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by Dale Pond, John Keely,


Nikola Tesla, Edgar Cayce
and seven others

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Understanding and Using


the Science of Sympathetic Vibration

by Dale Pond
John Keely
Nikola Tesla
Edgar Cayce
Clara Bloomfield,Moore
Lawrence Oliphant
Louise Off
Henry Wood
R. Harte
Dr. Hall
Henry Hudson

Edited by Dale Pond

The Message Company


Table Of Contents

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Disintegration of Stone . 0 ••••••••••••••••••• , •••••••••••••••••••••• , ••••••••••••••• 0 •••••• 0 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• , •••••• 0 9
by R. Harte
Etheric Force Identified as Dynaspheric Force ............................................................................. 17
by Mrs. Clara Jessup Bloomfield-Moore
One Phase of Keely's Discovery
in its Relations to the Cure of Disease ................................................................................ 29
by Mrs. Clara Jessup Bloomfield-Moore
On Dynaspberic Force .......................... .............................................. ........... ,_ ... ......... ... ................. 39
by Laurence Oliphant
What is Matter and What is Force? ...................................................... ......................................... 43
The Astral Light ... ,......................... 0 •• 0 51
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by Louise A. Off
Mr. Plum's visit to Keely's Laboratory .......................................................................................... 54
from Dashed Against the Rock
Pyramids, Telescopes and Light ..................................................................................................... 62
by John Keely, from Dashed Against the Rock
Levitation .......................................................................................................................................... 64
by John Keely, from Dashed Against the Rock
Amplitude of Force ....................... ..: ................................................................................................ 66
by John Keely, from Dashed Against the Rock
The Chord Settings of Life .............................................................................................................. 70
by John Keely, from Dashed Against the Rock
The Dyna.lIlics of Mind ................. 0 .. 0 • • 00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • • • • • • • • 72
by Henry Wood
The Neutral Center .......................................................................................................................... 78
by John Ernst Worrell Keely
Theory and Formula of Aqueous Disintegration .......................................................................... 80
by John Keely
Keely's Motor Secret Revealed at Long Last ................................................................................ 84
By Dale Pond
Sympathetic Vibratory Physics ....................................................................................................... 86
by Dale Pond
Keely's Definitions of IDs Own TerDlS ....................... 0 . . ........... .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 • • • • 00 • • • • • • • 00 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 91
by John Keely
The Basis of a New Science
by John Keely ................................................. ........................................................................ 94
La w of Matter and Force ...................... .......... ............................................................ 96 0 ....................

Law of Corporeal Vibrations ............................... 100


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Law of Corporeal .................................................................... 102 0 .................................

Law of Harmonic Vibrations ..................................................................................................... 0" 106


Law of Transnussive Vibraic Energy .... ............ 108
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Law of Sympathetic Oscillation .................. .............................. ............................................ ........ 112


Law of Attraction ................................................................ ..................................................... .... ..114
Law of Repulsion ............................................................................. ~............................... ............... 114
Law of Cycles ..... 116
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Law of Elecn-ic Conductivity ................................................................ ,.................................... ,.. 202
Music: A Vibration Analysis Shortcut ......................................................................................... 204
by Dale Pond
Scale of Forces in Octaves ..................................................................................... ,....................... 208
by John Keely
Induction, Sympathy & Resonance .............................................................................................. 212
by Dale Pond
Gravity ................. ........................................................................................................................... 214
by Edgar Cayce & John Keely
Music of the Molecule .................................................................................................................... 218
by Dale Pond
Much Ado About Nothmg .............................................. ................................................................ 220
by Dale Pond
Music - The Realm of Activity ..... ..... ............ ....... ............................. .............. ................. ............ 224
by Dale Pond
Vibration vs Oscillation .................................................................................................................. 225
by Dale Pond
The Neun-al Force .......................................................................................................................... 225
by Dale Pond
Polarity ............................................................................................................................................ 226
by Dale Pond
Clara Jessup Bloolllfield-Moore ................................................................................................... 228
by Dale Pond
Keely's Trexar - A Superconductive Wire ................................................................................... 232
by Dale Pond
Musical Intervals ............................................................................................................................ 233
by Dale Pond
John Keely - A Personal Interview ............................................................................................... 236
by Dr. Hall, Scientific Arena
A Second Visit to Mr. Keely .......................................................................................................... 240
by Dr. Hall, Scientific Arena
Mr. Keely's Researches - Sound Shown to be a Substantial Force ........................................... 244
by Henry B. Hudson
The Keely Motor Dlustrated ......................................................................................................... 248
by Henry B. Hudson
Deciphering Keely's Harmonic & Inharmonic Chords .............................................................. 254
by Dale Pond
Keely's Triple Chords .................................................................................................................... 258
by Dale Pond
Keely's Acoustic Theoretical Charts ............................................................................................ 260
by John Keely

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Chart defining angles of radiation and the full line of quadruple


settings for full Etheric circuits, as also the
Chords of Neutral Centre ................................. ..................................................... Front Cover

Chart Sh'o wing Key to Vibratory Rotation ..................................................................................... 16


Triple Molecule Configuration ............................................. 21
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Chart defining angles of radiation and the full line of quadruple


settings for full Etheric circuits, as also the
Chords of Neutral Centre. .................................................................................................... 28
Keely's Compound Disintegrator ............................................................................................... .. .... 38
Keely in H is Lab .................................... ,................... 0 42
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Etheric Force Generator and Etheric Motor .................................................................................. 50


Circle of Musical Notes with Colors ........... ............................. ........................................................ 54
Gravity Overcome with Vibration ................ 6()
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Keely's Vibratory Switch .................................................................................................................. 61


External View of Atom ...................................................................................................................... 63
Three Dynaspberic Envelopes .......................................................................................................... 63
Triple AtoDlS in Molecule ................................................................................................................. 63
Lines of Interference of Triple Envelopes ....................................................................................... 63
Chart Showing the triple condition of the vibratory flows governing the molecule
during disruption. 1st Order of Vibration .......................................................................... 65
Original Keely Patented Motor Drawing (top view) ...................................................................... 68
Original Keely Patented Motor Drawing (front view) ................................................................... 69

In the Beginning was the Word ........................................................................................................ 83


Etheric Vapor Lifting Weight Experiment ..................................................................................... 93
Keely's Musical Sphere Motor ......................................................................................................... 95
Keely and His Musical Sphere Motor .............................................................................................. 99
Vibration .......................................................................................................................................... 103
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Vibration D.l ustrations .................................................................................................................... 1M
Compound Disintegrator ................................................................................................................ 105
Vibratory Globe and Resonator ... .... ...... ........ ............................ .. .... ........ .. ........ ....... .............. ....... 105
Medium for testing vibration under different orders of evolution ............................................. 105
Law of One ....................................................................................................................................... 107
Sympathetic Negative Attractor ..................................................................................................... 111
Rotating Resonator, weight 780 Ibs. and Vibratory Globe .......................................................... 120
Vibratory Globe and Accelerator ... ....................................................... ..................... ....... ............ 121
Vibratory Planetary Globe ............................................................................................................. 139
Keely, His Final Motor and Dynamo .......................................................... ... ................................ 145
Etheric Chord 8th Octave ............................................................................................................... 148
Quadruple Chord 3rd Octave ........................................................................................................ 148
Musical Sphere Motor (internal view) ........................................................................................... 149
Chord of Equation 5th Octave ................................................ ........................... .... .... .................... 152
Sympathetic Chord of Transrnission ............................................................................................. 152
Chord of Radiation 1st Octave ....................................................................................................... 152

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Neutral Chord any Octave •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 152
Hydro Pneumo Vacuo Motor (figure 1) ........................................... " ........................................... 153
Hydro Pneumo Vacuo Motor (figure 2 & 3) ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 155
Hydro Pneumo Vacuo Motor (f'Igure 4) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 157
Hydro Pneumo Vacuo Motor (figure 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9) ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 159
Computation of Etheric Force exerted on lever ........................................................................... 161
Levitation Apparatus? ............................................................................ " ..................................... . 163
Keely's Atomic Triplets .................................................................. , ............................................... . 165
Feyman's Atomic Triplets ............................................................................................................... 165
Hydro Pneumo Vacuo Motor (stilI existing) ................................................................................. 167
Dynaspheric Shells on Molecule ..................................................................................................... 168
Hydro Pneumo Vacuo Motor (stilI existing) ............................................................... , ................ . 169
Triangle and Circle Relationships ................................................................................................. 171
Compound Disintegrator ................................................................................................................ 173
Keely's Provisional Engine ............................................................................................................. 175
Liberator .......................................................................................................................................... 177
Nestled Triangles and Circles ......................................................................................................... 179
Music Staffs ...................................................................................................................................... 179
Neutral Center ................................................................................................................................. 179
Three Different Waveforms ........................................................................................................... 182
Harmonic Series .............................................................................................................................. 182
Amplitude Modulation ............................... , ................................................................................... . 182
Frequency Modulation .................................................................................................................... 182
Keely's Molecular Morphology ...................................................................................................... 189

Vibratory Indicator ......................................................................................................................... 195


Attractive Disks ..........................................................., .................................... '" ........................... . 195
Musical Globe .................................................................................................................................. 195
Medium for testing Centripetal Force ........................................................................................... 195
Pneumatic Gun ................................................................................................................................ 199
Modern Molecular Morphology ..................................................................................................... 201
Keely with Vibrodyne Motor ................................ '" ...................................................................... . 207
Keely's Lab ·................. .••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 210
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Unidentified Machinery .................................................................................................................. 211


Globe Motor and Provisional Engine ............................................................................................ 217
Musical Ratios of Sphere ................................................................................................................ 218
Musical Ratios of Ovoid ..........................................................................., ..................................... . 219
Globe Motor and Provisional Engine ............................................................................................ 223
Keely's Provisional Engine ......................................... , ................................................................... 231
Keely's Lab ·...................................................................................................................................... 235
Generator of Etheric Vapor ................................................................ '" ....................................... . 247
Keely and His Etheric Vapor Cannon ........................................................................................... 252
Sketch of Motor .................. , ............................................................................................................ 253
Waveform ......................................................................................................................., ................ . 254
Music Staff ·...................................................................................................................................... 254
An Organ Pipe Curve and its Components ................................................................................... 255
Three different waveforms ............................................................................................................. 255
Harmonic Series .............................................................................................................................. 255
Musical Scale .................................................., ................................................................................. 255
Compound Waveform ............................................................................................ , ....................... . 256
Zither and Anti-gravity Experiment ............................................................................................. 257

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feet of that tremendous force that lies Beyond disintegration lies disper-
behind the secret. Indeed. that pal ticu- sion. and Keely can just as easily dis-
lar application of the force was a solve the atoms of matter as disinte-
chance discovery. One day the inventor grate its molecules. Dissolve them into
was studying the action of currents of what? Well.---into ether. apparently;
ether playing over a floor upon which into the hypothetical substratum which
he had scattered fine sand.---the ether modern scientists have postulated. and
was rolling the sand into ropes.n-when about whose nature they know abso-
a block of granite. which was used for lutely nothing but what they invent
fastening back a door. disintegrated un- themselves. but which to Keely is not a
der his eyes. He took the hint. and in a hypothesis. but a fact as real as his
few days he had made a vibratory disin- own shoes; and which ether. indeed.
tegrater. seems to be the protoplasm of all
Who is this man. and what is this things. As to the law of gravity. it ap-
force? to whom. or to which. boring a pears very like a delUSion. in the light
tunnel into the mountain side is mere of Keely's experiments. or. at least. but
child's play? Surely. were such things one manifestation of a law of very much
true. science would long ago have filled wider application---a law which pro-
the world with the renown of such a vides for the reversion of the process of
man-nthe man who has discovered a attraction in the shape of a process of
force in nature compared to which all repulsion. One of Keely's little scientific
known motor or mechanical forces are experiments is to put a small wire
like the scratch of a nail. or the breath round an iron cylinder that weighs sev-
of a child. Surely the press. the plat- eral hundred weight. and when the
form. and even the pulpit would have force runs through the wire. to lift the
resounded with the glad tidings of so cylinder up on one fmger and ca Ily it
great a victory over the stubborn pow- as easily as if it were a piece of cork.
ers of nature. a victory which goes so Not long ago he moved. single-handed.
far towards making man the master of a 500 horse-power vibratory engine
things in this material planel from one part of his shop to another.
Those who argue like that know lit- There was not a scratch on the floor.
tle of modelIl science and its votaries. and astounded engineers declared that
An Anglican bishop never ignored a dis- they could not have moved it without a
senting preacher with more dignified derrick. to bring which in operation
grace than the professor of orthodox would have required the removal of the
science ignores the heterodox genius roof of the shop. Of course it is but a
who has the audacity to wander beyond step in advance of this to construct a
the limitations which received opinion machine which. when polarized with a
has placed upon the possibilities of na- negative attraction. will rise from the
ture. The fact is that men of science eal th and move under the influence of
have perSistently ignored. and know ab- an etheric current at the rate of 500
solutely nothing about. the great de- miles an hour. in any given direction.
pa I tInent of nature into which Keely This is. in fact. Keely's air ship.
penetrated years ago. and in which he Lately. he has applied his force to
has now made himself at home. Not optics. and by means of three wires
long ago a Fellow of the Royal Society of placed across the lens of a microscope
Edinburgh. Major Ricarde-Seaver. went he makes its mag . . g power equal to
to Philadelphia to convince himself as that of the great telescope in the Lick
to the nature of Keely's discovery. He observatory - the largest in the world.
returned. saying that Keely was work- Why don't all astronomers and opti-
ing with. and had the apparent com- cians run to look through Keely's mi-
mand over forces. the nature. or even croscope. and to examine into the pro-
the very existence. of which was abso- cess? Perhaps if Galileo were alive he
lutely unknown to him. and so far as might express an opinionI
he is aware. to modeln science. But. the reader may naturally ex-

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claim. how long has this been going on. delight from nearly every lecture hall.
and we to know nothing about it? Mr. pulpit. counting-house. and newspaper
Keely is now over 60 years of age. and office in the so-called civilized world!
he has worked since he was a boy. at The world has hardly ever recognized
times. upon various inventions before its benefactors. until it has become
his discovery of ether. For the last 18 time to raise a statue to their memory;
years he has been constantly employed 'in order to beautify the town.' Jeal-
with experiments upon the ether; for ousy. stupidity. the malignity which is
eighteen long years he has worked day born of conscious inferiority. are at this
and night. with hand and brain. in the moment putting in Keely's road every
face of discouragements that would impediment which law and injustice
long ago have killed the owner of a less can manufacture. Two hundred years
heroic soul; and he has worked almost ago he would have been burned. a cen-
single handed. Slander. ridicule. open tury since he would have been probably
accusations of fraud. charlatanry. in- mobbed to death. but thank God we are
sanity---everything evil that it could en- too Civilized. too humane to burn or
ter the head of the knave of the heart of mob to death those who make great
the fool to conceive. every mean insinu- discoveries. who wish to benefit their
ation. every malicious lie that prejudice. fellow men. or whose ideas are in ad-
bigotry. ignorance. self-conceit. vested vance of their age - we only break their
interests. greed. injustice. dishonesty. hearts with slander. ridicule. and ne-
and hypocrisy could concoct---these glect. and when that fails to drive them
have been the encouragement which. so to suicide. we bring to bear upon them
far. the world has bestowed upon the the ponderous pressure of the law. and
discoverer of the profoundest truths heap upon them the peine forte et dure
and laws of nature that have ever been of injunctions. and orders. and suits. to
imparted to the profane. or even hinted crush them out of a world they have
at. outside of the circle of Initiates. And had the impel 1lnence to try to improve
now it has been proved in a hundred and the folly to imagine they could save
ways. and before thousands of persons from suffering without paying in their •
competent to judge of the merits of his own persons the inevitable penalty of
machines. that he has really discovered crucifixion. Had it not been for the obli-
previously unknown forces in nature. gations inculled by Mr. Keely. writes
studied them. mastered some of their Mrs. Bloomfield-Moore in the Philadel-
laws. invented. and almost perfected. phia Inquirer. of Jan. 20th of this year.
apparatus and machinery that will in accepting the aid of the Keely Motor
make his discoveries of practical appli- Company - in other words. had scien-
cation in a hundred ways---now that he tists. instead of speculators. futnished
has actually done all this. how does the him with the means necessary to callY
world treat him? Does Congress come on his 'work of Evolution,' the secrets
forward with .a grant to enable him to which he has so carefully guarded
complete his marvelous work? Do men would now have been public property.
of science hail him as a great discover- so little does he care personally for fi-
er. or hold out the hand of fellowship? nancial results. As it is. those who have
Do the people do honour to the man witnessed his beautiful experiments in
whose sole entreaty to them is to re- acoustics and sympathetic vibration
ceive at his hands a gift a thousand were often too ignorant to comprehend
times more precious to them than their meaning. and. consequently. even
steam engine or telegraph? It is a literal after expressing gratification to him.
fact that the world to-day would tear went away from his workshop to de-
Keely to pieces if it had the power to do nounce him as a Cagliostro. while oth-
so. and if he fell exhausted in the terri- ers. competent to judge. have refused to
ble struggle he has so long maintained. witness the production of the ether. as
his failure to establish his claims would Sir William Thomson and Lord Raleigh
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few years since. The company here pose that did not promise an immediate
mentioned has been a thorn in the in- dividend.
ventor's side ever since it was orga- It is to a woman, not a man, that
nized. It has been bulled and beared by the eternal honour is due of having
greedy speculators, in whose come to Keely's rescue, and saved hu-
interests the American newspapers for manity from once more disgracing itself
years have been worked, the results of by doing genius to death with broken-
which the inventor has had to bear. For hearted want and neglect. That wom-
many years the Company has contrib- an's name will go down the centuries
uted nothing towards Mr. Keely's ex- inseparably connected with Keely's dis-
penses or support, and in the opinion coveries. Probably no more romantic in-
of many lawyers it is virtually dead. cident ever happened in the history of
How far it is entitled to his gratitude invention than the connection between
may be gathered from the fact. as stat- this wealthy and large-minded woman
ed in Mrs. Bloomfield-Moore's al ticle and this slandered and persecuted gen-
above quoted, that when Mr. Keely ius, and no stranger one than the way
abandoned his old generator of etheric in which she was led, by a series of
force, baffled in his attempts to wrest most unfortuitous events, to offer her
from nature one of her most carefully aid. From that day this lady has been
guarded secrets, harassed by his con- not only his benefactor, but also his co-
nection with the Keely Motor Company. worker, trusted friend, and courageous
some of the officers and stockholders of defender. With the exception of his
which had instituted law proceedings friend, those who have occupied them-
against him, which threatened him with selves with Keely's discoveries have
the indignity of imprisonment, he de- confined their attention to its commer-
stroyed many of his marvelous models, cial value. This was to be expected, for
and detel mined that, if taken to prison, Science now is the hand-maid of trade,
it should be his dead body and not him- and Religion has become the fawning
self. follower of Science. There is, however, a
• When the history of his discoveries higher aspect to Keely's discoveries,
and his inventions come to be written and that their value as contributions to
there will be no more pathetic story in man's knowledge of Nature and natural
the annuals of genius than that of John laws. So far as that is concelned, Kee-
Worrell Keely. The world hereafter will ly's success is an accomplished fact.
find it hard to believe that in the last His work, explaining his whole system,
quarter of the 19th century a man with is now in the Press, and were he to die
an insight into the secret workings of tomorrow he will be just as great a fig-
nature, and a knowledge of her subtler ure in the world's history as he would
forces, which, whenever it is utilized, be were a thousand speculators to clear
will relieve mankind from much of the ten million dollars apiece by his inven-
grinding toil that now makes bitter the tions. Fancy honouring €opelllicus or
existence of the vast majority of mor- Galileo because the yelping jackals of
tals, that such a man should have been speculation, who were their contempo-
left to starve, because in all the ranks raries, grew fat by feeding on their
of Science there was not found one man brains!
capable of understanding his colossal Whether Keely's inventions will be
work - because in all the ranks of relig- commercial success at present is an-
ion there was not found one man able other matter. The force, or, rather forc-
to realize the enlarged conception of es, which Keely handles, are the same
Deity immanent in Keely's great as those known under other na mes in
thoughts - because in all the ranks of Occultism, and it is the belief of Occult-
commerce, of speculation, of literature, ists that these forces cannot be intro-
of art, there was not ' found one man duced into the practical life of men, or
large enough, generous enough, unself- fully understood by the uninitiated, un-
ish enough, to fumish money for a pur- til the world is fit to receive them with

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benefit to itself - until the balance of the "'Occultists see in everything the (to
good and the evil they work is decidedly us) etelnal action of two opposing pow-
on the side of the good. Keely himself is ers or principles, which are ever seek-
persuaded that the world will derive al- ing equilibrium, and never fmd it, for
most unmixed benefit from his discover- behind them there is a defmite tenden-
ies; but an Occultist would prefer to say cy towards that which we call progress,
that inventions and discoveries are dis- which tendency gives the preponder-
closed to man, rather than to credit ance to one of these powers, and thus
genius with the elaboration of ideas - prevents the establishment of eqUilibri-
disclosed, that is to say, through the um, in other words of stagnation and
brain of the ostensible inventor by one death. Now all great discoveries are
of the higher powers that gUide the des- manifestations of one of these powers
tinies of humanity. The discoveries of or forces only, and, however good in
Keely have an occult side, which per- themselves, tend to disturb the equilib-
haps he himself may not fully perceive, rium of terrestrial life more than is re-
but it is upon that side that it depends quired for the normal rate of universal
whether those discoveries themselves progress; and therefore they produce a
are fitted, by reason of sympathetic vi- disproportion of parts, and the opposite
bration of a still more inner ether than power or force gathers strength to re-
Keely has publicly spoken of, to har- sist and check the exaggeration. Al-
monize with the mass chord of our ready, in the estimation of an ever-
present civilization, and manifest in the growing number of thinking men, the
material life of man. Occultists believe inventions imd discoveries of the
that there are intelligent powers behind present century have proved them-
the visible things and events of life, selves a curse rather than a blessing.
which powers alone can say So far shalt The have raised the world's standard of
thou go, and no further; but they do not comfort, and at the same time they
believe that these powers act as a deus have lowered the power of purchasing
ex machina, for in themselves they are these very comforts, a desire for which
part of the natural order of things, and they have generated. The advantages
act in and through material and imma- that accrue from steam and from ma-
terial nature. We at present in our nor- chinery have not been distributed, but
mal state of consciousness know these have become the property of a small
powers only as forces and laws, and minority. Year by year competition is
when we become conscious of them as becoming fiercer, and labor more ardu-
intelligent entities, we perceive at the ous and continual, and men are grow-
same time that they themselves are gov- ing more and more like living ma-
elued by higher wills and intelligences, chines, and the helpless slaves of
which act through them, as they act machinery and of institutions. An oper-
through us, and are to them their forces ative, in these days of steam power, has
and their Laws. less liberty than a slave ever had, ex-

• Franck, in Die Kabballa, says: We learn, by the last three Sephiroth, that the Universal Providence,
that the Supreme Artist, is also Absolute Force, the all-powerful Cause; and that, at the same time, this
cause is the generative element of all that is. It is these last Sephiroth that constitute the natural world, or
nature in its essence and in its Active principle, Natura naturans. This passage is quoted in Isis Unveiled
(Vol.I,p.40), the authoress adding: "This Kabalistic conception is thus proved identical with that of the Hindu
philosophy. Whoever reads Plato and his Dialogue Timaeus, will find these ideas as faithfully re-echoed by
the great philosopher." They are all, in fact echoes of the archaic Secret Doctrine of the Occultists; and it is
somewhat singular (pour Ie dire en passant) that the newspaper press so persistently refers to Theosophy
as a new, or new-fangled, religion or philosophy, whereas the ideas now called theosophical are the oldest
in the world, and may be found, more or less disguised or mutilated, and under many different forma and
names, in all the great philosophical and religious sytems of antiguity. One is forced to conclude that the
complaint, so often heard, that competition now compels young people to earn their bread while they ought
still to be at school, applies with a good deal of force to a certain class of writers for the press.

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Disintegration of Stone

actlng with a consciousness other than ly Will; for inorganic as well as organic
our consciousness for the attairunent of matter, however infiniteSimally small it
ends that transcend our narrow calcu- may be, possesses a pal ticle of the di-
lations. ' vine essence in itself... What is, then,
Be this as it may, Keely's discover- this inexplicable power of attraction but
ies, and Keely's personality also, have a an atomical portion of that essence that
peculiar interest for Theosophists, for Scientists and Kabalists equally recog-
the force with which he is working is nize as the 'prinCiple of life' - the Aka-
without doubt the ether of the ancient sa? Granted that the attraction exer-
philosophers, which is one aspect of the cised by such bodies may be blind; but
Akasa, the underlaying great force -in as we ascend higher the scale of organ-
nature, according to the Secret Doc- ic beings in nature, we find this princi-
trine, a force whose existence has been ple of life developing attributes and fa-
recognized from time immemorial under culties which become more determined
various fanciful names, and whose and marked with every rung of the end-
property is sound, whether audible or less ladder. Man, the most perfect of or-
inaudible to us; or, in more modern ganized beings on ea I th, in whom mat-
language, whose characteristics are vi- ter and spirit - i.e., Will - are the most
bration and rhythm. It corresponds to developed and powerful, is alone al-
the seven-fold Vach of Hindu Philoso- lowed to give a conscious impulse to
phy, and is the raison d'etre of spells that principle which emanates from
and Mantrams. It is the basis of hal mo- him, and only he can impaJ't to the
ny and melody throughout Nature. This magnetic fluid opposite and various im-
force is alluded to many times in Ma- pulses without limit as to the direction.
dame Blavatsky's Isis Unveiled. On Isis Unveiled was published nearly elev-
page 139, vol 1., we read: The Akasa is en years ago; and in her forthcoming
a Sanscrit word which means sky, but work, The Secret Doctrine, the autho-
it also deSignates the imponderable and ress enters more fully into this and oth-
intangible life principles, the astral and er matters only sketched or hinted at in
celestial lights combined together, and her fOlmer volumes.
which two form the anima mundi, and It is the fact that Keely is working
constitute the soul and spirit of man; with some of the mysterious forces in-
the celestial light fOlming his nous, cluded under the na me Akasa that
pneuma, or divine spirit, and the other makes his discoveries interesting to
his psyche, soul, or astral spirit. The Theosophists. It is the fact that he has
grosser pa I ticles of the latter enter into shown magnificent courage and fixity of
the fabrication of his outward fOUll, the purpose under every kind of opposition,
body. The Akasa is connected on the and the fact also that he has been sup-
one hand with physical matter and on ported all through by the generous be-
the other with WILL, that intelligent, in- lief that his discoveries will be of ines-
tangible, and powerful something which timable benefit to mankind that make
reigns supreme his personality of interest. If he can
over all inert matter. Of the Akasa succeed in making his marvelous dis-
in this respect we read on page 144, coveries pay dividends, science may be-
vol,I., of Isis Unveiled: The mysterious gin to give attention to them; for men of
effects of attraction and repulsion are science, like other men, require a sign
the unconscious agents of that will; fas- before they can accept as truth the
cination, such as we see exercised by things that are beyond their compre-
some animals, by serpents over birds, hension, and the value of a scientific
for instance, is a conscious action of it, discovery is now determined by its mar-
and the result of thought. Sealing-wax, ket value.
glass, and amber, when rubbed, Le.,
when the latent heat which exists in R. Hal te (Sec. T.P.S.)
every substance is awakened, attract July, 1888
light bodies; they exercise unconscious-

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erIc orce

erIc orce
Clara Jessup Bloomfield-Moore

"Science is to know things." other end with the engine or cannon. as


Herodotus. the case may be. which is operated by
such vibratory power. Until recently.
"Knowledge is developed by experience from in- comparatively speaking. Keely stored
nate ideas." force. as he generated it. in a receiver;
Plato and experiments were made by him in
the presence of thousands. at various
"Truth is not attained through reflection. but times. for the purpose of testing the op-
through immediate intuition. We neither originate erations of this force. liberated in the
thought nor its form. " presence of his audience and stored up
Aryan Teachings
in this small receiver. The editor of the
SCientific Arena thus describes what
"It may be said that if all things come from only
one cause or internal source, acting within itself.
took place at one of these exhibitions.
then motion and matter must be fundamentally
when he was present:---"The confined
and essentially one and the same, and we look
vapor was passed through one of the
upon matter as being latent force and upon force small flexible tubes to a steel cylinder
as being free matter. " on another table. in which a vertical
Franz Hartmann, M.D. piston was fitted so that its upper end
bore against the underside of a power-
JOHN WORRELL KEELY---the dis- ful weighted lever. The superficial area
coverer of compound inter-etheric force. of this piston was equal to one-half of a
as operating in the animal organism. square inch. and it acted as a movable
man - is a great thinker, and a great fulcrum placed close to the hinged end
student of the capabilities of nature in of the short aIm of this lever. whose
offering to man's intelligence the means weight alone required a pressure of
whereby he may discover for himself 1,500 pounds to the square inch
the secrets she often veils without en- against the piston to lift it.
tirely concealing. After testing the pressure by several
The result of more than twenty small weights. added to that of the lever
years of perSistent effort to apply this itself. in order to determine how much
force to the operation of machinery has. power had already been accumulated in
at last, been enabled to produce conti- the receiver. the maximum test was
nuity of motion in his engine; but, up to made by placing an iron weight of 580
this time, he has not so mastered this pounds. by means of a differential pul-
subtle force as to control reversions. ley. on the extreme end of the long al III
The development of his various discov- of the lever. To lift this weight. without
eries has been one uninten upted work that of the lever SUppOll ing it. would re-
of evolution. reaching. within the last quire a pressure against the piston of
year. he thinks. the sphere of perfect vi- 18.900 pounds to the square inch.
bratory sympathy, both theoretically counting the difference in the length of
and practically. The proof of this is the two arms and the area of the piS-
found in the fact that he now transmits ton. which we. as well as several others
vibrations along a wire. connected at present. accurately calculated. When
one end with the vibratory machine all was ready. and the crowded gather-
which is the source of power, and at the ing h~d formed as well as possible to
see the test. Keely turned the valve-

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Universal Laws Never Before Revealed .. Keely's Secrets

wheel leading from the receiver to the succeeded in his efforts to produce con-
flexible tube, and through it into the tinuity of motion. Equally ignorant are
steel cylinder beneath the piston, and those, who would wrench by force his
simultaneously with the motion of his secrets from him before the time is ripe
hand the weighted lever shot up against for their disclosure. Let us suppose that
its stop, a distance of several inches, as Faraday, when he discovered radiant
if the great mass of iron had been only matter in 1816, had formed a "Faraday
a cork. Then, in order to assure our- Phospho-Genetic Radiant Company," to
selves of the full 25,000 pounds to the enable him to experiment: fully cogni-
square inch claimed, we added most of zant of all that Crookes has since dis-
our weight to the al m of the lever with- covered, and had taken for his base in
out forcing the piston back again. experimenting the principle involved in
Mter repeating this experiment till Crookes' discovery. Not succeeding at
all expressed themselves satisfied, Kee- first, we will suppose that the Company
ly diverted his etheric gas to the excit- became clamorous for returns, and de-
ing work of firing a cannon, into which manded that his secret principle should
he placed a leaden bullet about an inch be made public. Had he been driven
in dia meter. He conveyed the force from into making known, who would have
the receiver by the sa me kind of flexible credited what Crookes is now able to
copper tube, attaching at one end of it prove? The effect would have been upon
to the breech of the gun. When all was the Faraday Company the same as if a
again in readiness he gave a quick tum balloon were punctured just as it was
to the inlet valve, and a report like that soaring heavenward. The same with the
of a small cannon followed, the ball Keely Motor Company, had Keely
passing through an inch board and flat- obeyed the order of the Court in 1882,
tening itself out to about three inches and made his marvelous secret public.
in dia meter, showing the marvelous It would have collapsed. Therefore, he
power and instantaneous action of this has maintained his secret in the inter-
strange vapor. ests of the stockholders of the Keely
The difficulty encountered by Keely Motor Company with a firmness worthy
in his old generator of etheric force of a Christian mal tyro The one person
grew out of the fact, in part, that the to whom alone Keely then disclosed it
vaporic power produced was so humid thought him under a delusion, until he
that he could not, when he attempted had demonstrated its soundness. When
to utilize it, obtain its theoretical value he said, in all solemnity, "Now, I feel as
in work. This difficulty has been entire- if you and I were the god and goddess
ly overcome by dispensing with the wa- of this world," the effect upon the hear-
ter which he used in liberating etheric er was no more than it would have been
force, by his old generator; and, by this had a patient in a hospital for the in-
depa I ture, he has attained a success sane spoken the words. Charles B. Col-
beyond that which we anticipated by lier, Keely's patent lawyer, writes as fol-
himself, when he abandoned his origi- lows, concerning the difficulties
nal line of experiment. Ignorant, in- attendant upon "the supposed duty" of
deed, of the nature of Keely's work his client's impal ling his "secrets," as
must those men be who accuse him of ordered by the Court to do, some time
"abandoning his base" or "prinCiple," since:---
each time that he discovers his mis- If to-day, for the first time in your
takes:---using them as stepping-stones lives, you saw a hal p attuned and being
to approach nearer and still nearer to played upon, you would hardly expect,
his goal. Reproaching him, even, for without considerable time and study, to
keeping his own counsel, until cel tainty be able to reproduce the harp, attune
of success rendered it prudent for him its strings in proper relation to each
to make known that he had changed other, and to play upon it so as to pro-
his field of experiment from positive at- duce the ha ('monies which you had lis-
traction to negative attraction, he had tened to. Mr. Keely's work is analogous

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Etberic Force Indentified as Dynaspberic Force

to the illustration which I have present- great problem of the universe can ever
ed. inasmuch as he is dealing with the be sCientiflcally solved is by studying.
subject of sound. or acoustics. but in a and aniving at just conclusions with
much more involved fOlm than as ap- regard to the true nature and character
plied simply for the production of har- of force. This has been Mr. Keely's life
monies for the delight of the ear. Mr. study; and he is able to demonstrate all
Keely's engine is analogous to the that he asserts.
mechanism of the human ear. in the re- The author of No. 5 of the pamph-
spect that it is a structure operated lets issued by The Theosophical Publi-
upon. and its notion induced by vibra- cation SOCiety. "What is Matter and
tion; and to the end of securing and at- What is Force. " says therein. "The men
taining. in and by it. unifOlmity or reg- of science have just found out 'a fourth
ularity of motion. there must be perfect state of matter.' whereas the occultists
unison or synchronism. as between it have penetrated years ago beyond the
and his structure which is the prime sixth. and therefore do not infer. but
source of vibration. To attain this per- know of. the existence of the seventh,
fect unison or synchronism. has in- the last. "This knowledge comprises one
volved unparalleled research and exper- of the secrets of Keely's so-called "com-
iment upon his part---experiments that pound secret." It is already known to
have varied from day to day. No one. in many that his secret includes "the aug-
my opinion. who had not stood by his mentation of energy. "the insulation of
side. as his shadow. watching every ex- the ether." and the "adaptation of dy-
periment. could have kept fully abreast naspheric force to machinery."
of him. To pursue my Simile. I may say Laurence Oliphant writes: Recent
that his harp (engine) is not yet perfect- scientiflc research has proved conclu-
ly attuned ("graduated"); when it is so. sively that all force is atomic --- that
it will produce nothing but hal mony electricity consists of fIles of pal ticles.
(regularity of motion). and his work will and that the interstellar spaces contain
be flnished. substances. whether it be called ether
At such time. I doubt not that he or astral fluid (or by any other name).
will be able to give to Mr. Boeke!, myself which is composed of atoms. because it
or another. the scale with which to re- is not possible to dissever force from its
construct and attune another appara- transmitting medium. The whole uni-
tus so as to produce like results with it; verse. therefore. and all that it con-
but to go over the ground that he has tains. consists of matter in motion. and
gone over. to explore the wildelness in is animated by a vital principle which
which he has been the pioneer. in other we call God.
words. the study. to a full understand- "Science has further discovered that
ing of them. of his experiments and re- these atoms are severally encompassed
searches. as recorded in his writings by an ethereal substance which pre-
and illustrated in the beautiful charts vents their touching each other. and to
which he has produced. will be a work this circumambient, inter-atomic ele-
rather for scientists than for mechani- ment they have given the name of dyna-
cians or engineers sphere; but. inasmuch as has further
Mr. Keely's "Theoretical Expose'" is been found. that in these dynaspheres
in preparation for the press; and. when there resides a tremendous potency. it
these volumes are issued. we may look is evident that they also must contain
for a change of attitude towards him in atoms. and that these atoms must in
all men who hold themselves ready to their tUIn be surrounded by dyna-
·abandon preconceived notions. however spheres. which again contain atoms.
cherished. if they be found to contradict and so on ad infinitum Matter thus be-
truths; which. Herbert Spencer says, is comes inflnite and indestructible. and
the fIrst condition of success in scientif- the force which pervades it perSistent
ic research. The Rev. J. J. Smith. M.A.. and everlasting.
D.O .. tells us that the only way the "This dynaspheric force. which is

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Etheric Force Indentified as Dynaspheric Force

To all who are conversant with Mr. solve all that now menaces our race; as
Keely's theories a similarity of views will it was never menaced before. as has
be evident. been said.
The President of the British Associa- The structure of the air molecule. as
tion. Sir Henry Roscoe. in his address believed in by Keely. is as follows: ---
before that body. said: "In nature there Broken up. by vibratory action. he fmds
is no such thing as great or small; the it to contain what he calls an atomic
structure of the smallest pal ticle. invisi- triplet. The position of a molecule. on
ble even to our most searching vision. the point of a fme ca mbric needle sus-
may be as complicated as that of any of tains the same relation to the point of
the heavenly bodies which circle round the needle that a grain of sand sustains
our sun." As to the indivisibility of the to a field of ten acres.
atom. he asks this question: "Notwith- Although. as Sir H. Roscoe has said.
standing the properties of these ele- "In nature there is no such thing as
ments have been studied. and are now great or small." the human mind can-
known with a degree of precision for- not conceive such infmitesimal minute-
merly undrea mt of. have the atoms of ness. We will. then. imagine a molecule
our present elements been made to magnified to the size of a billiard ball.
yield?" He continues: "A negative an- and the atomic triplet magnified to the
swer must undoubtedly be given. for size of three marbles. in the triangular
even the highest of terrestrial tempera- pOSition. within that molecule. at its
tures. that of the electric spark. has center; unless acted upon by electricity.
failed to shake anyone of these atoms when the molecule. the billiard ball. be-
in two." comes oblate. and the three atoms are
This is an error. for it is well known ranged in a line within. unless broken
by those who are fully acquainted with up by the mighty force of vibratory ac-
the principle involved in Keely's inven- tion. Nature never gives us a vacuum;
tions that the intense vibratory action consequently. the space within the
which is induced in his "Liberator" has
accomplished what the retort of the
chemist has failed to do. what the elec-
tric spark has left intact. and what the
inconceivably fierce temperature of the
sun and the volcanic fires has turned
over to us unscathed. The mighty Genii
imprisoned within the molecule. thus
released from the chains and fetters
which Nature forged. has been for years
the the tyrant of the one who rashly in-
truded. without first paving the way
with the gold which he has since been
accused of using in experiments with
reckless and wanton waste! For more
than a score of years has Keely been
fighting a hand-to-hand fight with this
Genii; often beaten back by it. para-
lyzed at times. even. by its monstrous
blows; and only now so approaching its molecule not occupied by the atomic
subjugations as to make it safe to har- triplet must be filled with something.
ness it for the work that is calling for a This is where the Genii- "the all-
power mightier than stea m. safer and prevading ether"---has made its secret
more unifOIm in operation than elec- abode through untold eons. during
tricity; a power which. by its might and which our world has been in course of
beneficence. will ameliorate the condi- preparation for its release. to fulfill its
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Universal Laws Never Before Revealed .. Keely's Secrets

and high; but, failing in his attempt to been experimenting with, and the phe-
make an automatic arrangement upon nomena attending them, are the very
which its usefulness in mechanics de- antithesis of each other. Keely does not
pended, Keely found a new standard for feel the shadow of a doubt as to his
research in an experiment often made eventual success in producing engines
by himself, but never before successful, of varying capacities; small enough, on
which resulted in the production of a the one hand, to operate sewing ma-
machine in 1885 which he na rued a chines with, and large enough, on the
"Liberator" --- not so large as a lady's other hand, to propel the largest ships
small round work-table. Continuing his that plough the seas. Every fact and
labor of evolution Keely within one year feature surrounding the case warrants
made such astonishing progress, from the belief, notwithstanding the incre-
experiments with this beautiful piece of dulity of all who have not witnessed the
vibratory mechanism, as to combine progress of Mr. Keely, step by step, that
the production of the power, and the his success will be complete, and his
operation of the cannon, his engine and work stand as the most colossal exam-
his diSintegrator in a machine no larger ple of the survival of the fittest, in the
than a dinner plate, and only three or process of inventive evolution. Cox
four inches in thickness. This instru- says: "not one of the great facts which
ment was completed in 1886, up to science now accepts as incontrovertible
which time his experiments had been truths but was vehemently denied by
conducted upon a principle of sympa- the scientists of its time:---declared to
thetic vibration, for the purpose of liber- be a priori impossible, its discoverers
ating a vapour or etheric product. His and supporters denounced as fools and
later experiments have been confined to charlatans, and even investigation of it
another modification of the vibratory refused as being a waste of time and
sympathy; and the size of the instru- thought." "History repeats itself," and
ment used now, '88, for the same pur- Arniel's definition of science gives the
poses is no larger than an old- key to the incredulity of scientists in
fashioned silver watch, such as we see reference to Mr. Keely's discovery; for if,
in Museum collections. The raising of a as Arniel has said, "science is a lucid
lever with an apparent uplifting expan- madness occupied with tabulating its
sive force of between 20,000 and own hallucinations," it is not strange
30,000 pounds to the square inch, the that men of science should refuse to in-
. g of the engine, the firing of the vestigate what they conSider the hallu-
cannon, are conducted without one cinations of others.
ounce of pressure in any part of the ap- It is an undisputed fact that "too
paratus, and without the production or much has been conceded to science,
presence of what has been known as too little to those sublime laws which
Keely's ether. The force is now trans- make science possible." But the one law
mitted along a wire (of platinum and which regulates creation, and to which
silver), and when the lever is lowered
there is no exhaustion, into the atmos-
phere of the room, of any up-lifting va- * A system of pendulums tuned to swing the
por, as was always the case when ether various ratios of the musical scale, form a "Silent
was used in this experiment; nor is Harp" of extraordinary interest. This "Silent Harp,"
there any vapor impinging upon the D.C.Ramsay, of Glasgow, has shown to his stu-
dents of harmony for many a year. A pen, placed
piston under the lever to raise it.
by means of a universal-jointed arrangement be-
Mr. Keely has named this new tween any two pendulums of this "Silent Harp," so
modification of the one force in nature as to be moved by a blend of their various mo-
"Negative Attraction," which to the un- tions, writes, with all the precision of gravitation, a
initiated does not suggest as much as it portrait of the chord which two corresponding
would had he called it "Exploded Hum- strings of a sounding harp would utter to the ear.
bug." This spiral writing ia a Pendulograph; exquisite
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Etberic Force Indentified as Dynaspberic Force

all other laws are made subservient, ference of substance or matter, but only
keeping in ha .. mony the systems upon a difference of the junction of matter in
systems of worlds throughout space, the ratio of its atomic vibration." It is by
developing sound and colour, animal changing the vibrations of cosmic ether
and vegetable growth, the crystalliza- that Mr. Keely releases this energy, and
tion of minerals, is the hidden law, Dr. Kellner in Austria produces electric-
which develops every natural science ity in the sa me way; while it is said that
throughout the universe; and which a chemist in Prague produces magne-
both Kepler and Newton anticipated tism; also Dr. Dupuy, of New York, who
would be revealed in our age. "You can has been for years experimenting in
even trace the poles in sound," writes this field without meeting with Keely's
Mrs. F. J. Hughes, a niece of Darwin, in progreSSive successes.
her work upon the "Evolution of Tones Horace Wemyss Smith, in comment-
and Colours." The experiments made by ing upon the fact that, at the time of
Mrs. Watts Hughes, at the annual Re- Franklin's discovery, men in France, in
ception of the Royal Society, and the Belgium, in Holland, and in Germany
Pendulograph* writings by Andrew of were pursuing the same line of experi-
Belfast, have a bearing upon Keely's ment, says that there is something wor-
discovery; illustrating the workings of thy of observation in the progress of sci-
this hidden law of nature. ence and human genius, inasmuch as
Of all women Mrs. Hughes ap- in countries far distant from each other
proaches nearest to the theories of Mr. men have fallen into the same tracks,
Keely. Concerning them she writes to a and have made similar and correspond-
friend well versed in music, as music is ing discoveries, at the same period of
taught: - "From ignorance of the time, without the least communications
present Science of MUSiCians, which with each other.
you know so thoroughly, it is easier for Laurence Oliphant's recent works
me to grasp his meaning, than for you. give us the clue to an tion of
1 have lately been proving by sCriptural this fact; and Lowe, in his
types how Nature's laws in the lower Pbysiolog)l:, condenses the answer in
creation develop by fifths below and by these words: "Man is not the governor
fourths above the key-note, the two and commander of the created world;
meeting in one ha nnony: art mingling and were it not for superhuman influ-
both, creating discords, and undulating ence constantly flowing into created
them into harmony. Dr. C. Mal tin says: fOlms, the world would perish in a mo-
- 'Musicians must have discords; the ment. It is this superhuman influence,
ear is educated to them: but every one felt most by those who have educated
must allow that the nearer Art follows the hidden sense (with which all men
nature, the more perfect it is.' Mrs. are bOln), which inspires all discovery,
Hughes adds: "I think Keely must have all invention, all poetry, all of truth, let
caught the center where both laws it take whatever fOlm it may. This sixth
unite, or act upon Nature's law only." sense is as much undeveloped in the
Of the law of periodicity, Hartmann mass of mankind as sight would be had
writes: "Its actions have long ago been we been born with our eye-lid sealed;
known to exist in the vibrations produc- able to distinguish nothing beyond the
ing light and sound., and it has been rec- period of day-light from the reign of
ognized in chemistry by experiments night, and remaining sealed all the
tending to prove that all so-called simple years of our life upon eal tho We know
elements are only variolLs states of vi- that some spiritually minded persons
bration of one primordial element, mani- seem to possess powers unknown to
festing itself in seven principal modes of those who are spoken of in SCripture as
action, each of which may be subdivided the camal minded; and it may be that
into seven again. The difference which with dim vision they are able to discern
exists between so-called single sub- as in a glass darkly, without education
stances appears, therefore, to be no dif- of this hidden sense, truths which are

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Universal Laws Never Before Revealed .. Keely's Secrets

Wdden from others. Of such are men fession, doing the work assigned him,
and women of genius. Again, there are in the space assigned, without under-
others who possess uncertain, unrelia- standing where he was, or what the re-
ble powers, which often lead astray sult would be, and unable to judge
those who commit themselves to the di- whether the a rrangements for tWs work
rection of these powers. What infallible were reasonably planned by Ws master
medium of superhuman influence? or not. The laborer worked the handle
Spiritualism represents a great truth, of a pump, he saw the water flow into
behind the spiritism wWch stands in numerous channels for irrigation of the
the same relation toward it that coun- soil; little by little, shrubs grew and
terfeit coin holds to sterling gold. The blossomed and bore fruit" and the la-
operations of our sixth sense are as li- borer passed . on to more irnPOI tant
able to be deceptive as are the opera- work, understanding better and better
tions of our other senses; and are limit- the anangement of the establishment,
ed or governed by law in the same way. and never doubting that its Lord had
We cannot see in total darkness, and planned all for the best. Our race has
tWs hidden power, susceptible of edu- been pumping water for generations,
cation, can only be brought into use by planting the seed, watcWng the growth
an illuminated mind; a mind that has of the plants, the shrubs, and the trees;
studies the laws of evolution and invo- not always satisfied, however, that the
lution, the descent of spirit into matter, Creator of the universe had planned as
and the re-ascension of matter to spirit well as all might have been planned, or
- laws of the life-impulse beginning in that there was any plan, or any Crea-
the elemental kingdom and ending in tor.
an evolution of man, far beyond the There are men in various parts of
comprehension of man of the present the world, unknown even by na me to
day. Man and woman as units, contin- each other, who tell us by the sign of
ues Oliphant, are still so ignorant of the the times that the season of harvesting
great powers wWch they themselves in- is approaching; the season for gather-
herit that they wholly fail to see them, ing the fruit, wWch has been deferred,
though they sweep like mighty seas century after century, because man-
throughout all human nature. kind is yet not ready, in the opinion of
When mankind has become suffi- many, to share the fruit with one an-
ciently spiritualized by the process of other.
evolution laid down in the plan of the Hyndman says that capitalism has
great Master, then shall we know our- been as necessary as serfdom in the
selves and our powers as we are known progress of the human race; and its
to Him. True Science must first open stores will continue to be garnered and
wider the path of religion - a religion of used to spread the great net-work of
progress, a religion suited to the wants railways, steam navigation, telegraph
of humanity, as well as a humane relig- and telephone lines, wWch have given
ion - the religion, taught by our Holy bread to millions and millions; encour-
Master, of love for our fellow-men, of aging paid labor and bringing nearer
hallnony with all that is good - at war and nearer the age of love and hal mo-
only with evil; not with those who, ny, which, it has been predicted that
warped by transmitted tendencies, the twentieth century will usher in.
commit evil. An eye for an eye, a tooth Renan, the French theologian, writ-
for a tooth, is the old Jewish law. ing of the advances to be made in sci-
Christ's law is the law of love, which is ence by the discovery of nature's se-
God's law. Do unto others as ye would crets, said that, although he had
have others do unto you ; and tWs is ceased to look forward to an . g very
the law which we need to fulfIl, in order unexpected, he envied those who
to p and regenerate mankind. should live to see the wonders of the
Hitherto we have been, in one re- twentieth century. For, he added they
spect, like the laborer in Tolstoi's Con- who live then will see things of wWch

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Etberic Force Indentified as Dynaspberi_ Force

we have no conception. Already the netism. etc.


light of a new dawn is breaking upon When the time is ripe. these are of
the world of science. These foretold ad- the true scientists who will come to the
vances are heralded by the modifica- front to lead as Progress leads. men
tions of force. before alluded to. The in- who know how to wait upon God. viz ..
strument invented by Dr. Kellner to work while waiting; and to such the
collects and produces electricity directly end is. sooner or later. victory! God nev-
from the ether of the atmosphere with- er hurries. He counts the centuries as
out any friction of solid corporeal sub- we count the seconds. and the nearer
stances and without any chemical we approach to the least comprehen-
agency; the invention of one of the sion of His underlaying pu rpose the
Prague professors. which. it is said. col- more we become like Tolstoi's laborer.
lects and gives out magnetism. seeming who knew that the fruit was ripening
to be derived from changing the vibra- for him and his fellow-men. trusting im-
tions of cosmic ether. as in Keely's and pliCitly in the superior wisdom of his
Kellner's experiments. and other more master.
recent discoveries.
It has been said that when Keely's "Evelmore brave feet. in all ages.
vibratory force shall have taken the Climb the heights that hide the corning
place of steam-engines. the millions of day,
working men who gain with difficulty Evellllore they cry, these seers and sages,
From their cloud, "Our doctrines make no
their daily bread by the work of their way."
hands. will fmd themselves without oc- All too high they stand above the nations,
cupation. The same prediction was Shouting forth their trumpet-calls
made in regard to steam. but instead sublime,
we find the city of Boston giving work to Shouting downwards their interpretations
thirty thousand men in one manufacto- Of the wondrous secrets bOIn of time. "
ry of boots and shoes by steam. in
place of the three thousand shoemak- No man. whose spiritual eyes have
ers who were all that were occupied in been opened to "discern the signs of the
this branch of labor in that city when times." can doubt that we are on the
the work was done by hand. eve of revelations which are to usher in
Dr. Kellner's colleague. Franz Hart- the dawn of a brighter day than our
mann. M.D.. writing in reference to race has yet known; and no prophecy of
Keely's discovery. says: I have taken this brighter day. foretold by prophets.
great interest in him ever since I first apostles. and inspired poets. was ever
heard of him in 1882. As gaslight has made in truer strains than in these glo-
driven away. in part. the smoky petrole- rious lines of Elizabeth Bal rett Brown-
um lamp. and is about to be displaced ing:---
by electricity. which in the course of
time may be supplanted by magnetism. 'Verily many thinkers of this age.
and as the power of steam has caused Aye. many Christian teachers.
muscular labor to disappear to a cer- half in heaven.
Are wrong in just my sense who understood
tain extent. and will itself give way be- Our natural world too insularly. as if
fore the new vibratory force of Keely. No spiritual counterpart completed it.
likewise the orthodox medical quackery Consummating its mearring. rounding a
that now prevails will be dethroned by To justice and perfection. line by line.
the employment of the finer forces of FOllll by fOl1ll. nothing single nor alone;
nature. such as light. electricity. mag- The Great Below clenched by the Great
Above."

27
in Its
Relations to the Cure 0 Disease
Clara Jessup Bloomfield-Moore

"I know medicine is called a science. It ·is osophical Sanatorium at Goritz, in Aus-
nothing like a science. It is a great humbug! Doc- tria, this summer, where medicine
tors are mere empirics when they are not charla- would be dispensed with: but his plans
tans. We are as ignorant as men can be. Who have been interfered with by his visit to
knows anything in the world about medicine? America, where he went last March for
Gentlemen, you have done me the honour to the purpose of ascertaining Mr. Keely's
come here to attend my lectures, and I must tell views in reference to the best manner of
you now, frankly, in the beginning, that I know conducting experimental research in
nothing about medicine, nor do I know anyone reference to the restoration of equilibri-
who does know anything about it. Nature does a um in the human system; the distur-
great deal, imagination does a great deal, doctors bance of which occasions local disor-
do devilish little when they do not do harm. Sick ders and all disease, according to his
people always feel they are neglected, unless
ideas. Paracelsus held that Man is made
they are well drugged, les imbeciles!"
Professor Magendie;
out of the four elements, and is nour-
(before the students of his class in The ished and sustained by magnetic power,
Allopathic College of Paris) which is the Universal Motor of Nature.
He treated disease in two ways - Sympa-
. In the year 1871, the writer was thetically and Antipathetically; but only
sent from Paris to Schwalbach, by Dr. a fragmentary trace of his system can
Beylard, and recommended to the care now be found. Nature, says Dr. Pan-
of Dr. Adolph Genth. She said to the coast, author of The True SCience of
physician, I wish for your opinion and Light, works by antagonism in all her
your advice, if you can give it to me operations: when one of her forces over-
without giving me any medicine. He re- does its work, disease, or at least a local
plied, With all my heart, madam; and I disorder, is the immediate consequence;
wish to God there were more women now, if we attack this force, and over-
like you, but we should soon lose most come it, the opposite force has a clear
of our patients if we did not dose them. field and may re-assert its rights---thus
eqUilibrium is restored, and EqUilibrium
This is a tenible excuse for the use is health.
of those agencies which Dr. John Good The Sympathetic System, instead
says have sent more human beings to of attacking the stronger force, sends
their graves than war, pestilence and fa- recruits to the weaker one, and enables
mine combined. Keely holds the opinion it to recover its powers; or, if the disor-
that Nature works under the law of der be the result of excessive tension of
Compensation and Equilibrium---the Nerves or Ganglia, a negative remedy
law of Hal mony; and that when disease may be employed to reduce the tension.
indicates the disturbance of this law Na- Thus, too, eqUilibrium is restored.
ture at once seeks to banish the disease Dr. Hal bnann disclosed to me in
by restoring eqUilibrium, He seeks to one of his letters that he knew the most
render assistance on the same plan; re- important secret involved in Mr. Keely's
placing grossly material agencies by the compound secret. But he had not in any
finer forces of nature; as has been so way connected this so-called secret with
successfully done by Dr. Pancoast and Mr. Keely. In one of Dr. Hal bnann's let-
Dr. Babbitt in America. It was the inten- ters to me, he writes -
tion of Dr. Hartmann to establish a The- Mr. Keely is perfectly right in saying

29
Universal Laws Never Before Revealed .. Keely's Secrets

gressive links have their positive. nega-


Brain Disturballce tive. and neutral position. When we take
into consideration the st/uctural condi-
"In considering the mental forces as tion of the human brain. we ought not to
associated with the physical. I find. by be bewildered by the infinite variety of
my past researches. that the convolu- its sympathetic impulses; inasmuch as it
tions which exist in the cerebral field are unerringly proves the hlLe philosophy
entirely governed by the sympathetic that the mass chords of such st/lLctures
conditions that surround them. are governed by vibratory etheric flows---
The question arises. what are these the very material which composes them
aggregations and what do they repre- There is no structure whatever. animal.
sent, as being linked with physical im- vegetable. mineral. that is not built up
pulses? They are simply vibrometric res- from the universal cosmic ether. Certain
onators. thoroughly subservient to orders of attractive vibration produce cer-
sympathetic acoustic impulses given to tain orders of structure; thlLs. the infinite
them by their atomic sympathetic sur- variety of effects---more especially in the
rounding media. all the sympathetic im- cerebral organs. The bar of iron or the
pulses that so entirely govern the physi- mass of steel. have. in each. all the quali-
cal in their many and perfect impulses fications necessary. under certain vibra-
(we are now discussing purity of condi- tory impulses. to evolve all the conditions
tions) are not emanations properly inher- that govern that animal organismmthe
ent in their own composition. They are brain: and it is as possible to differen-
only media-the acoustic media-Jor trans- tiate the molecular conditions of a mass
ferring from their vibratory surroundings of metal of any shape so as to produce
the conditions necessary to the pure con- what you may express as a crazy piece
nective link for vitalizing and bringing of iron or a crazy piece of steel; or. vice
into action the varied impulses of the versa. an intelligent condition in the
physical. same.
All abnOllltal discordant aggregations Ifind in my researches. as to the con-
in these resonating convolutions produce dition of moleclLles under vibration, that
differentiation to concordant transmis- discordance cannot exist in the molecule
sion; and. according as these differentia- proper; and that it is the highest and
tions exist in volume. so the transmis- most perfect stllLctural condition that ex-
sions are discordantly transferred. ists; providing that all the progressive or-
producing antagonism to pure physical ders are the same. Discordance in any
action. mass is the result of differentiated
Thus. in Motor A taxis. a differentia- groups. induced by antagonistic chords.
tion of the minor thirds of the posterior and the flight or motions of such. when
parietal lobule produces the same condi- intensified by sound. are very tortuous
tion between the retractors and exten- and zig-zag; but when free of this diffe-
sors of the leg and foot; and thus the rentiation are in straight lines. TO/ tlLOUS
control of the proper movements is lost lines denote discord. or pain; straight
through this differentiation. The same lines denote harmony. or pleasure. Any
tI uth can be universally applied to any of differentiated mass can be brought to a
the cerebral convolutions that are in a condition of hall/lony. or equation. by
state of differential harmony to the mass proper media, and an equated sympathy
of illunediate cerebral surroundings. Tak- produced.
ing the cerebral condition of the whole There is good reason for believing
mass as one. it is subservient to one gen- that insanity is simply a condition of dif-
eral head center. although as many neu- ferentiation in the mass chords of the ce-
trals are represented as there are convo- rebral convolutions. which creates an an-
lutions. tagonistic molecular bombardment
The introductory minors are con- towards the neutral or attractive centers
trolled by the molecular; the next pro- of such convolutions; which. in turn. pro-
gressive third by the atomic; and the duce a morbid ill itation in the cortical
high third by the Etheric. All these pro- sensory centers in the substance of idea-

34
One Phase of Keely's Discovery in Its Relations to the Cure of Disease

tion; accompanied, as a general thing, by presents itself by an evolution of a pure-


sensory hallucinations, ushered in by ly sympathetic flow towards its attrac-
subjective sensations; such as flashes of tive centers. It is only under these condi-
light and colour, or confused sounds and tions that differentiation can be broken
disagreeable odours, etc., etc. up, and a pure equation established. The
There is no condition of the human only condition under which equation can
brain that ought not to be sympathetical- never be established is when a differen-
ly coincident to that order of atomic flow tial disaster has taken place, of 66 2/3
to which its position, in the cerebral field, against the 100 pure, taking the full vol-
is fitted. Any differentiation in that spe- ume as one. If this 66 2/3 or even 100
cial organ, or, more plainly, any discor- exists in one organ alone, and the sur-
dant grouping tends to produce a discor- rounding ones are no/mal, then a condi-
dant bombardment---an antagonistic tion can be easily brought about to estab-
conflict; which means the same distur- lish the concordant ha/Illony or equation
bance transferred to the physical, pro- to that organ. It is as rare to find a nega-
ducing inharmonic disaster to that por- tive condition oj 66 2/3 against the vol-
tion of the physical field which is ume of the whole mass, as it is to find a
controlled by that especial convolution. coincident between differentiation; or,
This unstable aggregation may be com- more plainly, between two individuals
pared to a knot on a violin string. As long under a state of negative influence. Un-
as this knot remains it is impossible to der this new system, it is as possible to
elicit. from its sympathetic surroundings, induce negations alike as it is to induce
the condition which transfers pure con- positives alike.
cordance to its resonating body. Discor- Pure sympathetic concordants are as
dant conditions, i.e., differentiation of antagonistic to negative discordants as
mass, produce negatization to coincident ihe negative is to the positive; but the
action. vast volume the sympathetic holds over
The question now arises. What condi- the non-sympathetic, in ethereal space,
tion is it necessary to bring about in or- makes it at once the ruling medium and
der to bring back nOllnality, or to pro- re-acljuster of all opposing conditions if
duce stable equilibrium in the properly brought to bear upon them"
sympathetic centers? (signed) Keely
The normal brain is like a harp of
many strings strung to perfect hal I1wny. Until Keely's Theoretical Expose is
The transmitting conditions being perfect. given to SCience, there are few who will
are ready, at any impulse, to induce fathom the full meaning of these views.
pure sympathetic assimilation. The dif- So little did Dr. Hal trnann comprehend
Jerent strings represent the different ven- the principle involved that he ignored
tricles and convolutions. The differentia- them 'altogether, and in the more than
tions of anyone from its tt ue setting is one hour's conversation with Mr. Keely
fatal, to a certain degree, to the harmony which followed. instead of keeping to
of the whole combination. this subject matter as requested, he
If the sympathetic condition of any made no illusion to it whatever, and
physical organism carries a positive flow confined his investigations to the me-
of 80 per cent on its whole combination, chanical work of Mr. Keely in its appli-
and a negative one of 20 per cent, it is cation to machinery. In leaving, Mr.
the medium oj perfect assimilation to one Keely again expressed his great delight
of the same ratio, if it is distributed un- in meeting one who knew so much of
der the same conditions to the mass of the hidden working of some of nature's
the other. If two masses of metal, of any laws; whereas, after his departure, Dr.
shape whatever, are brought under per- Hal trnann announced it as his opinion
fect assimilation, to one another, their that, although Mr. Keely had made the
unition, when brought into contact, will greatest discovery of this or of any other
be instant. If we live in a sympathetic age, he would never be able to utilize
field we become sympathetic, and a ten- the force in mechanics, and that his
dency from the abno/ mal to the nO/lllal mission would be to spiritualize the

35

,
One Phase of Keely's Discovery in Its Relations to the Cure of Disease

has upheld him in his struggle to attain tism - not electricity - which is to be the
this end. Still less. if possible. is he un- curative agent of the future, thus reviv-
derstood by those who think he is seek- ing a mode of treatment handed down
ing self-aggrandizement, fame. fortune. from the time of the earliest records.
or glory. and ,made known to the Royal Society of
The time is approaching when all London more than fifty years since by
who have sought to defame this discov- Professor Keil. of Jena. who demonstrat-
erer and inventor. all who have stabbed ed the susceptibility of the nervous sys-
him with unmerited accusations. all tem to the influence of the natural mag-
who have denounced him as a bogus in- net, and its efficacy in the cure of
ventor. a fraud. an impostor. a charla- certain infirmities, as thousands can
tan. a modem Cagliostro. will be forced testifY in our day who are indebted to
to acknowledge that he has done a Parke's Compound Magnets for relief;
giant's work for true science. even trying them as the last resort after hav-
though he should not live to attain com- ing suffered much at the hands of many
mercial success. But history will not for- physicians. as St. Paul said. A grandson
get that. in the nineteenth century. the of Goethe. after calling upon Robert
story of Prometheus has been repeated. Browning many years since. retUlned to
and that the greatest mind of the age. inquire if he had dropped the magnet
seeking to scale the heavens to bring there which he was wearing. as he has
down the light of truth for mankind. missed it after leaving the house. The
met with Prometheus's reward. effect of the magnet is one of the effects
Mrs. Clara F. Bloomfield-Moore of the law of sympathetic aSSOCiation,
July 1, 1888 which Keely demonstrates as the gov-
eming medium of the universe through-
NOTE.---Dr. Hal tmann, in a report. out animate and inanimate nature.
or condensed

statement. in reference to As Cheston Monis. M.D .. has well
Keely's discovery, writes as follows: He said in his paper on Vital Molecular Vi-
will never invent a machine by which brations, We are entering upon a new
the equilibrium of the living forces in a field in biology, pathology, and of
disordered brain can be restored. course, therapeutics. whose limiits are
As such a statement would lead the at present far beyond our ken.
reader of the report to fancy that Keely The adaptability of drugs, says Dr.
expected to invent such an instrument. Henry Wood, to heal disease is becom-
it is better to correct the error that Dr. ing a matter of doubt, even among
Hartmann has fallen into. Keely has many who have not yet studied deeper
never dreamed of inventing such an in- causation. Materia Medica lacks the ex-
str ument. He hopes, however, to perfect act elements of a science. The just pre-
one that he is now at work upon. which ponderance. for good or ill, of any drug
will enable the operator to localize the upon the human system is an unsolved
seat of disturbance in the brain in men- prolem. and will so remain ... After cen-
tal disorders. If he succeeds. this will turies of professional research, in order
greatly simplifY the work of re-adjusting to perfect the a I t of healing. diseases
opposing conditions; and will also ena- have steadily grown more subtle and
ble the physician to decide whether the more numerous ... Only when internal.
differential disaster has taken place divine forces come to be relied upon,
which prevents the possibility of estab- rather than outside reinforcement, will
lishing the equation that is necessary to deterioration cease. Said Plato. You
a cure. ought not to attempt to cure the body
According to Keely's theories it is without the soul.'
that form of energy known as magne-

37

eric orce
by Laurence Oliphant, 1888

Recent sCientific research has stood, it will produce materially a great


proved conclusively that all force is commercial and industrial revolution.
atomic. That electricity consists of flies There is no hard-and-fast line between
of pa I ticles, and that the interstellar the sentient and non-sentient atoms;
spaces contain substance, whether it be just as zoophytes are a connecting link
called ether, or astral fluid, or by any between the animal and vegetable crea-
other name, which is composed of at- tion, so there is a graduated scale of at-
oms, because it is not possible to dis- oms between those which, although ani-
sever force from its transmitting medi- mated by the divine life, are not
um. The universe, therefore, and all sentient, and those which are as highly
that it contains, consists of matter in developed relatively to them as man is
motion, and is animated by a vital prin- to a cabbage. For the highest class of
ciple which we call God. SCience has sentient atoms through which divine
fu I ther discovered that these atoms are force is transrnitted are in the perfect
severally encompassed by an ethereal human fOlm. They are infinitesimal bi-
substance which prevents their touch- sexual innocences male and female. two
ing each other, and to this circum- in one. The tradition of fairies is the lin-
a mbient interatomic element they have gering consciousness, come down from
given the name dynasphere--- but inas- a remote past, of this fact.
much as it has further been found that Owing to the unhappily debased
in these dynaspheres there resides a condition of our planet, this force is not
tremendous potency, it is evident that now operant upon it, except to a very
they also must contain atoms, and that limited and ill1perfect degree - it is
these atoms must in their tUI n be sur- struggling. however, to penetrate into
rounded by dynaspheres, which again the human organism through the chan-
contain atoms, and so on ad infinitum. nel provided for it, and this channel
Matter thus becomes infinite and inde- must, of necessity, partake of the na-
structible, and the force which pervades ture of the forces operant within it---in
it, perSistent and everlasting. other words, it must be a bi-sexual
This dynaspheric force, which is channel. It was this bi-sexual channel
also called etheric, is conditioned as to which Christ ca me to restore by his
its nature on the quality of the atoms miSSion to ea I th; and thus inaugurate a
which fm m its transmitting media, and process by which man should regain his
which are infinite both in variety and in lost bi-une condition. That process has
their combinations and per mutations. now pal tially achieved its consumma-
They may, however. be broadly divided tion in the advent of the complementary
into two categories. the sentient and the half of man whom we call the sympneu-
non-sentient atoms. rna. It is only through the sympneu ma
Dynaspheric force, composed of that the dynaspheric force, consisting of
non-sentient atoms, is the force that bi-sexual atoms, can be prOjected into
has been already mechanically applied nature. It comes for the healing of the
by Mr. Keely to his motor, and which nations, and is all the more necessary
will probably ere long supersede the now because the conditions of nature
agencies now used for locomotives. pro- have of late years undergone such a
jectiles and other purposes; when the change as to render possible the inva-
laws which govern it come to be under- sion of the human organism by forces

39
Universal Laws Never Before Revealed .. Keely's Secrets

similar in character. with this one dif- such transcendent impor lance that per-
ference. that the atoms of which they sons who find themselves in possession
are composed are not bi-sexual. These of this reinforced energy. and able to op-
forces exhibit themselves in the phe- erate upon others hypnotically or for cu-
nomena of hypnotism. thought-reading. rative purposes. should realize the char-
telepathy. mesmeric healing. spiritualis- acter of the agency they are dealing
tic manifestations. and in divers other with---for it is quite impossible for them
ways. and depend for their quality on to project this will-force. or magnetic in-
the source of their projection in the in- fluence. into the organism of another.
visible and the human medium through without projecting the atoms with it.
whom they are transmitted---where Now. these atoms vary in quality from
both are bad. the atoms are in the for m the predatory animalculae to the hu-
of infusoria. or predatory animalculae. man fOI III through an infinite variety of
who prey upon each other. and work types; none of them pure and good.
moral and physical malady. Where both though some are far purer and better.
are relatively good. they are in the form relatively. than the others-nstill no
of separate uni-sexual beings. depend- magnetiser is so perfect that his magne-
ing for their quality upon the medium. tism does not convey to his patients the
and partaking of what moral taint his atoms of the vices and defects peculiar
nature may possess. It must be said to his own nature. of which they may
that the same remark applies to the bi- have been comparatively free.
sexual atoms of the sympneumatic · It may thus happen that a magnetis-
force; but. although imperfect. there is er. while healing the body of a patient.
this guarantee for their superior qUality. may work illeparable moral injury to
that it is not possible for a human being his soul. and this while animated with
to enter upon sympneumatic condi- the best intentions. and quite uncon-
tions. excepting after a long and ardu- sciously to himself. It often happens.
ous discipline and self-sacrifice for his moreover. that the progress of the soul
neighbor. and of great sufferings. can only be achieved by an attenuation
The sympneuma visits none who of the external structural atoms. thus
have not been thus prepared. and who producing physical disease; to heal a
do not live exclusively for the service of person thus under going moral treat-
humanity. to the extinction of private ment. directed from the unseen world.
affections. personal ambitions. or world- by a sudden and premature exercise of
ly considerations of any kind. will-force in this one. applied to his sur-
A false sympneuma may. however. face organism. is to render him a fatal
visit those who are wholly engrossed by service. Again. it may be that the wel-
self; such are the succabi and incubi--- fare of a person's soul is dependent
well-known by the Church-nand the upon its removal from the body at a cer-
force acting through them is the most tain juncture; here. again. human inter-
fatal which can operate upon eal tho ference. by the operation of the human
There are methods. however. not will being free. and yet under specific
necessary to enter upon here. by which law. that free operation cannot be arbi-
the true can be distinguished from the trarily hindered in defiance of the law
false with absolute certainty. All human under which it acts.
emotion is atomic. and it has never The reason why material remedies of
been possible that it should be other- all kinds may be employed with safety
wise. The peculiarity of the atomic force and propriety. is because the curative
of the present day is. that it has re- forces they contain are not composed of
ceived an immense accession of energy. sentient atoms. and can be controlled
. through changes which have operated from the unseen in quite a different
in the invisible. manner from those which are---which
It is these changes which render may. to a certain extent. be influenced
will-force. and magnetic influence so by them. but cannot be controlled.
much more powerful now than they When a person has reached the point.
were formerly; and hence it becomes of which may be attained after a long

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On Dynaspberic Force

sympneumatic training, and a life vestigating it with the object of turning


passed under the influence of that it to account for the benefit of humani-
training, of having no will but that of ty, it has seemed to me necessary to
God operating freely in him, as his own, make these remarks. I have done so in
he may, under a pressure, which he will the hope that they might serve as a
recognize as a divine impulse, put forth warning and an encouragement-nas a
a healing power, but he will have no wal ning of the dangers that beset the
personal desire connected with it; the unwary explorers into these little known
healing force will be put through him ir- and almost untrodden regions; and as
respective of any conscious will he used; an encouragement as indicating the im-
the energy he projects will convey bi- mense potentialities now descending
sexual atoms, which may prove a seed upon the world for its succor in the
sown as a preparation for a sympneu- hour of its approaching need.
matic descent. If I seem to have written with the
At such moments the operator will certainty of conviction, it is with no de-
hold himself exclusively open to Christ, sire to impose my authority arbitrarily
for it cannot be too eamestly insisted upon my readers, but in all humility to
upon, that Christ is the one source and give them the facts as they have been
channel of sympneumatic life, and the revealed to me, after an arduous strug-
healing which comes through it. when a gle and investigation into the methods
person's moral condition renders such of operation of these forces, which has
physical healing desirable. •
lasted nearly twenty-five years .
In the presence of the rapid develop-
ment which dynaspheric force is acquir-
ing, and of the great interest which it is
attracting, especially among good and
ea I nest truth seekers, who are only in-

Dualism or Polarity Dynaspheric Shells


ContrKting
Keely's Molecule Is
The ancient symbol of Yin-Yang surrounded by three
syl'Ttlolizes the two opposites of enveklpes each
male/ female. positive/ negative spinning at a
The shells are
which are really two sides of the tretiendo" canposed of ethenc
same thing. velocity. The "The velocity of the dynaspheric partldes spinning at
natural tendency of shell is 600,000 miles per right angles to each
They are ONE and work as one
when the w~ Is united.
+ each shell Is to
contract towards the
center. These shells
second til i ....5 the ratio in size of a
12 Inch diameter sphere to that
of the diameter of a molecule."
other. Each shell as it
spins will therefore
have two poles and an
Black is usually taken to be the are called Keely equator of attractive
negative or female while white Is Oynaspheres. force. When the shells
properly overlap the
usually understood to be the Neutral interior contents
positive or male polarity. Neutral Pol. ' " cannot possIbly escape.

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orce
(from The Theosophist, September, 1888)

[The continual discoveries with which should be mentioned, was written in answer
modem science astonishes and bewilders to some objections raised by a correspon-
the world create a presumption in the many dent in a previous number of The Theoso-
minds that an article dealing with scientific phist, as to the designation of electricity as a
subjects becomes unreliable when it is a few fOIIll of matter; and the writer does not ima-
years old, because most probably supersed- gine that the question which fmllls its title is
ed by new facts or theories, discovered or fully answered in the text. There remain sev-
formulated in the meantime by the heiro- eral aspects of force almost wholly unno-
phants of the laboratory or the lecture hall, ticed, and it would, of course, be ridiculous
but not yet generally known. Some of these to suppose that the subject of Force has
discoveries would in legal phraseology be been exhausted by dealing with some of its
texilled retroactive - they upset theories hith- manifestations. Had it been the intention of
erto upheld as axioms of science or laws of the article to settle the questions at issue,
nature; and science that has become out of the writer would not have taken for a title
date is quite as much to be avoided as last the query, What is Matter and What is
year's fashions. This, of course, is a danger Force? but would probably have adopted the
which necessarily threatens anyone who, usual style of teachers of science, and head-
not being in the inner circle of scientists, ed the article, What Matter and Force are.
quotes from even the latest editions of scien- Enough is said in the article, however, to an-
tific works, and the uncertainty thereby swer its original pUl pose, namely, of show-
created does much to keep up the unques- ing that the all-important questions, What is
tioning faith which so many persons feel in matter? and What is Force? have received no
the dicta of modern science, paradoxical as satisfactory answer from modexI1 science,
that may sound. The reason is plain enough. and of proving that no one has any right, in
Men of science stand to the vulgar in the po- the present state of scientific knowledge, to
sition of revelators. It does not so much mat- assert, in the face of the occultists, that elec-
ter if they are mistaken today, since they will tricity is not a fOlIn of matter, more especial-
most likely correct their mistakes tomorrow; ly so since Helmholtz has declared it to be as
and this uncertainty does for the men of sci- atomic as ponderable matter itself.)
ence what the constant promise of a new
revelation did for Joe Smith and Brigham -------------
Young - it creates expectant attention and
happy anticipation. This uncertainty of sci-
ence tends also to discourage undue curiosi- It is a question of SCience, which, as
ty and criticism on the part of the public, such, has to be strictly kept within the
and to favor the autocratic assumptions of boundaries of modern materialistic sci-
scientific authorities; for naturally there ence. All discussion on the SUbject,
does not seem to be much use for outsiders however deSirable, would prove, on the
to spend their time in learning abstruse whole, unprofitable. Firstly, because
things that may be discovered, in a few science confines herself only to the
months or years, to have after all been alto- physical aspect of the conservation of
gether falsely conceived and wrongly ex- energy or correlation of forces; and, sec-
plained. In the case of the following at ticle,
however, most of the SCientific theories and ondly, because, notwithstanding her
data quoted are still standing, although the own frank admission of helpless ignor-
article is over five years old; and the occult ance as to the ultimate causes of things,
views of nature it puts forth are true for all judging by the tone of our critic's al ti-
time. For this reason it has been thought cle, I doubt whether he would be willing
well to republish it without delay, before the to admit the utter inaptness of some of
scientific views it deals with have any more the scientific terms as approved by the
time to tUln sour or explode. The article, it Dwija, the twice-bom of the Royal Socie-

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ty. and obediently accepted by their ad- metaphysics something on blind faith.
mirers. The fact that modem science Grant her the postulate - and her de-
has been pleased to divide and subdi- ductions make of her an exact science;
vide the atmosphere into a whole host of deny it - and exact science falls to piec-
elements. and to call them so for her es! Thus. in this respect. physical sci-
own convenience. is no authoritative ence does not stand higher than psy-
reason why Occultists should accept chological science. and the Occultists
that telminology. Science has never yet need fear but very little of the thunder-
succeeded in decomposing a single one bolts of their exact rivals. Both are. to
of the many simple bodies miscalled ele- say the least. on a par. The chemist.
mentary substances. for which failure. though carrying his subdivision of mole-
probably. the latter have been named by cules fm ther than the physicist. can no
their elementary. And whether she may more than he experiment on individual
yet. or never may. succeed in that direc- molecules. One may even remind both
tion in time. and thus recognize her er- that neither of them has ever seen an
ror. in the meanwhile. we Occultists individual molecule. Nevertheless. and
permit ourselves maintain that the al- while priding themselves upon taking
leged primordial atoms would be better nothing on faith. they admit that they
classified under any other name but cannot often follow the sub-division of
that one. With all respect due to the molecules with the eye. but can discern
men of science. the telms element and it with the intellect. What more. then.
elementary applied to the ultimate at- do they do than the Occultists. the al-
oms and molecules of matter of which chemists. the adepts? While they dis-
they know nothing do not seem in the cern with the intellect. the adept. as he
least justified. It is as though the Royal maintains. can as easily discern the
Society agreed to call every star a Kos- sub-division ad infinitum of that which
mos. because each star was supposed his rival of the exact methods pleases to
to be a world like our own planet; and call an elementary body. and he follows
then would begin taunting the ancients it - with the spiritual in addition to the
universe. So far. however. science ad- physical intellect...We must pass to the
mits herself that the words element and more impOI tant question now. and see
elementary. unless applied to primordial how far science is justified in regarding
principles or self-existing essences. out electricity as a force and . . . Eastern
of which the universe was evoluted. are Occultists in maIntaining that it is still
unfortunate terms. and remarks there matter. Before we open the discussion I
upon that experimental science deals must be allowed to remark that. since a
only with legitimate deductions from the Theosophist wants to be SCientifically
facts of observation. and has nothing to accurate. he ought to remember that
do with any kind of essences except science does not call electricity a force.
those which it can see. smell. or taste. but only one of the manifestations of
Professor J.P. Crooke tells us that sci- the same; a mode of action or motion.
ence leaves all others to the metaphysi- Her list of the various kinds of energy
cians (New ChemiStry. 1887). This stern which occur in nature is long. and
pronunciamento. which shows the men many are the names which she uses to
of science refusing to take a nything on distinguish them. With all that. one of
faith. is immediately followed by a very her most eminent adepts, Professor Bal-
curious admission made by the sa me four Stewart - one of the authorities he
author. Our theory. I grant. may be all quotes against our President - warns
wrong. he adds. and there may be no his readers (see The Forces and Ener-

such thing as molecules ... The new gies of Nature) that their enumeration
chemistry assumes as its fundamental has nothing absolute or complete about
postulate that the magnitudes we call it. representing, as it does, not so much
molecules are realities. but this is only the present state of our knowledge as
a postulate. We are thus made suspect our want of knowledge, or rather pro-
that the exact science of chemistry found ignorance, of the ultimate consti-
needs to take as well as transcendental tution of matter. So great is that ignor-

44

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What Is Matter And What Is Force

ance, indeed, that, treating upon heat, a smallest this property of being beyond
mode of motion which is supposed to be the scrutiny of the human senses. Of
better understood than electricity, that physical human senses he must mean,
scientist confess that if heat be not a since he knows little, if an . g, of any
species of motion, it must necessarily be other senses. But let us take note of
a species of matter, and adds that the some flll ther admissions, this time by
men of science have preferred to consid- ?rofessor Leconte, in his lecture on the
er heat as a species of motion to the al- distinction between force and energy is
ternative of supposing the creation of a very imperfectly, if not at all, defined in
peculiar kind of matter. And, if so, what the higher forms of force, and especially
is there to warrant us that science Will in the domain of life. . . Our language
not yet find out her mistake some day, cannot be more precise unW our ideas
and recognize and call electricity, in ar- in this depal tment are far clearer than
gument with the Occultists, a species of now.
a peculiar kind of matter. Thus, before Even as regards the familiar liqUid -
the dogmatic admirers of modem sci- water - science is at a loss to decide
ence take the occultists to task for view- whether the oxygen or hydrogen exist as
ing electricity under one of its aspects - such in water, or whether they are pro-
and for maintaining that its basic prin- duced by some unknown and uncon-
ciple is - matter, they ought first to ceived transformation of its substance.
demonstrate that science errs when she It is a question, says Mr. J.P. Crooke,
herself, through the mouthpiece of her Professor of Chemistry, about which we
recognized high priests, confesses her may speCUlate, but in regard to which
ignorance as to what is properly force we have no knowledge. Between the
and what is matter. For instance, the qualities of water and the quality of
same Professor of Natural Philosophy, these gases there is not the most dis-
Mr. Balfour Stewart, LL.D.. F.R.S., in tant resemblance. All they know is that
his lectures on the Conservation of En- water can be decomposed by an electri-
ergy, tells us as follows: - We know cal current; but why is it so decom-
nothing or next to nothing of the ulti- posed and then again recombined, or
mate structure or properties of matter, what is the nature of that they call elec-
whether organic or inorganic, and ... it tricity, etc., they do not know. Hydro-
is in truth only a convenient classifica- gen, moreover, was still very lately one
tion and nothing more. of the very few substances which was
Furthermore, one and all, the known only .in its aeriform condition. It
men of science admit that though they is the lightest for m of matter known.
possess a definite knowledge of the gen- There is not an atom in nature but
erallaws, yet they have no knowledge of contains latent or potential electricity
the individuals in the domains of physi- which manifests under known condi-
cal science. For exa mple, they suspect a tions. Science knows that matter gener-
large number of our diseases to be ates· what it calls force, the latter mani-
caused by organic germs; but they have festing itself under various forms of
to avow that their ignorance about these energy - such as heat, electricity, mag-
gerllls is complete. And in the chapter netism, gravitation, etc., - yet that same
What is Energy? the same great natu- science has hitherto been unable as we
ralist staggers the too-confiding profane find from her own admissions, as given
by the following admission: - If our above, to deteulline where it is that
knowledge of the nature and habits of matter ends and force (or 's pirit. as
organized molecules be so small, our some erroneously call it) begins. Sci-
knowledge of the ultimate molecules of
inorganic matter is, if possible, still
smaller. It thus appears that we know ·Using the telIll generated in the lesser
little or nothing about the shape or size sense of calling forth into manifestation.
of molecules, or about the forces which Force or energy is known to be etelnal, and
actuate them. The very largest masses cannot of course be 'generated' in the same
of the universe sharing with the very sense of being created.

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ence. while rejecting metaphysics and their knowledge of the ultimate mole-
relegating it through her mouthpiece. cules of inorganic matter amounts to a
Professor Tyndall. to the domain of Cipher. Why. I ask. should any student
poetry and fiction. unbridles as often as of Occultism. whose great masters may
many metaphysicians her wild fancy. know. perchance. of essences which the
and allows mere hypotheses to run riot professors of the modem materialistic
on the field of unproved speculation. All school can neither see. smell. or taste -
this she does. as in the case of the mo- why should he be expected to take their
lecular theory. with no better authority defmitions as to what is Matter and
for it than the paradoxical necessity for what is Force as the last word of unerr-
the philosophy of every science to arbi- ing. infallible science? ..The telm im-
trartly select and assume imaginary ponderable agents is now regarded as a
fundamental prinCiples; the only proof scientific absurdity. The latest conclu-
offered in the way of demonstrating the sions at which modern chemistry has
actual existence of the latter being a allived. it seems. have brought it to re-
certain ha I mony of these principles with ject the word imponderable. and to
the observed facts. Thus. when men of make away with those text books of pre-
science imagine themselves SUbdividing modern science which refer the phe-
a grain of sand to the ultimate molecule nomena of heat and electricity to atten-
they call oxide of silicon. they have no uated fOlms of matter. Nothing. they
real but only an imaginary and purely hold. can be added to or subtracted
hypothetical right to suppose that. if from bodies without altering their
they went on dividing it fw ther (which. weight. This was said and written in
of course. they cannot), the molecule. 1876. by one of the greatest chemists in
separating itself into the chemical con- America. With all that. have they be-
stituents of silicon and oxygen. would fi- come any wiser for it? Have they been
nally yield that which has to be regard- able to replace by a more scientific theo-
ed as two elementary bodies - since the ry the old and tabooed phlogiston theo-
authorities so regard them. Neither an ry of the science of Stahl. Priestley.
atom of silicon nor an atom of oxygen is Scheele. and others? Or. because they
capable of any ftl I I her subdivision into have proved. to their own satisfaction.
something else. they say. But the only that it is highly unscientific to refer the
good reason we can find for such a phenomena of heat and electricity to at-
strange belief is because they have tried tenuated fOt ms of matter. have they
the experiment and - failed. But how succeeded at the sa me time in proving
can they tell that a new discovery. some what are really Force. Matter. Energy.
new invention of still fmer and more Fire. Electricity. Life? The phlogiston of
perfect apparatuses and instruments. Stahl - a theory of combustion taught
may not show their error some day? by Aristotle and the Greek philosophers
How do they know that those very bod- - as elaborated by Scheele. the poor
ies or molecules. which. when analyzed Swedish apothecary. a secret student of
With still greater minuteness. may show Occultism. who. as Professor Crooke
containing in themselves the real pri- says of him. added more knowledge to
mordial elementary globules. the gross the stock of chemical science in a single
encasement of the still finer atom- year than did Lavoisier in his lifetime.
spark. the spark of life. the source of was not a mere fanCiful speculation.
electricity - matter still! Truly has Henry though Lavoisier was pel mitted to taboo
Kunrath. the greatest of the alchemists and upset it. But. indeed. were the high
and Rosicrucians of the middle ages. priests of modem science to attach
shown spirit in man. as in every atom - more weight to the essence of things
as a bright fla me enclosed Within a than to mere generalizations. then. per-
more or less transparent globule - haps. they would be in a better pOSition
which he calls soul. And since the men to tell the world more of the ultimate
of science confessedly know nothing of structure of matter than they now are.
(a) the origin of either matter or energy; Lavoisier. it is well known. did not add
(b) nor of electricity or life; and (c) that any new fact of prime importance by

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hat Is Matter And What Is Force

upsetting the phlogiston theory. but and Mental Forces.) Now. these three
only added grand generalization. The defmitions would not gain. I am afraid.
Occultists are perfectly aware. it need by being strictly analyzed ... Light was
hardly be said. of modem theories of never regarded as a force. It is. says sci-
combustion. and fully recognize the part ence. a manifestation of energy. a mode
which oxygen plays therein. They prefer. of motion produced by a rapid vibration
however. to hold to the fundamental of the molecules and transmitted by the
theories of ancient sciences. knowing undulations of ether. The same for heat
well that a very large balance of real and sound. the tranSmission of the lat-
knowledge lies on that side. when the ter depending. in addition to the vibra-
ancient and the modem are compared. tions of ether. on the undulations of an
No more than the authors of the old intervening atmosphere. Professor
theory do they attach to phlogiston - Crookes thought at one time that he
which has its specific na me as one of had discovered light to be a force. but
the attributes of Akasa - the idea of found out his mistake very soon. The
weight which the uninitiated generally explanation of Thomas Young of the un-
associate with all matter. And though to dulatory theory of light. holds now as
us it is a prinCiple. a well defined es- good as ever in the theories of moder 11
sence. yet no more than we did they science at least. and according to this
view it as matter

in the sense it has for explanation that which we call light is
the present men of science. As one of simply an iInpression produced on the
their modern professors put it - Trans- retina of the eye by the wave-like motion
late the phlogiston by energy. and in of the particles . of matter. Light. then.
Stahl's work on Chemistry and Physics. like heat - of which it is the crown - is
of 1731. put energy where he wrote siInply the ghost. the shadow of matter
phlogiston. and you have ... our great in motion! . . The men of science have
moderIl doctrine of conservation of en- just found out a foUl th state of matter.
ergy. Verily so it is the great modem whereas the Occultists have penetrated
doctrine. only plus something else. let years ago beyond the sixth. and. there-
me add. Hardly a year after these words fore. do not infer. but know of the exis-
had been pronounced. the discovery by tence of the seventh. the last. Professor
Professor Crookes of radiant matter - of Balfour Stewart. in seeking to show
which fa I ther on - has nigh upset again light to be an energy or force. quotes
all their previous theories. Aristotle. and remarks that the Greek
Force. energy. physical agent. philosopher seems to have entertained
are siI'l"Inply different words to express the idea that light is not a body. or the
the sa me idea. observes our critic. I be- emanation of any body (for that. Aristo-
lieve he errs. To this day the men of sci- tle says. would be a kind of body). and.
ence are unable to agree in giving to that. therefore. light is an energy or act.
electricity a na me which would convey a To this I respectfully demur. and an-
clear and comprehensive defmition of swer that if we cannot conceive of mo-
this very mysterious agent. as Professor tion without force. we can conceive still
Balfour Stewart calls it. While the latter less of an energy or act existing in
states that electricity or electrical at- boundless space from the eternity. or
traction may probably be regarded as even manifesting without some kind of
peculiarly allied to that force which we body. Moreover. the conceptions about
call chemical affinity; and Professor body and matter of Aristotle and Plato.
Tyndall calls it only a mode of motion; the founders of the two great rival
Professor A. Bain regards electricity as school~ of antiquity. opposed as they
one of the five chief powers or forces of were in many things to each other. are
nature:--- One mechanical or molar. the nevertheless still more at variance with
momentum of moving matter. the oth- the conceptions about body and matter
ers molecular. or embodied in the mole- of our modern men of science. The The-
cules. also supposed(?) in motion - osophists. old and modem. the Alchem-
these are heat. light. chemical force. ists. and Rosicrucians have ever main-
electricity. (The Correlations of Nervous tained that there were no such things

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Universal Laws Never Before Revealed .. Keely's Secrets

per se as light, heat, sound, electrtcity, current of a strong battery is passed


least of all could there be a vacuum in through the wire by the intervention of
nature. And now the results of old and the mercury, the alln to which the wire
modern investigation fully corroborate is attached, although accurately bal-
what they had always aIDI med, namely, anced by a counterpoise, sensibly tends
that in reality there is no such thing as downwards, notwithstanding the resis-
a chemical ray, a light ray, or a heat tance produced by the buoyancy of the
ray. As far as can be ascel tained by mercury. Mallet's opponents, who trted
those whose observations and experi- at the time to show that gravitation had
ments are confined to the material nothing to do with the fact of the al m of
plane, there is nothing but radiant ener- the balance tending downward, but that
gy; or, as a man of SCience expresses it it was due to the law of attraction of
in the Scientific American, radiant ener- electrtc currents, and who brought for-
gy, motion of some kind, causing vibra- ward to that effect Barlow's theory of
tions across space of something be- electrtc currents, and Ampere's discov-
tween us and the sun; something ery that electrtc cunents, . g in
which, without understanding fully (ver- opposite directions, repel one another,
ily so!), we call 'ether,' and which exists and are sometimes driven upwards,
everywhere, even in the vacuum of a ra- only proved that men of science will
diometer. The sentence, for being con- rarely agree, and that the question is far
fused, is, none the less for it, the last an open one. This, however, raises a
word of science. Again: We have always side issue as to what is the law of gravi-
one and the same cause, radiant ener- tation. The scientists of the present day
gy, and we give this one thing different assume that gravitation and attraction
names - 'actinism,' 'light,' or 'heat.' And are quite distinct from one another. But
we are told also that the miscalled the day may not be far distant when the
chemical or actinic rays, as well as theory of the Occultists that the law of
those which the eye sees as blue, or gravitation is nothing more or less than
green, or red, and those which the ther- the law of attraction and repulsion will
mometer feels, are all one thing, the ef- be proved SCientifically correct.
fects of motion in ether. (The Sun's Ra- Science may, of course, if it so
diant Energy, by Professor Langley.) pleases her, call electrtcity a force. Only
Now, the sun and ether being by grouping it together with light and
beyond dispute material bodies, neces- heat, to which the name of force is de-
sarily every one of their effects - light. cidedly refused, she has either to plead
heat, electrtcity, etc. - must be, agreea- guilty of inconsistency, or to tacitly ad-
bly to the definitions of Aristotle (as ac- mit that it is a species of matter. But
cepted, though slightly misconceived, by whether electrtcity has weight or not, no
Professor Balfour Stewart), also a kind true scientist is prepared to show that
of body, ergo - matter. there is no matter so light as to be be-
Now what is in reality matter? yond weighing with our present instru-
We have seen that it is hardly possible ments. And this brings us directly to the
to call electrtcity a force, and yet we are latest discovery, one of the grandest in
forbidden to call it matter under the science; I mean Mr. Crookes' radiant
penalty of being called unSCientific. matter, or, as it is now called, the fourth
Electrtcity has no weight - ergo, it can- state of matter. That the three states of
not be matter. Well, there is much to be matter, the solid, the liqUid, and the
said on both sides. Mallet's experiment, gaseous, are but so many stages in an
which corroborated that of Pirani unbroken chain of physical continuity,
(1878), showed that electrtcity is under and that the three correlate or are
the influence of gravitation, and must transfollned one into the other by in-
have, therefore, some weight. A straight sensible gradations, needs no f1ll ther
copper wire, with its ends bent down- demonstration, we believe. But what is
wards, suspended at the middle to one of far greater importance to us Occult-
of the anns of a delicate balance, while ists is the admission made by several
the bent ends dip in mercury. When the great men of science in various a I Udes

48
by Louise A. Off

The Astral Light, as the source .of as apprehended by the senses), and it
all world phenomena, is a theme of no impenetrates and vitalizes each atom. It
little importance to the student of oc- is itself the one underlying element in
cultism. The root of the word Astral is to which all other known elements have
be found in the Assyrian Istar , signify- their source and supply. In its physical
ing star, and was applied to this ele- aspects it includes the Ether of moder 11
ment by the Kabbalists and later mys- scientists, but in the metaphysical
tics, because they considered the sense they scarcely touch its border-
heavenly bodies as the concrete crystal- land. For while it is the reservoir of

lizations of the Astral Light. Some Theo- Heat, Light, Magnetism, and Electricity
sophic writers have confounded the na- - the field of all degrees of vibration - it
ture of this element with that of Akasa, is also the sphere of all intellectual life,
while in fact the latter comprehends in- and the ruling agent in the alchemical
finitely more both in quality and quanti- process which frees the cerebral atom
ty. Literally the Sanscrit term Akasa and converts it into thought. Its vibrato-
means the sky, but occultly the impal- ry rate deter mines individual mental
pable Ether or the Soul within the tendencies, and also establishes our in-
Ether. Our most logical authority, The timate relations in body with the stars.
Secret Doctrine, defines it as the immor- Paracelsus maintains that, as fire pass-
tal spirit, the progenitor of Cosmic life es through an iron stove, so do the stars
and universal intelligence whose char- pass through man with all their proper-
acteristic property is Buddhi. Akasa is ties, and go into him as the rain into the
the sphere of the pure undifferentiated ea I th, which gives fruit out of that sa me
Monad, the essence of wisdom, while rain. While the moder n spectroscope re-
the Astra Light at its opposite pole is veals the identity in substance of infmi-
the abstract atom of matter, the plane tesimal man, and the greatest luminifer-
of generation, and the great womb out ous body that glides in vast revolutions
of which issues all planetary life. Ether, through space, no instrument has, as
which is the highest vibration of the yet, been discovered so sensitive as to
Astral Light, is but as a vehicle for Aka- register the subtle and evanescent fluid
sa, a gross body in comparison. The which, by its uniform nature, makes as-
(unctions of the Astral Light are as tronomical research and thought-
manifold as the expressed universe. Its transference possible. Keely's Motor
nature is dual - the highest Ether form- has, however, already foreshadowed
ing its positive, and the concrete, or dif- such a discovery.
ferentiated elements, its negative pole. The Astral Light is the great record-
Its cause reaches back to the root of all book upon whose pages every thought
causes, and its effects involve all our and act of differentiated consciousness
physical and psychical experiences. We is engraven, there to be read by the in-
deal with its fa miliar phenomena in eve- dividual who has leaIIlt the secret of ex-
ry breath and every motion, while the alting his vibrations until they become
rare and abnormal phases are as strict- synchronous with the waves of this fin-
ly subject to its laws. It is not substan- er element. The definition of Memory
tially identical with anyone of the mate- which has ever been the enigma of sci-
rial elements of Cosmic matter, but is ence' a function with an inapprehensi-
one degree superior to Prakriti (Nature ble cause, is relegated to the domain of

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the occultist. who may briefly define it in the grosser atmospheriC pa I ticles
as the correlative vibration of the cere- whose undulations beget light. sound.
bral center with the Astral Light. Within heat and electricity. but in the latent
this correlation reside all the possibili- spiritual principle or force - about the
ties of consciousness from the horizon nature of which modern science knows
of Maya (illusion) to the zenith of pure almost nothing. As an illustration of
Ether of transcendental life. Mada me this we have the word Aurn. which. as
Blavatsky sweepingly states: The psy- all students know. has an equilibrating
chic forces. the 'ideomotor' and 'electro- effect which resists the inroad of pas-
biological powers.' latent thought' and sion.
even 'unconscious cerebration' theories The symbol used to express the
can be condensed into two words. the astral realm by the mystics of all ages is
Kabbalistic 'Astral Light.' Quesnes treat- tpe serpent. or the fiery dragon. It is
ed of it as a universally diffused fluid stated that long before our globe or even
per meating all things. and differing in our universe became egg-shaped. a long
action only according to the mobility of trail of CosmiC dust (or fine mist) moved
the organism by which it is confmed. and writhed like a serpent in space.
The differentiated will to live accom- This was the beginning of our Etemity.
panying each primary monad is the exoterically expressed by a serpent with
sculptor of the astral images which con- its tail in its mouth. or in the act of in-
stitute individual experience. An intense cubating the Mundane Egg with its fiery
power of concentration makes these lin- breathe. The Chaldean Oracles refer to
ages subjective. in which case they are the Astral Light as winding in for Ill.
realities only to the operator. but under which qualification refers to the vibrato-
still more acute and intelligent develop- ry motion that characterizes it. The in-
ment. these images may assume a con- tense rate of its pulsation may be faintly
crete objective form with power of dura- realized in the rapidity with which suc-
tion proportioned to the original cessive linages are recorded in the
impulse or deter mined purpose of the dreaming or hypnotized state. An illus-
projector. Determined will. says a fire- tration is recounted of a student who
philosopher. is a beginning of all magi- was making SCientific experiments in
cal operations. and the great magician. this psychological field with a friend.
Abbe Constant. states: To acquire magi- While a drop of water was descending
cal power. two things are necessary: to down upon his forehead. he closed his
disengage the will from all servitude and eyes and dreamed that he started out
to exercise it in control. He alone can from a harbor upon the wide main. soon
become a Master whose physical and passing several beautiful islands full of
psychical organization is attuned to the villages. cities. verdant fields and moun-
Astral Key-note - whose self- tains. The sun was beaming generously.
consciousness h~s outgrown the limits but little by little the sky grew darker
of personal slavery. and whose will is so and heavier. and drifts of black clouds
cultivated as to act without fear and swept upon the scene. A great gal arose.
without desire - intelligent. deter Illined. Consternation and horror pervaded the
self-possessed and confident. While the crew. The waves began to rise higher
majority of mankind is occupied in mere and higher. until finally the heavens
negative registration of sense- and the sea were blended into one
impressions the occultist classifies dense chaos.
these. and admits only those most use- The crises was at hand. The dream-
ful to his purpose. Colonel Olcott refers er suddenly felt as though the whole sea
to the manipulation of the Astral Light had burst asunder and drawn him in -
in his statement. that the efficacy of all he awoke just as the drop of water
words used as cha I ms a nd spells lies in touched his skin. fallen from the hand
what the Aryans call the vach. a cer tain of his friend and held but a few inches
latent power resident in Akasa. Physi- above his head. He had registered the
cally we may describe it as the power to full episode of dramatic changes during
set up certain measured vibrations. not the instant in which the sensor nerve

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flashed its initation to the brain. Far The great mesmerizer. Du Potet. de-
more remarkable than this are illustra- clares that the faculty of directing this
tions on record which cover an extent of fluid is inherent in cel lain organiza-
years and are recorded in an instant of tions. that it passes through all bodies.
time. experimentally proven to be less and that eve . g can be used as a
than the period required for transmit- conductor - no chemical or physical
ting a nervous current. The wondrous forces are able to destroy it. Treating
rapidity with which feeling and thinking thus with the merest initial of this la-
may be condensed has also been fre- tent power. who can say where its fur-
quently analyzed in the experience of ther unfoldment will lead the collective
persons nearly drowned. and as Helm- consciousness of Humanity?
holtz has demonstrated that the period In the present age. our science in-
in which a nerve-current may be con- forms us. we perceive in the main only
ducted is a definite one. we have no al- the lowest vibrations and inferior quali-
ternative but to assume that a far sub- ties of the Astral Light. because we are
tler element or vehicle is employed in in the lower arc of our present cycle,
the registering psychic experiences. By and the energy of the life-wave is at its
the astral current throughout the ayras. ebb. Mme. Blavatsky says of Plato's
around the nerve-centers and nerve- method of expression that he divides
tubes. mind contacts mind. thoughts the intellectual progress of the universe
are flashed in upon us and emotions during every cycle into fertile and bar-
conveyed. It radiates from the individual ren periods . . . When those circula-
man as an impalpable but intelligent tions' which Eliphas Levi calls 'currents
aura - the medium of his psychic and of the Astral Light' in the universal
intuitional life. by means of which he Ether, .. take place in hal mony with
evinces sympathy and understanding; the divine spirit, our earth and every-
while in its higher aspect it is the sensi- thing pel taining to it enjoys a fertile pe-
, tive plane that records Cosmic ideation. riod. The occult powers of plants , ani-
and conveys impressions of truth and of mals. and minerals magically
universal law to the human mind. sympathize with its superior natures,
Experiment with trained sensitives and the divine soul of man is in perfect
has proven that when an intellectual intelligence with these inferior ones. But •

concept is formed. the astral aura pho- during the baJren periods the latter lose
tographs it instantaneously. while. all their magiC sympathy, and the spiri-
when an emotion is evinced. the aura tual sight of the majority of mankind is
changes in intensity of color. and. on so blinded as to lose every notion of the
volition becoming manifest. there is a superior power of its own divine spirit.
positive increase of vibration. We. there- We are in a barren period. Ignoring our
fore. ca I ly with us all we have ever latent inherent forces, we drift in nega-
thought and felt - and self is the ever- tive submission to the lower laws of Na-
refining essence of this thought and ture, suffer deprivation. want of
feeling. From this point of view respon- thought, emotion, and volition, while
sibility assumes enormous proportions. the precious fluid, in mute antiCipation,
and we perceive why the great Teachers haunts our dreamless sleep, and awaits
of the world have ever agreed that Man the dawning of a higher Consciousness.
is his own heaven and his own hell.

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(sometime in late 1893)


from Dashed Against the Rock

"I have seen a spectacle 1 would have cal account or not, his na me will never
pronounced impossible according to all die. But if he should tUIIl out to be a
accepted theories of physics with which prophet. if he is a seer. and does really
1 am familiar. Without apparent exhibi- discern a promised land of lightened toil
tion of heat. electricity. or any other form into which mankind will eventually en- •

of energy hitherto operated by man. I ter. even though he may not live to lead
have seen a strong metallic wheel, them in. then the world will gratefully
weighing seventy-two pounds. in swift build his tomb.
and steady revolution by the hour. and But the world asks. who is the wit-
absolutely without cost. It is but a sub- ness that testifies so boldly to these sur-
sidiary engine. made and used simply to prising things? Is he competent and
help equip with similar mysterious ca- worthy of trust? The witness is not a
pacity of movement the large commercial capitalist. and he has no relations with
engine by its side. And that is a most investors. and is free to say that if Keely
strange and complex mechanism. which were to die tomorrow. it might be a hun-
perhaps no one but the inventor can dred years before another mind would
even understand at present. and which. arise able to complete his work; if indeed.
but for too frequent previous unauthor- it is capable of being completed at all,
ized fixing of dates. might be said to give which no one at present knows. Impelled
promise of being itself in motion very by a life-long interest in the wonders of
soon. What is 'very soon' in such an natural science. and honored by the
undertaking? Another thit ty years of pa- personal friendship of Keely and a few of
tient. lonely plodding on this labyrinth his advisers. I have followed the course
path would be nothing. if then this ex- of this investigator for years with the in-
plorer could reach his goal. How long tensest interest and sincerest admira-
after Franklin's kite did the world wait. tion. 1 spent more of my vacation this
and how many hundred great experi- season in the Philadelphia laboratory.
menters. before a dynamo engine kindled and saw greater wonders there. than in
O1lr lamps and whilled our wheels? Yet the Chicago Fair.
this solitary pioneer. grown half blind by In whose judgement greater? Is a
groping in these dim intricacies so long. layman in physical science competent to
again and again hurled aside. broken judge in such matters? Confessedly not.
and almost dieing by the terrific force on some questions. To most men the
with which he is seeking to cope. is met leamed physicists speak an unknown
with the sneer. 'Why don't you do some- tongue. Too profound for the common
thing?' He has done much. of ignorant. apprehension are the mathematical for-
senseless. and cruel abuse. His immor- mulas. even. with which their works
tality. however. is sure. For the world at abound. though their theories and argu-
length honors an honorable purpose. ments are full of interest. And many
perSistently pursued in a high under- would confess also that they can no more
tflking. And he has already so enlarged understand the ground of Keely's asser-
the domain of human knowledge. he has tions conceming the number of millions
lifted man into such a new world of facts. of oscillations taking place in a given
the truths his experiments 1lnveil are so substance each second. nor his fluent
novel. suggestive. and inspiring. that discourse upon clustered thirds and in-
whether all this is ever turned to practi- troductory ninths. upon nodal transmit-

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of one of the most beneficent revolutions in traveling, hurled along our pathway over a
the history of human progress; a man of thousand miles a minute. Movement of
wonderful insight and truly amazing fertil- everything from here to there, and move-
ity of inventive genius in overcoming ob- ment in everything while here or there. And
stacles and in contriving appliances for at- so harmonious is the movement, on such
taining his mechanical ends; that he is delicate anti-friction cushions do the bear-
dealing with and trying to employ in prac- ings rest, that it is all inaudible, save to that
tical mechanics a force absolutely new One alone whose ear discerns the music of
among all the forces hitherto handled by the spheres - the spheres immensely great
man, although its presence in nature is af- and infinitesimally small -
finned by the theories of scientists, and
demonstrated by various observed phe- 'Forever singing as they shine,
nomena; a force of mysterious -and awful The hand that made us is divine. '
energy, boundless in extent, and literally
costless as the air. Electricity is subtle and And only now, after thousands of years
powerful and illimitable in supply, but it of unheard song, this great magician arises
requires constant and costly expenditure of and strikes the chord of sympathy to which
energy to call it into exercise and keep it at this vibrating force responds, and lo! it
work. This new force, beyond the curious comes forth from its secret chambers like
and complicated mechanism which this the mighty Genius unloosed by the Arabian
wonderful wizard has contrived for it to fishermen from the copper flask, and waits
employ, the harness he has fashioned for it on man to do his bidding, bending its tough
to wear, seems to require but a few slight sinews and plying its facile fingers to per-
musical sounds, the sonorous vibrations of form his humblest tasks.
certain metallic appliances, to set it in mo- And what proof can there be that this
tion, and then it will keep in motion - for all dream of poetry and fancy of story is in any
that at present appears, in steady, noiseless, degree an accomplished fact? Look and
and almost resistless motion - till the solid see. Here is a wooden table, sometimes
metals of which it is composed wear out. covered by a heavy slab of glass. Standing
What! one and all exclaim, is the ab- on the glass or on the wood, and capable of
surdity of perpetual motion to be revived being moved freely upon it, is a metal
again? But the physicists tell us there is standard say a foot high, bearing a copper
perpetual motion all around us in nature, globe about a foot in diameter. Around the
intense and all-prevading, and always has base of the standard project horizontally
been, since the hour 'when the morning numbers of small metal rods a few inches
stars sang together, and all the sons of God long, of different sizes and lengths, vibrat-
shouted for joy.' Here we touch the robe of ing like tuning forks when twanged by the
the Infinite One, who 'upholdeth all things fingers. In the hollow globe is a Chladni
by the word of his power.' Of him the Un- plate and various metal tubes, the relation
erring One declared, 'My Father worketh which can be altered by ttllIling a projection
hitherto and I work.' Aye, works unceas- like a door-knob, on the outside of the
ingly now, in the incessant and intense globe, at the outer end of a small shaft,
molecular vibration all the time going on in round and round to the right or left. This
all matter; in the solid table by which we sit, construction is called a 'sympathetic trans-
in the firm granite of the building which mitter.' Some two or three feet distant on
encloses us. Action, motion in everything, the table stands a movable metallic cylin-
by everything, everywhere, all the time, drical case, some six inches by eight in size,
and swift, more nimble-footed sometimes composed of certain metal resonating
than thought almost, but with such a soft tubes, and certain other metal fixtures. You
and easy pace that no footfall is heard, no take it all apart and see there is no magnet
movement discerned save as we take ob- there. You place on top of this cylinder a
servation by the distant heavenly orbs small pocket compass, a brass cup of two
among which we all here on the earth are inches in diameter with its glass face. The

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six inches by eight in size. composed of ments have been carefully attuned to
certain metal resonating tubes. and cer- each other. Attached to the back of the
tain other metal fixtures. You take it all zither is a common silk thread loosely
apart and see there is no magnet there. hanging and extending some eight feet
You place on top of this cylinder a small away. where it is tied to a movable
pocket compass. a brass cup of two framework of half-inch iron rods. sup-
inches in diameter with its glass face. pOi ling and bracing in position. on an
The needle pOints north. From the pe- isolated table of glass. a metal globe. fif-
riphery of the globe of the 'sympathetic teen inches in diameter. capable of
transmitter' extends a wire of the size of tUIIllng freely in either direction. on its
a common knitting-needle. made of gold axis. which bears inside the globe cel lain
and silver and of platinum. The free end resonant tubes and plates. the table
of this wire is now attached to the cylin- standing at an angle of 45 degrees from
der. The needle is still true to the pole. the face of the zither. Louder sounds the
Then the vibrating rods are twanged. the hom. till in a minute or two the metal
knob is tmned. and on a rude halll1oni- globe begins to revolve. The hOi n stops.
con trumpet for a moment or two certain the globe stops. Again the horn re-
sounds are made. when 101 the needle is sounds. again the globe tUI IlS. and the
inviSible. it is whirling on its pivots fast. stronger and more continuous the blast.
The operator talks of the variant length the more Swiftly whirls the globe. You
of waves and of a continuous stream. snip the thread apart with your scissors.
and in some instances it is half a minute. and the ear of the globe has grown dull;
sometimes three minutes. before the no sound can awake it to motion again.
needle comes to rest. and it has kept in Does a man need to be an expert in
swift revolution for many hours; but physics after he has seen that marvel
when it pauses it points no longer to the repeated a few times. and has moved all
north. but to a pal ticular part of the that apparatus freely hither and thither.
mechanism. You leave it there. and are to testify that the rapid revolution of that
busy with other wonders for an hour or metal globe was not caused by com-
so. Returning. you find the needle still pressed air. coming in concealed tubes
pOints to its new master. You lift the from a hidden reservoir. or that a silk
compass off. and at once it resumes its thread is not the highway usually cast
nOi mal pOSition. You slowly lower it to- up for electricity to travel?
wards the silent cylinder. and when But these are philosophical toys.
within an inch or two it obeys the new What about an engine with power to help
impulse again. and points as before. So human toil?
also it veers from the north when you I have in my study a paper weight -
callY it near the knob of the copper a disc. said to be composed of an alloy of
globe. As Gladstone says. 'Our hands three metals. It looks like steel. meas-
can lay hold of truths that our a IIIlS ures two and a half inches by three-
cannot embrace.' and though it takes a quarters of an inch. weighs about a
physicist to comprehend this miracle. pound. is enclosed in a brass ring. and
any careful observer can apprehend it. exhibits no magnetic power. I am told
and. after seeing it repeated many times. that shut up in a glass chamber and
if he is measurably well read. is compe- connected with the wire which seemed to
tent to testify that here is a new. subtle. affect the compass. it absorbed some
silent. continuous influence. and that it seven pints of hydrogen gas. The story
is called into exercise in connection with runs that it was also rapidly whirled by
cel lain brief musical sounds. a steam engine a ceItain number of
Look again. On this rude hallIloni- hours. still in connection with the appa-
con trumpet this magician blows ratus from which seemed to flow that
through a small window into the next subtle influence which the needle of the
room towards a common zither some ten compass obeyed. Whatever may be
feet distant. held upright on a table by a thought of this. it is a fact that the disc
small standard composed of a group of thus 'vitalized in its atomic or molecular
metal tubes. The two musical instI u- constitution' adheres to the under side

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of a certain metallic resonant structure through the air. but before all eyes lifting
as if held there by magnetic attraction. them through water. Can this pulling
and also supports a weight hung to itself power tum a wheel?
of over two hundred and thiI ty pounds. Here is a wheel of stout metal
Dissociated from the peculiar vibrating weighting. as stated. seventy-two
apparatus. it falls like any other heavy pounds. free to move either way on its
body. and though that apparatus at- stationary axis. Its hub is a cylinder
tracts the disc. even with the attached containing cel Lain resonant tubes paral-
weights. it is incapable of attracting lel to the axis. It has eight spokes. each
an . g else; it will not support the canying one of the 'vitalized discs' at its
smallest iron filing. Here then is a strong outer end. the face of the disc at right
pulling power in exercise in cel lain cir- angles with the spoke. There is no rim to
cumstance when two bodies are in con- the wheel. but there is a stationary metal
tact. Can it pull bodies together which rim some six inches wide and thirty-two
are not in contact? inches in djameter, within which the
I see before me on a table a glass jar. wheel tUi IlS without touching it. This
ten inches in diameter and forty-eight rim ca. I ies on its inner surface nine
inches high. filled with water. At the similar discs. and on the outside. at-
bottom lie three metal balls like the one tached to each disc. a resonating cylin-
I hold in my hand. which weighs about der. The requisite amount of the metallic
two pounds. The jar has a metal cap to volume of this cylinder is obtained by
which is attached the gold and platinum enclosing in its tubes a few ca mbric
wire reaching from the copper globe. I needles. more or less as required. and
am told each ball. like every mass of curiously enough. some of these needles
matter. has its peculiar musical chord. at length become magnetic. Attached to
I am reminded of well-known facts of this engine is a gold and platinum wire.
sympathetic vibration; e.g .• a large mill some ten feet in length. running through
trembling in response to the note of a the small window to the copper globe in
neighboring waterfall. and only quieted the other room. where sits the man who

and rendered safe by building on an ad- has fashioned all this. He twangs the
dition. changing its musical chord. And rods of the sympathetic transmitter on
now again the rods are twanged. the the table at his side. he turns its knob.
knob is turned. the trumpet sounds and the musical instruments sound for a
keeps sounding till. in a moment or two. moment. and peering through the win-
I see one ball begin to sway from right to dow along the line of the wire his face
left. then slowly leave the bottom of the lights up with a smile of triumph. He
jar and rise through the water till with a settles back in his chair. and all is still.
bump it strikes the metal cap. rebounds That wheel at the end of the wire is in
a few inches and comes to rest in contact rapid revolution before your eyes. You
with it on the surface of the water. Still tmIl and look with amazement upon
the hom blows. and by this time the Orpheus retUlIled to ea. th again and
second ball responds in like manner. and outdoing his fabled exploits of old. For by
then the third. Then the music ceases. the enchantment of the subtle ha. mo-
and we tUl 11 to other experiments. but as nies he evokes. too fine for human ear to
long as I stayed in the shop that day catch. you see the untamed forces of
something made that metal swim. My nature obey his behest; that most con-
companion said he had often seen the stant of all things. the magnetic needle.
weights brought slowly down. or held you see charmed into fickleness by his
midway. as shown by photographs. by magic spell; you see balls of iron swim;
sounding other chords. On the top of the you see insensate matter - as you
jar lay cel Lain pieces of metal. Keely thought it. but sensitive now to his call
said. '00 not remove those. I once did - leap forward into instant rotation. con-
that. and crash went the balls through tinuous and swift. Long we stand
the bottom of my jar.' Now here was a around that flying wheel. The friend who
pulling power acting at a distance of four photographed it at rest again levels his
feet. not capable of lifting the weights camera upon it. In vain; its spokes can-

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not taIIY long enough to be caught by his ty' of our modern story-teller.
snare. It is still as death. and almost as The engine you have been looking
mysterious. We listen to long disser ta- upon requires as part of itself for some
tions upon the reason for the relative mysterious pUIpose certain heavy tubu-
position of the eight discs on the wheel lar copper rings. Skillful a I Usans failed
and the nine on the stationary rim. and in various endeavors. by electrical de-
how the adjustment can be so altered posit and otherwise. to make them right.
that. instead of a revolution. there will be The inventor contrived machinery for
a violent oscillation back and forth. We bending into semicircles sections of cop-
are shown the corresponding wheel and per tube. one and a half inch bore.
the rim of the large engine close by. three-eights of an inch thick. forcing a
which is to bear the discs not singly. but steel ball through them to keep the tube
in groups. the steel resonating drums in shape. To make a ring. he placed two
with their circles of tubes inside. and of those half-circles together and joined
thirty-five inch Chladni plate under- the ends in some way (without heat). by
neath the 'sympathetic transmitter' on what he calls sympathetic attraction. so
top; the extra wheel bearing on its the resonant properties of the ring are
spokes cylindrical cases. each filled solid satisfactory. and though you see the line
with a hundred thin-carved plates of of union. the two parts cannot be se-
steel. to get the utmost superficial area. vered. You see one of these rings. some
we are told. and it is all so utterly beyond fifteen inches in diameter. hanging by
comprehension. that we can see no rea- block and tackle from the ceiling. and
son why it should have been made as it lashed to the lower half swings a big iron
is. or how anyone can be sure it will ever ball weighing five hundred and fifty
run. But we turn around and look again pounds. and there it has swung for
on that noiseless wheel. still running weeks. Has the man who has done sim-
rapidly all alone. and confess we should ply that. and done it merely to furnish a
have said the sa me thing about that. And subsidiary adjunct to his main contri-
we are inclined then to trust the word of vance. won no place among the great ar-
the inventor when he says the running tificers? Is it worthy business to revile
of the smaller insures the running of the him as a swindling charlatan? The end
larger; that the wheel you see spinning is not yet. We shall see what we shall
so fast cannot be stopped by any force see, or some one will. One thing. how-
except one that would tear it into frag- ever. we see clearly now. and that is that
ments. unless with thumb and finger you John Worrell Keely deserves the esteem
loosen that golden wire along which 'the and admiration of his fellow-men. Who
strea m of sympathetic vibration' is said does not hope that he has solid grounds
to flow. and that there is no reason why for the persistent belief which has been
the wheel should not keep in motion till his star of hope these many years; that
the bearings wear out. a merciful Providence is about to confer
I say nothing now of the wonders of a new boon upon the suffering industries
which other witnesses can speak. and of mankind; that the time at length has
which are said to have appeared in the come when man is wise enough to fash-
slow progress this incomprehensible ion and strong enough to handle the be-
man has been making all these years; of neficent gift of a costless motor to ease
a pressure obtained from the disintegra- the burdens of human toil?
tion of water by vibration of twenty Wise enough and strong enough.
thousand pounds to the square inch; of perhaps. some may say. but is man
a slowly revolving drum which went no trusty? For the question has arisen
slower when winding tightly upon itself whether a force of such fea I ful energy as
a stout inch and a half rope fastened to some of these experiments disclose can
a beam. and no faster when the rope safely be entrusted to such a being as
parted under the strain; of the disinte- man. who can destroy as well as build.
gration of rock into impalpable powder; But why should man have been set to
of raising heavy weights by aid of a 'vi- discover and hallless it? 'I take great
bratory lift,' recalling the 'negative gravi- comfort in God,' said James Russell

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long together. Though you fall many all the ages of action in this, now rapidly
t1 mes, be not discouraged, for as yet your closing, cycle.
organisms and all their centers of reso- You who exist to-day, to-morrow
nation are not yet concordant to the fo- would exist no longer in yOllr present
calized vibrations of the higher hal mo- personalities did you but dare to yield to
nies; being still related to the mass, you these higher ha I monies. I say YIELD
are drawn again and again into the because it is a yielding process for this
whirlpool of the vibrations which affect personality. In a moment your outer life
the mass, for these you cannot resist. would end, and you, the warrior, would
But know that you can change all this enter peace.
rapidly or slowly as your pm pose is The immor tal EGO is an entity of
steadily intense or vacillating. which man can become thoroughly con-
With the cessation of your lower de- scious while here on eal th, but to anive
sires comes the cessation of the action at this consciousness necessitates the
upon you of the lower forces; the reso- entire abandonment of all the petty con-
nating centers which formerly distribut- siderations involved in the transient and
ed this force, no longer active, become subordinate EGO, which is the only self
latent and are absorbed back to an em- of which the unenlightened man is con-
bryonic condition. scious. Let him who desires to reach this
inner consciousness enter his inner
Let him realize fully the sanctuary, wherever that sanctuary may
transient character of his own be; it matters not whether it be his own
personality and contrast chamber, the open field, the mountain
therewith his eager longing to know top, the seashore, the stately cathedral,
the immortal. or the humble village chapel. Let hi III
realize fully the transient character of his
Every man contains, developed or own personality and contrast therewith
embryonic, all conditions of the Infinite; his eager longing to know the immor tal.
therefore no height is too great to reach. Let him concentrate his whole con-
Impossibility is a meaningless word to sciousness upon his personality, fully
the man who apprehends the fathomless arousing all his personal conditions as
contents of his own nature. Thou com est a distinct individual; then with all the
here, 0 man, with the instr ument thou aspiration of which this personality is
hast graduated in thy many past exis- capable, let him beseech of the immortal
tences; how few of thy chord-settings, if EGO - which is eternal and does not in-
thou art numbered with the many, re- camate, but overshadows all incarna-
spond to the higher hal monies! Univer- tions, waiting until one is formed capable
sal unity or fraternity has been absorbed of illumination, to whom it may reveal
to almost embryonic conditions· by the itself - to consider him worthy of illumi-
prevalence of material self-regard. nation, and according to his prepared-
Charity has been rendered almost latent, ness to receive illumination will it then
that beautiful chord-setting found even be granted. He who asks this, knows not
in the lowest fOlIllS of creation - LOVE, what he asks; for were the prayer an-
the dominant chord of the cycles. Love swered, life henceforth for such an one
has an amplitude of action in the brute would be a weary round, as Ha mlet says:
which may well make the selfish man "to-morrow and to-morrow and to-
ashamed, but until the crust of selfish- morrow brings in this weary round of
ness is broken through, the beauty of life"; for, having seen the glory of this
love is obscured, and though it exists all imInor tal EGO, all else seems so base, so
about him, the poor blind egotist has no commonplace and mean, so inglorious,
eye to discer n it. The centers of love, that oftentimes the personality has ut-
brotherhood, charity, voice their music terly collapsed when thrown back from
loud and clear, yet the masses will not the radiant vision of this glorious im-
listen. I do not mean the immortal EGO mor tal entity possessed by all alike,
when I say man will not listen; I refer to though scarcely dreamed of by any save
the personality which is the resultant of the very few who, discontented with the

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ignorance and emptiness of terrene exiS- You who through your daily life move
tence. aspire to know the great reality of on un g. not caring. inactive. you
the supernal. As the incarnations of shall hear when y01lr supplications
every entity. passing through certain or- reach this high entity. "Lo! thou didst not
ders of experience through numerous even try. knowing that even thy failures
lives. inevitably c1l]minate in this mo- were acceptable to me."
ment of conscious realization of the im-
mortal entity: the Buddha says: "All shall
reach the sunlit snows."

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from Dashed Against the Rock

Question: "By what term shall we define powerfiJlly exerts its force against the will
that force which, when differentiated, of the personality that would suppress
expresses itself on the lower planes of its action. Here is where the battle is •
manifestation as charity, self- fought; simple though the illustration
forgetfulness, compassion, and the ten- may appear, it forcibly sets forth the ac-
dency of all illuminated ones to associa- tual conflict continually waging between
tion in universal brotherhood?" divine wisdom and mor tal error, care-
lessness, and ignorance.
Keely's reply: "I hold that ONE SU- The man of wealth and position goes
PREME FORCE, which we may term the on, perhaps, for some distance, the bat-
incomprehensible, holds within itself all tle all the while continuing; fmally, he
these sublime qualities, as an octave stops and ttll ns back, he yields to the
embraces its many tones. This force ex- dominating influence of that chord-
pressed in the human organism, has setting; he gives the beggar alms and
what may be termed CONCORDANT goes on his way with the skies bright
CHORDSEITINGS dominated by one or above him; he has won a battle he will
other of the above-named differentia- not have to fight again. Understand that
tions of this supreme force. victory is won, not by the giving of alms,
Now let us ask what makes human but by yielding to that divine force-
beings differ the one from the other. The differentiation. If this chord-setting had
reason we give for this striking natural not retained its dominance, it would only
phenomenon is that in one individual reqUire a few instances of the above type
these chord-settings are allowed full to render it latent, and when latent the
a mplitude in action, while in others they person is no longer amenable to influ-
are suppressed, and by suppression ences calculated to arouse compassion.
rendered latent. To illustrate: we will In like manner, other centers may be
picture a beggar asking alms of a richly rendered latent by repeated suppression,
dressed gentleman. who passes by en- until we find a person so dead to all ap-
tirely oblivious of the suppliant's needs; peals from the various chord-settings
but here the wonderful law of sympa- that his whole course in life is repre-
thetic action intercedes, making the sented by the SUIll-tOtal of the antago- •

wealthy individual comprehend the ne- nisms internally produced; results


cessitous condition of the pauper. proving this are seen everyday.
At this point the ego enters the You ask why do people commit such
chamber of the ordeal; here, in com- blunders and perform such acts as they
monplace life, in everyday SUI roundings, do, all the while seemingly unable to help
man is tried; this is initiation. themselves. The reason is that they
The well-to-do man goes on his way, have rendered latent these centers which
not caring to stop, hUllied perchance by otherwise would have given them the
the urgency of worldly affairs; the power to rightly control their deeds in-
chord-setting representing that differen- stead of being, as they now are, domi-
tiation of infinite force called by us com- nated exclusively by the forces of aggre-
passion, acting upon its concordant gated matter which we usually call the
chord-setting, loudly proclaims to the self-will of the outer personality, as dis-
ego what is right action, and the oppor- tinquished from the distinctly humane
tunity passing when it should be seized, individuality which always responds to

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a divine appeal. moral beauty and attractiveness. and all


It can be readily seen from this ex- because a center hitherto dOimant has
a mple that a man can mould himself been powerfully aroused or more com-
practically as he chooses; though he may pletely suppressed.
have to encounter many obstacles erect- Who knows but that all the varieties
ed by himself in past periods of ea I thly of disposition we see expressed every
existence. as he comes to earth anew hour in the persons of those about us is
with these chord-settings latent. or de- due to HABIT; in the case of the sweet
veloped to the extent they were so. at the and lovable. to the habit of constant
conclusion of his ea I th-embodiment; a yielding to the dominance of what we
man has therefore only to carefully ex- may tel III super-celestial force. while on
a mine the condition of these settings to the other hand. the sour and morose are
lea m whether they are latent or devel- but the suffering victims of their own
oped; if latent. he knows well that if he habitual suppression of these same di-
yields to the dominance of the chord- vine centers of radiation. which are con-
settings of the supreme force - and he tinually dispersing the divine energy fo-
needs no monitor other than these to in- calized upon them throughout the
struct him. their voice being loud-toned. eternal ages of unwastlng life.
full. strong. deep. and high - to ca ny him Conceming circumstance let it be most
on to the consummation of his highest emphatically stated that they never need
ideal. their suppression leading him to be pennitted to suppress the upward
the lowest condition in which we behold tendencies of our nature; that they have.
that section of humanity which is domi- like all experiences. and opportunity
nated by the action of the blind forces contained within them. to act either for
inherent in aggregated matter. - forces the more perfect dominance of the celes-
which are at all times powerfully and in- tial or the terrestrial. none need deny;
timately associated with everyone who but it rests with every individual to em-
possess a material body. brace or reject opportunities as he will. to
The work of arousing to activity the accept the honors of initiation or under-
latent chord-settings is sometimes go the regrets consequent upon failure.
equivalent to giving birth to an entirely Only the keen. sensitive soul can
new condition in the person. the intellect understand when these opportunities
and the imagination having to actively come and go. for only such have won this
cooperate in the endeavor to produce right by successive victories gained
even the minutest degree of activity. through yielding to these celestial
In such persons their hardest expe- strea IDS of force. and the conqueror over
riences may be the greatest benefit to himself is the victor always, though he
them. if rightly taken; for it is through may seem sometimes to yield obedience
certain orders of experience - not un at- to a force greater than himself. Let the
tended with suffering - that these centers supreme desire of each one of us ever be
are powerfully acted upon. The foregoing that these resonating centers. pel lila-
illustrations of the merchant and the nent throughout measureless cycles of
beggar introduces one in whom the ac- time. graduated by the all-wise builders
tion of the centers is to a cel tain degree of the universe to perfect concordance
active. with the Divine Force which is in essence
In experiences where the emotions incomprehensible. - shall vibrate to full-
are intensely aroused their action is far est amplitude of action; so shall we each
greater, and we may see the result of the escape from the pains. sorrows. and
conflict. in the event of a person of hith- disappOintments associated with their
erto unnoticeable traits being developed suppression and inevitably resulting
either into a person of crabbed, irritable from it."
disposition or into one of considerable

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HemyWood
reprinted from ARENA. #LXIII February. 1895


In the light of recent psychical dem- of a quiver."
onstrations. it has been said that The basic medium of these enumer-
thoughts are things. perhaps a more ex- able wavy motions is undoubtedly the
act statement would be that they are universal ether. the nature of which can
forces. only be dimly conjectured through its
In physical science. the present trend multifor m manifestations. Who can say
of teaching is distinctly from the former that this is not the boundless common
accepted atomic basis. which included meeting ground between the spiritual
the solidity and potency of matter. to- and the material? Unaccountably
wards a hypothesis in which energy is enough. the myriads of vibrations of dif-
regarded as the underlying principle of ferent kinds and velocities that are
all phenomena. Thus the atom. which sweeping through space do not appear to
has never been discovered. and is not disturb or neutralize each other in the
likely to be. is no longer recognized as the least. There is a clear path for all.
real unit in the physical economy. energy These late developments in physical
being now accepted as the primal stal l- science. which have only been hinted at
ing point. in the most general of tellIls. callY with
Manifestations to our senses. which them necessary inferences and correla-
we call light. heat and sound. are only tions. the scope of which can yet hardly
differentiated modes of vibratory forces. be imagined. The dematerialization. or
Primal energy. unitary in its essence. perhaps what may even be called the
and always conserved in the aggregate. spiritualization of physics. as a SCience.
takes on. to us. one of several qualitative is one of the marked logical tendencies.
appearances. according to the form of its There is also a growing demonstration
waves. or rather. perhaps. the rapidity of and conviction of the deceptive and ut-
its vibrations. Under certain circum- terly unreliable nature of sensuous ap-
stances and through the action of laws pearances. Science. before finally ac-
yet imperfectly understood. these vari- cepting any proposition as proven. has
ous modes of manifestation are inter- always insisted upon material and
changeably transformed in constant mathematical demonstration. This is
repetition. well in its place but it is not all. in fact it
Model11 science has accepted the is only the lower and cruder side.
conclusion that vibration is a universal Matter. as fOllnerly regarded. seems
law. and the recognition of this fact is the to be consciously melting into mind or
key which is unlocking mysteries and spirit. It is no longer inert or dead. but
solving phenomena hitherto unexplaina- instinct with life. Its transformations are
ble. It has furnished an all- ceaseless and mysterious. Can anyone
comprehensive working hypothesis. Be- explain just how and why a visible solid
ginning with an inter-molecular rh can take the fOlln of an invisible gas and
of inconceivable rapidity in all bodies. vice versa?
even those that appear to be solid and at The theoretical boundary line be-
rest. its domain of wave movements ex- tween the immaterial and the material is
tends through all space. and its impulses getting very faint if not actually disap-
are coursing in every conceivable direc- pearing. Let us drop our crude. childish
tion. They are 'c easeless and endless. materialism and rise easily and reason-
The cosmos may truly be said to be "all ably to the grand conception that differ-

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Universal Laws Never Before Revealed .. Keely's Secrets

entiated forces are being traced back. externally actualized his model. He is
even through the methods of the physi- mind or spirit. but his physical expres-
cist to the One Primal Energy - INFINITE sion. which should be of ideal quality.
MIND. The vetis which in our infantile outpictures his perverted estimate of
development we have hung around ex- himself. Not recognizing his true being.
ternal nature are growing so attenuated he has drawn a mistaken outline and
that we can almost discern with unaided then naturally filled it out. He has thus
vision the active operation of Supreme unwittingly hidden his own potential and
Intelligence. Goodness and Beneficence. divine forces. though they are still with-
All profound discernment and analo- in. The mirror of false consciousness
gy lead back to the grand fundamental has reflected a doleful image which he •

premise. that behind all manifestations. has seriously taken for himself.
energy is One. that it is an Intelligent The purer and higher trend of science
Energy. and is therefore Omni-present is characterized by a gradual refmement
Mind. Monisn. or the inherent unity of and immateriality. The laboratory
all things. is the growing inspiration of should become a sanctuary. for in it are
science. It is thereby confirming the irn- gained glimpses of the Eternal. Man
pressions already received through the himself is being more truly interpreted as
delicate vision of the unfolded interior the highest expression of divinity. He is
faculties. Paul's immortal aphorism. a concrete manifestation of the One
that "in Him we live and move and have Mind. finite . but with unlimited possi-
our being" has waited long for scientific bilities. He is inconceivably great.
endorsement. but it is apparently soon to though ignorantly unaware of it. But a
be realized. We behold the universe as significant indication of his growing
soulful and not mechanical. This is no consciousness of the possession of su-
ancient superstitious pantheism resur- pernal power is found in the recent dis-
rected. Rather the Deity is infinitely covery of the dynamic and formative po-
honored as compared with any and all tency of his thought. The Infmite
past human concepts. Uncreate is the primal and universal en-
If all energy. in its last analysis. be ergy. but man is its embodier and mani-
Intelligent Mind. and vibration the uni- festor. His mental forces cannot create
versal method. we may reasonably infer de novo. but they can mould. utilize and
that human mind or volition. being in. express. The unfolded soul having de-
and a pal t of the whole. should form no veloped a self-consciousness of its tran-
exception in the working plan of its or- scendent power. intelligently sends out
derly activities. If essential. potential its own vibrations from its own center.
and ideal man be the "offspring." "image" Conforming to the divine plan and chord.
and manifestor of God. nothing unlike it it becomes a reflection. or secondary ra-
could be nor mal. As the for mer ideals of dtator of rhythms which are concordant
a Deity. localized. personified. changea- with the Original.
ble and in every way unconsciously lim- We are logically led to the conclusion
ited. are slowly replaced by the tran- that the recent recognition of the potency
scendent ideal of the unconditioned "All and utility of the projective vibration of
in All." the interrelation of all things. to thought. is an unprecedented and im-
and in God. is being grasped. When man mense step in scientific achievement.
refines. enlarges and elevates his con- human unfoldment and spiritual evolu-
sciousness of Divinity. he does the same tion. Man is fmding his rightful domi-
for his own deeper and generic spiritual nant place in nature. in the arcana of
nature. which though temporarily ob- soul force and expression. and in his re-
scured. is in reality. himself. If God be lation to the Infinite.
spirit. man. His reflection and likeness. Before considering specifically the
must also be spirit and not dust. By a dynamic relations between mind and
traditional and distorted self conscious- mind. it may be well to note briefly these
ness he has thought himself to be a poor. relations as they exist between a human
Sinful. material being. and the for mative mind and its physical counterpart. Man
power of his mental specification has is mind. and this statement implies that

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The DynanIics of Mind

the physical organism is not man. but as man recognizes the fact that he is a
only his visible index or expression. To mental and spiritual dyna 1110 he will no
attempt to prove this is like demonstrat- longer remain a vassal in his own legiti-
ing an axiom. but yet mankind at large mate kingdom. But the more specific
indicate by their action that they do not treatment of the relations of mind to
practically believe it. Nine-tenths of the body must be reserved for a subsequent
care. labor. and attention of the world is paper.
bestowed upon the body and its gratifi- A dominant vibration in the
cation. or upon those subordinate men- thought-atmosphere is able to arouse a
tal powers. the product of which will nation. or a continent. Great minds. as
command the greatest commercial value. well as those of less development. are
Most of the prevailing systems of educa- submerged and swept along by it. Cru-
tion. so called. have the sa me end more sades. reformations. revolutions. and
or less directly in view. The trained in- refOIms. furnish numberless illustra-
tellect. including not only technical and tions of psychic upheaval and contagion.
professional attainment. but also the Through sympathetic vibration a vast
powers of literary. poetic and dramatic number of responsive mental strings are
ability. eloquence and wit. are largely stirred into action. As the rhythmical step
rated and valued on an economic and of a regiment will powerfully shake a
material basis. To train. control and strong bridge. so the concerted energy of
uplift the mind. and develop its higher mind will generate tidal waves of tre-
faculties for its own sake. and that of mendous import. The result is not
others. is not common. The world is still merely from a contemporaneous logical
endeavoring to "live by bread alone." process. cauied on respectively by many
Prevailing systems of philosophy. individuals. but from a great immaterial
science. theology. therapeutics. sociolo- gulf stream. deep and mighty. though
gy and charity. including ev- silent and unconscious.
olution. all proceed upon the general Mind. as aforce. is no more unintel-
hypothesis that man is intrinsically a ligible or unthinkable than other vibra-
material being. He has an attenuated tions of unseen energy. And there lies
quality called a soul. dependent upon the tremendous significance of the new
fleshly brain cells. psychology or recognition of soul force.
The "fall." not historic but continu- Till recently conventional science. as
ous. is from the ideal. potential and in taught in all accepted textbooks. recog-
mostly actual. into the external of ap- nized no extension of the dynamics of
pearances. and this comprises the thought beyond the confines of the
Adamic consciousness. Men cling to the physical organism. The mind. with fee-
sensuous Eden until they are sta I ted ble domination. through nerve channels.
and driven from it by the loud calling of could transmit its orders to different
the divine voice within. The beneficent parts of its visible counterpart. but it was
expulsion from that Eden. and the suc- not believed that it could go one inch
ceeding necessary restlessness. furnish beyond that limit. Any suggestion that
the true and only impetus for voluntary telepathy. or thought transference. could
moral and spiritual evolution. The world take place at a distance of a thousand
is still largely peopled with Ada ms who miles. or even one mile. would have been
practically believe that they are made of pronounced impossible.
red ea I th or dust. We shall waste no time in the mere
Is man to grasp. mould and rule that attempt to prove the fact that thought is.
little portion of dust that he has tempo- and can be. prOjected through space.
rarily taken on. and which before has both consciously and unconSCiously. No
often been used to express and embody well-infOImed individual who has given
other qualities of life. or must he believe any adequate attention to the subject
himself in bondage to it? Shall the now questions it. Scores of pages might
shadow. even though real as a shadow. be filled with exa mples. now on record.
dominate the substance? Not forever. which are entirely beyond collusion or
even in what is called this life. So soon coincidence. Every one of thousands of

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hypnotic experiences proves it. and every laws which govern a force inconceivably
case of healing through mental treat- grander and higher than electricity. may
ment attests it. There is no fact in we not dismiSS undue sensitiveness as to
physical science better assured. deviations from traditional scholasti-
And how has the world received this cism. and for the sake of humanity. step
transcendent truth which is transform- out of the ruts which have been grooved
ing in its potency. all-inclusive in its se- by the schoolment of the darker and
quences. and divine in its possibilities? nallower past? All great advances in
Very much as it would a new curio or an their earlier aspects have been irrational
ingenious toy. The institutional psy- innovations.
chologist fondles it. turns it over. weighs Regarding the funda mental basis of
and measures its properties in his la- psycho-dynamics. not only as admitted
boratory. speculates about it. and makes but overwhelming proven. let us now
a profession of it. But the last thing to be concisely sum up a few of the results
thought of. is to make it useful to man- which logically should be realized. They
kind. That would be unprofessional. To are of stupendous significance. but sur-
ha mess and utilize this force of all forces rounded as we are by the blank walls of
for the good of humanity would lower it our self-imposed and traditional limita-
from the select and cha I med circle of tions we can hardly picture them even to
professional theory and speculation to the imagination.
the broad plane of practical and benefi- Thoughts being forces. every mind is
cent agencies. a creative center from which rhythms of
The average psychical researcher qualitative energy are going out in all di-
shows much of the same indifference as rections. By their impact upon corre-
to any utilization of his favorite prinCi- sponding chords in other minds. these
ples of pursuits. He is engaged in a nev- are also swept into active vibration.
er-ending pursuit of phenomena. He will Throw a pebble into a lake and the placid
strain his investigative powers. and bUi n surface at once becomes vibrant with a
midnight oil in testing. comparing and series of ever-widening circles which go
recording curious manifestations. and in out to its utmost boundary. They are
interpreting their methods and laws. but never quite lost. or neutralized. though
as to their practical application in ethical we may be unable to trace them to their
culture. therapeutic potency or spiritual final destination. So every soul is the
unfoldment he is as innocent as a child. seat of a great centrifugal cmrent. which
It has not occurred to him. These re- is generated and set free in the simple
flections are made in no impatient spirit process of . g. This is true - though
as applied to individuals. but rather to less in degree - of desultory or aimless
show the negative character of systems thought. as well as of that which is con-
of thought into which we have allowed centrated and prOjected with definite in-
ourselves to become crystallized. How tent. Every thinker is a battery ofpositive
forces even though he utter never a
would at once he xmmjfest if the fear of word.
being called unprofessional and uncon- The soul - which is the man - is a
ventional. which now holds men in resonant instrument with innumerable
bondage. could be eliminated! tremulous strings of the most delicate
Besides the classes already noted quality. The water in the lake responds
there are many excellent people. lovely in to the pebble. but the medium through
character and pure in motive. whose which thought-waves pass is infinitely
temperamental fondness for the mystical more subtle and elastic.
leads them to seek viSions. dream What volumes of potential energy
dreams. and to cultivate an order of are wasted and far worse. in negative and
phenomena more dramatic than profita- discordant mental activities! We are not
ble. Abstract truth and vivid demon- thinking for ourselves but for the world.
stration are well. but the world is hun- With the shuttle of thought in the loom
gering for their application to its woes. of the mind. we are weaving the multi-
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The Dynamics of Mind

not merely immaterial but to be out- lies through the dyna mics of fO! mative
wardly actualized and manifested. If one thought. Our way to elevate other lives
in his own soul strikes the discordant is also through their creative mental en-
notes of anger, envy, avarice, selfishness ergies.
or even those seemingly more ha I mless When the art of projecting thought
ones of simple fear, weakness, grief, vibrations on a high plane is systemati-
pessimism or depression, he is creating cally cultivated, and the concentrative
and vibrating those conditions far and habit developed, potency for good is in-
near, thereby stll ring the corresponding creased a hundredfold. Force is no
chords in other souls into sympathetic longer squandered in worse than useless
activity. The sphere of outward action is discordant negations, but intelligently
limited, while that of thought is bound- conserved in positive vigor and exuber-
less. Mere doing makes ephemeral rep- ance. Purposeful thought ministration,
utation, while quality of . g deter- spiritual and pure in quality, accurately
mines, or rather is, vital character. and scientifically projected, like an arrow
Every one's thought-images are being towards a target, will be the great har-
constantly impressed both upon himself monizing and uplifting agency that will
and others. His mind is a busy factory transjollll the world. Vibrations of love,
where conditions are positively manu- peace, spirituality, health, sanity and
factured. He weaves their quality, con- ha I mony, will be radiated in ever widen-
sciously or unconsciously, into every ing circles, striking responsive unisons
nerve, muscle and tissue of his own that are only waiting for a well-directed
body. His materialistic thought tethers concordant impulse.
him in a little circle of limitation, while The dyna lIlics of mind, when gener-
boundless green fields lie beyond waiting ally utilized, will be the sovereign balm
for occupation. His mental pictures of that with scientific accuracy will heal all
evil, disorder and disease, photograph the infelicities of society. It will usher in
themselves not only upon his own mind not only refO! m but regeneration. In its
and body but upon those of his fellows. copious fulness it will overflow from the
One cannot afford to think much altitude of spiritual development, until
about evil, even for the well-intentioned the subordinate plains of intellectuality,
pu rpose of its su The true ethics, therapeutics, sociology, econom-
_ s s s Thought- ics and physics are swept purified and
space given to it confers realism, famil- uplifted. The highest includes every-
iarity and finally dominion. To silence thing below. With the kingdom of heaven
discordant strings in ourselves or others - which is subjective hannony - first
we must vibrate their opposites. To tIuly sought, "all these things" will be added.
sympathize with a friend who is quiver-
ing with trouble or sorrow, is not to drop
into his rh and intensifying it - as is
usual - but to lift his consciousness by
striking a higher chord in unison. The
road to mental and physical invigoration

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77
eu r n er

John Emst Worrell Keely

"A center of introductory action is are other properties of the neutral cen-
necessary in all operations of Nature." ter.
"It is the cause of the physical Uni-
All structures require a foundation. verse. Its attraction condensed that
This neutral center is the foundation. wWch we recognize as substance. Matter
was evolved from the affinity of tWs
"Every molecule, every mass, every neutral center for sympathetic strea ms
moving body in space, every solar sys- and since it is immovable, it caused,
tem, every stellar system, EVERY ROTA- through negative attraction the forma-
TORY SYSTEM, is built about a NEU- tion of nodes in these streams, where the
TRAL CENTER. It is the indestructible vibrations thereafter continued to meet
unit around wWch all that we recognize in a center of sympathetic coincidence
as matter is built. Immovable itself, it causing the permanence of fOim and
moves all things. Indestructible itself matter. Every nebula, an embryonic
throughout infinity of time, it creates all world, is acted upon, created and pre-
things. It produced and preserves the served by this neutral center, and at the
incalculable energy of motion of the en- termination of its cycle, it is ultimately
tire Universe. It bears the untWnkable also destroyed by it, causing its absorp-
burden of the mass of the Universe. It is tion into the Unknown from whence it
the most wonderful thing Man has dis- came.
covered in the Universe since he discov- "The actual neutral center of the
ered fIre. ea. th is, in fact, even infinitely smaller
"If we should take a planet of say than the billiard ball referred to above. It
20,000 miles diameter and should dis- consists of a compound interetheric
place a portion of the interior so as to point in space, so small that were we to
have a crust of say 5,000 miles thick- magnify a pin head to the size of the sun,
ness, and at the center of the planet, and from that substance take a pa. ticle
place a billiard ball, that small mass, of matter the same size, again magnify-
immeasurably smaller than the bulk of ing it to the size of the sun, the neutral
the ea. th, would bear the entire burden center would still be invisible, even
of the mass of the crust 5,000 miles tWck though the structure of tWs last sub-
and would keep it equidistant from itself. stance was examined through the Wgh-
No power, however great, could possibly est powered microscope ever created, or
displace tWs central mass so as to bring to be created. For the neutral center is
it into contact with the crust. Further- INDIVISIBLE. Its attributes do not be-
more, to move this central mass in any long to matter, and pertain in no way to
direction, would require a force suffIcient matter, wWch is but its exterior mani-
to move the entire mass of the planet, festation.
and in propagating or continuing any "Every aggregate mass consists of
such motion the neutral center, tWs bil- molecules, each of which has its neutral
liard ball, will at all time periods remain center where the three modes of vibra-
still in the exact center, bearing the same tion, dominant, harmonic, and enhar-
equidistant relation to its hollow shell. monic, meet in a center of sympathetic
The mind staggers in contemplating the coincidence and are equated without
burden bOine by tWs neutral center, cancellation of their energy."
where weight ceases." No less wonderful "The fixed neutral center of the ea. th


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Universal Laws Never Before Revealed .. Keely's Secrets

is the concentration or totalized power of before dawned on man's thought field.


all the several molecular neutral centers Had this been done. perpetual motion
in the eal th's mass. This neutral center. would have become a demonstrated fact.
which is absolutely WITHOUT WEIGHT. Were a machine so constructed as to use
an interetheric point in space. commu- its properties. an introductory impulse
nicates direct by means of its outflow of would suffice to run it for centuries.
sympathy. with every planetary mass in However. this would not be a useful me-
the Universe. Through its inflow of sym- chanical contrivance for no more energy
pathy. through the solar intermediate, could be obtained from it than was orig-
the sun. it receives the life flow from the inally given. and its only value would be
SUPREME NEUTRAL CENTER that ena- as a timekeeper." Keely did not seek to
bles it to perpetuate its existence. Thus invent. nor did he claim to have invented,
through the outflow from this Supreme perpetual motion.
Neutral Center that pivoting point of the "The neutral center is only estab-
Universe controls the existence and mo- lished when rotation exceeds 100 revo-
tion of not only every stellar. solar and lutions per minute. which is suffiCient.
planetary mass in space. but also the with the vibratory circuit running at
rotatory vibration. in every individual 100.000 per second, to neutralize the
molecule. inter molecule. etc. through all influence of gravity on the volume of the
the subdivisions of matter. thereby sus- neutral third of the sphere." The neutral
taining their existence and motion with center controls its sphere of operation,
the life flow. whether that mass controlled by it be
"All foundations must be sufficient to homogeneous or complex. All differential
bear their burden. Conceive then the mass antagonism is equated on the in-
Universe centered upon and resting the duction of certain orders of vibration.
burden of is incalculable mass and ki- The structural conditions can be entirely
netic energy on a vacuous interetheric adverse, even of unlike states --- gases
point in space. so minute that it is actu- with liquids, liquids with solids, solids
ally INDIVISIBLE. This conception can with gases. its control will be as complete
only be fully comprehended by an infinite in one case as in the other.
mind. Independent of time. because in- "The condition of unstable eqUilibri-
destructible in its unity. independent in um was born in each neutral center. that
space. because through its properties by means of this al rangement. the neu-
space itself exists and without it would tral center might become the connective
not exist. independent of matter because link or controlling tendency. holding
its properties in an external direction these two properties in balance and as-
created all that we know as matter and suming either phase at will. Between the
gave it seeming permanence, the neutral dispersing positive and the attractive
center is that protean, uncreated. inde- negative it stands. the deciding factor.
structible. forever-existing FIRST the Universal Will. "The action that in-
CAUSE. Without hands. without tools. duces this property I call the connective
without thought. without emotion, with- link is sympathetic planetary oscilla-
out love, without form, without sub- tion. "
stance. it. of itself. created all these. All
that we see or can see in the objective
Universe exists because of and by means
of the properties and powers of the
NEUTRAL CENTER.
"No machine heretofore constructed
has been made with a neutral center.
This conception of mechanics has never
,

79
a ueous
a on
by John K~ely

The peculiar conditions as associated with the into a new element by second order of dissocia-
gaseous elements of which water is composed, as tion, producing what I call low atomic ether.
regards the differential volume and gravity of its Third: ninths, the low atomic ether resolved into
gases, make it a ready and fit subject of vibratory a new element, which I denominate high or sec-
research. In submitting water to the influence of ond atomic harmonic. All these transmissions be-
vibratory transmission, even on simple thirds, the ing simultaneous on the disturbance of sympa-
high action induced on the hydrogen as contrast- thetic equilibrium by said negative accelerator.
ed with the one on the oxygen (under the same vi-
bratory stream) causes the antagonism between EXAMPLE:
these elements that induces dissociation. The dif-
ferential antagonistic range of motion, so favor- Taking the chord mass of the disintegrator B
ing the antagonistic thirds as to become thorough- flat, or any chord mass that may be represented
ly repellant. The gaseous element thus induced by the combined association of all the mechanical
and registered, shows thousands of times much parts of its structure (no two structures being
greater force as regards tenuity and volume than alike in their chord masses) taking B flat, the res-
that induced by the chemical disintegration of onators of said structure are set at B flat first oc-
heat, on the same medium. In all molecular disso- tave, B flat third octave and B flat ninth octave
ciation or disintegration of both simple and com- by drawing out the caps of resonators until the
pound elements, whether gaseous or solid, a harmony of thirds, sixths, and ninths are reached;
stream of vibratory antagonistic thirds, sixths, or which is simple movement of the fingers on the
ninths, on their chord mass will compel progres- diatonic scale, at the head, will determine by the
sive subdivisions. In the disintegration of water tremulous action which is highly sensible to the
the instrument is set on thirds, sixths, and ninths, touch, on said caps. The caps are then rigidly
to get the best effects. These triple conditions are fixed in their different positions by set screws.
focalized on the neutral center of said instrument The focalization to the neutral center is then es-
so as to induce perfect harmony or concordance tablished by dampening the steel rods, on the
to the chord note of the mass chord of the instru- back of the scale, representing the thirds, sixths
ments full combination, after which the diatonic and ninths, drawing a piece of small gum tube
and the enharmonic scale located at the top of the over them, which establishes harmony to the
instrument, or ring, is thoroughly harmonized chord mass of the instrument. Concordance is
with the scale of ninths which is placed at the thus effected between the disintegrator and the
base of the vibratory transmitter with the tele- ninths of the scale at base of transmitters with tel-
phone head. The next step is to disturb the harmo- ephonic head.
ny on the concentrative thirds, between the trans-
mitter and the disintegrator. This is done by This scale has a permanent sympathetic one,
rotating the siren so as to induce a sympathetic set on the ninth of any mass chord that may be
communication along the nodal transmitter, or represented, on any and all the multiple variations
wire, that associates the two instruments. When of mechanical combinations. In fact, permanently
the note of the siren becomes concordant to the set for universal accommodations.
neutral center of the disintegrator, the highest or-
der of sympathetic communication is established. The next step is to establish pure harmony be-
It is now necessary to operate the transferable vi- tween the transmitter and the disintegrator, which
bratory negatizer or negative accelerator, which is done by spinning the siren disk, then waiting
is seated in the center of the diatonic and enhar- until the sympathetic note is reached, as the siren
monic ring, at the top of the disintegrator, and chord, decreasing in velocity, descends the scale.
complete disintegration will follow (from the an- At this juncture, the negative accelerator must be
tagonisms induced on the concordants by said ad- immediately and rapidly rotated, inducing high
junct) in triple progression, thus: First thirds: Mo- disturbance of equilibrium between the transmit-
lecular dissociation resolving the water into a ter and the disintegrator by triple negative evolu-
gaseous compound of hydrogen and oxygen. Sec- tion, with the result that a force from five to ten,
ond: sixths, resolving the hydrogen and oxygen fifteen, twenty, and thirty thousand pounds to the

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Universal Laws Never Before Revealed .. Keely's Secrf

square inch is evolved by the focalization of this ate. "


triple negative stream on the disintegrating cell,
or chamber, whether there be one, two, three, Water is a ready and fit subject for vibratory
five, or ten drops of water enclosed within it." research on account of its "differential volume"
and gravity of its gases. Even on simple thirds the
"When moist air is subdivided by atomic vibra- differential action between hydrogen and oxygen
tion, the hydrogen is dissociated or separated causes antagonism and dissociation. The differen-
from the oxygen but neither of them pass from tial of mass is such that the hydrogen and oxygen
the intennolecular state. Not until the intetrnolec- become thoroughly repellant and thereby exhibit
ular structure of hydrogen is subdivided by inter- . thousands of times more force than could be in-
atomic vibrations can it assimilate with the intro- duced by heat on the same amount of water. Vi-
ductory etheric element." bration of antagonistic thirds, sixths and ninths on
the mass chord will compel progressive subdivi-
"The latent force from liquids and gases differs sions and to get the best effect on water, the in-
from that liberated in metals in that it results from strument is set on all of these. First, the focalizing
the breaking up of their rotating etheric enve- chord of sixths induces perfect harmony to the

lopes, increasing simultaneously the range of mass chord. Then the diatonic scale and enhar-
their corpuscular action giving under confine- monic scale at the top of the instrument (or ring)
ment forces of almost infinite variety of pres- is harmonized with the scale of the ninths at the
sures. When liberated from the tube it is confined base of his Trexar with the telephone transmitter.
in it seeks its medium of corresponding tenuity His next procedure was to disturb the harmony
with a velocity exceeding that of light." between the transmitter and disintegrator on the
concentrative thirds or sixths, by rotating a siren.
"The sympathetic neutral flow (from the mo- This he used to induce sympathetic communica-
lecular neutral centers to the mass neutral center) tion along the Trexnonar between the vibrator
is the latent power liberated in the disintegration and disintegrator. When the siren concorded to
of water. In water this power is dispersive, liber- the neutral center it established the highest order
ating latent elastic energy, while in metals the la- of sympathy. He then operated the "transferable
tent force manifests itself only in negative attrac- vibratory negatizer" or "vibratory accelerator" in
tion and when these vibrations are applied to the center of the "diatonic and enharmonic ring"
minerals, there is evolved the primal ether which at the top of the disintegrator and complete disin-
is dissipated, leaving behind only an impalpable tegration followed. The thirds first resolved the
intermolecular dust, in which is contained in vir- water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen, then
gin fOIm an metals originally in the mineral the sixths resolved the hydrogen and oxygen into
mass. " new elements by ' dissociation, producing "low
atomic ether." Then the ninths resolved the low
A non-intermittent flow of sympathy must atomic ether into a new element or "high or sec-
flow along the Trexar, consisting of harmonious- ond atomic harmonic." All these transmissions
ly adjusted thirds. Differential molecular weight were simultaneous on the sympathetic equilibri-
is required, that is, the gas must contain heavy at- um being disturbed by the negative accelerator.
oms and light atoms. This condition is satisfied
by water, which consists of two light atoms of hy- Keely's first efforts toward disintegration of
drogen and one heavy atom of oxygen. The oxy- the elements of water were successful because of
gen atom weighs sixteen times as much as the hy- the differential weight of the respective atoms
drogen. composing its molecules. Subsequently, he dis-
covered that this same method, disintegration by
It is absolutely necessary to release the molec- differential mass, may be carried out with any
ular ether by reducing the water to the interatom- gas, in other words, it must contain heavy atoms
ic state, before the atoms within the intermole- and light atoms. The heavy atom or oxygen in
cules can be released. Also the etheric capsules of water weighs just sixteen times as much as either
the atomic and interatomic must be ruptured be- of the hydrogen atoms to which it is joined by
fore the interatomic force can be produced. The chemical affinity.
ether from one subdivision is essential to subdi-
viding the next higher. "In the dissociation of water, molecular and in-
tenl10lecular dissociation produces the first order
Keely systemized the proper vibratory chords of ozone, which is refreshing and vitalizing to
progressively, from the introductory molecular to breathe. Atomic and interatomic dissociation pro-
the interetheric, embracing seven distinct orders duces the second order of ozone, which is too
of triple subdivision. He proved to his own satis- pure to breathe, for it produces insensibility." The
faction that progressive subdivision evolves new third order of ozone, produced by etheric and in-
and distinct elements "too multiple to enumer- teretheric dissociation, Keely used in his "carbon

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Theory and Formula of Aqueous Disintegration

register" to produce a high vibratory circuit to


break up cohesion, which he recognized as mo- The etheric dominant or celestial current induc-
lecular magnetism. It is possible that this "disso- es aqueous disintegration and thermal concentra-
ciation" in the "carbon register" depolarized the tion which two prime conductors display a coin-
iron molecules by allowing the corpuscular out- cident chord of sympathy with the celestial
reach to return within the molecular embrace. current. These two prime conductors link the ter-
The acceleration of vibration producing these dif- restrial to the celestial, without which electricity
ferent orders is governed by the introductory im- and magnetism would tend to
pulse and the subsequent chords, as arranged in become static or stable, all life and motion are
his Liberator, by which he dissociated water. In governed by a dual power disturbance of equilib-
molecular dissociation he used one fork of 620, rium and sympathetic equation, both of which are
setting chords on the first octave. In atomic separ- in turn moved and regulated by electricity and
ation, he used two forks, one of 620 and one of magnetism.
630, setting chords on the second octave. In
etheric separation he used three forks, one of 620, Progressive molecular and intermolecular dis-
one of 630 and one of 12,000, setting the chords sociation reproduces on a small scale Nature's
on the third octave. system of light production and also invariably re-
sults in vortex motion. All corpuscular action in
"Not until the intenllolecular structure of hy- Nature is vortex motion. The vortex action be-
drogen is subdivided by interatomic vibrations, tween the terrestrial and celestial streams, terres-
can it assimilate with the introductory etheric ele- trial condensation against solar tensions, shows
ment." conditions analogous to those displayed in the
dissociation of water into hydrogen and oxygen,
Certain differential, dual, triple or quadruple that is, vortex motion of the highest order, but pe-
chords act as an introductory impulse exciting ac- ripheralonly.
tion on molecular masses (liquid or gaseous) de-
creasing molecular oscillation. They are then in a EXAMPLE OF DIS INTEGRA nON
receptive state for vibratory disintegration. The
diatonic-enhatUlonic is sounded, increasing mo- If the mass chord of the disintegrator is B flat,
lecular oscillation. Molecular subdivision takes the resonators of that structure are set at B flat
place when oscillation exceeds 50% of their di- first octave, B flat third octave and B flat ninth
ameters. (Molecular or interlllolecular?) The gas octave, by drawing out the resonator caps and
is now molecularly subdivided and assnmes a clamping the set screws. A simple movement of
high velocity of rotation in any confining contain- the fingers on the diatonic scale at the head will
er, be it sphere or tube and becomes the medium determine by the tremulous action of the caps
or prepared subject for further disintegration. At when exactly resonant. Neutral focalization is
this particular time Keely sought to further excite then established by dampening the steel rods on
this preparatory medium by the use of an "illumi- the back of the scale representing thirds, sixths,
nated revolving prism" a condenser (concave mir- and ninths, by drawing a piece of small gum tube
ror or convex lens) and colored lenses, thereby over them, which establishes hatmony to the
giving the vibratory frequencies of their respec- mass chord of the instrument. This effects con-
tive colors. In his disintegrator a glass tube of suf- cordance between the disintegrator and the ninths
ficient strength to withstand a pressure of 1000 of the scale at base of transmitter with telephone
lbs. per square inch was arranged leading to the head.
neutral center and the Trexar was attached to the
external end of this glass tube. His use of this This instrument had a universal accomrnodator
tube was probably also to convince the skeptics for all ninths in all multiple variations. This was
that the production of his power was genuine and possibly his sphere resonator.
possibly also was used to transmit color vibra-
tions of such frequencies as to release the energy Concordant harmony must now be established
in the neutral center of the sphere. between the transmitter and the disintegrator by
spinning the siren disk and waiting for the sympa-
When the triple introductory impulse or chords thetic note as its velocity decreases. As soon as
in three octaves, are transmitted to the disintegra- this note sounds, the negative accelerator must be
tor it SUBSERVES OR RENDERS NON- rapidly rotated inducing high disturbance of equi-
OPERATIVE THE MOLECULAR CONCOR- librium between the disintegrator and the trans-
DANT THIRDS AND ANTAGONIZES WITH mitter by triple negative evolution resulting in
DISCORDANT 'IHIRDS, extending their range enormous pressure. By triple negative evolution
of oscillation and thereby inducing the highest he doubtless means disintegration to the etheric
degree of repellant antagonism or repulsion to- stage.
ward the neutral center of the sphere volume.

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Establishing Resonance Harmony Giving Vortex Motion

Nodes forming Completed Unit


Vibration into of Duality
Thirds at Nodes Tensorial Lines of
Negative Force

solid matter
in 3 dimensions

83
ee o or ere
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by Dale Pond

For over 120 years the secret concerning the operation is a boon just the way it is. This means
function and operation of the Keely Hydro- new models can be built of PVC or other plas-
Pneumo-Pulsating-Vacuo motor has baffled all tics.
the scientists and engineers who saw it. This •

mystery of mysteries has been solved. The importance of this discovery cannot be
over stated: 1) It proves Keely wasn't a fraud as
I had developed a theory of operation over some alledge. 2) It gives mankind a whole new
the past several years regarding its secret of oper- energy source that is clean, powerful and simple.
ation. What was needed was to rebuild and run 3) It uses a plentiful and costless fuel - water. 4)
the motor to prove the theory. It gets us into the doorway to reach for his great-
er and more wonderful discoveries based on his
During the second week of August, Vic etheric vapor. This motor, as simple as it is, led
Hansen andI resolved to recondition the original Keely to the discovery and development of his
Keely motor in his possession. Extraordinary etheric vapor and etheric force. By understand-
care was taken not to damage any part and all ing its prime principle of function, we too, can
gaskets were replaced and all leaks fixed. We make this giant step into the far reaches of ap-
succeeded in recuperating only one of the two plied physics.
pistons as a valve in the second piston was fro-
zen and we loathed to dismember the motor that So, how does it work? Where does the ener-
this second piston would function. We were able gy come from to propel itself? From cavitation
to reconstitute the functionality in only one pis- of water. You are no doubt familiar with the
ton. This proved to be sufficient for the test. phenomenon of water hammer. This is cavita-
Running on only one cyclinder was not sufficient tion and is the very same source of energy in the
for the motor to run on its own power so we ran Keely Motor. Water hammer is the development
water through it in reverse. This was sufficient to of a negative pressure cell in a flowing stream of
prove the principle as we could clearly hear the water by cutting off its supply quite suddenly.
"pop" of the one live cylinder coinciding with The resulting partial vacuum collapses (im-
the timing and function of principles. As the pis- plodes) with a force that can reach several thou-
ton "popped" the crank and conections respond- sand pounds per square inch instantly. In his
ed to the momentary decrease in pressure. Yes, I motor this pressure was controlled to around 50
said decrease in pressure. psi which was sufficient to run this little model.

This function of this motor represents the fe- Those of you working with implosion forces
male or nightside forces at work. The force is will be glad to see this practical application of
one of implosion or centralization of vibratory the phenomenon of cavitation and the resulting
forces. It is exactly opposite in function to every implosive force.
known type and manner used to today to derive
motive power. This explains, in part, why it has Thus, the engineers investigating Keely's
remained a mystery all these years. because they Motor were all looking for a male or explosive
were looking for expansive force or the male, force and found none. During the collapse ofthe
propulsive type forces, they reamined baffled be- cavitation bubble formed in the piston chamber
cause no such force exists in its function. Two the piston was sucked down and not pushed up
other notable things can be said about its func- as in our "modern" engineering concepts.
tion: one, it uses a lot of water to run, second,
there is no heat whatsoever as it operates. The The design of Keely's motor is so simple
need for so much water can be resolved with bet- and basic that anyone with a modicom of talent
ter engineering - this should be simple feat as we can replicate and even improve on his design.
know Keely eventually generated thousands of He built his machine over 120 years ago and was
psi using but a few drops of water as he im- hindered by not having the convenience we have
proved the design of the motor. The coldness of of modern valves, ready made materials and 120

84
Universal Laws Never Before Revealed .. Keely's Secl

years of hydraulic engineering as support. Since and reactions is fascinating and promises so
the motor runs cold and with ordinary water the much for development that we will all be very
parts to build a unit can be had at your nearest busy developing them for years to come.
hardware store. I suggest looking into PVC pipe
and automatic valves such as are used in building In the Keely Motor the water is ftrst drawn
sprinkler systems. Two valves, one for intake into the central pulsating vacuum chamber by a
and one for exhaust coupled to a PVC cyclinder light vacuum formed when the pistons pull water
should be all that is needed. into the system. This vaccum chamber maintains
a steady negative pressure on the water from this
To go about building your own working point on. Between the vacuum chamber and the
model of his motor you shold ftrst acquire a copy pistons are two valves. The ftrst is a one-way
of the book "Cavitation" by F. Ronald Young, check valve which serves to maintain the vacu-
MacMillan and Co. This book can be purchased um in the central pulstaing vacuum chamber yet
through Delta Spectrum Research for $54.95 cat- allows the pistons to pull water into itself as it is
alog #BOOO2989. This book is the ftrst and needed. The second valve is quite ingenious and
hence only book detailing cavitation. The differ- simple. Its function is: 1) to allow water into the
ent kinds of cavitation and their technical param- piston, 2) close for implosion and then 3) to al-
eters are explored very throughly. The resulting low drainage of the spent water.
effects of cavitation such as sonolurninescence
and sonochemistry are all explored. The book The water then passes directly into the pis-
further gives hundreds of references forsource ton during its up (suction) stroke. The valve ro-
materials or previous research and lab work on tates shutting off the water stream just as the pis-
this most fascinating of subjects. There is also a ton reaches its apex and cavitates which brings
very good technical description of water hammer the piston down again. Instantly the valve ro-
on page 249. tates a little more opening two exhaust ports and
the water is pushed and drained out through the
How the motor works bottom. This is all there is to the Keely motor.
It is simple, elegant and functional. Rules of
Water hammer is caused by a stream of wa- thumb are: 1) the more vacuum the better the
ter being shut off quickly. The trailing edge of cavitation, 2) the greater the velocity of the water
the water stream (next to the shutoff valve) be- the better the cavitation. The book "Cavitation"
comes rarefted (partial vacuum) and forIlls into a has more ideas on improving cavitation than we
negative pressure area ftlled with a sensitized va- have space here to list.
por composed of water, air and any gases that
may have been present in the water. This vapor
is the fust stage or the basic form of Keely's Editor's Note (June, 1994): Since this article
etheric vapor. The negative pressure cell collaps- was written much more has been learned about
es when the water stream bounces back against this motor. Please refer to book "The Keely Mo-
the shutoff valve. The physics of these actions tor" .

85
Sympathetic Vibrato Physics
The Science and Technology of John Ernst Worrell Keely

Lecture given by Dale Pond before the


Swiss Association of Free Energy.
October 28. 1989. Einseideln. Switzerland

Mankind has placed himself in a history. But this is not so. To those
grave situation. He has divorced him- who have perished and those who now
self from Nature with his current atti- suffer this is a tellible time in history.
tudes towards Science and Religion. The The question remains ''why is this so?"
study of Nature is really a study of Sci-
ence and Religion. Science is man's ef- It is an easy thing to point one's fin-
fort to know about Nature. Religion is ger at the "bad guys" and lay blame at
man's effort to reconnect with that Na- someone else's feet. It is easy to say
ture. Hence through the arts of SCience one political group is evil and one's own
and religion Mankind is attempting to political group is innocent. The truth of
know what Nature is in its truest sense the matter is these problems were not
and by way of this ever-expanding un- created by anyone or several groups of
derstanding to establish his kinship politically oriented peoples. These prob-
with Nature. These two subjects are lems were created and perpetuated by
bound together as a two sided unit. ignorance. This ignorance is a lack of
Science on the one side is ever expand- awareness that all of Mankind is a part
ing understanding and Religion is the of Nature. This materialistic ignorance
assimilation of himself into this ever does not recognize that we are all part
growing awareness of all that is around of a single natural scheme closely
him. This concept is of course the ideal bound together in our actions and cir-
situation. Mankind has rarely attained cumstances. A concept of Oneness. an
this ideal state. idea that Mankind is a valuable part of
Nature. has long been held and pre-
In actuality Mankind has separated served through the centuries most con-
himself from Nature with his ever in- spicuously by the religious and meta-
creasing materialistic views embodied in physical organizations. Materialistic
both Science and Religion. His Science science has cut off these tried and true
admits no connection between himself ideas at the knees and left man bereft of
and his experiments. Atheistic atti- his common foundation. Materialistic
tudes separates him from Nature and science has left mankind with nowhere
natural processes. This is in error and to go except along the paths he has es-
has lead ultimately to the abysmal situ- tablished in this century. These paths
ation we find on ea. th today. Pollution have lead to more bloodshed. pain and
is rampant and uncontrolled. Hunger. suffering than all previous paths he has
pain and suffering. and a lack of the ba- ever choosen.
sic material necessities plagues people
in all countries. In fact. this century Free energy will not liberate Man-
has been the bloodiest time in all of kind from these evils. Neither will faster
Mankind's history with nearly 100 mil- and more powerful machines free him of
lion souls destroyed in all pa. ts of the these self imposed burdens. Certainly
globe. more money. more people and more bu-
reaucracies will not help either. We al-
It would seem. at first glance. that ready have cheaper energy. more peo-
with all the modernizations and increas- ple. more bureaucracies and have
es in human science and technology. spend vast amounts of human effort to-
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and the net result has been an increase al benefits for everyone because it rec-
of the same problems. Mankind is on ognizes and uses the very foundation
the wrong path. principles of Nature itself. Because of
its recognition and acceptance of its role
What is needed. is a comprehensive in life it does not trample human rights
awareness that binds Mankind together or the rights of Nature and assumes full
within a wholistic knowledge that he is responsibility for itself within its own
a part, an important part, in the natural scope of possibilities. More than all
processes of Nature in which he finds this, it recognizes the valuable parts of
himself. What one man does has an ef- all sciences and religions and merges
fect on his neighbor and the natural them into a comprehensive and usable
processes su Hounding them both. This paradigm that has within itself seeds for
dual view of nature is fundamental to unlimited growth and expansion. This
science, religion and common sense. It paradigm of science is called Sympa-
is called the Law of Cause and Effect by thetic Vibratory Physics.
science and kal ma by cel tain religions.
This is an almost impossible law for What is Sympathetic Vibratory
most science or most religions to accept Physics? It is the science of Hallnony,
because it implies responsibility to one's of Oneness. It holds the concept that
self. It also implies that the perpetrator all comes from One Source, One Force.
be charitable. He must concede that It maintains that the fantastic a I ray of
his neighbor have as much impOl tance things and activities throughout the
to him as himself. Another false prem- universe are related in a simple man-
ise of materialistic science is that of in- ner. This simple basis of relativity is
sufficiency. The establishment of mon- called vibration. It has been long recog-
opolistic and totalitarian organizations nized that eve . g in the universe vi-
is based on this false idea of there not brates. Thus, a study of vibrations is
being enough energy or materialistic the study of the very foundation of Na-
substances to go around. With a broad- ture. For once we grasp the inner func-
er paradigm that concedes the Universal tioning of the vibratory Universal Crea-
Forces of Nature are limitless mankind tive Forces as they operate throughout
can then be charitable. But to even the universe, then, and only then, can
concede this much many are hesitant we correlate them into a comprehensive
because it implies their knowledge and paradigm and bring them into practical
power structures are based erroneously modes of usefulness for the benefit of
on false premises. These ideas of end- mankind . . Unlike dogmatic, cold sci-
less abundance implies sharing and ence, Sympathetic Vibratory Physics
most refuse to share because they be- does not isolate one phenomena from
lieve in limited materialities as opposed another but accepts and shows the in-
to limitless potentialities. -- Hence, the ter-connectivity between all things and
exercise of charity has not been one of forces. This interconnection between all
Mankind's greatest achievements. things is vibration and related vibratory
phenomena. To understand vibration
My message to you today is that we must develop a comprehensive orga-
there is a paradigm of both Science and nized science of vibration governed by
Religion that encompasses the highest laws and prinCiples. Fortunately a great
of virtues expressible by Man. There is deal of this development work has al-
a field of science so powerful that it can ready been done. We have a well devel-
build a new and better future for Man- oped science of music. Music is an or-
kind. There is a philosophy and science ganized art and science of vibrations
so all-encompassing that it can bring found within the audible range of the
Mankind to a realization of his Oneness infmite Electromagnetic Scale. A major
with his neighbors and with all of Na- segment of Sympathetic Vibratory Phys-
ture. This paradigm has latent within ics is therefore a study of music, its ar-
itself, because of its breadth and scope, ithmetical and philosophical basis of de-
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applied to procedures for inventing new and all social and material trouble as
and useful devices and processes. we know it will cease to exist." Steiner
went on to say: "The famous technology
The scientific implications of this of our days will come to its end soon;
science are no greater than the social because she will in a certain way wind
implications. In fact. one person sug- up herself. The following phenomenon
gested to Keely that he cease his scien- will then appear: Man will achieve the
tific work and proceed with the spiritu- faculty to employ the fine vibrations of
allzation of civilization. This is to say his ethereal body to impulsate mechani-
that Sympathetic Vibratory Physics is cal devices. The individual will be able
as important to mankind's spiritual and to transmit his own vibrations onto the
moral growth as it is to his material machine. and only he will be able to set
benefit. It has been often said that this the machine in motion. by the vibra-
science can not be fully mastered with- tions generated by himself. The men
out first having mastered self - a very who are now practical technicians will
metaphysical principle to be sure. The soon discover that they are standing be-
greatest pursuit of any man is to know fore a complete change as to what one
himself and his connection to all that is calls practical. when man will be in-
around him. This .self-knowledge then volved with his will in the objective feel-
brings an awareness of Oneness and de- ing of the world."
feats the ideas of separateness As a
consequence it brings an awareness of In 1918 Steiner brought the matter
responsibility to the individual himself up again from another direction: "All
and to those around him. searching in solid matter is nonsensical.
One will at a cel tain time abandon it --
Should we dare to place in man's and mankind will do this before the
hands such fantastic instruments as year 4000 -- that searching in solid
this science appears capable of deliver- matter as underlying nature . . Mankind
ing without the requisite moral and will discover something totally different;
spiritual understanding such that man he will discover rhythms everywhere in
might not misuse this knowledge to his nature. rhythmic arrangements. And
own detriment? Technology is a double when this knowledge about nature's
edge sword - its products can be used rhythms is callied on. one will come to
for man's benefit or his destruction. certain employments of these rh s
How wonderful it is that this technolo- in technology. That is the goal set for
gy. which promises so much in the fonn the future technology of Sympathetic Vi-
of new discoveries and controls over brations. vibrations generated on a
natural forces. also contains within it- small scale. and then continued on a
self that which may guide man in the large scale. so that by this simple sym-
correct usage of them. Stories abound pathizing. harmonizing. an incredible
of Keely's accomplishments in this re- lot of work can be done." As some of
gard and point to a new method of engi- you know. this is exactly what Keely did
neering and building machines - a over 100 years ago.
method that binds the purposes of the
mind of man to mechanical function. John Ernst Worrell Keely worked in-
cessantly for over 30 years to dis-cover
Rudolph Steiner said in 1913: The the simple laws governing naturally oc-
"West people" of the English-speaking CUlling or allificially derived vibratory
countries. Great Britain and North forces. The result of his work was the
America. will develop the new mechani- rediscovery of 40 laws that govenl all vi-
cal faculty. They will be able to create bration and vibratory phenomena.
machines and mechanical devices These laws have been and are being
which work with hardly any human ef- published in The Journal of Sympathet-
fort; which work with help of the "Laws ic Vibratory Physics. Much work has
of Sympathetic Vibrations." These ma- gone into the interpretation and appli-
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modern physics and technology. Mod- music and music development we have
er n science is using some of these laws this relativistic paradigm. The funda-
unbeknownst to itself. The laser, micro- mental principle of music is relativity.
wave, quantum physics (chip design), A simple frequency is nothing of and by
musical and audio component manufac- itself. But relate that frequency to an-
turers are all using some of these laws other and we instantly have two separ-
in the design and construction of their ate entities locked together by a fIxed
products. Because of the differences in interval between them. This relation-
paradigms however, it will be many ship is always expressed as a ratio or
years before these laws become recog- the relative values rigidly fixed in a giv-
nized for their true worth. Modem sci- en relationship known as an interval.
ence is based in the concepts of mass vs
energy begun by Newton and fUi thered These actions are held to be in cer-
by Einstein. Sympathetic Vibratory tain and specifIc relations one to an-
Physics is based on the actions and in- other. It is fundamental to grasp the
teractions of polar and depolar vibra- signifIcance of this concept of relativity.
tions and the resultant sympathetic as- In an analysis of a simple hair comb
sociations. It appears that these which part, the teeth or the space be-
actions are the causes of mass and en- tween the teeth, is more important?
ergy. It is believed that a study of caus- The teeth of the comb are the active
es advances science to greater accom- parts - the pa I t that does the work but
plishments with more surety and speed without the spaces between the teeth
than the study of the results or symp- the teeth would have no value what-
toms of these causes. soever. Just so with frequencies of vi-
bration. The frequency of a vibration is
Sympathetic Vibratory Physics fo- the active component within an environ-
cuses on the inner nature of vibratory ment but the importance of this fre-
phenomena. It is well known that vi- quency can only be derived from its ac-
bratory activity contains within itself tion and interaction with other
many differing characteristics and phe- frequencies in that same environment.
nomena. These include: amplitude, ve- This interaction with other frequencies
locity, mode, sympathy, number and pe- is the embodiment of known natural
riodicity. Each of these characteristics laws of forces: every force has or
can be regarded as independent factors creates a reaction (Law of Polarity or
as they are generally considered in con- Opposites), two forces summed or dif-
ventional solutions. However in order ferenced result in a third force or reac-
to have Validity within an integral syn- tion (Law of Three).
apsis they must be conSidered as parts
of a whole. In a wholistic paradigm A study of syntheSized wave forms
each of these characteristics or compo- best explains the relationship between
nents must be considered as being rela- music and quantum physics as used by
tive one to the others. This viewpoint is John Keely. Among his legacy to us are
generally referred to as the Law of Rela- a number of charts showing musical no-
tivity. No thing can be considered of tations alranged according to his para-
and by itself as no thing in the Universe digm. It has been discovered that these
is isolated from interactions upon or by musical notes are placed so as to be
something else. The isolation of one synthesized into more complex wave
phenomenon from all others is science's fonns. Moderll engineering recognizes
greatest mistake. Until this error in the value of and uses hallnonics of fre-
thinking and practice is corrected we quencies. This is a doubling or halving
will continue to experience deleterious of a given frequency as part of an analy-
effects of our SCientifIc endeavors. Sym- sis of vibratory phenomena (Keely's Law
pathetic Vibratory Physics gives us a of Hallllonic Vibrations)3. Keely teach-
broad fIeld in which all things can be es us that there are many more rela-
studied as relative parts of a compre- tionships in vibrations than just the
hensive whole. Through the study of fundamental and its hal monies. There

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are also Sixths. Thirds. FoUl ths and fore govern all material things. Through
Sevenths as well as many others (Kee- their use Keely was able to liberate in-
ly's Law of Harmonic Pitch4). It is an credible forces of the atom in such a
established fact that several frequencies way that ha I mful and deleterious nucle-
synthesized together fOlIn a complex ar forces such as radioactivity were not
wave fOi m. If concordant frequencies evident or experienced. All atomic and
are merged we have one kind of vibrato- nuclear forces are measured in ter ms of
ry force having specific characteristics. frequency and these frequencies can be
If enhallnonic frequencies are merged manipulated to either liberate forces or
we have a different vibratory character. they can be modified to absorb or fOim
These differences in character can be into new products - transmutation. in
readily seen or heard in the differences other words. This process does not re-
between a trumpet's middle C and mid- quire hugh energies as are found in
dle C sounded on a piano. The funda- cormnon accelerator configurations or
mental is the same yet the chordal tone nuclear piles. Nature is subtle and sub-
produced is altogether different. The tle means are required to awaken her
auditory and physiological impact on energies. This science demonstrates
the human organism is altogether differ- that all things are related and that the
ent also. It is this difference that can be resultant effects of a relationship are a
understood and applied to mechanical consequence of the characteristics of
devices. The vibratory tones of a string that relationship. Thus no thing or
are more harmonious than the chord function can exist in and by itself.
components of a brass instrument. One There must be an active force. a recep-
can calm or bring quietude and the oth- tive force and a neutral zone or zones of
er can bring discord or activity. Activat- communication between these two forc-
ed atomic pal ticles can thus be created es.
and used as a power source in a device
once this association of frequencies is Herein lies the hidden power of
more fully understood. When consider- Sympathetic Vibratory Physics as devel-
ing compositions of molecules it is as- oped by John Keely. A concordant
sumed they all have the sa me compo- wavefOi m. composed of ha I monic fre-
nent parts. Le .. electrons. photons. etc. quencies. tends to pull subatomic pa I ti-
The basic differences are the number of cles together. On the other hand dis-
these pal ticles making up the aggregate cordant waveforms will tend to split or
and their individual orbit characteris- explode the pa I ticle or aggregate. A
tics. Since each one of these particles simple analogy is that of dynamite. a
has a chord of composite frequencies it ha I monious substance when at rest.
must therefore be safe to assume that one which is held together by the molec-
the apparent differences between aggre- ular and atomic component frequencies.
gates is the sum total or summed differ- The introduction of a strong introducto-
ence of their composite frequencies. ry impulse from a dynamite cap de-
stroys it's homogeneous integrity and
Within these 40 Laws of Hallnony the component subatomic pa I ticles are
are the defined relationships between liberated from their bonds. Keely ex-
electricity. magnetism and gravity. Kee- plained the relationship between matter
ly demonstrated this relationship to be and force thusly:
as thirds or 33 1/3. 66 2/3 and 100.
This relationship of forces he eventually
applied to his inventions such that they "There is no dividing of matter andforce
operated without any apparent energy into two distinct tell1ls. as they both are
input. By establishing the proper rela- ONE.
tionships of these three forces his FORCE is liberated matter.
equipment developed unheard of power MAITER is force in bondage."
and force. Since these laws goverll the
very vibrations from which all material Keely. 1893
substances are built up they also there-

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This quote is a demonstration of an to us. As part of my paper I am includ-


understanding of nuclear and atomic ing Keely's forty Laws of Sympathetic
forces well before our much heralded Vibratory Physics as he left them to us.
and over-thought-of "Nuclear Age." In Keely left these laws to mankind in the
our age we have begun to decipher the hope that one day man may create a
true relationships between matter and better and more bountiful life for him-
force. We have a long way to go yet. self. The JOUlIlal of Sympathetic Vibra-
tory Physics has been publishing these
There is far too much knowledge to laws and attempting to decipher them
cover in this short paper. We have yet that they might be applied in the work
to cover Keely's work with: acoustic levi- of others.
tation, water and mineral disintegra-
tion, cold steam, colors from sounds, All of you in this room are in some
telescope and microscope developments way working to develop this and other
and his incredible work with healing areas of science. It is sincerely hoped •

mental illness with acoustical resona- that as you develop your pa I ticular field
tors. It would take years of study and you will give thought to the imperative
application to unravel the many myster- development of the philosophical, moral
ies of Keely's SCientific discoveries. So and spiritual growth of yourself and
much of our current scientific thought those around you. Failure to create the
is based on false premises that it will be proper individuals to handle these new
years before the accepted paradigms are forces you are about to release on man-
evolved sufficiently for a continuous and kind may prove to be our own undoing.
unhindered growth. But even more dif-
ficult is the evolution of Man's spiritual
and philosophical ideas. If man's ac- Keely's
tions during this century are any indi- of ffis OWIl Tel illS
cation - it may be that Steiner and Bla-
vatsky were correct by saying it would
be centuries before man could assume ATOMOLES are elementary units of
his true birthrights. matter unifolm in size and weight, and
exist in solid, liqUid, gaseous, and iso-
In America there are many individu- lated forllls.
als and companies working in some way
with this new view of science. It will not ATOMS are multiple combinations of
be long before we have practical func- atomoles, and they also exist in solid,
tioning machines. New techniques and liquid, gaseous, and isolated forms.
new devices are constantly being devel-
oped that will allow even more work to SIMPLE MOLECULES are formed by
be done with less work or energy. It is the union of two atoms of the sa me
now possible to acquire quite easily kind.
components and processes that employ
the principles Keely demonstrated for COMPOUND MOLECULES are umons •

us over 100 years ago. These materials of two atoms of dissimilar kind.
range from simple auditory devices to
powerful and expensive instruments for COMPLEX MOLECULES are unions of
testing and measuring vibratory phe- molecules with other molecules or at-
nomena. They are becoming quite plen- oms.
tiful which leads me to assume it won't
be long before many new and wondrous PITCH is the relative frequency ofvibra-
things are made manifest in the affairs tion.
of man. These new devices and pro-
cesses won't reflect all that will be done VIBRATION is the rhythmical motion of
eventually - but will provide further a body within itself.
foundations upon which we can build
towards this new technology now open OSCILLATION is a rhythmically recur-

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Disintegrator for eliminating vaporic force under vibration. Lever for weighing vaporic force.


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a clence

"The newly discovered forces, and laws governing all forces, make
possible the processes herein described. Scientific investigations no longer
consist in a blind groping after facts; an untried chemical combination can
now be planned and its results predicted. Synthetical operations covering
the entire domain of organic chemistry can be worked according to simple
rules and methods deducible from these newly discovered laws and by the
aid of these, to us, new forces. With a knowledge of these facts it is possi-
ble for man to work a wondrous change in his methods of manipulating
matter.

I shall be happy to present you with a table of definitions which I have


written out as briefly and succintly as possible; and though I doubt not the
definitions will be well-nigh incomprehensible to the masses, you are at
liberty to make any use of them you please in your literary endeavors to
enlighten humanity. "
John Ernst Worrell Keely, 1894


EDITOR'S NOTE: See pages 91 and 92 for the definitions mentioned above. The fol-
lowing commentaries on the laws were written by Dale Pond one a month beginning in
November, 1985.

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The famous Musical Sphere which rotates by virtue of proper vibratory chords.
See page 16 & 272 for chart defining these chords.

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Law of Matter and Force

"Coextensive and co eternal with space and duration, there exists an infinite
and unchangeable quantity of atomoles, the Lase of all matter; these are in a
state of constant vibratory motion, infinite in extent, unchangeable in quantity
the initial of all fOllllS of energy." '
Keely, 1894

Commentary November, 1985



up. The vibrations themselves are the "initial fOlm(s)
of all manifested energy."
Now, from the above, which reads almost identi- Here of course we run right up against Einstein
cal to the current theory of quantum mechanics, it be- and his supporters who claim the reverse is true, i.e.,
comes aI!parent that if all matter and energy is vibra- that matter is the basis or beginning point of all ener-
tory motIOn, then for us to firmly grasp the meaning gy .. Take for instance the faf!1ous equation E=MC2,
and form of matter and energy, we must study to which would lead one to believe that energy comes
learn the laws governing vibratory motion, which is from mass accelerated, the faster it is accelerated the
~eate.r the energy. From the fIrst law of sympathetic
what this publication* is all about. To study molecu-
l~ f~II~ IS in. a test tube or electrical phenomena in a
VibratIOns however, we begin to see something quite
ClfClllt IS to Ignore the underlying basis of that which extraordinary - that energy is the cause from which
we seek, i.e., what causes these things to be? matter is made up!
Indeed, the very next law, number 2, is called the For those of you set back by utter disbelief I sug-
Law o~ Corporeal . Vibrations. That is why we sug- gest Y0l:l read McGraw-Hill's description of quantum
gested In the fIrst Issue l for readers to begin reading mechamcs and some the properties of atomic and
about music, acoustics and other related matter. The sub-atomic "particles": "It is natural to identify such
McGraw-H.ill Encyclopedia of Science and Technolo- fundamental constituents of matter as protons and
gy is perhaps the best reference for the lay person that electrons with the mass points or particles of classical
can be ~ad. Y our loc~ library may have a copy or mechanics. According to quantum mechanics, how-
can get It for you. Subject headings of special interest ever, these particles, in fact all material systems, nec-
would be Resonance, sympathetic vibration, quantum essarily have wave-like properties. "2
mechanics, oscillation and van der Waal forces. Yet another McGraw-Hill defInition of Wave
Mecha~cs goes like this: "The modern theory of mat-
If everything is vibratory in its inner nature,
the'! we mu~t look to the laws of vibration to explain ter holding that elementary particles (such as elec-
thelT behavwr. In the late 1800s it was futile to ex- trons, protons, and neutrons) have wave-like proper-
pr.ess to the world such ideas, and it proved so. Now, ties. In 1924 Louis deBroglie postulated that the same
With quantum theories and theoretical work continu- wave-corpuscle duality which was then known to ex-
ally bea~ng around the "vibratory bush" so to speak, ist in the case of light might also occur in matter; this
these things have a ready basis for credulity and ap- hypothesis. wa~ subsequently verifIed experimentally.
plicability . ~Ith contr~butlOns by the mathematical physicists Er-
" The ~lfst law of sympathetic vibrations says that Win Shrodmger, Max Born, Werner Heisenberg, P.
coextensive and coeternal with space and duration A. M. Dirac and others, this theory of matter has be-
... " meaning that as far as space reaches and as far as come the highly successful quantum mechanics of the
time reaches so too do these "atomoles" exist. Never present day. "2
diminishing in quantity nor quality no matter to what . Further on, we will look into these phantom par-
extref!1e they are subjected. Matter has by necessity ticles from the sympathetic vibratory viewpoint. Our
~f being these necessary elucidations of space and approach will culminate with something akin to the
tIme. The law further states that "these are in a state "quantized wave" having positive, negative and neu-
of constant vibratory motion, infinite in extent, un- tral "charges." These wavelets will have a frequency
changeable in quantity, the initial of all forms of en- and hence an energy level equated to that frequency.
ergy." As infInite as are the fOlll1S and sizes of materi- Therefore, energy, in the form of vibrating wave-
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must inevitably realize that if subatomic "particles" Theory and the Meson Sea Theory. The fundamental
are wavelets of varying frequencies and that all atoms differences are in the overall comprehensiveness of
and molecules are composed of such "particles" then these theories and that which ties them together. To
all atoms and molecules (so called materiality) are this date the only truly comprehensive theory put
nothing other than "quantized bundles of vibrating forth has been Keely's.
energy," whose all-inclusive existence is detelIllined
by the laws of vibrating motion and not by laws of What is there that can tie the minutest parti-
"classical mechanics" as these laws are based on the cle which fills the universe to the largest Sun?
assumption of a solid materiality. In resolving this
paradox, none has given us the answer any clearer or If everything is composed ultimately of vibrating
more concisely than Mr. Keely when he stated: bundles of focalized energies then the connecting link
must be something common to these functionalities.
"There is no dividing of matter and force into The connecting link must therefore be some aspect of
two distinct terms, as they both are ONE. FORCE is vibration or vibratory manifestations (wave forms,
liberated matter. MATTER is force in bondage. " polarities, etc.). Pythagoras mentioned centuries ago
Keely, 1893 that only number had true existence. The only differ-
ence between one frequency and another is its rate
Getting back to the Law of Matter and Force, we and mode. What determines rate is density or degree
have now described an universe filled to the infinitely of focalization (degree of integrity), also ambient
far brim with vibrating corpuscular or spherical glob- modulations and what determines mode is direction
ules called atomoles and atomolini. Interspersed be- (relative to the neutral point of focalization and pe-
tween vast distances we have planets, suns, moons riphery points of expansion).
and all the other celestial material objects. Since all Also implict in this law is the idea that from each
things and the universe itself is nothing other than vi- of these atomolini all else is generated - or created -
bratory motions, then space (or non-matter) and mat- brought into material manifestation in other words.
ter are the same things (vibraotry motions) differing The question then is how does this process of crea-
only in quality and quantity. The quality of the vibra- tion (material manifestation) take place? By what
tory motions and the quantity aer governed by these mechanism does it operate? Can these be duplicated?
selfsame laws of vibraotry physics. What governs them and the relationships between
phenomena?
Perhaps the Ancients knew the answers to these
Commenta'y Jan ,1989 questions. After all the Book of Genesis is the story
(in allegorical form) of how God (pure energy) be-
Keely is describing a great unlimited primordial came materialized. What is there about Genesis that
sea of subatomic particles not unlike a vast sea of may be interpreted in modern technical or scientific
neutrinos or tachyons or leptons, mesons - you pick tenns? Perhaps the correlation may be to periodicity.
which one he is referring to. One thing is quite clear This is explored and explained in Mrs. Fitzgerald
from the law above - matter is composed of these Hughes' book "Harmonies of Tones and Colors - De-
particles. In referring thusly, Keely is implying that veloped Through Evolution." She says that the same
matter is not made of the smaller particles that make way music is developed from the process of evolu-
up atomoles - atomolini - as these are perhaps too tion - matter and light are also developed. Implying
fine to be considered matter in his philosophy. In oth- that this particular process of evolution is a universal
er words, matter, when considered as matter, is made method and is applicable to all things.
up of the larger particles. Or when considering these Atomoles, Keely maintains, are the basis of all
particles as a body we are beyond the realms of mate- matter and the initial basis of all energy. Can this be
rial manifestations. They are also the basis of energy true? Matter and energy are derived from the same
throughout the universe. Also implying that energy, particle? The subtance of the atomole evolves into
as defined by man, does not apply to this realm of matter whereas its motion evolves into energy. An ex-
this atomlinic sea but is confined to the lower realms traordinary thought to contemplate. Can we refer to
of manifestation. this atomole then as a particle or as a vibration? Is it a
Another correlation is to the new theory of "mind" particle? Is it the "spirit" particle or "spirit"
strings which has been gathering notoriety of late. energy underlying all Creation?
However, the string theory is based on a materialistic But there is a definite distinction here, as we are
notion that there must be a material connection be- oft commonly finding in all of Keely's work, indicat-
tween these super small particles populating the uni- ing a separation between what constitutes matter and
verse. When push comes to shove - what is the differ-
what is not yet matter. These atomoles are composed
ence between "pure" energy and "pure" matter
anyway? Simply rate and mode of vibration. If the of atomolini in his conceptions. Since he indicates the
string advocates looked a little deeper they might per- atomole is the basis of matter and energy then atomi-
ceive that the connecting link may be something as lini are "beyond" these realms. This is interesting be-
simple as this and thus be led to believe that maybe cause it may indicate that Keely considered the mate-
the connecting link is not material after aU. rial and energetic realms as sensorial perceptions or
Keely's theory (part of which is in this first law) those 'things' which we can perceive with our finite
is not unlike the String Theory, Iverson's Crystal Uni- senses. This line of thought then leads one into a
verse Theory (see his article page 11), the old Ether

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realm of 'non things' or things beyond man's percep-


tion something akin (to a lower understand) to radio
waves or gamma rays. These things WI! can perceive •

with instruments yet they are impreceptible to the


commonly acknowledged five senses.
Perhaps these are the partciles of mind force
which we have yet to empirically substantiate.

(1) The Journal of Sympathetic VIbratory Phys-


ics, Delta Spectrum Research 5608 S. 107th E. Ave., Vibrating String
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74146
(2) McGraw-Hill Encylcopedia of Science and The string It rest tn motfonle" air.
Technology

Vibrating String Vibrating String

Strl09 dr'",n to one stde reedlJ to ,,,,109 back. String beginning to ,\!lIng back, compruslngllir particles on the
right "ide end v'CUtting particles on Ib left side.

Vibrating String
Veeuum forml ng be hi nd ,In ng. Comprmlon otcurrlng fronl of 'Irl"9.
Soul'ld hi the collapn oHhe vacuum ,..

98
Mr. Keely, seated. Mr. Crowhufst, standing. Keely actuating the Liberator to release his Etheric
Vapor which is the working fluid in the Musical Sphere.

-(

" I

99

Law of Corporeal Vibrati

"All coherent aggregates when isolated from like bodies. or when


immersed or confined in media composed of matter in a different
state. vibrate at a given ascertainable pitch."
Keely, 1894

Commentary December, 1985 al scie,!ce ~ay disagree 'With the configurations


s~own ~n thIs chart. To those who object to a new
This .Iaw says very simply that everything vi- VieWpOInt, let me say this:
brates at I~S own frequency when not resonating to a First: We are discussing Keely's work as he him-
nearby object. Remember Keely's experiment where self presented it. This is an impartial study intended
he floated iron w~ights in a w~ter filled vessel (Cayce to analyze what HE did and the explanations he gave
fans may recogruze the allusIOn to "iron floating on of his work.
~ater'?) ~e law says that these iron weights, "when
. Second: If we assume, for a moment, that Keely
Immersed ill a media of matter in a different state did do some of what is reported, then we have to
~oubt (or at least temporarily set aside) the conven-
(liquid, gas, etc.), vibrates at an ascertainable rate."
This is a.lso. recognizable to ham radio operators as tIOnal stand on these subjects. If he did what he did
the functIorung of an antenna. The antenna is an ag- on one hand and dogmatic science cannot explain
gregate, usually copper, suspended in media (air) of why, then we must ask Keely to explain. It is this ex-
another state (gas). The length determines the general planation we are exposing ourselves to in order that
frequency of resonance. The same holds true with we may grasp from it whatever we are capable of. At
~e very I~ast,. Keely has an explanation (though at
weights in a medium of water and at a later date ,
Keely was able to do this in the air. Keely apparently urnes bewIldering) whereas modern science has none.
co~ld measure the rates of vibration of these weights
Be it further pointed out, that conventional scien-
q~te accurately and then alter them (the rates) to suit
tific theory of the origin of electricity is founded on
his purposes; I.e., alter the "predominance from the the equation E 2 /R 2 . As Mr. Newman has so plainly
show~ us, this theory is quite possibly in error, at
terrestrial to the celestial."
A very simple law to be sure, but then all true least In part. If one theory is held to be "somewhat
knowledge, when understood, is simple, concise and valid" then any other theory must not only be wel-
leaves no room for confusion. come as a furtherance of understanding but may even
. We must, at this juncture, bring into these disser- have as much of this "somewhat valid" credibility as
tatIons some more of Keely's general theories and the next.
~s ~as been mentioned in "Keely and his Dis-
statements. Last month we gave several words and
cover~es by Bloomfield-Moore and by others in oth-
their definition, some of which may have caused
more questions to be raised in your minds, such as at- er arucles, Keely dealt extensively with his "atomic
omole or atomolini. In order that we may better grasp triplets." These triplets can be readily distinquished
these terms in their proper context, we have repro- from ~he c.hart as the three juxtaposed spheres, each
repeatIn~ Itself into. the i?finite depths of nothing-
duce~, on a CAD computer system, one of Keely's
beauuful chru:ts. The "Chart Defining the Arrange- ness. This was mentIOned In last month's issue. Much
ment of the Different Areas and Subdivisions of Mat- indeed can be learned from contemplating this chart.
ter." The detail has not been completely reproduced Those of yo.u with a metaphysics background can dis-
here, ~ut enough of it .is true to the original to convey cern th~ white and ~lack areas -.positive and negative
suffiCIent comprehensIOn for our discussion. respecuvely, sometImes symbohzed as Yang & Yin.
When considering the chart please understand
The Chart .. .( see charts end of this book) that as a given length or volume vibrate to a certain
ascertainable frequency, then another length or vol-
.. Those who have an understanding of the compo- ume resonates to another frequency. The differing
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the relative sizes and this indicates each size has its
own frequency range of vibration (ba~dwidths - .see "Light and heat are not evolved until the force of the
later in this issue under The Bottom Lme ... Applica- vibratory sympathetic stream, f~om th~ neutr~ center of the

tion). Molecular areas represent gross. matter, atorr,uc sun comes into atomic percussive action agamst the molec-
particles vibrate in the realm of electncal frequencIes ul~ atmosphere or envelope of our planet."
and lower, the smaller the particle, the highe~ the fre-
quency. Interatomic sizes are near the nucrowave This process was explained by Edgar Cayce in
bandwidth, the retheric going far beyond where ex- the following reading excerpt:
perimental science has yet reached, g~a ra~ fr.e-
"As we see manifest in the electrical forces as used by
quencies and eventually to the frequencIes of Mind It- man. This becoming only an atom in motion, and as the
self. atomic force gathers this, producing such vibration a~ to
create heat, light, and of the var!ou.s natures, ~y the \dnd,
Commentary February, 1989 class or nature of resistance met lD I ts passage m the cycle
given, reducing or raising th~ velocity, or bet~er by the class
of atomic force it vibrates, either with or agamst. These are
A recent article in Fortune, January 30, 1989, "A
examples of portions of universal forces." (900-17)
Quantum Leap in Electronics," mention was ma?e to
"one of man's most brilliant intellectual achieve-
The above quote is rich in vibration concepts.
ments." The writer is referring to a "new" process
For those who have the training and education in
called "quantum weUs." This process is one where
modes of vibration, nuclear and atomic functions and
layers of atoms of one material are nest~ed al~,ng o~
straight elementary physics (refraction, reflection,
within layers of another atom thus creatIng a well
etc.) can see and understand the above.
of atoms in which another atom can vibrate "at a giv-
A good example of this process of evolving la-
en ascertainable rate." They claim that "electrons can
tent interior forces from the neutral center of atoms
is the common usage of radiant heat. A heating d~­
be made to resonate like sound inside an organ pipe."
By exciting the isolated element .treme?dous laser
vice may be purchased that d~es not heat the s{!ace In
power can easily be generated by stImulatIng the par-
a room but heats the objects m that space. This type
ticle into a great quantum leap and thus a release of
of heating is referred to as radiant heat (one of three
energy. Sound familiar?
accepted fonlls of heat transfer). The heater evidently
Reread the above law - these quantum wells are a
puts out a lower forOl of heat than does t~e Sun. Per-
perfect illustration of this law. An ~ggr~gate,. the ring-
haps this is why only gross molecular objects can re-
ing electron, is isolated from bodIes In a like state,
lease this heat. The Sun, on the other hand, as men-
that is they don't ring or vibrate at the same frequen-
tioned above, puts out a higher form of heat that
cy. It may also be said they are immersed. (surround-
simple atoms can liberate. Pe.rhaps w~ can safely say
ed) by matter in another state (non-resonatmg).
that this higher form of heat If og a higher frequency
The quantum leap required to emit the laser
and only resonates "particles" possessing t~is ~ame
beam is then induced from a known rate of frequency
frequency range. It is in order to say that this higher
which has been stabilized within the active element
and lower form of heis what Keely would have called
enclosed within the quantum welL .
"undifferentiated" triplets of wave energy. The diffe-
Another example of this law is the doped materI-
rentiation does not take place, hence is unnotic~able,
als of semiconductor technology. Immerse a douplant
until it becomes modulatied by the lower or dIscor-
into pure silicon and there is an isolated pitch or rela-
dant frequencies of the particles it impinges upon.
tive frequency of a known rate. Ye~ another examp~e
Then, and only then, do the three coincident frequen-
is the filament inside an electric light bulb. In this
cies become "knowable" to our senses.
case we have an atomic element(pure element or pure
This is the same process taking place in rainbows
atomic substance) surrounded by a partial vacuum or
bursting forth from undifferentiated light sources.
rarified gases. ..
One naturally asks but what means does this diff~re~­
Once a pure tone or pitch has been Isolated m
tiation take place? What is it that causes t~~ ~omcI­
this fashion it is fairly easy (given our sloppy meth-
dental flows to part in such marvelous exhibItIOns of
ods) to cause it and only it to leap to a new energy
colors? From the Keely material we can see that the
state. This is the process by which light and heat are
answer is found in the angle of incidence. If the angl.e
generated in an electric light bulb and also the pro-
of incidence changes so to does the manner of manI-
cess in which light and heat are generated when Sun
festation.
light strikes the Earth's atmosphere. Is not the Earth
isolated within the great vacuum of space? Is there
light in the darkness of interplanetary space? Is there
any heat there when no molecular or atomic substanc- Vibration
es are present? Of course not. .
This process of frequency modu~atIOn was ex-
plained very well by Keely when he saId: Vibration is the rhythmic motion of a body within itself. This is
distinctly different from an oscillation which is the motion of a body
about itself.
"Vibrate an atomic substance with an atomic vibration
and heat and light are evolved."

Vlbretion
And again:

101 Vlbretlon
Law of Corporeal Oscillations

"All coherent aggregates not isolated from like bodies, oscillate at


a period-frequency corresponding to some ha I'Inonic ratio of the fnn-
tal pitch of the vibrating body; this pitch is a multiple of the
pitch of the atomole."
Keely, 1894

Commentary January, 1986 Man, through his ingenuity, can bring a state of im-
balance to things around him, and by putting his ma-
Throughout mankind's past he has endeavored to chinery between the two opposing forces, he can
assail the enigmas brought before him as a matter of make use of the interplay of energy between them.
course. Not so much from his desire to know and He can dam a river, put generators between the oppo-
fathom the depths, but because his inner self stirs his site centers of force and have electricity. Likewise, he
outer self. Not content with outward perspectives of can perceive a need. By supplying the need's resolu-
materiality, the inner selfs purpose is to establish that tion, interceding with business principles, he can earn
which it senses a loss of - HarJllony. The creative es- himself a livelihood. In this sense the term "middle-
sence, being a natural and integral part of the inner man" is most appropriate.
man, seeks to be more expressive. The inhibition of
these creative urges and desires is the cause of man's
- Here, then, we have a basis for explaining Mr.
restlessness and ceaseless effort to be. This force Keely's third law of harmony. It states very simply
from within reaches out in all directions and on all what we have just reviewed, that all things are at a
levels of his being, bringing into man's sphere of state of rest (their natural eigenfrequency or inborn
awareness all that is missing in the attempt by the in- rate of vibration). This "natural" rate of vibration is
ner self to find its equilibrium: creative to absorptive, modulated by whatever force is brought to bear upon
expression to experience. it, either adding to or taking away from the amplitude
of that rate.
This reaching out is synonymous to Keely's "sym-
pathetic outreach", i.e., that which is overbalanced If any thing has a tendency to behave (oscillate) in
reaches for its "sympathetic equalizer". All forces any given direction, an appropriate force applied in
will tend to re-establish the balance from which they that direction will augment (increase) that directional
originated, therefore we can say that all active forces tendency. Hence we counsel one another to stress
are balanced forces brought into dis-equilibrium. It is strengths and develop weak areas of our personali-
then a logical mode of activity for these unbalanced ties. On the other hand, if strengths are negatized
forces to reach for and find their "sympathetic equi- work applied to inhibit a natural talent or mode of os-
librium" . cillation) the opposite is produced. Non-fruitful ac-
tion or attrition is the inevitable result.
This power of re-establishing the balance is as
much at work in the subatomic realm as in the human The same holds true with subatomic forces. Add to
social realms. An atom or electron given a one-sided a charge and that charge-phase is increased; add its
charge will instantly seek out and adhere to a particle opposite and it is brought into an inert state or one of
of opposite charge. Likewise with male and female of non-action. This can be no better witnessed than by a
a species - loneliness seeks company, male seeks fe- simple experiment in your own bathtub. With several
male, hunger seeks relief from hunger - the list is as inches of water in the tub, place your hand in the wa-
comprehensive as the universe. This balance or har- ter horizontally and gently push towards one end, the
mony and the dynamics of it constitute the initial water will assume a wave form, reach the end of the
cause of all active forces in the universe, for when tub and return going in the opposite direction until it
two things are brought into balance all motion ceases reaches the other end of the tub at which point it will
as each part has acquired that which it lacked and begin to travel in the same direction as before. At this
they now form a coherent whole. point, give it another push in the same direction - the

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wave will get larger - push added to push will make be approached from a more wholistic stance than has
the wave larger (augmented), stop the motion of the been evidenced heretofore by way of Quantum Arith-
hand or push against the direction of motion (oscilla- metic. Quantum mechanics admits that these quan-
tion) and the wave ceases to be coherent and boils tum jumps from orbit to orbit (Planck's Constant) are
and bubbles into stillness. always from orbit center to orbit center. In other
words the jump is never from an orbit center to some
This is exactly what takes place in a laser ray. All
waves are created simultaneously and pushed togeth-
er at the appropriate frequency. A little photon's
worth of energy appears insignificant but when added
together with millions of other's, it becomes some-
thing to be reckoned with.

The exact same happens with the concept of hu-


man action, that called team work. All members of a
team when in "sync" can whip the daylights out of a
"team" not acting in "sync". Vibration
Incidentally, this coherent activity as discussed
above, is what Keely meant when he talked about intermediate point between these orbital layers or
"coincidental action". He said in Keely's discoveries: shells. The jump obeys a law very much in evidence
"Differentiation of mass, i.e., discordant conditions, in Quantum Arithmetic - i.e., the orbits represent
produce negatization to coincident action." It is the whole numbers and not fractions thereof. Let it fur-
study of harmony and that which causes harmony and ther be seen that these whole numbers are derived
disharmony that this newsletter is all about, whether from a common base number and the subsequent de-
it be in the subatomic realm or the human realm of rived values are whole multiples of the common base
actions. or fundamental. Here, then, is the Music of the
Spheres. As has been written in this publication many
Commentary March, 1989 times before - these values are mathematically deter-
mined to be as intervals in music evolution. They
Oscillation is different from vibration. Keely de- therefore represent whole and integral values derived
fined an oscillation as "a rhythmically recurring trans- from and dependent upon the fundamental value. All
latory movement." Whereas a vibration is "the rhyth- measurements of the orbital physics and all measure-
mical motion of a body within itself." ments of outside interactions can and do obey this
From the two definitions we might say (because
we lack additional information) that a vibration may
be the pulsating motion which is alternatingly center
seeking and expansive, something like the motion of
a heart. This description would be in line with the
Law of One. On the other hand, a motion such as a
transverse wave, longitudinal wave or plate wave
would be in keeping with the description of an oscil-
lation (as defined above). Perhaps a vibration is the
sedate motions of a body while at rest and the oscilla-
tion is the motion of a body during outer movements
such as when a vibration may be classified as or be- Oscillation
ing in a transmissive mode.
This seemingly oversimplification is of utmost fundamental matrix of relativity of value with the
importance not only in quantum physics and acous- fundamental numbers of the units in question.
tics but also in psychology and those other areas deal- The phenomena of periodicity, harmonic reoc-
ing with human activity. A vibration maybe com- curence and commonality of activity appear in any
pared to an individual's activity within himself. An and all quantum existences. Can there be any doubt
oscillation maybe compared to that individual's activ- or question that the greatest story of material creation
ity with those around him. . (the Holy Bible) also demonstrates this Law of the
Longitudinal waves, transverse waves and all the Octave?
other manifestations we have come to lump together The motional differences between an oscillation
under the tem} "vibration" pertain to the outer activi- and a vibration are intriguing indeed. A reading of
ties of the individual molecule or atom. The only Buckminster Fuller's book, Synerey, will reveal
time the inner activities are studied we are then talk- many of the "hidden" activities of inner vibration me-
ing about quantum mechanics or nuclear forces. In chanics. These inner motions are the inner sanctum of
this area can be found Planck's Constant at work as material existence and an indepth study of them re-
the most notable feature of energy measurement. In a veals the inner activities of Man as well.
following article, Quantum Chemistry, there is being Likewise a study of modern nondestructive
made an attempt to show how these energy states can methodology will reveal many of the outer manifesta-

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tions occuring in oscillations (which they call vibra- dividual. Sympathetic Vibratory Physics is a study of
tions). These are the studies of the outer manifesta- the inner forces as creative influences causing the
tions of forces. These may be classified as the outer, outer manifestations that materialistic science has er-

Vibration
grosser more mundane fields of study, a study of the roneously considered to be the object of its studies.
lesser forces in nature.
The real forces in nature come from within the
unit. The real force in Man comes from within the in-

Vibration Modes in a Flat Plate


Feynman's MorphOlogy

1.1
SHdIo R*putfli upanded view of Keely's ii~lecule.
Twir11ng Swint c"pplnt R..I The ii oleoc~ Oc : not exist as a
5

,+ , ,+ . . /-7',-
.... , , -1+1_ hard billiard boll like particle. The
outer line denotes the outer li,it of
--r--I
Y / + ,--,-
I I 0'
the motion the !mer three

+, I ....
....~', , ~,
-, - +1 - I
lmaller ·partlcles" only •

Ukewise each of the three lMer


Mo... 1 "I_d. 2 r 1od. I Mo... 4 "particles· Ife surrounded by I
817* 1207 HE 1472 HE 21DS H< similar outer limit demarcation.

I lode. clev,'oplng In, vtbr,~ng n,1 mel,I pl,le. Therefore. none of the "particles"
....
,--- c: ....
----".
-.... .r-
-...... ...- reatry elists. They Ire Instead
vibrating and oscilating bundles of
polartzed energy and nothing IIICKe.

Vortex Mechanics Zone of Neutrality


neglUVt center
,--
- :- positiVI
pertphor~ Thi ee i nod es activate at go- to exh No vibration cln exist of and by Itself having only one polarity. The two polarities work
other. "as one" or as I Coil with two skh s. There rru-l be a posttJve and negative phase to every
, IAbratory motion. These two "opposites" cOiI~ne to form I slnole unit which is neither
, The NEUTRAL CENTER is the infinite positive nor negative yet cootains them both In equal.mounts and is therefore NEUTRAL
POSITIVE point in spece where these three iI~ t or equalized into I state of balance Of halil..,.-,y.
iieel

Vortex pattern shows: POSITM,


Posittve Ylbntton. voingoul",erd Vlbn~on. returnIng
toEGATM and NEI./TRAL "Ott'.
NEUTRAL POSiTI VE ZONE
NEGATM CENTERS are stili calm
YaCUQlI$ centers.
NEGATI V E ZONE
POSITIVE PERIPHERY is radiating Ne9'~V' Ylbrttto ...
• Ient motiOn.
vra . Po.lttv, VI br.tto ... VOl ngout",erd
NEGATIVE

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Universal Laws Never Before Revealed .. Keely's Secrets

C:()
::l 0
~3
""'"0
g;g::s
I I)
~o.
<10
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o .....
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0.0
~~
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08
I I, '"'1
~

«
o c:r
....
t •
c: ...,
a.1:I) .. '
0 ....
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.~
0, ,

0 , •
g-
• '01
RP •
:::0 •
~
I:n
0
fi,
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...,
8


3::
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.....
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p.
0
p

105
Law of Harmonic Vibrations

"All coherent aggregates are perpetually vibrating at a perlod-


frequency corresponding to some ha IIllOniC ratio of the
pitch of the vibrating body; this pitch is a multiple of the pitch of
the atomole."
Keely. 1894

Commentary February, 1986 two or more "substances" or it is derived from some-


,
thing "larger" than itself. Since we all know by now
This law (Keely's 4th Law of Harmony) states that that everything is vibratory in its inner nature. then
everything (any body of whatever composition or these sources from which a substance comes is also
size) vibrates at a frequency relative to that of its in- vibratory. Hence, combining or merging vibrations
nerlllost constituent part, the atomole. The frequency will create summation or difference tones, therefore,
of the atomole representing the fundamental or key- we can safely say, that all aggregated bodies are
note of the chord (the eigenfrequency of the aggre- "chords of vibrations" derived from other "chords of
gate). The chord's aggregated rate of vibration is in vibrations!" And the rules that define these modes of
direct proportion to that of this same atomole. In oth- combination are the same as those found in music
er words, if the atomole resonates at C12, then the theory! (Oh! do I hear pencil sharpeners cranking or
outer body or "coherent aggregate" will vibrate to a rocks beating against the windows?)
note somewhat lower in frequency, say C2, or any
other note forming harmonic relations to that funda- Commentary April, 1989
mental frequency (see any good book on music theo-
ry). Usually referred to as summation or difference Fundamentally this law shows how the neutral
tones (beat frequencies), these derived frequencies center frequencies resonate throughout an aggregate.
form the "chord of mass" of any aggregated mass or Whatever the fundamental pitch of the neutral center
object. or what makes it up constitutes the frequency that
A prime example is a piano wire which sounds a permeates from the core outward and it is the pitch
primary note, the one usually associated with it, yet at upon which the entire existence of the aggregate and
the same time, it resonates many partials above and its components are based. This may be likened to the
below its fundamental tone (see James Jeans' Science manner in which Quantum Arithmetic uses a basic
& M!!sic). These partials are related to the fundamen- fundamental number from which all the others of a
tal or keynote by definite mathematical ratios, the given set are derived.
same ratios that are evident throughout music theory. It must be remembered that a pitch is a relative
As further analogy, a football team, representing a frequency and not just any number of vibrations or
coherent aggregate, resonates to the overall funda- oscillations. It is a frequency that is derived much the
mental idea of winning. The team's ideal, then, is the same way that musical notes in a scale are derived
fundame ntal or keynote. The individual players' ideal from the fundamental upon which the scale is based.
is also to win, but must remain subservient to that of The progression of arithmetical intervals follows nat-
the team. In other words, he must follow through ural law and is not deviated from. Since the law of
with the motions of a given play holding in abeyance correspondence holds true throughout nature we
his own personal determinations. Whatever he does might assume that the fundamental (when considered
on the field, must reflect actions harmonious to that as a frequency) is the same thing as the neutral center
of the team as it goes through its coordinated moves. (if considered as a thing).
Dis-coordination means failure here. Herein lies the key to all molecular substance
As no thing can exist of and by itself (it has to and may point to the ancient secret of transmutation
come from somewhere), its mere fact of existence of elements. If the outer is a reflection of the inner
tells us it is composed of or derived from something then to change the outer one must change the inner.
else. Something else being either more or less than (Sounds a lot like personal development techniques
whatever it is. Or simply, an object is composed of apply to molecules just as they do to people.)

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The next step would be to calculate these fre- Keely's ideas concerning the molecule and the
quencies (beginning with a fundamental) retaining structure of its components rests on mathematical
the natural relationships between them. This was clarity. Fundamental to all orbiting bodies are three
done several years ago and the fOIOlula was pub- forces. An outward seeking force, an inner seeking
lished in SVP, Volume II, Issue 2; CaJcnlatin2' Har- force and a force bridging the two we call a neutral
monies of Tones. The process will not be reviewed force. These forces act in straight, zig-zag and curved
here as it is a lengthy one and the first article gave paths. Thus when constructing the model we natural-
sufficient detail. ly begin with a dot then use a straight lines to define
Suffice it to say that the process follows the natu- and then connect the outer limits of activity encom-
rally occurring evolution of whole numbers. passed within a circle or sphere of activity.
Another problem yet to be solved is how to cal- The outer seeking and inner seeking forces are
culate the lower frequencies from a high fundamental kept in balance by the neutral force. Yet these two
in a descending manner. (How high does one start?) forces manifest as straight lines going to and fro thus
It was at first thought to reverse the above mentioned fonning a perfect triangle. It is from this triangle that
sequence but some unusual and unexplainable gliches Quantum Arithmetic takes off and even the construc-
appeared. No solution to them has yet surfaced. tion of musical progressions. The attractive force of
The computer is a marvelous invention and with- th neutral center must balance the centripetal force of
out it we would be groping in the dark with all these inertia. "When predominance be given to the celestial
numbers. One can easily build a spreadsheet using forces over the terrestrial disruption occurs. " (Keely)
any ·set of mathematical parameters, telll1S and func- The celestial force is the outward seeking force. The
tions to create instantaneous computations. How it terrestrial is the force that attracts towards the center
was that Keely could do all this math without benefit of the mass - we sometimes call it gravity.
from silicon chips can only be accredited to his ap- The Music of the Spheres can be discerned from
parent genius of mind and thought. Another factor the set intervals to which the molecular vibrations are
maybe his unspoiled mind uncluttered with nonsensi- naturally tuned. The various frequencies contained in
cal theories and dogmatic "truths" thus he was ena- a molecular structure must obey these intervals and to
bled to think the unthinkable and eventual do the un- them they remain forever subservient. As Keely
doable. pointed out - any deviance from these intervals con-
stitutes discord and molecular integrity is threatened.
Which by the same token indicates to us how and
why a molecule can be disrupted or caused to release
energy. It is this introduced discordance that is the
cause of energy development. And on the other hand

this concept of equated forces indicates to us how na-
ture is forever seeking and maintaining balance or
hrumony within itself. And yet again we can discern
that it is number that rules and not matter or force or
anything else.
If we can see among God's attributes one similar
to harmony - pure harmony or forces - we can picture
Keely's idea of the molecule as symbolizing the
phrase "Where three are gathered in my name there I
be also." The three individuals representing the three
fundamental polarities of the same force balance each
other out perfectly and perfect harmony is the result.
We could take a fundamental number (frequen- HruUlony in a structure is perfect equation of
cy) and compute the higher tones it naturally gener- forces (number or frequency).
ates using basic music theory. Once the set of numer-
ic progression has been firmly established it is a
simple matter to enter any number as the fundamental
and derive the harmonics and partials. These compu-
tations are then as natural laws of progressive evolu-
tion of musical (sound or vibration) tones.

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Law of #.nsmissive Vibraic En

"All oscillating and vibrating coherent aggregates create, in the


media in which they are immersed, outwardly propagating concen-
tric waves of alteluate condensation rarefaction, having a peri-
od-frequency identical with the pitch of the aggregate."
Keely, 1894

Commentary March, 1986 As a reinforcement to this idea of atomic harmon-


ics, let me quote from McGraw-Hili Enc. of Sci. &
The above law (Keely's fIfth) dovetails with the Tech.: "The realization that atoms are continually vi-
4th law as presented in the last (February) issue. The brating in motions that are nearly harmonic is essen-
"pitch of the aggregate" is relative to the frequency of tial for understanding many properties of matter, in-
the innelmost atomole. cluding molecular spectra, heat capacity, and heat
This particular law, as stated above, is a close ex- conduction." Under HARMONIC MOTION. (empha-
planation of the telm "eigeofrequency" used every sis added)
day in physics. Every object vibrates at a given pitch. The second part of the law, the scholium (marginal
These vibrations are "waves of alternate condensation annotation, explanatory remark or comment), points
and rarefaction". Every acoustic scientist can verify to common knowledge as used today. Ohm's Law, or-
such. In fact, the everyday current explanation of bital motion of planetary forces electromagnetic
"compression waves" reveals exactly this "alternate wave propagation, weak and strong molecular forces
condensation and rarefactions." A strongly vibrating are all part of and fall within this paragraph. In fact, a
string will cause the air to condense on one side and description of the Inverse-Square Law, (McGraw-Hill
simultaneously cause rarefaction on the other. When Encyclopedia of Science & Technology) reads: "Any
considered on one side only, the air is alternately con- law in which a physical quantity varies with distance
densed and then rarefied revealing its particular pitch from a source inversely as the square of that dis-
of vibration. tance." A reading of Coulomb's Law (in the same
However similar this law may sound to the previ- publication), directly applicable to nuclear charges, is
ous laws (#2 & #3) that is not what is being conveyed a revelation to the incredulous (if there are any still
here. The law is titled "Law of Transmissive Vibraic amongst our readers).
Energy", thereby pointing to its real significance. The
"alternating waves of condensation and rarefaction" Coulomb's Law...
are the transmissive agent in any transfer of energy
and a resonance must take place between one or more "Coulomb's Law in the rationalized mks system is
of the partials of the respective chords involved. It is as in the equation below, where ql and q2 are ex-
not the chemical or electrical properties of an atom or pressed in coulombs, r is expressed in meters, and F
molecule but the wave action which constitutes the is given in newtons.
active or vital essence which causes the various activ-
ities associated with atomic or molecular processes.
For, after all, is not electricity a high frequency cur-
rent? According to Keely's theories, so too are mag- The direction of F is along the line of centers of the
netism, Van der Wall's forces, gravity and every oth- point charges, ql and q2' and is one of attraction if
er force. We will see in subsequent laws that the charges are opposite in sign and one of repulsion
chemicals combine or don't combine entirely depen- if the charges have the same sign.
dent on the relative frequencies and harmonics (sum- Experiments have shown that the exponent of r in
mation and difference tones) of their constituent the equation is very accurately the number 2. Lord
parts. Like frequencies combine harmoniously fOIm- Rutherford's experiments, in which he scattered alpha
ing stable compound, whereas unlike or discordant particles by atomic nuclei, showed that the equation
frequencies will combine (if at all to fOlm unstable is valid for charged particles of nuclear dimensions
compounds. down to separations of about 10- 12 em. Nuclear ex-

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periments have shown that the force between charged Taking another law into consideration we can see
particles do not obey the equation for separation that any object also in the environment of the above
smaller than this." McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Sci- vibration aggregate will be affected by its periodic
ence and Technology. pulsations. Thus if there is a radio receiver tuned to
Another example would be Bode's Law. the same pitch as the vibration aggregate it will "re-
Here we have again, evidence that John Keely was ceive" the above propagating waves and the two will
dealing with tried and true principles. Perhaps not vibrate as one. Looking at the process as Keely
tried in the 1880s but nonetheless, true. It is becom- would we must say that the process begins with the
ing more and more obvious that Keely was not a vibrating aggregate creating a vibration, the environ-
fraud as some have stated, he was simply ahead of his ment transmits it and the tuned object as receiving or
time. Each issue, as we progress, adds to this certain- assimilating those vibrations. These vibrations are
ly. called sympathetic vibrations. The three objects: vi-
Some of these laws are repetitious to current sci- brating aggregate, medium of transmission and re-
ence admittedly, yet we proceed because of that self- ceiving or receptive aggregate are all sympathetic to
same consistency. Keely DID disassociate water, and the periodic motion of the vibration. In other words,
he DID disassociate stone as was claimed. We know they all vibrate as one unit or we have three separate
this because modern technology has duplicated these objects vibrating in unison.
feats to a slightly lesser degree using the same tech-
niques - those of acoustic forces. The question re- The MIND
mains, did he disassociate water to such a degree as is the guiding influence in
to liberate tremendous energies? Did he in fact, levi-
tate objects at will? Does NASA? Of course NASA
all man's actions
does, not to any practical end yet, but certainly they and reactions.
do levitate small items using the same technique Kee-
ly did - acoustics. A very important point to keep in my is the fact
If NASA can levitate small objects using an imper- that a vibration such as we are discussing here is not
fect technique because of their (lack of total under- a simple rate of vibration. There are many partials
standing), is it too hard to think a man with the prop- and halll10nics in every periodic motion. These unin-
er understanding could not levitate larger objects? tentional rates are also propagated throughout the me-
The manner and simplicity in Keely's presentation of dium in which the transmitting or creative aggregate
his laws is ample evidence of his fum grasp of the is immersed. Sometimes these secondary and tertiary
subject. vibrations are of such force they may be perceived
What we are trying to say here is simply that you and sometimes they are mild enough to escape detec-
have made a good investment in your subscription to tion. There are also effects from these other vibra-
this journal. Your time and effort may be useful else- tions that escape our notice simply because we are
where but it certainly is not wasted being expended unprepared to recognize them for what they are. This
on our material. As we progress further and further is especially true when considering a complex crea-
with these articles you will begin to find ways to ap- tive aggregate. The task is relatively simple when
ply Keely's laws to your own field and possibly bring considering a single hypothetical molecule whereas if
about some useful product, service or an improved we considered a human being as a vibrating aggre-
manner of doing what is already being done. I, per- gate the picture becomes complex indeed.
sonally, have found this material helpful in explain- A human being is in truth a vibrating aggregate
ing the workings of ordinary things which has given immersed in the medium of the atmosphere as well as
me insights into many perplexing contrivances or sit- in the various mediums in which it normally operates
uations. such as in the social medium, the family environment
and others. Each person does have an affect on his or
Commentary May, 1989 her immediate environment and those sympathetical-
ly tuned to the same interests, ideas and tasks. This
This law is typical of Keely's insights - it is so proposition cannot be refuted. The single most no-
simple as to appear ridiculous that he called it a law. ticeable means of effect is the voice - a sound vibra-
Yet its verity and value can be easily seen to have tion. For it is through the voice that man can com-
weight in physics and other areas of application. Isn't mand his environment and things within that
it true that the functioning of nature is simple and environment to obey his will.
straightforward once we understand what is happen- But there are other means man has to command
ing? and manipulate his medium in which he is immersed.
Taking a molecule as an example, according to These are his attitudes and emotions. What governs
this law, as it vibrates it creates concentric rings of his attitudes and emotions? The MIND is the guiding
propagating vibration thus causing its environment to influence in all man's actions and reactions. Without
resonate as it does. This is what an antenna does as it mind man is nothing. Mind is a high level vibration
broadcasts its radio waves. The metal of the antenna or spiritual manifestation. Even the materialistic
is caused to vibrate and the vibrations travel outward quantum scientist admit that mind has an effect on
in concentric rings filling its environment with its quantum subjects under investigation - they call it the
pulsations. The same happens when a bell is struck or Uncertainty Principle. They maintain that it is impos-
a musical instrument is phiyed. sible to study or observe quantum phenomena with-

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out bringing a disturbing influence into the picture sirnilative state much like a state of studying a matter
thus making it an uncertainty as to what is actually for absorption. The third state is the neutral state or
happening in the processes under observation. one of unconsciousness wherein the individual's mind
It has also been well established that the mind is is neither transmitting (expressing) nor receiving (lis-
affected by what is happening in its environment tening, studying, etc.) but is instead oblivious to its
even though these forces have yet to be measured em- environment.
pirically. Some examples of this are the effects of the We can see the universal truths of these Laws of
full moon on "unstable" individuals. Another effect is HaIlllony. They are universal because they can be ap-
often witnessed in cases of mass panic, hysteria or plied universally throughout nature showing at once
other fOlills of crowd reactions. the inter-connectivity of all things.
Yet another characteristic of the mind which has
gone mostly unrecognized is its ability to behave in a
fashion akin to vibrations. It can and does pulsate as
an oscillation. Its three states of "motion" are con-
scious, unconscious and self-conscious. When con-
scious or outwardly aware it can and does have a no-
ticeable effect on its environment. This is the
transmissive state. When it is self-conscious it is fo-
cused on the inner self and has little if any effect on
its mediums of expression. This is the receptive or as-

Oscillation Pendulum Swing as a Vibration

A pendulum swings to and fro. On


the left side is the Negative side or
pole. On the right side is the
OsciUation Is the rhythmic motion of a Positive side or pole. When
body about fUel f mum as a dancer In swining to the right the action is
performance. positive until the swing begins to
come back to the center or Neutral
This is dstlnc:t1y clfferent from a
vibration which Is the rhythmie motion
point. During the swing back to the
within Itself. center the positive polarity takes
on a Negative modulation because
Negative polarization is a "center
seeldng" force whereas the
Oscillation ~.tI ve - Neg.tlv. Posit1ve- Posttive Positive is an expanding force. The
same holds true but in reverse for
the Negative half of the pendulum's
swing .
Neutral

Polarities - Complex Positive & Negative Vibratory Streams

Positiv.-PosiUv. I

POS IT I VE ZONE No vibration can exist of and by itself having only one polarity. The two polarities
Posfttv.-tMg"Uv,
work "as one" or as a coin with two sides. There rrust be a positive and negative

/I ~ phase to every vibratory motion.

I
N,utr .. l N.gaUv. lin.
OU::.:I"'::.::rd=~=:-::::::-:-N~e9!:'I:::ive VI bretiDn, returni 1\9
Posttive Vi bretiDI\3 901 n.:9::

~
POSITIVE ZONE
/I N.9,atfv.-N.gativ.
NEGATIVE ZONE . __
PM9 .. tiv.-Posfttv.
I Negetfve VI bretton, retur~10g9---..:::.::.:.:.:.:..:..:.:::...:=:~-::----
Positive Vibrations 901n9 out.... erd
NEGATIVE ZONE

110
The Sympathetic Negative Attractor.

111 •
Law of Sympathetic Oscillation
"Coherent aggregates immersed in a mediulD pulsating at their
natural pitch simultaneously oscillate- with the sa IDe frequency,
whether the pitch of the mediulIl be a unison, or any of
the tal pitch of the creative aggregate."
Keely. 1894

Commentary April, 1986 SYMPATHETIC VIBRATION: "The driving of a me-


chanical or acoustical system at its resonant frequen-
Any coherent aggregate (any specific body), when cy by energy from an adjacent system vibrating at this
immersed in a medium (such as the atmosphere), same frequency. Increasing the dampening of a vi-
which is pulsating at the aggregate's natural pitch (ei- brating system will decrease the amplitude of its sym-
genfrequency), will cause the aggregate to oscillate pathetic vibration but at the same time widen the band
with the same frequency (of the atmospheric medi- of frequencies over which it will partake of sympathet-
um). Regardless whether the pitch of the medium (at- ic vibrations." McGraw-Hill Concise Encyclopedia of Sci-
mosphere) is a unison (the same frequency) or any ence & Technology.
harmonic (partial or component) of the fundamental
(eigenfrequency) of the aggregate (body). An analogy may be that of entering a quiet forest
This law reflects what takes place in a finely tuned setting where one feels much peace and harmony. To
antenna circuit, i.e., a finely tuned antenna will reso- accentuate this process, the same person should first
nate to a particular frequency that has been propagat- experience the peace and quiet of a calm forest set-
ed in the atmospheric medium. Let us sayan antenna ting and then proceed from there into the traffic on
of one meter in length will be particularly sensitive to their way home. Immersing one's self into a traffic
wave lengths of one meter in length. Whether the jam has an effect of unsettling the quiet previously
length be exactly one meter or ten meters (a harmonic experienced. Thereby demonstrating the accuracy and
of one) it will still vibrate. We also know that if the validity of Keely's 6th Law of Harmony.
atmospheric wave length is more or less than one me-
ter, say 1.2 or .9 meters, then the resonance of the an-
tenna is less than useful, in most cases. Another good Commentary June, 1989
example would be two tuning forks of the same fre-
quency; one causes the air vibrate which in turn has If a person having a little talent in a particular
this particular effect on the other fork. area is thrown in with a group of people fully exercis-
Here we have an excellent explanation of synchro- ing that talent the new person will quickly pick up
nous vibrations or sympathetic vibrations .. If the sur- what the others know and soon becomes fully compe-
rounding medium (the air) is vibrating at a frequency tent in that area. An antenna strung up high in our fre-
identical to or with a harmonic of the natural (eigen- quency saturated atmosphere will oscillate and vi-
frequency) frequency of the aggregate (antenna) the brate along with most of the rates it is surrounded
antenna will oscillate in unison with it (the air vibra- with. Two examples far removed from each other in
tion). Likewise, if the air vibration is other than this application but exactly the same in function or cause
frequency or a harmonic of it, no resonance will be of activity - thus demonstrating that here again we
manifested. have universal application and consequently a law.
This law differs from the second law (see issue 3) This principle is also used by the great mystical
in that the second law describes the natural frequency schools of knowledge when they conduct their world-
of the aggregate (antenna) alone. That is, the aggre- wide prayer healing sessions. If enough people men-
gate has its own rate independent of the medium in talize what is desired many people will be influenced
which it may be immersed. by that oscillatory or vibratory condition so created
We may liken this law to McGraw-HilI's definition and begin to resonate with it. On the negative side we
of sympathetic vibrations which states: have the detrimental effects of Iran, old Germany and
other cases of "mass hysteria." FurthelIllore, this is

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the basis of family, city and country group kamla as They vibrate as one unit and not as two separated by
outlined by Cayce in several readings on the subject. a distance. The key then to utilizing this principle is
As a group thinks so they experience - to paraphrase to make the components sympathetic to each other
a little. But what a tool for change and development! and energy is then easily transferred between them.
Imagine if many people's thoughts could be chan- Through sympathetic association it can be seen
neled similarly towards positive goals - what great that everything in the Universe is connected at least
deeds could be accomplished in some degree. All hydrogen atoms, all atoms (be-
No less important are the various ways to make cause of their commonality of component sub atomic
this law work for us in a laboratory. By indentifying parts) are linked together through sympathetic vibra-
sources of power in the universe antennas or accumu- tions and oscillations. Whatever is done in one place
lators can be designed to resonate to those sources Because of
thus becoming as channels for energy into your next this sub atomic connection (referred to by Keely as
invention. The little round disks with many thin rods etheric or inter-etheric) there is a "high level" or what
radiating from its circumference found on Keely's some would call spiritual connection between all
machines served just this purpose. There is enough things. This spiritual connection some call Christ
energy in the atmosphere of varying frequencies to Consciousness as it permeates all things. Is this not
allow an accumulation of them into his spheres and what Christ was: sympathetic to all around Him?
snail-shell resonators thus giving him a source of en- This sympathy of vibration permeates the Uni-
ergy he didn't have to go outside for. verse from end to end and is the connecting link be-
Mechanically we could take this law and engi- tween Man and the Spiritual things of life. Sympa-
neer a very vibrant device. Making a determination of thetic vibrations are obedient to the laws of harmony
vibrations active in a given environment (your work- thus it has been rightly pointed out by Edgar Cayce
shop, home, etc.) and designing a vibrating device(s) and others that music is the connecting link between
that responds to such frequencies. This is what Kee- material and spiritual (energetic states) realms.
ly's little disks with rods about its circumference did. This one law and the one preceding it state and
Apparently they were sympathetic to certain frequen- reinforce this awesome and all-important concept of
cies and acted as very sensitive receivers of environ- connectivity. It is indeed a shame on the face of Man
mental motions. They also behaved like narrow band that this simple mechanical idea bas so long escaped
pass ftlters and receivers - all these functions rolled his notice and embrace. This simple concept destroys
up into one simple device. The received vibration the warring between the Creationists and the Evolu-
was then channeled to the center of the disk and then tionists at once giving the answer to their arguments -
channeled into his machinery. This is how he could which turns out to be the same answer in both cases.
stand across a room and sound a hallllonica or violin The material world was both created and is evolved
or even whistle and the device would begin its mo- according to the principles of music or more properly
tions. In short, using this law, he was able to build a - the science of vibration.
microphone that only responded to certain chords of Small wonder then that so many new books are
frequencies and no other. This is also how radio an- being written and consumed that tie quantum physics
tenna work from transmitter to receiver. with metaphysics - because they are discussing the
This law illustrates very well what a sympathetic same principles only in different contexts (they
vibration is: an object in accord, in harmony, in uni- think).
son or of a harmonic with another are then sympa-
thetic to each other. They are sensitive to each other.

Over Unity is Recognized in Conventional Science

FLOURESCOPY: When a phosphor or other luminescent substance emits light, it gives, in most cases, an emission accord-
ing to a fundamental law known as Stokes' Law. This law states that the wavelength of the flourescent (emitted) light is al-
ways greater than the wave length of the exciting radiation. It was first observed in 1852 in the memoir "On the Change of
Refrangibility of Light" by Sir G. G. Stokes. In tellllS of energy the relationship states

Eem<Eab

While Stokes' Law holds true for the majority of cases it does not follow in certain instances. In some cases the wave length
is the same for both the absorbed and emitted radiation. That is, the efficiency appears to be perfect or unity. This is known
as In the other case Stokes' Law does not hold where energy emitted is greater than the energy ab-
sorbed. This is known as Anti-Stokes Emission. In 1935 Prileshajewa showed that there is an energy difference as much as
1.1 v between the exciting light and the flourescence of aniline vapor. This added energy is attributed to additions from the
internal energy of the molecule. (1)

1 Dake, H.e. & DeMent, Jack; Fluorescent Light and Its Applications, Chemical Publishing Company, Inc., 1941, Brooklyn, New York; pages 51-52.

113
Law of Attraction
"Juxtaposed coherent aggregates vibrating in unison, or ha i monic
ratio, are mutually attracted."
Keely. 1894

Law of Repulsion
"Juxtaposed coherent vibrating in discord are mutually
repelled. "
Keely. 1894

Commentary May, 1986 Commentary July, 1989


We have taken the liberty of discussing these two The first law describes how and why crystals are
laws as they are mutually agreeable in subject matter; what they are. The second law describes how a pres-
i.e., attraction and repulsion. These two laws reflect surized gas is what it is.
the universality of Keely's laws of harmony. When The two laws describe two opposite states of
two differing bodies associate (juxtaposed or relative matter under two opposite states of association. Har-
in space and time), like attracts like and unlike repel mony is opposite from discord - one attracts the other
(like or unlike in rate or frequency of vibration). repels.
Many of us know that we are attracted to others who This concept of polarity brings to mind a great
resonate to our wavelength and we have also experi- many questions. For instance; do atoms join together
enced the opposite when others disagree with our because of their ion valency as is being taught in con-
stance on various subjects. The same takes place in ventional physics or are they united because of har-
the atomic or subatomic realm. For instance mercury monic relations of their respective vibratory make-
adheres strongly to mercury but does not always ad- ups? What is electrochemical valency? What causes
here to other substances as readily. Certain elements two opposite charges to unite? Why is one charge
used in crystal growiilg (silicon & iron oxide + ame- positive and the other negative? Is there an isolatable
thyst) readily combine while others need a complex characteristic causing polar opposition that can be de-
process to bring them together. The latter can be wit- fined and studied?
nessed when a crystal is desired from a solution, ei- Quantum mechanics (the study of sub-atomic
ther liquid or gas, that is not naturally homogeneous phenomena) founds its very existence on vibratory
and must be made so artificially. forces. Mechanical concepts such as Newton's Laws
These two laws lay at the foundation of sympathet- of Physics are founded on gross material ideas. The
ic vibratory physics and other fields of study, such as idea that an object or mass tends to remain at rest un-
chemistry, psychology, mathematics. Like in nature til acted upon does not take into consideration that
(inner constitution) attracts while unlike in nature (in- every tiny component making up that mass is under
ner constitution) repels. Opposite poles of a magnet such tremendous vibratory and orbital motion that
attract because they are (conceptually) alike in their science can not determine to any great degree of ac-
inner constitution yet opposite in polar orientation. curacy where those components are at any given
Male and female dogs, cats or humans are attracted to time!!! Soooo - is the mass at rest or does it just seem
each other in species because the inner constitution is (to our senses) merely so??? The Newtonian concept
similar but the orientation (sex) is opposite. as embodied in its very own laws is a gross material
The general discussion of polarity is fundamental viewpoint and suffices when speaking in and with
to a more comprehensive understanding of John Kee- material terms. However once the veil has been lifted
ly's discoveries and the work of others. from our unseeing eyes into the realms of sub-atomic
phenomena a new approach must be taken if an un-
derstanding of the actuality of the phenomena is to be
had.
Even more absurd is the accepted idea that atoms
can even hold themselves together at all!!! An elec-
tron spinning around a nucleus (conventional model)
would or should flee its orbit due to centrifugal force.

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Yet it doesn't. What force could there be sufficiently ter that was temporarily not aligned along these lines
strong to hold this atom together? would eventually come into sync along a line of least
resistance.
Even the unimaginable forces Just the opposite is experienced in a repellent sit-
of hurricanes, earthquakes or volcanic uation. If a change in frequency chord is sent into this
"hard alignment" the concentric ring radii would vary
heat cannot break down these bounds and the three directional vectors would change rela-
which are indeed stronger than the tive to each other. The centralizing tendency of the
strongest steel. particle centers would vary and eventually break
down would occur. According to Keely's work - the
The idea of weak and strong molecular forces breakdown would occur when one directional dis-
just does not hold up when imagining the forces at tance exceeds a 4 to 1 ratio with another directional
work in nature. What is there about harUionic and en- vector.
harmonic frequencies that can bind or repel objects? These concentric ring formations are a three di-
Why does a harmonic chord pull objects together? mensional configuration. They would represent a
Why does an enharmonic chord cause the same ob- "shell" or a zone surrounding the center of activity of
jects to repel each other? the particle fixed at a given distance from the parti-
Perhaps the individual particles (when in har- cles' center. The next furthest ring would be at a fixed
monic relationship) create a series of node points sur- distance and this second ring's distance would also be
rounding themselves. These node points are in set a place of relative quiet. Orbital particles would settle
about the center of the forces as would be orbital on these rings and the distance between them could
rings or concentric rings equidistant from the center. only be spanned as a "jump" or what has been come
Because a node point is a place of least activity (least to be known as the Quantum Leap. A certain quanta
vibratory motion) that any surrounding object would or quantity of energy is required to be absorbed or re-
tend to move into this place and remain there. It leased from the orbital conglomeration depending on
would be at relative "peace" or quietude. If several whether the orbital unit is riding one concentric shell
objects were arranged around each other in a three di- zone or another zone. Each orbit of the unit can be
mensional matrix pattern each and every one would considered as a unit of frequency - either the velocity
seek to come to rest on a node ring relative to each is increased to cover the same time of orbit on a long-
other. Thus a vector alignment would result and we er or shorter orbit path or the different length of path
could see that the objects would naturally form in a is covered in a different time or orbit. Transition orbit
crystalline pattern. This pattern would be for med of time and length of vibration are interchangeable.
lines 90° to each other and the center of each particle Thus each side of the equation must remain in bal-
would align itself along these lines. Any particle cen- ance or relative.

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MAGNETIC FIELDS
I I .,
E &. Electric Current
I u.
, ,.

Clockwise Counter Clockv1se " M81e M8gnetic Field

ole Field
• •
Counter clock",he Clocitvbe Mole •,
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Male Magnetic
Field
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115


. Law of eyel

"Coherent aggregates nnited constitute centers of vi-


bration bearing relation to the tal pitch not multiples of
the hSilllonic pitch, and the production of seconda1y unions be-
tween themselves generate pitches that are discords, either in their
nnisons, or overtones with the original pitch; from h SllI1 0ny is gen-
erated discord, the inevitable ca~se of perpetual tion."
Keely, 1894

Conunentary June, 1986 simpler the ratio of the two (or more) parts into
which the string was divided, the more perfect was
Pythagoras stated that the greatest harmony is evi- the harmony of the two sounds. Ratios with smaller
denced when the ratios of the vibrations are lowest, numbers are less apt to have beats or dissonance."
i.e., 3 : 4 : 5 for an example, whereas a ratio of 243 : Once again we quote McGraw-Hill on Harmonics: "If
128 has less harmony and may be considered a dis- a violin string is bowed steadily, the frequencies of
cord. If we take three bodies (aggregates) one with a the partials of the resulting complex tone will be inte-
fundamental pitch of D, one with a fundamental pitch gral multiples of the lowest (fundamental) frequency,
of G and the third with a fundamental pitch of E and and the partials may properly be called harmonics. If
bring them together, they will come together harmo- however, the same string is struck or plucked and
niously because D, G, and E are harmonically related then allowed to vibrate freely, the frequencies of the
to and derived from the keynote of C, which becomes partials in the airborne sound and the frequencies of
the fundamental pitch of the united aggregate. One of the corresponding modes of vibration are, in general,
the basic principles of music teaches us that when no longer exactly in the ratios of integers, and the
any notes, harmonically related, are simultaneously partials and modes of vibration are inharmonic." In
sounded, the fundamental or keynote will arise spon- other words, beats or summation tones causes discord
taneously of this sounded chord. The simplest ratios or a discordant pitch.
in our example are C to D or 8 : 9 (a Major tone), C From the MacGraw-Hill definition we can see at a
to G or 2 : 3 (a Perfect Fifth) and C to E or 4 : 5 (a glance that "from harmony is generated discord, the
Major Third). Very small ratios indeed, all of which inevitable cause of perpetual transfOImation."
are related to the fundamental pitch or the lowest What this has to do with Chernybol and latent en-
pitch to which the two or three may sound or have in ergy is this: Uranium or any other element is in a
common, in this case, the keynote of C. state of relative harmony (a state of rest) until acted
Thus we· can see that these three bodies are then in upon as above described. The phenomena known as
a state of harmony because of their relative funda- "critical mass" comes readily to mind. Activated ura-
mental pitches. The picture begins to change when nium, U 235 for instance, is composed of tiny particles
we look at the higher har monics each one of these NOT in a high state of balance or harmony. The com-
bodies has on its own. Because the law states that ponent particles are not simply related to the funda-
these bodies are in harmony in so far as the funda- mental pitch of the aggregate. When the mass is in-
mental pitch is concerned, the combinations taking creased, the fundamental pitch changes until such a
place with the higher harmonics begin to bring about point is reached that no harmony can be discerned,
action, or motion because as they (the higher harmon- the mass becomes total discord (chaos) and we have
ics of each fundamental tone) join together, the resul- the inevitable result action or the release of tremen-
tant or summation tones are no longer simply related dous energy. With the above fully impressed on our
and are therefore called discords. This too is a funda- minds let us read what John Keely says about latent
mental principle of music, that any to ne when sound- energy:
ed will cause its harmonics to arise simultaneously in
the higher octaves. In this example we have the si- LATENT FORCE IN INTERSTITIAL SPACES
multaneous generation of the higher harmonics of C, by John Ernst Worrell Keely
D, G, and E . As these higher harmonics begin to re-
late we see beats, the cause of dissonance. "If latent force is not accumulated and held in cor-
Tyndall, in his book Sound, says of ratios: "The puscular aggregations, how is it that progressive or- •

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ders of disintegration of water induce progressive molecules to repel each other, but electromagnetic ra-
conditions of increased volume and higher power? diation?
"How is this sympathetic power held in the intersti- "It must not be understood that the character of the
tial corpuscular condition? action of the latent force liberated from liquids and
"Answer: By the incalculable velocity of the mo- gases is the same in its evolution, as that of the latent
lecular, atomic and etheric capsules (the ether is the force existing in metals. The fonner shows up an
capsule to the molecules and atoms all the way up to elastic energy, which emanates from the breaking up
the perfect stream of structural ether) which velocity of their rotating envelopes, increasing, at the same
represents billions of revolutions per second in their time, the range of their corpuscular action, thus giv-
rotations. Imagine a sphere of 12 in. diameter, a mag- ing under confinement, elastic forces of an almost in-
nified molecule surrounded by an atmospheric enve- finite character. By liberation from the tube it is con-
lope of 1116th inch in depth, the envelope rotating at fined in, it seeks its medium of concordant tenuity
a velocity of the same increased ratio of the mole- with a velocity greater than that of light.
cule's magnification. At the very lowest estimate it "In metals, the latent force as excited by the same
would give a velocity of 600,000 miles per second. sympathizer, extends its range of neutral sympathetic
An atmospheric film, rotating on a 12 inch sphere at attraction without corpuscular rupture, and reaches
the same ratio as the molecular one, would be impen- out as it were to link itself with its harmonic sympa-
etrable to a steel pointed projectile at its greatest ve- thizer, as long as its exciter it kept in action. When its
locity, and would hermetically enclose a resisting exciter is dissociated, its outreach nestles back again
pressure of many thousands of pounds per square into the corpuscular embrace of the molecular mass
inch. A rotating envelope such as this would hermeti- that has been acted upon.
cally enclose an internal pressure of several thou- "This is the polar sympathetic harness, as between
sands of pounds per square inch, especially when we metallic mediums and the polar dominant current -
consider that the ether, unlike the atmospheric film the leader of the triune stream of the terestrial flow.
which has inertia and consequently centrifugal force, "The velocity of the sympathetic bombarding
has centripetal force or neutral attraction in direct streams, towards the centers of neutrality in the cor-
proportion to its velocity. This is the explanation of puscular atoms, during sympathetic aggregation of
the wonderful pressures evolved by aqueous disinte- visible molecular masses (in registering the latent
gration, which have been measured on a lever spe- force in their interstitial spaces) is thousands of times
cially built for this purpose, strong enough to stand greater than that of the most sensitive explosives. An
three times the explosive power of gunpOWder. The atmospheric stream of that velocity would atomize
evolution of power from the latent condition in inter- the plate of an ironclad, if brought to bear on it.
stitial space by the proper exciter in all its multiplici- "All these conditions of evolution and concentra-
ty of fOlms proves the "connecting link" between the tion are accomplished by the celestial mind force, as
celestial and terrestrial, the infinite and the finite. The associated with terrestrial brain matter.
absence of latent energy in matter would make life an "Latent force is accumulated and held in interstitial
impossibility. space by corpuscular aggregation, otherwise the pro-
"There would be no life, and therefore no action in gressive disintegration of water could not induce in-
aggregated matter, had the latent negative force been creased volume and pressure.
left out. "The latent force liberated from liquids and gases
"The magnet arouses the interstitial latent action in differs from that liberated from metals in that it is
a bar of iron. This is the power I am now getting un- elastic, giving an infinite variety of pressure, whereas
der control (using the proper exciters as associated in the metals, vibration simply extends the range of
with the mechanical media) to do commercial work. neutral sympathetic attraction without corpuscular
In other words, I am making a sympathetic harness rupture as it reaches out for concordance in the sym-
for the polar terrestrial force; first, by exciting the pathizer.
sympathetic concordant force that exists in the cor- "This sympathetic latent power is held by the incal-
puscular interstitial domain, which is concordant to it, culable velocity of the molecular etheric capsule and
and secondly, after the concordance is established, by the atomic etheric capsule, which rotate at billions of
negatizing the thirds, sixths and ninths of this concor- times per second, in interstitial corpuscular aggrega-
dance, thereby inducing high velocities with great tion.
power by intermittent negation, as associated with the "The mighty forces latent in corpuscular matter -
dominant thirds. and all matter - are held in oscillating vortex action,
"Again: Take away the sympathetic latent force this latent, registered definite power interchanging
that all matter is impregnated with, the connective sympathetically with the celestial radiating stream
link between the finite and the infinite would be dis- (renewing loss in radiation through absorption by re-
sociated and gravity would be neutralized, bringing ceptiveness) whereby light, heat, electricity and mag-
all visible and invisible aggregations back into the netism are propagated in their different orders, vital-
great etheric realm (read: dissolved into its subatomic izing Nature with their life giving principles."
components). "The first seal is being broken, in the book of vi-
"What is cohesion, the power holding the mole- bratory philosophy, the first stepping stone is placed
cules together, but electromagnetic negative attrac- toward reaching the solution of that infinite problem,

tion? What is the state that is brought about by cer- the source of life. "
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way, the concept of latent forces, I'd like to present cal body, into such vibratory forces as to create a nor-
some of Cayce's readings dealing with the human mal equilibrium between the matter in the body and
body as a composition of molecular, atomic and suba- that of a normal , or near norlllal functioning of that
tomic particles. With the introduction of these read- matter in a material plane and in a material body.
ings we are opening up a whole and vast area to be "As is seen and known, all atomic forces are of an
explored in subsequent issues, that of the correlations electrical nature in their effect and effect upon a
between mind, body and health. The human body physical organism. Not all portions of the system
cannot be considered separate from mind and its la- function in the same vibratory rate, as the nerves of
tent forces, nor can mind be considered wholly a psy- the sensory organism are made - as it were - in a se-
chological phenomena without that which it uses as ries of necessary portions of system for the proper al-
its intermediary for its expression, the body. These teration of vibration of atomic forces to create either
two organism function interdependently, one.without that of vision, hearing, so also, in the assimilation as
the other is as improbable (in the healthy creative in- for gland functioning - as creates in the system those
dividual) as the sun would be without sunlight. elements that add to either the nerve energies in their
activity those necessary elements for the coordination
THE ROLE OF ATOMIC FORCES of the muscular forces within the system, as to pro-

IN HEALING duce functioning in a nominal or normal manner, or
they are overcharged or undercharged - that prevent
Below we quote a few of the many readings given their functioning in a nominal manner. Hence, as is
by Edgar Cayce on the role atomic forces have in the seen, in a manner, as how the activity of the physical
field of healing. Much thought and research have body can be altered by the concerted activity of
gone into these readings in the attempt to decipher minds that are directed to the atomic forces of an in-
the uncanny accuracy that was sometimes evidenced dividual, in raising their vibrations to a nonnal or
in the healing manifested through following material normal manner. Hence we have that of spiritual heal-
from this source. When one realizes that the human ing to a body.
body is composed of molecular, atomic and subatom- "Now, the same vibrations may be raised for a
ic particles and that energies are manifested in these physical body, in the physical sense, as may be raised
particles, one can then begin to see that to evoke a in a mental or spiritual body by its association or its
harmonious condition (health) in the bodily functions connection with that that creates a necessary element
these particles must not be left out of any prognosis. of vibration for corrective forces in a system.
Next month we will publish a series of readings "Then, to find the correct vibration for elements
wherein many conditions are described as being the that are lacking in their sustaining forces for a living
result of sympathetic conditions arising from dishar- organism, and to create that within the enlivening
mony in other parts of the body. portions of the system in such a way and manner as
"In every physical being, the whole body is made for same to be assimilated by, or become effective in,
up of the atomic forces of the system, with the mind a living organism, is to be able to change that environ
of each atom, at it is builded, supervised by the whole of that physical organism as to be creative and evolut-
mental mind of the body, varied by its different phas- ing in its activity in that system.
es and attributes, for, as is seen in its analysis, an "For this body, then, we would find that we would
atom of the body is a whole universe in itself, in the add those vibrations from the low form of the electri-
minutest state. The attitude, then, of all the attributes cal vibration as comes from that known or called in
of the mind toward self, and the forces as manifest the wet cell vibration from those atomic forces neces-
through same, become paramount. As to any healing sary in the forces of the body itself." (5576-1).
in the body, or any application of any source, nature, "As is understood, Life - God - in its essence is Vi-
character, kind, or condition, is only to create that in- bration, and - as the physical beings are of that atom-
centive in that same atomic force to create the better ic force, a portion of the same - the awareness of
condition in a body, whether it be medicinal proper- same is as to how conscious that vibration may be
ties, whether it be of manipulation to induce incentive made, even as we find in the physical body that sight,
reaction, whether it be of an operative nature, or what hearing, taste, speech, are but an alteration of vibra-
not, is to create that same condition in the atomic tion attuned to those portions in the consciousness of
forces of the body to bring about the better physical the physical body, becoming aware of things, of vi-
conditions in the system. Then, necessarily, it is para- brations, reaching same from within or from without.
mount. How to go about same? May be through self Hence one may not hear the prayer or the thought
and selfs attitude towards those conditions which are sent by an individual whose attunement is not suffi-
of the physical and spiritual natures in an individual, cient to raise that vibration in an individual, but the
and to this individual especially." (137-81) combined - as we have in numbers - raise to such an
"The consideration that is to be given in making extent that the awakening comes by this continuing
any application for corrective forces, that there may of this direction of the spiritual forces to an individu-
be the better coordination in the mental, the superfi- al; even as the small drop may wear away the hardest
cial, the imaginative and the physical being, would be stone." (281-4)
to create within the system itself that as makes for the "Here, let's analyze for the moment, to those that
proper coordination of atomic forces as control the must consciously - as this body - see and reason, see
functioning of, and the changing of, those material a material demonstration , occasionally at least! Each
conditions, as are taken, for substance, into the physi- atomic force of a physical body is made up of its

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units of positive and negative forces, that brings it closest to giving the exact methodology yet. The ba-
into a material plane. These are of the ether, or atom- sic premise is that a fundamental, in its progression to
ic forces, being electrical in nature as they enter into a higher frequency, creates from within itself these
a material basis, or become matter in its ability to higher frequencies such as its octave. The other notes
take on or throw off. So, as a group may raise the or frequencies produced are similar or inverse to the
atomic vibrations that make for those positive forces Fibonacci series. If these notes are constrained to a
as bring divine forces in action into a material plane, single measure as is used in music notation we would
those that are destructive are broken down by the see within this measure the seven basic notes of an
raising of that vibration! That's material, see? This is octave with the octave appearing in the next measure.
done through Creative Forces, which are God in man- Now these seven notes are not written down from the
ifestation! Hence, as self brings those little things lowest to the highest in an ever increasing (in fre-
necessary, as each is found to be necessary, for posi- quency).. manner. They are however, evenly spaced,
tion, posture, time, period, place, name, understand- linearly speaking, from the left side to the right side
ing, study each, and assist each in their respective of the measure. These spacings are referred to as "pe-
sphere. So does the entity become the healer." (281- riods" or "steps." The fundamental occupies the first
3) period, space or step of the measure. This progression
is better illustrated in the evolution of keynotes and
Keely's Frequencies..• not through individual notes. Hughes has some beau-
tiful charts clearly illustrating this concept.
Last month we published a listing of some of the One interesting metaphysical correlation derived
frequencies mentioned throughout the Keely litera- from all this is F is the root of C and C is the root of
ture. Subscribers have written in with some accurate G. Each step being a Fifth and one of great halll1ony.
observations and a few valid questions that need an- F whose color is green may be symbolic of Eden giv-
swering. Even though we don't possess the right and ing birth to Man (C or red) who in tum gives birth to
proper answer, we will attempt to arrange things in Women (G or blue). So we may say that F being the
• order that these questions can best be addressed . fertile neutral center fust expands out (male-ish activ-
To begin with we list again the same frequencies ity) creating an everlasting male influence in the en-
as before, with a few additions: vironment. All the while this male influence contin-
ues expanding it causes its own pole to be created as
no thing can exist in and by itself. The female coun-
COll1l11ents'y August, 1989 terpart is thus called into existence. This is something
like minting coins - as soon as one side of the coin is
Taking an aggregate, say a molecule, and analyz- minted the other side comes into being simply be-
ing its component frequencies one would, according cause no coin can possess one side only.
to this law, find many frequencies other than har- Looking back to the beginning it has been stated
monic derivatives of the fundamental. This may ex- that darkness was in the beginning. Ultraviolet may
plain why it is difficult to find harmonic derivatives be taken as dark because the human eye cannot really
in such an analysis just as it has often proven to be. see deep ultraviolet. Ultraviolet corresponds to B. B
This law embodies the ideas previously and re- is the root of all keys (frequencies, notes, etc.). From
peatedly stressed herein about musical note progres- B the second step in our progression is the note E - its
sions. Hughes' Harmonies of Tones and Colors, Ram- color is yellow . Yellow of course is the Sun or the
say's Scientific Basis and Build of Music and Harris' light of day. Hence was created day and night at the
Acoustics all give substance to unravel this "discords same time because day cannot exist without the lack
from harmony." . of day or night. Thus we can see the development of
It is not such a difficult concept to grasp. It is, the fust trinity of the greatest harmony - C, red, man;
however, complex and exacting. The Musical Ratios E, yellow, sun; and G, blue, woman. This trinity also
spreadsheet found in the SVP catalog was designed corresponds to the Holy Trinity of the Bible as "Him
to derive these ratios of one frequency relative to an- fust," the son of God; "Him midst," the Almighty Fa-
other. The above mentioned books also give illustrat- ther, and "Him last," the Holy Spirit, proceeding from
ed essays on the subject. the Father and the Son, Trinity in Unity. The correla-
It is believed that this is perhaps the greatest "se- tion with the biblical scenes as depicted in Genesis
cret" to be revealed concerning Keely's work. Once (first three octaves of creation) is plain to see. Re-
these musical progressions are deciphered in a coher- member that Genesis is the story of creation - crea-
ent and logical manner - all sorts of "mysteries" are to tion of the material realm and is part of our study of
be revealed to the seeker of truth. how atoms and molecules evolve themselves. This
Electrical and mechanical engineers are all very understanding will help to understand how atoms and
familiar with finding the harmonics of fundamentals. molecules may be taken apart and modified in our
The harmonic is an obvious discernment and it is materialistic world. It is this study of the creative
easy to divide or multiply by 2. However, to find a forces to which we have devoted ourselves.
third or sixth or Perfect Fifth is not as easy - unless Though at times it appears as though I write
one is trained to discern them - much as a musician is about religion - this is not so - I write about the crea-
trained in the art. Remember that Keely was a musi- tive forces. Religious teachings have preserved these
cian before he became a physicist! ideas through the centuries because they tell of man's
The exact deciphering of this problem has eluded association with and how he is part of these forces
this author for a number of years. Hughes comes the

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and processes. By understanding the above creation


and progression of forces one begins to grasp the idea
that nothing is by accident - that each and every thing
is done according to Law - natural Law as it unfolds
itself througb time and space.


• Rotating Resonator, weight, 780 Ibs., and Vibratory Globe. 120


Keely's final motor on left. This machine operates via amplified gluonic bonding/repulsing
forces as near as we can understand Keely's explanations.

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Law of Harmonic Pitch
"Any aggregate in a state of vibration develops in addition to its
pitch a series of vibration in symmetrical sub-multiple
portions of itself, bearing ratios of one, two, three, or more times its
funda mental pitch."
Keely, 1894

Commentary July, 1986 whose lower harmonic is 3 and several higher har-
monics of 9, 12, 18 etc. Where these frequencies
What we begin to see through this law is the un- match we get higher amplitudes or lower amplitudes
folding of the inner relationships between the evi- as they "mis-match". Below we have a listing done
denced eigenfrequencies of an aggregated mass and by Sir James Jeans of music theory renown wherein
the subtler, less evident vibrations of its makeup. he calculates some of the generated frequencies from
Quite clearly we have seen and discussed the vibra- a fundamental. The root is C at 64. Ramsay and
tion$ and the fundamental origins of those vibrations. Hughes both differ from this system.
This law indicates there are more vibrations not nec-
essarily perceived as such. We perceive here a series C 64 xl
of motions that may be categorized as a quality per- Cl 128 Harmonic x2
petuating itself by simple number ratios, i.e., a "quan- E 162
tization" (condensation and rarefaction) seems to be G 192 x3
taking place. What are being described here are the C2 256 Harmonic x4
harmonic pitches that arise from the fundamental E2 324
pitch of the aggregate. However, in reviewing last C+E 290 Summation
months law, "The Law of Cycles," we see that there E+G 354 Summation
are also, in any given aggregate, another parallel C+G 320 Summation x5
group of vibrations. These other vibrations, we saw, C-E 34 Difference
are developed as BEAT frequencies, summation or E-G 30 Difference
resultant tones. See issue 9 for examples. C-G 64 Difference
So here we have a description of two types of fre- C3 384 Harmonic x6
quencies arising from the same fundamental or E3 486
source of all other vibrations as appear in a given ag- G3 576 Harmonic x9
gregate. Harmonic pitches and summation or differ- C+E+G 482 Summation
ence pitches make up the whole of the vibrating spec- C2+E 418 Harmonic + Summation
trum. E2+C 452 Harmonic + Summation
The next step in dealing with these multiple fre- E2+G 516 " "
quencies is to detenuine how and why any given vi- G2+E 546 " "
G2+C 512 " " x8
bration of frequency arises from another or in this
case the fundamental. The answer lies in Music Theo- C2+G 448 " . x7
ry. A fundamental will, when sounded, give rise to its
harmonic and the other summation or beat tones. Any The above list of frequencies is only partially com-
sophomore music theory student knows this! The plete. It is revealing to note that all these notes are
Key question still remains - HOW DOES ONE generated from sounding the single note of C (64
NOTE BECOME ANO'IHER? The creation of har- cps). This single fundamental gives rise to its har-
monics is simply the fundamental dividing itself by monics Cl, C2, etc. and all the rest are derived from
two over and over again . The next step is the harmon- it "spontaneously". Therefore, when we say no thing
ics sounding together and with the fundamental caus- can or does exist in and by itself, the evidence is now
ing the summation and difference tones. For instance: before us. All things are related SYMPATHETICAL-
2 as a fundamental gives rise to 4 or 8 or 16 as har- LY. One can even say that all the above notes are
monics. 8 minus 2 gives us a difference tone of 6 ONE, because they have arisen from ONE source, C.

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A more accurate statement would be that they are string swings again to its furthest extension away
from ONE ~arnily. or ONE .origin, but not ONE single from the neutral position it tends to increase the ten-
separat~ urut. This evolutionary process of musical sion. as it approaches its furthest extension the fre-
notes WIll be further explored in future issues. quency again changes to a higher rate.
The law of harmonics even applies to gravity.
COImnentary September, 1989 For every 16 feet an object falls its velocity doubles.
Would this mean that gravity is a function of veloci-
This law of one of the more recognized and ac- ty? l\ccelerat~ an. object to a given velocity (escape
cept~d laws .in us~ today. All fields of engineering
yelocIty) and It WIll escape the pull of gravity. Veloc-
use It extensIvely In calculations both derivative and Ity therefore may be a rate of change from one polari-
functional. ty (state) to another. Polarity is a difference of state
The use of the word pitch is also accurate as a hanl1onic, dominant (neutral) or enharmonic. '
p.itch is a relative frequency where frequency alone is To say that a complex shaped piece of metal vi-
SImply a number of cycles per second. Again the use brates to a given frequency is misleading. It WOUld,
of musical.terminology is fundamental to the in-depth however, be correct to say that the piece of metal
study of VIbratory phenomena. Being relative is the does have a fundamental pitch. From this fundamen-
t~1 pitch are developed harmonic pitches, enharmonic
state of relating to something else - another frequen-
cy, the fundamental or key note, in this case. pItches ~nd a wide assortment of node configurations.
It is not known when electronic and other engi- The varIOUS wave fmms and frequencies constitute a
n~ers began using harmonics in their work. Certainly
chord of pitches. Thus this complex assortment of
this usage began some time ago. What is even more wave fmIlls constitutes Keely's "chord of mass."
puzzling .is w~y hasn't this well-known law of phys- To sUI? up a little, even though a vibrating aggre-
~ate does mdeed create a series of harmonic pitches,
ICS b~en I?entlfied as a law? When something always
~nd I.n,,:arIa?ly takes place as a result of a given ac-
It a)so creates a series of enharmonic pitches. These
tion It IS WIthOut a doubt a law. A vibratory occur- vanous fmills of evolved pitches constitutes the vi-
b~atory composition of the aggregate. Harmonic
rence will always and at all times produce these har-
monics. They can be calculated by doubling the pItches alone do not reflect the true vibratory nature
freq'!ency and the subharmonics can be calculated by of any aggregate. They but represent an over simplifi-
halvmg the frequency. The Electromagnetic Scale cation of the analysis. Small wonder then that "mod-
~ommonly seen i~ school class rooms and engineer-
ern" science has done so little when it could do so
mg departments IS based entirely on this concept. much more. Their analysis has been confined to har-
These scales begin with 1 cycle per second and dou- monic analysis, without recognizing this function as a
bles at each octave resulting in a sequence of num- law of nature, and have lumped all the other noted
bers: 1,2,4, 8, 16,32,64 .... frequencies derived from their analysis as unrelated
All of the above is just dandy - what is a vibra- mathematically to the fundamental. These other fre-
tion anyway? Is it a periodic motion back and forth or quencies have been classified with statistical methods
t~ and fro? Or is it an alternating pulsation? It may be
alone. Statistical methods are nothing other than vari-
eIther, both and even other modes of periodic chang- ?US ways to average indeterminate numbers. A verag-
ing of state. Various objects in motion and under con- mg does not recognize the individuality nor interrelat-
sideration may behave in different motions. Howev- edness of a set of numbers. Music tenninology and
~ethodology makes no such error. It recognizes a .
er, what remains the same in all cases is the object
changes state from what may be considered a positive gIven frequency for what it is and how it may relate
state, to a negative state and also the neutral state. For ~o other.s. Musi~ (SVP) is broad-minded enough that
instan.ce a stretched piano or guitar wire may be said It can gIve credIt where credit is due. If it didn't mu-
to sWing back and forth. Upon consideration it may ~ic (SV~) would have no basis to exist as its very ex-
be seen to also shorten and length as the string in- Istence IS founded on the idea that all things do exist
creases its swing further away from the neutral or rest and do ~ave a meaningful relation to all other things.
position. Thus a simple guitar string vibrates in at T~I~ may.be the salvation for dogmatic and dif-
0
least two different directions at 90 to each other. As ferentiating sCIence. If an object sounds a fundamen-
the string moves towards is furthest distance away tal it also sounds all of its harmonics and enharmon-
from the neutral position the ends tend to draw closer ics as an infinite chord of frequencies. Radionics has
together simultaneously (if they were not rigidly io,!g reco~nized f!nd worked quite successfully with
fixed they would approach each other). t~IS fact .. Since thIS chord is really an infinite series of
Another fundamental principle of harmonic crea- pItches It therefore stands to reason that all things
tion is that of tension. Increase the tension the string have an infinite effect - not just the effects found
and the frequency also increases. Therefore as the within a certain and limited spectrum of frequencies.

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Law of Force

"Energy itself in three fOIIllS: Creative, the vibrating ag-


gregate; Transmissive, being the propagation of isochronous waves
through the media in which it is immersed; Attractive, being its ac-
tion upon other aggregates capable of vibrating in lIuisons or
ny."
Keely, 1894

COimnentary August, 1986 effect is answered in this law; i.e., what happens be-
tween the cause and its effect?
If we take the analogy of two ftnely tuned tuning Any engineer possessing an open mind must ad-
forks and set one to vibrating, is manifesting the mit that energy must ftrst be created or made mani-
Creative fOlm of energy alluded to in the above law fest. This manifested energy possesses discrete and
or that which creates the other two fOlrns of energy. identiftable characteristics. A good analogy familiar
The next manifestation of energy would be a continu- to many engineers it that of a radio transmitter-send-
ous series of waves set into motion by the vibrating receiver setup. All sorts of mechanical, electrical and
fork, these are the Transmissive energy mentioned other processes are involved in developing the power
above propagating through the air surrounding the and signal preparatory to broadcasting. This is a high-
fork. The third manifestation of energy is manifested ly complex and exacting preparation. An even more
after the second fork begins to vibrate which is common analogy would be common speech or con-
caused by the impinging Transmissive energy, this is versation between two or more parties. One formu-
the Attractive energy, because of its afftnity for that lates an idea and prepares the subject and method (in-
particular frequency it tends to have an attractive fliction, tone, emotion, etc.) for delivery one's own
quality to which said frequency of vibration readily spoken word before the ftrst word is uttered. This can
seeks. be a carefully cultivated speech designed to have a
There is a lot implied here and we will explore the special effect on the listener or it can be a careless
method of "guidance" or means these forks use to "engage mouth before engaging brain" action. Part of
identify and then communicate with each other as we the process of preparation involves allocation to am-
develop our sensitivity to the subject matter. It is the bient noise (ever try to talk in a discotheque?), hear-
Dominant current of the triune chord which is sus- ing acuteness of the recipient, language used and un-
pected as the supra-light velocity means of touch or derstood by the recipient, etc. It too is a highly
sympathy attunement. I will devote a full journal to complex and exact preparation.
this subject of sympathy later. Notice in the foregoing preparation process at-
It may be added here that the two finely tuned tention is given by the talker (Creative) to the envi-
forks, are in sympathetic attunement because of their ronment and to the capabilities of the listener. These
resonant character; i.e., they are in sympathy because are the second (Transmissive, ambient conditions)
of their likeness insofar as inherent frequency sensi- and third (Attractive, listener) parts of the above law.
tivity goes. Any number of items so attuned are there- The same process is taken under very serious consid-
fore said to be sympathetic or they possess this quali- eration by a radio technician when engineering and
ty of sympathy. installing a radio transmitter-send-receiver setup.
According to Keely's philosophy and that of
MacVicar (Sketch of a Philosophy) all things regard-
Commentary October, 1989 less of location are intimately connected. All orga-
nized bodies are permeated and surrounded with the
This law of one of the more elegant of Keely's 40 rether. The rether is a super ftne subatomic substance
Laws of Harmony. In it are embodied the fundamen- from which the subatomic, atomic and molecular par-
tal basics of sympathetic vibrations - their theory as ticles are created. This is a primordial "soup" com-
well as their actual function. This law is also a perfect posed of many differing particles possessing many
descriptive of the multi-phenomena called cause and differing characteristics. Hence, as we have said here-
effect. What is wrong with the concept of cause and in, there is no such thing as a perfect vacuum (ab-

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Law of tin Atomic

"Coherent atomic substances are capable of oscillating at a pitch


directly as the demsity, and inversely as the linear dimen-
sions one period of frequency per unit of time to the 21st oc-
tave above, producing the creative force of Sonity, whose transmis-
sive force (Sound) is propagated through the media of solids, liquids,
Bnd gases, and whose static effect (Sonism) produces attractions and
repulsions between sympathetically vibrating bodies according to
the Law of Hallllonic Attraction and Repulsion."
Keely. 1894

Commentary September, 1986 faster than light. Light is a sensory perception, which
means the eyes are capable of receiving photons at
The Law of Harmonic Attraction and Repulsion this rate and has the ability to convert them into nerve
we take to be the laws discussed in issue #8 and pos- signals, etc. Because electromagnetic phenomena
sibly the law discussed in issue #10. Please review also travel at this speed, the visual perception appara-
these. These laws for a comprehensive WHOLE and tus of man is marvelously suited for this purpose.
should be considered so. (Unlike conventional sci- H?wever, in the h.ypothetical case of something trav-
ence wherein there are so many laws scattered ebng faster than light and/or electromagnetic speeds,
amongst the various disciplines.) Keely seemed to they cannot be perceived because they out race the
ha.ve created ~ truly unified approach that promises to visual apparatus of man. This also holds true for any
bnng many dIfferent subject areas into a comprehen- instruments he may use which are based on electrical
sive paradigm. circl:lits for measuring such a supra-light velocity.
In this law we can begin to see and understand LogIcally, there could be many things traveling at
Keely's classification process of matter. Material ag- these incredible velocities, but because of the afore-
gregates labeled "atomic" are those substances that !Dention~d restrictions it is doubtful they can be read-
have a natural frequency range of from 1 to ily perceIved and measured. This difficulty neverthe-
3,145,728 cps (see Keely'S Frequencies in issue #9). less does not preclude the existence of such entities.
Herein he also differentiates between a "creative The first part of this law, "Coherent atomic sub-
s~ances are capable. of oscillating at a pitch varying
force" called Sonity, the "transmissive force" called
Sound, and the "static force" or "attractive force" drrectly as the denSIty, and inversely as the linear di-
Sonism. We can see at a glance that this does not c~­ mensions from one period frequency per unit of time"
incid~ with ~odem theory. We may even begin to
reads very much like Tesla's description of energy
perceIve the Idea of why Keely claimed sound a quoted below:
tr~smissive force.' travels at 20,000 fps in a vacu~m.
This may be true if one considers sound to be an ag- "The kinetic and potential energy of a body is the
gregation of phonons just as light is an aggregation of result of motion (vibration) and determined by the
photons or electricity is an aggregation of electrons. product of its mass and the square of its velocity. Let
An unhindered phonon (lacking molecular interfer- the mass be reduced, the energy is diminished by the
ence within a vacuum) may very well travel at this ~a~e p~operties. If it be reduced to zero, the energy
rate! Besides this, sound is a conscious perception, lS lLkewlse zero for any finite velocity. "
i.e., it is only sound if it is audible to the human ear. Nikola Tesla
An):'thing traveling at 20,000 fps isn't going to be
aUdI.ble! On top of all this, a phonon, being an intera- . Energy, of course, is an equation of motion (ve-
10~Ity or vibration), Einstein's Theory of E=MC2
tOffilC or subatomic particle wouldn't necessarily be
hindered by a gross molecular substance such as the qUIte clearly exemplifies this. That Keely classifies
vacuu~ chamber's ~ans, but would, theoretically, "ato~c substance~" by. a~d with0 a given frequency
pass ng,?t ~~ough It l~st as light photons pass range IS almost umnteiligible untli we come to realize
tlrro~gh sohd glass unhmdered or even as magnetic
that an atomic substance is different than a molecular
partIcles pass through "solid" steel. substance in his way of thinking. A pure crystal may
Getting off the subject (but still within it's scope) be called an atomic substance when it is composed of
r~garding perception, I'd like to make a case for supra a single atomic substance or element, whereas a mo-
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(atomic substances of elements), according to modem sociation when disruptive) produces attractions and
chemical theory. It is logical to think that two differ- repulsions between sympathetically vibrating bod-
ent atoms, vibrating at different chords, will have a ies (the particular character - attraction or repulsion is
modulating effect on each other that may lead to a a function of the degree of sympathy or like vibratory
lower frequency range due to harmonics but also be- characteristics of the aggregated bodies or atoms in
cause the linear dimension has INCREASED and the which the creative force sonity has been introduced)
density has decreased, each of which by itself, would according to the Law of Harmonic Attraction and
have lowered the frequency. So the second part of his Repulsion (the character of the attraction or repul-
statement appears to be true. . sion is dictated by the atom's degree of conformity to
That an atomic substance can have more density the Law of Harmonic Attraction and Repulsion - see
than a molecular substance is not quite as far out a SVP July, 1989).
concept as it first appears. There can be fitted far
more atoms in a given space than can molecules and This is a complex law. It entails the creative
the "empty" spaces between such atoms is also small- force, the transmissive force and the effects of these
er than the "empty" space surrounding the molecules. forces on third party coherent particles. Remember
Following this concept further one could grasp, at particles are really vibrating bundles of energy each
least conceptually, why Keely claimed rether is possessing its own particular range and assortment of
987,000 times denser than steel, because more rether vibration frequencies, modes and other particulars.
particles can be placed in a given volume than steel Each will tend to react to the creative force, soni-
molecule (a complex molecule, meaning LARGE ty, impinging upon it in a slightly different manner.
molecule) and the resulting surrounding "empty" The creative force, sonity, is also unique in its charac-
space is almost non-existent or at least not measura- teristics dependent upon the nature of the initial
ble. It is also logical to think that some atoms are as make-up of the aggregates from which it originates
large as some molecules and vice versa because Kee- and of course the transmissive force, sound, is again
ly claims the frequency bands of atomic vibrations entirely characterized by the media in which it finds
and molecular vibrations overlap to some degree. itself.
A good analogy is a speaker, creative, speaking
Commentary November, 1989 through the medium of the atmosphere, sound, and
the listener passively being effected, sonism, by that
Coherent atomic substances are capable of os- which was created - the lecture - then transmitted
cillating (oscillation is a rhythmically recurring trans- through the air by way of sound.
latory movement) at a pitch (pitch is the relative The inner nature of that which was meant is not
frequency of vibration) varying directly as the that which is being conveyed by the air and may not
density (a coherent substance is like a crystal of a be that which is understood. A good speaker, on the
pure atomic element. The atoms are all the same and other hand, is one that can maintain the integrity of
are ideally situated within the crystalline structure. that which is in his mind through the entire process of
The oscillations of this substance increase in frequen- communication. When the speaker (that which is
cy directly in relation to the crystal's density - the creative), the medium of transmission (quiet, still air)
higher the density the higher the frequency) and in- and the listener (that which is receptive) are in a high
versely as the linear dimensions (as the linear di- degree of sympathy then perfect transmission can and
mensions increase the frequency diminishes and as does take place. If on the other hand, the speaker is
the size diminishes the frequency increases) from incoherent, the room is noisy and the listener is bored
one period of frequency per unit of time to the or distracted then perfect sympathy is disturbed and
21st octave above (the oscillations begin at one cycle the integrity of the message is likewise destroyed.
per second or whatever time unit is employed and The listener no longer hears or understands that
continue up to the 21st octave or to the middle of the which is meant to be conveyed. And likewise the
electromagnetic wave spectrum, i.e., radio, at speaker is no longer being received or understood ac-
2,097,152 cycles per second - this is the limit of cording to that which he intended.
atomic oscillations), producing the creative force of This law specifically refers to sympathetically

Sonity (this produced force is a new complex action tuned aggregates or those aggregates that have the
resulting from the interactions of these frequencies same pitches of vibration such as components of
resulting from homogeneous oscillations of this co- crystal-like substances. Even though it does not per-
herent medium - lattice structure - which bears these tain directly to people engaged in conversation the
particular characteristics), whose transmissive force analogy is nonetheless valid. This is because two or
(Sound) (Sound is the propagating or carrying medi- more people can be sympathetic to one another.
um that is the vehicle through which this new com- When their ideals, goals, likes and dislikes are similar
plex creative force - sonity - is transmitted) is propa- they are drawn naturally together - they are repelled
gated through the media of solids, liquids, and from each other to the degree that their ideals, goals,
gases, and whose static effect (Sonism) (Sonism is a likes and dislikes are dissimilar. This law is a law be-
new complex assortment of forces or rather effects of cause it embodies common sense and it can be seen
the force sonity possessing attributes some of which to apply to every situation involving two or more
we have come to recognize as short and long atomic similar interacting things. Common sense and univer-
and molecular forces - atomic and molecular cohe- sal applicability are imperative.
sion in other words when attractive and fission or dis-

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Law of Sono-thermity
"Intel nat vibrations of atomic atomic molecules
are capable of vibrating at a period-frequency directly as their densi-
ty, inversely as their Unear dimensions, directly as the coefficient of
their tension from the 21st to the 42nd octaves, producing the crea-
tive force (Sono-theuoity), whose transmissive force (Sono-theu u ) is
propagated in soUd, Uquid, gaseous, and ultra-gaseous media, stati-
cally producing adhesions Bnd molecular unions, or disintegration,
according to the Law of Ha'lOonic Attraction Bnd Repulsion." '
Keely. 1894

Commentary October, 1986 and to itself. Just think, if heat applied to a substance
causes it to rise and we see it rise such as air or water,
In issue #9 was published a complete list of Kee- then we would be tempered to say that heat causes
ly's frequencies. The list shows the 21st octave hav- levitation. Indeed, heat applied to air will cause it to
ing a frequency of 2,097,152 Hz. The 42nd octave rise. But heat applied to a pound of water in a pan on
has 4,398,046,511,104 Hz. This frequency band, ac- a stove top doesn't make it any lighter! NASA has
~ordin.g to Keely, comprises the range of frequencies shown us that sound applied to solids causes them to
In which what he calls Sono-Thermity, Sono-thenn rise. Might it not be something within heat or the
and Sono-thermism have their manifestations. The cause of heat that contains the "levitating effect"? If
term sono comes from the Latin, son os, meaning heat and sound are vibrations, then this "levitating ef-
sound. The term thenn comes from the Greek, word fect" is caused by vibrations or some kind of mode of
for heat. In the New Century Dictionary it is defined vibrations and not by heat alone.
as: THERM: "[n physics, a unit of heat or thermal In the case of heated air rising, it would be better
capacity; a thermal unit, as the small calory or the to say that heat is present in air as it levitates or rises.
large calory, or unit equal to [,000 large calories; The atomic and molecular vibrating structure we call
sometimes, a unit equal to [00,000 British thermal air, when immersed in a media vibrating between the
units. " One is reminded of the modern terlli SONO- 21st and 42nd octave, will become modulated by
LUMINESCENCE: [Physics] "Luminescence pro- those same frequencies. The result will be an air atom
duced by high-frequency sound waves or phonons. " or molecular vibrating or resonating to those same
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical frequencies which then emits "heat" (or the same
Terms. rates of vibration recognized as heat) and at the same
In recent issue of one of the popular science maga- time this air particle will have a tendency to rise ver-
zines there was an article about the sound waves de- tically.
tected in the sun. It seems there are a great n1!mber Therefore, in summation, heat and levitation may
and quantity of sound frequencies present on the sur- be the results of modulating the atomic frequencies of
face of the sun. Do you suppose these waves are what the air with the frequencies between the 21st and
gives rise to the heat we perceive coming from the 42nd octaves.
sun and not actually from nuclear activity? Some of Heat and levitation then should be recognized as
the literature I have indicates this may be so. We'll two separate and distinct phenomena arising from the
have to dedicate a future issue to solar and planetary same frequency. This of course, leads us to think that
phenomena as seen by Keely and others. there are at least two distinct types of vibration at
Those of you familiar with the ordinary Electro- work. One causes heat the other levitation. Water ato-
magnetic Scale will see that these frequencies men- mized by an ultrasonic humidifier is cold and has a
tioned by Keely, especially the higher ones, are with- tendency to float and the fall in the air. Whereas wa-
in the Infrared frequency range. I think we can ter atomized by heat has a tendency to rise. Discover
surmise from what Keely says that he considered heat the difference and your fame and fortune is guaran-
or the generation of heat nothing other than sound teed!
waves vibrating at a quicker rate. This I have heard Law #11 The Law of Force, issue #11, tells us that
from many different scientists and engineers. But if "Energy manifests itself in three fmms: Creative or
~s !s true, then the idea that heat causes things to Sono-thenruty, the vibrating aggregate; Transmissive
nse IS a fallacy! Because heat is a manifestation of or Sono-thenn, being the propagation of isochronous
high frequency sound waves and not something in waves through the media (atomic substances and

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atomic molecules) in which it is immersed: Attractive tween this law with modern concepts. The only area a
• or Sono-thellnism, being its action upon other aggre- conflict could result in the calling of this phenomena
gates capable of vibrating in unisons or hanlLony." I aLA W. However, a review of what constitutes a law
think this law is more or less self explanatory, once would settle that conflict in short order because this
one becomes comfortable with Keely's jargon that is. phenomena is a constant and does not deviate.
Taking logic a little further with what Keely lays To make this law and the one before it useable
out before us I would say that heat is an atomic phe- one would fmd themselves emerged in atomic and
nomena. That means that a molecule does not possess nuclear physics. Mathematical formulae used in this
heat but it is the atoms of which the molecule is com- field of research reflects the use of frequency as an
posed that manifests this rate of vibration we per- essential component of their calculations. A place
ceive as heat. Or we might say that it is the molecule that has been using this phenomena but without the
vibrating at the atomic frequency rates which gives knowledge of the greater paradigm is in excimer la-
rise to thennal outreach (heat). In one of Keely's pa- sers. This particular laser can and does cause a disso-
pers (to be published in its entirety at a later date) he ciation of molecular and atomic bonds without the
claims that when a molecule is submitted to super- generation of heat. This laser is the closest thing I've
cooling as in cryogenics, the thermal outreach nestles seen or heard of resembling Keely's stone disintegra-
into the interlllolecular realm remaining latent there tor device used to mine hard rock gold in 1883. The
until the cold has been withdrawn. The thermal out- introduction of a high frequency vibration into a co-
reach (heat) then reasserts itself and becomes evident herent chord of vibrations possessed by the stone
again as "latent heat". "Latent heat" is not the same as caused a strong discord and disintegration was the re-
"specific heat". A strange concept when first ap- sult. The gold, being a metal, has a strong property
proached but not so improbable as "heat causes air to Keely called negative attraction. This apparently is
rise" . more or less an opposite state or inverse state of co-
herent chordal factors. Thus a metal is not affected in
Commentary December, 1989 the same way that a crystalline substance (granite) is.
The metal "absorbs" the frequencies and becomes
This law is fundamentally the same as the law re- more "compact" a thus may break itself in much the
viewed in the November, 1989 issue. The major dif- same way that has been demonstrated in exploding
ference is this law covers the phenomena of the next wire experiments instead of disintegrating by atomic
set of octaves from the 21st octave to the 42nd oc- or molecular bond weakening which is the cause of
tave. The other difference is here we will be discuss- disintegration.
ing vibrations while in the previous law we discussed Later in this issue are listed the known musical
oscillations. See SVP, March, 1989 for a discussion intervals. These are to be identified in molecular and
of the difference between these two forms or modes atomic chords. It is these intervals that we speak of
of rhythmic motion. that compose the chords of molecular and atomic
"Internal vibrations (vibrations are internal bonding. The more concordant the bond or interval
rhythmic motions whereas oscillations are the whole the more compact and the stronger the bond is. A
body moving from side to side) of atomic substanc- more discordant bond is weaker and aggregations
es (crystalline like materials) and atomic molecules formed around such bonds are not strong and may be
(substances composed of unlike atoms but not pos- disrupted with much less effort.
sessing molecular properties) are capable of vibrat- The idea or key in this matter is not to hammer
ing at a period-frequency directly as their density away at a substance to effect a break in the bonds. A
(the higher the density the higher the frequency and much subtler and more effective method would be to
vice versa), inversely as their linear dimensions "tickle" or modulate the bonds into a discordant state.
(the greater the linear dimension the lesser the fre- Hugh results can be discerned from a small energy in-
quency and vice versa), directly as the coefficient of put. Dissociation would be the inevitable result. The
their tension (the greater the tension the higher the requirement of hugh amounts of outside energy to ef-
frequency and vice versa) .from the 21st (2,097,152 fect such changes comes from the lack of understand-
cps) to the 42nd (4,398,046,511,104 cps) octaves, ing concerning the real cause of the bonds' existence.
producing the creative force (Sono-thermity), Thus "art" and skill can easily supplant the "sledge
(from this idea we see that Keely interpreted the fre- hammer" approach to molecular and atomic disinte-
quency as a cause of these forces - the frequency is gration.
separate from the force - the frequency is not the It is an easy thing to say bonding is caused by
force of and by itself) whose transmissive force valence, short and long molecular forces because
(Sono-thenn) is propagated in solid, liquid, gase- there is no real understanding of what valence, short
ous, and ultra-gaseous (plasma-like materials) me- and long molecular forces are. This is like saying
dia, statically producing adhesions and molecular gravity causes things to fall to the earth - without giv-
unions (a result or effect of these frequencies brings ing a description of what gravity is. All things vibrate
about the aggregation of the associated particles), or - therefore we must look to the vibrations as the com-
disintegration, according to the Law of Harmonic mon denominator between all things.
Attraction and Repulsion." (This law implies that
like vibrations cause aggregation and unlike - discor-
dant - vibrations produce repulsion or disintegration).
There does not appear to be any conflicts be-

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Law of illating At
"All atoms when in a state of tension are capable of oscillating at a
pitch inversely as the cube of their atomic weights, and directly as
their tension from the 42 to 63 octaves per second, producing the
creative force (Thelmisim), whose transmissive force (Rad-energy)
propagated in solid, liquid, gaseous , produces the static
effects (Cohesion and Chemism) on other atoms of association, or
dissociation, according to the Law of Ha I monic Attraction Re-
pulsion.
Scholiull1: Dark radiant heat begins at absolute zero temperature,
and extends through light, chemical rays, actinic rays, infra-
violet rays, up to the dissociation of all molecules to the 63rd oc-
tave."
Keely, 1894

Commentary November, 1986 in harmony, the two substances will be repulsed (see
Law of Repulsion, issue #8). Thinking along these
The Law of Harmonic Attraction & Repulsion was lines one is enlightened as to what Keely means when
discussed in issue #8. Keely indicates that atoms os- he uses the term Chemism. Chemism is chemical ac-
cillate within and just around the visible light fre- tion. We know from even a simply study of chemical
quencies depending on the weight of the atoms. This actions that these actions are an association or disso-
is a simple statement and one that is easily verifiable ciation of atomic and subatomic particles and very lit-
by consulting any good reference work on atomic res- tle else. So the study of chemistry must be the study
onances. of harmony, i.e., the attraction and repulsion of parti-
The unique idea here is the separate distinction be- cles which are governed by the frequency of the asso-
tween creative force (Thermism) and the Transmis- ciated substances. Atomic substances that have a har-
sive force «Rad-energy). Therlllism as we have al- mony with each other will be attracted and fOim new
ready seen, is or can be associated with heat. We may substances whereas atomic substances having an in-
(with tongue-in-cheek) associate Keely's Theullism harmonic or non-hrumonious relationship will be mu-
with the modem term of "latent heat." The other tually repulsed and will not form a new and unique
force, Rad-energy, we may conceptualize as that substance. It follows that a complex chemical sub-
force or energy that radiates from given atom and stance can be broken down by increasing the inhar-
causes the effects an atom has on its neighbors. If the mony present in one or more of the substances there-

atom was very dense as in uranium or other radio- by causing them to mutually repulse one another.
active substances, then this effect is very noticeable. Take a stick of dynamite for an example: the chemi-
We call it radiation. The term radiation implies a cals are held in a stable (balanced, harmonious) state
force that radiates. Rad-energy is also a force that ra- until they are violently shaken (read vibrated) by an
diates. The term are more or less synonymous. When impulse from a detonator. This is the sole purpose of
considering heavy element radiation, the force is con- a detonator - to cause a sharp and violent high fre-
siderable and has a considerable effect on its neigh- quency impulse. This impulse modulates the relative
bors. When the radiating forces are weak as may be chemical (atomic) frequencies of the compound
from a light element, the effect may not be noticea- bringing about an inharmonious association - the ele-
ble, yet the effect is still there. Hence we cannot say ments become repulsive to each other and rapidly ex-
that gold, for instance, does not have a radiating force pand away. Ask any good chemist to describe a
or that hydrogen (the lightest of recognized elements) chemical association or dissociation and he will first
does not also have this quality. Keely tells us that look to the atomic weights of the substances to be as-
they all do according to their tension and atomic sociated.
weight. With these numbers in hand it should be easy Some interesting work done by John Dalton nearly
to determine any element's radiating force (rad- 100 years prior to John Keely's describe this exact
energy or radioactivity coefficient). idea of elementary atoms radiating "rays" of energy,
According to the Laws of Harmonic Attraction and the number of which contributed to the ability or ina-
Repulsion, if these radiating forces are in a harmonic bility of various elements to associate into new chem-
ratio with a neighboring substance, the two will join ical substances. We aren't dealing with anything new
and be held together by cohesion. In fact, according and bizarre here, only a clear and effectual of funda-
to Keely, it is this hrumonious relationship between mental principles.
resonant substances that is cohesion (see Law of At- The scholium given above is recognized by all
traction, issue #8). If the radiating frequencies are not physicists in that any element does have a "latent

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heat" factor (Thermism or thermal factor) from abso- Scholium: Dark radiant heat begins at ab-
lute zero. Cryogenologists recognize and deal with solute zero temperature, and extends through
this every day. light, chemical rays, actinic rays, and infra-violet
rays, up to the dissociation of all molecules to the
Commentary January, 1990 63rd octave.
It appears as though what Keely calls dark radi-
All atoms when in a state of tension are capa- ant heat is very close to what we call latent heat
ble of oscillating at a pitch inversely as the cube of which is present in all substances regardless of their
their atomic weights, if we take the first 8 elements temperature. This latent heat is functional in all equa-
according to their atomic weights we can calculate tions of chemical association and dissociation.
their pitch (relative frequency): What is most . evidently different about Keely's
appr.oa~h to chemIstry and the modern approach is
Element Atomic Weight Cube Atomic Weight hIS mSlstence on the vibratory aspects of the sub-
stances invo.lved .. His approach is more like a quan-
Hydrogen 1.00797 1.0241010689616 tum mecharucal vlewpomt than physical chemistry. It
Helium 4.0026 64.124881137576 seems that he elevated the science of chemistry to
Lithium 6.939 334.110914019 and beyond our current accepted system of material-
Beryllium 9.0122 731.96862049585 istic chemistry. By bringing an understanding of vi-
Boron 10.811 1263.565041731 bratory sciences to bear on this matter of the forma-
Carbon 12.01115 1732.8212769962 tion of molecules we can discern the music of the
Nitrogen 14.0067 2747.9414856808
~olecules - indeed the musicology of all material ex-
Oxygen 15.9994 4095.5392172798
Is~ence. S.mall wo~der then that his charts are replete
Assuming the tension is 1 then we might say WIth musIcal notatJOns. These notations show the rel-
that for every oscillation experienced by Hydrogen, ative discords and concords active in the associations
Oxygen oscillates 4095: 1 times. In other words, Oxy- and . dissociations of molecular structures the very
fab~lc an~ fibre which binds the Universe together.
gen is 'deader' than Hydrogen and does not respond
as. wel.l to a vibratory influence. To say the same Which bnngs me to one of my favorite subjects: in-
thing ~n another fashion - Hydrogen can oscillate tervals.
40~5 tImes greater than Oxygen - it is an extremely
The Bible, particularly Genesis, the first three
~ctzve. element. See SVP March, 1989 for a descrip-
chapters, is a description of the formation of the Uni-
tive difference between a vibration and an oscillation. verse. When studied with care and an eye for the sig-
nific~nt meanings behind the descriptions the days of
and directly as their tension from the 42
(4,398,046,511,104 cps) to 63 (9,223,372,036,854,- creatJOn are exact descriptions of manifested intervals
775,8~8 cps) octaves per second, producing the
of w~i~h there are six. In music development there
creative force (Thermism), whose transmissive are SIX mtervals (and seven notes) in an inclusive oc-
force (Rad-energy) propagated in solid, liquid, tave . The eighth note is really the first note of the
and gaseous rether, produces the static effects (Co- next octave. All counted there are three octaves de-
hesion and Chemism) on other atoms of associa- scribed in .Genesis. ~ere. w.e have Keely describing
tion, or dissociation, according to the Law of Har- the formatIOn and diSSOCIatIOn of matter and on the
monic Attraction and Repulsion. The above implies other hand we have Genesis describing the fonnation
that cohesion between atoms takes place between the of th~ material un~v~rse. They are both using musical
freq~encies mentioned. This band of vibrations spans
terrrunology descnbmg the same thing.
the mfra-red up to the gamma rays. Is it coincidence It has been pointed out in the literature that Kee-
l~ studied th~ ancient writings which led him through
that heat and laser energies can bring about dissocia-
tion? Excimer lasers are widely known for their abili- his work. This should not be a point of contention to
ty to diss?lve ~hemical ?onds and heat is used every- religionists or materialists. For here we can see a
day t~ dl~socIate cherrucal compounds. Infra-red is bridge - a divine bridge - spanning the two realms
the SCientific term used to describe heat fust discov- that have ever warred with each other. Music is that
ered and used by Herschel 200 years ago. Keely uses bridge so often referred to by Edgar Cayce: "For mu-
the term Thermism to describe the same thing or sic alone may span the space from the realms of the
range of frequencies. divine to the spheres of activity. " (3509-1)

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Law of Vibra Atomolic Substances

"Atoms are capable of vibrating within themselves at a pitch inversely as


the Dyne (the local coefficient of Gravity), as the atomic volume, di-
rectly as the atomic weight, producing the creative force (Electricity),
whose transmissive force is propagated through atomolic solids, liquids,
gases, producing induction and the static effect of magnetism upon
other atoms of attraction or repulsion, according to the Law of Hanllonic
Attraction and Repulsion.
Scholium: The phenomena of Dynamic Electricity through a metallic
conductor and of induction are identical. In a metallic conductor, the
is from atom to atom, through homologous interstices, filled
with ether, presenting small areas in close proximity. In crystalline struc-
tures, heat, which the atoms, by twisting them produces strilB, in-
creases the resistance, etc. Between parallel wires and through air the in-
duction takes place from large areas through a rarefied medium composed
of a mixture of substances, whose atoms are separated by waves of repul-
sion of various pitches, discordant to electric vibrations; the said atoms
sympathetically absorb the vibrations and dissipate from themselves, as
centers, concentric waves of electric energy which produces heat and gra-
vism."
Keely, 1894

COimnentary December, 1986 structure and creates these striae producing resis-
tance. I have come to more or less equate resistance
A Dyne as defined by McGraw-Hill Dictionary of with Keely's "interference to coincident action." As
Science and Technology is: [MECH] "The unit of he describes above, this electric flow is from atom ole
force in the centimeter-gram-second system of units, to atom ole when vibrating in unison or harmoniously.
equal to the force which imparts an acceleration of 1 In other words there is a "coincident" or harmonious
cm/sec 2 to a 1 gram mass. " Since Keely had a much action between them. Resistance of course would be
different idea of gravity than we do (if we do at all) as an interference to this activity.
he lumbers into this law without hesitation. However,
we must take our time with it (see article this issue STRIA: pl. STRIAE, [LATIN, a furrow, channel,
GRAVITY QUOTES). I believe from a more careful flute.] A slight furrow or ridge; a linear marking; a
reading of the body of this law what is really being narrow stripe or streak, as of color or texture, espe-
pointed out here is the relationship between electrici- cially one of a number in parallel arrangement.
ty and gravity. We all know that electricity is consid- STRIA: [BIOL] A minute line, band, groove, or
ered a flow of electrons (herein described not as an channel.
electron or electron-like particle flow but as a vibrat- STRIATION: [ELECTR] A succession of alternate-
ing force). The above law says this vibration takes ly luminous and dark regions sometimes observed in
place within the atom. Lattice vibration theories re- the positive column of a glow-discharge tube near the
garding charges that are transmitted in very small anode.
semiconductor (chip or crystalline) configurations. STRIATION TECHNIQUE: [ACOUSTICS] A
The charges or charged electrons seek out holes in technique for making sound waves visible by using
the material and are repulsed by non holes. Extrapo- their ability to refract light waves.
lating Keely, we would say that these non-holes are
another atom (electron, atomole) vibrating at a dis- Transmission of electricity through the air or gases
cordant rate when compared to the charged atom is from sympathetically vibrating atom to atom. The
(electron, atomole) and repulse that atom and its gas particles are vibrating in discord thus repulsing
charge. The holes are atoms (electrons, atomoles) that each other, yet their atomic structures (atomoles) can
vibrate in unison or harmonically with the charged at- and do vibrate sympathetically with the electricity
oms (atomoles or electron) (see Law of Harmonic At- current. Would we say that atmospheric transmission
traction and Repulsion issue #8). is then due to sympathetic vibrations and not by a
Heat buildup according to Keely twists the atomic wave of some sort? The electromagnetic wave may


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then be considered as an accumulation of the individ- "Atomoles are elementary units of matter unifOim
ually vibrating atomic structures. The atoms first ab- in size and weight, and exist in solid, liquid, gaseous,
sorb the vibrations and then dissipate this electronic and isolated forIllS."
flow in concentric waves which is another way of "Atomolini are ultimate units of atomoles, and
stating an interpretation of the quantization of elec- when in a liquid state are the media for the transmis-
tron activity as viewed by and with planck's quantum sion of gravism. The illimitable divisibility and ag-
theories. It further appears that it is this absorption gregation of matter is a logical sequence."
and dissipation frequency, when in unison with "Atoms are multiple combinations of atomoles,
neighboring atoms, that constitutes the propagating and they also exist in solid, liquid, gaseous, and iso-
wave. In other words, the time taken for an atom to lated forms."
absorb and then dissipate this energy establishes the "Electricity is the oscillation of the atomoles of an
velocity of wave propagation. If the medium of prop- atom."
agation is molecular or atomic the speed of assimila- "Gravism is the transmissive form (of energy)
tion and emission is slower (as in sound waves) and through a medium of atomoles in the fourth state, or a
when the medium of propagation is of a finer sub- medium composed of atomolini."
stance such as interatomic particles (electrons, ato- "Gravity is the mutual attraction of atomoles."
moles) the speed of assimilation and emission is quite
faster. This gives us an idea of why Keely claimed Keely describes electricity as "the oscillation of the
sound travels 20,000 fps in a vacuum. (A vacuum be- atomoles of an atom" and the gravity as the attraction
ing the lack of molecules and atoms only, it is still re- between atomoles of the atom. I would think that he
plete of subatomic particles all of which can and do means these "atomoles" have a very high rate of vi-
vibrate to different frequencies. Proof of this asser- bration and it is this vibration, transmitted by sympa-
tion can be seen every time we send a space probe thetic vibrations to neighboring atomoles, what he
out into the vacuum of interplanetary space and com- considered electricity to be and not an actual flow of
munications with it are maintained through electro- electrons from atom to atom or molecule to molecule .

magnetic waves.) This of course is different from excepted theory then
all that modern science has is a theory. One could ask
NOTE: According to the McGraw-Hill Encyclope- Joseph Newman what he thinks of the modern elec-
dia of Science and Technology, the electron was tron theory.
"Discovered in 1895 (one year after Keely's laws
were first published) by 1.1. Thomson in the form of Perhaps we should review what Keely described as
cathode rays, the electron was the first elementary being electricity, the following quotes are from
particle to be identified." The article goes on with Bloomfield-Moore's book, Keely's Discoveries and
"Electrons contribute the bulk to ordinary matter, the elsewhere.
volume of an atom is nearly all occupied by the cloud
of electrons surrounding the nucleus, which occupies "There are three kinds of electricity, the harmonic
only 1O-l3 of the atom's volume. The chemical prop- and enharmonic, which, with their leader, the domi-
erties of ordinary matter are determined by the elec- nant, forlll the first triple. Their sympathetic associa-
tron cloud." And "the electrons have magnetic prop- tions evolve the energy of matter. The dominant is
erties" and "spin (vibration) is one of the permanent electricity luminous, or propulsive positive. The har-
and basic properties of an electron." Since the elec- monic, or the magnetic, which is the attractive, with
tron wasn't "discovered" and named until after Kee- its wonderful sympathetic outreach, is the negative
ly's discovery, he had to call it something and he ap- current of the triune stream. The enharmonic, or high
parently choose to use the word atomole. The neutral, acts as the assimilative towards the reinstate-
derivation of the word appears to come from a combi- ment of sympathetic disturbance. In electric lighting,
nation of atom and mole. The term mole comes from the velocity of the dynamos accumulates only the
the Latin moles meaning; mass, massive structure, harmonic current - by atomic and inter-atomic con-
mole. So we might, with tongue in cheek, say that an flict - transferring one two hundred thousandth of the
atom ole is an atomic mass of a mass within or of the light that the dominant current would give, if it were
atom. In today's physics, we make a distinction be- possible to construct a device whereby it could be
tween electrons, protons and neutrons which go to concentrated and dispersed. But this supreme portion
make up the substance and mass of an atom. Keely can never be handled by any fmite mode. Each of
made a similar distinction when he described the these currents has its triple flow, representing the true
three revolving bodies making up the atom as posi- lines of the sympathetic forces that are constantly as-
tive, negative and neutral atomoles. Let us review similating with the polar terrestrial envelope. The ro-
some of Keely'S descriptions of the atomole: tation of the earth is one of the exciters that disturbs
the equilibrium of these sensitive streams. The alter-
LAW OF MATTER AND FORCE: "Coexten- nate light and darkness induced by this motion helps
sive and coeternal with space and duration, there ex- to keep up the activity of these streams, and the con-
ists an infinite and unchangeable quantity of ato- sequent assimilation and dissimilation. The light zone
moles, the base of all matter; these are in a state of being ever followed by the dark zone, holds the sym-
constant vibratory motion infinite in extent, un- pathetic polar wave constant in its fluctua-
changeable in quantity, the initial of all forms of en- tions." Keely
ergy. "

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"Electricity is but a certain condensed form of assimilated to the harmonic undulatory, by thirds,
atomic vibration, a fOIm showing only the introducto- they will be able to run their dynamos without any
ry features which precede the etheric vibratory condi- extraneous appliances. An introductory impulse, on a
tion. It is a modulated force so conditioned, in its certain order of vibration, being all that would be re-
more modest flows, as to be susceptible of benefit to quired to give the sub-dominant a concordant relation
all organisms. Though destructive to a great degree in to the dominant; which would more effectually oper-
its explosive positions, it is the medium by which the ate the dynamo than any number of steam-engines;
whole system of organic nature is permeated benefi- allowing the harIllonic stream to be the governor.
cially; transfusing certain forms of inert matter with This concordance, as towards the dominant, would
life giving principles. It is to a certain degree an efflu- only excite its sympathetic action in a way that would
ence of divinity; but only as the branch is to a tree. divert the ruling conditions of the two, without being
We have to go far beyond this condition to reach the subT'litted to the destructive effects of the dominant
pure etheric one, or the body of tree. The Vibratory current. I think many lives will be lost before such a
Etheric tree has many branches, and electricity is but position is attained. Tesla has reached out almost to
one of them. Though it is a medium by which the op- the crest of the harmonic wave, leaving all electrical
erations of vital forces are perfOImed, it cannot in my explorers far behind him. It is only when such a con-
opinion be considered the soul of matter." Keely dition is reached that the true value of electrical light-
ing will be understood, and extraneous power dis-
"Keely has discovered and was the first to demon- pensed with; but, in my opinion, the present
strate that electricity has never been handled; that it is conditions for transferring power will remain unal-
in principle as material as is water; that it is not mere- tered, in the use of electricity, for generations.
ly a force or a form of energy,- that it is matter; and "There is but one position to arrive at, that will re-
that what we call electricity, and have diverted "for deem the many failures of the past decade, in at-
commercial use in electric lighting, is but one of the tempts to find an economizing medium for commer-
triune currents, harmonic, enharmonic, and diaphon- cial benefit in regard to power; and that position will
ic, which are united in pure electricity; that the enhar- be attained when the polar sympathetic harness is
monic current seems to be sympathetically and mys- completed, which will give to the world the control
teriously associated with the dominant current; and of the polar forces."
that the dominant current can no more be brought un- "In reply to the question, "What do you include in
der control than can the lightning itself. The diversion the polar forces?" Keely, answers, "Magnetism, elec-
of the dominant current would mean destruction to tricity, and gravital sympathy; each stream composed
any mechanical medium used for that purpose, and of three currents, or triune streams, which make up
death to the operator. The intense heat evolved by the the governing conditions of the controlling medium
electric stream Keely attributes to the velocity of the of the universe; the infinite ninths that I am now en-
triple subdivision at the point of dispersion, as each deavoring to graduate to a sympathetic mechanical
triple seeks its medium of affinity. Sudden unition in- combination, will, if I succeed, close my researches
duces the same effect, but demonstration shows that in sympathetic physics, and complete my system.
the concentration of this triple force is as free of per- These sympathetic streams from celestial space, per-
cussion as is the breath of an infant against the atmos- cussing on the dense atmospheric environment of our
phere; for the three currents flow together as in one earth, by their infinite velocities, wrest from their
stream, in the mildest sympathetic way, while their atomic confinement the latent energies which we call
discharge after concentration is, in comparison to heat and light."
their accumulation, as the tornado's force to the waft "Question: And where do these sympathetic con-
of the butterfly'S wing. The enharlllonic current of ditions or streams of force have their origin?
this triple stream, Keely thinks, carries with it the
power of propulsion that induces disturbance of nega- "Answer: "'So God created man in His own image,
tive equilibrium; which disturbance is essential to the in the image of God created He him; male and female
coordination of its flow, in completing the triune created He them,' Genesis I : 27." All sympathet-
stream of electricity. When this fluid is discharged ic conditions, or streams of force, are derived (if we
from the clouds, each triplet or third seeks its terres- dare to make use of such a term in speaking of Deity)
trial concordant, there to remain until that supreme from the cerebral convolutions of the Infinite; from
law which governs disturbance of equilibrium again the center of the vast realm of the compound lumi-
induces sympathetic concordant concentration, con- nous. From the celestial intermediate, the brain of
tinuing to pass through its evolutions, positively and Deity, proceed the sympathetic flows that vitalize the
negatively, until the solar forces are expend- polar terrestrial forces." Keely
ed." Bloomfield-Moore "Electricity is the result of three differential sympa-
thetic flows, combining the celestial and terrestrial
"The flow of electricity, as set down in Keely's sys- •
flows by an order of assimilation negatively attractive
tem, is governed by triple conditions; 1st. the domi- in its character. It is one of Nature's efforts to restore
nant or high vibratory; 2nd. the sub-dominant or low attractive differentiations." Keely
vibratory; 3rd. the harmonic or undulatory; In combi-
nation one flow. Keely writes: "When electrical ex- GRAVITY QUOTES ••.
perts can construct a mechanical device whereby the
low vibratory conditions of the sub-dominant can be Below are some quotes from the Glossary of Sympa-

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thetic Vibratory Physics. They are included here as a "As is seen here in this application of this same
reference for understanding the law as given above. here to the motor: As the race through which the ele-
ment of the gravitating force brings one into the con-
GRAVISM: "Gravism is the transmissive form tracting, throwing off of one portion, rotates the other
(of energy) through a medium of atomoles in the in that it pulls while the other pushes, keeping that
fourth state, or a medium composed of atomoli- continued motion as would prevent the throwing off
ni." Keely or the drawing to of the active principle in the rotary
forces." (1955-57)
GRAVITATION: What is gravitation? "The
centralization of vibratory forces, ready to be GRAVITY: [MUSIC] The downward effect, to the
changed in power by non-activity." (195-54) ear, of a sound in a key.

GRAVITATION, CHEMICAL: "The problem GRAVITY: "Gravity is the mutual attraction of at-
then, is whether he should make a casting for the tank omoles." Keely
and bearing stand, as a unit, and use the old revolving
drum, or whether it would be better to discard this GRAVITY: "Gravity is an eternal existing condi-
machine, as built, in its entirely, and build another tion in etheric space, from which all visible fOlms are
motor, using direct gravitation forces instead of using condensed. Consequently, it is inherent in all forms
those of chemical gravitation." (195-60) of matter, visible and invisible. It is not subject to
time or space. It is an established connective link be-
GRAVITATION DIFFERENTIATION: "In tween all fOIIlIS of matter from their birth, or aggrega-
each atomic force has its energy, as is seen in that of tion. Time is annihilated by it, as it has already tra-
the variation of the force as would be by the fall of an versed space when the neutral centers of molecules
apple or that of an orange from the same distance. Or, were established."
to put it in a different degree, would be as it seen in
the ability of force to cast off a metal - or to cast off a GRAVITY: "Gra~ity is transmissive inter-etheric
wooden ball. Each weighing the same, the metal can force under immense etheric vibration." Keely
be cast off farther on account of the variation in
atomic energy (See MASS ), as is exercised through GRAVITY: "Gravity acting through space on
that of the force itself, and the variations in these are everything has no action on space itself." (195-57)
as the variations as are shown in the activity of the
force as seen in gravitating towards that thrown off or GRAVITY: "The Amount of Aggregation reached
that drawn to by the activity of the energy itself; for, by any system of bodies at any point in time depends
as is and as has been given, the atomic force - with upon the relative proportions of its Forces and its En-
which gravitation in space, as is seen, as related to ergies at that moment."
the earth's atomic position (See FORCE-ATOMIC)
- is with that ability of the rotating energy to produce GRAVITY: "Gravity may be considered a negative
to other conditions and other elements, of which it is force, for it tends to balance the positive forces. Grav-
a part in its relative position. Hence we find that the itational forces are vibratory forces and might be de-
earth's forces are as in the same relation to those ele- fined as the centralization of vibratory forces ready to
ments as is a portion of that center about which it ro- change into power by non-activity." (195-70)
tates.
"Then, in the varying elements as are kept in their GRAVITY: "Gravity is nothing more than an attrac-
activity, in keeping these in that same rotary motion, tive, sympathetic stream, flowing towards the neutral
are those as produce the varying conditions through center of the earth, emanating from molecular centers
which the varying changes come to the various por- of neutrality; concordant with the earth's center of
tions of the surface. (See FORCE-RADIAL) Hence, neutrality, and seeking its medium of affinity with a
as gravitation is produced, so does the element - or power corresponding to the character of the molecu-
the air - as brings gravitation - in its elemental activi- lar mass. Gravity, he defines as transmittive inter-
ty - bring about or create about, that from which the etheric force under immense etheric vibration. He
radiation is thrown off, or we have air about the continues: - The action of the mind itself is a vibrato-
earth. As we have in other elements - created then in ry etheric evolution, controlling the physical, its neg-
its own activity, and the variation in the gravitation, ative power being depreciatory in its effects, and its
as is seen from the surface of those elements or those positive influence elevating."
planets, are as the variation - or that attractiveness
from which the radiation comes to produce its gravi- GRAVITY: "The force of gravity may be consid-
tation; that is, as would be seen - one that would be ered to have elements in octave of density, and these
able to leap in the air in the earth's gravitational force in relativity to same of forces - Now let this apply to
would be able say six feet - would be able in another what is commonly considered as octave (meaning vi-
sphere to leap only, one two, three - while in others bration thrown off as sound), but as an octave or a vi-
would be that of four, ten, twenty-four, thirty. This is bration as would be set in motion by this vary activity
a variation in the attractiveness, or attractability, of of the gravitation in its activity - as pushes up as well
that from which the radiation comes - as to that as pushes down. Not until you have overcome gravi-
which produces its force. tation. Now you are beginning to understand the law

135
of gravitation. So as the raising power, there must be 8) Ramsay, Dougald Carmichel, The Scientific Basis and
the opposite power, (See 18) understand. these, ~en Build of Music, Delta Spectrum Research P. O . Box 316,
we begin to see how the vibratory forces IS the acuve Valentine, Nebraska 69201 (402) 376-1523 .
principle all radiates from. 18) Allen Grant Force & Ener&y the Theory of Dynamics,
Delta Sp~ctrum 'Research P. O. Box 316, Valentine, Ne-
What is gravitation? The centralization of vibrato- braska 69201 (402) 376-1523.
ry force, ready to be changed in power by non-
activity, see?" (195-54) POLARITY OF SCIENCE
GRAVITY: "Any visible molecular mass of me~ Fundamentally there exist two basic type~ of s.cien-
can be so impregnated by triple orders of ~ympathe!-Ic tific activity. The educational areas or static sCience
vibration as to give it the same sympatheuc tranS~IS­ and the exploratory areas or dynamic science. These
sive qualities that exist in the mental forces, :vhlch two areas represent the male and female of this u."i-
make such mass subservient to either the attracuve or versal principle as it ~a~i.fests thr~ughout the Wide
repulsive conditions of terrestrial sympathy. ranges of scientific acuvlues. The mnate natures of
"Gravity is nothing more than a concordant attrac- these two are diametrically opposed to one another,
tive sympathetic stream flowing the neu.tr~ center. of yet neither could exist withou~ ~e other. Just so in
the earth. This force is inherent in all vIsible and m- any field, area or realm of actlVlt~ . There. must be a
visible aggregation fOIllIS of matter, from the very matching yet opposite counterpart m polanty for any-
birth of a planet, around whose center .the !ll0lec~es thing to have an existence. . .
cluster by the sympathetic affmity which ~s ~us m- The first polarity, that of educauonal sClenc~,
duced. If these conditions had always mamtamed a strives to propound the fruits of the exploratory SCI-
neutral position in etheric space, no planet would ence. It will, with alacrity, use its best efforts to show
ever have been evolved. These conditions have been how this or that scientific fact is valid and worthy of
fixed by the Infinite. These rotating neutral c~nters, teaching and especially of learning by its students. It
set in celestial space, have been endowed With the will defend to the last any knowledge it proposes be-
power of rotation to become their own ac~umulators. cause this knowledge is its raison de vie . .Wi~out
It is through the action of these sympathetic forces of which educational science would have no Jusufica-
the Infinite etheric realm that planets are born, and tion for existence. Because of this, it will defend to
their volume of matter augmented. the last man any thing it perceives as an encroach-
"If we pick up an object we feel a resisting power ment on the "facts" that it strives so well to impart to
in it which physicists call gravity; but they do.not ex- others.
plain what gravity is. It is simply a sympatheuc fl?w, On the other hand, it is the prime goal and ideal of
proceeding from the molecular centers of neutrality; exploratory science to debunk existing paradigms as
which flow is concordant with the earth's neutral cen- taught and held so dear by the .educators. They .m~st
ter of same, seeking this medium of its ~mity with a .question every thought, every Idea,. every !act m Its
power corresponding to the character of Its molecular efforts to arrive at new and novel discovenes. These
mass. There is no actual weight in the molecules of too, will fight to the last man to defend this rig~t to
the mass of which the earth is composed. If the sym- question and to propose new research. The .very I~ea
pathetic negative polar stream that flow towards the of a fixed opinion in the face of new discovenes
neutral center of the earth were cut off from it, the smacks of narrow-mindedness and demonstrates to
earth's molecular mass would become independent, them an unwillingness on the part of the educators t?
and would float away into space as would a soap bub- accept their new discoveries. Which to them, are therr
ble filled with warm air. reason for existence.
"The gravital flow comes, in this system, under the Problems arise in the scientific society when one
order of the sympathetic concordant of the 9ths, and of the two polarities cease working together and one
belongs to that third of the triune combinations called of them gets the upper hand of authority an~ tries to
polar propulsive. .
defend their position with too much en~ustas!ll. ~d
"Magnetism is polar attraction. the result is the oppression of the other s actIvIUes.
"Gravity is polar propulsion. An example of this is when Galileo (a dynamic ex-
"Both magnetism and gravity can be accelerated by plorer) found some new facts that the edu~ators (~e
the proper medium of sympathetic vibratory influenc- Church, static) perceived as a threat to the~ supenor
es." Keely position, that of educator. The Church bemg ~ested
of an inordinate balance of power succeeded m su-
SOURCES: pressing Gailing) the dynamism of the exploratory
1) Bloomfield-Moore, Clara Jessup, Keely and His Pisc.ov- sciences. This reoccurring behavior became over a
eries. Delta Spectrum Research P. O. Box 316, Valentrne, period of years the Dark Ages. Other e~amples of
Nebraska 69201 (402) 376-1523. this same imbalance of power can be seen m the rela-
tionship of Tesla, Keely, Moray, Reich and many oth-
2) Edgar Cayce Readings, Edgar Cayce Foundation, ers. In these cases the vested authority was in capital-
A.R.E., Inc. 57 & Atlantic Blvd., Virginia Beach, Virginia ism or rigid scientific circles suppo~ted and defended
23451 by capitalism being no less dogmauc th~ the afore-
mentioned religious organization (each bemg the pre-
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When the opposite takes place, when the explorers ries. Wherein exploratory research is conducted for
gain the upper hand of authority quite a different re- the purpose of gaining new knowledge that is nearly
sult comes about. When Columbus, a scientific ex- always immediately included in the curriculum of
plorer, secured the backing of regal power a whole studies gaining more knowledge for the purpose of
new world was literally opened up. When Edison, an- gaining still more knowledge. The opposite but iden-
other explorer, gained the backing of capital, the tical process takes place in corporate research labora-
world became a new place in which to live. When tories. Research is done there for the purpose of ac-
capital backed Tesla's AC ideas the world became il- quiring new products or services that are immediately
lumined. added to the corporate ideal of acquiring more capital
Authority is vested with the capitalist today. An- for more research to make more products. Both pola-
other type of authority is that of public opinion. Pub- rities in the equilibrium of scientific forces are work-
lishers have been wielding this power for quite some- ing to expand their influence and natural talents, one
time. When the press backed de Broglie, Bohr and to educate, the other to explore. They are both educat-
Einstein, the known realms of scientific knowledge ing themselves and exploring at the same time. They
literally took a quantum leap forward. When these are only different in their ideals, manners of attaining
public opinion authorities withheld their patroniza- them and the purpose for attaining those ideals.
tion as in the case of Tesla, Keely, Moray, etc. what As the balance are maintained the result is not a
could have happened didn't. quantum leap per se but a steady upward spiralling of
This curious balance of authority and dynamism is gain, both in education and exploration. The quantum
synonymous with Bloomfield-Moore's description of leap only comes when one of the forces as been "sup-
the force Keely called negative attraction. The with- pressed" or otherwise held at bay. It appears that the
holding of authority is the same in its activity as the future portends a more balanced cooperation between
negative attractive force. Those in control of authori- these forces simply because people have seen the ad-
ty seemed to have desired (consciously or uncon- vantages to their self purposes by doing so. The New
sciously) that the known realms of science and Age promises to be an era of cooperation whereas the
knowledge will be allowed to expand "this far and past has been marked by contention and aggravated
only this far," there to remain for a time until another antagonism, first by one side, then the other.
quantum leap is allowed to take place. That is when
the dynamic force of free discovery again reasserts it- COimnentary February, 1990
self by again securing the blessing of authority. This
is what took place in the USA during the beginnings Atoms are capable of vibrating within themselves
of the Great Space Race which culminated with men at a pitch inversely as the Dyne [the higher the co-
actually reaching the Moon. Authority turned off all efficient of local Gravity the lower the atomic fre-
controls and unbridled the exploratory forces that quency] (the local coefficient of Gravity), and as
they may be unhindered in their expansion. The result the atomic volume [as the atoms' volume goes up so
is there for all to see. too does the frequency - the greater the volume the
However, speaking of authority, it has been known greater the frequency], directly as the atomic weight
and taught for many centuries that the ultimate au- [as the atoms' weight goes up so too does the frequen-
thority lies with the people. You, I and our neighbors. cy; does this mean the atomic weight as used as a
It is this popular authority that holds supreme com- measure imply higher frequency?], producing the
mand over all man-created authorities. When Apple creative force (Electricity), whose transmissive
Computers unleashed the Macintosh computer into force is propagated through atomolic (subatomic -
the free market place, the general field of computers atomoles are of the same range of "particle" as are
was forever changed. The advent of the personal electrons and protons) solids, liquids, and gases,
computer represents a true quantum leap in social and producing induction and the static effect of mag-
scientific activity. The semi-controlled field of netism [magnetism is herein described as static be-
knowledge and its assimilation burst open with such cause it possesses both positive and negative polari-
force and speed that few realize the ramifications of it ties at the same time thus can be neither positive nor
yet. The common man in the street can now do what negative alone as electricity is] upon other atoms of
was reserved for those in authority. He can now have attraction or repulsion, according to the Law of
easy access to vast stores of knowledge previously Harmonic Attraction and Repulsion.
unattainable and with it, as a base, and his unfettered Scholium: The phenomena of Dynamic Electricity
creativity, literally create a whole new age for us all through a metallic conductor and of induction are
to live in and enjoy. identical. In a metallic conductor, the transmis-
The sword of authority is being passed to the man sion is from atom to atom, through homologous in-
in the street. We hope he uses it wisely. terstices, f'illed with rether, presenting small areas
When the two opposing forces meet in a coopera- in close proximity. [Keely indicated metals are nega-
tive fashion for their mutual benefit all sorts of things tive attractive - attractive to each other - thus forming
begin to happen. When the exploratory forces repre- together into close proximity possessing a more or
sented by Cortez met with the educational authorities less uniform lattice structure. Because of this unifor-
of the church whole nations died while others were mity the electric current can and does travel much
given birth. This symbiosis takes place today in two easier than through a non-uniform gas such as the at-
very distinct realms. On the educators side we have mosphere.] In structures [structures pos-
an excellent example set by the university laborato- sessing a lattice or vector polarization between com-

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posite particles] , heat, which expands the atollL'>, pathetic association great resistance will be encoun-
by twisting them [bending or distorting the lines of tered and the "current" or sympathetic flow will be
vector polarization increases "resistance"] produces hindered. On the other hand if sympathy between par-
striare, increases the resistance, etc. [This maybe an ticles (centers of vibration) is increased the transmis-
explanation of why certain ceramic materials are effi- sive fOlm of electricity will easily propagate (be com-
cient in superconductivity work - their crystalline municated) throughout the medium. Sympathetic
structures resists twisting.] Between parallel wires transmission is increased in homogeneous lattice
and through air the induction takes place from structures with relative ease - while a non-
large areas through a rarefied medium composed homogeneous structure inhibits association lessening
of a mixture of substances [this "rarefied medium" sympathetic communication or transmission.
may be the atmosphere or other medium of transmis- An example of this law can be seen in electrolysis.
sion], whose atoms are separated by waves of re- As a DC current is applied to the water the atoms be-
pulsion of various pitches. [gases are gases because gin to twist, heat builds up, resistance increases and
their atoms mutually repulse each other to some de- more "current" is required to accomplish the same ef-
gree which surpasses their cohesiveness, this repul- fect that a smaller current accomplished before the
sion is a result of discordance between atomic centers lattice structure began to distort. In superconductivity
manifesting in concentric waves], discordant to elec- experiments the structure is frozen thus preventing
tric vibrations; the said atoms sympathetically ab- the twisting action between atoms thus maintaining a
sorb the vibrations and dissipate from themselves, path free of interference - the current flows with little
as centers, concentric waves of electric energy or no resistance.
which produces heat and gravism. [Here is the first This flow is between particles. First one vibrates,
reference I've noticed that electricity produces gra- causing a sympathetic response in its neighbors, thus
vism or that which is the cause of gravity.] A correla- fOlming a continuous chain of sympathetic response
tion between heat and gravity has been explored here- from atom to atom. The atoms, while sympathetically
in in earlier issues. What is it about heat that causes linked in motion, will continue to vibrate until a dif-
gases to rise? Is it really a virtue of expanded volume ference in lattice structure is encountered, either in
relative to specific gravity of the atmosphere or is it time (distortion or breakdown) or in space (change of
something else? substance). Thus minute cracks in a wire will cause
Notice in the first part of this law: it is the vibra- an intenuption of flow of the sympathetic current or
tions of the atoms that creates electricity, magnetism when it reaches the boundary of the vibrating medi-
and gravity. If this is so and logic indicates that it um and encounters another substance of different
does then these three forces are a natural part of every structure which mayor may not respond sympatheti-
atom - a truth science has known for decades yet has cally with that of the first transmitting medium.
failed to grasp its significance except in nuclear deto- The above law is somewhat unlike current electron
nations. theory. This law does not state anything resembling
Given this idea how, is electricity "generated" in a the "jump of electrons" from atom to atom although
generator? Why isn't spontaneous electricity more ev- this may be implied. A careful study of the electron
ident? Does this explain the Tucker Energy Accumu- theory will reveal that it is only a theory subject to
lator? The Tesla Coils' zap? Lightning? much debate especially when considered from a
Electricity is produced and then it is "transmitted" quantum mechanical viewpoint such as the one con-
or communicated from atom to atom. The degree of tinually expressed in this column. Much work and
conductivity or induction is dependent on the degree thought needs to be applied to these matters before
of sympathetic resonance of each atom in the electri- we can say which ideas are good and which need be
fied medium. If there is only a small degree of sym- forgotten. Time and patience are our best allies.

Over Unity is Recognized in Conventional Science


SOUND WAVES: "The mean force acting on a rigid sphere placed in a progressive spherical sound field has been obtained
by integration of the individual contributions from the velocity potential and particle velocity acting on each element of the
sphere's surface. Motion of the sphere under the action of the first order pressure variations in the sound field has been taken
into account. The radiation force has been expressed as an infinite series of inverse powers of the source distance, each tellli
of which is multiplied by an infinite power series in terms of sphere radius. At very large distances from the source the radi-
ation force obeys an inverse square law of repulsion. As the source of the field is approached, the repulsion decreases to
zero and then becomes aforce of attraction. The extent of the region of attraction is deterUlined both by the frequency of the
sound field and by the size of the detecting sphere; lower frequencies and smaller spheres both extend the region. Even
when allowance is made for an inverse square law, the attractions may he many times greater than the repulsions in the
same sound field."
(1) Embleton, T. F. W .. Mean Force on a Sphere in a Spherical Sound Field I & II; The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 26, Number 1;
January, 1954, page 40-50.

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Law of Atomole

"Atomoles oscillating at a 11nifOIIl1 pitch (detelll1ined by their


11nifOI an size and weight) produce the creative force Atomolity,
whose transmissive fOlm, Gravism, is propagated through more rare-
fied media, producing the static effect upon all other atomoles, de-
nominated Gravity." •


Keely. 1894

COImnentary January 1987 Commentary March, 1990


A great portion of the literature extant today tries Levitation anyone? This law may help us to under-
to equate gravity as a force, something to be aligned stand the cause and eventual control of gravity.
with electricity, magnetism and molecular forces
forming the four basic forces of the universe. We Before we can grasp these insightful concepts we
have seen some laws as given by John Keely where must understand the terminology used. What is an
these forces are indeed related as Creative, Transmis- "Atomole?" Keely defined this term as: ''Atomoles
sive and Receptive. However, he equates Electricity are elementary units of matter uniform in size and
as a Creative force, Magnetism "the mutual attraction weight, and exist in solid, liquid, gaseous, and isolat-
of juxtaposed bodies vibrating at unison or haullonic ed forms. " The word atomole is derived from the Lat-
electric pitches," and Gravity as "the mutual attrac- in and Greek meaning "unit of energy." This atomole
tion of atomoles." Electricity and Atomolity are Crea- resembles our quarks in that there are three quarks
tive forces whereas Magnetism and Gravity are Static contained within an electron and we may suppose
forces. Furthermore, he makes a distinction that elec- also in the proton and maybe even the neutron. How-
tricity and magnetism originates from vibrating at- ever the distinctions made in this law refer primarily
oDlS while gravity arises from vibrating atomoles. We to the three modes of energy: Creative. Transmissive
can then say that electricity is the active half of the and Receptive or Static. This concept of three modes
electromagnetic duality while magnetism is the non- of propagation or types of energy is the greatest dif-
active or static half. Atomolity is the active force of ference between Keely's view of atomic physics and
the Gravitis dual and Gravity is the non-active or stat- that of modem science. Modem science does not yet
ic half. We will quote from Keely himself again on recognize these three forms as three distinct parts of
electricity and gravity. a whole. However, exploring Ohm's Law brings one
face to face with this reality of three-ness. V = IxR. V
What is Gravity? is the resultant of a force after it bas passed through a
media having resistance. I is the originating current
"Gravity is an eternal existing condition in etheric flow (Creative); R is the resistance tbis force encoun-
space, from which all visible forms are condensed. It ters as it passes through the "conductor"; and V is the
is inherent in all forms of matter, visible and invisi- quantity remaining of the original force. Herein we
ble. It is not subject to time or space. It is an estab- •
have a confinuation of the ancient and fabulous Law
lished connective link between all for ms of matter of Three. This law was much spoken of by the famed
from their aggregation. Time is annihilated by it, as it English physicist John Dalton around 1600.
has already traversed space when the neutral centers
of the molecules were established. It is nothing more These three aspects of a given "force" can be ar-
than an attractive, sympathetic stream, flowing to- ranged together to better show tbeir relationships:
wards the neutral center of the earth, emanating from
molecular centers of neutrality, concordant with the Creative I Atomolity Sound
earth's center of neutrality and seeking its medium of Transmissive R Gravism Sonism
affinity with a power corresponding to the character Receptive V Gravity Sonity
of the molecular mass."
Of course, this is an over simplification. Each of
these three "states" of the force are much more COID-

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plex than at fIrst appears. But the simple can and does ture, if allowed to behave in accord with their natural
lead to the more complex. A complex description of tendencies to do so.
the force can be made at each and every "state." This
would entail a great deal of research and meticulous Further thought shows us that this' transmissive
notation. Also there needs to be a rewrite of the basic gravism travels through vacuous space (from a more
premises from which Ohm fOIIlled his law. dense body such as the Sun) and acts on any atomic
structure possessing these atomoles. It also travels
Atomoles [quantized units of energy] oscillating through the interstices of molecules (a less dense me-
[oscillation is a rhythmically recurring translatory dia) to effect atomic structures beyond them. Thus
motion] at a uniform pitch [pitch is the relative fre- Gravity cannot be shielded or detoured around any
quency of vibration] (determined by their uniform known substance because all known substances con-
size and weight) produce the creative force Ato- tain atomoles. Keely also maintained that the dyna-
molity, [Atomolity is the activative or Creative force] spheres of an atom are composed of atomoles or an
whose trans-missive form, Gravism, [Gravism is the atomolic substance - this would further facilitate the
radiative or radiating energy] is propagated through transmissive gravism to travel through these interstic-
more rarefied media, [this transmissive energy es between the molecules.
propagates through a less dense media such as elec-
tricity traveling through the vacuum of space] pro- Atomolity may be likened unto sound (in func-
ducing the static effect upon all other atomoles, tion). The diffIculty is we have no word (commonly
denominated Gra-vity. [Static refers to the receptive accepted) for the fOIm of sound that travels or the
or female aspect of this same energy]. fOIm that is passive. Sound may be the creative form
of a force which creates alternating zones of conden-
This law describes the origin, function and modus sation and rarefaction. Sound may also be considered
operandi of gravity. It (gravity) is, as some profess, a as a current or flow of phonons. The same holds true
vibratory (sound) phenomenon. It is also a push and a for atomolity whose active particles may be ato-
pull motion. But there is something different here and moles. Gravism is its fOlm that travels or is transmit-
that is this idea of the transmissive gravism passing ted and gravity is the passive fOIm or the result of its
into more rarefIed media. This is not so commonly having traveled and its (atomolitic) effect. In tbe case
noticed because we tend to think of electricity (for of sound, Keely defIned the traveling or transmissive
example) as traveling through more dense media such form as sonism and its passive fOlm as sonity.
as the atmosphere or along (within) solid metallic
conductors. Modem physics does not yet recognize any but tbe
originating f011n of an energy. Keely recognized
A really good example of this is a tuning fork?! It three distinct and discrete f01111S of force acting as
is used to vibrate (Creative atomolity) thus in tum one force. Ohm's Law can be used as a guide in de-
causing the air to vibrate (transmissive gravism) ren- veloping an intricate equation which defInes these
dering an effect on the air molecules (a less rarefied three forms of this one force from its creation, during
media) the result is an alternating condensation (a its transmission and its resultant state or condition.
pulling together of the molecules or static gravity)
and rarefaction (a mutual repelling of the air mole- Another comparative force can be examined that
cules). also reveals this triune condition - that of light. It
originates (as far as we are concerned herein) in the
The "how does this bappen" needs to be explored Sun, travels througb space and impinges on atmos-
before this law can successfully be used. How can a pheric molecules and atoms. We are uncertain how
more dense vibrating substance effect a less dense this light force is created; we are uncertain bow it is
substance? The answer lies in atomic dissociation transmitted (wave or particle?) but we are familiar
(destruction). This was a common subject of discus- with its resultants - heat and colors, eacb possessing
sion in the late 1800s. It was found that sound is actu- vast varieties of modes of manifestation. For tbe most
ally created and propagated by atomic destruction part science has concerned itself witb the resultant or
thus liberating sub-atomic particles which radiate out- symptom of this solar created ]jght force and not with
ward effecting neighboring atoms - in this case other its cause or method of transmission.
sub-atomic particles. Keely often mentioned this fact
and said that a bell left to vibrate over a period of It may take years for science to recognize, defIne
centuries would eventually cease to exist having giv- and accept a triune paradigm of forces operating
en up all of its sub-atomic and atomic substances to within and throughout our Universe.
this process of dissociation.

This being true - it can be seen that the vibrating


aggregate, as it changes from a condensed to a rare-
fIed state, actually dissolves thus liberating its com-
ponent particles whicb travel through space acting
against sympathetically aligned atoms in the vicinity
causing them to resonate similarly and eventually go-
ing through the same process as the fIrst atomic struc-

141
Law of Transformation of Force
"All forces are different founs of Universal Energy nnlike in their period-
frequency, merging into each other by imperceptible increments; each
fOlnl representing the compass of 21 octaves. Each fOl1ll or pitch may be
transfouned into an equivalent quantity of another pitch above or below it
in the scale of 105 octaves. The transfoullation can occur only through its
static effect, developing vibrations of pitches above or below
their fundamental vibration, or developing with juxtaposed aggregates, re-
sui difference, or third order, as the case may be.
Scholium: A table of the intervals and ha'Dlonics of the nouilal hauilonic
scale will indicate the ratios in which the transfoullation of forces will oc-
cur."
Keely, 1894

COlllmentary February, 1987 tio, the substances will combine readily. If, on the
other hand, they are at a greater numeric ratio, it will
This law tells us that the manipulation of energy be more difficult to combine them into a stable form
and force can take place at certain numerical relations as they may be combining about the resultant or dif-
between vibrations. The numerical intervals at which ference harmonies created. It appears from Keely's
this transfonnations may occur may be synonymous law that beat frequencies may be responsible for re-
with the musical intervals. Tyndall says in his classi- pellant actions.
cal book "Sound": "The simpler the ratio of the two In a more practical vein, we have seen before that a
parts into which a string is divided, the more perfect gas is composed of repellant particles. Therefore we
is the hmmony of the two sounds. Ratios with large may assume that the relative intervals between these
numbers have overtones with beats. Ratios with particles is of a high numeric ratio. When the ratio
smaller numbers are less apt to have beats or disso- has been brought into a lower numeric equation - the
nance. "We have assembled a list of these musical in- gas particles become less repellant and more attrac-
tervals in this issue as an aid in organizing this tive and will eventually form into a liquid state. Con-
knowledge and presenting it to those who may learn tinue lowering the ratio or increase the number of co-
to apply it. Keely's Scale of Octaves was printed in incident ratios and the liquid condenses into a solid
the September, 1986 issue. This scale of octaves des- This law has tremendous implications for interper-
ignates the 21 octave compass of each energy type. sonal relationships whether they be one-on-one, one-
A point to keep in mind is the relative harmonious- to-many or many-to-many as in society at large. Any
ness of various intervals. The lower the two numbers leader of persons knows intuitively that when desir-
on each side of the colon detennines the concordance ing action from a group the group must first be
of the ratio. For example a Perfect Fifth at 3 : 2 is brought into some form of coherent harmony or
much more coincident or harmonious than say the agreement. Once this point of cooperativeness (har-
Greater Chromatic Semitone at 135 : 128. From the mony or purpose) is reached, the groups force can
Law of Attraction & Repulsion given in issue 8, May, very easily be directed either into the same area with
1986 it follows that the lower the numbers, the great- renewed activity or into a new direction. The same
er the harmony and the greater the attractive force be- process takes place between a salesman and a new
tween vibrating aggregates. Higher numbers have client. The first step is to bring the client into as har-
greater degrees of dissonance and cause a repellant monious state as is possible with the salesman before
action between aggregates. This is like the old adage making the pitch. The salesman or speaker before a
"birds of a feather flock together" and also may be a group makes light and agreeable conversation to re-
clue in understanding why people of "like mind" tend lax the wary or dissonant attitudes before launching
to join in groups of mutual activity. It may also ex- into his topic. This is the transformation of force in
plain why elements such as gold will aggregate about actual every day usage.
themselves forming larger quantities of itself and Relaxing into a lower ratio is one way of bringing
tends to not join together with other elements. When the multiple aggregates into coincidence. Another
the elements naturally aggregate together as in an way is to raise the numeric ratio of one to that of the
amethyst crystal with iron and silicon, the joining other. This is done by adding "heat" (a vibration) or
takes place by virtue of the relative intervals of fre- another vibrating influence such as water or other
quencies of the atomic iron and atomic silicon. In substance, to one or both elements of the mixture. If
other words, if the relative intervals of frequencies of two ratios one of 3 : 2 and one of 135 : 128 are
the substances to be combined are at a low enough ra- brought together, one may be either raised, the other

142
lowered or both brought to some mutual numeric ra- cur. II [Some of the older music theory books have ta-
tio relative to one another. The result would be the bles .demonstrati1.lg this vertical (sub and super har-
same excepting that if either reverts to its natural morucs) and honzontal (secondary and tertiary har-
state or ratio, the mixture will breakdown or dissolve monics) harmonic generation. Some of these older
back into its individual components. books are in the process of being re-published by
Delta Spectrum Research - watch the catalogue for
Commentary April, 1990 them.]
. This I~w is really important because it is the key to
:nus law is a description of the process of transmu- dIsco,:enng how to take a super high frequency and
tatIon of forces and hence transmutation of things. have Its effects demonstrated within the lower fre-
It has been written that Keely was able to trans- quency ranges. Likewise a lower frequency can be
mute elements into other elements and was thus able made to act upon the higher domains.
to create some exotic materials for some of his devic- Many people have asked me how Keely was ena-
es. One of these materials was his Trexnonar - a wire bled to w~rk. in ~uch tremendously high frequency
compo~ed of pl.atinum, gold and silver alloyed to-
ranges - WIthin this law are the keys to that enigma. •

gether m a ~pec~al manner. It t?ok Keely eight years He used a set of vibrating plates tuned to each other
to create this WIre through which he transmitted his such that the lower plate created vibrations of a given
etheric force. In another device - his famous motor pitch t~at a~ted d~ectly on the resonance of the plate
~or d~mestic ener.gy development and use - he "plan-
above It (WIth a higher fundamental) causing it to vi-
Ished the metal In such a way that the etheric force brate. This process continued to the 40th plate in the
developed within it could not escape through the met- set thus transforming a lower audible frequency into
al. Yet another material was used in his magnets - re- a freq~ency well beyond the x-ray and gamma rang-
ported to be strong enough to hold several hundred es. This process no doubt worked in reverse as well.
pounds of weight and could be turned on or off at The small disk resonators having rods of different
will. lengths in its periphery were no doubt another set of
IIAll forces are different forms of Universal En- "progressive resonators" used by Keely to attain the
~rgy in their period-frequency, merging same end but using a different waveform (rods and
IOto each other by imperceptible increments· plates vibrate with a different set of intervals and
w~vefon~ls - any book on music synthesis plainly
[these period-frequencies (if they could be seen)
WOUld. look mu~h like the light spectrum where one POInts t~s fact ou.t - he~ce the manner of progressive
color ImperceptIbly merges with the next] each form harmoruc generatIOn wIll be different between rods
representing the compass of 21 octaves. [See the and plate resonators - thus the need for multiple ta-
Scale of Forces published in SVP December, 1989 bles of these rates).
where these octaves have been defined by 21 octaves, The proof for the assertions of this law can be seen
labeled and measured) Each form or pitch may be in the article "Chladni Plate Modes ... An Exercise in
transformed into an equivalent quantity of an- Musical Derivation" published in SVP December,
other pitch above or below it in the scale of 105 oc- 1?89 where frequencies can be very accurately pre-
!Bves. ~he transformation can occur only through dicted from a known fundamental. This method was
Its statIc effect, [the key here is "static effect"· the a~so succes~fully employed several years ago to pre-
. '
cause or the force Itself cannot be transformed but its dict and verify a progressive series of vibrations emit-
static effect can be - this is like the story of Adam ted from a cem~nt tru~k as part of an experiment per-
and Eve - mankind cannot be transformed solely fOllned by Shine Richards and Dale Pond. The
through the male force but can be changed by way of mathematical basis for that experiment was given in
the posers of the female - the progeny will be like the SVP November, 1986 in an article titled "Calculating
~ale. and female but ~f a new order - fundamentally
Harmonies of Tones".
lIke Its parents yet different - remember Fibonacci . E~tire scales o.f musical notes are naturally derived
and Pythagoras with their work with numbers used as In this same fashion. The fundamental is sounded and
~ases and generated resultants? Quantum Arithmetic the full collection of notes are derived from this one
IS also founded on this principle. The fundamental tone - all remaining relative to one another. "Harmo-
creative forces here are 1, 2 and 3 - God, Male and nies of Tones and Colours" and "Scientific Basis and
Female. The static effects of a fundamental vibration Build of Music" both go into this process with great
ca~ be created or brought into manifestation by evo-
depth and thoroughness. It is suggested these be re-
lutIcn or progression into sub or super harmonics, viewed to better understand the process of harmonic
~o?ulat~on or demodulation of another frequency creati?n. Harmo~c here does not necessarily mean a
gIvmg nse to resultant or difference tones and even doubhng or halVIng of a frequency alone - it relates
tertiary harmonics. See earlier issues of SVP for dis- to any mathematically defined and relative pitch with
cussion of these secondary and tertiary vibrations.] the fundamental. As we have stated before - consider-
developing vibrations of harmonic pitches above ation solely of doubled or halved pitches is only a
or below their fundamental vibration or develop- small part of frequency modulation and demodulation
ing with juxtaposed aggregates, resultant and dif- and will not yield a complete picture of the vibratory
feren~e, or third order, as the case may be.
nature of anything.
Schohum: A table of the intervals and harmonics . Therefore when exploring mathematically the
pltch~s from a vibration or cyclical signature one
of the normal harmonic scale will indicate the ra-
tios in which the transformation of forces will oc- must Involve these other partials as important factors

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Universal Laws Never Before Revealed: Keely's Secrets

to derive meaningful relationships and not just the if it only considered the doubled and halved octaves
doubled and halved harmonics. Isolating the even of the fundamental? A keyboard consisting of only
hatmonics alone will not only be inaccurate because "C" notes would be boring indeed. The other notes
it leaves out the odd hatmonics but will ultimately are ALL derived from calculations of the odd or en-
lead the investigator astray because he does not see harmonic intervals between the "C" keys thus giving
the entire picture of what is going on. This narrow vi- rise to the full complement of notes found on an ordi-
sion will result in incomplete synthesis and conclu- nary keyboard. The very same can be said of a vibrat-
sions regarding his experiments. In fact a picture de- ing plate such as was analyzed in the afore mentioned
rived from such narrow consideration will only reveal article. How boring vibration analysis is without
1/7th or 1/12th (depending on the degree of accuracy these wonderful middle notes. Enhat'lllony or discord
sought) of the entire picture. Where would music be can be a disturbing influence and the spice of life, vi-
bration and music.

Combination Tones Compound Difference Tones


Difference
I ntorvol
lot Order 2nd Ordor 3rd Order 4th Order
fourth 4 : 3
G: C 1 - 128 - C
two tones which give rise 10 a Combination Tone are termed hi generators. 512 : 384
are two kinds of Combination Tones:
Mojor 3rd 5 : 4
Dlff.r.ntt.1 Ton.: the vibration number which ls the difference of the vibration numbers of its
E:C 1 - 128 - C 3 - 384 - G 2 - 256 - C'
640 : 512
on Ton.: the vibration nun bar which is the sum of these generator vibration numbers ..
Minor 3rd 6 : 5 2 - 256 -C'
Differential Tones may be of various orders: 1 • 128· C 4-512-C"
G: E 3 - 384-G
Differential of the 1at order is that tone produced by two independent tone. or generators. 168 : 640
Differential of the 2nd order is that tone produced by the Differential of the 1st order, and
Mojor 6th 5 : 3
of the generators.
E: C 2 - 256 -C' I - 128 - C 4-512-C·
Differential of the 3rd order Is that tone produced by the Difflerential of the 2nd order, and 640 : 512
of the previous tones being either the Differential of the 1st or 2nd orders and/or one of
Minor 6th 8 : 5 6 - 168 - G' 7.696. B'
C: E 3 - 384 - G 2-256-C'
1024 : 640 1 • 128 • C 4-512-C"

Diatonic Scale Difference Tones

Intervel Rotlo Rete : Rate Celculate Difference I Difference Tone


9/8 10/9 16/15 918 10/9 9/8 16115 Octave 2:1 512 : 256 256 - 128 - 128 - I C
Fifth 3:2 384 : 256 384 - 256 - 128 - I C
Fourth 4:3 512 : 384 512 - 384 - 128 - 1 C
Mojor Third 5:4 640 : 512 640 - 512-128-1 C
o Minor Third 6:5 168 : 640 168 - 640 - 128 - I C
C'
C - 2880 - 324 E - 360 F - 384 G - 432 A- 480 B - 540 C - 516 Mojar Sixth 5:3 640 : 384 640 - 384 - 256 - 2
, MI nor Sixth 8:5 1024 : 640 E
1024 - 640 - 384 - 3
Mojor Second 9:8 1152 : 1024 1152 -1024 - 128 - 1 C
Dlotonlc Semltono 16 : 15 2048 : 1920 2048 - 1920 - I 28 - I C
DIATONIC: 1) One of the three genera of musk: among the Greeks, the other two being
The vibration number of a differential tona is Ihe difference belween the vibralion
the chromatk: and enharmonic. 2) The modern major and minor scales. 3) Chords,
numbers of ils generating vibratton numbers. It is easy therefore to calculate what
intervals, and melodic progresstons, ate., belonging to ona kay·sca~ . A diatonic chord
differential any two given generators will produce. Further, if the two generators form
is one having no note chromatically altered. A diatonic interval Is one formed by two
aO)' definite musical interval the differential tone may be easily ascertained, though their
notes of a diatonic scale unahered by accidentals.
vibration numbers be unknown.

Enharmonic Scale Fibonacci Numbers

I Fibonacci Is Music I ICreate Numbers I


Fibonnacci was a monk who lived about 1100 AD. When
studying the reproduction rales of rabbits he came upon
I~
a method of calculating natural progressive rates . You 7
o can see how this works by typing any two sequential
11
prime numbers into the first two fields to the right then
click on the Create Numbers button above. 18
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ENHARMONIC: 1) One of the three genera d Greek music. the other two being the The process used is simple: add the second nulTber to the
Diatonic and Chromatic. 2) Having intervals of less than a semitone, e.g., an first number to create the third number until infinity 47
eMaliliOnic organ or harmonium is an instrument having more than twelve divistans is reached (never). S.. SYP Compendium of Terms for 76
in the octave, and capable, therefore, or producing two distinct sounds where, on the greater det.lI.
ordinary Instrument, one only exists, as, for instance a scale having both G* and Aflat.
An enhaiillonic scakl fa one containing interval. less than a semitone.

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Keely, much older in this photo, seated by his final motor to his left. This machine operates via amplified gluonic
bonding/repulsing forces as near as we can understand Keely's explanations. See other photo on page 207 .


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Law of Atomic Pitch
"Atoms have each a different definite pitch, at which they nat-
nrally vibrate.
Scholium: Atomic pitch is directly from its simple
spectrum.
Scholil1m: Atomic pitch is detellllined by computations from its
associate specbulIl with all other atoms, as in known spectra.
Scholiulll: Atomic pitches are more working data than
atomic . tables of atomic pitches must be precise."
Keely, 1894

Commentary March, 1987 lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheet (IBM or MS-DOS or PC-


DOS compatible) in such a fashion that ANY num-
Around the turn of the century there was a great bers may be used on it and their respective relation-
debate as to whether atomic pitches represented har- ship may be determined. I also have a great number
monics of one another or not. According to the avail- of the spectra assembled though more is taking than
able data the question was never resolved to any- I've been able to acquire. The insights given about
body's real satisfaction. I uncovered a paper in the elements when run through this spreadsheet is mind
Applied Spectroscopy magazine wherein this har- boggling! Though little is yet understood at this point
monic relationship was eluded to by a more recent everything points to a facility of being able to do
writer when considering the Hydrogen and Oxygen, things approaching on the magical.
components of water. The writer indicated he would A fine example of what may come to light using
explore this phenomenon in a later article. A later ar- this spreadsheet is the example of the Fibonacci se-
ticle was never found. ries of numbers. Currently we use PHI as the deriva-
Now, the issue died around the tum of the century tive of this series but this number is irrational (never
because scientists were looking for a HARMONIC ending series of decimals places), but once it is run
relationship instead of a MUSICAL relationship. A through the musical spreadsheet we get WHOLE
harmonic relationship, according to the rules of mu- NUMBERS. Exactly what we need to compute finite
sic, is a doubling or halving of the frequencies under qualities as for instance when working with Quantum
study. They were looking for a I, 2, 4, 8, etc. Arithmetic. Mere is the series and their musical inter-
series of relationships. This is well but there are more vals:
relationships than this simple obvious series. What
Keely is talking about in the phrase "computations Fibonacci Series: I, 1,2,3,5,8, 13,21, etc.
from its ASSOCIATE spectrum with all other atoms
(frequencies)" is what the relationships are even 1 : 1 = Unison
though they aren't strictly a harmonic one. For in- 2: 1 = Octave (harmonic)
stance we have a relationship of a Perfect Fifth = 3:2 3 : 2 = Perfect Fifth
or a Perfect Fourth = 4:3. How do these relate to 5 : 3 = Major Sixth
atomic frequencies? What can they mean? All 8 : 5 = Minor Sixth
along we've pointed out that Pythagoras stated the 13 : 8 = Major Sixth
lower the numbers in the relationship, the greater the
harmony between the two frequencies. According to All subsequent ratios oscillate from a Major to a
Keely's scientific philosophy this translates into Minor Sixth always approaching what would be
greater bonding force or denser material aggregation. termed a Perfect or Harmonic Sixth. What does this
The opp~site applies to greater number relationships. mean? Keely maintained:
Now, 10 order to detellnine what the relationships
are one must first have the atomic frequencies which "The rhythmic relations in which force acts are
can be easily acquired from a table of Nuclear Mag- everywhere, under all conditions, and at all times, the
netic Resonances or spectra of the elements. In the same. They are found experimentally to be universal-
last issue was published a table of musical intervals. ly expressible by the mathematical relations of
Match the two tables and you have the true and prop- thirds. "
er relationships as spoken of by Keely in this law. I
have assembled all the known musical ratios onto a According to musical theory, a Third is the inver-

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sion of the Sixth. ty of pitch there would be no world because the


Keely worked, without success. on the theory that world is a result of the pitches associating with one
polar and depolar current actions were circular. He another. If the spectra are viewed exclusively as sep-
found success when he found and proved that these arate from one another how then does this association
forces act with a SPIRO-VORTEX motion. Since we happen? Isolating things from one another is one of
can now see that spirals are governed by Sixths (in- sciences greatest mistakes - one that has established
version Thirds) we begin to get an idea about his the world order that we now experience - cold. hard
"Triune Polar Flow." and without love.
We can now begin to understand why the Ancients Keely's paradigm contains sympathetic associa-
could do things eluded to by so many unexplained tion - what I refer to as love. Through association do
monuments. etc., and we haven't been able to dupli- things happen and have their existence. This new par-
cate their feats. They did it with simple WHOLE adigm reflects the teachings of ancient science (seen
NUMBERS. which can be calculated on the fingers. everyday hidden in the world's great religions) show-
whereas we can't with our high-powered computers ing love (sympathetic association) as a prime mover
trying to work with irrational unworkable numbers. or factor in the forces at work throughout the uni-
As Inverson has so long maintained. we can skip all verse. Without this constant interaction between fo-
the heavy unworkable math when we work with calized sources there would be no universe.
whole numbers. This also helps us grasp why Keely The idea that there are only four fundamental
was able to do so much with so little one hundred forces at work in this vast universe is a joke. Where
years ago. do emotions and love fit into the picture? Are human
beings something foreign to the universe? Of course
Commentary May, 1990 not. we are a part and parcel of all that there is. Are
we not composed of these same fundamental parti-
Looking at this law we can see that Keely raised cles? Emotions. love and Will are fundamental forces
the science and art of atomic physics to a very high in human activities - are they not important to human
level perhaps even higher than modem science has activity? Can this activity continue if these forces
yet reached. Modem science uses atomic spectra to were removed from the human politic? Human exis-
determine exactly what atom is being investigated. tence would cease without them therefore they are
Chromospectroscopy. Glow Discharge Spectroscopy fundamentally important to our existence. Therefore
are both standard procedures for investigating atomic they are fundamental forces in our universe. Outside
identities by virtue of their spectra. This is an ordi- of the older philosophies which expound such things
nary everyday tool today - but 100 years ago? who is championing these concepts today? What par-
What is unique and interesting about this law is adigm of science embraces these other forces and
it goes a couple of steps further. Keely recognized the makes them an integral part of itself? Sympathetic
relative pitches between atoms and states that this is Vibratory Physics does. The scientific paradigm ex-
just as important as the spectra (vibrational frequen- posed and by John Keely and bequeathed by him to

cy) of the atoms themselves. After all - what value future generations .
has a frequency when it is not relative to another fre- For these reasons and many more I hold tena-
quency? Not much and probably no value whatsoev- ciously to what can be found in his work. This is not
er. an arrogant or self-centered project.
That an atom can be identified by its spectra is
no mystery. That this work was done so long ago is The world is in deep trouble
astonishing.
It is curious that modem chemistry still uses brought on from a lack of seeing or
atomic weight in their calculations so much when understanding that there is more to
atomic physicists use the spectra in their calculations. life than lifeless matter and energy.
This is probably because we have become so special-
ized now days. It is not right and proper for a chemist We have ignored nature and those things that are
to poke his nose in atomic physics and vice versa. truly important to the survival of the species and the
However, you will notice, that great breakthroughs of planet. To assume and propound that nature is lifeless
science come usually when someone dares to go and everything must be separated from everything
against custom. Some brave soul will one day make else is preposterous and has proven a deadly para-
the effort to bridge this gap between these two noble digm.
sciences and Keely's law may be seen to be true and It is held and taught that only organized biologi-
accurate. Logic tells us this is not too far in the fu- cal structures have life. How does the organized
ture. structure become organized if the parts are without
For years now I have been writing about the rela- some kind of intelligence. If intelligence is a sign of
tivity between pitches - is anyone listening? This rel- life then even the smallest subatomic structure pos-
ativity is all important. The pitches themselves are of sesses some degree of intelligence. Since all fOIllIS of
little consequence when viewed by themselves. But these particles associate with something else then
once they are brought together we have music inter- they must possess love or sympathy one to another.
vals, modulation and demodulation of each other and
The degree of sympathy can be calculated by com-
the whole host of phenomena associated with such paring their individual pitches one to another. The
merging of vibratory influences. Without the relativi- more concordant the relationship the greater degree

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of attraction. The greater the discords found in this ments or parts found anywhere in the known uni-
relativity constitutes the degree of repulsion between verse. Without anyone of the aforementioned factors
focalized aggregates. The principles of music can get no thing would have an existence and with these fac-
us this understanding. Because inherent in music is tors all things are vibrant components of an astonish-
an understanding of what constitutes harmony and ingly active and organized universe. All things
discord. Music is structured around this idea of rela- change and all things remain the same. All materiali-
tivity of pitches - without it there would be no music ty and all fOllns of activity owe there existence to
just as there would be no universe if atomic pitches these factors and probably a few more I haven't men-
did not relate to one another. We may even say, with tioned.
accuracy, that the universe is music personified. Someday - hopefully not in the too distant future,
If there were a Grand Unifying principle tying all mankind will come to recognize the principles that
molecular, atomic and sub atomic activity to the co- bind him to everything else. When this day comes
lossal activities of the planets it would be music or (what some call Christ Consciousness) a new and ex-
those principles which go to make music a living vi- traordinary time will burst forth. Nothing like it has
brant concern. Polarity, relativity, time and periodic ever been experienced in the history of the world.
change of state combined with number and progres- When man sees that he is indeed part and parcel of
sive vibration evolution all go to make music what it the universe about him he will then find his rightful
is. Making these factors vibrant and dynamic is the place at the right hand of God (Universal Creative
concept of sympathetic association. These are the Force).
same constructive characteristics of all known ele-

Etheric Chord 8th Octave

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An inside look at the working resonators of the Musical Sphere.
More photos can be seen on pages 95 and 99.

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Law of Variation of Atomic Pitch
by Rad-en

"The higher and overtones of projected rad-energy are of
a pitch sufficiently high to cause the atom to expand; by
the atomoles to vibrate systematically the same influence will cause
the to contract, thus by the volume, atomic
pitch is varied."
Keely, 1894

Commentary April, 1987 oms change Frequency say during an atomic reac-
tion? Do molecules change pitch when subjected to
Rad-energy (radiant-energy), according to Keely's X-ray frequencies? Long terlll X-ray exposure does
Scale of the Forces in Octaves, begins on the 43rd oc- heat up molecular structures - increasing the "rad-
tave or wh~t.we t~nll infr~-red frequencies just below energy" quantities. Perhaps this expansion is part of
those of VISIble light. It IS also at this point where molecular and atomic disintegration caused by high
"chemism" begins. Chemism is chemical activity. powered laser beams which operate in the frequency
Modern chemists associate ion exchange with chemi- band mentioned. The laser light causes the atoms and
cal. activity. According to McGraw-Hill Dictionary of . or molecules to expand until they rupture and release
SCIence and Technical Terms an ion is "an isolated their bound up inter-particles or plasma like matter.
electron o~ positron or an atom or molecule which by An ,?bvious correlation of what Keely says about
exp~nsIOn can be seen every time something is heat-
loss or gam of one or more electrons has acquired a
net electrical charge." ed (mfra-red frequency), it expands. But is there a
c~ntraction more .or less simultaneous or periodically
Following the Keely physics philosophy of low
and hig.h frequency ratio as causes of aggregation and WIth the expansIon? I read of some experiments
separatIOn ~e can see a convergence and divergence where a candle flame was shown to be periodically lit
?f frequenCIes .happening periodically thus resulting and th~n "out" a~l the time looking as though it were
m the contractIOn and expansion mentioned in this ~ contmuo,:!s uru~ten upted flame. This is something
law. The atomoles (subatomic particles) when vibrat- like an ordinary lIght bulb which appears to be con-
ed sympathetically (in unison or harmony) cause the tinuously lit but is in fact flashing on and off 60 times
atom to c,?ntract - if ~o~vergence of frequency causes a second. Our eyes can't assimilate the image fast
a contractI~n then this IS true. A node point is a place enough (about 30 times a second) to discern this rap-
of contractIon whereas the place of maximum dis- id on-off sequence.
placement causes disruption. A synchronization of Perhaps one of our readers more versed in atomic
wave fronts produces a contraction and non- or I!l0lecular physi~s could shed some light on this
synchronization causes the opposite. This is the old subject. There are SImply to many details unavailable
push ~dde~ to push story. all over again. Synchronize to this writer at this point in time.
the VIbratIOns (frequencIes) and contraction results The Cayce quote on the front cover is an exact
just as when vibrations are out of sync we have ex- analogy of this law. Just as the atomoles (that which
pansion. Perhaps here we can have a theory of super- the atom is comprised of) sync or unsync their activi-
conductivity actions? By cooling the molecular struc- ty so goes the whole structure. The relativity of influ-
ture we are actually bringing the vibrations into sync. enc~ is as like ~egets like .or degrees of harmony and!
Go back and reread the Law of Vibrating Atomolic or dIscord causmg attractIon of like particles (aggre-
Substances given in the December 1986 issue for an gation) or repulsion by discord.
explanation of electrical conduction and resistance.
J?ese two qualities are properties of concordant and Commentary June, 1990
dIscordant frequencies respectively.
Keely mentions the harmonics and overtones of Rad-energy has a frequency beginning just be-
r~d-energy v.:hat one would assume to be frequencies ~ow those of the visible light spectrum and extends
higher than mfra-red or light. He also mentions the mto the far vacuum ultraviolet ranges. (See SVP 121
pitch of the atom changing. I have no current re- 89, pg 5, 6 & 7, Scale of Forces in Octaves) This rad-
search information on this particular subject. Do at-

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energy is then the same range of energies as are used missing the greater view of the phenomenon under
in laser technology today. In this range of frequencies study.
modem science and technology have developed the This is not a new revelation - this has been writ-
areas of atomic emission spectrochemical analysis ten about extensively in 100 year old books on music
which is a technique for analyzing elements based on and vibration theory. To create really good music one
there emitted light when excited by various means. must have a really good background in vibration the-
Analysis of emitted light is really the analysis of the ory. Modem music is bereft of this greater knowledge
frequencies being emitted. It is also the range in that for some reason is not being taught extensively.
which atomic transitions (substances change from When music, such as we hear every day, is created
one state to another, i.e.; solid to liquid or from one with a scale that has been arbitrarily established (the
crystal structure to another) take place. Coincidental- chromatic or evenly spaced notes) the resultant
ly this is exactly what Keely is referring to above. sounds may be pleasing to the human ear but they fail
However, there is a major difference in what he as burning hail on nature because nature obeys sub-
is saying and what modem science "knows." Keely tler directives than sensual feedback. The even tem-
was a manipulator of matter and energy. Modem sci- pered scale is designed to sound good this is done by
ence works more with measuring and testing because evenly measuring the frequencies of the notes in such
they have not yet learned to approach matter and en- a way that beat frequencies are kept to a minimum
ergy in the way they will in the not too distant future and hence the naturally occurring uneven partials are
- with the approach outlined herein. They have not not allowed to manifest themselves.
yet attained the level of knowledge where they can The atomoles are the generic vibrating bundles
manipulate the elements as Keely did. Therefore, he of energy we call sub atomic particles. The harmon-
is describing how to manipulate the latent states of ics and partials of the rad-energy cause these inner
matter in order to bring about a desired result. The particles of the atom to vibrate or to change orbital
atomic spectrochemical analysis process being used characteristics such that the composite particle, the
today is simply a method of measuring light spectra atom, changes in size and maybe even shape but
emitted from aggregates for the sole purpose of deter- without destroying the atom itself. Now these suba-
mining their chemical or elemental makeup. Appar- tomic particles are not always equally affected by the
ently Keely could determine an aggregates constitu- influential rad-energy. They will change their fre-
tion already - he went further and desired to make quency rates in accordance to their degree of sympa-
changes in that chemical or elemental structure. Since thetic resonance. If a particle is greatly sympathetic
an aggregate is really a composition of frequencies he to the influential vibration it will be affected greatly.
could identify and then modulate those frequencies. If a particle is not sympathetic it will not be affected
The law being discussed herein describes the metho- at all. Hence each one will change differently and we
dology of modulating frequencies and the result that can then say that their relative frequency one to an-
can be expected. other changes. This relative frequency is called pitch.
We have discussed in these pages to great length Once the size has been changed its overall character-
the subject of harmonics and partials. Let's cover it istics or chord of mass also changes. This is what
again that others unfamiliar with earlier issues can happens when a laser beam is played upon atomic
catch up. elements or molecules. The subatomic particles begin
When a given frequency is caused to vibrate it to excite and disruption of the composite particle is
causes its own harmonics to (a double of frequency inevitable - dissociation of the aggregated subatomic
or halving of wavelength) to take place. This double and atomic particles takes place.
or halving does not stop with the creation of just one . Simple logic and observation substantiates this
or two harmonics but causes them all - all the way to phenomenon. What does modem science use to mod-
infinity - to occur. The progression of harmonics can ify atoms and molecules? In most cases it uses fire -
and does create the higher tones or super harmonics the great transfonnative element. Fire is heat from a
as well as the lower ones called sub harmonics. This Bunsen burner or a laser and sometimes from chemi-
is why Cayce said over and over again that music is cal activities. And what is fire or heat but a high fre-
the bridge between the material and spiritual realms. quency vibration? A curious thing about the thermal
This also explains how and why vibrations possess so vibrations known as heat is they do not have much if
much power as evidenced by their destructiveness to any effect on subatomic particles or particles making
vibrating media such as springs. Any tone being up subatomic particles. Heat frequencies manifest
sounded will create a series of tones from the lowest mostly on the molecular and atomic aggregates. What
to the highest frequencies imaginable. Just as a string does this tell us? That the frequencies of heat are not
on a piano or guitar vibrates so too do all of the high- high enough to have a direct effect on the structures
er harmonics and partials vibrate all relative to the of subatomic and quantum particles because there is
fundamental tone or pitch or frequency of the string. I little if any sympathetic association or resonance with
say partials because more resultant frequencies occur them. So therefore, if one desires to tap into the suba-
than just even doubling or halving of the fundamental tomic and quantum levels of matter one must resort
frequency. Other ratios of vibration also rise up to fill to frequency ranges far in excess of those commonly
the whole realm of motion. These can and do include used such as X-Ray, Gamma or ultraviolet bands.
thirds, sixths, sevenths, elevenths, etc. So when mod- Likewise to affect solid matter one would use the
em science refuses to recognize the odd or uneven lower band levels such as heat (thenn) and sound
partials and only focuses on the even harmonics it is (so no) ranges. Keely indicated these ranges extended

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21 octaves each and he may be right. mankind. Through which he has and is showing us a
Another consequence of influential vibrations is very valuable lesson in how Harmony manifests as
that of mode changes. This is a rather complex devel- discord and as a non-color is manifest as infinite col-
opment and will be discussed in future articles. Let it ors so too does the non-energy or zero-point energy
suffice that we dwell on the rainbow - God's gift to manifest as the infinite range of materiality we caB
the Universe.

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Law of Variation of Ato c tch by


Electricity i d etism
"Electricity Magnetism produce intelual vibrations in the atom,
which are followed by proportional in volume there-
fore, pitch."
Keely. 1894

Commentary May, 1987 ic physics, the inside of an atom is called the inter-
atomic and the next size of particles below that of at-
A change in volmne of course is a change in wave oms are called inter-atomic particles as are all phe-
length. According to the change so to does the fre- nomena associated with them. Therefore, we can see
quency change. Laws numbers 20 (April • 87 issue) why Keely said electricity and magnetism are inter-
and 15 (Dec. ' 86 issue) give more background on this atomic phenomena and they must also be some sort
particular law and how it works. of vibration themselves. In modem parlance electrons
Not knowing a great deal about Nuclear Magnetic are inside of an atom (when not wandering around
Resonance I can't say much except that a tremendous randomly) and also may be seen as an "inner atom"
magnetic field is used in conjunction with radio particle with relative "inner-atomic" activities.
waves to produce the imaging capability. Perhaps the The next level of particles Keely called "etheric."
magnetism synchronizes the multitude of frequencies From recent discoveries in quantum physics we are
found in the body according to material types thus told that photons come from within electrons. There-
rendering contrast. fore, a photon is an "etheric" particle and all photon
One thing to notice in this law is the reference to (light) associated phenomena are of the etheric realm
changes internally of the atom. In other words, on the of activity again according to Keely's philosophy.
components making up the atom. Electricity and Muons, mesons and the different varieties of quarks
magnetism, according to this law, have an effect are then of the next level of materiality or the "inter-
upon the inside of an atom and those components etheric" realm. These levels aren't pertinent to this
found there. According to Keely's system of subatom- law as it is stated and therefore further discussion will
be left for a more appropriate time.

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Temperature
. "Atoms in chemical combination oscillate with increasing amplitude directly as
the temperature, and simultaneously absorb overtones of higher harmonics, produc-
ing expansion of volume and diminution of pitch.

RULE: The gradual approach of the temperature of harmonic combination can


be observed by mutually comparing superimposed spectra; chelnical combinations
commences when the fundamental lines of each spectrum bear harmonic ratios by
linear measurement. "
Keely, 1894

Commentary June, 1987 ing of elemental combinations instead of ion-


exchange, we may be able to create new and novel
One must remember that we are discussing atomic substances of extraordinary utility.
pitches and not molecular pitches. There appears to
be some minor discrepancy between Keely's defini- NOTE: When considering ion-exchange from the
tion of molecules and atoms and our own. I haven't quantum mechanical viewpoint Keely is exactly
yet deciphered the difference enough to be able to ex- right. Ions are bundles of vibrating energy and not
plain it fully. However, the difference isn't great particles. Therefore one would have to work with
enough to prohibit us from attaining a good feel for their vibration frequencies instead of their "charges."
what is being discussed. Said charge is considered a function of velocity,
Atom in chemical combination are alloys, etc. of a mass, frequency, etc., i.e. mathematical derivative of
crystal like nature. Molecules in combination would same. These modem mathematical derivatives are so
be compound or alloys of lesser refinement. One is complex we need supercomputers to calculate them.
reminded of the great controversy surrounding super- Yet here Keely is explaining something so simple as
conductivity now raging throughout the scientific to seem preposterous. The Ancient Egyptians created
community. Seems some of the phenomena of super- alloys (electrum - which we can't yet duplicate) thou-
conductivity is involved with exotic combinations of sands of years ago. Did they have more advanced
ceramics and metals (near crystal fOlI11S). Yet the sci- computers than we or did they simply understand the
entists can't explain these phenomena using their cur- nature of chemical combinations better? Did Keely
rent excepted theories. Perhaps through these laws pre -discover the entire field of quantum mechanics
we might get a glimpse of what may be taking place. or quantum acoustics and then went ahead and found
We all know that atomic substances, say a crystal, how to apply it in a practical sense 100 years ago?
will expand when heated. We aren't concerned with Did he have a supercomputer or did he have a better
reiterations of common knowledge. Yet within this understanding than we ourselves possess? Will this
law Keely is telling us something else. He is telling understanding prove simpler than we can even ima-
us why the crystal expands. It expands because it ab- gine? Stay tuned to this publication for the rest of the
sorbs higher harmonics which in turn reduces the story.
component pitches.
As for the second part of the law he is disclosing
something altogether new - "harmonic combination."
He is telling us of a method of deducing atomic com-
bination or allowing of atomic substances. This com-
bining of elements takes place, in this law, as a func-
tion of harmonic relations of frequency. When the
fundamental lines of the spectra bear harmonic ratio
(see back issues) the atomic substances readily com-
bine and maintain their new state of mixture. Like-
wise, we can assume they will separate when these
lines are brought into non-hruUlonic ratios.
In a few of the past issues we indicated that there
may be marvelous revelations awaiting us. This is
one of them. If atomic frequency is behind the merg-

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Law of Pitch of Atomic Oscillation
"Atoms not isolated and in a state of tension between forces that oppose and in-
crease the equilibrium oscillate bodily at a pitch that is a resultant of the atomic
weight, atomic volume, and tension."
Keely, 1894

Commentary July, 1987 taves above that pitch, until a size of plate is obtained
capable of producing a period-frequency correspond-
If an atom is part of an aggregate and it is caught ing to that of dark radiant heat, which we know is
between the two forces as Keely defined and used produced by the oscillations of atoms, and is termed
them, i.e., the harmonic which tends to stabilize or therma. The vibrating atomic substance of the plate is
equates forces and the enharmonic which tends to de- capable of producing the transmissive force called
stabilize or create dis-equilibrium, it will oscillate as sound and sono-thermism, which is propagated
a resultant computed from the atomic weight, atomic through atomic media by wave-motion, but which
volume and tension acting upon it. cannot be propagated through space devoid of atomic
What we are beginning to see here is Keely's sys- substance. But when the plate has been reduced theo-
tem of atomic physics. In this law and the next few retically to a size sufficiently infinitesimal to corre-
we will see a totally new system laid out before us. spond to the maximum or minimum size of an atom,
One that is natural, whole and very simple when as determined by the atomic researches of Professors
compared to the current system now in use which has Tait & Clerk Maxwell, we reach vibration frequency
a tendency to separate the various aspects of atomic so high that it can be propagated through a vacuum
physics into distinct and unrelated forms. His various devoid of atomic substance, as a transmissive force
tables, charts and monitoring devices were all syn- called rad-energy, beginning with dark radiant heat.
chronized or related in such a fashion as one reading And be it carefully observed that period-frequency
on a given chart would bear direct and meaning rela- corresponds with that of dark rad-energy. The law of
tions to other readings of other charts, measurements, linear dimensions may be thus stated: The vibration-
etc .. In other words, his system was complete, rela- periods of two similarly circumstanced homologous
tive and whole. bodies are to each other as their cubical contents,
In order to get a better understanding of what Kee- and therefore the vibration-frequencies of homolo-
ly meant by volume and weight of the atom let us gous metal plates are to each other as the inverse ra-
quote how he determined these characteristics: tio of their linear dimensions. The octave of a given
plate will be a homologous plate having 1/8 of its
volume. A circular disk twenty inches in diameter
MA THEMATICAL DEMONSTRATION OF and one inch thick vibrates, e.g., 1024 times per sec-
THE SIZE OF AN ATOM ond. The ten octaves from unity successively reduc-
ITS WEIGHT AND VOLUME ing the size of the disk by 1/8 , we get at each reduc-
tion the octave of the previous pitch, and at any given
by John Keely octave we have the volume, weight, and vibration-
frequency of the vibrating atomic substance.
"A rectangular, or preferably, a circular, disk is Ten octave 1024 vibrations per second; metal disk,
suspended from the ceiling of a room in such a man- twenty inches in diameter, one inch thick. To get the
ner that vibrations cannot be communicated to it from cubical contents of this vibrating aggregate it is nec-
the vibrating walls of the room. It is the experimen- essary to square the diameter; we multiply by 0.7854,
tally detemuned to what fundamental note the metal which is equal to 314.16 inches in volume. Starting
plate sympathetically vibrates. Then, according to the from this point, we progress through successive oc-
law of linear dimensions, which is equally applicable taves upward increasing in pitch and diminishing in
to solids, liquids, or gases, it is mathematically deter- size. "
mined what size of plate will produce successive oc-

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Law of Variation of Pitch of


Atomic Oscillation by Pressn "e
"The frequency of atomic oscillation increases and diminishes inversely as the
square of the pressure."
Keely, 1894

Commentary August, 1987 partake of whatever social ideas, graces, mores or tra-
ditions their respective communities possesses. They
Here is a neat and simple law. All it says is that as may only take up these outside attributes (become
we increase pressure on an atomic substance the in- harmonious with or one with) if they are so inclined
ternal oscillations of the atoms increases as the from within themselves (resonant) to them or may be
square of the pressure. Likewise when the pressure is induce (modulated) to become inclined (resonant) to
decreased the oscillations also decrease but always them. Here again the sympathetic attunement must
proportionate to the amount of pressure. Small won- exist or be induced to exist before individuals can as-
d~r then that matter "heats up" when pressure is ap- sociate or aggregate into groups of whatever size be it
plied and cools down when pressure is lessened. one on one in a marriage or as an integral part of a
We can then see the difference between Keely's community. Only through harmonious thought and
ideas and orthodox science. He equates heat and cold action can individuals ever hope to have peaceful co-
to atomic oscillation (an internal activity) and pres- existence. Thoughts of self or negative actions con-
sure has a direct relationship to the frequency of that tribute to dis-harmony and hence separation resulting
oscillation. Modem science recognizes heat as a "fric- in aloneness of the individual.
tion" caused by particles rubbing against each other
whereas Keely doesn't believe that these particles ac- This is where Man is greater (much greater)
tually come in contact. IN fact he claims that no force than the rest of materiality - he can chose to be in
on earth can cause molecules to actually come in con- harmony with something other than his individual
tact with each other. He maintained that even though self or he can chose to be apart and separate.
particles never actually touched they had effects on
each other. The manner of transmitting these effects These laws can be applied to human functions
was through sympathetic vibrations. In fact, it is be- when one associates atoms as though they were indi-
ginning to appear that it is only through sympathetic viduals who may aggregate into groups (molecules).
vibrations that action at a distance can take place The laws which apply to molecules apply similarly to
simply because any and all actions take place at a groups. The atoms (individuals) are composed of
~istance. Each particle maintains its individuality yet three fundamental segments or parts, i.e., physical,
IS part of whatever aggregate it is associated with. mental and spiritual or the enharmonic, harmonic and
Yet for an effect to pass from one to another or many dominant. But here we are leaving our main topic and
to one there must be some degree of sympathy be- this would be better pursued in another article.
tween them. Without this sympathetic attunement no
a.ction whatever would be transmitted or felt or expe-
nenced through whatever degree of association. Be-
fore two or more individual particles or people can
have a harmonious association (fOIm an aggregate or
association of ONE) this degree of sympathy (attune-
ment) must exist.
The same process takes place in social activities.
Because these laws are deemed universe, i.e., univer-
sally applicable, they also apply every where else.
Human beings are individuals (with their own ideas,
graces and habits) yet through association they may

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161
Universal Laws Never Before Revealed: Keely's Secrets

Law of VU"iation of Atolllic Oscillation by


Temperat e
"The force of cohesion diminishes inversely as the square of the distance the at-
oms are apart, and the force of the chemical affinity diminishes in the same ratio.
Heat increases the amplitude of the oscillations in a direct ratio to the temperature
of the natural scale.
Scholimn: New thermometers and accurate thermometric tables, on the natural
bases, wherein doubling the temperature doubles the pitch of the transmissive ener-
gy, are required. Such a table of temperature will bear natural relation to atomic
weights, pitches, specific heats, chemical affinities, fusions, solubilities, etc., and will
disclose new laws. One table for each must be constructed. t t
Keely, 1894

COimnentary September, 1987 That these opposite actions are related as simply as
he states remains to be explored and verified. I sup-
This is perhaps one of the most important of the pose some of the readers having access to proper fa-
laws discussed to date. It is important because we can cilities could perfOIllI this verification fairly easily.
readily relate to what Keely is saying. Everyone The second part of this law, the scholillm, is noth-
knows that as a substance is heated the atoms are ing short of a gift for someone with the proper facili-
caused to be spread further apart. Likewise, when the ties and support. What would a properly related sys-
substance is cooled the atoms tend to contract. The tem of calibration be worth? If what he says is true
major difference between the orthodox viewpoint and about the relative values of an integrated system of
the one given above is what causes the repulsion and temperature and frequencies imagine what such a
contraction. Keely maintains that it is the discords be- simplistic system would mean to today's research and
tween the vibrations of the atoms which cause the re- development operations. It looks like it might be
pulsion and heat is a fOlIn of vibration that adds to worth someone's time and expense to check this out. I
this discord. Contraction he maintains is the opposite haven't had the time nor opportunity to do anything
where more hallllOny in the atomic frequencies caus- with this though I plan on it. If I get the time, I'll pub-
es cohesiveness. lish whatever I fmd out.

fPC LlJlD4'iCR.

162
The disk on the bottom of the resonator may be the hydrogen impregnated disk
mentioned by Dr. Plum

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163

Law of Variation of Atomic
Oscillation by Electricity
"The electric current destroys cohesion and chemical tension directly as square of
current in amperes, inversely as the resistance in ohms, inversely as the chemical
equivalent, and conversely as the coefficient of the difference between the freezing
and volatizing temperature of mass acted upon."
Keely, 1894

Commentary October, 1987 cussed in the December, 1986 issue and perhaps we
have an explanation for the phenomenon of supercon-
This law tells us what we already know about elec- ductivity wherein resistance is caused by the expan-
trical currents operating within a chemical substance sion and twisting of the atomic structure (lattice
such as a length of copper wire. I don't believe I've structure?). This expansion and twisting we common-
seen this phenomenon described in any other litera- ly call cohesion breakdown. In short, as the atomic
ture as a law though. mass expands and twists the crystalline structure is
A conductor "melts" or breakdown as we call it in gradually disrupted until a point is reached where the
the manner described above. The cohesion between material is "melted" or dissociated. As this expansion
atoms of a given atomic mass (chemical substance or and twisting increases so too does the resistance, etc ..
alloy) is disrupted if there is too much amperage or When the mass is "frozen" as is commonly done in
too great a resistance and this breakdown is related to superconductor research, the tendency to expand or
the chemical composition and temperature limits of twist is reduced thus allowing the transmission and
the material. What is unique in Keely's approach is inductance of the vibrating electrical current without
that this atomic breakdown of the substance can be interference (modulation). Modulation of the primary
calculated from a table of the mass' properties and vibrating current, in this case electricity, causes the
that this calculated atomic structural breakdown is di- creation of secondary and tertiary frequencies - heat,
rectly proportional to these same quantities. light, etc .. The ability to expand or twist is directly re-
If tables were created according to the law given in lated to the atomic structural parameters, i.e., density,
the previous September, 1987 issue and calculations crystalline configuration, etc .. But what governs the
were run based on the above law we should be able to density, structure, etc? See Law of Oscillating
tell at a glance how differing elements and alloys Atomic Substances discussed in September, 1986 is-
would behave given any parameters of applied vibra- sue.
tory currents.
This should apply to commonly used materials
.------------------------------------
such as copper, aluminium, etc., but should also help Feynman's Morphology
in deciphering the resultant activities of so-called su- Keely's Morphology
K:-e-eI=-Y'=-s""TrI:-P""'1e""t
'-:1 1

perconductive materials as well. In other words, if


what Keely is describing is accurate, we should be
able to accurately predict behavior of exotic blends of
materials before they are incorporated into current
d(-1I31
carrying circuits. Not only that, once such tables were
created one should be able to specify a current and its
parameters and have a computer tailor design an al-
loy which would carry it and we would known how
the material would react beforehand.
The latter part of this law says that the cohesion Richerd fe\lnmen ... on. Nobel Prize tn Ph",st" . Notice hb construct of
I proton end neutron is exectl\lltlce Keel",',.
breakdown occurs "as the coefficient of the difference
between the freezing and volatizing temperature of
mass acted upon." Temperature limits of ceramic
materials is generally very broad. Take this law and
The Law of Vibrating Atomic Substances dis-

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Keely's Discoveries Vindicated? Comparing Feyman's chart to Keely's we see that


the black circle in Keely's chart corresponds to Fey-
Some of you are familiar with my logo of the three man's proton. The grey circle applies to the neutron
circles enclosed tightly by another circle. It is repro- and the white would correspond to the electron if
duced below: Feyman had included one. Thus the black is the nega-
tive charged "particle," the white is positive and the
grey of course as the neutral charged "particle."
Today the electron is considered having a negative
charge, this is unfortunate. Since this charge state is
actually a label placed by somebody years ago we
must accept it as it is. However one should consider
an electron as a particle of positive energy because it
is ACTIVE. In other words, it has an expressive ener-
gy whereas the proton is in a receptive or negative
state even though we call it positive. Common sense

would reverse these polarities in conversation and ap-
plication. Then again some orthodox quantum physi-
cists maintain the position that if the physics makes
sense then it is wrong! You can make up your own
mind on what makes sense or not.
The rest of the book is quite interesting but I will
not go into it here. The most interesting thoughts
come to mind when we think that Keely did this orig-
inal and accurate research over 100 years ago and it
This configuration was developed by John Keely has taken orthodox science all this time and money to
circa 1880 and was his depiction of positive, negative only begin to see the same result. Small wonder then,
and neutrally charged particles making up molecules that Keely wasn't understood by his "peers," he was
and atoms. He maintained that all molecular, atomic ahead of them by more than a century.
particles has this configuration. In his completed
chart (dated 1894 and reprinted in this journal in the
December, 1985 and again in the January, 1986 is-
sues) he showed the complex structure as he saw it
derived from his researches. Keely's Molecular Morphology
A recent book by Richard Feyman, titled QED.

has a
on page . It IS reproduced •
• •

Molecule

Electron

IAtom-I---

IFeynman's Morphology I

IModern Morphology I
dH/31
u(-2131

proton (., I neutron (0 I

Molecular Structure

Modern Mo
Molecules are made of
Feyman demonstrates that protons and neu- ATOMS which are made of:
trons are made up of three quarks of types d and
PROTONS
u. Ratio of d to u determines polarity. NElJTRONS
ELECTRONS
Feyman is the foremost quantum physicist accord- PHOTONS
QUARKS
ing to some sources. Most of his book describes cur-
rent efforts to understand this complex and difficult Proton
field of quantum electrodynamics. It is a very good IKeely's Morphology I
book, readable and entertaining. I would recommend
this work for anyone interested in natural science
(what makes things tick and why).

165
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Sono-thermism
"Diminishes the tensions directly as the quantity of heat developed, and in anti-
thetical proportion to the harmonics absolved."
Keely, 1894

COimnentary November, 1987 gases are particles vibrating in a discordant fashion.


We can also surmise that cold absolves harmonics
We identified and discussed the nature of thwllism and brings about concordance of vibrations whereas
in the August, 1987 issue. Sono-thermism may be de- heat creates har monics and discord. Actually heat is
fined as "heat produced from this frequency sound discord because it is the addition of non-concordant
waves or phonons." This definition is made after the frequencies. Heat, then, is not something other than a
McGraw-Hill definition of sono-luminescence which vibration. Inversely we can say that cold, then, is not
they define as "Luminescence produced by high fre- something other than a lack of vibrations.
quency sound waves of phonons." Ultrasonic trans- To summarize in a graphic fashion - ice is an ag-
ducers do produce a goodly of heat and I believe it is gregate of water molecules vibrating in unison and
this particular heat Keely is referring to in this law. steam is a collection of water molecules vibrating dis-
So we might say that as this heat is developed cordant to one another. Please keep in mind that there
within the atomic substance and acts upon the tension are also lattice patterns apparent in gaseous states as
between the atoms which is reduced in proportion to well. This is because there are concordant frequencies
the quantity of heat. The second half of this law says within and between the particles even though they
that as the harmonics are absolved or done-away-with have this discordant quality. A water molecule is al-
or dampened out of the material the tension between ways a water molecule and they will always retain
the atoms increases. In other words, if you refer back some degree of harmonic attraction. Steam can be
to the October, 1987 issue, we will see that the state greater or lesser dense such as is the case with low
of the atomic structure is a result of the fundamental pressure steam and super-heated steam or atmospher-
frequency and the harmonics or partials present in the ic air for that matter. This greater or lesser degree of
material. The greater the coincidence (harmony) of density in gaseous substances explains the difference
all the associated frequencies, the greater is the ten- of velocity of sound in the air when considering the
sion between the atomic particles. In other words, Law of Vibrating Atomic Substances (September,
there is a greater tendency to develop and retain crys- 1986 issue). The degree of discordance is also the
talline form when the coincidence of frequencies is cause of pressure just as harmony is the cause of
greater. Harmony (female form of the energy mani- the density of aggregation.
festing as vibrations) creates attraction or rigidity. One more graphic illustration -uranium or any oth-
When the reverse is true, when there are a great num- er potentially radioactive substance demonstrates the
ber of harmonics or partials, the tension lessens and very same idea of concord and discord discussed
there is then experienced "melt-down" or breakdown above. If radioactivity is caused by a discordance
of the crystalline structure. If this discordant tenden- among the alpha and gamma particles may not radio-
cy is allowed to run unchecked or unbalanced, com- activity be reversed by bringing these same particles
plete volatization of the material takes place. The par- into a state of concordance? Is not this discordance
ticles, being discordant to each other, repulse each the cause of radioactivity.
other. Discord (the male from of the energy manifest-
ing as vibrations) creates repulsion or expansion.
Please see the Laws of Attraction and Repulsion
given in the May, 1986 issue.
The above tells us a lot about the inner nature of
gases and crystals. Crystals are a demonstration of
atomic particles vibrating in unison and expansive

166
Photograph of the fmal Hydro-Vacuo Motor. This motor was donated to The Fr . InstituU
by Mr. Howson, Keely's lawyer. Its story is on page 84.

167
Law of Chemical
"Atoms whose atomic pitches are in either unison, harmonic or concordant ratios,
unite to form molecules.
Corollary: When two atoms are indifferent, they may be made to unite by vary-
ing the pitch of either, or both.
Scholium: This necessitates the construction of tables representing variations of
atomic pitches by temperature, pressure, etc.
Scholium: Tables of all harmonics and concords, and harmonics founded upon a
normal harmonic scale, are equally essential.
Scholium: Optical instruments may be made to measure pitches of energy."
Keely 1894

Commentary December, 1987 scopes which operate via UV, X-Ray and electron
frequencies. We also have a device called a spectrom-
This law is fundamental to the basic concept of eter which uses band-pass filters and also measures
sympathetic vibratory physics. Concord or harmony frequencies. I don't know when these and other simi-
causes unition of elements while discord causes sep- lar devices were invented but their existence demon-
aration or dissociation. One must always keep in strated once again that Keely was a few years ahead
mind that he is not referring to a single vibration but of his time.
to a chord of vibrations. In today's parlance we would
call this a vibration signature. However, in my esti-
mation a vibration signature is a passive measure-
ment of a group of associated vibrations whereas a DIAGRAM o.
chord of vibration is a properly deteImined set of spe-
cific frequencies one would use as a tool. In other
words, a signature is passive and a chord is causative.
The corollary above says that indifferent elements
may be united by changing the rate of either element.
An element not in harmony made be rendered into a
concordant condition (matching frequencies) by in-
creasing or decreasing its vibrations. A simple way of
doing this, as everyone knows or should know, is by
simply heating one or both of the elements. Heat is a
vibration and when applied to a mixture will bring
about a commonalty of frequencies such that the two
previously unrelatable elements will relate and merge w
..)
(unify themselves) into a common substance. An-
o
~
other great source of vibratory motion is water. The
molecular vibrations of water have the same effect (in £1.= . 0
the final analysis) as heat. Q
Table of atomic pitches can easily be prepared and
then matched with computers. The various possible
positions of frequencies can be related from element •

to element similar to what I've done with the previ-


ously mentioned Music Interval Spreadsheet (see
SVP March, 1987 page 5). By matching the various
frequencies the points of harmony and discords are
readily discernible and this data may be used to pre-
dict the mixability and conditions of mixability of
various elements or compounds, etc ..
The last part of the scholiums indicates instruments
can be made to measure frequencies. Remember this
law was published in 1894 and what we have today
was simply unknown. Today we have electron micro-

168
Photograph of the fmal Hydro-Vacuo Motor. This motor was donated to The Fr . Institute
by Mr. Howson, Keely's lawyer. Its story is on page 84.

169
Law of Chemical Di ciation
"If the pitch of either atom, in a molecule, be raised or lowered; or, if they
both be unequally raised or lowered in pitch until the mutual ratio be that of a
discord; or, if the oscillation amplitude be augmented by heat until the atoms
are with the concentric waves of attraction, - the atoms will separate."
Keely, 1894

Commentary January, 1988 traction. For it is only at and on these rings that a par-
ticle is stable. Therefore they must possess this quali-
Last month there was mentioned some rather star- ty of attraction for if they didn't the particle would
tling statements about Keely disintegrating quartz. not be attracted to them and be held these. This action
That ultrasonic vibrations can break stones or other is not unlike particles on a Chladni plate. The nodal
hard materials should be of no surprise to readers of lines or areas are places of "least activity" or quiet
this publication. Kidney stones breaker are in many when compared to the intervening spaces which have
hospitals throughout the land and many dentists now comparatively greater activity or motion. Just as has
have an ultrasonic device operating at 25 kHz which been indicated in past issues - the male energy is ac-
literally explodes tartar from teeth. What is surprising tive and the female is quiescent. It is the female or
in the article is that Keely claims to have been able to negative part of vibrations that possesses this quality
disintegrate a ton of quartz in 15 seconds - and this of attraction. A very universal principle as we can see
was in 1887! The other surprise (to me) was the this even in human psychology.
wording in this particular law. Keely used the word It is like the attractive energy says "thus far and no
amplitude - no big deal but in last month's article he further you can go." Small wonder then that nuclei
used the word intensify - as in intensifying vibrations. "capture" wandering particles just as suns capture
I had supposed intensify was his intended word for planets or asteroids and women capture loose males!!
amplify - but now I see that it was not. He intensified I could go on and on with this subject of positive/
vibrations but amplified oscillations. These are two negative or male/female interactivity - I find it a fas-
distinct and different things. His own definition of os- cinating subject - however I'd rather progress on to
cillation by his own hand is: OSCILLATION is a the next subject.
rhythmical motion of a body within itself. A good
analogy of this type of motion is a water balloon we
used to play with when I was young and wilder.
When the balloon was launched it oscillated within
the confines of its elastic membrane kind of like jello Concentric Rings
on a plate. Amplifying a vibration is an increase in
the force or degree of polarity as measured from the
zero or neutral state. In other words to amplify a vi- ric Ring'
These concentric rings represent
the zones of neutrality upon which
bration we are increasing its state of either positive or the orbiting particles 'ride'.
negative or both states of polarization. The zones are neutral, the centers
of the particles are neutral thus
any polarization or pcNarized zone
Another curiosity of this law is the phrase "the at- of the p;article will shy away from
oms are with the concentric waves of attraction." them and hence the centers will
seek their own aHinities resulting
Now immediately what comes to mind are the orbital in dissociation.
paths of particles within a molecule or atom. These
paths (and their distance from the center) have been
quantified using Planck's Constant. Under current
theory a particle will maintain its orbit until a certain
quantity of energy has been applied thus causing it to
"jump" to the next orbital path. These orbital paths
are what Keely refers to as concentric waves of at-

170
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Universal Laws Never Before Revealed: Keely's Secrets

Law ofCh position


"New molecules must be harmonics of the fundamental pitch."
Keely, 1894

Commentary February, 1988 is one of the aspects of gases. The molecules are dis-
cordant one to another and repulse the other bodies
If anything can be said about Keely's physical phi- around themselves. This repulsion is also by degrees
losophy it is that of consistency. Over and over the of discordance. The greater the discord and amplitude
same idea is conveyed. For vibrating bodies to asso- the greater the pressure developed by the gas.
ciate they must be of a harmonic relationship. Re- Thus perhaps we can see where or how Keely took
member that this harmonic relationship is not restrict- plain water (a partially discordant collection of mole-
ed to numbers of octaves as 2, 4, 8, etc .. It also cules) and increased their particular frequency ampli-
applies to the other intervals as are demonstrated in tude until it simply "exploded" itself into a vapor. By
music notation. Greater number intervals simply im- knowing the frequencies of the vapor he could simply
plies less aggregative power by degrees. In other repeat the process using higher and higher frequen-
words a molecule may be very in dense when the . cies until he had a confined plasma gas under incredi-
numbers are octaves or even fourths or fifths but may ble pressure. This we hope to demonstrate in the next
be much less dense if the interval is a ninth or subsequent issues and articles, it was this plasmic gas
twelfth. he apparently used to power his cannon and motors.
The vibrations of a molecule may be said to be its
signature. The signature, together with the fundamen-
tal, is synonymous with Keely's term "mass chord."
Conversely if the intervals be rendered into dis-
cords and amplified we may expect dissociation. This

I ONE WAVE (CONVENTIONAL) I


POSITIVE ZONE I ONE WAVE I ONE WAVE ----ll (TRUE)

Positive-Negative Positive-Positive
++ +- ++
++ +- ++ +-
Neutr a 1 Negative Line -+ -- Neutral Negative Line

NEGATIVE ZONE Negative-Positive Negative-Negative

-+ --

172
The Compound Disintegrator as it is today - stripped and canabalized of parts.
It is now preserved in the American Precision Museum in Windsor, Vermont.

173
Universal Laws Never Before Revealed: Keely's Secrets

Law of Chelldcal Substitution


"(Too complex for brief statement)"

Keely, 1894

Commentary March, 1988 there is more of Keely's writings. I hope that one day
this person will come forward and allow these materi-
The ftrst law mentioned above has not an explana- als to become public,for the benefit of us all.
tion with it. As you see it written above is the way it
has come to me. There is no more written on this law
by John Keely in the material I have in my posses-
sion. Some persons have accused me of withholding
this information - but it is not available to me. This is
more evidence that somewhere, in someone's care

ETHER OR r~ ER
"The luminiferous ether - the compound interetheric element - in other words, celestial
mind force - is the substance of which all visible and invisible things are composed." Keely
circa 1888
"JEther is an atomolic liquid 986,000 times the density of steel." Keely
"The fundamental mode of vibration changes as we reach the fifth subdivision [of mat-
ter], to the dominant, the diatonic third of the mass chord, which controls the vibratory states
of both the etheron and interetheron. The awful might concealed in the depths of the etheric
and interetheric subdivisions utterly transcends anything Science has ever known. Even the
theoretical energy value of radium now accepted by Science, pales into insignificance in
comparison to the energy value of an equal amount of water subdivided to the etheric or in-
teretheric state." Keely

According to Rudolph Steiner there are four different typse of ether:

Life Ether
Light Ether
Chemical or Tone Ether
Warmth Ether

174

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Universal Laws Never Before Revealed: Keely's Secrets

Law of Catalysis
The presence of harmonics and discords.

Keely, 1894

COlllmentary March, 1988 much has already been written about this process I
(together with previous law) fear it would be redundant to rewrite what has al-
ready been presented in past issues.
This law appears to be a simple reiteration of what
has been so often mentioned in previous laws. The
actions of chemical dissolution and fOImation are
governed by the harmonics and discords present in
the active and passive elements under discussion. So

Over Unity is Recognized in Conventional Science


CAVITATION: "The collapse of the smaller vapor filled cavities [during cavitation] causes many extreme results as the in-
tensity of the resulting shock wave may be considerably greater than the originating action." (1)

"Cavitation is mainly known for its harmful effects, namely, loss of performance, erosion, and noise,(2) However, attempts to
induce and harness cavitation for useful purposes have been increasingly successful. [For instance] In high-pressure jets,
cavitation has for some time now been purposely induced in order to increase their drilling, cutting, and cleaning capabil-
ities. "(3)

".. . pressure of thousands of atmospheres may be developed at the moment when the cavity collapses to a small fraction of
the original diameter. Such collapses are, therefore, bound to cause enormous effects, as high kinetic energies are
being concentrated at very small spots. "(4)

"To give an idea of the amazing effects of cavitation, it may be pointed out that after a destroyer had rushed for several
hours at maximum speed, the armor plates above the propeller were pierced by a hole of the dimension of about one square
~
.00 t . "(5]

"If the cavities are larger than about 10-4 cm in diameter the pressure at the solid [boundary] is about 1000 atmospheres
(14,000 psi), while smaller bubbles give rise to increasingly higher pressures."(6)

"While denucleated liquids may have a number of practical applications such as their use for a transmission medium in high
intensity ultrasonic equipment, the use of enhanced nucleation in liquids could have far reaching possibilities. If it were pos-
sible materially to reduce the power necessary for active cavitation many of the actions utilizing the phenomenon of cavita-
tion would become more economic and practical from the point of view of commercial exploitation. "(6)

(I)Crawford, Alan E.•Ultrasonic Engineering with particular reference to high power applications; Butterworths Scientific Publications, 1955, London . pg 26.
(2)Hammitt, F. G., Cavitation and Multipahse Flow Phenomena, McGraw-Hill International Company, 1980.
(3)Johnson, V. E., Jr., Chahine, G. L., Lindemuth, W. T., Conn, A. F., Frederick, G. S ., and Giacchino, G. J. Jr., Cavitating and Structured letsfor Mechanical
Bits to Increase Drilling Rates. ASME Journal of Energy Resources Technology, Vol. 106,1984. pp. 282-294.
(4)Pra Jca sh, Satya. and Ghosh, Ashim K., Ultrasonics and Colloids, Scientific Research Committee, Allahabad, India, 1961.
(5)Pra Jca sh, Satya, and Ghosh, Ashim K., Ultrasonics and Colloids, Scientific Research Committee, Allahabad, India, 1961.
(6)Crawford, Alan E., Ultrasonic Engineering with Particular Reference to High Power Applications; Butterworths Scientific Publications, 1955, London. pg

176



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177
Law of Molec thesis ilnd Combination
"The molecular pitch must be a derived harmony of the radicals.
Scholium: Reconstruction of electric units to represent pitches and amplitudes."
Keely, 1894

Commentary April, 1988 in its natural state?


The drawing below shows very easily how these
This law is another example of what appears to be shapes merge one with another - each equating the
the fundamental principle conveyed throughout Kee- other - without a fraction of excess of difference. It is
ly's work. That all frequencies being dealt with must sometimes helpful and more relevant to visualize
always be a harmonic relationship if the intention is these shapes as 3-dimensional entities. Thus we can
to maintain integrity. When seeking to create mole- see a hexahedron inside a cube inside a sphere. All
cules from atoms the end frequency must be in har- the points or apexes meeting on common points and
monic relation to the frequencies of the combining [ 11(' center pivot point is likewise shared.

frequencies of the atoms. (If the hypotenuse A is the


fundamental: the sum of the squares of the height b
and base a demonstrates this.) If the atoms (b and a ) I
have a frequency of 2 or 3 then the resulting mole-
cule A must have a frequency relative to 2 or 3 for /:\ CI~Cl~
the molecule to be stable. I

The scholium evidently refers back to what was


said in the Law of Chemical Affinity (SVP Decem-
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science and nature. Just as music has all of its com- /, ..- .- .- \ / ..... ... \
ponents relative to one another so to should science ..-
restructure its mathematical components such that we
aren't burdened with overly complex formulae and
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methods while attempting to decipher nature's art.
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Relativity of Circles and Triangles
by Dale Pond The next drawing shows equilateral triangles cir-
cumscribed by circles which are in tum circum-
scribed

by triangles.
• •
The relative values of each di-
It is a marvel of nature how simply She works. The menSlOns lS gIven.
elegance of matching triangles with circles can be ex-
tended to encompass squares and cubes. Nature
works with whole numbers as can be witnessed in ev-
ery egg eaten at breakfast. Even seen 9110 of an egg

178
- Simultaneously:
Volume of sphere is increased: 8x
Surface of circle is increased: 4x
Volume of hexahedron is increased: 8x
Surface of hexahedron is increased: 4x

• :i These relationship are all octaves or double oc-


taves. Therefore they all remain in sync or harmony
no matter to what degree of expansion. In other
words, the 3-dimensional solid maintains its integrity
at all times. We've been told by Keely that harmonic
(octave) relationship are the strongest and most stable
t..t_ _, . - - - - - "
- perhaps these numbers demonstrate that assertion.

t
, Neutral Center Defined
,~ by Dale Pond
Keely says the neutral center is that area contained
in a sphere as one-third of its total volume. Looking
t at his three-body molecule design below the confines
J1 of the neutral center can be seen as a circle (visualize
this as 3-dimensional sphere) with its perimeter run-
Notice that each increase from one size to the ning just beyond the centers of each of the three re-
next larger size is a doubling of values, always equal- volving bodies. This neutral center perimeter coin-
ly. This is synonymous with the increase of a single cides with a one-half radius perimeter of each
value in music (middle C for instance) which be- revolving body. FurthelIllore, this one-half perimeter
comes its octave - each dimension doubles in value. intersection point, happens to coincide with the cen-
In the diagram we can see three distinct series of ter points of the next smaller enclosed triplet of bod-
numbers. Each begins with a different integer yet ies. Geometrically this circumscribed area defines
each doubles in the same manner. The circle integer one-third of a sphere's volume.
begins with a relative value of 4 as diameter. The tri-
angle begins with a relative value of 6 as diameter
and 7 as the length of a side.
These numbers, when expressed via music nota-
tion, form the following intervals:

6:4 Perfect Founb


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7:4 Haxmonic Seventh


ebb

7:6 Augmented Second


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Slll~ \.. the tertn neutral implies neither negall Vl: lI"r
These intervals pertain to the linear dimensions of positive charge or state we can see why he called thiS
the circles and triangles. Likewise the areas are also area of volume neutral. The three bodies each pos-
doubled from one size to the next. But what about the •
sess a charge - negative, positive and one is neutral .
volume? According to Buckminster Fuller: "Every The point at which they each meet cancels out the
time we double the diameter of a spherical structure, charge of the other and hence we have a state of mu-
we increase its contained atmosphere eight10ld and tual charge or one that may be called neutral when
its enclosing sUlface only fourfold." Therefore we can considered relative to the charge on the opposite or
express this doubling as follows: outermost hemisphere of each body. One is reminded
of the well known phenomenon in electricity that a
Double any dimension: 2x hollow cannot contain a positive charge but which
Double area: 2x charge always travels to the points or outer rims of
Perimeter of circle: 2x any containing shape.
Perimeter of triangle: 2x Therefore the inner one-third volume is neutral
while the outer three points of the three bodies main-
tain their respective positive, negative and neutral
states.

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Law of Chemical Morpholo


"The angle of crystallization is determined by the relation between the molecular
pitch of the crystallizing substance to the vibration-density of the liquid depositing
I't • "

Keely, 1894

Commentary May, 1988 and emphasizing the six nodal lines along which the
micro-crystals of ice (directionally vectored and ag-
This law is very interesting especially with the fad- gregated water molecules) aggregate. The third vec-
dish beliefs surrounding crystals reportedly possess- tor (heat and cold vector), at right angles to the two-
ing mystical properties that is so prevalent now days. plane configuration, has little coincidence (numeric
To this day I have found no concrete or verifiable ar- synchrony) with those of the six-directional vector
guments explaining why crystal do what so many frequencies (thus resisting amplifying resonance) of
profess them to do - perform miraculous healing or the biplane hence little aggregation takes place on
establish some sort of high level communication with this plane of vector.
other life forms. For this symmetrical aggregation to take place wa-
One of the few properties of crystals I've been able ter must possess this vibration pattern or better the
to uncover (the subsequent meaning of which is pure hydrogen-oxygen association must possess this pat-
conjecture at this point) is the fact that crystals pos- tern. The question then is, "Does the hydrogen-
sess a vector quality or directional valency. Meaning oxygen molecule possess a chord of frequencies that
a crystalline substance has different values depending would manifest as Keely's law predicts it should?"
on the direction in which such values are measured. His diagram of a molecule shows this configuration if
This vector quality extends to heat transfer, light re- we assume his diagram is one of the water molecule.
fraction and reflection and cohesion (1 ). Directional What does modern science say of this?
valency is no small factor as each of these functions "As we know, the molecules of any substance are
is based on frequency count and form - according to in constant motion, this motion being of an oscillato-
what we have been learning from Keely's work. ry nature in solid substances. When we place a solid
By way of illustration the fonnation of a hexagonal in a liquid which can dissolve it, individual molecules
and flat shaped snowflake from a spherical droplet of are gradually torn away from its surface as a result of
water may be useful. This illustration is, by necessity, interaction with the molecules of the solvent. The
an over simplification of the issue. The actions of separation of the molecules from the surface of the
subatomic particles are, for the most part, shrouded in solid is caused by their own oscillatory motion on the
great mystery. The effort here is to push back the veil one hand, and by attraction on the part of the solvent
just a little. It may be years before we may have a molecules on the other. This process would continue
complete and accurate revelation concerning these until all the solute present dissolved, were it not for
matters. the reverse process, namely, crystallization, proceed-
Taking Keely's premise that cohesive forces act ac- ing simultaneously. When the molecules which have
cording to harmonic vibrations (synchronized accord- passed into solution collide with the surface of the
ing to number) then we might assume that the spheri- substance not yet Dissolved, they are attracted back
cal droplet of water possesses a vector pattern of to it and forlll part of its crystals. Obviously, the high-
frequencies, emphasized along a triple plane configu- er the concentration of the solution, the faster the so-
ration which planes vibrate similarly to a Chladni lute molecules will deposit from it. And since the con-
plate only in three-dimensions - or equidistant areas centration keeps increasing as the substance
of intense vibration (relatively speaking) which com- dissolves, there comes a moment at length when the
~ine al~ng s~x equidistant node lines. It is an assump- rate of solution becomes equal to the rate of crystalli-
tlon to Imagme one of these vectors becoming damp- zation and dynamic equilibrium is established, it is
ened (the heat vector) thus rendering the spherical then said to be saturated." (2)
form into a flattened pattern along two-dimensions

180

ere s

"When a solid dissolves, its crystal lattice is brok- takes place on the ionic level. When electrolytes are
en down and its molecules (or irons) distributed dissolved in water their molecules break up to a
through the bulk of the solvent." greater or lesser degree into ions, i.e., electrically
"Indeed, by various methods of investigation it has charged particles: which may be "simple" or "elemen-
been proved that when dissolved the molecules of tary," a single atom or even several atoms together.
many substances unite with the molecules of the sol- Since the particles are vibrating the vectors evidently
vent to fOIln a special type of compound called sol- possess a frequency chord of their own and set up a
vates." (3) resonance along certain axis. The water molecules,
"The formation of solvates is due to the polarity of which possess these same chords, will align them-
the solute molecules, owing to which the latter attract selves along a resonant path and establish themselves
the polar molecules of the solvent. It is obvious that as parts of this "stream" or "current" of resonating
the more polar both types of molecules are, the more frequencies. Thus creating straight lines and angles
stable the solvates. And since water molecules have which are so prevalent in crystal formation.
the highest polarity of all ordinary solvents, we have It appears that it was Jacobus Hendricus Van't Hoff
to deal mostly with hydrates in practice." (3) (1852-1911) who was the first recognized scientist to
"The idea of the existence of hydrates in aqueous put forth this idea of directional valency in atoms and
solutions was suggested and grounded in the 1880s molecules.
by Mendeleyev. Confirmation of the chemism of so- Directional valency is pictured below where a
lution is that many substances crystallize out of their molecule of water (shown as an ionic crystal) on the
aqueous solutions in a fOIIIl containing what is left possessing six poles (Keely's original configura-
known as water of crystallization, a definite number tion) is attracted to the ends of the polar molecule
of water molecules combining with each molecule of stretching the latter, moving the poles apart, resulting
solute. "This," wrote Mendeleyev, "leads us to be- in dissociation into separate ions. This polar attrac-
lieve that there are such or similar compounds be- tion and formation or arrangement of polarized parti-
tween the solute and the solvent in the solutions them- cles becomes the lattice structure of the resultant
selves, though in liquid (and partly decomposed) compound that if solidified becomes a crystal exactly
form." (4) reflecting this polar alignment. Not forgetting that
"The solubility of most substances decreases as the particles are in actually something similar to "bundles
temperature falls and therefore if hot saturated solu- of vibrating energies" and not hard billiard ball like
tions are cooled,the excess of solute usually crystaliz- objects and that each of these vibrating bundles of en-
es out. However, if these solutions are cooled careful- ergy possess a certain frequency or chord of frequen-
ly and slowly, care being taken not to let any solid cies and that an electron (electronic or electrical ener-
particles of the solute into the solution, the crystals
may notfall out (form). In this case the resulting solu-
tion contains considerably more solute than is re-
quired to saturate the solution at that temperature.
This solution is then said to be supersaturated. If left
undisturbed they may remain unchanged for years.
But if only a tiny crystal of the solute is introduced
into the solution, other crystals immediately begin to
Dwociation of pol.r molecules in solution
grow around it and in a short time the entire excess of
solute will have crystallized out. Sometimes crystalli-
zation may be initiated by simply shaking the solu-
tion or by rubbing a glass against the walls of the ves-
sel containing the solution. gy) is also fundamentally vibratory in nature then we
From the above it follows that supersaturated solu- might possible find ourselves in a position of admit-
tions are unstable systems capable of existing only of ting that Keely's law, as stated above, is accurate.
there are no solid particles of the solute present in the
solution. The possibility of these solutions existing Keely's Chords and
for a long time is due to the difficulty of the initial Synthesized Wave Forms
formation of minute "germ" crystals, called crystalli-
zation centers, from which crystallization spreads By Dale Pond
through the bulk of the solution.
Since the crystals of each substance are character- Perhaps one of the more puzzling aspects of Kee-
ized by a quite definite arrangement of the particles ly's legacy is his constant reference to chords - all
forming them, the appearance of a crystallization cen- kinds of chords. He even goes as far as alleging that
ter evidently requires that the particles, which are in a certain chords possess or perform certain and specif-
state of continuous disorderly movement in the solu- ic actions. This part of the of the puzzle can now be
tion, be grouped at some point of the solution precise- answered at least in part. With the solution of this
ly in the order characteristic of the crystals of the sub- problem we will see that Keely knew what he was
stance in question." (5) doing and some of the ever nagging question on his
All of this tells us that the atoms and molecules character can forevermore be put to rest. It goes
tend to arrange themselves according to their polar without saying that just because we don't understand
forces of attraction and repulsion and this polarity him doesn't mean be didn't understand his own work.

181
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different from each other. Is it too difficult to see that
0. ~I.( 7 _opi
they may have varying effects on resonant bodies?
They have varying effects on the ear, the pulse wave
sounds brighter than a sine wave because there is
more amplitude in its higher harmonics, relatively
M' iLstl 3

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speaking. This is shown in the next diagram where
o 0 0
the sounds of different instruments are shown to be
due to different wave patterns which in turn has just
been shown to be due to a different chord composed
of the fundamental and varying harmonics and rela-
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tive differences in amplitude of the separate frequen-

CIes.
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Ampl itude
modu lated
SIgnal
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Modulating
signal
It is commonly and scientifically known that wave
forllls. as used throughout electronic music synthesis. if =_ ::::=-Pf ff====--I't"-=::::: :.1 w;-· .1
utilizes different shapes of waves. The sine wave _.--",-<r...
_~. &,. ._ , ~....._~....-t?-_ _ " (fee t
which is the most widely known as an undulation
curve much like an ocean wave. Another wave form Amplitude modulation.
is the square wave and yet another is sometimes
called a saw-tooth wave or triangle wave. These three
-
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forllls of waves are depicted below.


Modulating
SINE SQUARE SAwrOOTH PtJt..SE signal
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•" Musical
result
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I Frequency modUlation.

~. t When asked how be was able to generate his forces


t Kcdy replied: The different conditions include the
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I I
der different mediums for intensifying vibration as as-
sociated with them progressively from the molecular
-e- -e- -e- •

to the inter-electric:
Amplitude
or the First: Percussion;
Harmonics Second: Undulation;
• - I _ _ Third: Vibratory undulation;
Fundamental F. 3rd 5th 7 th~ F.2 3 4 5 6 7 89 F.2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Fourth: Vibratory percussion:
Harmonic series. Fifth: Water and air;
Sixth: Air alone."
What is really interesting about wave forms is that
each one of them is made up of several notes or fre- It is my belief that this phrase is Keely's descrip-
quencies. Therefore each wave form is not just a sin- tion of four different types of wave patterns. Percus-
gle note but a chord of notes or group of frequen- sion, as if hitting something sharply, creates a wave
cies. 1 And what is more - each chord of notes is form giving great amplitude to the higher harmonics
different. The notes (relative frequencies) which which is characterized by a pulse wave. The striking
make up each of these wave form patterns are shown of a hammer on a hard surface can be analyzed and
below. its spectrum of frequencies demonstrates percussive
A similar wave forll1 may be created using differ- forms or pulse wave patterns. Undulation may be the
ent chords of frequencies. This process is called Fre- sine wave form we are most accustomed to, The vi-
quency Modulation or PM. When the frequencies of brating pattern of a rod set in vibration is a good ex-
the chord are similar the modifying difference is in- ample of this type of wave pattern. The vibratory un-
troduced by changing the relative amplitudes of the dulation may be the saw-toothed wave of a frequency
individual notes. This is called Amplitude Modula- modulated pattern. The vibratory percussion may be
tion or AM. akin to some type of pulse-like wave forl11, The fifth
The term chord therefore may be seen as a very ge- and sixth steps above are in reference to his use of
neric term and in actually these chords may be quite these wave forms within differing "mediums," A

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"medium" of course refers to the vibrating environ- Mr. Keely'S New Philosophy
ment - whether atmospheric, water, gas or types and
fOi ms of material such as his famous platinum, gold by Clara Jessup Bloomfield-Moore
and silver wires. But whatever the wave may be Scientific Arena
called the name is unimportant. What is important is December, 1886
its shape which is caused by the fundamental and its
harmonics each with their own amplitude. We can In reading, quite recently, Macvicar's "Sketch of a
change the different harmonics and get a new wave Philosophy," I have been frequently struck by the
fOim or we can change the amplitude of anyone or similarity of the views between himself and the dis-
several of the harmonics and likewise change the coverer of etheric force, whose inventions you have
wave for Ill. noticed in your column. How long it may be before
Keely's "disturbance of equilibrium" is the actual men of science will think it worth their while to mas-
creation of the sound (perceptible vibrations). When ter the details given in the writings of these men re-
his mediums were in equilibrium they may be consid- mains to be seen. The late Dr. Macvicar said that,
ered to be in a state of quietness, neither creating, when he considered how difficult he had found it to
transmitting or receiving vibratory impulses. As was believe that such insight into nature as his views im-
indicated in previous articles - the natural state of ply is possible to be attained, he was not so unreason-
things is harmony between vibrations - a state of mu- able as to expect that others would, in his time, re-
tual balance. It is only when a disturbance is intro- gard them even as probable, much less as proved. He
duced into his harmonium that action (force or ener- expressed himself as content with the private enjoy-
gy) is perceived by Man. ment which these views imparted to himself, "espe-
Thus the idea of the Void, as mentioned in Genesis cially as that enjoyment is not merely the gratifica-
and John, can be pictured as a state of Perfect Har- tion of a chemical curiosity, but attaches to a much
monium. This quietness was disturbed by the Crea- larger field of thought." One of the points to which he
tive Force extant throughout itself when it desired refers, as possessing great value to his own mind, is
companionship - as the story goes. 2 Thus we can see the place which his investigations assigns to material
that sound (or that which causes sound) has three nature in the universe of being. He says that it is
states of being - positive or creative, negative or as- much the fashion in the present day to regard matter
similative and neutral (equilibrium). The Void there- and force, more shortly matter, as all in all. But, ac-
fore must be considered as neutral and this argument cording to the view of things which has presented it-
lends considerable credence to the concept that the self to both of these men, "matter comes out rather as
universe is a vast "sea of neutrinos" from which can a precipitate in the universal ether, determined by a
be evoked (precipitated) any form of material mani- mathematical necessity; a grand and beautiful cloud-
festation one is capable of calling forth. work in the realm of light, bounded on both sides by
This idea of infinite potentiality coincides with a world of spirits, on the upper and anterior side, by
concepts put forth by mystics, magi, spiritual organi- the great Creator himself, and the hierarchy of spirits
zation and other systems of belief which may be to which he awarded immediate existence; and on the
based on ancient knowledge. This idea of infinite po- lower and posterior side, by that world of spirits of
tentiality is not admitted to by the doctrine of materi- which the material body is the mother and nurse."
alism or those systems of belief built upon such nar- Macvicar says the hypothesis that there are no beings
rowly derived understandings. Various systems of in the universe but those who possess a molecular
belief that tend to enslave thought and action such as structure, and that sensibility and intelligence take
totalitarianism, socialism, fascism and communism their first beginnings in such structures, is one of the
are all founded upon the idea that "resources are fi- most inadequate conceptions that was ever proposed
nite" and must be controlled by a few "for the benefit for scientific belief, and posterior side, by that world
of the many." It is seen that Truth, assuming these of spirits of which the material body is the mother
ideas as put forth are near the truth, can indeed set and nurse." Macvicar says the hypothesis that there
Mankind free. To paraphrase Buckminster Fuller on are no beings in the universe but those who possess a
the fuel shortage of the 1970s: "There is no fuel molecular structure, and that sensibility and intelli-
shortage - only a shortage of technology (applied gence take their first beginnings in such structures, is
knowledge). " one of the most inadequate conceptions that was ever
proposed for scientific belief. Science is not only
1. A musical note is a frequency relative to another fre- very blind, but glorifies in her blindness. She gropes
quency. The degree of relativity between notes is called an among the dead seeking the origin of life, instead of
interval. A simple frequency is an unrelative number of cy-
cles. going to the Fountain of all life, the Ever Living, as
these philosophers have done.
2. According to this Philosophy of Sympathy - fIrst there The theorizing on the philosophy of planetary sus-
is a creative vibratory force which by natural necessity pension Mr. Keely says: "As regards planetary vol-
must have an assimilative opposite force to which it is at- ume, we would ask in a scientific point of view: How
tracted and adheres to and continues activity with. This idea can the immense difference of volume in the planets
is presented in Genesis as the story of Adam and Eve, the exist without disorganizing the harmonious action
dance of Shiva of Hindu origins and countless other ancient that has always characterized them? I can only an-
depictions. swer this question properly by entering into a pro-
gressive analysis, starting on the rotating etheric cen-

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ters that were flxed by the Creator with their attrac- mass they have to carry, but the foundations of the
tive or accumulative power. If you ask what power it universe rest on a vacuous point far more minute
is that gives to each etheric atom its inconceivable ve- than a molecule; in fact, to express this truth proper-
locity of rotation (or introductory impulse), I must an- ly, on an inter-etheric point, which requires an infi-
swer that no flnite mind will ever be able to conceive nite mind to understand. To look down into the
what it is. The philosophy of accumulation" (assimi- depths of an etheric center is precisely the same as it
lation, Macvicar calls it) "is the only proof that such a would be to search into the broad space of heaven's
power has been given. The area, if we can so speak of ether to find the end; with this difference, that one is
such an atom, presents to the attractive or magnetic, the positive field, while the other is the negative
the elective or propulsive, all the receptive force and field... "
all the antagonistic force that characterizes a planet of Again Mr. Keely gives some suggestive thoughts
the largest magnitude; consequently, as the accumula- as follows: "In seeking to solve the great problems
tion goes on, the perfect equation remains the same. which have baffled me, from time to time, in my pro-
When this minute center has been flxed, the power to gressive researches, I have often been struck by the
rend it from its position would necessarily have to be fact that I have, to all seeming, accidentally tripped
as great as to displace the most immense planet that over their solution. The mind of man is not infinite,
exists. When this atomic neutral center is displaced, and it requires an infinite brain to evolve infinite po-
the planet must go with it. The neutral center carries sitions. My highest power of concentration failed to
the full load of any accumulation from the start, and attain the results which, at last, seeming accident re-
remains the same, forever balanced in the eternal vealed. God moves in a mysterious way his wonders
space." to perform; and if he has chosen me as the tool to
Mr. Keely illustrates his idea of "a neutral center" carve out certain positions, what credit have I?
in this way: "We will imagine that, After an accumu- None; and, though it is an exalting thought that he
lation of a a planet of any diameter - say, 20,000 has singled me out for specific work, I know that the
miles, more or less, for the size has nothing to do finest tool is of no value without a manipulator. It is
with the problem - there should be a displacement of the artist who handles it that makes ti what it is. In-
all the material, with the exception of a crust 5000 difference to the marvels which surround us is a deep
miles thick, leaving an intervening void between this reproach. If we have neither leisure nor inclination to
crust and a center of the size of an ordinary billiard- strive to unravel some of the mysteries of nature,
ball, it would then require a force as great to move which task to the utmost the highest order of human
this small central mass as it would to move the shell intelligence, we can at least exercise and improve our
of 5000 miles thickness. Moreover, this small central intellectual faculties by making ourselves acquainted
mass would carry the load of this crustforever, keep- with the operation of agencies already revealed to
ing it equi-distant; and there could be no opposing man; learning, by the experience of the past, to be
power, however great, that could bring them togeth- tolerant of all truth; remembering that one of Na-
er. The imagination staggers in contemplating the im- ture's agencies, known once as of use only in awaken-
mense load which bears upon this point of center, ing men's minds to an awful sense of the Creator's
where weight ceases. This is what we understand by power, has now become a patient slave ofman's will,
the neutral center. " rushing upon his errands with the speed of light
Again, Mr. Keely, in explanation of the working of around the inhabited globe ... "
his engine, says: "In the conception of any machine In comparing the tenuity of the atmosphere with
heretofore constructed, the medium for inducing a that of the etheric flows obtained by Mr. Keely from
neutral center has never been found. If it had, the dif- his invention for breaking up the molecules of air by
ficulties of perpetual-motion seekers would have end- vibrations, he says, "it is as platinum to hydrogen gas.
ed, and this problem would have become an estab- Molecular separation of air brings us to the flrst sub-
lished and operating fact. It would only require an division only; inter-molecular, to the second; atomic,
introductory impulse of a few pounds, on such a de- to the third; inter-atomic, to the fourth; etheric, to the
vice, to cause it to run for centuries. In the concep- ftfth; and inter-etheric, to the sixth subdivision, or
tion of my vibratory engine, I did not seek to attain positive association with luminiferous ether. In my
perpetual motion; but a circuit is formed that actual- introductory argument I have contended that this is
ly has a neutral center, which is in a condition to be the vibratory envelope of all atoms. In my deflnition
vivified by my vibratory ether, and while under oper- of atom I do not conflne myself to the sixth subdivi-
ation, by said substance, is really a machine that is sion, where this luminiferous ether is developed in it's
virtually independent of the mass (or globe), and it is crude fO! 111, as far as my research prove. I think this
the wonderful velocity of the vibratory circuit which idea will be pronounced, by the physicists of the
makes it so. Still, with all its perfection, it requires to present day, a wild freak of the imagination. Possibly,
be fed with the vibratory ether to make it an indepen- in time, a light may fall upon this theory that will
dent motor... " bring its simplicity forward for scientiflc research. At
Alluding to his illustration of a neutral center, Mr. present I can only compare it to some planet in a dark
Keely says: 'The man who can, even in a simple way, space, where the light of the sun of science has not
appreciate this vast problem has been endowed by yet reached it..."
the Creator with one of the greatest gifts which He It seems particularly fltting that The Scientific Are-
can bestow upon a mortal...All structures require a na should be the flrst to make known to the reading
foundation in strength according to the weight of the public Mr. Keely's marvelous researches and still

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more marvelous inventions, inasmuch as the view of division comes next to sound, but is above sound. The
its editor on some subjects are identical with those action of the flow of a magnetic coincides somewhat
held by Mr. Keely. Take, for example, the following to the receiving and distributing portion of the human
quotation from one of Mr. Keely's papers: "I as- brain, giving off at times a depreciating ratio of the
sume that sound. like odor. is a real substance of un- amount received. It is a grand illustration of the con-
known and wonderful tenuity, emanating from a body trol of mind over matter, which gradually depreciates
where it has been induced by percussion. and throw- the physical till dissolution takes place. The magnet
ing out absolute corpuscles of matter - inter-atomic on the same ratio gradually loses its power and be-
particles - with a velocity of 1120 feet per second. in comes inert. If the relations that exist between mind
vacuo 20.000. (1) The substance which is thus dissem- and matter could be equated, and so held. we would
inated is a part and parcel of the mass agitated. and live on in our physical state eternally, as there would
if kept under this agitation continuously would, in the be no physical depreciation. But this physical depre-
course of a certain cycle of time. become thoroughly ciation leads, at its tenninus, to the source of a much
absorbed by the atmosphere; or. more truly, would higher development - viz., the liberation of the pure
pass through the atmosphere to an elevated point of ether from the crude molecular; which, in my estima-
tenuity corresponding to the condition of sub-division tion, is to be much desired. Thus God moves in a sim-
that governs its liberation from its parent body." ply way his wonders to perform ... "
[Here comes in Dr. Macvicar's Cosmical Law of As- Again, Mr. Keely writes as follows: "I shall not
similation.] Mr. Keely continues: "The sounds from forestall an unproved conclusion. but fight step by
vibratory forks, set so as to produce etheric chords. step on the dark paths I am exploring; knowing that,
while disseminating their tones (compound) permeate should I succeed in proving one simple fact in science
most thoroughly all substances that come under the heretofore unknown, I shall in so doing be rewarded
range of their atomic bombardment. The clapping of in the highest degree. In whatever direction the hu-
a bell in vacuo liberates these atoms with the same man mind travels. it comes quickly to a boundary line
velocity and volume as one in the open air; and were which it cannot pass. There is a knowable field of re-
the agitation of the bell kept up continuously for a search. bordered by an unknown tract. My experi-
few million centuries it would thoroughly return to its ence teaches me how narrow is the strip of territory
primitive element; and. if the chamber were hermeti- which belongs to the knowable. how very small the
cally scaled. and strong enough, the vacuous volume portion which has been traversed and taken posses-
surrounding the bell would be brought to a pressure sion of In this our century of widely diffused knowl-
of many thousands of pounds to the square inch. by edge how ignorant is the vast majority! The father we
the tenuous substance evolved. In my estimation. traverse the unknowable, the stronger will become
sound truly defined is the disturbance of atomic equi- our faith in the immovable order of the world; for. at
librium. rupturing actual atomic corpuscles; and the each advancing step, we find fresh proofs of the im-
substance thus liberated must certainly be a certain mutable laws that reign over all things - from the fall-
order of etheric flow. Under these conditions is it un- ing apple up to the thoughts, the words. the deeds, the
reasonable to suppose that. if this flow were kept up. will of man; and we find these laws irreversible and
and the body thus robbed of its element, it would in eternal, order and method reigning throughout the
time disappear entirely? All bodies are formed primi- universe. Some details of this universal method have
tively from this high tenuous ether, animal, vegetable. been worked up, and we know them by the names of
and mineral, and they only return to their high gase- "gravitation, " "chemical affinity, " "nerve power, " etc.
ous condition when brought under a state of differen- These material certainties are as sacred as moral
tial equilibrium. " certainties... The nearest approach to a certainty is
Thus Mr. Keely teaches, with Dr. Macvicar, that made. through Harmony with Nature's laws. The sur-
ether is the true protoplasm. est mediums are those which Nature has laid out in
"As regards odor." continues Mr. Keely, "we can her wonderful workings. The man who deviates from
only get some definite idea of its extreme and won- these paths is sure to suffer the penalty of a defeat, as
drous tenuity by taking into consideration that a is seen in the records of "perpetual-motion" seekers. I
large area of atmosphere can be impregnated for a have been classed with such dreamers; but I find con-
long series of years from a single grain of musk; solation in the thought that it is only by those men
which, if weighed after that long interval, will be who are utterly ignorant of the great and marvelous
found to be not appreciably diminished. The great truths which I have devoted my life to demonstrate
paradox attending the flow of odorous particles is and to bring within reach of all. I believe the time is
that they can be held under confinement in a glass near at hand when the principles of etheric evolution
vessel! Here is a substance of much higher tenuity will be established. and when the world will be eager
than the glass that holds it. and yet it cannot escape. to recognize and accept a system that will certainly
It is as a sieve with its meshes large enough to pass create a revolution for the highest benefits of man-
marbles. and yet holding fine sand which cannot pass kind. and inaugurate an era undreamed of by those
through; in fact, a molecular vessel holding an atom- who are now ignorant of the existence of etheric
ic substance. This is a problem that would confound force. "
those who stop to recognize it. But infinitely tenuous
as odor is. it holds a very crude relation to the sub- (1) Keely is saying the sound particles possess this veloci-
stance of subdivision that governs a magnetic flow (a ty, he is not referring to the velocity of compression waves
flow of sympathy, if you please to call it so). This sub- as they propagate through the molecular medium of the at-
mosphere which is ordinarily considered as the speed of

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sound. [f we consider sound as a causative force then it


would be better to say that compression waves propagate
through the atmosphere at 1204 fps and recognize the dis-
tinction of terms as Keely does. The atmosphere is a molec-
ular medium whereas, in his nomenclature, a vacuum is an
inter-atomic medium, i.e., space filled with subatomic parti-
cles - just what we now know it to be. These sound parti-
cles, being themselves subatomic or what we now call pho-
nons (quantized sound vibrations), apparently are able to
travel through this rarefied medium of a vacuum without
interference to coincidental action. Such interference being
caused by the "slow" vibrations of molecules. .

Notes & Scales • Octaves

The two music intervals drawn to


the right are for Unison and the Unison
Octave which Is a doubling or 1 :1 C' 512:512
halving of the two tones ratioed to E:E
oOM Two ThrH F..... Fin Six s.v.n E19M
create Unison. In the case given it
is a halving of one of the unit
F.. ~t S.oond Th1rd F....th Fifth Sbeth S.v.nth Ei9hth
tones . In this eX8rrp", we have Octeve
two lones of C and C each w~h 2 :1 C' 512:256
512 cycles per second. The Octave X:E
is one C with 512 cps and one C 0 C
wi1h 256 cycles per second. The 0 C"
Double Octave is 4:1 ratio or - 256: I 024
twice the Octave ratio. Double OcteYe
o
Ton1o Sop... ~di~nt 500- Domin.nt Sop.,. It.ding Ocbv. .. :1
Ton1o Dominant DomtnMlt, Tont,
C:E
0 C
sw- Sub-
nwdi.n1 Ton1o

Perfect Interval . Power of Beat Harmonics

It is of interest to notice that the eleventh


The Perfec:t Interval Is a Major Interval where the lower tone
and twelfth harmonies, of frequencies
is found to the Major Scale of the upper tone as well as the
C· 2827 and 3084 respecUvely. ar& both
I !pp8f tone is found in the Major Scale of the lower tone. harmonic • 29 257
Second harmonic C" stronger than the fundamental note of
• 7 514
Thl rd hermonlc frequency 257, and as the ear is many
The Major 6th 10 lhe righl is Major as 0 is part of Ih. Major MeJor 6th
G" • 20 771
C- times more sens~jye to notes of the highBf
Scale of F but F Is not part of the Major Scale of O. Therefore fourth harmonic • I 102e
Fifth hermonic E- frequencies than to notes of the lower, the
It is not a Perfect Interval. • 2 1284
sound whk:h the ear perceives must consist
Sixth hermonlc G- • 6 1542
B- almost entirely of tones of these higher
The Perfect 4th to the loWer right is Perfect because F is Seventh harmonic • 6 1928
found in the Mapr Scale of C and C is found in the Major Scale Eighth hermonic ctv • B 2056 frequencies.
of F. Ninth hermonlc Ov • 16 2312
Eiv In other words , the eleventh and twelfth
Tenth her monic • 9 2568
harmonics are composed almost entirely of
Perfec:t Intervals may be a 1st . 4th. 5th and 8th. Eleventh harmonfc f·tv • 30 2827
T....lfth hermonlc tv beats of the lower frequncies . Thus the
• eleventh and twelfth harmonics are
Perf.ct 4th
referred to as the -beat harmonics·.

Properties of Light Ratios - Quantizing to One

(lumino3Itv!
I I i on
ITbermhml IChemlpml related to another number. This relativity is designated
Octeye
I II by the use of ratios. For instance, Unison is expressed as
2 :1
Visible Light Spectrum 1:1 meaning 1 retated to 1 Is Un~y or we may say they
( i'lfr¥td I
equate each other. The ratio for an Octave Is expressed 1:2 o C·512
C 0 E F G A B C 2:1. The 2 is twice the value of 1 therefore an Octave
Red Orellge Vello... Green Blue Indigo Violet Red is composed of two values one of which is twice the other.
2:1::1024:512. This expression is read: 2 is to 1 as
1024 is to 512 . In other words the value of 512 is the
sann. relative value as 1 to 2 when retaled to the value of
Ton~
o SUp.,. t,-t.diMlt Sub- Domw.Mlt l ..dYl<j Oot,v,
1024 .
Sa'P'"
Tonic DomNnt Domin..t, T..... i process of relating 1 to 512 Is called ·quantizing to
Sub- Sub- 1·. Any quantity or frequency can be so quantized to 1.
mtdtM'lt Ton1o I is in . with the Law of One. other
he color. given ere of the hue. or l1ghtend not of pigment. c..:.::.:.::'---...J.

186
I

Nikola Tesla

There manifests itself in the fully de- into existence, in never ending cycles, all
veloped being - MAN - a desire mysteri- things and phenomena. The primary sub-
ous, inscrutable and irresistible: to imitate stance, thrown into infinitesimal whirls of
nature, to create, to work himself the prodigious velocity, becomes gross mat-
wonders he perceives. Inspired to this ter; the force subsiding, the motion ceas-
task he searches, discovers and invents, es and matter disappears, reverting to the
designs and constructs, and covers with primary substance.
monuments of beauty, grandeur and Can man control this grandest, most
awe, the star of his birth. He descends awe-inspiring of all processes in nature?
into the bowels of the globe to bring forth Can he harness her inexhaustible ener-
its hidden treasures and to unlock its im- gies to perform all their functions at his
mense imprisoned energies for his use. bidding? more still cause them to operate
He invades the dark depths of the ocean simply by the force of his will?
and the azure regions of the sky. He If he could do this, he would have
peers in the innermost nooks and recess- powers almost unlimited and supernatu-
es of molecular structure and lays bare to ral. At his command, with but a slight ef-
his gaze worlds infinitely remote. He sub- fort on his part, old worlds would disap-
dues and puts to his service the fierce, pear and new ones of his planning would
devastating spark of Prometeus, the titan- spring into being. He could fix, solidify
tic forces of the waterfall, the wind and and preserve the ethereal shapes of his
the tide. He tames the thundering bolt of imagining, the fleeting visions of his
Jove and annihilates time and space. He dreams. He could express all the crea-
makes the great Sun itself his obedient tions of his mind on any scale, in forms
toiling slave. Such is his power and might concrete and imperishable. He could alter
that the heavens reverberate and the the size of this planet, control its seasons,
whole earth trembles by the mere sound guide it along any path he might choose
of his voice. through the depths of the Universe. He
What has the future in store for this could cause planets to collide and pro-
strange being, born of a breath, of perish- duce his suns and stars, his heat and
able tissue, yet immortal, with his powers light. He could originate and develop life
fearful and divine? What magic will be in all its infinite forms.
wrought by him in the end? What is to be To create and to annihilate material
his greatest deed, his crowning achieve- substance, cause it to aggregate in forms
ment? according to his desire, would be the su-
Long ago he recognized that all per- preme manifestation of the power of
ceptible matter · comes from a primary Man's mind, his most complete triumph
substance, or a tenuity beyond concep- over the physical world, his crowning
tion, filling all space, the Akasa or luminif- achievement, which would place him be-
erous ether, which is acted upon by the side his Creator, make him fulfill his ulti-
lifegiving Prana or creative force, calling mate destiny.

187
Law of Atomic Dissociation
"Overtones of high rad-energy pitches produce separation of the atomoles and
recombinations among the atomic molecules of the atoms."
Keely, 1894

Conunentary June, 1988


This law 'has a nllmber of new and seemingly con- earth, where the centrifugal action is greatest at the
tradictory (from previous statements) meanings and equator; and the greater the speed of rotation, the
concepts. Therefore, I'm going to step aside and let greater the center-fleeing force.
Keely explain his concepts of molecular morphology. In the case of the etheric envelope, however, the
greater the speed of rotation, the more powerful is
"Each molecule has three envelopes. In the first di- the centripetal (center-seeking) force which com-
agram this is illustrated as a sphere upon which has presses the atoms within; the pressure, therefore, is
been traced a number of meridian lines. The next dia- greatest at the equator and gradually lessens toward
gram shows the three envelopes. The outer hemi- the poles. If there were only one envelope, the tenden-
sphere of one of the envelopes is removed to show the cy would be for the atoms to be oblate, to fly out at
under envelope, the outer hemisphere of which is re- the poles, where the pressure is least. A beautiful pro-
moved in still another part of the diagram to show vision of nature obviates this, by providing three en-
the inmost envelope. The third diagram shows the po- velopes, rotating one within the other, like three
sition of the atoms which the rotating envelopes en- shells; the line of greatest internal pressure in each
close. The fourth diagram shows the lines of interfer- one of which being protected by the equatorial lines,
ence of the rotating envelopes. There being three the line of greatest pressure covering the line of least
perfect envelopes, these of necessity must have six pressure on the others. Each of the three atoms is
poles, to which add the neutral center of the sphere placed directly under one pole of each of the three
itself, comprising the origin of the septenary of mysti- envelopes.
cism which is universal in nature. The fifth diagram If the rotating envelope of the molecule were in
shows the subdivision of matter into atomic, atomol- any way checked in its motion, the enclosed matter
ic, and atomolinic. A black disk representing a would immediately burst forth, producing the phe-
sphere shows the negative atom; two while disks also nomenon of disintegration, releasing from its previ-
representing spheres illustrate the two positive atoms ously pent-up condition a volume of matter many
in the triad, completing the tertiary aggregation times as great as that before disintegration took
forming the molecule. Each atom is in tum composed place. Sound-force moving at certain rates of vibra-
of three atomoles; in the negative atom are three pos- tion negatizes the action of the rotating envelopes,
itive atomoles, positive in the sense of activity; in the producing conditions which result in their breaking
positive atom are also three atomoles, two of which up, followed by the separation of the atoms contained
are negative, i.e., passive, and one positive. The nega- in those envelopes, and also of inter-mol~cular sub-
tive is always that which seeks the neutral center; the stance occupying space not taken up by the atoms. By
positive represents the active radiating energy: for successive orders of vibrations the atoms, atomoles,
instance the sun is a medium for transmitting radiant and atomolini are disintegrated, and so on to the lu-
energy of positive order, which all the planets receive minous order, where all control ceases. "
negatively, i.e., it focalizes upon their neutral centers.
This order extends to infinity. The final diagram in-
tends to further illustrate the compressing force of
the rotating spheral and the protection of the neutral
poles. In the rotating envelopes force acts in the op-
posite direction to its action in the revolution of the

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These "particles" are not hard billiard ball
spheres. Instead the circles show
"areas of activity" or ranges of motion of the
contained triplets.

Molecule

Intermolecule

Atom

Interatom
Keely's Molecular Morphology

Keely's diagram of molecular and atomic morphology


exploded to reveal relative relationships of the
"particles". It can be seen that Keely's triune inner
particles are very similar to the modern concept of
triple Quarks occulted within protons.

~
.....
Law of Atomolic Synthesis of
Chemical Elements
"Harmonic pitches of atomolity produce association of etheric atomolic particles
to form atoms: the kind of atom is determinable by the pitches employed."
Keely, 1894

Commentary July, 1988 cles as though they are solids. Even the simplest book
on quantum phenomena never fails to mention at
Atomolity begins at the 87th octave of frequencies some point that these particles are in actuality some-
or above 14524 Hz. The extent of this range is not thing akin to "bundles of vibrating energy" yet the
known at this time. This is a frequency range far far persistence is there to equate said "aggregated energy
in excess of that of gamma rays. How Keely was able patterns" as hard particles. It seems clear to me that
to attain such a formidable range of vibrations and as Keely persists in equating these phenomena with
control is beyond comprehension and known science. frequency that he has a steadier command of the sub-
One thing is evident - if he did do this work with ject than some of the popular writers on the subject.
these frequency ranges - it can't be that difficult to There really isn't any thing there, it is not a hard parti-
figure it out as he worked with mechanical means be- cle like a billiard ball. This is a difficult thing to ex-
fore the turn on the century. In other words if he dis- plain and see in one's mind's eye.
covered how to do this 100 years ago it should be re- An analogy I like to use in explaining this phenom-
discoverable especially with our advantage of 100 ena of "bundles of vibrating energy" is that of a bicy-
years of advancing technology. cle wheel. A bicycle wheel at rest (the part between
It has been stated by myself and others that Keely the hub and rim) is mostly air or in our case no thing
developed some form of nuclear or sub atomic power can be seen between the spokes and it is an easy mat-
in his devices but this law indicates he may have ex- ter to insert a rod or screwdriver between the spokes.
ceeded that attainment and went beyond it. It looks However, if the wheel is caused to spin at an infinite
like he is attempting to explain the actual formation velocity it would be impossible to insert anything be-
of atoms themselves from a higher for of elemental tween the spokes. The "empty" space between the
particle. The formation of which is governed by the hub and rim would possess such energy that it would
relative frequencies employed. Not being personally repel any attempt at penetration.
familiar with high energy physics I cannot equate Now suppose we had no knowledge of what this
what he is saying with modern achievements. It is as- wheel looked like at rest. Suppose all the knowledge
Slimed that energy forms of this magnitude have been we had was of this wheel as it spun at its infinite ve-
witnessed in accelerators (atom smashers) and other locity. Could anyone accurately describe its spokes?
state of the art devices. One description of accelerator Of course not. At best we could only derive theories
perfonnance sticks in my mind though: "Accelerator concerning its construction and components. We can
devices are really giant resonators." I don't remember only know that it does possess tremendous velocity
where I read this - in an article describing accelera- and that from all experiments done on it we would
tors work no doubt. have to conclude that it was solid! Since no known
Higher forms of sub atomic particles are numerous mechanism could penetrate between the hub and rim
and have been the subject of avid research for many we would be forced to conclude that it was solid and
years. The theoretical physicists working with quan- hard, when in actuality the spoked area is anything
tum mechanics and quantum physics have been theor- but solid and hard.
izing with colors, quarks and flavors in their attempt However, there is a tremendous amount of re-
to bring their research data to some fonn of equation. search data available that demonstrates and proves
Perhaps this is why there has been so much compara- that an outside vibratory force does have an effect on
tive writing of their work to John Keely's. An item this periodic revolving phenomena. The only conclu-
that has bothered me and still gives me difficulty is sion reasonable to adapt is that the makeup of the
that a great many physicists still speak of these parti- spinning atom somehow corresponds to the imping-

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ing vibratory energy because of its susceptibility to which claims or infers we can only do what we al-
these vibrations (sound). The inevitable conclusion is ready know to do. Flying was "crazy" or "crackpot"
all atoms and sub atomic particles are nothing but until it was actually done. Traveling faster than 29
bundles of vibrating energy and we must therefore mph was impossible until the ftrst person went 30
admit these vibrations must relate as vibrations do, mph. The list goes on and on of "impossible" and
one to another, and not as solid particles or billiard "crank" devices which worked.
ball-like entities. Since vibrations relate according to The very same idea applies to our approach to Kee-
their frequency relative to each other we can SUI mise ly's strange jargon. It is impossible to read his words
that Keely's description of their behavior is correct. explaining whatever the subject is and at the same
Unfortunately science has not yet caught up with time say with absolute certainly that this word or
Keely in the generation and control of these super phrase means this or that. The words he uses are cor-
high frequencies. Until it does we can only conjecture rect English to a high degree and his command of the
as to the demonstrative validity of his assertions. language is phenomenal. The words can even be
looked up in a good dictionary (I have over 30 dic-
Mastery of Self is Mastery of Science tionaries and dozens of technical reference books)
and a semblance of a meaning can be found. Anyone
by Dale Pond with enough patience and perseverance can fathom
his meanings simply by allowing that he knew and
In the past and indeed al1 throughout the publica- meant something and pursuing it until his meanings
tion of this column I have made many statements, are perceived. It is not so much what he is saying that
some believable and acceptable, some not so believa- may be wrong but it is more likely that what we think
ble and acceptable and others from "left field." It is he is saying that may be in err. It is an understanding
the intent and scope of this column to uncover what of his meaning we are after and this meaning can be
John Ernst Worrell Keely discovered as wel1 as make and has been, to a small degree, transposed into mod-
sense of the discoveries of others such as Nikola Tes- ern terms. These modern terms are such that Keely
la, Newman and the like. As one digs deeper into the would have thought them as strange as we find his.
ether world of such mental giants it becomes essen- I have found the greatest hindrance in this study is
tial and necessary to make statements that may be my already implanted ideas and concepts about such
questionable from the point of view of what is cur- and such a word, phrase or idea. Modern scientific
rently good and acceptable. How can the scope of ideas are somewhat parallel to Keely's and Tesla's
any scientific field be expanded if one doesn't tread viewpoints on the subjects. To grasp their meanings
on untrodden ground? It can't be. Daring, boldness behind their words is a mind-expanding experience.
and a willingness to open one's eyes and mind are ab- One must reach for new concepts and ideas to see if
solutely a must. they match what is being described. There are many
When using the scientific method one is obliged to holes in the available writings of these men but with
seek up or down whatever investigative corridor deductive reasoning and imagination some can be
presents the likeliest path to success. If such a path is filled in. The difficulty lies not in their words, for
blocked by facts and indomitable obstacles, then one they are valid words and come together in a vast and
simply moves on to the next likely path. Edison pur- novel explanation of wondrous paradigms. The diffi-
sued 599 paths before he got a good light bulb. To his CUlty lies in that these are unfamiliar terms, phrases
peers and other researches, the idea of creating such a and concepts to most of us and seldom to they paral-
device to illumine the darkness was unthinkable. Edi- lel good and accepted physics. Our tendency is to
son dared to think the unthinkable and he believed in panic because what we are being told does not sub-
his vision. Keely strove mightily 1200 times before stantiate what we think we already know. The basis
he succeeded in making his "deep blue light" by shin- of our own training and what we have come to rely
ing a sunbeam through hydrogen gas held in a soap on is becoming threatened (we think). When fear for
bubble. Tenacity is the word to describe such relent- our beliefs comes in the first reaction it to cry "It can-
less effort. Building his 129th motor after the first not be so! The man must be a crank." Alas, human
128 failed is an accomplishment few of us will ever nature being what it is.
dream of replicating in terms of perseverance. The We can marvel at these men and their accomplish-
Wright brothers built and crashed several prototype ments - so many patents and world shaking devices
flying mechanisms before the "impossible dream" be- but few of us realize what they struggled with and
came a reality. overcame in order for their work to succeed and be
These great men of scientific accomplishment are accepted. Galileo was excommunicated and impris-
an excellent example to those of us desiring to join oned, Tesla was ostracized and condemned by his
them along the hard and rocky roads of scientific dis- "peers," Keely was effectively slandered, buried and
covery. Through their work and lives they have forgotten, Moray was shot twice, Reich, Drown and
shown us how to conceive, hold and believe in an Bacon were imprisoned - the list is as long as history
idea and then with determination and hard work ren- itself. It took a blinding vision, courage few of us will
der it a real and substantial thing. ever experience or understand and tremendous
Discoverers on the path to the future must be bold strength to withstand the condemnations, calumnies
enough to think new and revolutionary thoughts re- and harassments heaped upon them . from "the ex-
gardless of the stick-in-the-muds who refuse to let go perts" and know-it-alls. The overcoming of the physi-
of old ideas and embrace new ones and dogmatism cal engineering and scientific limitations of the era

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was only a part of their victories. years. A 134-page booklet titled "An Overview of lJI-
It takes even more of the "right stuff' to overcome
personal handicaps or shortcomings than it does to in- tions. and Biol021ca1 Effe(fts" put out by the U. . De-
vent a device from existing technologies. This mas- parttnent of Health and Human Services, July 1982
tering of self is what matures a simple inquisitive in- draws infOIDlation from hundreds of citations of pub-
vestigator into a masterful discoverer of scientific or lished studies. This book casts serious doubts on the
Universal Truths. For a discoverer challenges every safe use of ultrasound as a diagnostic instrument.
idea, "scientific fact," dogmatic belief and the fears Ultrasound is very destructive to cellular struc-
and doubts within himself with an unshakeable cou- tures. The following pages lists various biological ef-
rage and faith in himself and what he is about. The fects of this energy. If you are exposed to ultrasound
fears of not being accepted, of making mistakes and you might want to heed some sort of precautionary
of failure must all be overcome before he finds suc- me?'1 ures. If you are working with ultrasound experi-
cess. The conquering of self then is the conquering mentally using high energy levels it is strongly sug-
of worldly matters. gested you adapt safety measures until such time as
Daring to think new thoughts and courage to act the truth of this matter can be rightfull