"My researches lead me to believe that hydrogen carries heat in a latent condition, but I do not believe it will ever be possible to construct a device which can vibrate hydrogen with a frequency sufficient to liberate the latent heat? from its interstitial structure." The Snell Manuscript (external link)

"No molecular structure can contain and hold the ether of the seventh subdivision, not even that lowest order - ether of the fourth subdivision - which is liberated as heat in chemical action." The Snell Manuscript (external link)

"These conditions of luminosity (luminiferous ether) have no thermal forces associated with them; although, paradoxically, all thermal conditions emanate from that source. The tenuity of this element accounts for it. It is only when these sympathetic streams come in conflict with the cruder elementary conditions, either the molecular or atomic, that heat is evolved from its latent state, and a different order of light from the etheric luminous is originated, which has all the high conditions of thermal force associated with it; the sun being the intermediate transmitter. Thus is shown the wonderful velocity of these sympathetic streams emanating from the celestial." Keely and His Discoveries pg 271

"Heat and light do not exist in space. The percussion of the vibratory sympathetic streams emanating from the neutral center of the sun, evolves them from the earth's atmospheric envelope. The interchangeability of light and heat, which are in a certain sense, one and the same, has been a mystery. However, this is explained by the sympathetic etheric stream? bombarding the dense portion of the molecular in seeking its sympathetic concordant? focalized neutral center in the planetary or molecular mass." (underline added)

"There is no thermal accompaniment to self-luminescence evolved by vibrational frequency of the ether (seventh subdivision) and yet, paradoxically, all thermal conditions emanate from those same etheric vibrations. This is accounted for by the tenuity of the ether. Only when the streams come in contact with crude matter is heat evolved from its latent state. Accompanying this evolved heat is a different order of light from the luminiferous ether, this being a translation through the neutral center of the molecule of the sympathetic streams into radiations of heat and light."

"The celestial current or etheric dominant which is also the prime third of the triune electric flow induces "aqueous disintegration" and "thermal concentration" and these two "prime conductors" display a "coincident sympathetic chord?" with the celestial current. They are themselves the link between the terrestrial and celestial. The absence of the sun on one side of the earth and the absence of water on one side, would make terrestrial magnetism and electricity static - the highest order of chaos."

"The heat generated by the electric stream? is caused by the velocity of the triple subdivision at its point of dispersion as each component seeks its medium of affinity."

"Heat is a vibro-atomic? element with a frequency at its greatest intensity of not more than 14,000 per second and is latent in all matter, visible (observable) and invisible (non-observable). This element in varying degrees of intensity, is liberated together with light by the velocity of the sympathetic flow from the sun, the intensity varying with the angle of this sympathetic projectment? in the terrestrial atmosphere."

"Thermal radiation (and its accompaniment, thermal vacuum or cold) comes below the first atomic (probably atomic). Since its vibratory frequency is so low and its effects so considerable, it probably will be found to vibrate in the dominant mode.

"Radiant heat" is that property of the element heat, after its liberation from corpuscular imprisonment, by means of which it reaches out for reabsorption and return to its sympathetic environment?.

"All moving bodies of visible matter produce heat according to their velocity. The flow of gases induces "thermal reduction" (transmutation) to the thermal element) from molecular friction. The molecules never actually come in contact with, or rub each other, and no pressure, however great, can cause molecular contact. However, the molecular volume can be reduced by enormous pressure and the tension on their rotating etheric envelopes induces heat. This induction of heat is a positive proof of the wonderful rotating frequency of the rotating envelope. Were the molecules dead to sympathetic vibration and possessing no rotating etheric envelope, all molecular volumes would be compressible and thermal change in the slightest degree could not result from pressure." The Snell Manuscript (external link)

"All moving bodies of visible matter produce heat as according to their velocity. The flow of gases only induces thermal reduction from molecular friction. By this term it must not be understood that the molecules actually come in contact, and rub against each other. There is no pressure, however great, that can cause molecular contact. The area of the volume of the molecule can be reduced by enormous pressure, and the tension thus brought to bear on their rotating envelopes induces heat. The heat thus induced is a positive proof of the wonderful velocity of the etheric envelope. If the molecules were dead - which is an infinite impossibility - to sympathetic vibration, and without a rotatory envelope if all the pressure possible to conceive were brought to bear upon them, it would not induce the slightest thermal change." Keely and His Discoveries

"The origin of heat and light is easily accounted for by the action of the sympathetic celestial streams, when we consider the vibratory frequency of light as say 500,000,000,000,000 per second. Heat and light belong to the highest order of the phenomenal and can only be accounted for by considering sympathetic streams under high velocity as being interchangeable both to and from focalized negative attractive? centers." The Snell Manuscript (external link)

"Radiation is the term used to express the reaching out of the thermal element, after its liberation from its corpuscular imprisonment, to be re-absorbed or returned again to its sympathetic environment?; teaching us a lesson in the equation of disturbance of sympathetic equilibrium?." Keely and His Discoveries pg 273

"Heat Keely calls "thermal concentration." Of its origin he says "The celestial sympathetic streams (inflowing currents) percussing on the earth's dense atmosphere, wrest from atomic confinement by their infinite velocities the latent energies we call heat and light." The sun is the intermediate transmitter of these celestial streams." The Snell Manuscript (external link)

"Heat may be classified as a vibro-atomic? element, not exceeding 14,000 vibrations per second at its greatest intensity, latent in all conditions of matter both visible (observable) and invisible (non-observable). The velocity of the sympathetic flows which emanate from our solar world, the sun, coming into contact with our atmospheric medium, liberates this element in all the different degrees of intensity that give warmth to our earth. Light is another resultant; the different intensities of which are produced according to the different angles of this sympathetic projectment?." See Refraction

"The light that emanates from a glow worm is the resultant of the action of the sympathetic medium? of the insect on a center of phosphorescent matter, which is included in its structure. The resultant of the two conditions are quite different, but they are governed by the same laws of sympathetic percussion?." The Snell Manuscript (external link)

Heat, commentary on its conventional use
Heat is often used as a determination of energy. So much heat equals so much energy. This is misleading in that heat is an effect of certain vibratory conditions or states (cause).

Heat and Cold are not things. They are a state or condition. See 12.11 - Eighteen Attributes or Dimensions

See Also

04 - Molecular Radiation
12.30 - Thermal Radiation and Thermal Vacuum or Cold
Law of Cycles
Sympathetic Radiation

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