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Figure 1.3 - Subdivisions of Matter and Energy

There are different kinds or degrees of vacuum (dispersed matter). Each contains or is a media of different tenuity or density and has unique characteristics or parameters. See Subdivision, Dispersion, Scalar, Etheric Elements




Showing seven planes, dimensions, subdivisions, levels, realms, orders, gamuts or ranges of matter, force and energy. As also levels of tenuity or solidity.

Figure 1.3 illustrates how the universe is constructed of imbedded or nested (holographic or Fractal) layers of physical structure and dynamics. Molecules are made of atoms, atoms are made of leptons, etc. These are not dimensions existing independent of each other but are intermingled and interpenetrating each other. The lower frequency dimensions or realms of existence are predicated on or effectuated by the higher frequency realms, dimensions, planes or levels. The finer levels are the building blocks of the lower realms. In other words there can be no molecules without atoms; no atoms without electrons; no electrons without photons; no photons without quarks, etc. The structure of these nested realms are held (Keely) to be identical on all levels much like the repetitive imbeddedness of fractal math and images. The same structure applies to syntropic energy formation. See Nested Morphology

This chart also shows the reciprocal (rhythmic balanced interchange) nature of the dynamical universe and correlates ancient earth, water, air and fire with modern chemistry and physics.

See Also

ATOMIC THIRD SUBDIVISION
Breakthrough
Cause
COMPOUND INTERETHERIC NEUTRAL CENTER SEVENTH SUBDIVISION
Dimension
Effect
Ether
Etheric Elements
ETHERIC FIFTH SUBDIVISION
Figure 1.3.1 - Subdivisions of Matter and Energy according to Keely
Heaviside Component
INTERATOMIC FOURTH SUBDIVISION
INTERETHERIC SIXTH SUBDIVISION
INTERMOLECULAR SECOND SUBDIVISION
Mind Force the hidden Scalar Force
Molecular First Subdivision
Observable
Order
Non-observable
Plasma
Scalar
Subdivision
Vacuum
12.00 - Reciprocating Proportionality
13.15 - Principle of Proportion
18.14 - Mind is the Ultimate Scalar Quantity

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