Chapter.Page  OriNooraChaka 

40 Beelzebub Tells How People Learned and Again Forgot About the Fundamental Cosmic Law of Heptaparaparshinokh 

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“In brief, then, for the second time on your planet, in this still quite young China, after the loss of the continent Atlantis, these two twin brothers again constated and categorically made clear that all the separate and, by their exterior, independent phenomena—if each of them is taken as a unit—are in the totality of their manifestations again seven secondary independent units, having their own subjective properties; that these secondary independent units in their turn, consist of seven tertiary units, and so on to infinity; and that in each of these primary, secondary, tertiary, etc., units, the processes of mutual relation and mutual influence proceed equally in every detail down to the smallest exactitudes and with equal consequences. 
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“By the way, during their investigations, they then first defined, with separate names, the first seven independent aspects taken by them of the whole result, as well as their secondary and tertiary derivatives. 
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“Namely, the first seven fundamental aspects of each whole they called: (1) ErtiPikanOn 
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“And the secondary: (1) ErtiNooraChaka 
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“And in order to distinguish to which of the three mentioned results of cosmic processes the given definition referred, they added after each of these definitions the following: “For the definition of the nuances of sound they, noting the number of their vibrations, always added to this the word ‘Alil.’ 
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“For the definition of the particularities of the composite of the ‘whiteray,’ they added the expression ‘NarKhraNoora.’ 
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“And for the definition of the active elements of the Polormedekhtian product called opium, they added only the number of their, what is called, ‘specific gravity.’ 
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“And to define specificvibration and specific gravity, these great terrestrial learned beings took as the standard unit the unit of vibrations of sound, then first called by them the ‘Nirioonossianworldsound.’ 