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polarization

To polarize or create a potential, bias or dipole of syntropic and entropic conditions. The creation of two seeming opposite states under tension and potential as in charging a battery or magnetizing iron into a magnet. A battery is polarized when charged. A piece of iron is polarized when it becomes a magnet.

This is a table of seeming opposing states, conditions, motions or vectors. For dualities of state, condition or cause and effect see Table of Cause and Effect Dualities. [See Celestial and Terrestrial Domains]

"Applying these fundamental laws to an explanation of the universe, as it is brought to human cognition, all manifestations of force may be treated as modes of vibrations. The essential differences give rise to three modes of vibration:

I. The Radiating: called also the "Dispersing", the "Propulsive", the "Positive", and the "Enharmonic".

II. The Focalizing: called also the "Negative", the "Negative Attractive", the "Polarizing", and the "Harmonic".

III. The Dominant: called also the "Etheric", or the "Celestial".

"These, it will be noted, correspond to the three laws of being. It is not to be understood that any one of these three modes of vibration can exist independently. Each by itself is called a "current", and all three must be present in every "stream" or "flow" of force. The relations of the currents in every flow are expressible in thirds, and it is experimentally demonstrable that the relation of the three are in the order named: as 33 1/3 : 66 2/3 : 100. [KEELYS PHYSICAL PHILOSOPHY - Snell]



Syntropy Entropy
The Focalizing The Radiating
Absorbing Emanating
Accumulating Dissipating
Plus Minus
Affinity Disunity
Affinity to Neutral Center[2] Affinity to Celestial[2]
Amperage Voltage
Anode Cathode
Appearance Disappearance
Assembling Distributing
Assimilation Dispersion
Association Dissociation
Attracting Repulsing
Attractive Propulsive
Attractive Repulsive
Center seeking Center fleeing
Centropy Entropy
Centralizing Decentralizing
Charging Discharging
Composing Decomposing
Concentrative Dispersing
Concordant Discordant
Condensation Ionization
Contracting Expanding
Cooling Heating
Decreasing volume Increasing volume
Density Evaporization
Distinctness Nebulousness
Earth Heaven
Electricity Magnetism
Endothermic Exothermic
Fast revolution Slow revolution
Fast orbit Slow orbit
Focalizing Radiant
Generating Degenerating
Genero-active Radio-active
Gravitation Radiation
Gravity Magnetism
Hardness Softness
Harmonic[1] Dominant[1]
Harmonic Enharmonic
Health Disease
High melting point Low melting point
High pressure Low pressure
Increasing Pressure Decreasing Pressure
Integrating Disintegrating
Inhalation Exhalation
Induction Conduction
Life Death
Male Female
Massive Tenuous
Negative (Keely) Positive (Keely)
Order Chaos
Order Disorder
Point Circumference
Polar Propulsion[1] Polar Attraction[1]
Polarization[2] Depolarization[2]
Positive Negative
negative vibration[1] positive vibration[1]
Polar Depolar
Receptive Propulsive
Red Blue
Rising potential Lowering potential
Slow rotation (spin) Fast rotation (spin)
Slow spin Fast spin
Solidity Tenuosity
Solution Dissolution
Storing Leaking
Sympathetic Anti-sympathetic
Centripetal Centrifugal
Terrestrial Celestial


Figure 2.12.1 - Polarity or Duality

[1] see MAGNETISM AND ELECTRICITY
[2] see POLARIZATION AND DEPOLARIZATION


See Also

3.15 - Modern References to Polar States
7B.16 - Polarity
13.03 - Voiding Polarization
16.08 - Polar Link in Thirds
bi-polar
Depolar
Depolarization
depolarized
Figure 3.11 Thermal Polarization
Figure 13.20a - Hurricane Polarities - Polarization and Differentiation at root of Rotation
Figure 3.14 - Initial Vector Polarizations
Figure 7.1 - Step 1 - Wave Vortex Crests at Maximum Polarization
POLARIZATION AND DEPOLARIZATION
Sympathetic Depolarization
sympathetic polarization
Triple Polarization

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