".If we look through the lens of the torus as the fundamental and universal pattern of energy flow, the in and out waves could just be the enfolding and unfolding aspects, the inhale and exhale that maintain the toroidal wholeness. And one further vital, mind-stretching concept...Imagine that at the same time as waves spiral infinitely out from a point “singularity” its complementary wave spirals infinitely in – like the dark spirals between the light bands of a galaxy. Imagine if a device could access the boundless power of that inward pressure wave. Then it would be available anywhere in the universe and suddenly fuel-less propulsion becomes a possibility. Such a “drive” would be creating its own gravitational field, so theoretically it could do maneuvers independent of the Earth’s field and by aiming its pressure differential it could be pulled through space time like a helium balloon rising in the air...only much, much faster.
Most so-called “New Energy” devices, in my experience, either tap the innate energy of (toroidal) magnetic fields or they access the virtually unrecognized “longitudinal wave” at the center of an electro-magnetic vortex rather than the more commonly known “transverse” wave that is coiling around it. Others mimic cosmic vortices with copper coils that create toroidal fields. Rotating these fields at certain octave frequencies seems to tap into the ambient energy of the space around the coils. Harmonic resonance rather than combustion unlocks the power.
As far as I can tell, the entire universe is an alive sea of energy, and accessing power becomes possible when we can successfully adapt our relationship to waves of pressure. Gas explosions in piston chambers create a burst of force to turn a motor. Burning coal or even nuclear fission just serves to heat water and the pressure of the steam can crank an engine. A difference in charge on plates in a battery can create a wave of movement in some chemicals that can then power various implements. The pressure of wind, waves or geothermal heat turns a turbine. Traditional physics recognizes and measures “radiation” – the energy dissipating from a system, and those waves run our cars, heat our homes, fuel our weapons.
But physics has ignored half of the universe! Though it is common to read in textbooks that “for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction,” our textbooks tell us the universe is expanding and winding down. Might it make more sense that that motion is balanced by contraction and winding up? When you breathe out, don’t your lungs go in? Walter Russell called this side of the universal dynamic “genero-active” as opposed to “radio-active.”