"Next in order of consideration is the second subdivision of matter - the atomic. The atom has the same rotating envelope as the molecule, governed by the same laws of rotation and compression. The rotating envelope holds in its embrace the interatomic substance and three atomoles resting in it, the atomoles within the atom being constructed after the same pattern as the atom and the molecule, obedient to the same laws; the atomolic being simply the third subdivision of matter. The threefold order is absolutely universal." Keely, 1893
||"For behold, My imaged universe is mirrored to infinity; it is repeated to the endless end; yet there are but multiples of three in all My universe. And again I say to thee, two of those very three are naught but My imaginings, for My Trinity is but One.
"The two are in Me, and they are of Me, but they are not Me, nor am I them." Russell, The Message of the Divine Iliad, The Secret of Light, page 138
The "two of those very three" are of course the positive and negative polarities which we call entropy and syntropy.
Chart showing the triune arrangement of the different atoms and corpuscles of matter as contained in their respective envelopes (free of intensified vibration). Drawn by John W. Keely.
Figure 7.13 - Keely's Chart showing how Molecules are made of three Atoms made of three Quanta made of three sub-quanta, etc.