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A Treatise on Cosmic Fire - Section One - Division E - Motion on the Physical and Astral Planes
III. The Qualities of Rotary Motion

Every rotating sphere of matter is characterized by the three qualities, of inertia, mobility and rhythm.

1. Inertia. This characterizes every atom at the dawn of manifestation, at the beginning of a solar cycle or mahamanvantara (or one hundred years of Brahma), at the commencement of a chain, of a globe, or of any spheroidal form whatsoever without exception. This statement, therefore, includes the totality of manifesting forms within the solar system.

Let us keep clearly in our minds that we are simply considering the three qualities of matter itself and are not considering consciousness. Inertia is the result of lack of activity and the relative quiescence of the fires of matter. These fires, during obscuration or Pralaya, though latent, are free from the stimulation that comes from the aggregation of atoms into form, and the consequent interplay of the forms upon each other. Where form exists and the Laws of Repulsion and Attraction are coming into force, making radiation therefore possible, then comes stimulation, emanative effect, and a gradual speeding up which eventually, from within the atom itself, by its own rotary movement produces the next quality. [158]

2. Mobility. The inherent fires of matter produce rotary movement. Eventually this rotation results in radiation. The radiation of matter, the result of its dual heat, produces necessarily an effect upon other atoms in its environment (it matters not whether that environment is cosmic space, systemic space, or the periphery of the physical body of a man), and this interaction and interplay causes repulsion and attraction according to the polarity of the cosmic, systemic or physical atom. Eventually this produces coherence of form; bodies, or aggregates of atoms come into being or manifestation, and persist for the length of their greater or lesser cycle until the third quality is brought into definite recognition.

3. Rhythm, or the attainment of the point of perfect balance and of equilibrium. This point of perfect balance then produces certain specific effects which might be enumerated and pondered upon, even if to our finite minds they may seem paradoxical and contradictory.

The limitation lies with us and with the use of words and not in any real inaccuracy. These effects are:

  1. The disintegration of form,
  2. The liberation of the essence which the form confines,
  3. The separations of Spirit and matter.
  4. The end of a cycle, whether planetary, human or solar,
  5. The production of obscuration, and the end of objectivity or manifestation,
  6. The reabsorption of the essence, and the merging again of differentiated matter with the root of matter,
  7. The end of time and space as we understand it,
  8. The unification of the three Fires and the bringing about of spontaneous combustion, if one might so express it, [159]
  9. The synthetic activity of matter in the three types of movement, - rotary, spiraling-cyclic and onward progression, - which unified movement will be produced by the interaction of the fires of matter, of mind and of Spirit upon each other.

When the point of rhythm or balance is reached in a solar system, in a plane, in a ray, in a causal body, and in the physical body, then the occupier of the form is loosed from prison; he can withdraw to his originating source, and is liberated from the sheath which has hitherto acted as a prison; and he can escape from an environment which he has utilized for the gaining of experience and as a battle ground between the pairs of opposites. The sheath or form of whatever kind then automatically disintegrates.

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