The atoma, or central sun of the earth, is the heart of the planet. It contracts and expands in a pulsing action, sending energy waves through the space of the central cavity and out through the many arteries of the earth. Within the atoma, there are four polarity chambers. They are composed of atoms which contain “inverted” nuclei, caused by the incomplete chain reaction of hydrogen changing helium, or “black hole” effect, which takes place in the core of the atoma. For an analogy, picture a human heart inside a sphere. The heart is composed of “hyper-atoms”– atoms with inverted nuclei. The rest of the sphere is composed of “normal” atoms. Within the heart are four main chambers: the right and left auricles and the right and left ventricles. These are the four chambers of the heart-atoma at the center of our planet. The heart of the atoma (the mechanics of the atoma as a functioning heart) is called the regula aspa. The two chambers on the right side of the human heart are in harmony with the positively charged side of the regula aspa. The left side of the human heart is synchronized with the negatively charged side of the regula apsa.
Planets, Star-Suns and all living things have an atoma. That of human beings is just above the heart and out from the body about 2 1/2 inches.