The SVP Universal Cosmology

A Rosetta Stone for the New Science Paradigm

Version 1.0

Table of Contents
Part 01 - General View
Part 02 - Origin of Polar States

Part 03 - Polarity Manifests as Rotating Vortex

Part 04 - Rotation on Three Planes

Part 05 - Three Rotating Planes Become Spheres

Part 06 - Formation of Cubes

Part 7A - Origin and Formation of Matter

Part 7B - Formation of Matter
Part 08 - Sympathetic Streams and 3-D Matter

Part 09 - What Vibration Is.
Part 1 & Part 2
Part 10 - What Sympathy Is

Part 11 - SVP Music Model

Part 12 - Russell's Locked Potentials

Part 13 - Rotation from Vibration/Oscillation

Part 14 - Keely's Mysterious Thirds, Sixths and Ninths

Part 15 - Dissociating Water Acoustically

Part 16 - Electricity and Magnetism

Part 17 - Gravity

Part 18 - Mind, an Engineerable Force
Part 19 - Musical Dynasphere, Historical
Part 20 - Musical Dynasphere, Current Development
Addenda - - - - - - - - - - - -
01 - Bjerknes Effect
02 - Chart of Locked Potentials
03 - Ether
04 - Origin of Matter
05 - Indig Numbers
06 - One Phase of Keely's Discoveries...
07 - Pond's Original Notes on the Scale______
08 - Laws of Being
09 - Table of the Elements
10 - Keely's Forty Laws
11 - Russell's Laws and Principles
12 - What Electricity Is.
13 - Puharich, Water Dissociation via AC
14 - As a Man Thinketh
15 - Genero-Radiative Concept
16 - The Action of Force is Spiro-Vortex
17 - Russell's Optic Dynamo-Generator
97 - Disclaimer
98 - Footnotes
99 - Definitions

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Part 9 - What Vibration Is

9.1 - Conventional View
     Figure 9.2 - Vibration vs Oscillation
9.2 - Conventional View of Wave Motion
     Figure 9.3 - Compression Wave
9.3 - Wave Motions
9.4 - Elements of the SVP Model
     Figure 9.6 - Polar States or Conditions
9.5 - Law of Couples
9.6 - Polar States
9.7 - Attraction
9.8 - Law of Attraction
9.9 - Repulsion
9.10 - Law of Repulsion
     Figure 9.7 - Four Fundamental Motions of a Penduluum
9.11 - Vibratory & Oscillatory Nature of Matter
     Figure 9.10 - Vibratory and Oscillatory Motions
9.13 - Law of Corporeal Vibration
9.14 - Law of Harmonic Vibrations
9.15 - Oscillation
9.16 - Law of Corporeal Oscillations
9.17 - Law of Sympathetic Oscillation
     Figure 9.11 - Vibratory and Oscillatory Motions, side view
9.18 - Signature/Chord
9.19 - Harmonically created signature/chord
9.20 - Law of Harmonic Pitch
9.21 - Inharmonically created signature/chord
9.22 - Law of Cycles
9.23 - Acoustic Forces
9.24 - Law of Force
9.25 - Law of Sympathetic Oscillation
9.26 - Creative
9.27 - Law of Vibrating Atomolic Substances
9.28 - Transmissive
9.29 - Law of Transmissive Vibraic Energy
9.30 - Propagation Function and Rates
9.31 - Attractive
9.32 - Law of Attraction
9.33 - Law of Repulsion
9.34 - Sympathy
9.35 - Neutral (focal) Centers
     Figure 9.12 - Forces assimilating to and dispersing from Center of Coincidence
     Figure 9.13 - Neutral Center dynamics
     Figure 9.14 - Night and Day interactions with Neutral Center
9.38 - Atoms as Sympathetic Centers

     Figure 9.15 - Phases of a Wave as series of Expansions and Contractions
     Figure 9.16 - Center and Periphery
     Figure 9.17 - Two Centers
     Figure 9.18 - Triple Centers
     Figure 9.19 - Wave Disturbance from Center to Center
9.44 - Elliptical Enharmonic Orbit
9.45 - Orbital Phases
     Figure 9.20 - Phases of a Wave as series of Expansions and Contractions as per Square Law and Inverse Square Law.
     Figure 9.21 - Compression Wave with expanded and contracted orbits
9.48 - Expanding and Contracting
9.49 - Eighteen Attributes of a Wave
9.50 - Oscillatory Motion
9.51 - Time
     Figure 9.22 - Scale of Locked Potentials over Time
     Figure 9.23 - Wave Flow as function of Periodic Attraction and Dispersion
9.54 - Law of Matter and Energy
     Figure 9.26 - Harmonized Motions (increased energy)
     Figure 9.27 - Enharmonized Motions (decreased energy)
9.56 - Enharmonized Motions

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What Vibration Is
"To know the mechanics of the wave is to know the entire secret of Nature." Walter Russell
 
9.1 - Conventional View
That Keely, Russell and Tesla knew basic natural laws and principles that we do not is a given. After more than twenty years of investigating their works it is obvious (to me at least) that one of many elements they understood one way and we another is the nature, structure and dynamics of vibration and oscillation (or "wave" as Russell termed it). All three of these men worked with the same theory of vibratory dynamics which is not the same as our conventional and accepted theory and view. With an understanding of their view of these dynamics much of their work becomes not only understandable but also reproducible. The mystery surrounding their work disappears and new possibilities open up for our own enjoyment and work.


Figure 9.1 - Russell's Painting of Wave Form Dynamics
(scan courtesy of University of Science & Philosophy)

 
This paper endeavors to explain their combined theories of vibration and oscillation as simply as possible without going into too much detail as to dynamics, etc. which may be presented in a later paper. The term wave will be used as a neutral general term since vibration and oscillation differ in definition, form and function from each other.
 
The single largest discrepancy between orthodox understandings and the SVP understanding is one of cause and effect. Orthodoxy views vibration primarily as a result of outside physical forces - a moving to and fro - while SVP views vibration as an effect of primary (causitive) laws creating and governing rhythmic or periodic interexchanges of state, acting from within.
Oscillation and Vibration
Dale Pond 02/12/06

Keely distinguished between "vibration" and "oscillation" as being two distinctly different types of motion. Few, if any, have recognized or acknowledged this difference in their studies of Keely's work. This point is evident within his laws wherein, for instance, a law was specified for Corporeal Vibrations and another law for Corporeal Oscillations. The same was done with Vibrating Atomic Substances and Oscillating Atomic Substances.

According to Keely's own definitions of these two terms:

"Oscillation is a rhythmically recurring translatory movement." [Keely]
"Vibration is the rhythmical motion of a body within itself." [Keely]

As we can see these two definitions are quite different from modern definitions wherein no distinction is made between these two motions and are considered as the same type of motion:

oscillation
1 : the action or state of oscillating
2 : VARIATION, FLUCTUATION
3 : a flow of electricity changing periodically from a maximum to a minimum; especially : a flow periodically changing direction
4 : a single swing (as of an oscillating body) from one extreme limit to the other. [Meriam Webster Collegiate Dictionary]

vibration
The act of moving to and fro. [Compendium of Noise Engineering - Part I]

Some may claim this distinction is trivial but it is not as the CAUSE of vibration is different from the CAUSE of oscillation. Hence EFFECTS of these CAUSES results in different manifestations; i.e., vibration or oscillation.

For instance, a simple illustration is a child on a swing. The swinging back and forth (translation or "rhythmically recurring translatory movement" from one position to another) is rightfully termed an oscillation. At the same time the child's heart is vibrating within the oscillating body. The heart may also be considered to be oscillating along with, the same as, sympathetically or concurrently with the oscillations of the body as a whole. But the swinging motion is NOT a vibration. If the swinging were to stop the oscillation of the body would cease but the vibration of the heart would continue.

In this case vibration and oscillation are not coupled or locked together. In another example, that of a violin, they would be coupled. As a string is caused to oscillate the body of the violin vibrates correspondingly. Another example of coupled motions is that of planets orbiting (oscillating) around the Sun while rotating (vibrating) on their axis.

Below are Keely's laws that clearly show this distinction:

Law of Corporeal Vibrations
"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

Law of Corporeal Oscillations
"All coherent aggregates not isolated from like bodies, oscillate at a period-frequency varying with the tensions that augment and diminish the state of equilibrium." Keely

Law of Harmonic Vibrations
"All coherent aggregates are perpetually vibrating at a period-frequency corresponding to some harmonic ratio of the fundamental pitch of the vibrating body; this pitch is a multiple of the pitch of the atomole." Keely

Law of Sympathetic Oscillation
"Coherent aggregates immersed in a medium pulsating at their natural pitch simultaneously oscillate with the same frequency, whether the pitch of the medium be a unison, or any harmonic of the fundamental pitch of the creative aggregate." Keely

Law of Oscillating Atomic Substances
"Coherent atomic substances are capable of oscillating at a pitch varying directly as the density, and inversely as the linear dimensions from one period of frequency per unit of time to the 21st octave above, producing the creative force of Sonity, whose transmissive force (Sound) is propagated through the media of solids, liquids, and gases, and whose static effect (Sonism) produces attractions and repulsions between sympathetically vibrating bodies according to the Law of Harmonic Attraction and Repulsion." Keely

Law of Vibrating Atomolic Substances
"Atoms are capable of vibrating within themselves at a pitch inversely as the Dyne (the local coefficient of Gravity), and as the atomic volume, directly as the atomic weight, producing the creative force (Electricity), whose transmissive force is propagated through atomolic solids, liquids, and gases, producing induction and the static effect of magnetism upon other atoms of attraction or repulsion, according to the Law of Harmonic Attraction and Repulsion.

Scholium: The phenomenon of Dynamic Electricity through a metallic conductor and of induction are identical. In a metallic conductor, the transmission is from atom to atom, through homologous interstices, filled with ether, presenting small areas in close proximity. In crystalline structures, heat, which expands the atoms, by twisting them produces striae, increases the resistance, etc. Between parallel wires and through air the induction takes place from large areas through a rarefied medium composed of a mixture of substances, whose atoms are separated by waves of repulsion 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 gravism." Keely

Effects from Oscillation

"In one experiment in liberating ozone by molecular percussion, including luminosity, a percussive molecular force of 110,000 lbs. per square inch was registered on the testing lever. This enormous pressure caused the heavy steel parts to so bend and bulge that the instrument was at that time unfitted for further experiments and had to be repaired.

"The [etheric] vapor from the liberator registers 20,000 lbs. per square inch when the rotary atomic oscillation is 1333 1/3 times the normal diameter of the atmospheric molecule. At

20,000 lbs. when the range is 1333 1/3 x normal diameter of atmospheric molecule
10,000 lbs. when the range is  666 2/3 x normal diameter of atmospheric molecule
 5,000 lbs. when the range is  333 1/3 x normal diameter of atmospheric molecule
 2,500 lbs. when the range is  166 2/3 x normal diameter of atmospheric molecule
 1,250 lbs. when the range is   83 1/3 x normal diameter of atmospheric molecule
   625 lbs. when the range is   41 2/3 x normal diameter of atmospheric molecule
being normal at the commencement of the experiment, in other words, with no vacuum or pressure in the sphere." [Snell Manuscript]


Figure 9.2 - Vibration vs Oscillation
 
9.2 - Conventional View of Wave Motion
The orthodox view of a wave and wave motion is centered around a sine-wave or similar configuration. In general this wave model is a measurement of a quantity and/or polarity of energy or power (amplitude), viewed over time. Empirical measurements have been made of power fluctuations over time and a plotting of these measurements creates the typical sine wave form.
 
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Figure 9.3 - Compression Wave
Conventionally are recognized several wave forms: Compression (which acts as a Longitundinal Wave), Transverse Wave (90 to the Longitundinal Wave) and Raleigh Wave (circular motion 90 to the previous two). Other models of wave activity include the use of metaphors such as coiled springs that compress and expand, penduluums swinging to and fro and various oscillating bodies such as seesaws and water waves.
 


Figure 9.4 - Longitudinal Wave
 
Figure 9.5 - Transverse Wave


9.3 - Wave Motions - The mathematical models of these perceived motions are descriptions of those motions having little if anything to do with WHAT the wave is; HOW it moves and WHY. These models demonstrate the effects of periodic motion while the cause goes mostly unnoted if at all.

In the conventional view, there are two aspects or phases of a wave considered merely as positive and negative polar phases. These may be modified as to power, envelope, attack, suspension (sustain) and decay elements as the waveform becomes more complex. We also know complex waveforms are composite constructs of numerous aliquot parts of partials, harmonics and overtones of the fundamental.These aliquot parts include secondary and tertiary (or more) summation and difference tones resulting in a complex waveform.

Conventionally a sound wave is considered as a compression wave whose activity is usually likened to a periodically compressed and stretched coiled spring and/or swinging penduluum. This is a mechanical force against force model. This model is predicated on the idea of an outside sound source compressing a medium by molecular bombardment; or as molecules set in motion, striking another molecule repeatively much like billiard balls. After the strike comes an alternate relaxing or expanding of the media to a state of rarefaction - of a less dense or compacted state or condition.

While orthodox waveform models demonstrate the effects of periodic motion as a measurement they convey little if anything about WHAT a wave is, WHY it is what it is - and HOW it does what it does. SVP deals with causes which bring about periodic rhythmic motions, being themselves effects of more primitive causes.

9.4 - Elements of the SVP Model - SVP recognizes the previously mentioned wave forms but not as a priori or causitive factors but as measurements of effects. More on the SVP view can be studied in my book The Physics of Love.

In the SVP view a wave is more complex, being composed of several seemingly discrete parts or functions acting as one composite complex function. A wave is a highly complex continuous reciprocating interexchange from one primary state or condition to an opposite state or condition. These two phases are a reciprocating interexchange between integration and disintegration. In short a wave is a periodic change from a state or condition of harmony (attraction/contraction) to a state or condition of discord (repulsion/expansion). This periodic change of state is caused by and is the effect of the contained relative and proportional values of the aliquot parts of the vibrating or oscillating body or aggregate.

A vibration is the complex motions and states associated with internal rotation, spin and associated rhythmic changes of state. In this discussion vibration is the same as spin or rotation.

An oscillation is the complex motions and states associated with external rotation, spin and associated rhythmic changes of state. In this discussion oscillation is the same as orbit or revolution.

These changes of state are dual in nature. For each there is an opposite. An increase in one is a decrease in the other - always reciprocating. As frequency, for instance increases wavelength decreases. This reciprocating attribute is axiomatic. There are several of these attributes or aspects that occur concurrently, phasing in and out of each other during the completion of a wave cycle. A wave then is the combination of all of these interchanges happening all at once.

Perhaps the easiest way to visualize this complex interchange is to conceive of a primary duality as a planet in elliptical orbit or revolution about a center, its primary point of focus. This orbital revolution should be seen as two distinct condition changes completing a single orbit. At its point of furthest distance the planet is orbiting at its slowest speed and spinning at its fastest speed. At its point of closest approximation the planet is orbiting at its fastest speed and spinning at slowest speed. Russell refers to this complex change of state as "winding speed into power".
All particles, in whatever vibrating or oscillating medium, are performing the exact same polar interexchanges however their rates of interexchange may differ. These swappings of speed for power are not the only interexchanges. Below is a list of dual experiences, states or conditions (synonyms). All of which are periodic and reciprocal interexchanges. Some of these are from Russell's book Genero-Radiative Concept (also The Universal One) and a few synonyms I've added in that reflect more of Keely's vocabulary.
 
Polar States Correspondence List
 POSITIVE                                                 NEGATIVE

Point

Circumference

Gravitation

Radiation

Centralizing

Decentralizing

Center seeking

Center fleeing

Concordant

Discordant

Harmonic

Enharmonic

Assimilation

Dispersion

Tight

Loose

Polar

Depolar

Male

Female

Red

Blue

Attractive

Repulsive

Terrestrial

Celestial

Earth

Heaven

Order

Chaos

Association

Dissociation

Appearance

Disappearance

Positive

Negative

Decreasing volume

Increasing volume

Generating

Degenerating

Inhalation

Exhalation

Genero-active

Radio-active

Endothermic

Exothermic

Integrating

Disintegrating

Distinctness

Nebulousness

Composing

Decomposing

Induction

Conduction

Accumulating

Dissipating

Charging

Discharging

Assembling

Distributing

Attracting

Repulsing

Absorbing

Emanating

High melting point

Low melting point

Contracting

Expanding

Rising potential

Lowering potential

Condensation

Ionization

Cooling

Heating

High pressure

Low pressure

Centripetal

Centrifugal

Plus

Minus

Freezing

Melting

Hardness

Softness

Solidity

Tenuosity

Slow rotation (spin)

Fast rotation (spin)

Slow spin

Fast spin

Fast revolution

Slow revolution

Fast orbit

Slow orbit

Density

Evaporization

Massive

Tenuous

Storing

Leaking

Solution

Dissolution

Affinity

Disunity

Sympathetic

Anti-sympathetic


Figure 9.6 - Polar States or Conditions
9.5 - Law of Couples - "Body and spirit, one at the fountain-head, when rising into existence, form, as it were, the first breath of creation; for, as Sir Wm. Thompson says: "Life proceeds from life and from nothing else." They are the opposite poles of being and constitute the two principles by the harmonious interweaving of which the beautiful system of creation is constituted, and its economy worked out. Such a view, far from being contrary to the canons of science, is even the necessary complement of science. That unity, which is the last word of science, must always include two objects, existing in contrast of all. The law of couples, of opposites, of reciprocal action between two contracted yet homogeneous and harmonizing elements, each of which opens a field for the other, and brings it into action, is of universal extent. In the organic world, also, no less than in the purely physical and chemical, all is framed according to the same law of couples. In the sphere of sensibility, in like manner, everything turns on the antagonism of pleasure and pain, and in the moral sphere of good and evil. Nor is the world of pure intellect exempt from this law, but on the contrary displays its influence everywhere. Hence faith and sight, identity and difference, finite and infinite, objective and subjective, space and time, cause and effect, the world of realities and the world of ideas. In a word, every system of thought and of things, when complete, present as its basis two co-ordinate elements, the reciprocals of each other; or one parted into two reciprocally, and by the harmonious antagonism of both the beautiful web of nature is woven. If we are to be consistent, mind and matter ought always to be viewed as distinct, and the opposite poles of being; inertia, or unvarying submissiveness to the laws of motion being the characteristic of the one; self-directive power the characteristic of the other." [MacVicar, A Sketch of a Philosophy]

The universal analogy of science sanctioned MacVicar in the characteristic he thus arrived at as that of animated nature, for if inertia, or the obedience to pressures and impulses from without, be the characteristic of matter, then that which is needed as the other term to complete the couple is just what has been insisted on, viz., self-directive power, the power to cause pressure and impulses. Here is shown the symmetrical relation in which this power, when viewed as the characteristic of the whole animal kingdom (which plainly points to man, and culminates in human nature), places the animal in relation with the vegetable and the mineral kingdoms. Of mineral or crystals, the characteristic is simply self-imposing or self-manifesting power. They are, so to speak, merely insoluble seeds without an embryo. To this, self-developing power is added in plants, and forms their acknowledged characteristic. While of animals the characteristic, according to the view here advanced (the same seed-producing, self-developing, powers continuing) is self-directive power superadded. This relationship between these three kingdoms of nature is as homogeneous and symmetrical as is necessary to appear to be legitimate, and is a true expression of the other of nature.
 
Granting these two principles, the inert and the self-directive, the necessary and the free, we obtain the materials for a universe, without disputing the fact of human liberty and bringing into suspicion even the possibility either of morality or immorality. If man be really free as well as under law, in this union of body and spirit, then in human nature heaven and earth truly embrace each other; and no reason appears why, as the ages roll on, our own free thought may not have the run of universe. . . . What study then can be more replete with interest, what researches can possess more of fascination, than those which Mr. Keely's discoveries are preparing the way for? [Keely and His Discoveries, Chapter X]
9.6 - Polar States
 
It has been known since the late 1800s that bodies or aggregates in periodic harmonic motion are mutually attracted to one another. Conversely, bodies in aperiodic or discordant motion are mutually repelled. Bjerknes demonstrated this phenomena at the Paris Electrical Exhibition in 1881. Keely, a few years later in 1894, published his laws describing this phenomena with the Laws of Attraction and Repulsion.

9.7 - Attraction
 
9.8 - Law of Attraction: "Juxtaposed coherent aggregates vibrating in unison, or harmonic ratio, are mutually attracted."
 
Bodies or aggregates vibrating in unison or simple multiples of unison are said to be harmonic or sympathetic to one another. Bodies vibrating or oscillating in harmony will aggregate thus forming larger bodies. This mutual aggregation, accumulation or gathering together is caused by action of Keely's law of sympathetic association(qv) or simply the Law of Affinity(ies). The greater the degree of harmony the greater will be the attraction (affinity) between bodies or aggregates.

In a complex molecular structure and its vibration signature are many diverse discrete frequencies (aliquot parts) originating from its constituent atoms and their subatomic components. Each discrete entity will have its own fundamental frequency and signature. The more of these discrete signature frequencies harmonize with those of another molecule and its constituent parts the stronger will be the attraction and bonds between molecules and their constituent parts.

Molecules may not at times have unison or multiples of unison relations between fundamentals but may have harmony between frequencies of their constitutent atoms. In such a case there will be atomic attraction and perhaps bonding but not molecular attraction and bonding. This same interstitual bonding may occur on other levels of the molecule's atoms and sub-components. In this event the attraction will be between atoms (atomic attraction) and/or between subatomic particles being a quantum attraction or as Keely called it - "interatomic attraction". This same principle holds for sub-quantum centers which Keely called etheric attraction or etheric sympathy.

During the contraction and attraction phase energy increases, range of orbital motion decreases, spin decreases and density of the medium increases, among other attributes. See left-hand column in Polar States Table.

9.9 - Repulsion
 
9.10 - Law of Repulsion: "Juxtaposed coherent aggregates vibrating in discord are mutually repelled."
 
When discord exists between vibrations of bodies or aggregates a mutual expansion or repulsion occurs whether on the molecular, atomic, subatomic or etheric levels. Repulsion may occur on molecular, atomic or subatomic levels just as attraction as related above.

During the expansion and repulsion phase energy decreases, range of orbital motion increases, spin increases and density of the medium decreases, among other attributes. See right-hand column in Polar States Table.

Vibration then is a periodic change from a state or condition of concord (contraction) to a state or condition of discord (expansion). These two states or conditions are 1) contraction or attraction (to a center) and 2) expansion or repulsion (away from a center) caused by relative harmony or discord from within the vibrating aggregate.

A "body" is a tightly bound aggregate of its constituent parts just as a gas is a loosely bound aggregate composed of particles or bodies maintained in a tenuous manner. The only difference between a "solid" body and a tenuous gas is the degree of harmonic coherence or attraction/repulsion between the discrete bodies of that gas. There is a preponderance of harmonic attraction in a "solid" body while there is a preponderance of inharmonic repulsion in a tenuous gas.


Figure 9.7 - Four Fundamental Motions of a Penduluum

Figure 9.8 - Each Phase of a Wave as Discrete Steps Originating from Neutral Center
(courtesy University of Science and Philosophy)


Figure 9.9 - Four Fundamental Phases of a Wave


9.11 - Vibratory & Oscillatory Nature of Matter - In order to understand how these two alternating states or conditions exist, behave and interact to and with each other the intimate structure and dynamics of vibrating and oscillating bodies and aggregates must be understood vibratorily. In other words a body or aggregate is a result of polar wave dynamics and motions and not solely an attribute of so-called inert matter set in motion by outside forces. Matter, in all its varied forms (molecule, atom, photon, etc.), is an effect of periodic and reciprocal motions of polarized energy states. These are naturally occuring polar states present in all matter and energy. These polar states have discrete qualities and interact together and are the subject of this paper.

In Sympathetic Vibratory Physics (SVP) useage a vibration is distinctly different from an oscillation. While all bodies or aggregates may vibrate within themselves not all bodies or aggregates oscillate about a center though they all have this potential. These two periodically changing concepts are paralleled in the spin (vibration) of a planet around its axis and its orbiting (oscillating) around a central sun. Each planet has its own center around which it spins and another center about which it orbits. Hence there are two distinctly different classes of periodic motion: vibration and oscillation.
 

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Figure 9.10 - Vibratory and Oscillatory Motions
9.12 - Vibration
 
All individual bodies or aggregates vibrate within themselves creating, according to law, a complex vibration signature or chord or waveform composed of multiple discrete rates of vibration or aliquot parts.

9.13 - Law of Corporeal Vibration: "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
 
9.14 - Law of Harmonic Vibrations: "All coherent aggregates are perpetually vibrating at a period-frequency corresponding to some harmonic ratio of the fundamental pitch of the vibrating body; this pitch is a multiple of the pitch of the atomole." Keely, 1894 [atomole = discrete unit, quantity or quantum of focalized or centralized vibration. Etymology breaks atomole in "unit of power".]
 
9.15 - Oscillation
 
All individual and vibrating bodies or aggregates oscillate about a center creating, according to law, a complex oscillation signature or chord or waveform composed of multiple discrete rates of oscillation or aliquot parts.

9.16 - Law of Corporeal Oscillations: "All coherent aggregates not isolated from like bodies, oscillate at a period-frequency varying with the tensions that augment and diminish the state of equilibrium." Keey, 1894
 
9.17 - Law of Sympathetic Oscillation: "Coherent aggregates immersed in a medium pulsating at their natural pitch simultaneously oscillate with the same frequency, whether the pitch of the medium be a unison, or any harmonic of the fundamental pitch of the creative aggregate." Keely, 1894
 


Figure 9.11 - Vibratory and Oscillatory Motions, side view
 
9.18 - Signature/Chord
 
All vibrating and oscillating bodies possess a signature or complex series of sub and super harmonics or partials. These sets of relative frequencies (constituting its vibration signature) are developed according to law (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) and are of two basic types of seemingly of opposite qualities - harmonic (concordant) and inharmonic (discordant). When harmonics are thusly derived from arithmetical methods they are called Summation Tones and Difference Tones. Other Resultant Tones or harmonics derived arithmetically are "multiples" (times two, squaring) and divisions or halves (divided by two, square root). Because these signatures are created and governed by basic laws of arithmetic they are not accidental or by happenstance.(4) Keely used the term chord in place of our use of the term vibration signature. For indeed a collection of relative frequencies or pitches is a chord of discrete tones or aliquot parts making up a compound sound or complex waveform.

Chord: Three or more tones sounded together.
Signature: Term usually applied to the vibration frequency spectrum.

9.19 - Harmonically created signature/chord -

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

9.21 - Inharmonically created signature/chord -
 
9.22 - Law of Cycles - "Coherent aggregates harmonically united constitute centers of vibration bearing relation to the fundamental pitch not multiples of the harmonic pitch, and the production of secondary unions between themselves generate pitches that are discords, either in their unisons, or overtones with the original pitch; from harmony is generated discord, the inevitable cause of perpetual transformation." Keely, 1894
 
A body or aggregate has simultaneously both states or conditions of concord and discord.What determines the overall condition of concord or discord is the preponderance of one or the other state. A center may have preponderantly more harmony than discord or more preponderantly more discord than harmony within its signature or chord of vibration. Which is to say a relationship between the notes or discrete aliquot parts of that chord or signature. These relationships between parts or notes of a chord are governed by rules and laws as are found in music theory. These rules and laws of music theory are not part of this paper.

When these states are in balance the vibration signature or chord is said to be in equilibriun wherein an equation of vibratory or oscillatory forces is established. During such an equation of polar force the net result is said to be neutral but should not be considered as having a null or zero value. When not in balance a preponderance exists either positive (contracting to center) or negative (radiating from center).

9.23 - Acoustic Forces
 
Keely recognized three discrete yet interconnected and inseparable activities of every sound vibration or oscillation. He documented this view in his

9.24 - Law of Force - "Energy manifests itself in three forms: Creative, the vibrating aggregate; Transmissive, being the propagation of isochronous waves through the media in which it is immersed; Attractive, being its action upon other aggregates capable of vibrating in unisons or harmony." Keely, 1894
 
The three active or dynamic states or conditions of any and all vibrations are:
Creative
Transmissive
Attractive
 
A sound source, such as a tuning fork, creates a condition of vibration and oscillation. Thus the tuning fork is the creative sound source. The air surrounding the tuning fork transmits or conveys that periodic motion. Thus the air is the transmissive medium. The creative vibrating and oscillating aggregate has an attractive component that acts upon or has an effect upon other aggregates. For instance a second tuning fork of like frequency receives and absorbs modulations of the air into itself and begins to resonate sympathetically. Because of the Law of Harmony the vibrations and oscillations of the second tuning fork is said to be attracted to the vibrations and oscillations of the first tuning fork or vibrating aggregate.

To put this triune acting law in perspective we may consider a radio receiving a catchy tune from a radio station. The tune is broadcast (creative) into the air where it is transmitted (transmissive) to listeners who respond (attractive) by tapping their feet or humming along. Or a window pane may go into resonance with certain discrete pitches of the music by virtue of sympathetic response (synchronization of harmonic pitches). This action and reaction is also govverned by law:

9.25 - Law of Sympathetic Oscillation - "Coherent aggregates immersed in a medium pulsating at their natural pitch simultaneously oscillate with the same frequency, whether the pitch of the medium be a unison, or any harmonic of the fundamental pitch of the creative aggregate." Keely, 1894
 
9.26 - Creative
 
The creative aspects are already mentioned and discussed under Signature/Chord. These are the inherent eigenfrequenices (naturally occuring or existing frequencies) and activated vibrations from striking, sympathetic stimulation and bowing, for instance. The created chord or signature is composed of three "invisible" yet tightly cohered (undifferentiated or harmonized) vibratory parts. The harmonic (attractive or passive), the enharmonic (transmissive or active) and what Keely called the Dominant which is the root or directing condition or influence that governs the other two. This Dominant condition is what Keely called a concordant attractive sympathetic stream between Neutral Centers. It is the same as gravity whose active state he called gravism, again covered by law:

9.27 - Law of Vibrating Atomolic Substances - "Atoms are capable of vibrating within themselves at a pitch inversely as the Dyne (the local coefficient of Gravity), and as the atomic volume, directly as the atomic weight, producing the creative force (Electricity), whose transmissive force is propagated through atomolic solids, liquids, and gases, producing induction and the static effect of magnetism upon other atoms of attraction or repulsion, according to the Law of Harmonic Attraction and Repulsion.
 
Scholium: The phenomenon of Dynamic Electricity through a metallic conductor and of induction are identical. In a metallic conductor, the transmission is from atom to atom, through homologous interstices, filled with ether, presenting small areas in close proximity. In crystalline structures, heat, which expands the atoms, by twisting them produces striae, increases the resistance, etc. Between parallel wires and through air the induction takes place from large areas through a rarefied medium composed of a mixture of substances, whose atoms are separated by waves of repulsion 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 gravism." Keely, 1894

9.28 - Transmissive
 
9.29 - Law of Transmissive Vibraic Energy - "All oscillating and vibrating coherent aggregates create, in the media in which they are immersed, outwardly propagated concentric waves of alternate condensation and rarefaction, having a period-frequency identical with the pitch of the aggregate."
 
Scholium: All forms of transmissive energy can be focused, reflected, refracted, diffracted, transformed, and diminished in intensity inversely as the square of the distance from the originating source." Keely, 1894

The transmissive vibrations are generally what are studied in orthodox methods. These are, for instance, the waves seemingly traveling through the air as in music and waves seemingly traveling through solids such as sound through a door being knocked on. Conventionally, the sound source signature and received signature are sometimes considered in science and engineering but not always as coincidents or associated to transmissive activities.

9.30 - Propagation Function and Rates - Fill a given volume with beach balls. Fill the space between the beach balls with marbles. Pour sand into the volume filling in all remaining space between the beach balls and marbles. There will be a point reached where no more sand can be added. Yet one could pour quite a bit of gas into this volume. Each of these substances represents a given frequency range extrapolating with diameter and substance (mass). Each of these ranges is discrete from the others. If all were put into vibration there would be a chord of vibrations emitting from this volume. This chord would be the chord of the mass of the volume. SVP refers to these different frequency bands as ranges, realms and dimensions. Each has it's own frequency range and hence propagation rate. The vibration range would propagate through a contiguous media of it's own range at a different velocity from the other ranges. Taking Keely's repetitive use of Etheric, Atomic and Molecular ranges we can then see there are three distinct vibration ranges and concurrent propagation rates (depending on the vibrating mass of course) .

9.31 - Attractive
 
Attractive refers to the effects a transmitted vibration or sound vibration has on objects within its range of influence (acoustic or sound field). This phenomenon is sometimes misunderstood and mislabeled as absorption. Should any object in that range of influence (acoustic field) have within its own naturally occuring vibration signature (eigenfrequency) a pitch that is equal to any of the created and transmitted pitches it will respond sympathetically. (Of course some degree of inharmonicity may be overcome to some extent by FORCE but why use force when and where none is required?) These are then harmonic pitches (of unison, as also multiples or divisions of unison) and will go into synchronous sympathetic resonance with the impacting external vibrations. If the receiving or absorbing object is naturally harmonic to the transmitting object and the transmissive waves an attraction between the two will result in direct proportion to the sound force, quantity and quality of the harmonicity. This behavior is in accord with the

9.32 - Law of Attraction - "Juxtaposed coherent aggregates vibrating in unison, or harmonic ratio, are mutually attracted." Keely, 1894
 
Because a wave train or periodic series of sound vibrations and oscillations is alternately attractive and repulsive the objects are alternately attracted and repulsed. The repulsive phase is governed by the

9.33 - Law of Repulsion - "Juxtaposed coherent aggregates vibrating in discord are mutually repelled." Keely, 1894

The two above laws are at the heart of all vibratory and oscillatory motions. These two laws describe the basic polar states of all vibrations and oscillations. The combined actions of the two seemingly opposing states are always considered in every situation. If preponderance appears in one state over the other the overall polarity is of that preponderance. This bi-polar state has been sometimes described as the Bjerknes Effect.(2)

9.34 - Sympathy
 
Resultant synchronous resonance is an alternating attraction and repulsion between the creative aggregate and the receptive aggregate. The mode of communication between the two is by sympathetic vibration.

Sympathy is the coincident harmony between separate bodies or aggregates vibratorily speaking. When vibratory components (discrete frequencies) of their chord signatures are in unison or simple multiples of their fundamentals sympathy is established and vibrations and oscillations between them will be sympathetic vibrations and sympathetic oscillations. The more of these discrete signature pitches are in sympathy (forming unisons) determines the degree of sympathy or harmony between bodies or aggregates. The phrase "the more the merrier" works well here as does "birds of a feather flock together".

An example of this transfer of polar energy is a window pane resonating in response to an outside sound source such as a passing airplane, large truck or sounds from within the building such as air conditioners, music and people. According to Keely there is no other way for energy to be transferred from one body to another. A sound source simply vibrates or oscillates. If the medium in which it is immersed is sympathetic or a component of its signature is sympathetic it will respond to the excitation and convey that excitation from source center to recipient or target center. If any object within that vibrating media is also sympathetic, either in unison or multiples of the fundamental, it will respond sympathetically. The higher the degrees of sympathy from signature/chord to signature/chord the greater will be the evoked response and the less energy required to initiate such response. This phenomenon of sympathetic transfer of condition or information is nowdays being explored under the heading of quantum entanglement.

Concordant sympathy is attractive being an attractive affinity between centers. This mutually cohering force is by degrees or discrete quantity or quanta. Our modern concept of gluon, conceived as a quantized attractive force, is an attempt to identify and quantify this attractive force or mutual affinity but lacking an overall vibratory conceptualization as herein presented.

A sympathetic relation between centers is a Sympathetic Neutral Affinity - from neutral center to neutral center. This sympathetic flow is nowdays being studied as quantum entanglement. In other fields it is known as scalar function and is deemed as part of the vacuum as no "particle" is evident but operates from Neutral Center to Neutral Center. This sympathetic flow is undifferentiated and undetectable by instrumentation. Further Keely referred to these Sympathetic Neutral Flows as flows of Undifferentiated Mind Force. In its neutral (polar balanced) state this sympathetic flow is quiet and nonactive. When polarized it becomes the creative element of all we see beginning with Light:

"Luminiferous ether," he writes, "or celestial mind force, a compound inter-etheric element, is the substance of which everything visible is composed. It is the great sympathetic protoplastic element; life itself. Consequently, our physical organisms are composed of this element. This focalizing, or controlling media, of the physical, has its seat in the cerebral convolutions; from which sympathetic radiation emanates. This sympathetic outreach is mind flow proper, or will force; sympathetic polarization to produce action; sympathetic depolarization to neutralize it. Polar and depolar differentiation, resulting in motion. The true protoplastic element sympathetically permeates all forms and conditions of matter; having, for its attendants, gravity, electricity, and magnetism; the triple conditions born in itself. In fact, it is the soul of matter; the element from which all forms of motion receive their introductory impulse." [Keely and His Discoveries]
 
Note: Sympathetic modulation is doable because of the natural occuring sub and super-harmonics of any frequency. Thus it is possible to reach super high frequency ranges without actually having equipment that can directly produce those frequencies.

9.35 - Neutral (focal) Centers
 
Any two bodies when sympathetic, will mutually attract each other to a point of coincidence determined by each body's degree or strength of concordant sympathy. The point of mutual attraction will be somewhere between the two bodies. If more bodies participate in the mutual attraction a point will be established by vectors and strengths of the individual concordant flows of sympathy. This point of convergence is called a Neutral Center or a Center of Focalization of Vibratory Forces. Also called a point of convergence of centralizing forces.

"Neutral centers are the center of sympathetic coincidence." [Keely and His Discoveries]
 

Figure 9.12 - Forces assimilating to and dispersing from Center of Coincidence
 
All vibrating aggregates possess some degree of concordance (sympathy) in relation to other aggregates. Sympathy, being wholly attractive by its very nature of self assimilation or affinity, will always seek/create a mutual center. This is a concept Cayce eluded to as a centralization of vibratory forces.


"Gravitational forces are vibratory forces and might be defined as the centralization of vibratory forces ready to be changed into power by non-activity." Cayce (195-70)

"Electricity is therefore centripetal and its acceleration of orbital speed is in proportion to its distance from its generative center."

"Magnetism is therefore centrifugal and its deceleration of orbital speed is in proportion to its distance from its generative center." [Russell, The Universal One, pg 68]


The Neutral Centers are a point in space and time, free of motion. Yet paradoxically these centers by their nature of being free of motion are a pivot point that switches polarity (which is to say, state or condition of concordance and discordance). They are then extremely active and dynamic, being the point of maximum tension, pressure and polarization.

"Certain orders of vibration can reach these centers and establish a concordant flow of sympathy, and thereby equate differentiation that may exist." [The Snell Manuscript]
 
These "certain orders of vibration" are thethirds or Dominant etheric portion of a wave.

These Neutral Centers are the controlling medium of transforming chaotic states into states of non-motion or harmony. They constitute a fulcrum about which relative motion acts.
 
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Figure 9.13 - Neutral Center dynamics
 
9.36 - Neutral Center Dynamics - A Neutral Center of higher charge or energy will dominate (impose a modulating influence upon) surrounding centers of lesser charge or energy.
 
"All the dominant conditions of nature represent the focal centers towards which like surrounding ones become sympathetically subservient." [Keely and His Discoveries]
 
"Neutral centers are the focalized seat of sympathetic concordance for controlling any differentiation that may exist outside, or in the mass that surrounds them." [Keely and His Discoveries]
 
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Figure 9.14 - Night and Day interactions with Neutral Center
 
9.37 - Day & Night - The Neutral Centers command or dominate all other states or conditions and are the fulcrum of the lever for creating change.
 
"All expressions of energy spring from rest, seek a point of rest and return to a condition of rest. The power of a moving lever is not in the lever nor in its motion. It is in the stillness of its fulcrum from which it borrows its ability to manifest the power of the fulcrum." Russell, The Secret of Light
 
All matter is desirous of sympathetic association to a dominating center. This power over distant matter is called gravity and the form of gravity that exerts its activating influence at a distance Keely called gravism.

Indeed gravity is a sympathetic force. In fact it is this sympathetic condition inherent in matter.

"Gravity is nothing more than a concordant attractive sympathetic stream flowing towards the neutral center of the earth. This force is inherent in all visible and invisible aggregated forms of matter, from the very birth of a planet, around whose center the molecules cluster by the sympathetic affinity which is thus induced." Keely in The Snell Manuscript
 
The condition known as gravity then is an embodiment of the Law of Attraction. These sympathetic streams assimilate each other in a centripetal motion to a center. These streams Russell referred to as the Father Force in activity and are the same as Keely's Celestial Force. We may then conclude all matter is a combination or assimilation of these centering forces held in abeyance by their very vibratory natures. All forms of matter have this characteristic.

9.38 - Atoms as Sympathetic Centers - "..atoms sympathetically absorb the vibrations and dissipate from themselves, as centers, concentric waves.." Keely

These forces decreating space (anti-matter or Dark Matter or ether) centripetally come in to a center creating active matter, forces decreating matter go out centrifugally from a center to create inactive space (anti-matter or Dark Matter or ether).

"CREATION: All form is generated from the One source of thinking Mind by a preponderance of the concentrative, contractive pressures of the centripetal force of thinking.
 
DE-CREATION: All form is radiated back into the One source of thinking Mind by a preponderance of the decentrative, expansive pressures of the centrifugal force of thinking." Russell, The Universal One
 
The Neutral Center assimilates the centripetal polar vibratory forces and transforms them into centrifugal depolar forces according to the Law of Attraction and Law of Repulsion. These two forces are the same forces but in a different state or condition or degree of concordance and discordance. The greater the concordance the greater their mutual affinity or center seeking tendencies. The greater the discordance the greater their mutual repulsion or center fleeing tendencies. These two forces are always reciprocal and proportional. The center is the switch or gate between the two states or conditions.


Figure 9.15 - Phases of a Wave as series of Expansions and Contractions
(courtesy University of Science and Philosophy)

9.39 - Centers of Force - "The same thing may be said as to the force of repulsion, or the centrifugal force, changing to one of gravitation. So that, since the centripetal and centrifugal forces, with relation to the center of force, are continuously undergoing a change, or interchange, the one for and into the other, they can, together, be but modifications of one and the same force, of which the center of force is the key or germ." Walter Russell, Atomic Suicide?
 
A Neutral Center then is like a fulcrum under a seesaw or the point of suspension of a penduluum. On one side are the incoming concordant forces spiraling toward the center and the other side are discordant forces spiraling away from the center. These two seemingly opposing forces are actually the same force but in a different condition of harmony (sympathy). The center then is the point of maximum polarization under high polar tension (energized neutrality or full pontentiality or charged). The furthest reaches of the center are the zone or realm of least polarization or depolar neutralization or discharged state. The "outreach" of the center is determined by its sympathetic strength or power and the sympatheticity of the surrounding medium. This reach or field Keely called "sympathetic outreach" and extends over the domain of the Neutral Center over which it is ruler and prime director. This outreach may be a solar system, a molecule or the human body.
 

Figure 9.16 - Center and Periphery
 
9.40 - Center and Periphery - "A center of introductory action is necessary in all operations of Nature." All structures require a foundation. This neutral center is the foundation.
 
"Every molecule, every mass, every moving body in space, every solar system, every stellar system, EVERY ROTATORY SYSTEM, is built about a NEUTRAL CENTER. It is the indestructible unit around which all that we recognize as matter is built. Immovable itself, it moves all things. Indestructible itself throughout infinity of time, it creates all things. It produced and preserves the incalculable energy of motion of the entire Universe. It bears the unthinkable burden of the mass of the Universe. It is the most wonderful thing Man has discovered in the Universe since he discovered fire.
 
"If we should take a planet of say 20,000 miles diameter and should displace a portion of the interior so as to have a crust of say 5,000 miles thickness, and at the center of the planet, place a billiard ball, that small mass, immeasurably smaller than the bulk of the earth, would bear the entire burden of the mass of the crust 5,000 miles thick and would keep it equidistant from itself. No power, however great, could possibly displace this central mass so as to bring it into contact with the crust. Furthermore, to move this central mass in any direction, would require a force sufficient to move the entire mass of the planet, and in propagating or continuing any such motion the neutral center, this billiard ball, will at all time periods remain still in the exact center, bearing the same equidistant relation to its hollow shell. The mind staggers in contemplating the burden borne by this neutral center, where weight ceases." No less wonderful are other properties of the neutral center.
 
"It is the cause of the physical Universe. Its attraction condensed that which we recognize as substance. Matter was evolved from the affinity of this neutral center for sympathetic streams and since it is immovable, it caused, through negative attraction the formation of nodes in these streams, where the vibrations thereafter continued to meet in a center of sympathetic coincidence causing the permanence of form and matter. Every nebula, an embryonic world, is acted upon, created and preserved by this neutral center, and at the termination of its cycle, it is ultimately also destroyed by it, causing its absorption into the Unknown from whence it came.
 
"The actual neutral center of the earth is, in fact, even infinitely smaller than the billiard ball referred to above. It consists of a compound interetheric point in space, so small that were we to magnify a pin head to the size of the sun, and from that substance take a particle of matter the same size, again magnifying it to the size of the sun, the neutral center would still be invisible, even though the structure of this last sub- stance was examined through the highest powered microscope ever created, or to be created. For the neutral center is INDIVISIBLE. Its attributes do not belong to matter, and pertain in no way to matter, which is but its exterior manifestation.
 
"Every aggregate mass consists of molecules, each of which has its neutral center where the three modes of vibration, dominant, harmonic, and enharmonic, meet in a center of sympathetic coincidence and are equated without cancellation of their energy." The proof of this assumption is that all matter responded to Keely's disintegratory process and must therefore consist of these fundamental modes of vibration.
 
"The fixed neutral center of the earth is the concentration or totalized power of all the several molecular neutral centers in the earth's mass. This neutral center, which is absolutely WITHOUT WEIGHT, an interetheric point in space, communicates direct by means of its outflow of sympathy, with every planetary mass in the Universe. Through its inflow of sympathy, through the solar intermediate, the sun, it receives the life flow from the SUPREME NEUTRAL CENTER that enables it to perpetuate its existence. Thus through the outflow from this Supreme Neutral Center that pivoting point of the Universe controls the existence and motion of not only every stellar, solar and planetary mass in space, but also the rotatory vibration, in every individual molecule, intermolecule, etc. through all the subdivisions of matter, thereby sustaining their existence and motion with the life flow.
 
"All foundations must be sufficient to bear their burden. Conceive then the Universe centered upon and resting the burden of is incalculable mass and kinetic energy on a vacuous interetheric point in space, so minute that it is actually INDIVISIBLE. This conception can only be fully comprehended by an infinite mind. Independent of time, because indestructible in its unity, independent in space, because through its properties space itself exists and without it would not exist, independent of matter because its properties in an external direction created all that we know as matter and gave it seeming permanence, the neutral center is that protean, uncreated, indestructible, forever-existing FIRST CAUSE. Without hands, without tools, without thought, without emotion, without love, without form, without substance, 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 before dawned on man's thought field. Had this been done, perpetual motion would have become a demonstrated fact. Were a machine so constructed as to use its properties, an introductory impulse would suffice to run it for centuries. However, this would not be a useful mechanical contrivance for no more energy could be obtained from it than was originally given, and its only value would be as a timekeeper." Keely did not seek to invent, nor did he claim to have invented, perpetual motion.
 
His actual achievement was the forming within a sphere of a neutral center made independent of gravity and all outside influences. He writes (12/17/1885): "The neutral center is only established when rotation exceeds 100 revolutions per minute, which is sufficient, with the vibratory circuit running at 100,000 per second, to neutralize the influence of gravity on the volume of the neutral third of the sphere." The neutral center controls its sphere of operation, whether that mass controlled by it be homogenous or complex. All differential mass antagonism is equated on the induction of certain orders of vibration. The structural conditions can be entirely adverse, even of unlike states --- gases with liquids, liquids with solids, solids with gases, its control will be as complete in one case as in the other.
 
"Besides the attractive quality in the neutral center which manifests itself in the law of individualization, of the attraction to itself of all other masses in space, is another and kindred phenomena, the opposite of the first, called by Keely "disturbance of equilibrium."
 
"The condition of unstable equilibrium was born in each neutral center, that by means of this arrangement, the neutral center might become the connective link or controlling tendency, holding these two properties in balance and assuming either phase at will. Between the dispersing positive and the attractive negative it stands, the deciding factor, the Universal Will. Keely says: "The action that induces this property I call the connective link is sympathetic planetary oscillation." The Snell Manuscript
 

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Figure 9.17 - Two Centers
 
9.41 - Dynamic Centers
 
Neutral Centers are triune in their steady-state natures and somehow split. These three centers are together One Center having a triune nature - positive, negative and neutral.
 
A harmonic center determines a circular orbit but an elliptical orbit requires three non-coincident centers. More on this in a later paper.
 

Figure 9.18 - Triple Centers
 
9.42 - Multiple Excited Centers
 
Excited means disturbed equilibrium. Excited is also a Disturbance. As in enery released/energy absorbed. An excited or disturbed center becomes a dominant center to which surrounding centers become subservient by neutral center modulation; i.e., induction (absorbing or assimilating vibratory energy which induction is propagated and maintained by sympathetic vibration or flows) as in the Bjerknes Effect. A second center is a virtual center and becomes sympathetically "disturbed" thereby becoming sub-servient to the dominant center and sub-dominant within the overall system. These are the centers about which particles then orbit and rotate on their own axis. This transfer of vibratory and oscillatory states reflects in periodic motions by sympathetic induction and maintain "relative" power and position to the Dominant Center of the original disturbance (source).

Which orderly propagating etheric disturbance is as the quiescent Mind of God thought the motionless Void into dynamical materiality. (Thinking disturbs quietness. Try it yourself.)
The ebb and flow of energy to and from these centers follows Keely's Law of Force. The Dominant Center sets the tone of all that happens around it whether within its own system or in neighboring systems into which it has an influence. The flow from center to center is a sympathetic vibratory interetheric flow. Being sympathetic it is harmonic. Upon merging with a secondary or sub-servient center the flow splits and becomes enharmonic to a degree dictated by number. The more harmonic a center in relation to neighboring centers the more its dominance and all relatively enharmonic centers will always be sub-servient to its over-riding influences.
 
"Neutral centers are the focalized seat of sympathetic concordance for controlling any differentiation that may exist outside, or in the mass that surrounds them." Keely and His Discoveries


Figure 9.19 - Wave Disturbance from Center to Center
(courtesy University of Science and Philosophy)
 
9.43 - Circular Harmonic Orbit - Contains one center or focus. Forces of expansion and contraction are balanced or equated. The energy level is stable, neither increasing or decreasing.

9.44 - Elliptical Enharmonic Orbit - Contains two centers or foci.
 
The smaller center has more energy than the larger, per unit of area. It attracts the planet with more force, hence into a smaller diameter orbit where velocity of orbit (revolution) increases.

The larger center has less energy than the smaller, per unit area. It attracts the planet with less force, hence into a larger diameter orbit where velocity of orbit (revolution) decreases.

Thus maintaining persistent and consistent conformity with Kepler's Laws of Orbiting Bodies:

In his Astronomia Nova 1609, Kepler pronounced:

1st Law - The orbit of a planet is elliptical and the Sun the source of motion is in one of the foci of this ellipse.

2nd Law - The apparent diurnal arcs of one eccentric are almost exactly proportional to the square of their distances from the Sun.

3rd Law - The periodic times of any two planets are to each other exactly as the cubes of the square roots of their mean distance.


 
9.45 - Orbital Phases:
 
Apogee - Planet has fastest spin, slowest orbit, least mass, least attraction.
 
Perigee - Planet has slowest spin, fastest orbit, most mass, most attraction.
 
From Apogee to Perigee - Planet is slowing spin, increasing orbit velocity, increasing mass, increasing attraction.
 
From Perigee to Apogee - Planet is increasing spin, decreasing orbit velocity, decreasing mass, decreasing attraction.
 
This simple illustration of periodically contracting and expanding orbits demonstrates a fundamental attribute of all vibrating or oscillating bodies: expansion and contraction. These two seemingly opposing conditions are governed by more fundamental forces.


Figure 9.20 - Phases of a Wave as series of Expansions and Contractions as per Square Law and Inverse Square Law.
(courtesy University of Science and Philosophy)

 
9.46 - Expansion and Contraction
 
"The following fundamental laws governing mathematical relations will briefly convey the idea of the principles governing universal ratios which is in every effect of motion the direct and inverse square of the distance, area or time dimensions and the cube of volume or potential dimensions. The direct and the inverse are the two way indicators of direction [to or from a center], the latter belonging to gravitational and the former to radiational effects." Russell, Genero-Radiative Concept, part 6b.
 
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Figure 9.21 - Compression Wave with expanded and contracted orbits

9.47 - Compression Zones - The graphic above attempts to show expanded orbits of oscillation of the rarefied or dispersed phase of a vibration in air. The contracted orbits of oscillation are within (cause) the compression or contraction phase of a vibration in air. The contractions and expansions are not caused by impact from outside bombardment but by sympathetically induced periodic or alternate harmonicity and inharmonicity from within (from center to center) along sympathetic lines of neutrality. See Figure 9.13.


 
9.48 - Expanding and Contracting - All dimensions simultaneously expand and contract in opposite directions of the same ratio.
 
"Contraction pressure is in inverse ratio to the square of the distance, area, plane orbit or time unit, and to the cube of the volume.
 
Expansion pressure is in direct ratio to the square of the distance, area, plane, orbit or time unit, and to the cube of the volume." Russell, The Universal One, pg 162.
 
"Every generative [contractive] effect of motion begins its cycle at its maximum in the region of lowest pressure, loses one half of every dimension of it at the high pressure point of its cycle wave, and exhausts its effect at the place of its beginning.
 
Every radiative [expansive] effect of motion begins its cycle at its minimum in the region of the lowest pressure, gains one-half of every dimension of it at the high pressure point of its cycle wave, and attains its maximum at the place of its ending." Russell, Genero-Radiative Concept, part 6b.

These being the case increasing energy is a smaller orbit (oscillation) and slower spin (vibration). Likewise decreasing energy is a larger orbit (oscillation) and faster spin (vibration). Another attribute mentioned by Russell is contracting is increasing in energy through multiplication. This means increasing energy is attractive - up to a point. Energy will increase in direct proportion to harmonicity and attraction or mutual affinity. Systems of increasing energy are multiplying energy and augmenting attraction/affinity (gravity). While systems of decreasing energy are dividing energy and increasing repulsion/radiation. In the graphic we see increasing orbit radii (oscillation) as less energy (dispersion) and decreasing orbit radii as attraction or compression.

These reciprocally locked attributes (contraction, expansion, spin, orbit velocity, mass and attraction), which Russell calls "dimensions", are not limited to the ones given. According to his theory there are eighteen of these attributes being actually nine dual or oppositely paired attributes. The orbiting body and its orbit are modified syncothetically or concertedly as each and every one of these attributes reciprocally changes.

The universal principles above apply to the various dimensions, attributes, aspects or parameters of all vibratory and oscillatory systems whether waves, vibrations or planetary orbits. In the list below I've added in a few extra to account for geometric projections.

9.49 - Eighteen Attributes of a Wave (Vibration + Oscillation)
 
01 - Length (Distance, Radius)
02 - Breadth (Area, Square)
02.1 - Breadth (Area, Circle)
03 - Thickness (Volume, Cubic)
03.1 - Thickness - (Volume, Sphere)
04 - Time (orbit period, #13)
04.1 - Time (spin period, #12)
05 - sex
06 - pressures
07 - potentials
08 - temperature
09 - ionization (repulsion, disintegration, dissociation as per cavitation)
10 - crystallization
11 - valence (affinity)
12 - axial rotation (planet or particle spin)
13 - orbital revolution
14 - mass (weight)
15 - color
16 - plane (above or below plane of ecliptic of primary)
17 - tone (sound, musical tones)
18 - ecliptic (above or below plane of ecliptic of primary)

These dimensions are characterized by two outstanding peculiarities common to all of them: an orderly periodicity and reciprocity. They are locked into and operate according to the geometric Principle of Duality or Principle of Reciprocity(6) meaning paired attributes are reciprocal to each other. See Russell's The Universal One for greater detail concerning these attributes or dimensions.
 
9.50 - Oscillatory Motion
 
Particles of a medium subjected to periodic impulses will behave in similar manner as the planet just mentioned. With the inducting forces impacting upon them they will change from a quiescent state which is to say a harmonic state of circular orbit to an elliptical orbit. During this elliptical orbit periodic increase and decrease of volume will occur as the elliptical orbits synchronize, phase in together adding themselves to peaks and subtracting themselves into troughs.
The more attractive phases synchronize into tighter accumulations while the less attractive phases synchronize into "looser" or more dispersed concerted actions. Hence we then have the compression and rarefaction phases of a standard sound wave.

Power is accumulated in the slowing of the spin of rotation, simultaneous decrease of orbital radius and increase of orbital speed. Power is released in the accelerating of spin of rotation, simultaneous increase of orbital radius and decrease of orbital speed.

9.51 - Time
 
Time is an interesting concept. I say concept because Time is not a thing - it is an idea - in the Mind wholly. The Rosicrucians, AMORC have a phrase in their philosophy that says "mind assigns dimension". In other words Mind (consciousness/experience) is the measure or metrology of that observed/experienced. In the case of Time we observe a sunrise and the Sun's path through our sky - which is to say - earth's orbit or journey around its primary (year) as also its rotation upon its axis (day). This phenomenon is divided into discrete pieces dividing a circle into more or less equal parts. This method gives us a "Time Ruler" by which the progression or passage of events may be tabulated or marked.

More concisely the earth's movement around the Sun is an event. This event is divided into segments or spaces; i.e., so much space covered in so much elapsed "Time". It has been said:

"Time, in its simplest definition, is the progression of events." Dr. H. S. Lewis

This is an agreeable definition for the reasons presented. This definition may be extend to include the variability of the event so described. This being earth's orbit which is not circular but is elliptical where the earth, in its travels around the Sun, is constantly changing velocity resulting in days of variable lengths. Time compresses and expands!

"Time decreases with potential. Time decreases with decrease in radius." Russell, The Universal One
 
Russell goes into this varying attribute of orbits quite well and ties or locks these variations with other effective attributes such as alternating potential, rotation (spin) speed, radius (distance from primary) and orbital velocity, among other similarly related attributes. In Russell's manner of presentation of these forces as "locked" together we may see how all forces are indeed active as a single force. All forces, i.e., events, are One compound and complex Event, inextricably locked together. To consider a single facet or attribute of force as an isolated event is to miss the true nature of the One Force creating One compound and complex Event. Such a separatists and isolationist viewpoint is misleading at best and dismisses the wider more complete picture.

Given the many regularly varying attributes of earth's orbit it could be well said Time varies in a regularly, periodically or rhymically varying manner. Time compresses (days/hours become shorter) during the slower portion of its orbital velocity and Time dilates (expands) (days/hours become longer) during its faster velocity of travel. A Time increment (day, hour, minute, second) is less long during the earth's slow orbit and faster rotation while further from the Sun. A Time increment (day, hour, minute, second) is longer during the earth's fast orbit and slower rotation nearer to the Sun.

Another repetitive event occuring in the Mind of Man is music. A cycle in practiced music is the bar and this bar is divided discretely into a measure of Time.

"(1) The division of musical phrases into certain regulated portions measured with regard to the value of the notes with respect to the semibreve, which, in modern music, is held to be the standard of time. There are two sorts of time, duple with two, four, or eight beats in a bar, and triple with three beats in a bar. There is also compound time, or time formed of the union of triple with duple, and triple with triple, each having a distinctive time signature. (2) The pace at which a movement is performed is called its time. " [A Dictionary of Musical Terms]
 
Notice the second defintion given above is substantially the same as Lewis' defintion. By substituting the word "movement" for "event" we see clearly the correlation.
 
It would be folly to separate Time from the events to which it is locked and of which it is the measure. Time is not a thing unto itself but an attribute of cyclical periodicity (change). It could be described in a more or less scientific manner as the "degree of change" or "rate of change" of a rhymically occuring event. It is as Lewis points out the measure of the progression of the event. In this regard it is correct to state Time cannot be solely a "measure of space".

According to Russell (The Universal One) there are interlocking attributes (what he calls dimensions) affecting planets based on their relative radius which impacts on its mass by virtue of the primary's potential. Two of these are rotation upon its axis and revolution or orbit around its primary. In short the closer a planet is to its primary the greater the potential in which it exists. This close proximity increases its mass, increases its speed of orbit (revolution) and decreases its spin (rotation) upon its axis. The further a planet is from its primary the less its potential. This distanced proximity decreases its mass, decreases its speed of orbit and increases its spin upon its axis. So at a close distance days are longer and years are shorter. A further distance (long radius) days are shorter and years are longer. It is apparent from this scenario a primary has zones of potential beginning near its surface as high potential and decreasing in potential in direct proportion to radius. Cayce said this gravity effect behaves as octaves of force.
 
"Consider as an Octave or a vibration as would be set in motion by the very activity of the gravitation in its activity." Cayce (195-54, A-12)
 
Meaning gravity doubles per decrease of radius unit. It is assumed this potential drop-off is the same as the Inverse Square Law. The energy twice as far from the source is spread over four times the area, hence one-fourth the intensity. Gravity, electricity, sound, light and radiation obey the Inverse Square Law. We can assume this is correct because during falling velocity and potential force increases. Gravity then may be this potential coupled with the principle that potential seeks higher potential in periodic proportion. Time therefore is an effect of revolution (year) and rotation (day). Each Time unit is an arithmetical relationship to/with each other. Time is not a thing or a constant but an effect and varies according to its localized system and perceiver of same. (My sympathies to the sci-fi writers.) An interval of Time may be further divided. Notice these are not discrete quantities but arePORTIONS/Divisions of a WHOLE just as in Russell's Scale of Locked Potentials and Keely's Thirds, Sixths and Ninths.
 
Music is a system of pulses of a given frequency fitted into a specific time reference. i.e., so many notes sounded within a measure (of time). This would result in a long cycle modulated with intermittent higher frequency tones. This appears to be especially true in the case of triplets (three tones sounded where two are timed for). This division of a unit of time is Russell's Universal Impulse aptly described in The Universal One, page 106-110.

* Semi-breve (whole-note), 'half a breve', longest note-value normally used in modern notation. (1, the Whole)
* Minim (half-note), half a semibreve. (1/2)
* Crotchet (quarter-note), fourth part of a semibreve and twice the value of a quaver. (1/4)
* Quaver (eighth-note), note which is half length of a crotchet, and eighth of a semibreve. (1/8)
* Semi-Quaver (sixteenth note), note with half time value of a quaver, and sixteenth time value of a semibreve. (1/16)
* Hemidemisemiquaver (sixty-fourth note), quarter of a semiquaver or 1/64th of a semibreve. (1/64)
* Semihemidemisemiquaver, note with half time value of a hemidemisemiquaver, and 128th time value of a semibreve. (1/128)
 
These divisions of Time correspond to Russell's division and multiplication of volume, energy and so forth (see Part 12 - Locked Potentials) - more amplification of the Square Law and its inverse. Time also corresponds proportionately to wavelength and frequency.
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1/2
1/4
1/16
1/64
1/16
1/4
1/2
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Figure 9.22 - Scale of Locked Potentials over Time
9.52 - Wave Propagation
For a wave to exist there must be something to vibrate and oscillate which is to say some center that can be alternately excited centripetally and centrifugally. In relation to space in older times science accepted the Ether Theory and it was this ether, according to their theories, that responded to excitation and conveyed that excitation from a sound source throughout the medium to objects capable of responding sympathetically. In reviewing the various theories of the ether put forward it can be seen from our modern perspective these theories were guessing at a quantum realm not knowable in those early days (with the sole exception in Keely) for lack of appropriate equipment and research data.
 
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Figure 9.23 - Wave Flow as function of Periodic Attraction and Dispersion


Figure 9.24 - Wave Flow as function of Particle Rotation


Figure 9.25 - Wave Flow and Wave Length as function of Particle Rotation

 
9.53 - Wave Flow - "The atomolic substance is what is termed the ether which fills all space and is the transmitting medium for all celestial and terrestrial forces. This is the liquid ether of occult science. The atomoles are made up of atomolini (singular atomolinus); the subdivision of matter from this point is beyond man's power, as at this point it escapes all control of apparatus, passing through glass and hardened steel as a luminous flame without heat, which is hardly seen before it vanishes, - a perpetual flame coldly luminous." Keely, The Snell Manuscript

The ether then corresponds to our modern Quantum Realm of matter composed of photons, muons, gluons, etc. The ether according to Keely was composed of minute forms of matter organized around centers. This primal form of matter he called atomoles which considered composed of atomlini. Likewise Russell lists twenty five different forms of proto-matter (preceding Hydrogen) capable of being classed as "ether". Our modern theories of quantized energy units could all be considered as ether or etheric matter. There is no one kind or type of ether - there are many kinds and types possessing many ranges of energies. Thus the earlier scientists and philosophers theorized and postulated of and foresaw a Quantum World long before science was capable of describing and proving such a world. Our current investigations into this Quantum World of quarks, muons, neutrinos, etc. is an investigation into Keely's ether which we suppose are the rarefied elements classified in the first three octaves of Russell's Elemental Chart. It is presumed, generally speaking, Russell's First Octave corresponds to Keely's Compound Interetheric. The second octave to Interetheric and the third octave to Etheric. Octave Four is the Interatomic. While octaves 5-10 are Keely's Atomic classification. These first few octaves are the sympathetic states or flows often mentioned by Keely. On the far side of the spectrum of elements are a few more octaves of dispersed energy states where energy is given up as matter dissociates into its constituent or aliquot parts - the Death side of the spectrum. These are what Keely referred to as anti-sympathetic.

9.54 - Law of Matter and Energy - "Coexistensive and coeternal with space and duration, there exists an infinite and unchangeable quantity of atomoles, the base of all matter; these are in a state of constant vibratory motion, infinite in extent, unchangeable in quantity, the initial of all forms of energy." Keely, 1894.

These atomoles of Keely's are the building blocks of all matter and form, coming together by virtue of their high degree of sympathy into larger and larger forms of matter. This morphology is not unlike modern morphology wherein atoms and molecules are built from smaller quantum entities.

An addition of positive or concordant energy will cause more of these atomoles to aggregate into a larger composite body as into an atom or molecule. If a "negative" or discordant influence is brought to bear on these centers they will disperse or not tend to aggregate.

Due to their inherently high degree of sympathy what happens to one atomole will eventually happen to them all - in accordance with their degree of sympathy. If a concordant influence be applied to one it will contract and become momentarily more energized through absorption and more concordant thus attracting its neighboring atomoles which are also experiencing momentary or periodic absorption and contraction. The process of experiencing periodic harmonization (concordance) and inharmonization (discordance) propagates from one center to its neighbor. First experiencing harmonic influence (attraction/harmonization) then an enharmonic influence (dispersion/enharmonization). This periodic pulsation is like breathing. Each of these two states may be treated as flows, streams or currents "traveling" from center to center beginning at the center of disturbance and propagating outward. One state is preponderant then the other becomes preponderant mutually exchanging influence and effect.

These two states adhere to and demonstrate the Bjerknes Effect where attraction and repulsion are functions of discord and harmony and as evidenced in Keely's Laws of Attraction and Repulsion previously discussed.
 
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Figure 9.26 - Harmonized Motions (increased energy)
 
9.55 - Harmonized Motions - When the attractive harmonic influence bears on the center the subservient adjunct orbiting electrons will tend to assimilate to their general center all the while gaining energy - in discrete leaps or steps. Likewise neighboring centers will tend to assimilate each other as the medium densifies as energy increases. This is the absorptive state, mutual affinitization or harmonic stream.
 

Figure 9.27 - Enharmonized Motions (decreased energy)
 
9.56 - Enharmonized Motions - When the dispersive enharmonic influence bears on the center the subservient adjunct orbiting electrons will tend to disperse away from their general center. Likewise neighboring centers will tend to repel each other as the medium rarefies as energy decreases. This is the dispersive state or enharmonic stream.
Part 01 - Overall General View
Part 02 - Origin of Polar States
Part 03 - Polarity Manifests as Rotating Vortex
Part 04 - Rotation on Three Planes
Part 05 - Three Rotating Planes Become Spheres
Part 06 - Formation of Cubes
Part 07 - Compound Cubes
Part 08 - Sympathetic Streams and 3-D Matter
Part 09 - What Vibration Is
Part 10 - What Sympathy Is
Part 11 - SVP Music Model
Part 12 - Locked Potentials
Part 13 - Rotation from Vibration/Oscillation
Part 14 - Keely's Mysterious Thirds, Sixths and Ninths
Part 15 - Dissociating Water Acoustically
Part 16 - Electricity and Magnetism
Part 17 - Gravity
Addendum - - - - - - - - - - - -
01 - Bjerknes Effect
02 - Chart of Locked Potentials
03 - Ether
04 - Origin of Matter
05 - Indig Numbers
06 - One Phase of Keely's Discoveries...
07 - Pond's Original Notes on the Scale______
08 - Laws of Being
09 - Table of the Elements
10 - Keely's Forty Laws
11 - Russell's Laws and Principles
12 - What Electricity Is.
13 - Puharich, Water Dissociation via AC
14 - As a Man Thinketh
15 - Genero-Radiative Concept
16 - The Action of Force is Spiro-Vortex
99 - Definitions

"A truth's initial commotion is directly proportional to how deeply the lie was believed. It wasn't the world being round that agitated people, but that the world wasn't flat. When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic."
~~~Dresden James

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Part 9 - What Vibration Is

9.1 - Conventional View
     Figure 9.2 - Vibration vs Oscillation
9.2 - Conventional View of Wave Motion
     Figure 9.3 - Compression Wave
9.3 - Wave Motions
9.4 - Elements of the SVP Model
     Figure 9.6 - Polar States or Conditions
9.5 - Law of Couples
9.6 - Polar States
9.7 - Attraction
9.8 - Law of Attraction
9.9 - Repulsion
9.10 - Law of Repulsion
     Figure 9.7 - Four Fundamental Motions of a Penduluum
9.11 - Vibratory & Oscillatory Nature of Matter
     Figure 9.10 - Vibratory and Oscillatory Motions
9.13 - Law of Corporeal Vibration
9.14 - Law of Harmonic Vibrations
9.15 - Oscillation
9.16 - Law of Corporeal Oscillations
9.17 - Law of Sympathetic Oscillation
     Figure 9.11 - Vibratory and Oscillatory Motions, side view
9.18 - Signature/Chord
9.19 - Harmonically created signature/chord
9.20 - Law of Harmonic Pitch
9.21 - Inharmonically created signature/chord
9.22 - Law of Cycles
9.23 - Acoustic Forces
9.24 - Law of Force
9.25 - Law of Sympathetic Oscillation
9.26 - Creative
9.27 - Law of Vibrating Atomolic Substances
9.28 - Transmissive
9.29 - Law of Transmissive Vibraic Energy
9.30 - Propagation Function and Rates
9.31 - Attractive
9.32 - Law of Attraction
9.33 - Law of Repulsion
9.34 - Sympathy
9.35 - Neutral (focal) Centers
     Figure 9.12 - Forces assimilating to and dispersing from Center of Coincidence
     Figure 9.13 - Neutral Center dynamics
     Figure 9.14 - Night and Day interactions with Neutral Center
9.38 - Atoms as Sympathetic Centers

     Figure 9.15 - Phases of a Wave as series of Expansions and Contractions
     Figure 9.16 - Center and Periphery
     Figure 9.17 - Two Centers
     Figure 9.18 - Triple Centers
     Figure 9.19 - Wave Disturbance from Center to Center
9.44 - Elliptical Enharmonic Orbit
9.45 - Orbital Phases
     Figure 9.20 - Phases of a Wave as series of Expansions and Contractions as per Square Law and Inverse Square Law.
     Figure 9.21 - Compression Wave with expanded and contracted orbits
9.48 - Expanding and Contracting
9.49 - Eighteen Attributes of a Wave
9.50 - Oscillatory Motion
9.51 - Time
     Figure 9.22 - Scale of Locked Potentials over Time
     Figure 9.23 - Wave Flow as function of Periodic Attraction and Dispersion
9.54 - Law of Matter and Energy
     Figure 9.26 - Harmonized Motions (increased energy)
     Figure 9.27 - Enharmonized Motions (decreased energy)
9.56 - Enharmonized Motions