and invariant mass.
Tensor (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) Note that in common usage, the term tensor is also used to refer to a tensor field.
Tensors are geometric objects that describe linear relations between vectors, scalars, and other tensors. Vectors and scalars themselves are also tensors. A tensor can be represented as a multi-dimensional array of numerical values. The order (also degree or rank) of a tensor is the dimensionality of the array needed to represent it, or equivalently, the number of indices needed to label a component of that array.
Tensors are used to represent correspondences between sets of geometric vectors. For example, the stress tensor T takes a direction v as input and produces the stress T(v) on the surface normal to this vector as output and so expresses a relationship between these two vectors, as shown in the figure (right).
The stress tensor, a second-order tensor. The tensor’s components, in a three-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system, form the matrix whose columns are the stresses (forces per unit area) acting on the e1, e2, and e3 faces of the cube.
Because they express a relationship between vectors, tensors themselves must be independent of a particular choice of coordinate system. Taking a coordinate basis or frame of reference and applying the tensor to it results in an organized multidimensional array representing the tensor in that basis, or as it looks from that frame of reference. The coordinate independence of a tensor then takes the form of a “covariant” transformation law that relates the array computed in one coordinate system to that computed in another one. This transformation law is considered to be built in to the notion of a tensor in a geometric or physical setting, and the precise form of the transformation law determines the type (or valence) of the tensor.