"Atoms are multiple combinations of atomoles, and they also exist in solid, liquid, gaseous, and isolated forms." Keely

"To comprehend the form of even the atom is to take the introductory or first step toward understanding the eternity (infinity of time) of duration of matter. But to attempt to comprehend the neutral center - the compound etheric? or seventh subdivision - is attempting to comprehend the Infinite, for although it is a point and has substance, it is so small that if it were enlarged to the size of the sun, its structure would not be visible under the highest power microscope that can be constructed. No process of mathematics can comprehend or measure such minuteness, for it transcends both logic and computation. Molecules, intermolecules, atoms, interatoms, etherons, interetherons, can be represented by progressive degrees of tenuity, although the degree of tenuity of the latter four is such as we cannot comprehend because we have not and cannot sense them, but the neutral center, with its marvelous properties, its infinite power, is as incomprehensible to our minds as the aggregate power, mass and extension of the objective Universe. We may measure the Outreach of the progressive subdivisions to and including the neutral center, but to attempt to comprehend its properties and powers is to attempt to cross a bridge of mist. No attribute of mind linked with crude molecular matter can actually comprehend the neutral center."

"Harmonic sympathetic evolution? indicates the atom is of wonderfully complex structure. The progressive disintegratory steps in the molecular and intermolecular fields also indicates wonderfully complex structure of those subdivisions." The Snell Manuscript (external link)

Atomic Triplets?
"The structure of the air Molecule, as believed in by Keely, is as follows: - Broken up, by vibratory action, he finds it to contain what he calls an atomic triplet. The position of a Molecule, on the point of a fine cambric needle sustains the same relation to the point of the needle that a grain of sand sustains to a field of ten acres. We will, then, imagine a Molecule magnified to the size of a billiard ball, and the atomic triplet magnified to the size of three marbles, in the triangular position, within that Molecule, at its center; unless acted upon by Electricity, when the Molecule, the billiard ball, becomes oblate, and the three atoms are ranged in a line within, unless broken up by the mighty force of vibratory action. Nature never gives us a vacuum; consequently, the space within the Molecule not occupied by the atomic triplet must be filled with something. This is where the Genii - "the all-prevading ether" - has made its secret abode through untold eons." Chapter 7 of Keely and His Discoveries

Triple Cardinal Directions, Vectors or Dimensions
Three Vectors
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Triple Cardinal Directions, Vectors or Dimensions
Three Planes
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Triple Cardinal Directions, Vectors or Dimensions
Three Spheres
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Figure 4.13 - Triplet Originations and Centralizations of Matter resultant from Three Relative Motions, Planes and Axis

Question asked in Clerk Maxwell's memoirs: "Under what form, right, or light, can an atom be imagined?" Keely said the form of the atom eludes the grasp of the imagination, for it is the introductory step to a conception of the eternity of the duration of matter. The magnitude of the Molecule, as compared to the interatom, is about on the same ratio as a billiard ball to a grain of sand, the billiard ball being the domain wherein the triple intermolecules rotate, the intermolecules again being the field wherein the atomic triplets sympathetically act, and again progressively, in the interatomic field, the first order of the etheric triplets begins to show its sympathetic inreach for the centers of neutral focalization. It is impossible for the imagination to grasp such a position. Interatomic subdivision comes under the order of the fifth dimensional space in etheric condensation. Atoms and corpuscles can be represented by degrees of progressive tenuity, as according to progressive subdivision, but to imagine the ultimate position of the atomic alone would be like trying to take a measurement of immeasurable space. We often speak of the borders of the infinite. No matter what the Outreach may be, nor how minute the corpuscular subdivisions, we still remain on the borders, looking over the far beyond, as one on the shore of a boundless ocean who seeks to cross it with his gaze. Therefore, philosophically speaking, as the atom belongs to the infinite and the imagination to the finite, it can never be comprehended in any form or light, nor by any right, for in the range of the imagination, it is a bridge of mist which can never be crossed by any condition that is associated with a visible molecular mass, that is, by mind as associated with crude matter." The Snell Manuscript (external link), The Connecting Link Between Mind and Matter - Keelys Progress - Part 2

All Subdivisions of Matter

All Subdivisions of Matter

"Each of the three individual "atomic triplets" composing the intermolecule, is itself composed of three "interatoms". Each atom is surrounded by its own etheric envelope, is governed by the same mass action as in the first and second subdivisions, and has an oscillating frequency exceeding that of the first two, the molecular and intermolecular. The fundamental mode of vibration changes in the atomic subdivision to the harmonic, or true fifth of the mass chord.

"The properties of this subdivision, the atomic, are not known to science, except in its electric and magnetic manifestations, which are known to a small degree. It was only in perfecting the Trexar - the differentiated wire of silver, gold and platinum - that Keely discovered the laws governing the association of the "atomic triplets". He found that compound negative vibration of their neutral centers causes antagonism by means of differentiation and that their attractive power of ((aggregation then becomes radiant force)) with great rotational velocity, which is sufficient to carry the radiant force beyond the inner one-third neutral volume of the sphere.

"Keely's researches lead him to believe Electricity to be but one of the forms of the atom, a "certain condensed form of atomic vibration," beneficial in mild flows and "destructive in its explosive positions." He advanced these ideas at the same time Maxwell?'s theory of the electromagnetic origin of light, heat and radiant energy, was being accepted by the scientific world as the very dictum of truth. Michelson's? work on the isolation of electrons on oil drops has proved that Keely's ideas, held so absurd by the "scientists" of his time, were correct after all. "The electric current is the "first and second order" of the atomic vibration - a dual force - the flow of which is altogether too tenuous to displace any molecules. The highest conditions associated with Electricity come under the fourth descending order of sympathetic condensation?, in the atomic subdivision, which is altogether too remote to take any direct part in etheric disturbances." The Snell Manuscript (external link)

Triple Streams of Electricity

Figure 13.08 - Triple Streams of Electricity

See Also

etheric flow
Sympathetic Polar Flows
triune polar flows
sympathetic celestial streams

"The Atom, under the influence of Chit (universal knowledge) forms the Chitta or calm state of mind, which when spiritualized is called Buddhi, Intelligence. Its opposite is Manas, Mind, in which lives the Jiva; the self with Ahamkara, Ego, the idea of separate existence.

"Chitta, the Heart; Ahamkara, Ego, the son of man. This Atom, Avidya, the Ignorance, being under the influence of Universal Love, Chit, the Holy Spirit, becomes spiritualized, like iron filings in a magnetic aura, and possessed of consciousness, the power of feeling, when it is called Mahat, the Heart, Chitta; and being such, the idea of separate existence of self appears in it, which is called Ahamkara, Ego, the son of man.

"Buddhi, the Intelligence; Manas, the Mind. Being thus magnetized, it has two poles, one of which attracts it toward the Real Substance, Sat, and the other repels it from the same. The former is called Sattwa or Buddhi, the Intelligence, which determines what is Truth; and the latter, being a particle of Repulsion, the Almighty Force spiritualized as aforesaid, produces the ideal world for enjoyment (ananda) and is called Anandatwa or Manas, the Mind." (Swami Sri Yukteswar, The Holy Science, Sutra 6)

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