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sympathetic chord

"Mr. Keely regards the sun as a dead body, an inert mass,* that has fallen into its negative condition through, or from, the loss of its triple sympathetic vibratory impulses, much on the order of the steel bar that has been vitalized by percussion, which Mr. Keely shows in his experiments to be active and sounding until the vibrations end in a vanishing point, thus leaving the molecular mass dead, or inert, until the proper impulse to renew its activity is given. In this new philosophy the different planets represent certain sympathetic chords or centres, all attuned to take part in one celestial melody, the same as the different chords of the piano. Necessarily the great plan of the Originator of "the music of the spheres" brings into life the proper ones, at the proper time, on the positive range; and neutralizes again at the proper time the negative ones on the neutral range; and thus the harmony of the spheres is maintained." [COMMENTS OF JOHN WORRELL KEELY ON DR SCHIMMELS LECTURE, page 140]

See Also

07 - Chart Showing the Conditions Governing Harmonious Chords
09 - Chart Defining the different Chord Associations
12 - Chart of Differentiation of Setting Chords on Vibratory Bar
19.02 - Theory of the Induction of Sympathetic Chords to Excite Rotation
8.20 - Law of Sympathetic Oscillation
8.21 - Signature same as Chord
8.27 - Law of Sympathetic Oscillation
Celestial Sympathetic Radiation
Chord of Mass
chord of the mass
Figure 1.1 - Chord Signatures of Brain Convolutions
Figure 18.03 - Keely Chart Showing Acoustic Resonance of the Brain Chord
Figure 8.7 - Varying Degrees of Chordal Harmony and Discord
Full Harmonic Chord
Law of Sympathetic Vibration
Signature
Spectra
Sympathetic Affinity
Sympathetic Coincidence
Sympathetic Negative Attraction
Sympathetic Oscillation
Sympathetic Outreach
Sympathetic Radiation
Sympathetic Vibration
THEORY OF THE INDUCTION OF SYMPATHETIC CHORDS TO EXCITE ROTATION BY VIBROPHONIC TRAJECTION TO AND FROM CENTERS OF NEUTRALITY ON REVOLVING GLOBE

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