Figure 2 - Triune Modes. Three modes of a vibration:
Longitudinal as straight-line or back and forth; Transverse or zigzag
90ƒ to the first and Raleigh or Love waves 90ƒ to the first two modes
and which are circular or vortexian and manifest primarily as
elliptical or apsidal in shape. None of these modes can exist
independent of the other two.
Keely: "The human ear cannot detect the triple chord of
any vibration, or sounding note, but every sound that is induced of any
range, high or low, is governed by the same laws, as regards triple
action of such, that govern every sympathetic flow in Nature. Were it
not for these triple vibratory conditions, change of polarity could
never be effected, and consequently there could be no rotation."