The local magnetic field is under constant changes and influences, some predictable, some unpredictable. In contrast, the fink between a polarized or magnetized object or person to its Vivaxis is incredibly constant. The direction of the route to the Vivaxis might occasionally be diverted by earthquakes, tornadoes, and other unpredictable disturbances such as atomic bomb tests, but the link is seldom broken - and usually for brief intervals only.

Deviations deliberately stimulated can be a useful tool to illustrate and challenge findings. The following are challenges that, under correct conditions, can be met by an efficient wave-transmitter stationed at the Vivaxis of the bar magnet - the magnet itself removed to a considerable distance and the whereabouts unknown to the transmitter.

A. The transmitter can correctly determine the direction of the whereabouts of the bar magnet.

B. He can determine when a string is placed over the bar magnet.

C. He can determine when a jar of liquid ammonia is placed over the bar magnet.

It would not be possible to meet these challenges except for the fact that the magnet is in a strong wave link back to its Vivaxis.

At the beginning of our research, the summer of 1962, we suspected magnetism as the energy involved with the leaves and ourselves. It was reasonable to suspect that if this were so, magnets would have directional wave-readings back to their birth place, too.

We tested many magnets and were able to accurately pinpoint the exact place where magnetism was induced. As previously mentioned, steel needles, magnetized by rubbing with another magnet had two different Vivaxes - the Vivaxis of the magnetizing magnet, often Japan, and the point where the needle was rubbed against the lines of force in the local field. These dual Vivaxes were detected from readings on opposite ends of the magnet. In all the tests, the geographical point where magnetism was introduced was unknown to the wave-transmitter prior to the tracking.

For testing purposes ice was generally used as a carrier wave, using a container especially rigged with angle-wire attached. This gave us a constant and more reliable field, and the directional readings could be detected with accuracy. If the reason is not apparent for using ice, it is not too pertinent for the over-all picture. In fact, it is a study within a study, involving many factors of the local field, mainly gravitational.

I felt excited over the findings of our tests with the bar magnet and phoned a scientist friend, Bill Groves, at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. He had encouraged me in my work and I felt he would be interested and could advise me if this fact of physics was clearly known. He assured me that it was not. In essence - a permanent magnet is in a wavelength to its Vivaxis, the exact point where magnetism was originally induced. Further, this Vivaxis could be pinpointed by vector wave readings, for the radiation introduced into the nucleus of the atoms of the magnet at that point had become fixed with characteristic atomic spins of energies related to that particular geographic point.

Later I questioned scientists in San Francisco and Redwood City, California. As I left one skeptical electronics representative, I made the comment, "I hope next time we meet, you will laugh with me instead of at me."

To date, little is known about magnets. The following tests might contribute towards unveiling some of the mysteries of magnetism.

We tested changes in energy stimulated at the Vivaxis and detected in the magnetized needle. This test was very confirming of how very factually a magnetized object or person is in direct wave link to its Vivaxis.

The reactions of participants is generally one of fascination and intrigue. Most people have tested a bar magnet with a needle suspended from a double thread and found how the direction of energy currents pulls in toward one end and out from the other, but few people realize that those currents can be deliberately cut off, turned on, or changed. "How is this possible?" you ask. It is only possible because a magnet, like ourselves, is in direct wave-link to its Vivaxis, and any changes or interference at the Vivaxis alters the circuit and the resulting directional flow of in and out going wave-currents linking the magnet to its Vivaxis.

A method for the average person to detect this is outlined as follows. The first step is to magnetize a steel needle with a battery as is done in school experiments. Wind fine copper wire in a coil around the needle. Next, attach the ends of the wire to a battery. The end attached to the minus or negative pole becomes, as is commonly known, the south pole of the magnet. We usually made the pointed end of the needle the plus pole in order to differentiate. Place the needle with the copper wire on a horizontal surface while magnetizing it. Also, place it facing in a direction other than north and south during the process of magnetizing for purposes involving other subsequent tests. Have the exact point where the needle was magnetized well established, for this place is its Vivaxis.

Now that the needle has been magnetized, a second step can be made to disconnect the circuit from the magnetized needle to its Vivaxis. As a wave-transmitter, test the magnetic needle with a pendulum after it has been removed to another location and laid on a horizontal, level surface.* Test the incoming and outgoing energy flow from respective ends of the magnet. See if you can determine within approximately four seconds when an assistant places a jar of liquid ammonia directly over the Vivaxis. Allowance for the thickness of the glass bottom of the jar has to be compensated for in order that the actual ammonia is over the energies of the Vivaxis.

Ammonia solution tends to interfere with magnetic waves, and for quite a long interval it will cut the circuit from the magnet to its Vivaxis and no incoming and outgoing energy flow can be detected.

It is recommended that you experiment and familiarize yourself with the many factors outlined in the Glossary for testing with a pendulum.

When the wave-transmitter is testing with a suspended pendulum, you will hold the pendulum approximately an inch distant from the end of the magnetized needle. After a short interval, you will note how the pendulum picks up and swings with the incoming and outgoing energy waves from either end of the magnetized needle.

When ammonia is placed over the Vivaxis, this temporarily cuts the current, and the wave-transmitter will note how, after a few seconds, the pendulum comes to a complete stop. As one high school student innocently remarked, "What am I doing wrong? My pendulum has stopped dead!" He was unaware of the ammonia solution having been placed over the Vivaxis which cut the circuit.

"Neat! Keen! Fascinating!" These are the enthusiastic comments most often uttered in response by both university and high school students. This is an energy change they can feel themselves and it is concrete and undeniable evidence.

The circumference of the Vivaxis is determined by the length of the magnetized needle, i.e. with a five-inch needle the diameter throughout the Vivaxis would be five inches. This can be ascertained by testing for energy currents immediately outside the circumference associated with the Vivaxis (see figure 8-A). Note also in figure 8-A that the energy flow is travelling in and out at right angles. In contrast, note figure 8-B with the needle removed from the Vivaxis. The energy flow now comes in and out at the same angle that the needle was lying when originally magnetized. This energy flow is in a direct circuit to the magnetized needle placed some distance away. This was illustrated when we cut the circuit by placing ammonia solution over the magnetic needle.

Energy patterns of magnetized needle and its Vivaxis

Figure 8. Energy patterns of magnetized needle and its Vivaxis.

In figure 8-D a change in the direction of energy flow is noted. It is now coming in from a north and south direction. It has been re-routed by placing a thread over the centre of the magnetic needle which had been placed some distance away from its Vivaxis. This changes the vertical plane of the energies to horizontal planes. The horizontal planes appear to travel in a predominant direction from North to south.

What is meant by the term north- and south-seeking poles of a magnet? This could be a term to be challenged, for in all our tests a permanent magnet is only seeking its own Vivaxis -place it correctly on its Vivaxis and it ceases to seek.

In contrast, when positioned lying on a horizontal surface away from its Vivaxis, moving energy waves can be detected from either end, pulling in and out respectively. Wave vector readings also point to its Vivaxis, illustrating the energy flow is in a circuit to its Vivaxis (figure 8-C).

Do north and South energies predominantly come into its Vivaxis? No!

How re-routing through north and south from a magnet to its Vivaxis, initiated by interference and grounding of the vertical energies is accomplished:

When a string is laid across the centre of a bar magnet, the vertical energies appear to change direction and now travel in a horizontal plane, north and south. If the string is removed, after a few seconds the directional readings change back to the direction of the magnet's Vivaxis.

If a magnetized needle is suspended in a balanced horizontal position and allowed to swing freely, it will usually, in a steady state, point in a north-south direction. Again, the energies have been re-routed into a north and south horizontal plane by the obstruction of the thread placed around the centre point and grounded to the ceiling.

The known fact that the horizontal energies of the earth flow in a predominantly north and south direction cannot be questioned, but has the character of the quanta or energies changed in the magnet? I felt confident they had not, and suspected that only the route to the Vivaxis was changed. In the case of a compass needle, the interference caused by the screw in the centre had changed the direction of energy flow from a vertical plane to a horizontal plane.

It seemed reasonable to suppose that if only the energy flow was being re-routed by way of north and south, we could detect this change at the Vivaxis.

The answer was found by testing directly at the Vivaxis, when the magnetized needle was removed into another room. An experienced wave-transmitter could detect within seconds when a string was laid across the magnetized needle. How? By the change in direction of the incoming energy currents into the Vivaxis. They now came in from a north-south direction! (see figure 8-D).

Some of us have performed elementary physics tests with magnets, determined the field of it with iron filings, and then suspended it freely to prove its forces are drawn to north and south. The foregoing tests show energy waves connected with magnets which are in no way associated with north and south. These waves are magnetized not to north and south energies -only to their Vivaxis. The average person detects this very readily, and the realization that the energies of a magnet do not have a north-south pattern of atomic spins has surprised them. This has been tested by people from many walks of life, and findings confirmed in a manner which in everyone's mind leaves no room for doubt, even though this idea is revolutionary to them.

It is hoped that the knowledge in this chapter will give others the key to the mystery of the connection of magnetism with the universal scheme, for we are embodiments of this force - an integral part of a magnetic universe.