Colors & Refraction


Every color of the rainbow is a frequency at which the fabric of the light body vibrates


What we perceive as white light is vibration of the fiber. Different colors are different frequencies within the fiber. Using a prism, the vibration within the fabric of the light body can be slowed down gradually, thereby slowing down the vibration of the fiber and refracting white light into spectral colors as we observe them in rainbows.  The color red has the lowest frequency, the color indigo the highest. Generally, colors are expressed in the frequency of the fiber. Different colors are known to have different frequencies. In the heliocentric model, these frequencies are described as waves lengths since the latter interpretation of light put up by A. Einstein asserts that “light particles” travel in a wave like motion. In the light body concept, the frequencies of light are referred to the vibration of the fiber. The speed of light is the speed at which the fiber of the light body conducts and distributes vibration as light isn't traveling away from the light source, but is initially present in the  form of a “static” fiber. As soon as the source is set in vibration, the vibration spreads out at an immense speed which we call the speed of light