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(The following is from the Bloomfield Moore book on Keely entitled
"Keely and His Discoveries". The instrument to which it refers is
believed to be his Compound Disintegrator.)
The peculiar conditions as associated with the gaseous elements of
which water is composed, as regards the differential volume and
gravity of its gases, make it a ready and fit subject of vibratory
In submitting water to the influence of vibratory transmission, even
on simple thirds, the high action induced on the hydrogen as
contrasted with the one on the oxygen (under the same vibratory
stream), causes the antagonism between these elements that induces
The DIFFERENTIAL ANTAGONISTIC RANGE OF MOTION, so favouring the
antagonistic thirds as TO BECOME THOROUGHLY REPELLENT.
The gaseous element thus induced and registered shows thousands of
times much greater force AS REGARDS TENUITY and VOLUME than that
induced by the chemical disintegration of heat, on the same medium.
In all molecular dissociation or disintegration of both simple or
compound elements, whether gaseous or solid, a stream of VIBRATORY
ANTAGONISTIC THIRDS, SIXTHS, OR NINTHS, ON THEIR MASS CHORDS WILL
COMPEL PROGRESSIVE SUBDIVISIONS.
In the disintegration of water the instrument is set on THIRDS,
SIXTHS, and NINTHS, to get the best effects.
These triple conditions are FOCALIZED (focussed) on the neutral
centre of said instrument so as to induce perfect HARMONY or
CONCORDANCE to the chord-note of the mass-chord of the instrument's
full combination; after which the DIATONIC and the ENHARMONIC scale
located at the top of the instrument, or ring, is thoroughly
harmonized with the SCALE OF NINTHS which is placed at the base of
the vibratory transmitter with the telephone head.
The next step is to disturb the harmony on the concentrative thirds,
between the transmitter and disintegrator. This is done by ROTATING
THE SYREN so as to induce a SYMPATHETIC COMMUNICATION along the
nodal transmitter, or wire, that associates the two instruments.
When the note of the syren becomes CONCORDANT TO THE NEUTRAL CENTRE
of the disintegrator, the highest order of sympathetic communication
It is now necessary to operate the transferable vibratory negatizer,
or negative accelerator, which is seated in the centre of the
diatonic and enharmonic ring, at the top of the disintegrator, and
COMPLETE DISINTEGRATION WILL FOLLOW (from the ANTAGONISMS induced on
the CONCORDANTS by said adjunct), in triple progression, thus:
First, thirds - (to achieve) Molecular dissociation resolving the
water into a gaseous compound of hydrogen and
Second, sixths - resolving the hydrogen and oxygen into a new
element by second order of dissociation,
producing what I call, LOW ATOMIC ETHER.
Third, ninths - the low atomic ether resolved into a NEW ELEMENT,
which I denominate high or second atomic
ALL THESE TRANSMISSIONS BEING SIMULTANEOUS ON THE DISTURBANCE OF
SYMPATHETIC EQUILIBRIUM BY SAID NEGATIVE ACCELERATOR.
Taking the chord mass of the disintegrator B flat, or any chord
mass that may be represented by the combined association of all
the mechanical parts of its structure (no two structures being
alike in their chord masses),
Taking B flat, the resonators of said structure are set at B
flat, first octave, B flat, third octave, and B flat, ninth
octave, by drawing out the caps of the resonators until the
harmony of thirds, sixths, and ninths are reached; which a
simple movement of the fingers on the diatonic scale, at the
head, will determine by the tremulous action which is highly
sensible to the touch, on said caps.
The caps are then rigidly fixed in their different positions by
Vangard note >>>
Resonators as used by Keely are small tubes with an
adjustable cap. This allowed the resonant frequency of the
tubes to be set to a variety of frequencies much like a
variable oscillator. When the tube is tuned to the proper
frequency, the cap is locked into position by setscrews.
The resonator tube caps could be touched to indicate the
degree of vibration. When a mechanical syren was excited, it
would produce a high pitched sound which would descend
through the scale, the tuned resonators would respond to
their particular frequency as sensed by the touch of the
operator to the vibrating caps. At the resonant frequency,
the caps would be at greatest amplitude and therefore most
easily detectable by touch. <<<
The focalization to the neutral centre is then established by
dampening the steel rods, on the scale at the back, representing the
thirds, sixths, and ninths, drawing a piece of small gum tube over
them, which establishes harmony to the chord mass of the instrument.
Concordance is thus effected between the disintegrator and the
ninths of the scale at the base of the transmitters in the
This scale has a permanent sympathetic one, set on the ninth of any
mass chord that may be represented, on any and all the multiple
variations of mechanical combinations. In fact, permanently set for
The next step is to establish pure harmony between the transmitter
and the disintegrator, which is done by spinning the syren disk,
then waiting until the sympathetic note is reached, as the syren
chord, decreasing in velocity, descends the scale.
AT THIS JUNCTURE, the negative accelerator must be IMMEDIATELY AND
RAPIDLY ROTATED, INDUCING HIGH DISTURBANCE OF EQUILIBRIUM between
the transmitter and disintegrator by TRIPLE NEGATIVE EVOLUTION,
with the result that a FORCE OF FROM FIVE TO TEN, FIFTEEN, TWENTY,
AND THIRTY THOUSAND POUNDS TO THE SQUARE INCH IS EVOLVED BY THE
FOCALIZATION OF THIS TRIPLE NEGATIVE STREAM ON THE DISINTEGRATING
CELL, OR CHAMBER,
whether there be ONE, TWO, THREE FIVE, OR TEN DROPS OF WATER
enclosed within it.
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this paper covers, please upload to KeelyNet or send to the Vangard
Sciences address as listed on the first page. Thank you for your
consideration, interest and support.
Jerry W. Decker.........Ron Barker...........Chuck Henderson
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