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What Is Gravity?

  1. Dec 28, 2004 #1
    HI All

    This is a "writing" we received, when we asked the question, "What is Gravity". It's interesting to note that there is a relationship with Light, in the answer received, and also that Gravity seems to be an internal and external "force"/quality that provides a type of interface. What do you think?



    What is Gravity?

    What is gravity?

    Light up, light down. Inwards, outwards. Process by which no other field of light can operate without the infusion of same. Light, dark, light. Outward, inward.

    What gives rise to gravity?

    To keep everything in its place, keep everything in its realm, keep everything within its plane, keep everything within its dimension. It keeps worlds apart.

    This is So!

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