AOH :: SQUARELW.TXT Summary of Books 1 through 6 of the "Law of Squares" by John Searl
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A. Square "Groups" There are 2 states:
(Focal point-- just one square forming
first square or center square)
(Square block-- 4 squares making up the
first square or center square)
"4" is the maximum code used by nature in
animal requirements and "1" is the code for
non-animal states.

1.  Group 1 (odd numbered squares)

a.  Have just one square forming the center or 1st
square called a focal point.
This center or focal point is 1/3 of the line value.

See page 26, Book 1A.
See page 25, Book 1A. fill in

2.  Group 2 (even numbered divided by 4) see pg. 30 Book 1A.

a.  A | B  If for a square 12 random A must equal 64
C | D  plus the level (2) being worked. 64+2=66
This is the base before transformation takes place.
B=A + the square being worked (12): 66+12=78
C=A + 1,  D=B + 1. Each prime square of group 2 or 3
follows this system.  Only the code value for A
differs.

b.  See pgs 31 & 32 Book 1A for a table of codes for A.

1.  Two lines form 1 line in nature

2.  Within the S.E.G. electrons move in pairs,
poles move in pairs.

3.  One square operates at right anlges to the other
and is reduced in size..that odd squares operate
inside of even squares.  Each structure must be
separated by an odd square, likewise a prime
mover must also be separated by an odd square.
In the square differences table there are 2
different states in the one direction and only
one state in the opposite direction..so is that
odd state the actual time frame?

4.  The difference between 1  square and its next is
four.  But the difference of each square forming
the building block after the first square is 8.
This gives the overall difference of 12.

a. It takes 12 phases for a smooth operation of
linear motor.

b. It takes 12 different rules to work out
energy problems.

c. It takes 12 rollers to run smoothly along and
around a bar class S.E.G.

d. Twelve is the lowest line value available in
the Law of Squares.  Level 1 "0" for a square
three, 0 through 8 gives diagonal sum = 12.

e. There are 12 tectonic plates upon which the
earth rides.

3.  Group 3 (even numbered not divided by 4) page 31 Book 1A

4.  Options (natural LAW x 2 + 2 so sq. 3x2+2=8)
Two states must be present. Options table pg. 59 Book 1A

5.  SMA magnetically page 77 Book 1A
***(note page 86 states that S.E.D. poles move but

B. Kernal  or Nucleus (Rest Frame) page 28, Book 1A

1.  Group 2 and group 3 have a kernal or nucleus instead of
focal point such as a group 1.  This kernal of 4 squares
is called the "rest frame" of the larger square and is
also the center square or square "one" of the larger.
Conservation of energy must hold true for any kernal.
When you are looking at a square, your are looking at
2 frames no matter what square you are looking at.
Squares are made from squares.  These 2 frames are at
right angles to each other and held apart by 2 cross
beams.  So there are two prime states and a secondary
state.  So three conditions are present in a kernal
square: Space frame, time frame and energy frame
obtained respectively from the vertical, horizontal and
diagonal states.

a.  Natural kernal, formed by sequential numbers in a
uniform square where the smallest valued number is
in upper left and the largest is in the lower right.
A value of 2 will be the lifting force and the
pushing and pulling force will equal the last value
of the second column of the uniform square.

b.  New kernal is formed during the construction of a
random square (non sequential numbers) by taking one
of the diagonal lines of the natural kernal and
transforming each of the 2 squares with its partner
in the second square.

2.  All kernals have three frames
a.  Space frame
b.  Time frame
c.  Energy frame

3.  Everything in nature has to have a rest frame for its
location and its existence.  Without such a frame there
would be no order in the universe.  Level "1" or zero is
not used in nature for construction but is used to
create the domain's rest and reference frame values.
Level "1" is the absolute value and level "2" is the
base value.  The rest frame here is the focal point of
a group "1" square or rotating square point of a group
"3" and the center square block of group "2".

4.  Building blocks..squares are made of squares, which in
themselves contain squares.  Table on page 31, Book 1A.

5.  If a building block conforms to a mathematical kernal
its energy frame is conserved, and that kernal contains
4 different forces conforming to the requirements above,
then if a similar piece of material is placed upon that
material, it will experience a lifting force and a
pushing/pulling force.  For that is the LAW OF THE
SQUARES.

6.  Value - The sum of each row and each column as well as
sum of each of the two diagonals, which in a balanced
square are all the same.  Note some values are not
possible to obtain with certain squares but may be
possible with other squares and may also share between
squares although at different levels.  However, values
(numbers) that can not obtained by adding individual
squares due to the number of squares to add and the
chosen level, are called no go's.  They can only be
worked by using fractions or decimals which is not
allowed by nature.

7.  Motion-Force (pages 124-136, Book 1A)********
For motion to take place there must be a
difference of potential between the left and the right
and again between the horizontal top and bottom.  The
greater differences must always be in the vertical plane
Both the horizontal and verticle forces must reverse at
the same time.

a.  In a uniform state there is no isolation between the
blocks, the force of 2 passes through the unit in
one direction, a class of D.C. power, as soon as a
removed.  There is no isolation between the blocks
in the horizontal plane or verticle plane.  With no
isolation in the uniform case between the lower
block and the upper block the force is encouraged
to move from left to right at a force of 2.

b.  In the random mode there is isolation taking place
in the horizontal plane, but the isolation in the
vert. plane is 4 times greater.  The vert. plane
equals 8 while the horizontal plane equals 2.

c.  By changing the center square the gain is increased
in both planes without changing the building block
difference values.

d.  Though both uniform and random produce the same
forces, those in uniform never go high, they are
always low.  Therefore a uniform block will not
produce energy, but will absorb energy.  The
switching action of a random unit produces energy.
There are 3 kinds of forces at work, but its the
diagonal forces which switches.  Even though a
random square may yeild equal sums for rows,
columns and diagonals there are many instances where
the acting forces are reversed causing too large of
a lifting force compared to a horizontal driving
force.  This will yield  a slow traveling device.
See page 126, Book 1A.

1).  Page 126-128 a square 5 is worked out so that
a -7 state exits showing that this block of
material will absorb energy and cannot produce
energy as electricity.

2).  For the square 7 block at level 607 with a sum
of 4410 the 4410 value refers to the volumn
space to be filled by the material in question.
The level relates to the value which that sq.
has been raised from its absolute (0) state.
In this case its level 607 means that from
0 to 4410 there are 607 different squares 7
values.  Thus 4410 is the space frame and sq.
7 is a domain to occupy that space frame with
8 other domains.  To be able to do so it must
have a different time frame, which in this case
is 607.

3).  Page 131, Book 1A:  When a square is in uniform
state, the horizontal values step from top to
bottom by the total square being worked.  While
the verticle values step by the total number of
squares in that square in the direction of left
to right.  In the random state all values are
the same in both planes.  Each are created by
squares whose values are the same per square.
In the uniform state the diagonals are set to
the right and energy or forces can only move
in one direction.  I a random state the forces
or energy switches, thus in the mechanical
sense this creates a force which is pulsing,
therefore it has a greater action upon the
material within its field.  The S.E.G. and the
Inverse-G-Vehicles are based upon the condition
that 4 forces shall be present in the form of 2
pairs at right angles to each other.

is a common linkage system used in engineering.
These corners are linked by arms which are 2
squares long.  Thus square 2 has 8 squares
devoted to 4 links of 2 squares.  From the top
link from left to right we have 2X2 so what is
happening is that this block or link is an
isolation block to prevent the forces from
jumping in the wrong direction. Other links
isolate in both the diagonal and vertical
fields.  But allows movement through the horz.
plane.  What happens is an active block
followed by an isolation block which only
allows power to pass one way, then an active
block  again.  The active blocks can switch
high/low while the isolation blocks cannot.
This applies to all group 2s and 3s.

5).  Pages 133-134, Book 1A:  Isolation blocks,
space of 4410 grams could be used in a S.E.G.
experiment.  Will have a choice of a 4, 12 or
20 mixture, all can share the same space frame
but at a different time frame.  Any one of
these 3 squares can be used in a volume space
of 4410 grams but each must be printed at a
different frequency.

C. Weight-Mass-Frequency (see pages 38-39 Book 1A)

1.  The weight or mass factor can be obtained from the
square sum value or level value.  Each table in Searl's
books can give ready information for structural design
work.

2.  It is not true to state that the frequency for any mass
is related, but it is true the frequency relates to the
square in question.

a.  The frequency only doubles to match the square in
front of it, if the square value is double.  Such as
a square 3 to square 6.

b.  The frequency does not double if the square in front
is not double.  Such as square 3 to square 4.

D. Criteria page 136, Book 1A

1.  Building blocks = 4 squares, 2 X 2

2.  These blocks must be assembled in a manner that they
switch the state from high to low and vice versa, in
both the horizontal and verticle planes.

3.  The center square diagonal must be neutral as it shares
4 different building blocks. If it is positive or neg.
the system fails.. its out of balance.

4.  Each building block's horizontals must have a difference
of 2.

5.  Each building block to the next block must have a
difference of zero.

6.  If item 5 or 4 or both fails either requirement then the
system fails.

7.  The difference between the right hand side and left hand
vertical side shall be the value of the last square in
the 2nd column.  In a sq. 20 it would be 40 for a level
2.  This holds true for values from a level 2 which
starts at one for groups 2s and 3s.

E. Restrictions on using square options, levels, & frequencies
Page 94, Book 1A.

1.  The value of a space (number) to be filled could be in
mass such as grams.  The value 966 comes from the sum of
the rows, columns & diagonals of the squares 3, 4, 7 &
12.  This value shares with these four squares. Square 3
offers 8 options, square 4 offers 10 options, square 7
offers 16 options and square 12 offers 26 options. So
there are a total of 60 different options for someone to
play around with or try to fit things into the 966 value
There are 2 group 1's and 2 group 2's.  The group 2's
would be the choice for use if power generation is a
consideration and group 1's if plants, vegatables etc.
are to be considered.  So for power consideration sqs.
4 & 12 should be used thus giving 36 options.

2.  However each space frame has its own time frame or level
that produces the 966 value.  So for square 3 (3X3)
there are 3 numbers in each option that add up to 966
at the 319 level or "time frame", (4X4) 4 number sum at
a 235 level, (7X7) 7 number sum at a 115 level and for
a square 12 (12X12) at a 10 level.  Notice the size of
the levels are decreasing because there are more numbers
to add to the sums to get to 966.  As a given "mass" is
broken up or distributed into more space frames the
"time" frames or levels reduce.  Searl says it different
"as the space frame enlarges the time frame reduces". As
the square increase in size i.e. 3 to 4 to 5 etc. the
level decreases for a given value.  However the sum of
each of the squares increases.

3.  The sum of each square is its frequency.

a.  The frequency increases at a given level as the
square size increases. It also increases as the
level increases at a given sq. size.  Each space
frame has its own time frame and frequency at a
given square size.

b.  The frequency used at one level will not print at
at any other level.  It will print in any of the
options available at a given level as long as it
meets the mathematical rule for that space frame.
The frequency used in say space farme 3 will not
print at any level in the space frame 4 or in fact
any other space frame.

c.  Page 95, Book 1A:  Comments for square 4.  Compared
to a square 3.

1.)  The space frame is the same.
2.)  The time frame is much slower.
3.)  The layers are different. ***
4.)  The atomic matrix is different.*****
5.)  The frequency is different.

d.  Page 40, Book 1A:

1.)  If a square is "even" then the mathematical
condition is "odd".

2.)  If a square is "odd" then the mathematical
condition  is "even".

F. Formulas for 1s, 2s & 3s on how to calculate values. Pages
133-143, Book 6.
1.  Squares Start/Stop values. "Squares are individual
domains in their own rights, and will not share with any
value before its reference of start, and after its
block is completed it will then share with other
domains.  Thus each square has a domain in which it is
the master, after that point it is a slave to the other
masters."  Page 135, Book 6.

2.  Table of shells, squares, and square values plus simple
formulae.  Page 137-138, Book 6.

3.  Examples of printing frequencys and volumes. Pages 138-
139, Book 6.

a.  Printing frequency = Total of shell values.

b.  Volume value = Total of shell value/square size.
ie if square 4 then divide by 4.  This is the total
weight of a plate or roller.

c.  Line value = volume value.  The line value is made
up of the sum of each elements' value that is used
to make up the plate or roller.  So if 4 elements
are used then 4 different mass values will add up
to make the line value, starting with the heaviest
element being asigned the greater mass.

d.  "Each square offers a number of lines as options,
and a number of faces,  but only the face which fits
the mathematical formula set out in Book 6 is the
only face which concerns this technology."

G. Comments from the 1989 Munich Lecture tape
1.  Rollers and plates are semiconductor devices:
The heavist element has the most mass and is
typically the reservoir.
a.)  Rollers and plates are made up of four basic
functions or elements:
1.) Reservoir - has excess of electrons available
to share with the rest of the device. (Nd)
2.) Controller - smooths out electron surges or
pulses, acts as a capacitance. (Nylon)
3.) Accelerator - does not like electrons and tries
to pass them on to next element. (Fe)
4.) Emitter - really does not like electrons and
spews them out to the surface of the device.
(Ti)
2. How fast the rollers move depends upon the square chosen.
a.) Stopping rollers is controlled by applying an
external oscillating frequencey around the SEG such
that it creats artifical poles temporarily that are
180 degrees out of phase with the printed freq..
b.) Roller speed can be increased by using up to 1 1/2
times the calcualated printed frequencies.
c.) For roller speeds greater than 200 mph such as those
found in an Inverse-G-Vehicle Searl used aluminum as
an outer element so that it would produce eddy
currents which in turn created magnetic fields that
helped keep the rollers from flying off the plate.
The printed sine wave (AC) component keeps a roller
at a constant flying height above the plate
typically a few thousandths of an inch while the DC
component attracts it toward the plate.  The extra
help from the eddy currents supplements the DC when
higher speeds are encountered.
d.) Rollers are made up of a series of stacked disks that
have been imprinted.
1.) Rollers are mono pulsed through the center of the
roller with the DC component while plates are
pulsed so that the center of the plate contains
the DC component.  The AC component is printed
on the rollers and plates much the same as is
done with a video tape but in such a way as to
produce diagonal North and South poles on the
surfaces.  This diagonal relationalship helps
keep the rollers running true.
2.) The DC components and AC components on a plate
are at a 90 degrees angle with respect to these
components on the rollers.
3. A power supply based on the Searl Effect needs to be
carefully considered as to the load it will be
subjected to during normal use.  A unit designed from
small square values will not have enough mass to keep
the unit from going critical and reaching extremely low
temperatures.  A larger unit may produce more current
without going critical but will cost much more to build
due to expensive components.
4. The SEG will produce energy, clean air, heal, and operate
for many years without producing any pollution.
a.) For every job lost in the petrochemical and power
industry there could be several dozen to several
hundred jobs created due to the availability of cheap
on-site generated power.
b.) With an Inverse-G-Vehicle, mining could be done in
space, thus saving our planet from further
distruction.

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