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Rhythm

"Rhythm is measured motion in time." Harvey Spencer Lewis.

"The movements of elastic elements are rhythmical. This is the keynote of Keely's researches." The Snell Manuscript

"Fig. 42. Three examples of tonal rhythms of the electric current. Every cycle of an electric current is a complete octave of four pairs and an inert gas keynote. All motion in Nature is tonal and rhythmic. Its rhythms are geometrically and mathematically cube-based." [Atomic Suicide, page 163]

Rhythmic Entrainment
The process of many unsynchronized vibrations coming into synchronized motion (concordance), first one with another, then at an ever quickening rate, the others fall into synchronous action with the first unit.

"In fact, each of these individual members of the vegetable kingdom belongs to a genus, and this genus to a family; and these families belong to an original "lineage." At the head of this lineage is a Neter, a "Principle" synthesizing all the characteristics of this lineage; its number, its rhythm, its classification in the general harmony." [R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz, The Temple in Man, page 63]

See Also

Periodicity
RHYTHM - Snell
Rhythmic Balanced Exchange
Rhythmic Balanced Interchange
Rhythmic Balanced Interchange
tonal rhythms
Wave Field
Wave
14.00.01 - Rhythmic Balanced interexchange between Attraction and Repulsion
7.2 - Rhythmic Balanced Interchange
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