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Etheron

Etheron


Particles or centralizations consonant with the etheric subdivision of matter.

"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

"No process of mathematics can comprehend or measure such minuteness, for it transcends both logic and computation. Molecules, intermolecules, atoms, interatoms, etherons, interetherons, can be represented by progressive degrees of tenuity, although the degree of tenuity of the latter four is such as we cannot comprehend because we have not and cannot sense them, but the neutral center, with its marvelous properties, its infinite power, is as incomprehensible to our minds as the aggregate power, mass and extension of the objective Universe." [Snell Manuscript]

See Also


Alphanon
Centralization
Compound Interetheron
Ether
Etheric Elements
Fifth subdivision
Figure 7.5 - Triune Composition of Dualities of Matter and Energy
Figure 7.6 - Keelys Triune Morphology
Figure 13.12 - Triune Polar Stream Characteristics
Interetheron
Photon
Quantum
Quark
Subdivision
Table 15.02 - Triune Polar Streams
Triplet
triune polar flows
Triune States of Matter and Energy
unit of matter
8.25 - Triune Acoustic Forces
16.24 - Triune Vibratory States or Conditions

Created by Dale Pond. Last Modification: Friday December 14, 2018 03:55:05 MST by Dale Pond.