1. Constitution; state with respect to the predominance of any quality; as the temperament of the body.
Bodies are denominated hot and cold, in proportion to the present temperament of that part of our body to which they are applied.
2. Medium; due mixture of different qualities.
The common law - has reduced the kingdom to its just state and temperament.
3. In music, temperament is an operation which, by means of a slight alteration in the intervals, causes the difference between two contiguous sounds to disappear, and makes each of them appear identical with the other.
Temperament is the accommodation or adjustment of the imperfect sounds, by transferring a part of their defects to the more perfect ones, to remedy in part the false intervals of instruments of fixed sounds, as the organ, harpsichord, forte piano, &c.
The harshness of a given concord increases with the temperament.
Both expressions of temperament - and all forms of temperature can be viewed as such - serve for the build-up of tension, charge and potential. On the one hand these give rise to life-affirming dynagen currents, which come into being when naturalesquely fermented fatty-matter, which the chemist calls 'carbons' (sweet matter), consumes (binds) the oxygenes in an allotropic (condensed) state. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, Bio-Technology: Active and Reactive Temperatures]
The fact of the matter is that all forms of heat applied and exploited by science today, however and wherever they occur, engender rising and expanding effects. Similarly, all the forms of cold it utilises have falling and concentrating (mortally solidifying) functions, which lead to degrading, life-destroying expressions of temperament. These wise Nature employs to eliminate everything unfit for further development as well as for purposes of [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, Bio-Technology: Active and Reactive Temperatures]
The devices for practically implementing the generation of the bio-magnetic formative and levitative current with the aid of reactive temperatures (naturalesque expressions of temperament) have now been invented and in principle can be mass-produced. [The Energy Evolution - Harnessing Free Energy from Nature, Bio-Technology: Active and Reactive Temperatures]