Eidetic Geocentrism

The perceptual distorting effects exist in defined base levels in static masses which are rapidly approached. Organic matter disperses perceptive focus from center-field more rap­idly than mineral and metallic matter when approached at rapid velocities. Organic matter widens perceptual focus, while mineral and metallic matter concentrates perceptual focus when rapidly approached. Mineral and metal­lic matter powerfully concentrate the perceptual focus, exceeding the dispersive power of or­ganic matter.

The generalized focussing of perception occurs whenever natural forest clusters are rapidly approached in automobile travel. This concentration of perceptual focus into the min­eral-metallic content produces the curvature effect. Forest clusters appear rounded at their edges when rapidly approached. Metropolitan areas appear excessively dense and curved.

Discontinuities of the perceptual focus line vary with materials and material configura­tions. Auric experience varies among materials, places, and configurations, and constitutes one study branch of Qualitative Science.

Perceptual focal lines permeate physiology in continual extensions and effect ocular mo­tions. Sensitive percipients notice persistent movements of their perceptual focus line across specific grounds. These movements engage the perceptual focus and drag the eyes along mean­dering linear paths. The ocular drag differs among grounds, materials, and configurations. Ocular drag is slow or rapid, dense or disper­sive depending upon distal auric conductivity. The aura perceives things at a distance and subjectively discerns the perceptual topogra­phy. Static perception of static objects remains rich and undistorted at close range. Perception alters with increasing distance across inertialized space. Distal impressions remain fixed in consortium because inertial space rigidifies the distortions of all auric striations. These base level distortions increase with in­creasing distance. Sphericular distortion in the static state varies with percipient ground posi­tion, placement, distal site perceived, and intervening grounds. Percipient experiences on elevated platforms reveal sphericular horizons which are entirely dependent on the ground articulation of the site. Different sites measure different sphericular distortions.

The general experience of negative sphericular distortion (curvature) at first seems to evidence a reluctance of Nature to enjoin with the percipient, as if all of Nature were withdrawing from the approaching percipient. Do the distal realities warp and distort on behalf of the moving percipient, or is the mov­ing percipient becoming altered in some strange manner?

The auric process is consciousness, percep­tion, and sensual apprehension. It is through the aura that we experience communion with perceived things in the fundamental auric mode. Inertialized space and inertialized materials alter the aura. Perception is thus constantly distorted and influenced, a topography of auric concentrations and dispersions. Perception at static local range is very weakly distorted be­cause of inertialized matter. This weak distortion acts as a distortive background of perception, but permits potentially strong perceptual link­ages.

Background perceptual distortions become greater with greater static distances. Glass lenses focus auric striations intensely and density their pattern (Abrams). Distorted auric articu­lations become distorted perceptions. Telescopic examination of distal locales inten­sifies the ocular auric striations with resulting highly magnified curvatures resulting. All tele­scopic examinations produce sphericular distorted perception, which exceed the merely optical lens aberrations.

It is obvious that the percipient is altering, and not the whole of space and Nature. Close examination shows that the phenomenon is produced by the distal extension of aura in resistive inertial space. Reality does not warp or distort, the aura is distorted by inertial space. Therefore we do not truly know the face of reality of which academicians profess precise knowledge, since our very agency of percep­tion is forcibly altered when examining distal realities.


Vril permeates all of Nature and is the genera­tive interconnection of Nature. The potential exists for unlimited experience of distal Na­tures. However, terrestrial experience teaches us that unlimited auric extension and perme­ation of Nature is limited and quenched. Our experience teaches us that certain desires and perceptions are restricted by an unseen resis­tive process in space. When children learn of this principle they experience disappointment and fear at a deep level.

Space has perception-warping properties which have never been discussed or studied in adequate detail. The perception-warping prop­erties of space are rarely guessed because perceptual distortion masks all attempts at recognizing its reality. Also devising clever experiments which can detect the space dis­torting influence is quantitatively difficult, if not impossible. The sphericity of planets, stars, sun, and moon is quite deceptive. The aura warps when traversing inertial space, and with it warps our perception.

Space resistance is termed space inertia. Inertial space is an invasive occlusion in Vril Space. Inertial space resists our feeble at­tempts at permeating the perceptive space which is ours. We could intimately experience distant locales were it not for inertial space.

Inertia exceeds the Newtonian definition. Inertia is an effect which is caused by an invasive space, an auric resistant space. Iner­tial space is a mind-altering resistance. Inertial space permeates physiology, emotion, and mind. Inertial space resists the progress and persistence of thoughts, of feelings, of physical life.

Inertial space resists, distorts, limits, quenches, and chokes all explicate auric ex­pression. Inertial space limits our complete perception of Nature. Inertial space binds our experience of distal locales. Inertial space is the antithesis of life, of the aura, and is an invasive alien in the fundamental Auric World. Inertial space distorts and occludes auric per­ception. This distorted auric state becomes generalized into a false world-view. Percep­tion-resisting inertial space is insidious but not omnipresent.

Inertial space can be dissolved by appropri­ate radionic means. Distal auric experience may be greatly magnified and extended by radionic apparatus. Quantitative science nei­ther admits the aura, nor utilizes the radionic tools for restructuring and extending proper perception.

We have now established certain correlations among well-known historical phe­nomena. Taken together with a few more decisive axioms, we will further the plausibil­ity of a new world-view, and the marvellous technological potentials which it affords.