Eidetic Geocentrism

Casual natural observations reveal the ground-projected black radiance in specific locales. Black radiance notably appears near grounded iron artifices. Certain iron poles dem­onstrate their black thread projectivity at certain hours. These are observed against the sky at dawn and dusk. The black thready ray is dis­tinctly different from the orgone, and precedes orgone. Orgone appears when the black ray appears. The black ray is more fundamental than orgone.

Black rays are radiant and vitalizing. Ground-emergent black rays generate and sus­tain auric anatomy. Black thready rays produce clarity and sharp vision among certain rock formations. Numerous ground-emergent black rays produce a local black radiance which is unmistakable. Black radiance noticeably di­minishes the haze of solar light. This effect is very strongly experienced near evergreen trees in full sunlight.

Ground-emergent black rays pierce and dis­solve inertial space, maintaining constant inertial space dissolution. Inertial space densi­ties in particular ground points and distorts local perception. Sight-lines along the black rays gives remarkable space experience. Radionic apparatus greatly magnify this spaceward experience and extend auric striations deep into space than inertial space normally permits. Auric extension along black raylines is distinc­tive.

The aura is the radiant index for any earth motions. Movement of the earth through space should reveal itself as trailings in the auric diastole process, but does not. Space-projected light does not manifest drifts irregardless of its distance (Michelson). Light beams directed to the moon did not drift as did massive projec­tiles. Space projected masses − on the other hand − drift considerably (Foucault, Coriolis). A perceptual contradiction exists here, the con­clusion of which is a startling revelation of ancient truths.


Auric anatomy gives sensual experience and consciousness. Neither the implicate nor the explicate structure of the aura is well exam­ined. The anatomical detail of internal and external auric structures must be clearly de­fined. Auric portions which have been studied are limited to the boundary radiance between physiology and space: at the skin layer. Exten­sive examination of this boundary layer was conducted during the early 20th Century (Kilner). Radionically entuned photographs made the first approach toward true knowledge of the internal auric anatomy (Ruth Drown, DeLaWarr).

auraAncient naturalists observed auric interac­tions during perception very extensively. Radiant, thready emanations from both per­cipients and perceived were observed to mesh, intertwine, and blend (Platon). The radiant, thready emanations of percipient and perceived were termed “eidola”. This portion of our expe­rience completely interfuses and enriches experience in the Qualities. The oculo-pro jected eidola are called (in modem terminology) “visual rays” (Beasse).

Auric perception is true and complete com­munion with the thing perceived. Auric experience is principally a visual process which occurs along striated auric lines of the outer­most auric layer. This auric perceptive mode is termed “eidetic vision”, but defines an entire synaesthesic experience. Auric perception is connective perception. Changes in the per­ceived thing effect changes in the percipient.

Auric striations are space continuities. Per­ception warps when these striations are resisted, occluded, distorted, influenced, strained, or severed. Very specific distortions in the auric body effect survivalistic warning reflexes. Irresponsive behavior is deleterious to organis­mic integrity. Auric anatomy is consciousness and sensual experience. Auric sensations are primary and survivalistic.

Researchers have observed the auric condi­tion at rest (Reichenbach, Kilner, Blondlot). The aura maintains its articulate poise and organization when organisms are at rest. The auric process absorbs articulation from the ground during the systole and discharges out­ward in the diastole.

Portions of the auric anatomy waver and pulsate at times, but do not lag toward specific compass directions continually. The aura is complexly composed organization, having de­fined structure and interpermeating parts (Kilner, Hunt). One observes specific anatomical interpermeations which evidence specific auric layers (Kilner).

Radiant auric structures maintain their ground and spaceward orientations. Radiant auric structures are complexly striated. Undu­lating activity appears among the auric striations in the form of densifications, expansions, con­tractions, color changes, and rarefactions (Kilner). Undulating activities mark specific organismic interactions with the environment (Kilner).

Each auric part is highly responsive to envi­ronmental influence (Reichenbach, Kilner, Drown). The aura is more highly responsive to environmental influences than any common (inertial) material. The aura evidences tenacity and continuity, yet reveals no inertia (Kilner). Auric emanations exhibit articulate patterns which emerge ex nihilo. Such patterns can never, therefore, participate in the pre-deter- mined motional states of referential frames into which they emerge. Such articulations are delicate and processional in nature. Manifest­ing spontaneously as they do, striated auric patterns do not partake of supposed earth- referential momenta.

While it may be argued that ectoplasmic manifestation may partake of earth-frame referential momentum, the same argument does not hold for spontaneously emerging patterns. On a constantly moving earth, these patterns should evidence immediate skewing, distor­tion, and collapse, resolving into jet-like streams of ectoplasm. This is never observed.

Auric radiance responds to the presence of materials. Auric radiance can be “drawn” into metals and grounded objects. Auric “arcs” and “discharges” are easily observed. Each metal produces specific effects on materials and or­ganisms (Galvani). Each grounded material directly influences auric anatomy in diverse manners. Auric discharges are processional, periodically advancing and holding their form. Fluttering, drifting, or trailing is never ob­served among processional auric discharges to ground or across spaces, as would be expected on a moving earth.


Dicyanin dyes, Crookes Glass, and other deep violet chemical-glasses permit direct viewing of both the ground-projected auric structures which suffuse all things, and the more highly organized anatomies which radiate from them. Certain academicians have erroneously equated such vision with ultraviolet sensitivity. Certain auric portions may be visualized directly in complete darkness or near special multi-lay­ered iron capacitors (Reichenbach, Reich).

All grounded things emanate perceptible auric anatomies. The radiated auric forms be­gin in the ground as thready patterns. These primary supplies are transformed within living organisms with astounding detail and articula­tion. The auric anatomies of organisms are more highly detailed and reactive than those of so-called inanimate objects. The observed au­ric effusions were emissions neither in the infrared, nor ultraviolet spectra, as some recent writers have suggested. Auric structures are distinctly different.