## Friday, November 15, 2013

### Color Theory ~ Neutral Light & The Four Alignments as Spherical Standing Waves

Neutral Light & The Four Alignments As Spherical Standing Waves

The world of Eden is composed of Neutral Light.  Neutral Light is made of equal parts positive and negative light.  Neutral is the balance of positive and negative, yet it can become either.  I haven’t found a symbol to represent Neutral, so I’m going with the symbol for plus-minus, which is represented as ± (or +/-).  Positive and negative light are not light and anti-light in the traditional concept.  They do not automatically cancel one another out to become colorless!  Instead, they interact in four different ways, known as The Four Alignments.

Alignment A: Absolute (Perfect) Alignment
+White - White ∞ All Colors

Alignment B:  Relative (Flawed) Alignment
+Black + -Black = 0. No color

Alignment C:  Order (Neutral) Alignment
-Black +White ±Gray

Alignment D:  Chaos (Neutral) Alignment
-White +Black ±Gray

The term Absolute refers to colors as they truly are.  The term Relative refers to colors from a subjective point of view.  I discuss these concepts further in the chapter “On Absolute & Relative States.”
Perfect Neutral Colors are produced by the interactions of Absolute Order with Absolute Chaos. (And Absolute Order and Absolute Chaos are produced by True Neutral, simultaneously, for this is the superposition!)  This is Alignment A: Absolute (Perfect) Alignment.
Additionally, there are two types of Neutral Colors that are hemisphere specific, meaning they are produced by a combination of the Absolute with the Relative.  They adhere to the rules of the Order Color Wheel or the Chaos Color Wheel.  They are called Complementary Colors and Tertiary Colors.  These types of Neutral colors are represented by Alignment C:  Order (Neutral) Alignment and Alignment D:  Chaos (Neutral) Alignment.
The concept of light and anti-light is expressed in Alignment B:  Relative (Flawed) Alignment.
I expand upon The Four Alignments in the Chapter “Tree of Life as a Concept of Wave Particle Duality.”

By now, the reader should be familiar with the concept of Spherical Standing Waves, explained in the chapter “Electromagnetic Radiation.”

Alignment A: Absolute (Perfect) Alignment – A Perfect Neutral Particle is composed of One (1) Ingoing Wave and One (1) Outgoing wave.

Alignment C:  Order (Neutral) Alignment Order Neutral Particles are composed two ways:
·        An Order Within Order Neutral Particle is composed of Two (2) Ingoing Waves and One (1) Outgoing wave.
·        A Chaos Within Order Neutral Particle is composed of Two (2) Outgoing Waves and One (1) Ingoing wave.

Alignment D:  Chaos (Neutral) Alignment – Chaos Neutral Particles are composed two ways:
·        A Chaos Within Chaos Neutral Particle is composed of Two (2) Outgoing Waves and One (1) Ingoing wave.
·        An Order Within Chaos Neutral Particle is composed of Two (2) Ingoing Waves and One (1) Outgoing wave.

Alignment B:  Relative (Flawed) Alignment Flawed Neutral Particles are composed of Two (2) Outgoing Waves and Two (2) Ingoing waves.