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second subdivision

"Keely does not define the structure of the interatom, but from the fact that the "triple" vibrations cause it to further subdivide, we may assume it to consist of portions arranged in the same manner as in the lower subdivisions. Certain it is that Keely found the interatomic to subdivide into three "etherons" of the fifth subdivision. We may therefore conclude that the internal structure of the interatom is fundamentally the same as that of the first, second and third subdivisions. Its fundamental vibratory mode is the same as that of the atomic subdivisions the harmonic or true fifth of the mass chord. Its vibratory frequency, however, is higher than any of the preceding. The interatom is subject to the general laws of mass and is ponderable." Snell Manuscript

In comparing the tenuity of the atmosphere with that of the etheric flows, obtained by Mr. Keely from his invention for dissociating the molecules of air by vibration, he says, "It is as platina to hydrogen gas. Molecular separation of air brings us to the first subdivision only; intermolecular, to the second; atomic, to the third; interatomic, to the fourth; etheric to the fifth; and interetheric to the sixth subdivision, or positive association with luminiferous ether. In my introductory argument I have contended that this is the vibratory envelope of all atoms. In my definition of atom I do not confine myself to the sixth subdivision, where this luminiferous ether is developed in its crude form, as far as my researches prove. I think this idea will be pronounced, by the physicists of the present day, a wild freak of the imagination. Possibly, in time, a light may fall upon this theory that will bring its simplicity forward for scientific research. At present I can only compare it to some planet in a dark space, where the light of the sun of science has not yet reached it. . . . [More Science]

See Also

ATOMIC THIRD SUBDIVISION
COMPOUND INTERETHERIC NEUTRAL CENTER SEVENTH SUBDIVISION
cycles per second
ETHERIC FIFTH SUBDIVISION
fifth subdivision
Figure 13.06 - Atomic Subdivision
Figure 1.3 - Subdivisions of Matter and Energy
Figure 1.3.1 - Subdivisions of Matter and Energy according to Keely
Figure 2.2 - Nested subdivisions of Matter from Molecular to Compound Interetheric
Figure 7.7 - Keelys Morphology - Infinite Subdivision of Matter
fourth subdivision
INTERATOMIC FOURTH SUBDIVISION
INTERETHERIC SIXTH SUBDIVISION
INTERMOLECULAR SECOND SUBDIVISION
Keplers Second Law
Locked Potentials and Subdivisions
molecular subdivision
second atomic flow
Second Law of Thermodynamics
seventh subdivision
Subdivision
Table of Subdivisions of Matter and Energy
The Seven Subdivisions of Matter and Energy
triple subdivision
13.04 - Atomic Subdivision
13.05 - Seven Levels Subdivisions Planes or Realms of Mind Matter and Energy
14.33 - Mind Force - Light - Etheric Subdivision
7.11 - Second
7.3 - Law of Love - Reciprocal Interchange of State on Multiple Subdivisions
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