|1st Treatise||-||The Magnetic light. The Aurora borealis.|
|2nd Treatise||-||Crystals: the relation of these and of the magnet to human organs. The poles of crystals. Light and force of these.|
|3rd Treatise||-||Certain physical and physiological laws of the organic force, hitherto called Magnetism, Relations to the magnet, to terrestrial magnetism, and to crystals.|
|4th Treatise||-||The rays of the sun and of the moon, heat, friction, light,—as sources of the new force.|
|5th Treatise||-|| Chemism; the Magnetic tub; Digestion; Chemical action.
The light over graves Voltaic and frictional Electricity;
|6th Treatise||-||Matter in general: the heavenly bodies; regions of the earth. The new force, embracing - the whole universe. Nomenclature. The word Od.|
|7th Treatise||-||Dualism in the Odic phenomena. Warmth and cold. Magnets, Crystals, Plants, the Human body; their two halves; all polar. + Od and —Od. Variability of the odic intensity in time, in the human body.|