"I hold that the sympathetic neutral flow which exists in this remote region is the latent power that, under the disintegration of water, is liberated, showing immense volume and infinite pressure. The same condition of latent power exists in metallic masses and paradoxical as it may seem, exerts its force, under the proper exciter, only in a negative attractive way, while in water in a Positive one. In minerals under liberation this latent power seeks its medium of tenuous equilibrium, leaving behind an impalpable dust, that represents molecular dissociation.
In order to get at the conditions which govern and give introductory impulses to that peculiar force which acts on the sympathetic medium that associates matter with matter, inducing magnetic antagonisms, it will be necessary to explain the triune conditions that govern sympathetic streams, as also the triune conditions of corpuscular association.
All forces in nature are mind forces; magnetic, electric, galvanic, acoustic, solar, are all governed by the triune streams of celestial infinity, as also the molecular, intermolecular, atomic and interatomic. The remote depths of all their acoustic centers become subservient to the third, sixth and ninth position of the diatonic, harmonic and enharmonic chords, which when resonantly induced, concentrate concordant Harmony, by reducing their range of corpuscular motion, drawing them as if towards each other's neutral center of attractive infinity.
The sympathetic acoustic exciters, or impulses are: 1st, the third diatonic, 2nd, the harmonic sixths neutralizing affinity, 3rd, the enharmonic ninths, Positive acceleration, which induces infinite trajective velocity from neutral centers, in other words, neutral radiation.
Every molecule in nature represents, without variation, the same chord. Variations that show up in the mass chord of different visible aggregations, are accounted for by the non-uniformity of their molecular groupings. If all were molecularly homogenous, the chord masses of all structures would be perfectly alike in their resonant impulses." The Snell Manuscript