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Topic: John Keely's
Laws of Harmony
Section: Law of Oscillating Atomic Substances
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"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."
Commentary September, 1986
The Law of Harmonic Attraction and Repulsion we take to be the laws discussed in issue #8 and possibly the law discussed in issue #10. Please review these. These laws for a comprehensive WHOLE and should be considered so. (Unlike conventional science wherein there are so many laws scattered amongst the various disciplines.) Keely seemed to have created a truly unified approach that promises to bring many different subject areas into a comprehensive paradigm.
In this law we can begin to see and understand Keely's classification process of matter. Material aggregates labeled "atomic" are those substances that have a natural frequency range of from 1 to 3,145,728 cps (see Keely's Frequencies in issue #9).
Herein he also differentiates between a "creative force" called Sonity, the "transmissive force" called Sound, and the "static force" or "attractive force," Sonism. We can see at a glance that this does not coincide with modern theory. We may even begin to perceive the idea of why Keely claimed sound, a transmissive force, travels at 20,000 fps in a vacuum. This may be true if one considers sound to be an aggregation of phonons just as light is an aggregation of photons or electricity is an aggregation of electrons. An unhindered phonon (lacking molecular interference within a vacuum) may very well travel at this rate! Besides this, sound is a conscious perception, i.e., it is only sound if it is audible to the human ear. Anything traveling at 20,000 fps isn't going to be audible! On top of all this, a phonon, being an interatomic or subatomic particle wouldn't necessarily be hindered by a gross molecular substance such as the vacuum chamber's walls, but would, theoretically, pass right through it just as light photons pass through "solid" glass unhindered or even as magnetic particles pass through "solid" steel.
Getting off the subject (but still within it's scope) regarding perception, I'd like to make a case for supra light speeds, or the possibility of something traveling faster than light. Light is a sensory perception, which means the eyes are capable of receiving photons at this rate and has the ability to convert them into nerve signals, etc. Because electromagnetic phenomena also travel at this speed, the visual perception apparatus of man is marvelously suited for this purpose. However, in the hypothetical case of something traveling faster than light and/or electromagnetic speeds, they cannot be perceived because they out race the visual apparatus of man. This also holds true for any instruments he may use which are based on electrical circuits for measuring such a supra-light velocity. Logically, there could be many things traveling at these incredible velocities, but because of the aforementioned restrictions it is doubtful they can be readily perceived and measured. This difficulty nevertheless does not preclude the existence of such entities.
The first part of this law, "Coherent atomic substances are capable of oscillating at a pitch varying directly as the density, and inversely as the linear dimensions from one period frequency per unit of time" reads very much like Tesla's description of energy quoted below:
"The kinetic and potential energy of a body is the result of motion (vibration) and determined by the product of its mass and the square of its velocity. et the mass be reduced, the energy is diminished by the same properties. If it be reduced to zero, the energy is likewise zero for any finite velocity." Nikola Tesla
Energy, of course, is an equation of motion (velocity or vibration), Einstein's Theory of E=MC2 quite clearly exemplifies this. That Keely classifies "atomic substances" by and within a given frequency range is almost unintelligible until we come to realize that an atomic substance is different than a molecular substance in his way of thinking. A pure crystal may be called an atomic substance when it is composed of a single atomic substance or element, whereas a molecular substance is composed of two or more atoms (atomic substances of elements), according to modern chemical theory. It is logical to think that two different atoms, vibrating at different chords, will have a modulating effect on each other that may lead to a lower frequency range due to harmonics but also because the linear dimension has INCREASED and the density has decreased, each of which by itself, would have lowered the frequency. So the second part of his statement appears to be true.
That an atomic substance can have more density than a molecular substance is not quite as far out a concept as it first appears. There can be fitted far more atoms in a given space than can molecules and the "empty" spaces between such atoms is also smaller than the "empty" space surrounding the molecules. Following this concept further one could grasp, at least conceptually, why Keely claimed Šther is 987,000 times denser than steel, because more Šther particles can be placed in a given volume than steel molecule (a complex molecule, meaning LARGE molecule) and the resulting surrounding "empty" space is almost non-existent or at least not measurable. It is also logical to think that some atoms are as large as some molecules and vice versa because Keely claims the frequency bands of atomic vibrations and molecular vibrations overlap to some degree.
Commentary November, 1989
Coherent atomic substances are capable of oscillating (oscillation is a rhythmically recurring translatory movement) at a pitch (pitch is the relative frequency of vibration) varying directly as the density (a coherent substance is like a crystal of a pure atomic element. The atoms are all the same and are ideally situated within the crystalline structure. The oscillations of this substance increase in frequency directly in relation to the crystal's density - the higher the density the higher the frequency) and inversely as the linear dimensions (as the linear dimensions increase the frequency diminishes and as the size diminishes the frequency increases) from one period of frequency per unit of time to the 21st octave above (the oscillations begin at one cycle per second or whatever time unit is employed and continue up to the 21st octave or to the middle of the electromagnetic wave spectrum, i.e., radio, at 2,097,152 cycles per second - this is the limit of atomic oscillations), producing the creative force of Sonity (this produced force is a new complex action resulting from the interactions of these frequencies resulting from homogeneous oscillations of this coherent medium - lattice structure - which bears these particular characteristics), whose transmissive force (Sound) (Sound is the propagating or carrying medium that is the vehicle through which this new complex creative force - sonity - is transmitted) is propagated through the media of solids, liquids, and gases, and whose static effect (Sonism) (Sonism is a new complex assortment of forces or rather effects of the force sonity possessing attributes some of which we have come to recognize as short and long atomic and molecular forces - atomic and molecular cohesion in other words when attractive and fission or dissociation when disruptive) produces attractions and repulsions between sympathetically vibrating bodies (the particular character - attraction or repulsion is a function of the degree of sympathy or like vibratory characteristics of the aggregated bodies or atoms in which the creative force sonity has been introduced) according to the Law of Harmonic Attraction and Repulsion (the character of the attraction or repulsion is dictated by the atom's degree of conformity to the Law of Harmonic Attraction and Repulsion - see SVP July, 1989).
This is a complex law. It entails the creative force, the transmissive force and the effects of these forces on third party coherent particles. Remember particles are really vibrating bundles of energy each possessing its own particular range and assortment of vibration frequencies, modes and other particulars.
Each will tend to react to the creative force, sonity, impinging upon it in a slightly different manner. The creative force, sonity, is also unique in its characteristics dependent upon the nature of the initial make-up of the aggregates from which it originates and of course the transmissive force, sound, is again entirely characterized by the media in which it finds itself.
A good analogy is a speaker, creative, speaking through the medium of the atmosphere, sound, and the listener passively being effected, sonism, by that which was created - the lecture - then transmitted through the air by way of sound.
The inner nature of that which was meant is not that which is being conveyed by the air and may not be that which is understood. A good speaker, on the other hand, is one that can maintain the integrity of that which is in his mind through the entire process of communication. When the speaker (that which is creative), the medium of transmission (quiet, still air) and the listener (that which is receptive) are in a high degree of sympathy then perfect transmission can and does take place. If on the other hand, the speaker is incoherent, the room is noisy and the listener is bored or distracted then perfect sympathy is disturbed and the integrity of the message is likewise destroyed. The listener no longer hears or understands that which is meant to be conveyed. And likewise the speaker is no longer being received or understood according to that which he intended.
This law specifically refers to sympathetically tuned aggregates or those aggregates that have the same pitches of vibration such as components of crystal-like substances. Even though it does not pertain directly to people engaged in conversation the analogy is nonetheless valid. This is because two or more people can be sympathetic to one another. When their ideals, goals, likes and dislikes are similar they are drawn naturally together - they are repelled from each other to the degree that their ideals, goals, likes and dislikes are dissimilar. This law is a law because it embodies common sense and it can be seen to apply to every situation involving two or more similar interacting things. Common sense and universal applicability are imperative.