Keely does not give an analysis of the structure of the etheric, but from the fact that he was able to subdivide it through the same process of "triple subdivision" into "interetherons" we may assume that three interetherons, each with its etheric capsule whirling about it, existed within the envelope of the etheron, vibrating with an oscillatory frequency greater than any of the lower subdivisions.

The fundamental mode of vibration changes as we reach the fifth subdivision, to the dominant, the diatonic third of the mass chord, which controls the vibratory states of both etheron and interetheron. The awful might concealed in the depths of the etheric and interetheric subdivisions utterly transcends anything Science has ever known. Even the theoretical energy value of radium now accepted by Science, pales into insignificance in comparison to the energy value of an equal amount of water subdivided to the etheric or interetheric state. [Snell Manuscript - The Book]

"Beryllium, in the 4th octave, which has a pressure intensity of 32,768, begat magnesium, which has an explosive pressure intensity of 262,144. Magnesium begat calcium, which has an explosive pressure of 2,097,152. Calcium begat strontium, at 16,777,216 units of pressure. Strontium begat barium, at 134,217,728, and barium begat radium which has accumulated the enormous power to eject its bullets of 1,073,741,824 times that which it had at birth 9 octaves back." [Atomic Suicide, page 39.]

"Your greatest comprehension of the deadliness of the radio-active elements can come by the study of radium." [Atomic Suicide, page 39.]

"It is also this power of penetration and speed of the 9th octave which not only unlocks the pressures of the lower inert gases, octave by octave, but also unlocks the pressures of the 8th, 7th, 6th and 5th octaves of radioactive elements. Most deadly among these are radium, thorium, actinium, strontium, barium, calcium, potassium, arsenic and phosphorus." [Atomic Suicide, page 262]

See Also

Table of the Elements - Russell Elements

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