"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.
"Keely says the atomic triplets revolve "around each other" at "about 4/3 of their circumference." He says they remain in a triangular position unless disturbed by a magnet, when they lie in a straight line and the otherwise spherical dynasphere or etheric capsule then becomes oblate. He explained what was afterwards called the "Zeeman effect" by this physical change in the light emitting body.
"The diamagnetic receding motion of metallic silver, exhibited toward a magnetic field, is caused by some 800,000 corpuscular percussions per second, or "interatomic bombardment." This would be more exactly expressed as "intersympathetic vibrations." (Vibrations acting on the atomic subdivision regardless of the existence about the atomic of the molecular, intermolecular and atomic capsules.)
ATOMIC THIRD SUBDIVISION
ETHERIC FIFTH SUBDIVISION
state of motion
Triune States of Matter and Energy
triple sympathetic vibratory impulse
VIBRATORY STATES OF MATTER CORPUSCULAR MATTER