"The rhythmic relations in which force acts are everywhere, under all conditions, and at all times, the same. They are found experimentally to be universally expressible by the mathematical relations of thirds. [Keely, KEELYS PHYSICAL PHILOSOPHY - Snell]

"The thirds, on the subdivision of the one hundred and twenty-eight thousand four hundred vibrations, represent the negative antagonism, whereby this peculiar condition is brought about, viz., forty-two thousand eight hundred on the positive; the same on the negative and on the neutral, as associated with the sympathetic negative transmitter." [The Operation of the Vibratory Circuit, 1891?]

A whole is considered as being composed of three parts. Each third part is a third. These three parts have a dynamic relationship. [See Law of Assimilation]

Musical Third
There are diverse musical thirds; Minor Third, Major Third and Augmented Third. [See Interval]

"Music, pure, natural, and harmonical, in the true and evident sense of the term, is the division of any keynote, or starting-point, into it's integral and ultimate parts, and the descending divisions will always answer to the ascending, having reference to the general whole. The essence and mystery in the development of harmonies consists in the fact that every keynote, or unit, is a nucleus including the past, the present, and the future, having in itself an inherent power, with a tendency to expand and contract. In the natural system, as each series rises, its contents expand and fall back to the original limit from any point ascending or descending; we cannot perceive finality in any ultimate; every tone is related to higher and lower tones; and must be part of an organized whole." - [F. J. Hughes, Harmonies of Tones and Colours - Developed by Evolution, page 16. See Overtone Series]

Thirds mentioned in the Keely Literature

adjusted thirds
antagonistic thirds
chord of its thirds
chords in intervals of thirds
chords of E flat with thirds
chords of the thirds
clustered thirds
compound vibration of their mass thirds
concentrative thirds
confliction by thirds
diatonic thirds
differential diameters of thirds
discordant thirds
dominant thirds
enharmonic thirds
expressible in thirds
harmonic attractive chord, thirds
harmonic thirds
harmonic undulatory by thirds
harmonious adjustment of the thirds
harmony of thirds
inversions of thirds
major thirds
mass thirds
mathematical relations of thirds
consonant thirds
minor thirds
molecular concordant thirds
movement in thirds
musical thirds
negative transmissive chords of the thirds
negatizing the thirds
neutral thirds
neutralized thirds
phased in thirds
progression of thirds
progressive thirds
proportions of thirds
relations of thirds
reverse thirds
simple thirds
subdivision of thirds
succession of thirds
summations of thirds
tempered thirds
thirds of the mass chord
thirds of the thirds
thirds of the whole
thirds untempered
thirds: molecular dissociation
triple thirds
varying thirds
vibrations in thirds
vibratory antagonistic thirds

Table 14.01 - All phrases in HyperVibes containing "thirds" found in the digitized Keely literature. (All of the Keely literature has yet to be digitized).

See Also

05 - The Melodic Relations of the sounds of the Common Scale
Figure 11.01 - Octave composed of Equal Thirds and Triads
Laws of Being
Laws of Being - Annotated
Keelys Laws of Being
Major Third
Minor Third
Part 14 - Keelys Mysterious Thirds Sixths and Ninths
Table 14.01 - All phrases in HyperVibes containing the term thirds
Table 14.02 - Neutral Thirds - Energy Radiates from Center - Force Contracts to Center
7.12 - Third
12.07 - Keelys Thirds Sixths and Ninths
14.04 - Thirds as Currents
14.05 - Thirds as Differentiations
14.07 - Thirds in Magnetic Action
14.08 - Thirds as Assimilatives
14.10 - Thirds as Ratios within a Whole
14.28 - Thirds as Polar and Depolar Parameters
15.18 - Keelys Process for Liberating Ether from Water multiple mentions in this article
16.08 - Polar Link in Thirds

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