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Topic: John Keely's
Laws of Harmony
Section: Law of Repulsion
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"Juxtaposed coherent aggregates vibrating in discord are mutually repelled."
Commentary May, 1986
We have taken the liberty of discussing these two laws as they are mutually agreeable in subject matter; i.e., attraction and repulsion. These two laws reflect the universality of Keely's laws of harmony. When two differing bodies associate (juxtaposed or relative in space and time), like attracts like and unlike repel (like or unlike in rate or frequency of vibration). Many of us know that we are attracted to others who resonate to our wavelength and we have also experienced the opposite when others disagree with our stance on various subjects. The same takes place in the atomic or subatomic realm. For instance mercury adheres strongly to mercury but does not always adhere to other substances as readily. Certain elements used in crystal growing (silicon & iron oxide + amethyst) readily combine while others need a complex process to bring them together. The latter can be witnessed when a crystal is desired from a solution, either liquid or gas, that is not naturally homogeneous and must be made so artificially.
These two laws lay at the foundation of sympathetic vibratory physics and other fields of study, such as chemistry, psychology, mathematics. Like in nature (inner constitution) attracts while unlike in nature (inner constitution) repels. Opposite poles of a magnet attract because they are (conceptually) alike in their inner constitution yet opposite in polar orientation. Male and female dogs, cats or humans are attracted to each other in species because the inner constitution is similar but the orientation (sex) is opposite.
The general discussion of polarity is fundamental to a more comprehensive understanding of John Keely's discoveries and the work of others.
Commentary July, 1989
The first law describes how and why crystals are what they are. The second law describes how a pressurized gas is what it is.
The two laws describe two opposite states of matter under two opposite states of association. Harmony is opposite from discord - one attracts the other repels.
This concept of polarity brings to mind a great many questions. For instance; do atoms join together because of their ion valency as is being taught in conventional physics or are they united because of harmonic relations of their respective vibratory make-ups? What is electrochemical valency? What causes two opposite charges to unite? Why is one charge positive and the other negative? Is there an isolatable characteristic causing polar opposition that can be defined and studied?
Quantum mechanics (the study of sub-atomic phenomena) founds its very existence on vibratory forces. Mechanical concepts such as Newton's Laws of Physics are founded on gross material ideas. The idea that an object or mass tends to remain at rest until acted upon does not take into consideration that every tiny component making up that mass is under such tremendous vibratory and orbital motion that science can not determine to any great degree of accuracy where those components are at any given time!!! Soooo - is the mass at rest or does it just seem (to our senses) merely so??? The Newtonian concept as embodied in its very own laws is a gross material viewpoint and suffices when speaking in and with material terms. However once the veil has been lifted from our unseeing eyes into the realms of sub-atomic phenomena a new approach must be taken if an understanding of the actuality of the phenomena is to be had.
Even more absurd is the accepted idea that atoms can even hold themselves together at all!!! An electron spinning around a nucleus (conventional model) would or should flee its orbit due to centrifugal force. Yet it doesn't. What force could there be sufficiently strong to hold this atom together?
Even the unimaginable forces of hurricanes, earthquakes or volcanic heat cannot break down these bounds which are indeed stronger than the strongest steel.
The idea of weak and strong molecular forces just does not hold up when imagining the forces at work in nature. What is there about harmonic and enharmonic frequencies that can bind or repel objects? Why does a harmonic chord pull objects together? Why does an enharmonic chord cause the same objects to repel each other?
Perhaps the individual particles (when in harmonic relationship) create a series of node points surrounding themselves. These node points are in set about the center of the forces as would be orbital rings or concentric rings equidistant from the center. Because a node point is a place of least activity (least vibratory motion) that any surrounding object would tend to move into this place and remain there. It would be at relative "peace" or quietude. If several objects were arranged around each other in a three dimensional matrix pattern each and every one would seek to come to rest on a node ring relative to each other. Thus a vector alignment would result and we could see that the objects would naturally form in a crystalline pattern. This pattern would be formed of lines 90° to each other and the center of each particle would align itself along these lines. Any particle center that was temporarily not aligned along these lines would eventually come into sync along a line of least resistance.
Just the opposite is experienced in a repellent situation. If a change in frequency chord is sent into this "hard alignment" the concentric ring radii would vary and the three directional vectors would change relative to each other. The centralizing tendency of the particle centers would vary and eventually break down would occur. According to Keely's work - the breakdown would occur when one directional distance exceeds a 4 to 1 ratio with another directional vector.
These concentric ring formations are a three dimensional configuration. They would represent a "shell" or a zone surrounding the center of activity of the particle fixed at a given distance from the particles' center. The next furthest ring would be at a fixed distance and this second ring's distance would also be a place of relative quiet. Orbital particles would settle on these rings and the distance between them could only be spanned as a "jump" or what has been come to be known as the Quantum Leap. A certain quanta or quantity of energy is required to be absorbed or released from the orbital conglomeration depending on whether the orbital unit is riding one concentric shell zone or another zone. Each orbit of the unit can be considered as a unit of frequency - either the velocity is increased to cover the same time of orbit on a longer or shorter orbit path or the different length of path is covered in a different time or orbit. Transition orbit time and length of vibration are interchangeable. Thus each side of the equation must remain in balance or relative.