Forces – Where do they originate?

If you open any physics text book you will notice the use of the word force (as in F=ma).  However, what is being described in this equation is not a force at all but a relationship between two other measurements.  The variable ‘m’ or ‘mass’ is a measurement which requires its own force and ‘a’ or ‘acceleration’ which also requires it’s own force.  The problem is in trying to define mass and acceleration.

These definitions refer back to each other in a self-referential manner.  For example, one definition (there are many) says:

In physics, the property of matter that measures its resistance to acceleration.

So mass, in this instance, refers to acceleration and acceleration is defined as:

Mechanics. the time rate of change of velocity with respect to magnitude or direction; the derivative of velocity with respect to time.
Now acceleration refers to velocity and velocity is defined as:
Mechanics. the time rate of change of position of a body in a specified direction.
Now if velocity is defined as above, then in no way has any force been defined or measured since we are simply left with ‘time’ which is also a relationship between what was before and what is now.  No forces have been directly measured.  If we then look at the concept of ‘gravity‘, we are left working with the mass of two object in relation to radius of those objects.  Again, there is no inherent force in the ‘radius’ of an object and as we’ve seen above, the mass of an object has no inherent force.  Therefore, ‘gravity‘ cannot be a force but only a definition of a relationship between objects.
So the question that arises is: What is a force and where does it originate?
Forces have their origin in the hidden (occult) or unmeasured worlds.  As previously written, hidden forces are real and have a direct, meaningful and potent affect on our lives.  As Goethe’s Faust says:
In thy Naught I hope to find the All.
This brings us to the most difficult of places.  We are crossing over into the threshold of the ‘naught’ and most are terrified to venture there.  We have ask ourselves why it is so uncomfortable to look into a region that is our true origin?  In most cases we have been conditioned to seek the ‘hidden’ through authoritative paths (ie. religion) or to dismiss it completely (ie. scientism).   But why have we been ‘directed’ into these paths?  That is an even more complicate answer.
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