Electrical Hazards

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How does it Happen?Ordinarily, a coherent magnetic plasma (or "magma") body is protected by a transparent or translucent (double-layered) membrane around the ovoid which protects the body because it provides a resistance to the currents Electricity Freedom System in the magnetic plasma spheres that interpenetrate Earth. (These currents are often described as "ley lines" or "dragon lines" in the metaphysical literature. In plasma metaphysics they are identified more formally as "Birkeland currents" i.e. currents that arise from charged particles coursing through magnetic field lines. The first complete map of "Birkeland currents" in the Earth's polar region was developed in 1974 from satellite-borne magnetic field observations.)

However, a magma body can become fragmented due to an undisciplined wandering mind. This happens when plasma with different physical properties and pulsating at different frequencies within the body separate into different regions forming plasma cells. Forces are generated from the separations which cause a pressure to develop Electricity Freedom System on the membrane. This results in stresses and strains which can rupture the protective insulating membrane and reduce its resistance to the external currents. This allows strong currents in the environment to "leak" into the magma body in an uncontrolled manner. The charge from the currents accumulates within the capacitors in the lower physical-etheric body. As the charge builds-up, the electric field between the conductors increases. When the threshold is reached an electrical discharge, lasting only a split-second, occurs in the magma body. If this magma body is the lower physical-etheric body it can impact the physical-biomolecular body, causing it to suddenly combust. (The dominant left brain's discriminatory and analytical thought processes in human beings, associated with the acquisition of language, are primarily implicated in the fragmentation of the plasma body. Other animals, on the other hand, have not developed the neural processes associated with left brain activity to any significant extent comparable to humans.)