Keely's disturbance of the oscillatory equilibrium by resonant impulses

It is through the disturbance of this oscillatory equilibrium, by means of resonant impulses, that Keely alters the relations of the vibratory impulses which constitute matter. This he does by striking the same chord in three octaves, representing the third, sixth, and ninth of the scale.
Of these, the sixth reduces the range of molecular vibrations or oscillations; and, by thus bringing nearer to each other the neutral centers, increases solidification.
The ninth extends the range of molecular oscillation, and thus tends to give greater tenuity to the mass. It induces “trajectile velocity” from neutral centers or “neutral radiation.” Experiment shows that molecular dissociation does not take place until the molecule attains an oscillation approaching, if not fully reaching two-thirds of its diameter. This can be effected by means of the action of the “enharmonic” or “radiating” current applied to the mass, after its molecules have once been disturbed by an “introductory impulse;” that is, by the musical note above mentioned.
The third represents the “dominant,” and when brought under the control of a harmonic resonant impulse induces a complete rearrangement of the modes of vibration and oscillation; in other words, will transform the mass either into its component initial forces, or into some other form of matter.
As all molecules and masses are mere centers of harmonized vibrations, temporarily held in suspension by simple laws identical with those of resonance, it follows that the se centers can be broken up or divided by certain orders of vibration impinging upon and disturbing them.
Each molecule of a given mass of matter represents the same harmonic chord or note in its oscillatory motion. The “chord of the mass” is, therefore, the chord of every molecule of the mass.
But the condition of absolutely stable equilibrium is theoretical only, and does not exist in nature; the chord of the mass is constantly changing. Yet we must learn to control this “chord of mass” by resonant induction, if we would gain command over molecular forces.