By Dorian Stonehouse

Here are a few of my thoughts. They might appear rather philosophical, but I believe that they are nothing more than what each of us believes – deep within:

The gyroscope bequeaths us two-dimensional gravity, while Mother Earth bequeathed us a third.

On gravity created by a gyroscope: If we stand on the inside wall of a huge gyroscope in motion, we stick to the surface.  Should we decide to jump on the spot, the spot where we stood would disappear beneath our feet, as we would no longer be in synchronisation with the surface. This is two-dimensional gravity.  

On gravity created on Earth: When we stand on Earth, we stick to the surface. Should we decide to jump on the spot, the spot where we stood does not disappear beneath our feet, as we are still in synchronisation with the surface.  This is three-dimensional gravity – it affects us on the surface of Earth and in the space immediately above the surface.

But does not answer the question: why do we land in the same spot as we jumped?

Requirements for gravity – the arc:

The arc is prerequisite in the making of both two-dimensional and three-dimensional gravity: 

A rapidly rotating arc simultaneously
throws mass forward; bends back on itself, so throws mass backwards; goes sideways. Each component is a component of arc – each ingredient is crucial in making up the entire cake

To create three-dimensional (volumetric gravity) as is the case on planet Earth, the attracting mass will possess a vortex (a stack of gyroscopes) – moving from A to Z (see directly below)…

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The vortex created by mass is not a conventional vortex – a vortex in air or water; but is a vortex in space surrounding the mass.  This twisting of space surrounding Earth mass is called gravity.

Just like a piece of soap that is sucked down by the whirlpool that is created when we pull the bath plug out, as the whirlpool wall gets narrower the gyroscopes turn faster. Or, as the mass hits Earth (say point “Z”), it is travelling at much greater speed relative to its speed at point “A” in above photo.

Why do we land in the same spot as we jumped? Because a vortex will line up and follow Earth’s rotational footprint. Therefore, anything inside a vortex will do likewise.

Gravitational waves are a manifestation of twisting (space)…

And vortices rotate through 360°, so have sinusoidal character, hence “G…waves”…


“A vortex (plural vortices/vortexes) is a region in a fluid in which the flow revolves around an axis line, which may be straight or curved.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vortex

So, you just need to substitute the word “space” for “fluid.”…

Since, electromagnetic fields and plasma approach the texture of space itself, they interact with, and modify, space vortices…

Twisting electromagnetic fields and plasma are, therefore, associated with anti-gravity vehicles.

Invisible arcs and Newton’s third law: “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction .” But how do space rockets work – in space?

“NASA says this principle is easy to observe on Earth. If you stand on a skateboard and throw a bowling ball forward, that force will push you and the skateboard back.” Quoted here: https://www.livescience.com/34475-how-do-space-rockets-work-without-air.html

Another look at NASA’s person standing on a skateboard explanation, with gravity vortices acting with respect to the ball at “A”:

Scientific principles are easy to observe, but are often impossible to visualise!

If gravity (twisting space) belonging to an object (ball “A”) attracts other objects, the same gravity must be able to offer reluctance to a force acting on that object. Therefore, when an actor standing on a skateboard throws a ball (“A”); it is in part “A’s” gravitational reluctance that pushes the actor away – in the opposite direction… 

Example, looking from the top of a tornado, the twister may draw things downwards; but when sucking things off the surface the spin is seen from the ground to be in the opposite direction – taking things up into the tornado…

If the gravity spin of the thrown ball is normally clockwise (when looking towards the ball); when the ball is thrown away, the actor encounters an anti-clockwise twist,  pushing the actor backwards – away from the ball…

In the above example, when the ball “A” is thrown, there is also a strong gravitational reluctance offered by the area surrounding the left side curve of ball “A” …

The stacks of gyroscopes in space at this (vortex) point are forced together in opposition (from smaller gyro near the surface of the object, to larger gyro). This puts up a barrier to the person on the skateboard, pushing him/her backwards.

Note, this event is not the same as when a rocket takes off from Earth. The rocket is not pushing Earth away, but is pushing itself away from Earth, as it fights to counteract top-down gravity…  

To recap:  A vortex is a facet of a collapsing system, rather than an expanding system, and has gravitational properties:   an object falling from the top to the bottom of a vortex accelerates in a way typical of gravitational systems – first slowly, but gaining speed with every smaller gyroscopic ring entered on the way down. These gyroscopes are elements of twisting space.

Mass is just a group of denser spaces, with thinner space
in between them.

Time is a product of memory; and memory is the placing of things into a repository, which we constantly call upon to make sense of the world.

Without memory, there would be no consciousness, as being conscious requires us to constantly pull events from our memory repository.

Memory is a two-edged sword. One side makes existence possible. The other side deceives us into thinking that time exists!

Time is just a figment of our memories, and here is a simple “truth” test to show just that…

Mark a pendulum with a vertical line down the centre. The pendulum will be travelling on the arc from (A) through to (B)… 

Place a stationary length of cardboard along the arc, and mark it every millimetre along from (A) to (B)…

Release the pendulum at point A and allow it to travel through an arc to point B… 

Now, ask two persons:  Алёна and Анатолий to take part in a test:

Алёна has an excellent memory.  I begin to swing a pendulum in front of Алёна through an arc from (A) through to (B).  Алёна will see the pendulum swing back and forth…

Анатолий has no memory whatsoever.  I begin to swing the same pendulum in front of Анатолий from (A) to (B).  As long as the pendulum is swinging, the pendulum will be invisible to Анатолий .

The memory of Анатолий is so non-existent that once he sees the position of the swinging pendulum passing (say) the first 10 mm point, he instantly forgets that it was there.  As the pendulum passes the 20mm point, he instantly forgets that event as well, and so on along the entire arc!

For Анатолий to be able to see the pendulum at all, it would have to be stationary.

So, which person is experiencing the truth about the moving pendulum:  Алёна or Анатолий ?…

The literal truth must belong to
Анатолий, because a swinging pendulum has no memory to impart to either Алёна or Анатолий .  The memory is generated inside the brain of Алёна !   It is Анатолий who sees things as they really are, and as long as the pendulum is in motion,
Анатолий (ironically) sees nothing!…

In other words, because the Pendulum is constantly in motion, it cannot in its own right occupy (exist in) any position through the arc. Therefore the notion of time becomes a fallacy…

As a further examples: 1) the mark we made on the pendulum can never line up with the millimetre notches on our reference cardboard, as the pendulum is constantly in motion .

2) If we used an electron microscope and tried to line up a thin line of atoms of the pendulum with the atoms that make up the reference cardboard, it would be impossible, since the pendulum is in motion, and they could never line up…

Time is a facet of memory and nothing more!

The moving pendulum experiment is a two-dimensional analogy of what is happening in volumetric space.

Now, let us allow the pendulum to come to rest – to stop. To be continued

The above are only the barebones of my thoughts on gravity; but what is important to note is that everything is in a state of motion – nothing is ever static!


Human beings are totally immersed in nothing, yet understand nothing about nothing!

They call it “the God particle” because they haven’t discovered yet what it’s made of…

And they never will, because the “God particle” is made of nothing!

The bottom line is that the “building blocks” of everything must, ultimately, be made of nothing.

Trouble is; we often look at space as homogenous nothingness. But we know this is not true. If it were true, then “black-holes” could not exist, but they do! Don’t they?

All space is in a state of constant collapse, it’s just that more attention is given to “black holes” because with them the phenomenon is just so damn obvious!


It is essential to grasp that space is continuously falling in on itself. This study of “supra materialism” ( coined by Dorian in 2017) is probably the most difficult paradigm to visualise.


On the theory of opposites:  Mass comes in different densities. Therefore, to provide balance, space must also come in different densities:   thick space, thin space and waves of different space .

“Black holes” are not some distant event – light years away. Black holes exist on Earth and hold everything together!

..because collapsing space is what gravity and the “nuclear force,” which binds the nuclei of atoms together, is all about.

Mass, e.g. the Earth, has gravity, and Earth is made up entirely of varying concentrations of space. By the same token, space (in its own right) must have gravity; and so spirals in on itself…

Space will collapse in on itself, because there is nothing in thin space to prevent this from happening.

The empiricist externalises scientific concepts by way of observing repeatable laws and theories, while the visualist internalises scientific concepts, creating a volumetric mental image…

…Which one would you prefer to operate on your brain?

There is no such thing as a good or bad choice. They are all good choices that sometimes just turn out bad!

There is no such thing as infinity… it’s all just a bending back of continuity!

To truly understand creation, it might be wise to concentrate first on destruction, for the former is built on the later!

Quantum theory is meant to frighten away the masses…and it’s doing a damn good job of it too!

Newton’s third law: “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction”… makes me wonder how people can move at all!

Convention is the glue that binds together… blockheads!

Consider not the stars and planets, but the gap in-between, for therein lies absolute knowledge

Anybody care to add their own thoughts to the list? Please feel free to do so!

P.S. It has been a pretty awful week here, so not many thoughts on the subject of supra- materialism. Hope to be a little better next week!

Dorian.