What we call “matter” is light concentrated (contracted, focused). Matter is relatively hot due to the intense pressures.
“Fast-moving short waves simulate solids, while slow-moving long waves simulate the gases of space which surround solids. Waves of motion are substanceless, however. They merely simulate substance.” - Walter Russell
“CONCENTRATION is an effect of gathering a very large volume of rarified matter like gases, or light rays which you cannot see into a small volume which compresses it into solid matter or focal point of light which you can see.” - Walter Russell
What we call “space” is light decentrated (expanded, radiated). Space is relatively cold, but not without seeming light motion. Therefore “space” is the negative half of the physical universe, while “matter” is the positive half. The pressures of motion between space and matter balance each other out continuously. The debated concept of an “Aether” (Ether), is not a mysterious and separate substance, but is the oneness of Light in its least dense form, returning to or coming out of stillness. Your material body is connected to every other body by this gaseous field.
“Space is as much matter as planets are but of an opposite form, potential and purpose.” - Walter Russell
“Mass is held together by the pressures of its potential position. A dense mass will break up into its units when placed in a low pressure environment. This process is called ionization [decrystallization].” - Walter Russell
“Particles of matter form wherever desire of Mind to express form takes place - and that is everywhere.” - Walter Russell
“(…) all bodies are thought-bodies expressed in reversed pairs, one half being concentrated, (or compressed) into visible forms, the other half being decentrated, or expanded, into invisible forms. Bear in Mind also that thought-bodies interchange with each other, each becoming the other alternately, as the pendulum swings to interchange its visible and invisible counterparts alternately.” - Walter Russell
“Matter does not live, whether it be patterned in the shape of a human being, a sun or a tree. Matter is composed of electric waves which record God’s thinking, but God never creates LIFE, for He alone is LIFE. His creations manifest Him but they are not Him, just as man’s creations are not man.” - Walter Russell
“Electric matter is but a mirror which reflects qualities outside itself to simulate those qualities within itself.” - Walter Russell
“In Nature the black negatives of space entirely surround the white positives. If you look at the stars you will see the black negatives of space through which white light is being projected RADIALLY inward toward a center of gravity, to reproduce white star bodies at their centers.” - Walter Russell
“The greatest error of science is in relation to space. Science thinks of space either as a void or as an ether through which solids of matter travel. The fact is that space travels with its solids, for each solid is surrounded by a minus zero equal-and-opposite vacuity of the plus zero which we call matter. Matter floats in these insulating spatial [ gaseous ] counterparts. Positive electricity [contraction] is accountable for the solids and negative electricity [radiation] is accountable for the space. All matter comes out of space by the action of positive electricity and is returned to space by the action of negative electricity. White-hot suns come from the blackness of cold space and cold space radiates from hot suns. The matter of space consists of holes surrounded by corpuscular solids, while the matter of solids consists of small dense cores surrounded by vast tenuous holes of space.“ - Walter Russell
“The very purpose of the hot suns is to act as crucibles for melting [ decrystallizing ] the raw materials which the Creator needs for expressing the idea of the universe. Contrarily, the very purpose of space is to cool the melted matter set out in order that it may become conditioned for the complex expressions [ crystallization ] of Creation. The two-way interchange between spatial holes and material solids is continuous.” - Walter Russell