Particles and Corpuscles

"Keely has proved by demonstration (prior to 1893) that the subdivision of matter under different orders of progressive vibration evolves by such subdivision entirely new and distinct elements, too multiple to enumerate. He has systematized the proper vibratory chords, progressively, from the introductory molecular to the interetheric, embracing seven distinct orders of triple subdivision. He has elaborated a system of inducing sympathetic negative attraction on metallic masses, with great range of motion, and instant depolarization of the same, by vibratory change of their neutral centers. Keely controls the transmission of these Sympathetic Streams by a medium of high molecular density, viz. drawn wires of differentiated metals, gold, silver, platinum, German silver, etc." [Bloomfield-Moore (see Part 01 - Overall General View, Figure 1.9 - Keelys Molecular Morphology)]

Particles are generally considered as hard billiard ball-like entities. In SVP particles are considered more as centralizations of polar forces held in a dynamic balance or as an equation of syntropic and entropic forces. "Particles" are all the same energy under varying polarizations on different energy levels and degrees of polarization. Instead of seeing these particles as "things" we might want to see them as "quantities" of different states of energies. [see Etheric Elements, Table of Quantum Particles, Wavefunction]

Compound Interetheric Compound Interetheron
Alphanon composed of
Omeganon composed of

Interetheric Interetheron
Quark composed of

Etheric Etheron
Baryon composed of three Quarks
Charmonium composed of three Quarks
Photon composed of three Quarks

Interatomic Interatom
Electron composed of three Quarks
Proton composed of Quarks
Neutron composed of three Quarks

Atomic Atom
Atom composed of three Interatoms?

Intermolecular Intermolecule
Intermolecule composed of Atoms

Molecular Molecule

To be classified
Alpha Particle
Cooper Pair
K Particle

See Also

14.35.1 - Keely 3 6 and 9
Etheric Elements
Figure 9.14 - Wave Flow and Phase as function of Particle Rotation
Figure 9.15 - Wave Flow and Wave Length as function of Particle Oscillatory Rotation
Laws of Being
Modes of Vibration
Table of Quantum Particles
Wikipedia, List of Particles (external link)

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