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SVM: Sympathetic Vibrational Magnetism

posted May 16, 2014, 10:32 AM by Christopher Chambers   [ updated Nov 28, 2014, 8:42 AM ]

Sympathetic Vibrational Magnetism:
    A combination of terms that describe the natural gathering of related elements in response to a perceived distance from a position of equilibrium.

In this article I will attempt to define Sympathetic Vibrational Magnetism (SVM for short) so that we can utilize the ideas that it encompasses in future articles and in discussion. First let's break the term down to it's base words: sympathy, vibration and magnetism.

Merriam-Webster defines these words as such (as of 5/16/2014):

1 a :  an affinity, association, or relationship between persons or things wherein whatever affects one similarly affects the other
   b :  mutual or parallel susceptibility or a condition brought about by it
   c :  unity or harmony in action or effect <every part is in complete sympathy with the scheme as a whole — Edwin Benson>
2 a :  inclination to think or feel alike :  emotional or intellectual accord <in sympathy with their goals>
   b :  feeling of loyalty :  tendency to favor or support <republican sympathies>
3 a :  the act or capacity of entering into or sharing the feelings or interests of another
   b :  the feeling or mental state brought about by such sensitivity <have sympathy for the poor>
4 :  the correlation existing between bodies capable of communicating their vibrational energy to one another through some medium

1 a :  a periodic motion of the particles of an elastic body or medium in alternately opposite directions from the position of equilibrium when that equilibrium has been disturbed (as when a stretched cord produces musical tones or molecules in the air transmit sounds to the ear)
   b :  the action of vibrating :  the state of being vibrated or in vibratory motion: as
(1) :  oscillation (2) :  a quivering or trembling motion :  quiver
2 :  an instance of vibration
3 :  vacillation in opinion or action :  wavering
4 a :  a characteristic emanation, aura, or spirit that infuses or vitalizes someone or something and that can be instinctively sensed or experienced —often used in plural
   b :  a distinctive usually emotional atmosphere capable of being sensed —usually used in plural

1 a :  a class of physical phenomena that include the attraction for iron observed in lodestone and a magnet, are inseparably associated with moving electricity, are exhibited by both magnets and electric currents, and are characterized by fields of force
   b :  a science that deals with magnetic phenomena
2 :  an ability to attract or charm

If we assume in this case that the term "Sympathetic Vibrational Magnetism" is defining the nature of the "Magnetism" discussed then we are specifying that the "Magnetism" is both "Vibrational" and "Sympathetic". Sympathetic Magnetism would imply "An extraordinary power or ability to attract similar, associated or relational persons or things." While Vibrational Magnetism would indicate "An extraordinary power or ability to attract particles of an elastic body or medium during it's period of motion."

So, by the term "Sympathetic Vibrational Magnetism" we are indicating a force that has "An extraordinary power or ability to attract similar, associated or relational particles of an elastic body or medium during it's period of motion (in alternately opposite directions form the position of equilibrium)."