Valdir Aguilera
 Físico e pesquisador



The Vibrations of the Force

Valdir Aguilera

In the Universe there is nothing static; everything is vibrating.

What defines a force, differentiating it from another? How to know if one force is more evolved than another? What characterizes this evolution? What does irradiate mean? How does one force attract another? These and other questions of the same kind are not only audacious, they are legitimate, and occasionally they beset us.

Based on the concepts of physics and the teachings of Christian Rationalism, we will seek, if not complete answers, at least some light that lightens up the path that leads us to the understanding of this stimulating matter.

Degree of evolution of force

All phenomena are the result of the action of forces. These act on countless levels. And they differentiate between themselves, provoking simple phenomena or of great complexity. We say, then, that in the Universe there are more evolved forces and some less. If we just take into consideration the physical plane, in an simple classification, the forces that act in the mineral kingdom are certainly less evolved than those that act in the plant kingdom. These, in turn, are less evolved than those of the animal kingdom.

In addition, in each kingdom of nature there are, also, more evolved forces and others less. For example, the forces acting within an atom, keeping it cohesive, are less evolved than those acting on atoms to form a more complex structure, the molecule. The degrees of evolution of these forces are different.

As explained above, it is easy to conclude that more evolved forces are capable of organizing more complex structures than the less evolved ones. In a hydrogen atom, the atomic force only needs to be able to hold an electron attached to the atomic nucleus. In the next atom, the helium atom, the atomic force will have to keep two electrons attached to the atomic nucleus. For physics, this force is the same that acts on the hydrogen atom, namely, the electromagnetic force. But, it should be noted that there must be something different in both cases. That something still cannot be equated. And this for a simple reason: for Science there was no need for that.

Apparently, quantum theory has come to the rescue. But not quite. Quantum theory is not able to accurately describe the behavior of more complex atoms. This is attributed to purely technical difficulties in solving the equations of the theory. This "explanation" is partially correct. But would not it be the case to suspect that the equations are complex because some ingredient is missing in theory? Or that the problems that quantum theory faces are not being addressed in a broader perspective?

In any case, we can say that an element that differentiates forces between them is its degree of evolution. We must then understand how this degree of evolution is characterized and measured. This task is simplified if we can discover the attributes of a force that differentiates it from another. What attributes are these is what we intend to discuss next.

Fundamental attribute of forces

It is logical that, in order to classify forces by their degree of evolution, we must first know what defines a state of evolution.

Suppose we want to compare two forces to find which is the most evolved. In what aspect should we focus? Their intensities? The answer should be "no", because considering only intensity is not enough. Imagine that we are comparing two human beings. Should we say that the most evolved is the strongest? It may be just the opposite. Therefore, we must think of another characteristic of the force, since not always the most intense is the most evolved.

We return to the question: What should we look for in forces to find out which is more evolved? What qualities should we consider?

Trying to make the presentation of this matter less complicated, let us consider the simple case of two forces, both capable of producing only left-right reciprocating movements. Observing the left-right movement provoked by one of them, we notice that in one case the movement is slower than the one produced by the other. Although they produce the same kind of movement (left-right), these two forces differ by one detail: the frequency of the vibrations, that is, of the reciprocating movement they cause. The two forces are not equal; they differ by at least the frequency value of the vibrations of the movement they cause. We need then to understand what is vibration and what is frequency.

What is a vibration?

In its broadest and most general sense, a vibration is a periodic movement, that is, it repeats itself. Roughly, it's a back and forth movement. As examples we can mention the movement of a clock pendulum, the guitar string hit by the guitarist's fingers, the drum membrane struck by the drumsticks of the main drum. The pendulum, the string, and membrane vibrate, in a back and forth motion. The movement of the pendulum will mark the flow of time; the movement of the string will set a musical note; the membrane motion will define a more or less deaf sound.

One of the intrinsic and fundamental characteristics of a vibration is its frequency. And what is a frequency? In the vibratory movement, frequency is the number of back and forth motions over a certain span of time. If we consider the number of back and forth in a second, the frequency is measured in hertz. For example, an object that oscillates sixty times in a second has a frequency of 60 hertz.

Waves and vibrations 1

If something is vibrating in a particular medium, this something produces waves that propagate in that medium with a velocity that depends on the conditions of the medium and the frequency of the vibration. If there is no medium to propagate, there will be no wave production. For example, a ringing bell is vibrating and we can hear its characteristic sound. However, if the ringing bell is placed inside a dome where all the air has been removed, we can see the buzzer vibrating, but we will not hear any sound. Without the air, that is, without the medium, there will be no waves forming and propagating, although there is a vibration.

The ether

This subsection is a parenthesis that we have opened as it seems appropriate. Its reading can be omitted without any loss to the understanding of what we are discussing.

The fact that a wave requires a medium to be produced and propagated is the origin of the hypothesis of the existence of the ether. According to the wave theory, light needs a medium to propagate. Therefore, the light emitted by the Sun (and by the luminous objects of the cosmos) must reach the Earth propagating through an invisible medium to us, which was given the name ether. Much effort has already been expended to detect this ether, without any success. This does not mean that it does not exist.

Let's take advantage to clarify a point that has confused many people. It is not uncommon to claim that Einstein demonstrated that ether does not exist. This is totally false. To begin with, it is not possible to logically prove that something does not exist. No one, to this day, has seen pink elephants. This does not mean that they do not exist. It is quite unlikely, but not logically impossible. The same is true with the ether, no one has been able to detect it, but it is impossible to prove that it does not exist. What Einstein actually showed was that his theory (of Relativity) does not require the existence of the ether to have validity. Whether the ether exists or not, is indifferent, it does not matter to the theory.

Waves and vibrations 2

Returning to our main subject, we recall that a vibration is a reciprocating movement. Going back to the example of a clock pendulum, we know that it takes some time to come and go. This time spent in a round trip is called period. Many pendulums of clocks take exactly one second to complete an oscillation. After 60 oscillations of the pendulum, a minute has passed.

The faster the swing of the pendulum, the greater its frequency (more back and forth motions it will do in a given time) and the shorter its period (it will take less time to complete a round trip). Think about it quietly, if you have time and interest.

We see, therefore, that frequency and period are related quantities and inversely proportional. This means, if the frequency is large, the period is small; if the period is large, the frequency is small. The more precisely we can measure one of these quantities the better is the knowledge we have of the other. In crystals, atoms vibrate with an extraordinarily precise frequency. Therefore, the period of vibration is also an extremely precise time. This time is used in so-called atomic clocks, the most accurate clocks in the universe.

What has the period to do with our subject matter? We have introduced this concept for the benefit of those who wish to study this matter further. They need to know that the speed with which a wave propagates is related to the period of its vibrations.

The phenomenon of resonance

A little experiment

Always having in mind to clarify concepts that will be useful to us in the search of answers to the questions that opened this article, we invite the reader to make a small physics experiment. You will not need any material you can not find in your own home.

Cut four pieces of string (or sewing thread or fishing line), two of a meter and two of half a meter. These measurements do not have to be accurate, but each pair must be the same length. Search at home for four identical objects; for example, four forks. Tie a fork at one end of each string. Hang them all on one thread of the drying clothes line. The wires should be separated, say, by a span. We were then able to construct four identical pendulums two by two.

When the four are standing still, make one swing in a reciprocating motion. In a short time, the other pendulum that has the same length as that which oscillates will begin to oscillate as well. The other two will not move.

How to explain why the other two pendulums do not oscillate?

This is explained by the concept of frequency and resonance. Each string-fork assembly has its own frequency. In determining the value of this frequency, the length of the string and the weight it supports are entered. Since there are two pairs of identical pendulums, each pair has a frequency that characterizes it. The experience we have made shows us that the oscillations of one are felt by its pair, which faithfully responds. This is an example of resonance. We can say that there is an affinity between the pair of pendulums.

It is in this way that our thoughts, which are vibrations of the spirit, come into harmony, in resonance, with related thoughts.

Thoughts, vibrations and irradiations

Thought is a vibration of the spirit. Every vibration has an associated frequency, a frequency of its own. In the case of our experiment in the clothesline, the frequency itself is associated with the length of the string and the weight hanging on it. In the case of thought, frequency is defined by the quality of thought. And this frequency can be observed by visual mediums, because it produces colors in the aura of the person. For example, inferior thoughts produce dark colors.

This is how identical thoughts - vibrations, identical frequencies - come into harmony and "marry" as it happens with the fork-pendulums of our experience. To think is to attract, Christian Rationalism teaches us. And this is how the attraction occurs: by identity of vibration, of frequency.

As in the Universe nothing is static, that is, everything is vibrating, there is an infinite chain of vibrations in tune. And it is a harmonic tuning that establishes all the synergy of the Universe.

It is part of this section answering the question: What are irradiations? What are we to understand by irradiations of the spirit? From the above so far we can easily find the answer to these questions.

We know that thoughts are vibrations of the spirit and that vibrations occurring in a medium produce waves that propagate in that medium. When vibrating, a bell emits waves (sounds) that propagate in the air (the medium). In other words, when the bell vibrates, it irradiates sounds. In the same way, the vibrating spirit emits waves that propagate (irradiate) in a medium made of fluidic matter. Irradiations are thus the waves emitted by the vibrations of the spirit.

More advanced concepts

Initially, we considered the simple case of a force capable of only producing movements from left to right and vice versa. We differentiate two of these forces by the vibrations they produce. Of course, there are more complex vibrations. For example, a force can produce a movement from left to right as well as from front to back.

An in-depth study aimed at classifying forces must also consider other concepts such as the so-called modes of vibration. In this introductory work, we can not go deeper into this topic. But for those who do not feel allergic to mathematics or physics, here is a suggestion: look for a book of fundamental physics and examine the chapter dealing with system vibrations.

The concept of modes of vibration is also present in the quantum theory of vibratory systems.


An intrinsic attribute of Force is the vibrations it produces. The greater the variety of vibrations, the more evolved is the Force, whether it is acting on the physical or the astral plane. To achieve greater evolution, Force must enrich itself with modes of vibration.

In the physical plane, Force (1) evolves acting in systems more and more complex. The more complex the system under the Force domain, the more varied the vibrations it can produce.

Already in the condition of spirit, which is a highly complex force that has already acted in all the kingdoms of nature, every acquired knowledge is embodied in the form of a new type of vibration that it is capable of producing. To acquire knowledge means, then, to enrich oneself with vibrations. The more variety of vibrations a spirit can produce, the more light he emits. Light, therefore, is a measure of the degree of evolution of a spirit. Light produces colors, and the white color is the combination of all colors. This is, therefore, the color emitted by the most evolved spirits.

(1) A particle of force animating a human being is mainly called Spirit. A particle of force animating an animal or a plant is called only Force.

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