Also referred to as Generator, Liberator, Compound Disintegrator or Multiplicator for progressively dissociating water into its constituent parts thus multiplying its inherent or latent expansive power or force (pressure) held in abeyance by syntropic forces. Actually, it progressively liberates or releases the latent forces.

"As a suggestion to those interested in psychological researches I will mention that Keely has copied nature in all his instruments from the Vibrophone, which is fashioned after the human ear, up to the Disintegrator, in which the neutral center represents the human heart." [Keely and His Discoveries]

Compound Disintegrator

Keely's Compound Disintegrator

Photo album of this device
Compound Disintegrator

It is believed this device functioned - in part - as a multi-frequency analog signal generator. This device currently resides in the American Precision Museum in Windsor, Vermont.

"I have been repeatedly urged to repeat my disintegrations of quartz rock, but it has been utterly out of my power to do so. The mechanical device with which I conducted those experiments was destroyed at the time of the proceedings against me. Its graduation occupied over four years, after which it was operated successfully. It has been originally constructed as an instrument for overcoming gravity, a perfect, graduated scale of that device was accurately registered, a copy of which I kept, I have since built three successive disintegrators set up from that scale, but they did not operate. This peculiar feature remained a paradox to me until I had solved the conditions governing the chords of multiple masses, when this problem ceased to be paradoxical in its character. As I have said, there are no two compound aggregated forms of visible matter that are, or ever can be, so duplicated as to show pure, sympathetic concordance one to the other. Hence the necessity of my system of graduation, and of a compound device that will enable anyone to correct the variations that exist in compound molecular structures, or in other words to graduate such, so as to bring them to a successful operation." [Keely, Snell Manuscript]

See Also

Compound Disintegrator
Figure 7.12 - Keelys Compound Disintegrator
Keelys Mechanical Inventions and Instruments
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