noun: the force by which bodies repel one another.

Enharmonic vibratory conditions which act to repel.

Attraction and Repulsion of Magnets
3:6:9 - This quote seems to clearly explain the significance of the ratio 3:6:9 - "The relative frequency of all sympathetic streams is in the ratio 3:6:9. Those whose relative frequencies are 3:9 are mutually attractive, while those having the relation of 6:9 are mutually repellant." [Keely, SYMPATHETIC STREAMS - Snell, LAWS OF MOLECULAR BEING, Sympathetic Stream, Modes of Vibration, Modes of Vibration - Annotated]

"Beyond disintegration lies dispersion, and Keely can just as easily disperse atoms of matter as disintegrate its molecules, dispersing them into ether. The law of gravity appears in the light of Keely's experiments but one manifestation of a law which provides for the reversion of the process of attraction in the shape of a process of repulsion. Keely, by means of a belt and certain appliances which he wore upon his person moved singlehanded, a 500 horsepower vibratory engine from one part of his shop to another, without a scratch on the floor, and astounded engineers declared it could not have been moved without a derrick, to use which would have required the removal of the roof." [KEELYS SECRETS - 1888]

Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth
"This was the only form of consciousness awareness within the chaos for a very long time - since time is of no consequence within the realm of matter itself. Time only becomes of importance when there occurs an impinging of conscious awareness between electrical charges resulting in bonding or repulsion, a progression of adjacencies and events taking place and purposes to be fulfilled.
Otherwise, time is meaningless." [Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth, Letter 5, page 22]

See Also

Bjerknes Effect
Law of Attraction and Repulsion
Law of Repulsion
8.11 - Polar States of Attraction and Repulsion
8.13 - Law of Repulsion
9.5 - Law of Repulsion
14.00.01 - Rhythmic Balanced interexchange between Attraction and Repulsion
16.21 - Magnetic Flow
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