[1.5] Anyone can very easily comprehend this principle when manufacturing a scale. If one were to manufacture a mathematically perfect, symmetrical scale beam out of metal, as even as possible in density, and he would then balance it in a scale fork, he would find out that, even with such mathematically correct perfect proportions, the two scale beams, or rather the two parts of the same scale beam, will never form a perfect horizontal plane. But one part will be a little bit out of balance from the other, and the manufacturer of the scale will have to modify the scale beam on one side or the other with a file or hammer. The reason for this lies of course in the principle mentioned above.
[1.6] But as this relationship can thus be seen in all bodies, it is all the more entirely typical of those bodies which are not formed by human hands, but which My power has shaped in a way that they have to be shaped in order to be sustainable. Therefore the center of gravity and the center of physical measurements can’t be imagined to be in the same point, just as this is not possible with positive and negative polarity.
[1.7] Now you will certainly ask: How can this be understood? But, in order to teach you about it, I now respond: Why are the two poles of a magnetic bar not in the mathematical center of it, but in most cases rather at both ends of such a bar?
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