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Topic: John Keely's
Laws of Harmony
Section: Law of Molecular Synthesis and Combination (Organic)
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"The molecular pitch must be a derived harmony of the radicals.
Scholium: Reconstruction of electric units to represent pitches and amplitudes."
Commentary April, 1988
This law is another example of what appears to be the fundamental principle conveyed throughout Keely's work. That all frequencies being dealt with must always be a harmonic relationship if the intention is to maintain integrity. When seeking to create molecules from atoms the end frequency must be in harmonic relation to the frequencies of the combining frequencies of the atoms. (If the hypotenuse A is the fundamental: the sum of the squares of the height b and base a demonstrates this.) If the atoms (b and a ) have a frequency of 2 or 3 then the resulting molecule A must have a frequency relative to 2 or 3 for the molecule to be stable.
The scholium evidently refers back to what was said in the Law of Chemical Affinity (SVP December, 1987), i.e., recalibrating tables that they will reflect the vibratory state of the elements of calculation used as a basis of mathematical notation in these processes.
Once all these modes of measurement have been brought into a true and meaningful relationship one to another much more will become apparent in physics and the final result will be a true whole view of science and nature. Just as music has all of its components relative to one another so to should science restructure its mathematical components such that we aren't burdened with overly complex formulae and methods while attempting to decipher nature's art.