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Progressive Disintegration

""What becomes of matter when it dissociates? Can it be supposed that when atoms disaggregate they only divide into smaller parts, and thus form a simple dust of atoms? We shall see that nothing of the sort takes place, and that matter which dissociates dematerializes itself by passing through successive phases which gradually deprive it of its material qualities until it finally returns to the imponderable ether whence it seems to have issued." [Gustave Le Bon, The Evolution of Matter, page 7]


"The question arises, how and by what means are we able to measure the velocity of these capsules and the differential range of their vibratory action? Also, how can we prove beyond dispute the facts relating to their sympathetic government? By progressive desintegration; this is the only way; and it is accomplished by the proper exciters of vibratory focalization; the introductory acoustic impulses which negatize their molecular, atomic and interatomic media of neutral attractions, towards their focalized centers of sympathetic aggregation." [Keely in Keely and His Discoveries]

A disintegration process beginning with molecular dissociation then dissociating those products to the atomic level then again to the etheric level.

"The correctness of these hypotheses has been proved by the varying degrees of energy evolved in progressive disintegration from the molecular to the introductory etheric." [Newton of the Mind]

See Also

Aqueous Disintegration
AQUEOUS DISINTEGRATION - Snell
disintegration
DISINTEGRATION OF ETHERIC CAPSULE
DISINTEGRATION OF MATTER - THREE SYSTEMS
Dispersion
Dissociation
Dissociation - Russell
Etheric Elements
EXAMPLE OF DISINTEGRATION
MINERAL DISINTEGRATION
MINERAL DISINTEGRATION - Snell
progressive
Progressive Evolution
Subdivision
THEORY AND FORMULA OF AQUEOUS DISINTEGRATION
15.15 - Progressive Dissociation
15.15.05 - Progressive Association
7.6 - Reciprocal Disintegration and Creation

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