Here is painting #64 of the 100 Telepathic Paintings.
In this one, the reversals of electricity, specifically in relation to the Cathodic Direction [as explained in previous posts], which allows easy television travel from East to West or the other direction, is presented for subsequent explanation.
The 100 Paintings were originally created using methods of Reversed Photography invented by M. Daguerre for his Dioramas in Paris, a technique still in use in 1931, when the Manchu Edison Film Corporation constructed the Manchurian Pavillion at the Exposition Coloniale in Paris, in order to present the new invention of Telepathic Cinema within a latter-day version of one of these Dioramas, as designed by the German Television inventor Paul Nipkow. This will all be explained in due time.
Movietalkers used paintings like this during the presentation of the telepathic movie. This is somewhat similar to the work of the kamishibai presenters in 30's/later Japan, who themselves were former katsuben [a type of movietalker, non-telepathic], and the precursors to television [which was informally known as denki kamishibai in the earliest years, or electric kamishibai]. But much more on all this soon... these are placeholders.