Imagine, Geometry--Tetrahedron as Psychtronic Generator

These pages are to give flight to your imagination. A psychtronic generator is a device to store or augment 'psi' energy. I found these terms in a book read long ago, the Secret Life of Plants. Or was it Psychic Research Behind the Iron Curtain? The contents of these books provided concepts, words, definitions I use continually. A web search located "psychotronic" and "Marcel Vogel". Vogel was in the books, as I recall. So that is a valid link.

The energy in question is the active agent of psyche, which we experience but have a tough time pinning down. Somehow, ingenious as we are, our very nature eludes us scientifically. However, it gets us through life, so I say honor it. Here's a virtual device with tetrahedral capacitance. Running it on your computer should be at least as effective as a prayer wheel. Hopefully, it generates inspiration.


Tetrahedrons are part of our nature and perform naturally. This idea is to provide visual metaphors that expand awareness and let you work with the structures consciously.

Four faces of the tetrahedron are

There are two each of electrical, magnetic, gravitational, and feeling polarities. These are relative words, not the best. Materials chosen to express these polarities are metal, synthetic, crystal, or organic types.

If divided into two tetrahedrons, the faces are like this:

Faces of two tetrahedrons
type curly straight
metal (electrical) brillo copper
crystal (magnetic) optical prism
synthetic (gravitational) scrubber sponge
organic (feeling) flower reed


Graphics show how this might be used to spin your Mer-Ka-Ba light body fields. That a new term for me. I know it as flexing the Overall Tetrahedral Light Muscle. See the first graphic showing the setup. See a static illustration from Wonder in Aliceland. See how these properties inspire the conditions for evolving in the liquid starlight of ^elo^.

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