Keely Definitions

ATOMOLES are elementary units of matter uniform in size and weight, and exist in solid, liquid, gaseous, and isolated forms.
ATOMS are multiple combinations of atomoles, and they also exist in solid, liquid, gaseous, and isolated forms.

SIMPLE MOLECULES are formed by the union of two atoms of the same kind.
COMPOUND MOLECULES are unions of two atoms of dissimilar kind.
COMPLEX MOLECULES are unions of molecules with other molecules or atoms.
PITCH is the relative frequency of vibration. (underline added)
VIBRATION is the rhythmical motion of a body within itself.
OSCILLATION is a rhythmically recurring translatory movement.
TRANSMISSIVE ENERGY is rhythmical motion of condensation and rarefaction produced by the vibrating or oscillating body in the medium in which it is immersed.
ATTRACTION is the mutual approach of aggregates caused by concentrated waves of harmonic energy, tending to move in line of least resistance, by becoming the centre of one series of concentric waves instead of two or more series.
HARMONY is the simultaneous vibration of two or more bodies whose harmonics do not produce discords, and whose fundamental pitches are harmonics of the lowest pitch, or are a unison with the resultant notes or overtones?, or undertones?, of any two or more of them.
ETHER is an atomic liquid 986,000 times the density of steel.
ELECTRICITY is the oscillation of the atomoles of an atom.
INDUCTION is the transmissive force of the electric vibration in ether.
MAGNETISM is the mutual attraction of juxtaposed bodies vibrating at unison or harmonic electric pitches.
GRAVITY is the mutual attraction of atomoles.
GRAVISM is the transmissive form through a medium of atomoles in the fourth state, or a medium composed of atomolini.
ATOMOLINI are ultimate units of atomoles, and when in a liquid state are the media for the transmission of gravism. The illimitable divisibility and aggregation of matter is a logical sequence. [These definitions are from Dashed Against the Rock (external link), page 57]

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