Electromagnetism and Eddie Currents

Built in 1831, the Faraday disk was the first electric generator. The horseshoe-shaped magnet (A)created a magnetic field through the disk (D). When the disk was turned, this induced an electric current radially outward from the center toward the rim. The current flowed out through the sliding spring contact m, through the external circuit, and back into the center of the disk through the axle. Image and description Courtesy of Wikipedia

Electricity is an unknown subject to Science. But we know it by its applications and theories of electro-magnetism.

I believe it is a manifestation of Cosmic energy that pervades the whole Creation.

It is a potential form of energy embedded in every material object and it is perpetual, not created and nor destroyed.

Electricity makes possible modern inventions and high advanced technology.

Its discovery range from the Analog field of inventions to the Digital World that we witness today in modern technology.

Each human body is filled with an aura of electricities and eddie currents like in the focault experiment conducted by Faraday; who created loops of electrical currents induced by a changing magnetic field.

Boundless applications make possible a marvelous array of practical applications.

Behind that World of electricity is God’s astral and causal Worlds. Where everything is interconnected.

The Alchemist was able to tap in the hidden laws and subtle world and fabric of atomic energy.

You cannot separate electricity from the physical structure of the condensed objects. Even in frozen and subliminal energy we find electricity as a form of electro-magnetism.

Cites and Bibliography sources provided by Wikipedia below:

Among the Pioneers and discoverers of electro-magnetism we have:

Dominique François Arago (1786–1853) who discovered between 1823-1826 the rotary magnetism.

Image of Francois Arago courtesy of Wikipedia

Michael Faraday (1791–1867). expanded the discovery of Francois Jean Arago.

Michael Faraday painting, courtesy of Wikipedia

In 1834, Heinrich Lenz stated Lenz’s law

French physicist Léon Foucault (1819–1868)

Electromagnetic rotation experiment of Faraday, ca.1821 -Wikipedia

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