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After having discovered that a möbius, or the Life Field Transformer, fits nicely inside a torus, and both can be seen as standing waves, a resonance might occur between the two forms.
In physics, resonance is the tendency of a system to oscillate at a greater amplitude at some frequencies than at others. Frequencies at which the response amplitude is a relative maximum are known as the system’s resonant frequencies, or resonance frequencies. At these frequencies, even small periodic driving forces can produce large amplitude oscillations, because the system stores vibrational energy.
As you may know instruments can be set into vibration from other instruments that vibrate at the same frequency. These instruments can be put together and they will find the same frequency and pitch because they naturally vibrate at the same frequency. This is and easily demonstrated in a classroom with tuning forks. If you find two forks that are the same note, if start one and hold it very close to the other, the second tuning fork will pick up the same vibration. This creates resonance as shown in the picture.
As we have seen, the torus has two movements: the small ring goes around along the ‘tube’, while the large ring goes around the entire length of the tube from the top to the outside to the bottom to the inside.
Each of these waves, or other waveforms inside the torus may form a standing wave.
Both the möbius with a single 180° twist, and the Life Field Transformer, or LFT, with its two 180° twists, can be seen as particular standing waves, and they fit nicely inside a torus ring.
In this sense, the LFT, when held on the person, and thus inside the person’s aura, has a resonance with the aura’s toroidal field. It is like two tuning forks. When one is struck the other will start to vibrate too.
I think the LFT, being a double twist möbius, when looked upon as an energy flow, or wave, is making the energy flow in the aura going around in the möbius way, or twisted 180° with every revolution; or 360° before returning to their starting point.
What effect this has on the aura depends on what the aura is composed of. So far I haven’t seen any reliable information as to the nature of the aura energy.
A Little Note About Standing Waves
Some people don’t know what standing waves are. Here is a basic explanation.
Imagine a room, and two opposing walls. The distance between the two walls corresponds with one particular sound frequency. When the sound starts at one of the walls, it will travel towards the second wall in one cycle. When its bounces back, it will again go through one complete cycle before arriving at the second wall. Its wave form will always be the same between the two walls, because its fits exactly in the the distance between them. This is a standing wave.
For every given frequency, there are other frequencies that perfectly fit in the same space. These are called harmonics. They are whole divisions of the original wavelength, or multiples of the basic frequency. This is well known in musical instruments.
If we guide this wave(s) in a circle, we have a standing wave in a torus.
Standing waves tend to reinforce themselves, because every time the wave bounces back it adds energy to the system.