H6.1.2. How the action of the Telekinetic Effect was explained by the CDG...
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H6.1.2. How the action of the Telekinetic Effect was explained by the Concept of Dipolar Gravity

The theoretical explanation for the Telekinetic Effect results from the scientific theory described in this chapter and called the "Concept of Dipolar Gravity". By accepting that the gravity field is a dynamic dipolar field (means gravity is a field similar to a magnetic one), which had two opposite poles, namely an inlet "I" and outlet "O", we must also acknowledge that the material world that is recognizable for our senses, is only a half of the physical universe. In this half only one of two gravity poles prevails. The second pole of gravity must disappear behind an invisible barrier, and appear in another half of the universe that is inaccessible for our physiological senses. In turn by such defining the structure of the universe, the existence of many phenomena, which were impossible for explaining on the basis of the old monopolar gravity, unexpectedly becomes possible and completely natural. One of these phenomena is the formation of Telekinetic Effect.
Let us now proceed with explanation of the Telekinetic Effect. The Concept of Dipolar Gravity postulates, that the universe must be composed of two parallel physical worlds (i.e. our world, and the counter-world), the attributes of which are to each other as attributes of spaces that prevail at opposite poles of magnetic dipoles. These two worlds are separated from each other by inpenetrable barrier, while to each one of them an opposite pole of gravity extends. Because of the nature of gravity, which requires that this field must always link some clusters of substances, all gravity dipoles are behaving as kinds of "marriage bounds", which link with each other into symmetrical pairs, all similar particles of substances that prevail on both ends of a given gravity dipole (i.e. in both worlds). In the result, for every object that exist in one of these two worlds, the gravity field forms an identical duplicate that appears in the second of these two worlds. Thus one of the major discoveries of the Concept of Dipolar Gravity, is the postulate, that all material objects that exist in our set of dimensions (i.e. in our world) must have their counter-material duplicates that exist in the parallel set of dimensions (i.e. in the counter-world). Actually the existence of these counter-material duplicates can already be conclusively proven with our present technology by showing it with the use of Kirlian cameras. The best experiment which proves the existence of counter-material duplicates is the "leaf ghost effect" described by Daniela Giordano in subsection C9 of treatise [7/2]. (In this effect the Kirlian camera shows the shape of a counter-material duplicate of a whole leaf, even if someone cuts this leaf in half and puts on the camera only a half of it.) The mutual relationship between each material object and its counter-material duplicate is an analogy to an image and its mirror reflection, or to computer hardware and software, or to the idea of 'body' and 'soul' postulated by various religions. Similarly like an image and its mirror reflection, both parts of an object are exact copies of their opposite duplicate, and also exactly imitate each other's movements. Moreover, both - the material object and its counter-material duplicate - can also be independently taken hold of and dislocated in space. But because of the gravitational links between them, independently of which part is grabbed and dislocated first, the other part must imitate exactly its motion. For this reason, depending on which part of an object is grabbed first and thus first dislocated in space, the new Concept of Dipolar Gravity distinguishes between two different types of motion, i.e. the "physical motion" and the "telekinetic motion". The physical motion occurs when the material part of an object is moved first, whereas the counter-material duplicate is pulled behind it by forces of the gravitational links. The telekinetic motion occurs when the counter-material duplicate is moved first, whereas the material part of this object is pulled behind the counter-material duplicate by forces of their mutual gravitational links. To illustrate this with an example, the Concept of Dipolar Gravity shows that the telekinetic motion is like forcing an object to move by shifting its reflection in a mirror, so that this re-located reflection causes the object to move also. Of course in order for this example to work in reality, light would need to behave like gravity forces. The other, even more illustrative explanation for the telekinetic motion would be to liken it to "shifting material objects by dislocating their counter-material 'souls'".
The above explanation for telekinetic motion also provides the other definition of the Telekinetic Effect (i.e. the definition which is clarifying that stating that the Telekinetic Effect is a reversal of friction), and reveals the mechanism which causes it. Thus, the definition of this effect is as follows. "The Telekinetic Effect is a phenomenon of the indirect manipulation of a physical object obtained via the interaction with the counter-material duplicate of this object." This definition explains that the Telekinetic Effect is, amongst others, the source of telekinetic motion in a manner similar as the physical force is a source of physical motion. But there is a whole range of differences between the physical force and the Telekinetic Effect (this is why, in the explanations which follow, I avoid using the term "force" for naming the motion-creating product of the Telekinetic Effect, and rather name it with the term "telekinetic thrust"). The most important of these differences is that the Telekinetic Effect does NOT exert (return) a reaction force to its cause. (For a physical force, every action force must produce an equivalent reaction force to be returned to (exerted upon) the object causing this action). Practically this means that the increase in work completed by the Telekinetic Effect does not involve any change in the amount of energy required for the release of this effect. Moreover, the support of such telekinetic devices does not require any force, no matter what weight they lift. This suggests that a device that releases this effect can also be suspended in space, and that the lack of reaction forces allows it to remain unaffected independently of the scale of action that it causes. Also, for example, a portable telekinetic crane lifting any object (e.g. a building, or a huge rock) can be held in a child's hand without any effort. Furthermore, this implies that the Telekinetic Effect allows action which are physically impossible for forces, such as someone lifting himself up into the air (as we know, in physical motions this is completely impossible, thus originates the anecdotic saying about "someone lifting himself by pulling upwards his own hair"). An example of telekinetic self-lifting is "levitation" means self- induced ascend. The other major difference between the Telekinetic Effect and a physical force, is that the Principle of Energy Conservation is satisfied for the Telekinetic Effect due to a spontaneous extraction of thermal energy from the environment by a telekinetically moved object itself. Therefore the completion of a telekinetic work does not require any external energy supply. This in turn leads to a number of phenomena explained later, such as the cooling down the environment of objects shifted telekinetically, emission of a subtle "extraction glow", etc.
One of the most important achievements of the Concept of Dipolar Gravity is that, while indicating the existence of the Telekinetic Effect, it also postulates two different methods of triggering (releasing) it. These are: (1) the biological method, and (2) the technical method. In the biological method the Telekinetic Effect is produced through the employment of a natural capability of the brain, or more precisely - the part of the brain called a "pineal gland". There are numerous versions of this effect produced biologically by the human brain (e.g. telekinetic healing, bending spoons), many of which are discussed in subsection I7 of this series of monographs. One of the most spectacular examples of such biologically released human telekinesis is called "psychokinesis" (PK). Other popularly known examples include levitation, and a version of radiesthesia which depends on the telekinetic bending of divining rods - see subsection H1.3 and Figure H1. A form which depends on a psychokinetic release of a huge quantities of heat at the moment of experiencing a shock, is the so-called "spontaneous human combustion" explained in subsection I7. Theoretically speaking, it is almost sure that also some animals are capable of the formation of telekinesis to enhance their vital biological functions (e.g. chicken to complement their deficiency of calcium - as described in subsection C2 of monograph [2e], and in subsection F2.2.2 of this series of monographs).
In the technical method, the Telekinetic Effect is produced through the acceleration or deceleration of magnetic field force lines, and its action includes all objects contained in the area so activated. Thus, whenever any material object is placed within a space in which a magnetic field prevails, and then force lines of this field are subjected to a vector of acceleration, the object tries to move in the same direction as the direction of the vector which represents the acceleration of magnetic field force lines. This tendency (telekinetic thrust) of an object to move in the same direction in which magnetic field force lines are accelerated, constitutes the technical version of the Telekinetic Effect.
At this point it is worth stressing that the generally accepted old concept of monopolar gravity was unable to provide any explanation for the nature of telekinetic motion, in spite of the enormous body of evidence that documents the existence of this phenomenon. This probably is the main reason why a large number of contemporary scientists refuse to acknowledge the existence of telekinesis, and discourage any attempts to investigate it. Moreover, this old concept does not allow for any reasoning concerning the attributes of this motion or the technological ways of releasing it.
As this is obvious from the previous analyses, for the Telekinetic Effect loose their validity all the rules and laws that our science to-date developed for physical motion and described in textbooks of physics, mechanics, theory of relativity, etc. Thus there is a necessity to develop from the scratch the completely new, "totaliztic" disciplines of science, such as "physics of the counter-world", "mechanics of the counter-world", etc. In turn the development of these new disciplines will introduces the need for improvement of laws and equations in almost all other disciplines of present knowledge - see subsection H1.3. This is an enormously laborious task and probably its completion provides the occupation for several generations of future scientists.

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