Spiraling Order Of United Life (SOUL)
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“A paisley print is an energy representation. Energy can’t run in a straight line.”
“There’s no such thing as a straight line. If you have a circle constructed of wire, an impact will only go halfway, then come back.”
“A turban is a spiral reminding us of the flow of energy. Guru Nanak wanted his followers to wear the turban as a reminder.”
“Kundalini is the spiraling force of two nervous systems.”
“Helio means helical, spiral, which is prana. Solar energy is helical.”
“A helix is a screw-thread spiral.”
“Spirit is spiraling power internally releasing invisible thought in terms of time. A spiral is a spring, a straight line that curves upon itself.”
“God is a spiraling, spirit principle. There’s no power in a straight line.”
“Spirituality is the spiralistic or elastic nature of God. Spiral, spirit, and spider come from the same root. The spider is a reflex of God. He spins the web of illusion, the web of Maya, through his belly, which is astral projection and the Tree of Knowledge. Everything he catches, he does not eat. He sucks the juice out, just as we suck the juice out of every experience. Only one thing can dissolve the spider’s web — the spider’s spit which is the pineal gland, the Tree of Life.”
“Soul is the spiraling order of united life.”
Dragon lines are always curved.
DNA is spiralistic, and the Sun’s magnetic field curves away from the Sun in an Archimedes’ spiral, just like the pattern of water sprayed from a rotating lawn sprinkler.
The Earth hurtles spiralistically through space.
Professor Giorgio Piccardi (The Chemical Basis of Medical Climatology, 1962) wrote …
“1) during the month of March, the Earth moves in its equatorial plane; 2) during the month of September the Earth moves, if not along its axis, then in a direction not too far removed from that of the North Pole; 3) the speed of the Earth’s helicoidal displacement varies during the year and passes from a maximum in March (45 Km/sec.) to a minimum in September (24 Km/sec.); 4) the Earth is displaced with the Northern hemisphere leading, except during a small part of the month of March. If space were empty, empty of fields of matter and inactive, a consideration of this type would be of no importance. But today we know instead that both matter and fields exist in space. For this reason, the displacement of a body such as the Earth in one direction or another is not inconsequential. Its general physical conditions must vary in the course of a year.”
Jeane Manning (The Coming Energy Revolution: The Search for Free Energy, 1996) wrote …
“Whirlpools and tornadoes are both types of vortices [three-dimensional spirals]. They create a funnel of energy from top to bottom. To picture what a vortex looks like, picture the sort of spiral coil that you might find in a mattress. When viewed from the top, the spirals in a vortex get wider and wider as you go from the inside to the outside. One can see this shape everywhere in nature, from seashells to fern fronds. Motion along such a spiral can be either outward or inward. In outward motion, matter and energy are dissipated. In inward motion, however, matter and energy are created. Researchers believe that space energy and other forms of new energy follow an inward-spiralling path, and are in constant motion.”
Sarah Rossbach (Feng Shui: The Chinese Art of Placement, 1983) wrote …
“Besides piercing the earth’s flesh, straight roads conduct ch’i too quickly for anyone’s good. Traditional Chinese roads thus wander slowly along the land’s contours, avoiding any disturbance to nature’s balance and tranquility.”