14.07 - Thirds in Magnetic Action

"Both attraction and repulsion are exhibited by the action of the dual magnetic force. However, like or unlike magnetic poles become attractive when their frequency ratios become 33 1/3 of one against 100 of the other, simply by sympathetic resonant vibration." The Snell Manuscript

"Like poles do not repel each other, simply because there is a perfect sympathetic equation between them, the same in unlike poles. If a differentiation of 33 1/3 against 100 is established between them, whether like or unlike, they become attractive to each other. They become repellent after differentiating them, 66 2/3 of the one against 100 of the other, by sympathetic vibration. [Keely, ATTRACTION PROPULSION ETC]

Attraction and Repulsion of Magnets
3:6:9 - This quote seems to clearly explain the significance of the ratio 3:6:9 - "The relative frequency of all sympathetic streams is in the ratio 3:6:9. Those whose relative frequencies are 3:9 are mutually attractive, while those having the relation of 6:9 are mutually repellant." [Keely, SYMPATHETIC STREAMS - Snell, LAWS OF MOLECULAR BEING, Sympathetic Stream, Modes of Vibration, Modes of Vibration - Annotated]

For a more complete description by Keely on what magnetism is and how a magnet works see ANSWERS MADE IN LETTERS FROM MR. KEELY - TO QUESTIONS ASKED OF HIM.

See Also

3.17 - Magnetic Electric Poles
Figure 7B.16 - Bar Magnets shown separate then joined as one
Figure 7B.18 - Four Poles of a Bar Magnet
7B.20 - Magnetism
16.20 - Magnetic Pole Reversal
16.21 - Magnetic Flow
Figure 16.08 - Two bar magnets becoming one magnet

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