Cosmos and the Human Energetic System – Part IV: Auric Microcracking and Energetic Depletion By Mohsen Paul Sarfarazi, Ph.D.

Cosmos and the Human Energetic System –

Part IV: Auric Microcracking and Energetic Depletion

By Mohsen Paul Sarfarazi, Ph.D.

 

Abstract

In this article, it is attempted to present a general understanding for the problem of human auric energetic leakage. The fundamentals of the mechanics of energetic leakage as a result of microfracture of auric skin due to differential pressure across the auric boundary layer has been deliberated. It is explained that microcracks occur in the auric skin due to excessive tensile strain or stretch as a result of disproportionate differential pressure within and without the auric field. The pertinence of microcrack nucleation, opening in cleavage, and propagation due to a stimulus such as pressurizing has been clarified to be due to a phenomenon in mechanics of continuum known as the Poisson’ Effect. It is concluded that auric energetic leakage or bleeding occurs when excessive stretch occurs in the auric skin that essentially behaves like a balloon or membrane. 

 Introduction

There exists a micro-cosmos associated with the human energetics that interacts with the macro-cosmos. This is commonly referred to as the human aura. The subject of human auric energetics, being of an ethereal or stealth nature, has always been solely treated within the context of metaphysics. However, there is no doubt that the existence of aura is real. There have always been numerous clairvoyants and spiritual people who have had the capability to ‘see’ or envision the human aura and its detailed structure. Now the technique of Kirlian photography testifies to its existence. Generally speaking, human aura is of an ovoid or egg-shape enclosure that extends above, below, and circumferentially around the human physical body that constitutes a storage containment of energy that surrounds the human body. And, this is how the human being interfaces with the Mother Earth as well as the inner and outer cosmos energetically. The source of such energy is light plasma that is supplied to us through the macro-cosmos via the sun. The type of the energy that the human aura contains is crystalline, which has its origin in liquid light that is both coherent and intelligible. Light is composed of a pool of charged plasma of cation (positive ion) and anion (negative ion) particles. There is a tendency to ‘flow’ that is somewhat analogous to electricity. In the case of electricity, there exist distinct positive and negative poles, and a propensity of a multitude of excess electrons present in the negative pole that strive to move to the positive pole deprived of such electrons, so that the static equilibrium is achieved. Similarly, in magnetism, there is a positive and a negative pole with the unlike poles attracting each other, and conversely, the like poles having the inclination to repel one another. The bio-plasmic crystalline light energies contained in the human aura are commonly considered to be electromagnetic in nature. However, strictly speaking, the auric energy is of crystalline nature, containing crystalline liquid-like plasma composed of cations and anions distributed all over within the auric field. This may suggest polarity as is the case with electricity or magnetism, yet human aura does not entail diverse electrical or magnetic poles. However, due to the existence of the charged plasmic particles (cations and anions) and the existence of a potential gradient within the plasma of the human aura, there is tendency for the ‘flow’ of plasma within and without the aura.

The volume of the human aura can change as it can expand as well as deflate like a pressurized balloon. There exists a boundary layer associated with the aura, which is composed of a skin-like material that is elastic and resilient, thereby giving the aura the capability to stretch or contract. Due to the necessity of crystalline-electric plasma flow within and without the aura, it is envisioned that the auric boundary layer consists of a double membrane laminate structure with an electro-crystalline circuitry that conducts the flow of plasmic energy into and out of the aura. These membrane sheets have opposite circuitry patterns in planar loops that run along the circumference of the boundary layer. Furthermore, the energetic boundary layer constitutes a skin with relevant elastic properties that enable it to stretch or contract in the events of auric expansion or deflation, respectively. The aura, in essence, is an energetic container that facilitates storage, containment, as well as utilization in form of inflow and outflow of the human plasmic energy. When the aura expands, it brings in coded electro-crystalline light energies that increase the light quotient of the individual concerned. Furthermore, the augmentation of the light quotient is synonymous with the increasing of the consciousness of the human involved, which may be alternatively characterized through the definition of natural frequency of vibration of the individual. And, the extent of such a frequency expansion instigates vibrational pressure waves within the balloon-like aura that leads to auric expansion. Furthermore, similarly, there exists a frequency outside the auric boundary layer that may be attributed to the Schumann Resonance of the Mother Earth. It is clear that when the frequency within and without the aura are equal, the aura is at the ‘zero state of pressure’ at the boundary layer, leading to optimized energetic operation and containment. On the other hand, if the frequency of vibration of the system were to suddenly increase/decrease within/without, a differential pressure build-up is experienced at the boundary layer, or in the auric’ skin.’ The author has presented a model for the analysis of this problem through a mechanics of continuum approach to determine how exactly such a phenomenon has an impact on the operation of the human aura, affecting man’s comfort, health, and most importantly consciousness. Suffice it to say that through the knowledge of metaphysics, backed with individual observation of the auric system of many individuals by clairvoyants, spiritual adepts specializing in reading human auric energetic, as well as Kirlian Photography, we know that such a scenario causes auric stress that leads to deflation of aura, conceivably as a result of energetic depletion or leakage. Most humans do not recognize the importance of requisite upkeep of the human electromagnetic field. They commonly consider it to be an auto-regulated energy field that self-adjusts. While, there is some truth in this belief, most people understand little about how it operates and how to effectively maintain it. Seldom people are apprised of the energies that impact it, or what exactly are the implications of its malfunctioning. The auric field or human electromagnetic field requires certain levels of physical, mental and emotional well-being to render it perform in an optimal fashion. Not only auric integrity has a strong ramification in well-being and good health, it is accentuates one’s natural frequency and consciousness. The truth is that while it is capable of expansion into higher dimensions, operating with a trait of multidimensionality, it is only so empowered when its integrity is well-maintained so it can perform with full or optimal integrity. Thus, to recapitulate: (1) Aura is a composite system consisting of distinct auric energetic layers, (2) The energy is of crystalline-electric nature, which is supplied to us in plasmic form by the macro-cosmos/sun, (3) Each auric layer has a specific frequency associated with it that is indigenous to that body/layer, (4)  There exists a double membrane composite sheet between each layer that has a twin electrical circuits operating in opposite directions; one for bringing energy into the layer and one for discharging energy out of the said body, (5) The double membrane sheet boundary layers between auric bodies have certain threshold energy level/frequency of vibration that must be met before traversing to a higher body/layer, (6) Each auric layer has its own skin or boundary layer that is resilient, giving the auric body the capability to expand or contract within certain threshold, (7) If the elastic limit of each membrane auric layer skin is exceeded, the auric boundary layer is damaged, resulting in leakage of energy contained within that particular layer/body.

The Mechanics of Auric Microcracking Damage and Leakage

When there exists a differential pressure within and without a particular layer, stresses are built up within that particular auric boundary layer. Stress is a quantity defined by the amount of force per unit area. Pressure, on the other hand, has the same dimensional unit as stress as it represents the distribution of force upon a given boundary area. The subject of pressure is most pertinent to fluids such as liquids, plasma, etc., where there is no solidity or geometric pattern. Instead, the molecules or atoms freely move about the continuum without any constraint. In such circumstances, it is customary to define pressure, as opposed to force, which represents force per unit volume or area when the liquid interfaces with a barrier. In the case of latter, pressure exerted upon such barrier is defined as force per unit area, which closely resembles the quantity of stress. Force causes either stretch (through pulling) or contraction (through a pushing action). And, stress generates strain. Strain is defined as the amount of stretch or contraction per unit length. For any given material, obviously, the magnitudes of stress is related to strain. The mathematical equations that describe the relationship between stress and strain is referred to as the ‘constitutive’ equations. The behavior of a given material under load is called the constitutive response. The tensile or compressive stresses are classified as ‘direct’ stress/strain. Tension is associated with a ‘pull’ and compression with a ‘push’ action. In a one dimensional element such as a tie or a rod, tension is associated with pulling the both ends of the element in opposite directions (out from each end), and compression occurs when you push both ends towards one another. In a planar structural element such as a plate, shell, membrane, or a laminate, stress- strain occurs when the forces act in a distributive manner along the edges, causing the element to either stretch (tension) or contract (compression) along that particular direction of the applied loading. There is a well-known concept dubbed as the ‘Poisson effect’ in mechanics that is an interfacial phenomenon governing the effect of applying a force in one direction and observing the effect in a mutually perpendicular direction. As easily intuitively as well as experimentally verifiable, it states that when you push a body in one direction, it will stretch or bulges out in a mutually perpendicular direction. The ratio of the applied strain in one principal direction to a generated strain in the principal perpendicular direction to the applied loading is a constant characterizing the mechanical constitutive behavior of the material. This is known as the “Poisson’s Ratio.” Thus, ultimately it is the Poisson’s Effect that is responsible for the phenomenon of microcracking in an auric boundary layer or skin due to differential pressure. When there exists a differential pressure across an auric skin, generated due to a difference of pressure existing within and without the aura, it creates a ‘pinch’ in the auric skin, giving rise to compressive loading across the auric skin. This compressive stress or strain, in turn, generates stretching of the auric skin. And, it is the excessive tensile strain that causes microcracking. Typically, if the stretch is excessive, the auric skin develops auric microcracks, thus leading to energetic particle depletion through leakage. This mode of microcracking is classified as “mode I” or “cleavage” cracking. A cleavage microcrack opens up as a result of tensile strains acting across its microcracked face (see slide). A microcrack created in an auric boundary layer due to differential pressure existing within and without the aura extends across the depth of the auric layer. When the depth of such opening reaches a value greater than the depth of the double membrane auric interfacial lamina located between two consecutive auric layers, the opening extends into the adjacent layer, causing leakage. Equally important is the actual incipient length of the microcrack generated in an auric boundary layer that is dependent and symbiotic with the extent of microcrack opening progression across the depth of the auric boundary layer, which is reminiscent of the extend of differential pressure present cross the auric skin or boundary layer.

Homogeneity depicts a condition where there are no ‘localization’ of material anywhere in the entire materials. This means every part of the material exhibits the same properties. Typically, crystalline materials represent prime examples for homogeneous structure, if they do not contain defects resulted from manufacturing or damage in any part of their structure. Crystalline materials consist of identical crystalline cells that repeat themselves throughout the body, constituting grains that appear totally randomly and in abundance throughout the body. Isotropy, on the hand, portrays, a condition where the material does not exhibit any preferential direction or axis that may be loaded throughout its body or structure. It means that if you cut an ingot of the material in any arbitrary way, and test it longitudinally or transversely, and about any arbitrary direction, it shows identical mechanical properties. Hence, it is impervious to direction or geometry. In actual reality, most engineering materials possess a modicum of heterogeneity and anisotropy as their constituent parts are chaotic, not crystalline, and amorphous. Even crystalline solids manufactured by man contain certain degree of irregularities, or defects in their structure in the form of dislocation. On the other hand, the cosmos is perfect, and purely crystalline, especially the electro-crystalline energies that come to our auras for thought-emotion utilization – at least originally and initially. What occurs in our physical bodies as a result of Will Power, energetic consumption, transformation, or conversion, is another story. In any case, our etheric boundary layer, and other corresponding ethereal layers are crystalline and initially defect free. Therefore, the auric boundary layers sandwiched between our distinct auric energetic bodies are crystalline and behave homogeneously, isotopically, and in a fully ordered manner. Thus, the system response is fully symmetric, and it behaves homogeneously and uniformly no matter in what particular direction it is stressed. Homogeneity and isotropy dictate that the material (e.g. auric skin) possess only two elastic material constants. These are Young’s Modulus E, depicting the normal or direct aspect of its mechanical material behavior, and the Poisson’s Ratio , which portrays the mutual effect of loading or straining in any particular direction and its consequent effect on the bulk of the material, as may be characterized by its influence on a generated strain in parallel planes all perpendicular to the direction of the loading.

The Problem of Auric Skin Microcracking

The problem of auric microcracking at the interfacial double shell lamina occurs as a result of built up of a differential pressure across the auric boundary layers. Note that when the pressure inside and outside an auric layer is the same, the distributed pressurizing forces resulting at the auric skin cancel one another out. And, due to such a microcracking damage scheme, cleavage opening occurs as a result of excessive stretch and creation of microcracking in the skin. And, when the differential pressure reaches a certain critical value ∆pcrit, the stain becomes large enough in the auric skin to form microcracks. Furthermore, if the differential pressure persists or increase even further, the microcrack ‘zips’ in cleavage mode I, as described. The opening of such microcracks can cause auric energetic leakage. The pressure acting across the auric boundary layer, indeed, imposes tensile strain in the other mutually perpendicular directions that define the surface/plane of the ovoid shell. This, of course, occurs as a result of the Poisson’s Effect that creates tensile strains in the plane of the shells. Through the theory of elasticity and the mechanics of continuum approach (see author’s papers in this area), it may be shown that the critical value for microcracking strain at the auric boundary layer, ϵcrit , may be given by:

ϵcrit  = ϑ (p)/E

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Published in the March 2017 issue of the Eden magazine:

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