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unstable equilibrium

"The power of attractive vibration of the solar forces is the great coincident towards which the terrestrial magnetic sympathetic flow is diverted. This force is the celestial current that makes up the prime third of the triple association. It also induces aqueous disintegration and thermal concentration, the two prime conductors towards this coincident chord of sympathy with itself. Without this aqueous disintegration there would be no connective link between the celestial and terrestrial. There would exist nothing but a condition of luminous radiation on the order of the aurora - a reaching out for the concordant without any sympathetic diversion to create unstable equilibrium of terrestrial magnetism. In fact under such a condition, the absence of the sun on one side, or the absence of water on the other, the magnetic or electric force would remain in a stable state of equilibrium, or the highest order of the chaotic." [Vibratory Physics - The Connecting Link between Mind and Matter]

"Clerk Maxwell seems, when theorizing on sound transmission by an atmospheric medium, not to have taken into consideration the philosophy attending the phenomena of the origination of electric streams in celestial space. Light is one of the prominent evolved mediums in electric action, and is evolved by corpuscular bombardment induced by sympathetic streams acting between the neutral centres of planetary masses, all of which are under a condition of unstable equilibrium. These unstable conditions were born in them, and were thus designed by the Architect of Creation in order to perpetuate the connective link between the dispersing positive and the attractive negative. The action that induces this link I call sympathetic planetary oscillation." [Vibratory Physics - The Connecting Link between Mind and Matter]

See Also

Balance
Chemical Equilibrium
differential equilibrium
disequilibrium
disturbance of atomic equilibrium
Disturbance of Equilibrium
DISTURBANCE OF EQUILIBRIUM - Snell
disturbance of negative equilibrium
disturbance of sympathetic equilibrium
electrically divided equilibrium
equative centre of equilibrium
equilibrium
equilibrium exchange
equilibrium level
equilibrium zone of pressure
Figure 13.14 - Equilibrium as Reciprocal Forces
Figure 13.15 - Equilibrium as Musical Tonal Equivalents
Figure 13.16 - Compound Equilibrium States
forces in equilibrium
Law of Compensation and Equilibrium
Neutral Equilibrium
restoration of equilibrium
sympathetic equilibrium
transformation of equilibrium
universal equilibrium
universal equilibrium level
zero of equilibrium
13.12 - Compound Equilibrium
13.12.1 - Disturbance of Equilibrium
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