The "shape" of a complex waveform
(signature), (usually) considered as having four steps or stages, sometimes called sawtooth?
, square, sine, etc.
of a sound
. (Friend, David; Learning Music with Synthesizers; Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation, 1974)
for a detailed discussion of Waveform envelopes
variation of the amplitude
(or energy) of a vibration
. (Rossing, Thomas D.; The Science of Sound; Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1982.)
KEELY / SVP
"How can we measure the velocity of the etheric capsule - the differential range of its vibratory action? How can we actually prove the laws governing its motions, attractions and disintegration?"
"By progressive disintegration, accomplished by the proper vibratory focalized exciters we may prove all these things. By means of those introductory acoustic impulses which negatize their molecular, atomic and interatomic neutral affinities for the center of the aggregate mass we may demonstrate the laws of those vibrations which control the etheric capsule and the conditions on which these vibrations act."
"Vibrations of the atomic order, transmitted through the Trextrinar will so accelerate the atomic film or capsule that it ruptures itself and liberates the atomic gaseous element (plasma) from the molecules. By this means it should be possible to measure the velocity of the atomic etheric envelope." The Snell Manuscript
"Science has further discovered that these atoms are severally encompassed by an ethereal substance which prevents their touching each other, and to its circumambient, interatomic element they have given the name of dynasphere; but, inasmuch as has further been found, that in these dynaspheres there resides a tremendous potency, it is evident that they also must contain atoms, and that these atoms must in their turn be surrounded by dynaspheres, which again contain atoms, and so on ad infinitum. Matter thus becomes infinite and indestructible, and the force which pervades it persistent and everlasting." Keely and His Discoveries
, Chapter VII, Part II, Keely's Secrets See 7B.03 - Dynaspheric Shells
"The atom is surrounded with a dynasphere, or etheric capsule, which prevents the atoms from touching each other, inasmuch as this dynasphere is in inconceivably rapid motion. Dynaspheric force is broadly divided into two categories: the sentient and the non-sentient atoms (particles to it). Dynaspheric force, composed of non-sentient atoms, is the force used mechanically by Mr. Keely to his motor. (Laurence Oliphant?.)" The Snell Manuscript
"Keely says the atomic triplets revolve "around each other" at "about 4/3 of their circumference." He says they remain in a triangular position unless disturbed by a magnet, when they lie in a straight line and the otherwise spherical dynasphere or etheric capsule then becomes oblate. He explained what was afterwards called the "Zeeman effect" by this physical change in the light emitting body." The Snell Manuscript
Keely's Description of Envelopes or Dynaspheres
has three envelopes
. In the first diagram this is illustrated as a sphere upon which has been traced a number of meridian lines. See Molecule
The next diagram shows the three envelopes
. The outer hemisphere of one of the envelopes
is removed to show the under envelope
, the outer hemisphere of which is removed in still another part of the diagram to show the inmost envelope
The third diagram shows the position of the atoms
which the rotating envelopes
7.17 - Eight
7B.03 - Dynaspheric Shells
Figure 7B.03 - Dynaspheric Shells and Attractive Compressing Equators
ROTATION OF THE ETHERIC CAPSULE