Would not this tenuous etheric vapor as above described be the essence of Russell and Bearden's vacuum? I submit that it is (at least in part and under certain circumstances) as there are various forms of "etheric vapor" and many forms of ether depending on who defines the term "ether". This ultra-gas (plasma) would of necessity be highly syntropic unless made and maintained to be entropic by enharmonic influences. This would be the vacuous or tenuous substance which under proper vibratory conditions centralize to form initial states of quantum centralizations or particles that with further progressive syntropic action become larger and larger particles such as atoms and then molecules. These tenuous states of etheric vapor are highly sensitive to Will Force (an attribute of Mind) as we shall see.
09 - Chart Defining the different Chord Associations
14 - Chart with Symbols Defining the relative Simple and Compound Sympathetic Association
15.15 - Progressive Dissociation
Law of Sympathetic Association