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Topic: John Keely's
Laws of Harmony
Section: Law of Oscillating Atomoles
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"Atomoles oscillating at a uniform pitch (determined by their uniform size and weight) produce the creative force Atomolity, whose transmissive form, Gravism, is propagated through more rarefied media, producing the static effect upon all other atomoles, denominated Gravity."
Commentary January 1987
A great portion of the literature extant today tries to equate gravity as a force, something to be aligned with electricity, magnetism and molecular forces forming the four basic forces of the universe. We have seen some laws as given by John Keely where these forces are indeed related as Creative, Transmissive and Receptive. However, he equates Electricity as a Creative force, Magnetism "the mutual attraction of juxtaposed bodies vibrating at unison or harmonic electric pitches," and Gravity as "the mutual attraction of atomoles."
Electricity and Atomolity are Creative forces whereas Magnetism and Gravity are Static forces. Furthermore, he makes a distinction that electricity and magnetism originates from vibrating atoms while gravity arises from vibrating atomoles. We can then say that electricity is the active half of the electromagnetic duality while magnetism is the non-active or static half. Atomolity is the active force of the Gravitic dual and Gravity is the non-active or static half. We will quote from Keely himself again on electricity and gravity.
What is Gravity?
"Gravity is an eternal existing condition in etheric space, from which all visible forms are condensed. It is inherent in all forms of matter, visible and invisible. It is not subject to time or space. It is an established connective link between all forms of matter from their aggregation. Time is annihilated by it, as it has already traversed space when the neutral centers of the molecules were established. It is nothing more than an attractive, sympathetic stream, flowing towards the neutral center of the earth, emanating from molecular centers of neutrality, concordant with the earth's center of neutrality and seeking its medium of affinity with a power corresponding to the character of the molecular mass."
Commentary March, 1990
Levitation anyone? This law may help us to understand the cause and eventual control of gravity.
Before we can grasp these insightful concepts we must understand the terminology used. What is an "Atomole?" Keely defined this term as: "Atomoles are elementary units of matter uniform in size and weight, and exist in solid, liquid, gaseous, and isolated forms." The word atomole is derived from the Latin and Greek meaning "unit of energy." This atomole resembles our quarks in that there are three quarks contained within an electron and we may suppose also in the proton and maybe even the neutron. However the distinctions made in this law refer primarily to the three modes of energy: Creative, Transmissive and Receptive or Static. This concept of three modes of propagation or types of energy is the greatest difference between Keely's view of atomic physics and that of modern science. Modern science does not yet recognize these three forms as three distinct parts of a whole. However, exploring Ohm's Law brings one face to face with this reality of three-ness. V = IxR. V is the resultant of a force after it has passed through a media having resistance. I is the originating current flow (Creative); R is the resistance this force encounters as it passes through the "conductor"; and V is the quantity remaining of the original force. Herein we have a confirmation of the ancient and fabulous Law of Three. This law was much spoken of by the famed English physicist John Dalton around 1600.
These three aspects of a given "force" can be arranged together to better show their relationships:
Creative I Atomolity Sound
Transmissive R Gravism Sonism
Receptive V Gravity Sonity
Of course, this is an over simplification. Each of these three "states" of the force are much more complex than at first appears. But the simple can and does lead to the more complex. A complex description of the force can be made at each and every "state." This would entail a great deal of research and meticulous notation. Also there needs to be a rewrite of the basic premises from which Ohm formed his law.
Atomoles [quantized units of energy] oscillating [oscillation is a rhythmically recurring translatory motion] at a uniform pitch [pitch is the relative frequency of vibration] (determined by their uniform size and weight) produce the creative force Atomolity, [Atomolity is the activative or Creative force] whose trans-missive form, Gravism, [Gravism is the radiative or radiating energy] is propagated through more rarefied media, [this transmissive energy propagates through a less dense media such as electricity traveling through the vacuum of space] producing the static effect upon all other atomoles, denominated Gravity. [Static refers to the receptive or female aspect of this same energy].
This law describes the origin, function and modus operandi of gravity. It (gravity) is, as some profess, a vibratory (sound) phenomenon. It is also a push and a pull motion. But there is something different here and that is this idea of the transmissive gravism passing into more rarefied media. This is not so commonly noticed because we tend to think of electricity (for example) as traveling through more dense media such as the atmosphere or along (within) solid metallic conductors.
A really good example of this is a tuning fork?! It is used to vibrate (Creative atomolity) thus in turn causing the air to vibrate (transmissive gravism) rendering an effect on the air molecules (a less rarefied media) the result is an alternating condensation (a pulling together of the molecules or static gravity) and rarefaction (a mutual repelling of the air molecules).
The "how does this happen" needs to be explored before this law can successfully be used. How can a more dense vibrating substance effect a less dense substance? The answer lies in atomic dissociation (destruction). This was a common subject of discussion in the late 1800s. It was found that sound is actually created and propagated by atomic destruction thus liberating sub-atomic particles which radiate outward effecting neighboring atoms - in this case other sub-atomic particles. Keely often mentioned this fact and said that a bell left to vibrate over a period of centuries would eventually cease to exist having given up all of its sub-atomic and atomic substances to this process of dissociation.
This being true - it can be seen that the vibrating aggregate, as it changes from a condensed to a rarefied state, actually dissolves thus liberating its component particles which travel through space acting against sympathetically aligned atoms in the vicinity causing them to resonate similarly and eventually going through the same process as the first atomic structure, if allowed to behave in accord with their natural tendencies to do so.
Further thought shows us that this transmissive gravism travels through vacuous space (from a more dense body such as the Sun) and acts on any atomic structure possessing these atomoles. It also travels through the interstices of molecules (a less dense media) to effect atomic structures beyond them. Thus Gravity cannot be shielded or detoured around any known substance because all known substances contain atomoles. Keely also maintained that the dynaspheres of an atom are composed of atomoles or an atomolic substance - this would further facilitate the transmissive gravism to travel through these interstices between the molecules.
Atomolity may be likened unto sound (in function). The difficulty is we have no word (commonly accepted) for the form of sound that travels or the form that is passive. Sound may be the creative form of a force which creates alternating zones of condensation and rarefaction. Sound may also be considered as a current or flow of phonons. The same holds true for atomolity whose active particles may be atomoles. Gravism is its form that travels or is transmitted and gravity is the passive form or the result of its having traveled and its (atomolitic) effect. In the case of sound, Keely defined the traveling or transmissive form as sonism and its passive form as sonity.
Modern physics does not yet recognize any but the originating form of an energy. Keely recognized three distinct and discrete forms of force acting as one force. Ohm's Law can be used as a guide in developing an intricate equation which defines these three forms of this one force from its creation, during its transmission and its resultant state or condition.
Another comparative force can be examined that also reveals this triune condition - that of light. It originates (as far as we are concerned herein) in the Sun, travels through space and impinges on atmospheric molecules and atoms. We are uncertain how this light force is created; we are uncertain how it is transmitted (wave or particle?) but we are familiar with its resultants - heat and colors, each possessing vast varieties of modes of manifestation. For the most part science has concerned itself with the resultant or symptom of this solar created light force and not with its cause or method of transmission.
It may take years for science to recognize, define and accept a triune paradigm of forces operating within and throughout our Universe.