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noun: an object that is able both to attract iron and steel objects and also push them away.
noun: Magnetized object possessing or exhibiting a magnetic field

Keely
"The effect of the magnet is one of the effects of the law of sympathetic association, which Keely demonstrates as the governing medium of the universe throughout animate and inanimate nature." [Keelys Secrets - Part 2 - One Phase of Keelys Discovery in Its Relation to the Cure of Disease]

"The explanation of the magnetic flow? is very simple. The harmonic attractive chord?, thirds, induces nodal interference on the harmonic current in the earth's polar stream, and it moves toward the negative pole to flow out through the positive end. The diversion of the harmonic portion of the stream from the dominant portion causes the magnet to assume its position. [POLARIZATION AND DEPOLARIZATION]

"A discussion has recently been carried on in one of our Reviews, as to whether the energy which feeds the magnet comes from the atmosphere, from gravity, from solar rays, or from earth currents. Nothing is more simple than Keely's explanation, as proved by his demonstrations. The energy of the magnet comes from the polar stream; and, though the introductory impulse is so slight that it cannot be weighed any more than can the flow of the mind, yet, if kept up for years, it could not be computed by billions of tons in its effect. The magnet that lifts pounds to-day, if the lead of the armature is gradually increased day by day, will lift double the amount in time. Whence comes this energy? Keely teaches that it comes from sympathetic association with one of the triune currents of the polar stream, and that its energy will increase as long as sympathetic flows last, which is through eternity." [Bloomfield-Moore in Vibratory Sympathetic and Polar Flows]

"Like poles do not repel each other, simply because there is a perfect sympathetic equation between them, the same in unlike poles. If a differentiation of 33 1/3 against 100 is established between them, whether like or unlike, they become attractive to each other. They become repellent after differentiating them, 66 2/3 of the one against 100 of the other, by sympathetic vibration. [Keely, ATTRACTION PROPULSION ETC]

"Molecular repulsion Keely states to be caused by electromagnetic radiation. "Any metallic mass can be so impregnated with certain vibrations as to assume the mental qualities of repulsion and attraction." He terms the "radiating" vibrations as "positive" or "propulsive". Also, that like and unlike poles of a magnet will, contrary to accepted scientific belief, repulse each other regardless of their natural properties, when their differentiation induced by vibration becomes 66 2/3 of one pole against 100 of the other, and that when this differentiation becomes 33 1/3 of the one against 100 of the other, like poles will attract in the same manner that unlike poles have normal attraction. These ratios simply cause antagonism in one case and sympathetic attraction? in the other, with consequent motion of their respective masses. Normally, however, the action of the magnetic flow? is dual, being at the same time attractive and repulsive." [REPULSION - Snell]

Russell
All Motion is Spiral.

Bar Magnet has Four Poles
(courtesy University of Science and Philosophy (external link))
(click to enlarge)


Powerful Electromagnets


See Also

3.17 - Magnetic Electric Poles
7B.20 - Magnetism
14.07 - Thirds in Magnetic Action
14.24 - Dominant causes Magnetism
15.23 - Water is Predominantly Diamagnetic
16.18 - Magnetism - Feynman
16.19 - Magnetism Defined
16.20 - Magnetic Pole Reversal
16.21 - Magnetic Flow
16.22 - Magnetic Flow is Negative Sympathetic Polar Stream
16.23 - Differentiation of Magnetic Stream
16.25 - Magnetic Attraction caused by Dominant Current of Electrical Stream
16.26 - Magnetism is Liberated Latent Power in Iron
16.27 - Induced Metallic Attraction that is not Magnetism
Diamagnetic
Dispersion
Enharmonic
Enhanced Electromagnetic Spectrum Table
Entropy
Figure 1.8 - Electromagnetic Scale in Octaves
Figure 16.05 - Electric Centering Shaft around which dances Magnetic Vectors
Figure 16.07 - Magnetism is Radiant while Electricity is Concentrative or Assimilative
Figure 16.08 - Two bar magnets becoming one magnet
Figure 17.04 - Gravity Pressure Recorder - Bar Magnet
Figure 3.34 - Electric and Magnetic Vectors
Figure 7B.16 - Bar Magnets shown separate then joined as one
Figure 7B.17 - Multiplying Force to Poles of a Bar Magnet
Figure 7B.18 - Four Poles of a Bar Magnet
Figure 7B.19 - Magnetic Lines of Force developed from Induction of Current Flow
Light Rings formed at 90 Degrees to Magnetic Center Line
Magnet Keeper
Magnetism
motionless electromagnetic generator
paramagnetic
Part 16 - Electricity and Magnetism
Polar
Scalar electromagnetics
Water and Magnetism


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