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Sound



Sound (defined by Keely) "In my estimation, sound truly defined is the disturbance of atomic equilibrium, rupturing actual atomic corpuscles; and the substance thus liberated must certainly be a certain order of Etheric flow." [Keely in Blavatsky's The Coming Force, More Science]

"I think the true definition of sound is a certain order of etheric flow, consisting of actual radiant atomic corpuscles ruptured from a static condition by disturbance of atomic equilibrium." [Keely circa 1890, SOUND - Snell]

"In my estimation, sound truly defined is the disturbance of atomic equilibrium, rupturing actual atomic corpuscles and the substance thus liberated must certainly be a certain order of etheric flow." [Keely, THE NEUTRAL CENTER]


As governed by Law of Force
Law/Source


[see Law of Transformation of Forces]

See Longitudinal

Sound, in SVP terms, is not limited to audible vibration or oscillation. Sound is recognized as a compression and rarefaction wave regardless of frequency and whether the sound can be heard or not by the human ear or detecting instrument.

Russell
"Silence is one - but sound springs from silence when its divided moving pair collide - so sound is three, and its vibrations in sequences of rest and action, are also three." [Atomic Suicide, page 109]

Djwhal Khul
"The study of sound and the effect of sound will put into man's hands a tremendous instrument in the world of creation. Through the use of sound the scientist of the future will bring about his results; through sound, a new field of discovery will open up; the sound which every form in all kingdoms of nature gives forth will be studied and known and changes will be brought about and new forms developed through its medium. One hint only may I give here and that is, that the release of energy in the atom is linked to this new coming science of sound." - [Djwhal Khul]

"I believe sound to be a real substance of unknown and wonderful tenuity, emanating as absolute corpuscles - interatomic particles - from matter when induced by percussion. Sound has a velocity of 20,000 feet per second in vacuo, in air, 1120 ft. per second. The substance thus disseminated is an actual component of the agitated mass and were this condition to continue indefinitely the mass would eventually be disintegrated. I think the true definition of sound is "a certain order of Etheric flow, consisting of actual radiant atomic corpuscles ruptured from a static condition by disturbance of atomic equilibrium."

"Every gaseous Molecule is a resonator sensitive to any and all discordant sounds. Inaudibility is no proof of nonexistence of acoustic force. The ear could not hear the total acoustic force transmitted by 1,000,000,000,000 molecules."

"The Molecule contains only harmony - discordance in any mass is only the result of differentiated chords. Any mass so differentiated can be brought into harmony or equated, by the proper chords, be that mass animal matter, vegetable matter or mineral, solid, liquid or gas. Discordance cannot exist in the Molecule as a unit. That which we term discord exists in sound itself, not in matter."

"If our hearing were intensified a billion times, we might be able to hear the chord note of aggregate masses, the fundamental monotones of liquids, and gas volumes, the musical notes given off by electric streams and hear the streams of light as they come through a window, as plainly as we now hear the wind in the trees."

"There is still a vast region of the inaudible to be conquered, but the audible has been so conquered in my instruments as to put me in touch with the inaudible. It is now only necessary to ascertain the terrestrial chord masses, and when I have conquered the inaudible I shall be able to control this most subtle force and run sympathetic machinery."

He tested inaudible vibration by means of the magnetic needle and alteration of light frequencies to produce sound colors.

Pythagoras believed and taught that the laws of harmony control the movements of the heavenly bodies. Is it not proof of the wonderful Outreach of the mind of this ancient philosopher that it has taken nineteen centuries to even indicate that this is a fact, and not merely a "poetic fancy?" The Snell Manuscript

"I assume that sound, like odor, is a real substance of unknown and wonderful tenuity, emanating from a body where it has been induced by percussion, and throwing out absolute corpuscles of matter - interatomic particles - with a velocity of 1120 feet per second, in vacuo 20,000. The substance which is thus disseminated is a part and parcel of the mass agitated, and if kept under this agitation continuously would, in the course of a certain cycle of time, become thoroughly absorbed by the atmosphere; or, more truly, would pass through the atmosphere to an elevated point of tenuity corresponding to the condition of subdivision that govern its liberation from its parent body. The sounds from vibratory forks, set so as to produce etheric chords, while disseminating their compound tones permeate most thoroughly all substances that come under the range of their atomic bombardment. The clapping of a bell in vacuo liberates these atoms with the same velocity and volume as one in the open air; and were the agitation of the bell kept up continuously for a few millions of centuries, it would thoroughly return to its primitive element. If the chamber were hermetically sealed, and strong enough, the vacuous volume surrounding the bell would be brought to a pressure of many thousands of pounds to the square inch, by the tenuous substance evolved. In my estimation, sound truly defined is the disturbance of atomic equilibrium, rupturing actual atomic corpuscles; and the substance thus liberated must certainly be a certain order of etheric flow. Under these conditions is it unreasonable to suppose that, if this flow were kept up, and the body thus robbed of its element, it would in time disappear entirely? All bodies are formed primitively from this high tenuous ether, animal, vegetal and mineral, and they only return to their high gaseous condition when brought under a state of differential equilibrium." [Keely in More Science]



Sound used in Industry

Acoustic Cavitation
Acoustic Levitation
Cymatics
Homogenization
Lithotripsy - destroying kidney stones
Micro-surgery
Motion Detection
Music
Music Therapy
Range Finding
Sonication
Sonochemistry
Sound Therapy
Ultrasonic Cleaning
Ultrasonic Non-Destructive Examination
Ultrasonic Non-Destructive Testing
Ultrasonic Welding
Theory of Human Vibration Response Whole Body Vibration (Ergonomics)

See Also

Compression Wave
Compression Wave Velocity
Cymatics
Interval
Music
Music Therapy
More Science
Note
Oscillation
Part 08 - What Vibration Is. - Part 1
Part 09 - What Vibration Is. - Part 2
Part 26 - Science of Sound Vibration Acoustics and Music
Sonic
Sonic Weapons
Sonism
Sonity
Sound in Vacuum
Tone
Vibration
What Vibration Is
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