# Spiral structure of an ELECTRON according to the knowledge of PRIMORDIAL ALLATRA PHYSICS

*In fact, electron consists of 13 phantom Po particles
and has a unique structure. - from PRIMORDIAL ALLATRA PHYSICS report*

I am a simple engineer and quite recently had a chance to familiarize myself with the report «PRIMORDIAL ALLATRA PHYSICS» which was prepared by the international research group of the ALLATRA International Public Movement and which contains unique information on the structure of an electron.

After having studied in more detail the information in the report, as well as in the books of Anastasia Novykh, certain geometric patterns of the spatial structure of phantom Po particles (concentrated clusters of septons) in the spiral structure of an electron were revealed. The research has started from visual analysis of the Figure 8 presented on page 62 of the report PRIMORDIAL ALLATRA PHYSICS [1] and from the figurative example of the electron transformation from a particle into a wave on page 173 of AllatRa book, which both got me very interested

*Picture from the report PRIMORDIAL ALLATRA PHYSICS*

*Picture from AllatRa book*

Let’s analyze the facts presented in the report and in the AllatRa book:

- Echoes of this ancient teaching which existed in the East were reflected in different Indian literary books including such collection as "Vaysheshika-sutra" where there is a mention about an extremely small particle which has a spherical form (parimandalya) and which is a constant unchangeable first cause of things (p. 11) [1].
- …in three-dimensional world the ezoosmic membrane has practically no thickness, but at the same time it really exists and its inside space is infinite. Between nearby ezoosmic membranes which are on one straight line there is always an absolute distance (by size). (p. 45) [1]
- Phantom Po particle is an ordered structure, which is in constant spiral movement. (p. 61) [1]
- Electron consists of 13 phantom Po particles (p. 76) [1]
- …scientists do not yet know that the electron itself is twisted into a spiral (helix). Moreover, depending on the charge location, this helix (one and the same) can be both left-handed and right-handed. It is thanks to this spiral shape and a change of location of charge concentration that this electron goes easily from the particle state to a wave and vice versa. (AllatRa book, p. 172) [2]
- …In the particle state, the electron has a negative external charge and a left-handed helix, and in the wave state it has a right-handed helix and a positive external charge. And the whole transformation happens due to ezoosmos. (AllatRa book, p. 173) [2]

If we look closer at the Figure 8, we can find the following geometric patterns in the spatial structure of the phantom Po particles in the left-handed spiral structure:

- Notional centres of the phantom Po particles of the electron’s left-handed spiral structure are located on the sphere’s surface (similar to an extremely small particle which has a spherical form (parimandalya)).
- Notional centres of the phantom Po particles are evenly distributed from one sphere’s pole to the opposite, that is, an absolute distance (by size) between ezoosmic membranes corresponds to the distance between phantom Po particles along the central axis, joining the main and the closing phantom particles (each phantom particle is located on its own level).
- Spatial left-handed spiral of an electron has a variable radius.
- The number of loops in the electron’s left-handed spiral is equal to 7 (seven).

For the further analysis of the left-handed spiral structure of the electron I decided to use the AutoCAD program [3]. With the help of this program I drew a spiral along which the spheres of conditional radius (phantom Po particles) were automatically placed. The parameters of the archimedean spiral are as follows:

- The number of loops in the electron’s spiral structure remained constant and equal to 7;
- The radius of the biggest loop was considered to be equal to 1;
- The height of the spiral was changed randomly to observe the results of the modeling.

It turned out that when looking at the spiral structure from the top, one can see that the phantom Po particles are arranged in a certain way (Fig. 3), namely in the form of AllatRa sign (book “AllatRa”, p. 474) [2], which is also present on the title page of the report “PRIMORDIAL ALLATRA PHYSICS.”

Such a spatial spiral structure did not correspond exactly to the Figure 8 in the report [1], however, its similarity is obvious, and thus it was necessary to model the spiral correctly and clarify the spatial arrangement of the phantom Po particles and then they would form a working AllatRa sign. So, it was necessary to analyze everything from a different perspective.

**Working sign “AllatRa”: an empty circle with an empty crescent with its horns facing upwards**

Let’s introduce a relative value \(\Delta\) which will represent the ratio of the number of loops to the number of spaces between the phantom Po particles in the electron.

*Table 1*

**Parameters of the ELECTRON’s spiral structure**

Number of loops in the electron |
7 |

Number of spaces between phantom Po particles |
12 |

Number of phantom Po particles |
13 |

Relative measure for ezoosmic interval |
0,5833(3) or 7/12 |

This relative value \(\Delta\) underlies the fundamental process of maintaining the temporary existence of all material Universe - the process of EZOOSMOS.

It is known that one full loop of the spiral corresponds to the 360° angle. It’s also evident that the notional centres of the phantom Po particles are distributed evenly along the axis of the electron connecting two polar points, that is, phantom Po particles are located on certain levels (similar to the cities that are located on different latitudes of our planet). Since the absolute distance between the ezoosmic membranes remains constant in any conditions (p. 59) [1], then it can be considered to be equal to 1. And 7 loops of the electron’s spiral correspond to 2520°.

\(7*360^o = 2520^o\)

Thus dihedral angle (\(\measuredangle^o\)) between the neighbouring notional centres of the phantom Po particles located on the successive levels can be calculated according to such a formula:

\(\measuredangle^o = (\Delta) * 360^o = (^7/_{12}) * 360^o = 210^o\)

Since the 210^{o} angle is an external angle, then an internal angle between the lines to the notional centres of the neighbouring phantom Po particles equals: 360^{о} - 210^{о} = 150^{о}

Let’s have a look at the general principle of arrangement of the electron’s spiral structure. There is always one phantom Po particle on the upper pole and one on the lower pole (one main particle and one closing particle). Other phantom Po particles are unevenly distributed along the trajectory of the spiral structure at the equal dihedral angle (210°) and an interval of equal height (which can be considered to be equal to 1). In this way the notional centres of the phantom Po particles are arranged on the surface of the sphere, a diameter of which equals to the number of spaces between the electron's phantom Po particles (diameter of the sphere equals 12).

For convenience we can use the formulas for transition from spherical coordinate system (azimuthal angle (\(\phi\)) and polar angle (\(\theta\)) of the notional centre of the phantom Po particle) to Cartesian coordinate system (x, y, z) [4]. The origin in the Cartesian coordinate system matches the geometric centre of the sphere (middle of the electron’s axis) on the surface of which the notional centres of the phantom Po particles are arranged. Given coordinate system is local.

*Table 2*

**Formulas for transition of coordinates of the notional centre of the phantom Po particle relative to the geometric centre of the sphere to Cartesian coordinate system**

x - coordinate |
\(x = R * cos (\phi) * cos(\theta)\) |

y - coordinate |
\(y = R * cos (\phi) * sin(\theta)\) |

z - coordinate |
\(z = R * sin (\phi)\) |

where R is the radius of the electron’s sphere and is equal to 12; \(\theta\)– is the polar angle of the notional centre of the phantom Po particle (i.e. azimuth of each phantom Po particle changes every 210° counterclockwise); \(\phi\) is the azimuthal angle of the phantom Po particle. The \(\phi\) number of the notional centre of the each phantom Po particle is determined from the known third z-coordinate, which corresponds to the level of arrangement of the phantom Po particle relative to the geometric centre of the sphere:

\(\phi = arcsin(z/R)\)

Then the three-dimensional coordinates of the notional centres were imported into the AutoCAD [3] program and further modelling was done. Below the schematic representations of the spatial arrangement of the phantom Po particles in the ELECTRON are given:

**Fig. 3. Schematic representation of the arrangement of the phantom Po particles in the spiral structure of the ELECTRON**

**Fig. 4. Arrangement of the phantom Po particles on the surface of the sphere of the ELECTRON**

It is necessary to note that the distance between the neighbouring phantom Po particles along the spatial spiral structure of the electron varies because the radius of the sphere on the surface of which the spatial spiral is located varies as well. If we schematically stretch out the spiral of the electron, then it will look in the following way (Fig. 5):

**Fig. 5 The stretched spiral structure of the ELECTRON.**

After the spatial arrangement of the phantom Po particles became known, it was necessary to connect them and see what we get. The best way to connect the arcs was as shown on the image below:

**Fig. 6 Variants of the formation of a working AllatRa sign**

Since all of the phantom Po particles are in constant spiral motion, as well the particle itself (the electron) which makes a spiral motion in ezoosmic space, such a schematic representation of AllatRa sign corresponds only to its schematic static state. In Figure 6 there are two ways a circle can be drawn (a circle above the crescent), but at the given time it is not known for sure which interpretation of this sign is a correct one, thus this question remains open and motivates for further research. In the dynamic case, however, the representation of AllatRa sign will correspond to the working AllatRa sign from the “AllatRa” book (p.473) [2].

**CONCLUSION**: the spatial arrangement of the notional centres of the phantom Po particles on the spiral structure on the ELECTRON corresponds to the points through which it is possible to draw symmetrical arcs and a circle resulting in an image very similar to the working AllatRa sign.

*Morris Flapper*

**Key words:** electron, elementary particles, structure on the electron, PRIMORDIAL ALLATRA PHYSICS, phantom Po particle, spiral structure, working AllatRa sign.

**Literature:**

[1] - Report “PRIMORDIAL ALLATRA PHYSICS” by the international group of scientists of the International Public Movement “ALLATRA” under the editorship of Anastasia Novykh, 2015 http://allatra-science.org/en/publication/iskonnaja-fizika-allatra;

[2] – Novykh, A. “AllatRa”, 2013 http://allatra.us;

[3] – Official website of the Autodesk company in Russian and CIS countries http://autodesk.ru/;

[4] – Bronshtein I.N., Semendyayev K.A. Handbook on Mathematics. For engineers and university students. 13th edition, corrected. Moscow, publishing house “Наука”, the chief editorial office for physics and mathematics literature, 1986 http://publ.lib.ru/ARCHIVES/B/BRONSHTEYN_Il'ya_Nikolaevich/_Bronshteyn_I.N..html