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Topic: John Keely's
Laws of Harmony
Section: Law of Chemical Transposition
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"New molecules must be harmonics of the fundamental pitch."
Commentary February, 1988
If anything can be said about Keely's physical philosophy it is that of consistency. Over and over the same idea is conveyed. For vibrating bodies to associate they must be of a harmonic relationship. Remember that this harmonic relationship is not restricted to numbers of octaves as 2, 4, 8, etc.. It also applies to the other intervals as are demonstrated in music notation. Greater number intervals simply implies less aggregative power by degrees. In other words a molecule may be very in dense when the numbers are octaves or even fourths or fifths but may be much less dense if the interval is a ninth or twelfth.
The vibrations of a molecule may be said to be its signature. The signature, together with the fundamental, is synonymous with Keely's term "mass chord."
Conversely if the intervals be rendered into discords and amplified we may expect dissociation. This is one of the aspects of gases. The molecules are discordant one to another and repulse the other bodies around themselves. This repulsion is also by degrees of discordance. The greater the discord and amplitude the greater the pressure developed by the gas.
Thus perhaps we can see where or how Keely took plain water (a partially discordant collection of molecules) and increased their particular frequency amplitude until it simply "exploded" itself into a vapor. By knowing the frequencies of the vapor he could simply repeat the process using higher and higher frequencies until he had a confined plasma gas under incredible pressure. This we hope to demonstrate in the next subsequent issues and articles, it was this plasmic gas he apparently used to power his cannon and motors.