14.12 - Sympathetic Attraction

Certain vibratory and oscillatory chords are contractive while other chords are dispersive. Contractive (harmonic or polar attractive) chords are sympathetic (causing mutual affinity or attraction, contraction) while dispersive (enharmonic or polar propulsive) chords are anti-sympathetic (causing mutual repulsion, expansion). See Part 9.

"Under certain orders of sympathetic vibration, polar and anti-polar, the attractive sympathies of either stream (celestial and terrestrial) can be intensified, so as to give the predominance to the celestial or to the terrestrial." [Keely and His Discoveries, pg 303]

Sir Isaac Newton said: "It is well known that bodies act upon one another by the attractions of gravity, magnetism and electricity; and these instances show the tenour and course of nature, and make it not improbable that there may be more powers of attraction than these. For nature is very consonant and conformable to herself." [An Appeal in Behalf of the Continuance of Keelys Researches]

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]

See Also

7B.18 - Sympathetic Negative Attraction
14.12 - Sympathetic Attraction
14.18 - Law of Sympathetic Association
Keelys Contributions to Science
Law of Cohesion
negative attraction
Part 02 - Origin of Polar States
polar negative attraction
Sympathetic Affinity
sympathetic aggregation
Sympathetic Negative Attraction
Sympathetic Neutral Affinity
sympathetic polar attraction
sympathetic attraction

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