Chapter V - The Life Force


In the ancient Naacal writings, one of the forces most prominently spoken of is called by them the life force - probably because it is instrumental in the creation and the carrying on of life.

 

The same great theme is also a prominent part of the writings on the Mexican stone tablets recently found by William Niven from 4 to 6 miles northwest of Mexico City.

 

The two sets of writings are so near alike in details that no question remains but that the origin of the both are the same. The workings of the life force formed a very favorite theme among these ancients.

 

The numeral 9 was assigned as the symbol of this force. The esoteric meaning was:

"to revolve in circles and orbits."

 

They trace the life force down to its final divisions, workings and final disposition. There are two vignettes in the writings, a picture of the next division to the last, which is a


four-pointed star and corresponds with the electron of today. An-other picture is the force in action. The four-pointed star has broken up into four globules or spheres. These attach themselves to the atoms and revolve them.

 

As soon as they have completed their circle, they are exhausted and pass on, eventually being discharged through the pores of the skin.

 


THE LIFE OR VITAL FORCE

This is a vignette from the Naacal writings, a four-pointed star called Cahun. This word is composed of two vocals of the mother tongue: Ca means four and hun means one, therefore "four in one."


The probability is that the ancient interpretation of Cahun would be "dividable into four" or "divides into four."


The four-pointed star corresponds with the electron of today. It is the division of the life force next to the last one. This division is explained in the text. I have shown it by dotted lines through the center of the star.


After being broken up the divisions work into their ultimate shape as shown in C1,2,3,4. They are little revolving worlds in themselves.


In some drawings of the Naacals I find that these last divisions, these tiny revolving worlds, are not always drawn as perfect spheres, sometimes they are drawn as ovals. Whether this was intentional or not I cannot say. I found nothing about it in the writings.


These little revolving worlds are called Ziis. Neither the Zii or the Cahun can be seen by the human eye because they are forces, and being forces they are not apparent to vision. Their presence, however, is shown by the halo which they make in the atmosphere with their rays, like the film of an electric
light. The film itself is not seen; it is hidden within the halo it is casting. The eye sees the incandescence of the atmosphere only.


This figure is another Naacal vignette explaining the working of the Zii.

 

D. is the atom, or particle less than an atom.
C. are Ziis moving around the atom following one another as indicated by the arrows between each Zii.

In the text it is explained that the magnetic force of the Zii attaches it to the atom, causing the atom to revolve as shown by arrow D.

 

After completing their circles carrying the atom around too, they pass on, but whether to another atom or out as an exhausted force I cannot say. When the strength of the magnetic force in the Zii becomes exhausted, or becomes so low as to be inoperative, the whole Zii is carried of! from the body through the pores of the skin.

 

The whole Zii passes out, including the heat force which is associated with the magnetic in the Zii. Water is the great affinitive of the force, and in the form of perspiration becomes the transporting agent through the pores of the skin. The life force is carried throughout the body by the blood.


This figure is one of Niven's Mexican stone tablets, and is over 12,000 years old.

 

 

The glyph on this tablet reads Cahun. The same name as the Naacal. This glyph, however, has more than plain Cahun on it.

 

It also says,

"under the guidance of the Creator's commands."

The symbol of the Creator is of the Naga pattern.


In their spherical form, the last division, they are called Ziis. From the atmosphere they are drawn back with other exhausted forces to the central magnet; then they are regenerated and placed in the storehouse awaiting another call from nature.


The life force is a compound force, that is, it is composed of a number of distinct forces, starting as one combined force. It, however, separates and each one takes up its assigned duty. It is a sub-division of the electro-magnetic division. The Zii is one of these divisions in its final stage.


I have succeeded in partially dividing the life force, and have found that in it are:

  1. the heat force

  2. an elementary magnetic force, that is, elements drawing their kind to each other

  3. another magnetic combining force, that is, when elements are brought together this force combines them into one

  4. a magnetic force out of which the Ziis emanate. Beyond this there are other forces which I have been unable to isolate

One thing is certain, and can always be depended on.

 

That is:

the proportions of the various forces which go to make up the life force never vary, so that the volume of the life force may be computed by the reigning temperature, as the force heat constitutes one of the forces in the compound life force.

 

WHAT IS LIFE?

Although perfectly understood by the scientists of the earth's first great civilization, life has always been one of the great mysteries of modern scientists.

 

Since the time of the Brahmin usurpation of the Naacal temples about 2000 B.C., and later since the time of Darwin, who propounded the impossible theory of biological evolution, as an hypothesis, which he did not believe in himself, scientists have apparently devoted their time and energy to trying to discover the origin of species, and many a gaudy adornment has been pinned on to Darwin's hypothesis.

 

Rather than exerting themselves in the direction of ascertaining the origin of species, why do they not try to find out the origin of life and what life is. These questions answered give also the origin of species.


Our scientists have been trying to build a castle in the air, a structure on a quicksand, a something without a foundation.


To discover the origin of anything it seems to me that we ought to go to the fountain head for it. Therefore, to satisfactorily determine the origin of species we must first know the origin of life itself. This is a foundation on which a structure can be built, and a structure that will stand.


Unfortunately, the bulk of scientists, since the time of Atlas, have been like a flock of sheep; the bell wether jumps the fence, then the whole flock follow him without rhyme or reason. All that the flock apparently aim at is to be thought orthodox.


Apparently, to them it docs not matter how impossible, how silly, or how childish a theme may be, it is followed by the thousand simply to appear orthodox.

 

What is the reason for this?

 


LIFE

As I see it, life is an elementary chemical compound brought together in certain percentages and proportions, one to the other, by an earthly force called by the ancients the life force.1

 

 

1. The whole life force is not involved in this step - only some of the forces in life's compound force, and this even may be disassociated from the others: that is, they may be independent.

 


When all percentages and proportions, one to the other, of the elementary compound are correct, then a given volume of the life force balances the elements of the compound in such a manner that all parts, molecules, atoms and particles less than atoms, are started into movement, independently, and as a whole, like the wheels of a clock.


The movements at first are of a vibratory character, like the swinging of the pendulum of a clock, and when sufficient energy is attained it swings into a circular movement. This work is performed by the Ziis of the ancients. Ziis surround the atom, or particle less than the atom, circling around it and following one another. Their magnetic attraction to the element carries the clement around on its axis.


Thus life consists of circular movements of elements. The power responsible for these movements is the life force. In using the word circular it is intended also to include orbits which may not be true circles.


After the circular movements are once started they are continued by the life force passing through the body like a weak electric current. The constant passage of the exact volume of the life force through the body keeps each and all parts and particles in regular and continuous movement.


To animate an elementary compound and to break it into life, requires a given volume of the life force to form the necessary balance. There is a short range in this volume, measured as temperature, - not more than 5 or 6 F. The range generally does not exceed 4 F. Hereafter I will give some examples.


When the volume of the force gets cither above or below the range, the force becomes incapable of functioning. Then the life is blotted out. As an everyday example of the foregoing I will describe the hatching out of a hen's egg, which contains a life germ to be balanced by a given volume of the life force, to set its parts and particles into movement to form life.


The egg of the ordinary barnyard fowl will hatch out at a temperature of from 100 F. to 105 F. The ideal temperature, however, is 102 F. This gives a perfect balance with the elements.


If, during the hatching period, the temperature of the egg is allowed to fall much below 100 F, the balance is upset, and movements stop. There is an insufficient volume of the force to balance the elements and keep them in movement. The force is overbalanced by the elements and the egg addles.
If the temperature is carried beyond 105 F the elements are overbalanced, and movement ceases. The germ is killed.


Another instructive example is the hatching out of a nest of butterfly eggs. We will suppose that the perfect balance is 70 F and the range is 5 F. I will now divide the nest into three pans, hatching out a part at 68 F, a part at 70 F, and the balance at 72 F.


Those hatched out at 72 F will be small and immature, those at 68 F full sized but dull in coloring, while those hatched out at 70 F, the perfect balance, will be full size, strong and vigorous, with brilliant colorings. The great difference in those hatched out at 62 F and 72 F is so marked, that one uninitiated in insect life would believe that they were different species.

 

This shows that at both ends of the range the life is not perfect.

 

I shall show the cause of this hereafter in a section entitled specializations.

 


GROWTH

Provisions have been made by nature for replenishing worn out parts, and for adding new material to the elementary compounds forming the body, to increase size and to accomplish what is termed growth.

 

In producing growth, two forces are especially active, the elementary magnetic and the combining forces. Food is supplied to these two forces to accomplish the work. The elementary magnetic force attracts, draws and measures out, from what has been taken in as food, the required material; and what is thus taken out must always be of the same elements as that which compose the compounds of the body, and that which is taken out is - always - in the exact proportions and ratio as the various compounds which go to form the body.

 

No new clement can be taken in without upsetting the vital balance. The combining force then carries this measured and selected material into chemical or intimate union with the various compounds forming the body, so that the original compounds are not chemically altered. They neither become more complex or more simple, so do not disturb the vital balance; if they did, the life would cease.

 

I must emphasize the foregoing by repeating that all new material must always be in exact proportion or in the exact ratio that constitute the elementary compounds forming the body. This is so because an alteration in the original ratio upsets the balance with the life force, which would stop life's machine.

 

This will be more fully explained in a section entitled: "Life's Machine."


When life comes either from the womb or ovum it is endowed with a given amount of instinct. This docs not come from the elements forming the body, nor from the earthly forces animating it. It is one of the provisions made by the Creator, as a necessity for the continuance of the life. Man may, and can, with the aid of elements and forces, create life, but it remains with the Supreme Power to endow it with instinct and reason.


The foregoing is my foundation of life.

 


ORGANIC MATTER

It is without doubt appreciated by all scientists, and among most laymen that have given the subject a thought, that in the beginning there was no organic matter out of which life could be formed. For cons of time there was no life on this earth, because all was in a state called inorganic.

 

It must also be appreciated that it was nature alone that changed matter from its inorganic state into organic.

 

How was this done? Nature used her tools - her forces. What is organic matter? Organic matter is composed of elements out of which the seeds of life, cosmic eggs, may be formed.


In the beginning, as the earth's crust cooled from fusion, it was a single solid rock, too solid, and of too compact a character, from which to form the seeds of life.
The volcanic gases which had been placed in the granite rock and retained in the earth's center, broke asunder the outer surfaces of the granite rock, and lifted them up, and crashed them down, over and over again.

 

Through these liftings and crashing downs, the rocks were broken up and pulverized; oxidation, the work of an earthly force, followed, and was continuous on the surface rocks.

 

These oxidations brought the elements down to a point, fine enough, where another earthly force was enabled to combine certain proportions of elementary matter into an intimate or chemical compound, when these elementary compounds were brought together, chemically joined, and in such proportions and percentages one to the other, also being capable of being balanced by a volume of the life force. Inorganic matter becomes not only organic matter, but also a seed of life, a cosmic egg.


In this manner nature formed her first life germs, seeds of life, out of which sprang life itself.


The life germ of today was the cosmic egg of the ancients of the earth's first great civilization.

 


LIFE GERMS

As previously stated, the earth's primary force permeates all earthly matter, also the atmosphere surrounding the earth. The life force is one of the sub-divisions of the primary force.


A life germ is an elementary compound and becomes a life germ in fact when the aggregation of the life force, held by the parts, molecules, atoms and particles less than atoms, balances the whole compound in such a manner that each and every particle, however infinitesimally small, breaks into movement.


I have used the word "aggregation" for the following reason: every part down to each particle of the elementary compound received its own individual volume of the force. The volume is dependent on the chemistry of the compound and various chemical compounds go to make up a living body. Some elements and some elementary compounds are more affinitive to the force than others.

 

These affinitive elements and compounds carry a relatively greater volume of the force than the less affinitive ones.

 


LIFE AS A MACHINE

Life is a machine, having many wheels fitting and meshing one into the other. Every atom and every particle of an atom of a living body represents a wheel in movement.


The volume of the life force which the atom or particle carries represents the size of the wheel. The life force is the power which drives the machine and keeps the wheels turning. The life force is taken from the air which we breathe. The air is permeated with it.


It is thus seen that, if in the compound one particular element is proportionately short or proportionately excessive, some wheels may become cither too large or too small to mesh in with the next. Consequently in cither condition the machine is out of order, and beyond a given point in shortage or excess the machine will stop.

 

Hence my previous saying:

"Certain parts and percentages one to the other."

The bodies of all forms of life are composed of many different chemical elementary compounds, but all so arranged by nature's chemistry that each one is balanced by the volume of the life force present.


In parts of the body where powerful and rapid action is going on, it will be found that the chemical composition of these parts is very simple. The more simple the compound the more affinitive it is to the force; and, as the compound becomes more complex, so its affinity for the force proportionately drops. Thus nature provides for supplying heavily working parts with extra power.


As an example, certain glandular secretions are exceedingly affinitive to the force. These secretions are carried to their field of work by the blood to excite the cells into greater activity.


Scientists assert that certain glandular secretions are the actual agents which excite the cells. They are not the actual agents, they are only the carriers of the agent.

 

The actual agent is the life force which in these compounds is carried in greater volume than in the less affinitive compounds.

 


THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES

The origin of species and their forms may be taken collectively, as they originate at the same time, through a change in elementary compounds.


It is a phenomena that the more simple an elementary compound is, the greater will be the volume of the life force necessary to balance it. As the elementary compound becomes more complex, so the volume of the life force must be proportionately lowered to balance it.


If the life germ is too complex for the volume of the force present, the elements are overbalanced and cannot break into life.


The shape and character of a life is governed by the component parts of the elementary compound forming the germ from which the life sprang, combined with the proportions of the elements one to the other.


A simple elementary compound is the mother of a simple form of life, and a complex form of life comes out of a complex compound. The life partakes of the character of its elementary compounds.

 


THE HOUSE OF LIFE

Life has been built up gradually, step by step, like the building of a house, brick by brick.

 

The foundation stones of the house of life were tiny, microscopical marine grasses and lichens. The ancient writings of man constantly reminds the reader that "the waters were the mother' of life"; that is, animal life first appeared in the waters.


For a time this minute marine vegetation composed the only forms of life on earth. When conditions became sufficiently advanced, which occurred when the volume of force present was sufficiently lower, by the earth's cooling, these first forms of life died down and decomposed, and out of their decaying bodies new life germs were formed.

 

The new germs were not composed entirely out of the material of the decomposing bodies, only the major part; for, certain parts and percentages of other elements from surrounding substances were drawn into the forming germ which made a new and more complex germ.


In some cases entirely new elements were drawn in. In others only a rearrangement of the old elements was made, but in all cases the new germ was chemically more complex than the old life from which it emerged.


The new germ could not break into life until the volume of the force was lowered by the earth's cooling to a point where the force could balance the more complex germ, and break it into life.


The reason for the elementary changes in the compound of the new life germ was not in the elements themselves. It is well known to chemists that certain elements will only go into intimate or chemical union with other elements at certain temperatures, which means that they will only go into union by a given volume of the elementary combining magnetic force.


As time went on, the cooling of the earth gradually lowered the volume of the force present, which brought new and more complex germs, out of which sprang new and more complex lives.

 

These new germs formed new lives and the new lives were new creations.

The life force has been gradually and regularly lowered in volume, both in the atmosphere and the earth during and throughout the cooling of the earth's crust. The lowering of the volume of the force has been in ratio with the earth's cooling, and became finally settled when the earth went into final magnetic balance, which occurred at the end of the tertiary era.


The lowered volume of the life force which balanced the new life germ became too low in volume to balance the compounds of the life which the new germ came out of. So the old life died out.


The old life did not evolve into the new life; the new life was a new creation to take the place of the old life. I have previously mentioned that the life force has a range, a very short one; that in this range there is a point where the balance between the elements and force is perfect, generally about the middle of the range.
 

If a balance exists which is above the perfect, the machine has too much power on; the movements of parts are too rapid for perfect development, resulting in dwarfed, spindly immature forms.


If a balance exists which is below the perfect, the machine-has not sufficient power to work it perfectly; consequently the movements of the parts are too slow for perfect development, resulting in the irregular forms called by scientists specializations.


If the additions or changes, or both, be identically the same in two germs, coming out of the same body, the two new lives will be identically the same.

 

If, however, the changes or additions, or both, vary in the two new germs, let us say from vegetation, it is within the range of possibilities that one of the germs might result in bringing forth a member of the vegetable kingdom, while the other might give life to a member of the animal kingdom - a protozoan of the lowest order, a mere cell.


The production of animal life, coming out of germs from vegetation, depends entirely on alterations in the relative percentages of the old compounds and new additional elements; for without these additions of new elements, the life would continue on in the vegetable kingdom.


As the shape and character of a life is governed by the compositions and arrangements of its elementary compounds, and as all creations come out of previous ones, and the major part of the germ comes from an old life, the new life must necessarily very strongly resemble and partake of the character of the one that went before it, and, to a certain extent, be representative of it.


This close relationship has been shown by the lives which have followed one another from the beginning of life upon the earth.


From the time of the early creations of life down to present time, both animals and plants as they succeeded one another have been so nearly alike in appearance, anatomy and character, that it becomes less than a wonder that the theory of evolution sprang out of it. Especially when our scientists know nothing about the life force, which was the factor in bringing about these changes.


There has, however, always been one great difference in each succeeding form of life. That difference has been that each succeeding form of life has been more complex than the preceding one.


That the new life did not come into existence contemporary with the old life is due to the fact that the elementary chemical compounds forming the new life were more complex than the old life and therefore required a lower volume of the life force to balance it; and this lower volume of force was below that required to balance the old life.


As the cooling of the earth from the beginning down to the end of the tertiary era was slow, gradual, and even, without a backward movement, and as the life force can be measured by temperature, it is thus seen that from the beginning the life force (like the surface temperature of the earth) has been lowering in ratio with the temperature.

 

This clearly shows us that:

It was imperative that each succeeding life should be more complex than its predecessor; for, had not each succeeding life been more complex than its predecessor, the lowered force would not have balanced it, and no new life would have resulted.

Thus, first life would have come into existence, then died out with the change in the volume of the life force, leaving the earth lifeless once more.

 

Apparent evolution of both animal and plant life are therefore only natural, for the reasons which I have pointed out, and the same reasons show that evolution is apparent only and not real.

 

A NEW FORM OF LIFE is a new building, in which many parts of an old building have been used.

 

The old building has been torn down, it exists no longer; but the old doors, gables and windows have been used in the new structure, which gives it somewhat the appearance of the old. A life starts small and primitive in form, because it comes into existence at the top of the vital range where the force slightly overbalances the elements.

 

When the force has sufficiently lowered to effect a perfect balance, then food, environment and conditions carry the life to its zenith.

 


THE CREATION OF A NEW LIFE

To create a new form of life more complex than existing forms, it is imperative that the life germ from which the new life is formed shall come out of the dead remains of a previous life.

 

Otherwise, the germ would be less complex, and incapable of being balanced by a lower volume of the force, and, being less complex, it would be a retrograde step in creation.


Quoting the biblical symbolical explanation, which I have found to have originated in the Motherland of Man more than 50,000 years ago: to create a woman it was necessary that the rib of man be taken from him during his sleep (the ancient name of death). The ancients had no word corresponding with our word death.

 

What we call death they called sleep.

 

With them it was simply the sleeping of the soul until called upon to enter another house of clay to complete its allotted task:

"attain perfection of the soul over the flesh."

This is a virtual translation from one of the old Naacal writings.


This foregoing is confirmed by Niven's Mexican stone tablet No. 1584, Creation of Woman.

 


This tablet shows the working of the forces in the creation of the first pair, man and woman. The description of what life is, is vividly given in the Naacal writings.

 

A full translation of it will appear in my work entitled "Life."

 


EVOLUTION IMPOSSIBLE

Evolution as applied to the origin of species is simply and utterly impossible, for it is utterly impossible to make a living animal chemically more complex, for the following reason:

A chemical change in the elementary compounds of a living body upsets the vital balance.

When the vital balance is upset, the machine is compelled to stop working, because one or more of the wheels in life's machine has been made either too large or too small to mesh in with the next wheel, or surrounding ones.

 

In other words, in popular language: poison has been administered.


Death by poisoning is simply the result of adding to and changing some of the elementary compounds of the body, throwing it out of vital balance. Biological evolution, as being taught today, asserts that chemical changes take place in living animals, making them more complex.

 

I have shown that this is absolutely impossible, because:

A chemical change means poison, Poison means death, and Death means the elimination of the life. The life has disappeared forever.

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