16.24 - Triune Vibratory States or Conditions

Taking the above two quotes we can deduce roughly: A Longitudinal wave is in straight lines (to and fro), this we know. This motion is same as the Infinite Ninths Harmonic Series and is therefore concordant and attractive or syntropic. At some point in its scale evolution (probably 3rd octave where musical thirds and fourths first appear) there is developed discordant overtones (Summation and Difference Tones) which act as Transverse waves moving in a zig-zag (side to side) motion. These are developed by the Law of Cycles and are discordant to the first Longitudinal series and motions. These two motions acting in concert create an additional third motion of Rayleigh Wave or Love waves which is circular or rotating. Keely then says this rotating motion, when considered as a stream, is sympathetically coincident (and therefore attractive) to etheric centers. Such logic would further imply these three streams or conditions of "Locked Potentials" are not fixed absolutely but may be forced into varying degrees of coincidence. These variations would be highly unstable and if amplified beyond a certain point would disrupt (dissociate) the structure.

So these two conditions of Harmony and Discord are the two great sexes or opposites that when considered together, AS ONE, also evidence a third condition. It is to be understood, as Professor Daniel Brinton wrote, these three conditions are never separate or individual by themselves but are always together even though one or two modes are less or not evident at all - and being latent - may be brought out by sympathetic stimulation.

See Also

Conjugate Variables
One Balanced Whole and Two Reciprocating Dynamics
01 - Symbols and Conditions of Vibratory Streams
05 - Chart Showing the Conditions Governing the Transmittive Link of Sympathy
06 - Chart Showing the Conditions Governing the Discordants
07 - Chart Showing the Conditions Governing Harmonious Chords
11.13 - Dominant Conditions are Mated Opposing Pairs as Fifths
16.24 - Triune Vibratory States or Conditions
Changed Conditions of the Times
dominant condition
dual sex condition
Figure 8.8 - Polar States or Conditions as Seeming Opposites
first condition in the first ratio
first condition in the third ratio
first condition of the second ratio
Law of Motion
laws of motion
laws of oscillatory and vibratory motions
laws of quantities and motions
laws of vibratory motion
like condition
Lorentz Gauge Condition
mental emotional condition
molecular condition
negative condition
Newton Laws of Motion
Newton Third Law of Motion
One changeless condition
positive condition
pressure condition in motion
Reflex - Conditioning
savage condition
sex-conditioned pairs
sex-divided condition
Signal Conditioner
static condition
Sympathetic Conditions
theory of relativity
thermal condition
triple condition of vibration
triple conditions
triple vibratory condition
Unconditional Love
vacuum condition
vitalized conditions

Created by Dale Pond. Last Modification: Monday March 15, 2021 04:13:02 MDT by Dale Pond.