Whirlwinds are natural phenomena that possess a central column of rising air that can lift heavy objects, from this point of view they seem to defy the law of gravity and provide the key to levitation.
Technically a whirlwind is a rotating column of air that reaches from a storm cloud to the ground in a funnel shape maintained by strong winds ... the outer sheath is a down flow and the inner column in an up flow of air ... over water it forms a waterspout.
Although whirlwinds seem to be caused by unstable atmospheric conditions, scientists are still trying to fully understand the deeper mechanism of how they are created, grow and disappear.
How does a whirlwind create the anti-gravity effect ?
asked 12 Feb '12, 00:15
The simplest whirlwind to examine is a fair weather waterspout because they form in moisture laden, electrostatically charged, light wind conditions making them easy to observe. They usually begin to take form under the dark flat base of developing cumulus clouds, the first sign is a spiral shape on the surface of the water, generally turning counter clockwise in the northern hemisphere, then working it's way upwards forming a funnel
It is probable that the formation of these whirlwinds is made possible wherever there are strong subtle energy vortices together with an electrically charged atmosphere ... here is an article by Madis Senner on energy vortices
Let's put forward a hypothesis on how a water spout forms ... imagine that there is a spinning vortex of subtle energy pulling upwards in the shape of a column, between the surface of the sea and the cloud above, which acts as a channel, the interior of which is saturated with tiny droplets of electrically charged water, these ionic molecules act as mini-magnets and can form chains creating a string type structure.Remember also that there is a difference of potential, like at the + and - ends of a battery, between the sea level and the cloud, which reinforces the upwards pull on the ionic molecules of water.The sea water can use these strings as a support to climb upwards using capillary action, just as water climbs up the supporting and water-conducting tissue of vascular plants, such as inside tree trunks ...
@Blu I Planned on posting this before you left to find your inner Buddha last year. Years ago a Native American Shaman said I was not to worry about all those whirls in my mind. He said not to fear; they were caterpillars - many caterpillars - many metamorphosis, many transformations to come & finally butterflies.. Perhaps they are one of your power animals also. It appears we both have the power of the magical whirlwind.
Butterfly/Caterpillar's Wisdom Includes:
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