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PostSubject: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:15 am

John Keely was a genius ahead of time. He was a game changer in the arena of physics where classical theory and practice had reached its pinnacle.
He is not yet credited with the only working unified theory, but I'm sure that one day, he will be vindicated and known, just as Tesla is becoming more well known by the common people.
As many of you know Tesla is responsible for the drone technology that the military currently employs.
John Keely is responsible for laying the founspdation forTeslas experiments.
Teslas 1/4 wavelength frequency formula for producing resonance is adopted from Keely and his musical interpretation of the interconnectedness of all matter.
Keely was known to the occultists and secret societies of the time who were in the know of the power he was developing. They all saw more importance in his work than they did Teslas.
In my studies, it became apparent that Keely had rediscovered the secret of the Pythagoreans whose studies into tones and there intervals revealed secrets that were quite ancient.
Today, the study of cymatics, a recently coined term, is beginning to reveal what Keely was doing and where he was going.
Hopefully there are enough interested parties to make this thread come alive, as Keely is a most fascinating study into the esoteric and occult science of which Alchemy is the ruler.
I encourage the posting of images, articles , charts, etc, etc in an effort to better learn of this fascinating man currently still unknown by the ignorant.
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PostSubject: Re: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:22 am

Agricola wrote:
chasm369 wrote:
...Sympathetic Vibratory Physics...

S.V.P.?.John Ernst Worrell Keely ?

I'm sorry,but  you are loosing your time.The work of Keely was a fraud.Made with compressed air!

Regards.

Agricola wrote:
Chasm wrote:
Is this your opinion based on extensive study? Or is this your view based on the 5 seconds that it took to look up what the informed authorities had to say about him on Wik

What do you know about the force of compressed air as it relates to the subdivision of matter on a molecular, atomic and etheric scale using the disintegrating embodiment of Keelys method?

Yeah, my opinion is based on an extensive study.
It is obvious that compressed air does not work like an atom smasher. But,please tell me, is there any physical evidence of the working of Keely's devices? Now I see only a group of hyppies who have founded another new age cult.Are you a follower?...

Chasm369 wrote:
Yes , it is obvious! However, his disintegration embodiment was used to demonstrate the latent force existing in interstitial spaces long before the orthodox scientific community came to acknowledge this. It had nothing to do with atom smashing. You misunderstand!!!
Compressed air was used to test its lifting capacity as a foundation as he laid out a precise method to test the graduated expansive forces of water vapour out to etheric gaseous vapour recording their lifting capacity to the square inch.
The physical evidence is that the Smithsonian has an original machine housed and displayed on its premises.
The other evidence that exists is that of many esteemed men of science who were qualified, which you are not, to assess the workings of his devices which were well ahead of his time and still are.
To further this, Jacob Astor, an uber rich contemporary, backed his research seeing that Keelys principles were the foundation of Teslas whom he did not back.

It would seem to me that your opinion of Tesla would be that he was a minion of Edison because Edison's name made it into the school books, where Teslas didn't. But hey, your extensive research turned up a lot.  jocolor

Your a Wikiist Agricola, and a dishonest one!

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Chasm,
You said "subdivision of matter" ,"disintegrating  embodiment".These are attributes related to atomsmashers.The next time,please be more accurate.
You said"before the orthodox scientific community came to acknowledge this".Even the Julius Verne's Nautilus,worked with atomic energy,but doesn't mean that Verne had an atomic battery in his garage.The work of Keely was only a work of fantasy, a trick to become rich taking advantage of the eccentricy of people like Moore and Astor.A round piece of brass,with missing parts,exposed at the Smithsonian,doesn't mean nothing,if doesnt work.Even the opinions of "many esteemed men of science"  are nothing, if Keely every time refused to show the secret.Show us real and reproducible facts,otherwise you will remain only a blatant cultish techno-pseudo-
alchemist,like there are so many for the Web!!!. jocolor

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Yes, I said subdivision of matter to test whether you had knowledge or you were just being an arrogant, wannabe, know it all who in fact knows nothing other than to follow the shepherd as sheep!

Do you reckon our solvent an atom smasher even though it must break through them in order to achieve its purpose?
It's not me who needs to be more accurate, it is you who needs to expand your mind.
Jules Verne wrote his science fiction at a time of great discoveries. This sci-fi generally precedes the science and one wouldn't expect Mr Verne
to magically devise an atomic battery from the pages of his classic book.
And yes, Keelys treatise on latent energy precedes the orthodox understanding, but you would know this if you studied him in earnest.
In fact Agricola, seeing that you really know nothing of Keely, I'm going to spare you the insulting ordeal of me schooling you, because I can and will school you on this topic.
What is displayed at the Smithsonian is not a missing part, but a hydro vacuo pneumatic pulsating engine; the first and only of its kind operating on a principle which later became known as cavitation which of course you are totally ignorant of. Keely was the pioneer coining words and phrases ahead of orthodox science.
You are quick to chirp that the opinions of esteemed men of science are nothing. You sound like the rambling Mr Traveller who fancies himself greater than the immortal adepts. jocolor symbol for you Very Happy
Because Keely refused to reveal his proprietary secret, you deem him a fraud yes? So the alchemists are frauds too? Please don't pick a quarrel with me with your catlike attitude. Proprietary information is still proprietary today if you haven't noticed!!!
And for your information, Moore wrote his biography and praises Keely.
So come again...after you've studied, and don't waste my time.

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Chasm,
A cavitation motor is one thing,and affirming that one can control space,time,matter and energy with "sympatetic vibrations" is another very different one,that must be demostrated,otherwise seems that the motor was only some birdseed, to attract a chicken(YOU) in the net. lol!


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PostSubject: Re: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Mon Feb 12, 2018 1:03 am

Agricola wrote:
Chasm,
A cavitation motor is one thing,and affirming that one can control space,time,matter and energy with "sympatetic vibrations" is another very different one,that must be demostrated,otherwise seems that the motor was only some birdseed, to attract a chicken(YOU) in the net.
Agricola, it was his first real machine. The term cavitation wasn't even coined. It was built and operated. What do you know of cavitation motors?
What do you know from your in depth study about Keely and his discoveries?
You've read what is posted on the AP forum, but what else do you know about Keely other than the claims that he was a fraud?
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PostSubject: Re: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Mon Feb 12, 2018 1:08 am

chasm369 wrote:
In my studies, it became apparent that Keely had rediscovered the secret of the Pythagoreans whose studies into tones and there intervals revealed secrets that were quite ancient.
Today, the study of cymatics, a recently coined term, is beginning to reveal what Keely was doing and where he was going.
Hopefully there are enough interested parties to make this thread come alive, as Keely is a most fascinating study into the esoteric and occult science of which Alchemy is the ruler.

interesting hypotheses maybe so :
can you deepen them clearly giving references and findings and that real applications has obtained keely and how to connect it in alchemy and why ? etc
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PostSubject: Re: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Mon Feb 12, 2018 1:19 am

alexbr wrote:
interesting hypotheses maybe so :
can you deepen them clearly giving references and findings and that real applications has obtained keely and how to connect it in alchemy and why ? etc

Read all of "Keely & His Discoveries". It is a worthwhile read...

http://www.svpwiki.com/Keely+and+His+Discoveries






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Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Sympathetic philosophy teaches that the various phenomena of the human constitution cannot be properly comprehended and explained without observing the distinction between the physical and material, and the moral and spiritual nature of man. It demonstrates incontrovertibly the separate existence and independent activity of the soul of man, and that the spirit governs the body instead of being governed by the body.

As Spenser has said: "For of the soul the body form doth take; For soul is form, and doth the body make"

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Do we not find proof in ourselves that the action of molecules is an intelligent action? For we must admit the individuality of the molecules in our organisms, in order to understand how it is that nourishment maintains life. Try as we may to account for the action of aliment upon the system, all is resolved into the fact that these must be some intelligent force at work. Do we ourselves disunite and intermingle, by myriad channels, in order to rejoin and replace a molecule which awaits this aid? We must either affirm that it is so, that we place them where we think they are needed, or that it is the molecules that find a place of themselves. We know that we are occupied in other ways which demand all our thoughts. It must, therefore, be that these molecules find their own place. Admit this, and we accord life and intelligence to them. If we reason that it is our nerves which appropriate substances that they need for the maintenance of their energy and their harmonious action, we then concede to the nerves what we deny to the molecules. Or, if we think it more natural to attribute this power to the viscera - the stomach, for example - we only change the thesis.

It will be said that it is pantheism to assert that matter, under all the forms which it presents, is only groups of aggregates of sympathetic molecules, of a substance unalterable in its individualities; a thinking, acting substance. Let us not deny what we are unable to explain. God is all that is, without everything that is being individually God. Etheric force has been compared to the trunk of a tree, the roots of which rest in Infinity. The branches of the tree correspond to the various modifications of this one force - heat, light, electricity, and its close companion force, magnetism. It is held in suspension in our atmosphere. It exists throughout the universe. Actual science not admitting a void, then all things must touch one another. To touch is to be but one by contiguity, or there would be between one thing and another something which might be termed space, or nothing. Now, as nothing cannot exist, there must be something between "the atomic triplets" which are, according to the Keely theory, found in each molecule. This something in the molecule he affirms to be "the universal fluid", or molecular ether. One thing touching another, all must therefore be all in all.

Admitting, then, that there is a universal fluid, it must exist in and through all things. If void does not exist, everything is full; if all is full, everything is in contact; if everything is in contact, the whole influence and is influenced because all is life; and life is movement, because movement is a continual disunion and union of all the molecules which compose the whole.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Does psychical research lie outside the domain of physical science? What is the supernatural but the higher workings of laws which we call natural, as far as we have been able to investigate them? Is not the supernatural, then, just as legitimate a subject of consideration, for the truly scientific mind, as is the natural? If it explain, satisfactorily, phenomena which cannot be otherwise explained, there is no good reason why its aid should not be invoked by men of science. The truth is, that the ordinary course of nature is one continued miracle, one continued manifestation of the Divine mind.

"Everything which is, is thought," says Amiel, "but not conscious and individual thought. Everything is a symbol of a symbol; and a symbol of what? - of mind. We are hemmed round with mystery, and the greatest mysteries are contained in what we see, and do, every day."

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Keely affirms, with other philosophers, that there is only one unique substance, and that this substance is the Divine spirit, the spirit of life, and that this spirit of life is God, who fills everything with His thoughts; disjoining and grouping together these multitudes of thoughts in different bodies called atmospheres, fluids, matters, animal, vegetable, and mineral forms.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
We are ever in the presence of an infinite and an eternal energy, from which all things proceed. Macvicar foreshadowed the teachings of this new philosophy when he wrote, "All motion in the universe is rhythmical. This is seen in the forward and backward movement of the pendulum, the ebb and the flow of the tides, the succession of day and night, the systolic and and disastolic action of the heart, and in the inspiration and expiration of the lungs. Our breathing is a double motion of universal aether, an active and a reactive movement. This androgyne principle, with its dual motion, is the breath of God in man." The writings of the ancients teem with these ideas, which have been handed down to us from generation to generation, and are now flashing their light, like torches in the darkness, upon mysteries too long regarded as "lying outside the domains of physical science."

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
"Only the noble-hearted can understand the noble-hearted." Keely's chief ambition has been to utilize the force he discovered; not for his own aggrandizement, but to bless the lives of his fellow men. He has scaled the rocks which barricade earth from heaven, and he knows that the fire which he has brought down with him is divine.

This so-called secret is an open secret, which, after it is known, may be read everywhere - in the revolution of the planets as well as in the crystallization of minerals and in the growth of a flower.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
"But what are his hypotheses? And what the tenets of his new philosophy?" His hypotheses are as antithetic to existing hypotheses in chemistry as the Newtonian system, at its first publication, was antithetic to the vortices of Descartes. The philosophy is not of his creation; nor is it a new philosophy. It is as old as the universe. Its tenets are unpopular, heterodox tenets, but their grandeur, when compared with prevailing theories, will cause the latter to appear like the soap-bubbles that Sir William Drummond said the grown-up children of science amuse themselves with; whilst the honest vulgar stand grazing in stupid admiration, dignifying these learned vagaries with the name of science. It is the sole edifice of true philosophy, the corner-stone of which was laid at Creation, when God said, "Let there be light; and there was light." The scaffolding which our modern Prometheus has built is not the airy fabric of delusion, nor the baser fabric of a fraud, as has been so often asserted. It has been built plank by plank, upon firm ground, and every plank is of pure gold, as will be seen in due time.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
No systematic distinction between philosophical, religious, and scientific ideas can be maintained. All the three run into one another with the most perfect legitimacy. Their dissociation can be effected only by art, their divorce only by violence. Great as is the revolution in mechanics which is to take place through this discovery, it has an equally important bearing on all questions connected with psychical research. Once demonstrated, we shall hear no more of the brain secreting thought, as the liver secretes bile. The laws of "rhythmical harmony," of "assimilation," of "sympathetic association," will be found governing all things, in the glorious heavens above us, down to the least atom upon our earth.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
The great law of sympathetic association, once understood, will become known as it is - as the governing medium of the universe. Herein lies the secret, the revelation of which will usher in the spiritual age foretold by the Prophets of the Old Testament and the Apostles of the New Testament. Inspiration is not confined to prophets and apostles and poets: the man of science, the writer, all who reach out after the Infinite, receive their measure of inspiration according to their capacity.

A Keely Motor Company Stockholder wrote:
It seems proper to note an apparently new status of Mr. Keely's affairs, as shown by some experiments conducted last Saturday in the presence of a number of visitors. Some, at least, of these visitors were qualified for critical observation, and the note-worthy fact is that Mr. Keely was able to produce, under their close inspection, a dynamic result which none of them pretended to account for by any known law of physics, outside of that which Mr. Keely claims as the base of his operation. He evolved, almost instantaneously, according to the united report of those who were present, a substance having an elastic energy varying from 10,000 to 20,000 pounds per square inch, and instantly discharged or liberated it into the atmosphere, without the evolution of heat in its production, or of cold on its sudden liberation.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
The Himalayas, big and grand as they are, must represent mountains whose rise was a thing of a very "recent" date, geologically speaking. This is proved, because we see rocks belonging to a relatively recent age, appearing as part and parcel of their lofty peaks. Very different is the case with the hills and mountains of, say, north-western Scotland. There you come upon peaks of an age well-nigh coeval with the world's earliest setting down to a steady, solid, and respectable existence. The Scottish hills are the old, the very old, aristocrats of the cosmical circle; the Himalayas, Alps, and the rest, are the new race whose origin goes not further back than a generation, as it were. Yet, about the oldest of the mountains there is nothing which is absolutely enduring. Equally with the newer hills, geological progress and action are written on the face of their history.

Colonel A.T. Fraser wrote:
It is in no small degree reassuring to find that we are not chained to inert matter, but to the living energies of its forms. This leads us to the inference, long suspected, that all matter, as well as the ethereal medium itself consists ultimately of one and the same primordial element.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
When Keely was asked how long he thought it would be before he would have the engine he was then at work upon ready to patent, he illustrated his situation by an anecdote: "A man fell down, one dark night, into a mine; catching a rope in his descent, he clung to it until morning. With the first glimpse of daylight, he saw that had he let go his hold of the rope he would have had but a few inches to fall. I am precisely in the situation of that man. I do not know how near success may be nor yet how far off it is."

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
August 5th, 1885, the New York Home Journal announced that Keely had imprisoned the ether; and, as was then wrongly supposed, that the unknown force was the ether itself; not the medium of the force, as it is now known to be. The late George Perry, who was then editor of that journal, heralded the announcement with these comments: "No object seems to be too high or remote for human endeavour. It is not strange that some of these attempts should stagger the faith of all but the boldest imaginations. A notable example of this class is the famous etheric motor invented by Keely, of Philadelphia, and the subject of a communication which we below from a well-known American lady in Italy. The inventor claims to have found a new force, one that entirely transcends those that have been hitherto appropriated for human use. Heat, steam, electricity, magnetism are but crude antetypes of this new discovery. It is essentially the creator of these forces. It is scarcely less than the 'primum mobile.'"

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
The New Force: Etheric Vapour. The discoverer of a hitherto unknown force in nature which, when certain inventions are perfected, will create a revolution in science, as well as in mechanics, has for many years concentrated his mind upon gaining supreme control over one of nature's greatest and grandest forces. Or, more correctly speaking, in efforts to control and apply to mechanics one of the various manifestations of the one force in nature.

"The force which binds the atoms, which controls secreting glands, is the same that guides the planets acting by divine commands."

The hypothetical ether conceived of by scientists, to account for the transmission of light, is not hypothetical to this discoverer. He knows its nature and its power. By the operation of an instrument of his own invention, he can release it at will from the suspension in which it is always held in our atmosphere. It is so liberated, by an almost instantaneous process of intense vibratory action, and passed through a tube the opening of which is no larger than a pin's head furnishing sufficient power to run a one hundred horse-power engine. The importance of this discovery cannot be conceived; its limit seems boundless; its value cannot be put in figures.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
The pure Philosophy which true science seems about to reveal discloses not a universe of dead matter, but a universe alive from its core to its outermost extremity, and animated by mind and means, to which matter, perfectly organized, is absolutely subservient. It illuminates mysteries of nature which have only been partially revealed to us, and lifts the veil which has hitherto shrouded in darkness still greater mysteries involved in this universal power, which keeps and sustains all systems of worlds in their relation towards each and all. More and more clearly shall we be led by true science to see that the universe "is founded upon a distinct idea," and that the harmony of this distinct idea is manifested in all of God's works. Sir Isaac Newton, in his "Fundamental Principles of Natural Philosophy," call the great magnetic agent "the soul of the world," and says, "all senses are excited by this spirit, and through it the animals move their limbs; but these things cannot be explained in few words, and we have not yet sufficient experience to determine fully the laws by which this universal spirit operates." Centuries may pass before these laws will be "fully understood"; but Etheric Philosophy casts a plummet into depths that have never been sounded, and reveals this "unparticled substance," "the cosmic matter," "the primal stuff," "the celestial ocean of universal ether," as the true protoplasm, and the medium by which mind shapes matter and gives it all its properties. It teaches us that, through it, we are connected in sympathy with all other souls and with all the objects of nature, even, to the stars and all the heavenly bodies.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
If matter without form preceded the creation of vitality, "it is only when the principle of life had been given," says Charpignon, "that the intrinsic properties of atoms were compelled, by the law of affinities, to form individualities; which, from that moment, becoming a centre of action, were enabled to act as modifying causes of the principle of life, and assimilate themselves to it, according to the ends of their creation." Here is a conjecture, to start with, that it will be well to remember; for, as in the hypotheses of Macvicar and the demonstration of Keely, the law of assimilation is made the pivot upon which all turns, "providing at once for the free and the forced, at once for mind and for matter, and placing them in a scientific relationship to one another." This law Macvicar calls the "cosmical law," because to it alone, ever operating under the eye and fulfilling the design of the great Creator who is always and in all places immanent to His creation, an appeal, is ever made. By this law a far greater number of the phenomena of nature and the laboratory can be explained than have been otherwise explained by scores of laws which are frankly admitted to be empirical. Surely this is no slight claim for this law to be studied, with a view to its acceptance or rejection.

To repeat, this law is to the effect that every individualized object tends to assimilate itself to itself, in successive moments of its existence, and all objects to assimilate one another. The ground of it is, that the simple and pure substance of creation, has for its special function to manifest the Creator; and consequently to assimilate itself to His will and attributes, in so far as the finite can assimilate itself to the Infinite. Hence it is in its own nature, wholly plastic or devoid of fixed innate properties, and wholly assimilative, both with respect to its own portions or parts and to surrounding objects, as well as to its position in space, and, in so far as it is capable, to the mind of the Creator. Thus, there immediately awake, in the material elements, individuality and the properties of sphericity, elasticity, and inertia, along with a tendency to be assimilated as to place, or, as it is commonly called, reciprocal attraction.

Hence, in the first place, the construction in the ether, or realm of light, of groups of ethereal elements, generating material elements. Hence, secondly, a tendency in the material elements, when previously distributed in space, to form into groups, in which their etherial atmospheres may become completely confluent; while their material nuclei, being possessed of a more powerful individuality than ethereal elements, come into juxtaposition merely, thus constituting molecules.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
If all animals and plants have been obtained by the secular synthesis of transformed monera, and the differentiation of the organs composing them - thus giving in the last analysis one form and kind of protoplasm as the root of all; the pursuit of the same line of thought - the same theory, applied to the atoms of the chemist, with their various properties and atomic weights, gives, as the common ground of all, a single material element; each chemical atom being a structure composed of this material element, but so stable as to be indecomposable in the laboratory.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Just as all organisms are the synthetic developments of one kind of moneron, and all chemical atoms and molecules the synthetic development of one kind of material element, so is the material element a synthetic development of ethereal elements. These also are Mr. Keely's views; but neither Macvicar nor Keely rest in the conception of a congeries of particles which are wholly blind and devoid of feeling and thought, diffused throughout all space, believing such particles to be the first of things. "Reason, if it is to enjoy intellectual repose, can have it only in finding, beyond and above all things else, a unity, a power, intelligence, personality - in one word, God."

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
While the protoplasm of the biologist is a substance which is more or less opaque or visible, the protoplasm now conceived of as the material of the whole creation in its first state, when development is to begin, must, on the contrary, be altogether homogeneous and invisible. But none the less is it entitled to the name of protoplasm; may, it alone must be justly entitled to that name, for it is the first of created things, and, being the product of an Almighty Being, it must be altogether plastic in His hands. It can have no constitution of its own derived from itself; but must, so far as the finite can, with respect to the infinite, reflect, represent, embody, show forth His attributes and being. Still, there is limitation to this. Certain properties demands with regard to that which exists, with limited extension, in space, are inexorable. Macvicar reasons that with such limitations the primal substance of creation must be fully obedient or assimilated to the Creator - not in a transient manner, but permanently; and that in its nature the primal substance, the true protoplasm, must be an assimilative substance.

John Gibson Macvicar wrote:
If it be asked possibly out of one law, and such a one, there could arise anything like that endless variety which nature displays, the answer is, that the law operates between two limits, poles, or points of assimilation, which are entirely dissimilar, and by two processes simultaneously, analysis and synthesis, which are the opposites of each other. Hence it comes to pass that actual nature is a web, in which unity and multiplicity, identity and difference, are everywhere interwoven, and in such harmony that nature is everywhere beautiful.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
It is not necessary here to repeat the illustrations by which Macvicar seeks to demonstrate that existence is force - self-manifesting, or spontaneously radiant, so to speak, into that which is idea if there be a recipient of ideas, or a percipient of ideas; or more generally a percipient within, the sphere of its action. He does not prescribe any limits, in space, as to the extent of this manifesting power. Thus, it is one of the most certain facts in physics that every atom of this planet, nay, every atom of the planet Neptune, whose distance from the sun is thirty times as great as our distance, manifests itself to every atom of this planet - not, indeed, as a percept, but as the subject and the object of attraction or motion. Nay, by the aid of the ether, which is the grand medium whereby the self-manifesting power of being is enabled to take effect at a distance when no other being is interposed, the fixed stars manifests themselves at our planet, though their distances be inconceivably great. Distant objects acting like all objects assimilatively, assimilate the intervening ether and the optic apparatus to themselves, and thus render themselves perceptible.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Our cosmical law, the law of assimilation, must determine, if not the nature, at least the mode of action of this force - this self-manifesting power - for plainly this action must be assimilative. And that it is so, when giving rise to perception, is clearly and distinctly seen; for what is the perceiving of an object, but the mind, as a percipient, assimilating itself to that object? and what is the percept or remembrance of the object, which remains in the mind but the idea - that is, the assimilated symbol of the object, which, however, in consequence of the intrusion in the perception of the mind's own activity, and of other previously acquired ideas, as also the perceptive image is often very defective as a representation of the reality perceived? We may say that this self-manifesting power, which is thus the characteristic of all that exists, is the agency provided whereby the cosmical law of assimilation shall be realized, though the intimate nature of that agency remains, as now, wholly inscrutable. Nor can it be said to be physical until it is embodied in the ether. In that case, it is rhythmical, or undulatory, and formally representative of the object whence it emanates. But it is enough to know that the most intimate and ultimate property - the characteristic, in short, of that which exists - is self-manifesting power.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Of most things that exist, if not of all, let us say that they are capable of existing in either of two states - the dynamical or the statical - and that, when viewed as dynamical, they are force or power; when viewed as statical, they are substances.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Taking the law of assimilation as the cosmical law, together with self-manifesting power as the characteristic of being, we reach a primary classification of created objects, which corresponds with that which is known as mind and matter - or rather let us say mind and that which is not mind; for there is ground for the apprehension that mind and matter do not include all that exists; and that, along with matter, ether ought to be considered as something intimately related to matter indeed, but yet not just matter. When the elements of the ethereal medium are regarded as truly and simply material however small and light they may be, the elasticity and pressure which must be assigned to that medium in order to admit of the velocity of light, are altogether out of the harmony of things; and wholly incredible, especially when confronted with the phenomena and the theory of astronomy. Thus, to justify the velocity of light on the same principles as those of sound, in various material media, the ethereal pressure must be 122,400,000,000 times greater than that of the atmosphere.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
But what as to mind? To find what shall be called mind, let us suppose an individualized object which is not an isolated object, or a universe to itself, but a member in a system; then, in obedience to what has been stated, that object must be at once self-manifesting and impressed by the other objects around it, and, in being so impressed, assimilated to them more or less. Admitting the self-manifesting power to be sensitive, percipient, or conscious, then quantity or intensity of substance or power in a monad is the condition requisite for feeling and thought. And thus, by an immediate coordination of our fundamental ideas of self-manifesting power and assimilative action, more or less, we reach a distinct conception of mind viewed in relation with that which is not mind. By this deduction, the primeval created substance, the true protoplasm is still supposed to be homogeneous, animated by its assimilation to the everlasting the Infinite.

This protoplasm is partitioned in varying degrees so that there are in creation some individualized or separate objects or forces consisting of so small an amount or such weakness of substance that they are wholly fixed and merely perceptible, while there are others consisting of so much more that they are free in their inner life, and have power to perceive themselves also - not, indeed, in the centres of their being, and as unimpressed and without ideas, but as members in a system, impressed or assimilated by other objects and so having ideas, with power to look in this direction or that, and to act accordingly.

Such, then, according to Macvicar, is the nature of mind or spirit. It is a being so constituted as to be at once in possession of ideas, and so far fixed; and also in possession of undetermined life or activity, and so far free. These are, as it were, the opposite poles of its being, and the conditions of its activity. If either is wanting, the other vanishes. Without something fixed in the mind, some object of thought or feeling, there can be no thinking or feeling. Without something unfixed there can be nothing to think or to feel with, much less can there be any thinking or feeling of self - that is, self-consciousness.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
If all cosmical action is cyclical, matter, when existing free in the ether, must ultimately tend to dissolve into pure ether again; for, if the law of creation is as a cycle, in which, after development and as its fruit, the last term gives the first.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
In November 1884, Mr. Keely obtained a standard for progressive research in the success of an experiment, which he had tried many times before, without arriving at the result that his theories had led him to expect. One of those present, at the time that this test was made, afterwards wrote to Mr. Keely, to obtain an explanation of the dynamic force which had been witnessed, causing a small globe to rotate when two persons had taken hold of the rod together, with a firm grasp; one of whom was standing on a circular sheet of metal, from which piano wires stretched toward the globe, near enough to touch one of the plates of glass which insulated the ball. Mr. Keely replied, "I cannot describe it other than the receptive conclusion of the two forces, positive and negative, coming together, seeking their coincidents and thus producing rotation by harmonious waves, not streams. You ask if sound waves had anything to do with the motion of the globe? Nothing; the introductory settings are entirely different. The ball ceased to rotate when I took your left hand in my right hand, while with our other hands holding the iron rod resting on the metal plate, because the receptive flows became independent of the circular chord of resonation as set up mechanically. The power of rotation comes on the positive; and the power of negative breaks it up."

John Ernst Worrell Keely wrote:
My one desire has been the acquisition of knowledge; and, no matter how great the impediment thrown in my path, I will work without ceasing to attain my end.

John Ernst Worrell Keely wrote:
As soon as I have been able to combine all the positive and negative forces of etheric vibration in the triple vibratory sphere-engine that I am now at work upon in short, as soon as I have completed a perfect, patentable machine, then my labours will cease on the Motor line; and after my patents are taken out I will devote the remainder of my life to Aerial Navigation, for I have the only true system to make it an entire success in the vibratory lift and the vibratory push-process.

John Ernst Worrell Keely wrote:
I have had time for reflection, and I have been setting up a key to explain vibratory rotation. I have also a plan for a device to be attached to the Liberator as an indicator to show when the neutral centre is free from its intensification while operating. In this way the dangerous influences will be avoided which present themselves on the extension of the vibratory waves that operate the gun. All the introductory details of the present engine are as perfect as is possible for the first lead. It is in the form of a sphere, about thirty inches in diameter and weight 800 lbs. Yesterday saw the pure, positive action of my new Liberator. Mr. Collier and his brother George were present, and witnessed thirty expulsions, made by myself; after which I had them produce the vapour, by imitating my manipulations; which they were unable to do with the old generator.

John Ernst Worrell Keely wrote:
There are moments in which I feel that I can measure the very stars, which shine like Edens in planetary space; fit abodes for beings who have made it the study of their lives on earth to create peace and happiness for all around them. Is nature a mystery? No, God is in nature. I do not believe in the line, 'God moves in a mysterious way His wonders to perform.' In my estimation. He moves in a very plain and simple way, if we will open our hearts to the understanding of His way. To the man who cannot appreciate the workings of nature, chemically and otherwise, God's ways may appear mysterious; but when he comes to know nature's works he will find simplicity itself in its highest order of expression.

John Ernst Worrell Keely wrote:
Yesterday (May 20, 1885) was a day of trials and disappointments. It seemed as if nothing would work right. After labouring six hours to set my safety process, the first operation of the Liberator tore the caps all to pieces. I replaced them by a set of duplicates and set the Liberator down to the low octaves, when everything worked to a charm. Night was approaching and I left the workshop to get something to eat, returning about eight o'clock to re-conduct experiments, in order to discover if possible the cause of the sudden and most unexpected intensification. I followed up with great care the progressive lines until I reached the tenth octave and then liberated a score of times, yet no variation on liberator. Next, I made an attachment to my safety arrangement, and also to my strongest resonator to experiment on vibratory rotation with my shell; when, within two minutes, it attained a frightful velocity: then I suddenly retracted to the negative, bringing the velocity down from about 1500 per minute to 150. The operation was magnificent, lasting sixty-four minutes, when a second intensification took place, demolishing two safety-shells and one vibratory indicator. I was perfectly dumbfounded, and unable to account for such a phenomenon. It was then near midnight, but I had made up my mind not to discontinue until I had solved the mystery. After an hour's reflection, I set up a new position on the resonating wave plates in the forty resonating circuit on the base of liberator; and got a result which for purity of uniformity surpassed all experiments that I have ever made. I believe I have now struck the root of this difficulty, and that I shall be able to master it; and obtain continuity of action with perfect rotation.

John Ernst Worrell Keely wrote:
I am in a perfect sea of mental and physical strain intensified in anticipation of the near approach of final and complete success, and bombarded from all points of the compass by demands and inquiries; yet, in my researches, months pass as minutes.

John Ernst Worrell Keely wrote:
My researches teach me that electricity is but a certain condensed form of atomic vibration, a form showing only the introductory features which precede the etheric vibratory condition. It is a modulated force so conditioned, in its more modest flows, as to be susceptible of benefit to all organisms. Though destructive to a great degree in its explosive positions, it is the medium by which the whole system of organic nature is permeated beneficially; transfusing certain forms of inert matter with life-giving principles. It is to a certain degree and effluence of divinity; but only as the branch is to the tree. We have to go far beyond this condition to reach the pure etheric one, or the body of the tree. The Vibratory Etheric tree has many branches, and electricity is but one of them.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
When the ether flows from a tube, its negative centre represents molecular sub-division, carrying interstitially (or between its molecules) the lowest order of liberated ozone. This is the first order of ozone and is wonderfully refreshing and vitalizing to those who breathe it. The second order, or atomic separation, releases a much higher grade of ozone; in fact, too pure for inhalation, as it produces insensibility. The third order, or etheric, is the one that has been (though attended with much danger to the operator) utilized by Keely in his carbon register to produce the circuit of high vibration that breaks up the molecular magnetism which is recognized as cohesion.

The acceleration of these orders is governed by the introductory impulse on a certain combination of vibratory chords, arranged for this purpose in the instrument, with which Keely dissociates the elements of water; and which he calls a liberator.

    In molecular dissociation one fork of 620 is used, setting the chords on the first octave.

    In atomic separation, two forks: one of 620 and one of 630 per second; setting the chords on the second octave.

    In the etheric three forks: one of 620, one of 630, and one of 12,000, setting the chords on the third octave.

John Ernst Worrell Keely wrote:
My first system is the one which requires introductory mediums of differential gravities, air and water, to induce disturbance of equilibrium on the liberation of vapour, which only reached the inter-atomic position and was held there by the submersion of the molecular and atomic leads in the 'generator' I then used. It was impossible with these mediums to go beyond the atomic with this instrument; and I could not dispense with the water until my liberator was invented, nor reach the maximum of the full line of vibration. My first system embraces liberator engine and gun.

My second system of dissociation I consider complete, as far as the liberator of the ether is concerned, but not sufficiently complete, as yet, in its devices for indicating and governing the vibratory etheric circuit, to make it a safe medium.

My third system embraces aerial and submarine navigation. The experimental sphere intended to test the combination of the positive and negative rotation is nearly completed.

John Ernst Worrell Keely wrote:
The work on the vibratory engine is progressing rapidly. I spend an hour or two every day at the shop where my work is being done, examining every part of it critically as it is being put together. The safety arrangements which I am having attached to my liberator will greatly improve it. Its operation will now be conducted with a gum bulb instead of a violin bow, the pressure of which gives the introductory chord of impulse that vitalizes the whole machine. The chords will all be set in progressive sympathy from the first octave to the fortieth.

John Ernst Worrell Keely wrote:
I have been writing out some of my theories as to sound and odour. These two subjects have intensified me considerably of late, on account of the peculiar position they occupy in their lines of sub-division; as also the peculiar laws that govern them in their dissemination. I see the time approaching when I will be able to write up my system of the true philosophy of nature's grandest force and have at my control the proper apparatus to analyze and demonstrate all the progressive links of transmittive sympathy from the crude molecular to the high etheric.

John Ernst Worrell Keely wrote:
The setting up of the circles for computing the different lines of etheric chords, in setting the vibratory conditions for continuity, requires close study. I feel convinced that a perfect solution of my difficulties will follow when this part of the work has been completed; and that, before many weeks have passed, a revelation will be unfolded that will startle the world; a revelation, so simple in its character, that the physicists will stand aghast, and perhaps feel humiliated by the nature of their efforts in the past to solve certain problems.

I find my chief trouble in chording up the masses of the different parts composing the negative centres. The negative centre is included in the one-third volume of shell or sphere, starting from the neutral axis or point of suspension. This point of suspension only becomes perfect when the rotation is established on the sphere. One hundred revolutions per minute is all the velocity required to neutralize the gravity of the central third with the velocity of the vibratory circuit at one hundred thousand per second.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
What is etheric force? the inquirer asks. It is the soul of nature. It is the primal force from which all the forces of nature spring.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Newton said that this subtle ether penetrates through all, even the hardest bodies, and is concealed in their substance. Through the strength and activity of this spirit, bodies attract each other, and adhere together when brought into contact. In it, and by it, distance is annihilated, and all objects touch each other. Through this "life spirit" light also flows, and is refracted and reflected, and warms bodies. Through it we are connected in sympathy with all other souls, and all the objects of nature, even to all the heavenly bodies. The word ether is from aiqw - to light up or kindle. According to Pythagoras and all the oldest philosophers, it was viewed as a divine luminous principle or substance, which permeates all things, and, at the same time, contains all things. They called it the astral light. The Germans call it the Weltgeist, the breath of the Father, the Holy Ghost, the life-principle.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
The sheet-anchor of Keely's philosophy is, in the words of Hooker, one power, ever present, ever ruling, neglecting not the least, not quailing before the greatest: the lowest not excluded from its care, nor the highest exempted from its dominion. A power that presents itself to us as a force: the one force in nature thrilling to its deepest heart, and flowing forth responsive to every call. A power which does all things, and assumes all forms; which has been called electricity in the storm, heat in the fire, magnetism in the iron bar, light in the taper, but ever one grand reality, one all-embracing law. Cosmical law at the fountain-head, suggesting that, as the Creator Himself is only one in substance, so also, primarily, will the creation be, to which He awards existence.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
The existence of the universal ether is now affirmed again, and must be affirmed, as one of the most elementary facts in physical science. Sir J. F. Herschel asserts that, supposing the other to be analogous to other elastic media, an amount of it equal in quantity of matter to that which is contained in a cubic inch of air (which weighs about one-third of a grain), if enclosed in a cube of one inch in the side, would exert a bursting power of upwards of seventeen billions of pounds on each side of the cube, while common air exerts only fifteen pounds. It should not, therefore, be surprising to those who have witnessed the manifestations of etheric force, as exhibited by Keely in producing a pressure ranging from 8000 to 30,000 pounds to the square inch, when modern scientists support Herschel's views, as they do, unhesitatingly; rather should they be surprised at the marvelous perseverance which has kept Keely, in the face of every discouragement, true to his inspired mission; conquering every difficulty, surmounting every obstacle, and turning his mistakes into stepping-stones which have helped him to attain the goal he has, from the start, aimed at reaching-viz. the utilizing in mechanics of the power he discovered many years ago. Before the grandeur and glory of such an attainment, all things had to give way. Like a General who sees the fortress looming up in the distance which he must take to complete his victory, his horse's hoofs trampling the dead and dieing in his path, so has this discoverer and inventor been unmindful of all that lay between him and his goal. Taking for his key-note of his experiments, in applying inter-molecular vapour to the running of an engine, that all the movements of elastic elements are rhythmical, he has had problems to solve which needed the full measure of inspiration he has received before he could attain that degree of success which he has now reached.



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PostSubject: Re: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Mon Feb 12, 2018 1:24 am

The book "Keely & His Discoveries" is a worthwhile read if you want to study more about John Keely and his work. It seems most people who speak of John Keely know very little about his history, the timeline of events that transpired, or the monumental discoveries this man identified in his lifetime.

Rarely do I say this, but this guy (John Keely) was ahead of his time. In the future I see the foundation of his work being publicly implemented in technology used in our day-to-day lives, all based on the principles he re-discovered, successfully identified, and most of all understood.


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Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:


    All we can dream of loveliness within,
    All ever hoped for by a will intense,
    This shall one day be palpable to sense,
    And earth at last become to heaven akin.


These four lines, from Robert Browning's sonnet on Keely's discoveries, read like an inspired insight into that "Age of Harmony," which interpreters of scripture prophecies anticipate the twentieth century will usher into our world; recalling Shakespeare's seeming knowledge, before Harvey's discovery even, of the circulation of the blood. "All truth is inspired."

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Not long ago a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Major Ricard-Seaver, went to Philadelphia to convince himself as to the nature of Keely's discovery. He returned, saying that Keely was working with, and had the apparent command over forces, the nature, or even the very existence, of which was absolutely unknown to him, and, so far as he is aware, to modern science.

"Beyond disintegration lies dispersion, and Keely can just as easily disperse the atoms of matter as disintegrate its molecules. Disperse them into what? Well, into ether, apparently; into the hypothetical substratum which modern scientists have postulated, and about whose nature they know absolutely nothing but what they invent themselves, but which to Keely is not hypothesis, but a fact as real as his own shoes; and which ether, indeed, seems to be 'the protoplasm of all things.' As to the 'law of gravity,' it appears in the light of Keely's experiments, but one manifestation of a law of very much wider application - a law which provides for the reversion of the process of attraction in the shape of a process of repulsion."

While Major Ricarde-Seaver, F.R.S., was in Philadelphia, Keely, by means of a belt and certain appliances which he wore upon his person, moved single-handed, a 500 horse power vibratory engine from one part of his shop to another. There was not a scratch on the floor, and astounded engineers declared that they could not have moved it without a derrick, the operation of which would have required the removal of the roof of the shop. Of course it is but a step in advance of this to construct a machine which, when polarized with a 'negative attraction,' will rise from the earth and move under the influence of an etheric current at the rate of 500 miles an hour, in any given direction. This is, in fact, Keely's 'air-ship.'

John Ernst Worrell Keely wrote:
I console myself by thinking that if they were not ignorant of the grand truths which I am devoting my life to develop into a system, they could never bring forward such an absurd charge. Perpetual motion is against nature, and it is only by following nature's laws that I can ever hope to reach the goal I am aiming to reach.

Joseph Leidy wrote:
After having had the opportunity of witnessing a series of experiments made by Mr. John Keely, illustrative of a reputed new motor power, it has appeared to me that he has fairly demonstrated the discovery of a force previously unknown to science. I have no theory to account for the phenomena observed, but I believe Mr. Keely to be honest in his attempt to explain them. His demonstrations appear to indicate great mechanical power, which, when applied to appropriate machinery, must supersede all ordinary appliances.

James Wilcox wrote:
After having witnessed, on several occasions and under favorable circumstances, Mr. Keely's experiments in what he terms sympathetic vibration, I am satisfied that he has made new and important demonstrations in physical science. He has made manifest the existence of natural forces that cannot be explained by any known physical laws, and has shown that he possesses over them a very considerable control.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
In demonstrating what seems to be the overcoming of gravity for aerial navigation, Mr. Keely used a model for an air-ship, weighing about eight pounds, which, when the differentiated wire of silver and platinum was attached to it, communicating with the sympathetic transmitter, rose, descended, or remained stationary midway, the motions as gentle as that of thistledown floating in the air.

The experiment illustrating "chord of mass" sympathy was repeated, using a glass chamber, forty inches in height, filled with water, standing on a slab of glass. Three metal spheres, weighing about six ounces each, rested on the glass floor of the chamber. The chord of mass of these spheres was B flat first octave; E flat second octave, and B flat third octave. Upon sounding the note B flat on the sympathetic transmitter, the sphere having that chord of mass rose slowly to the top of the chamber; the positive end of the wire having been attached, which connected the covered jar with the transmitter. The same result followed the sound of the note in sympathy with the chord of mass of the other spheres, all of which descended as gently as they rose, upon changing the positive to the negative.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
The experiments on the 12th closed with the disintegration of water, twelve drops of which we saw dropped, drop by drop, into the small sphere attached to the disintegrator after exhausting the air by suction. A pressure of over 20,000 pounds to the square inch was shown to the satisfaction of all present, and when Mr. Willcox accepted Mr. Keely's invitation to take a seat on the arm of the lever, adding his 260 pounds to the weight, applause broke forth. Mr. Keely showed control of the ether, interatomic subdivision, by graduating the escape of the residue, as he allowed it to discharge itself with a noise like the rushing of steam to an expulsion as gentle as the breathings of an infant. The three subdivisions acted simultaneously, showing instantaneous association and dissociation. The sympathetic globe was operated upon, 120 revolutions a second, ceasing the instant that the wire was detached.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
From the time in which it was made known to Keely that the same principle underlies harmonies and the motion of heavenly bodies, as announced by Pythagoras, his grasping intellect conceived the idea that planetary bodies have a nerve-system, subject to conditions which govern it and keep it under control, just as our human mechanism is controlled by the law which governs its operation. In Keely's theories all is mechanical in nature. A molecule of steel, a molecule of gas, a molecule of brain matter are all of the one primeval substance - the Ether.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
The instrument devised by Mr. Keely for bringing the air-ship under control in its ascent and descent, consists of a row of bars, like the keys of a piano, representing the enharmonic and the diatonic conditions. These bars range from 0 to 100. At 50 Mr. Keely thinks the progress of the vessel ought to be about 500 miles an hour. At 100 gravity resumes its control. If pushed to that speed it would descend like a rifle-ball to the earth. There is no force known so safe to use as the polar flow if, as Mr. Keely thinks, that, when the conditions are once set up, they remain for ever, with perpetual molecular action as the result, until the machinery wears out. In the event of meeting a cyclone, the course of the vessel, he teaches, can be guided so as to ascend above the cyclone by simply dampening a certain proportion of these vibratory bars.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
In the economy of nature profit and loss must balance in mechanical conditions; but Keely is not dealing with mechanical physics. There is an immense difference between vibratory physics, in which field Keely is researching, and mechanical physics. The consumption of coal to expand water for the production of steam power, in the operation of engines, cannot be compared to a force which is yielded in sympathetic vibration or by sympathetic flows. In mechanical physics, no matter what the nature of the force may be, its productions must necessarily be accompanied by a corresponding expenditure of force in some form or other. The amount of force covered by a human volition cannot be measured, yet it produces the wonderful effects that are exhibited on the human frame in its overt actions. Something like this is the difference between sympathetical and mechanical force. The force of will cannot be multiplied by mechanical means, making it give pound for pound. This would annihilate both the mental and the physical, were it possible.

In his researches, Mr. Keely, who is dealing entirely with vibratory sympathetic and polar flows, is hopeless in regard to convincing the scientific world of the value of his discoveries until he has compelled its attention by commercial success. To the question "What does the supply cost in dollars and cents, per horse-power developed?" he answers, "It costs nothing more after the machinery is made, than the vibratory concordant impulse which associates it with the polar stream." The twanging of a taut string, the agitation of a tuning fork, as associated with the resonating condition of sympathetic transmitter, is all that is necessary to induce the connective link, and to produce this "costless motive power." As long as the transmitter is in sympathy with the sympathetic current of the triune polar stream, the action of the sympathetic instrument or engine continues."

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Macvicar said that "if extreme vicissitudes of belief on the part of men of science are evidences of uncertainty, it may be affirmed that of all kinds of knowledge none is more uncertain than science;" but slow as mankind in the progress of discoveries bearing upon unknown laws of nature, men of science are still slower in recognizing truths after they have been discovered and demonstrated. Two centuries elapsed between the discoveries of Pythagoras and their revival by Copernicus. Tycho Brahe opposed the Pythagorean system until his death; Galileo, adopting it and demonstrating it in all its purity, suffered for his support of it at the hands of bigots. And so history now repeats itself. Were it possible to convince scientists en masse of the grandeur of Keely's work, they would protect him from the interruptions and lawsuits which have so retarded his progress that now it looks very much as though he would never be permitted to complete his system. The world is full of inventors, but there is but one man able to unfold, to this age and generation, the wonderful mysteries attendant upon vibratory physics, while there are thousands who, when a mastery of the principle has been gained, can invent machinery to apply it to commercial uses.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
As a suggestion to those interested in psychological researches I will mention that Keely has copied nature in all his instruments from the Vibrophone, which is fashioned after the human ear, up to the Disintegrator, in which the neutral center represents the human heart. With the system which Keely is unfolding to us we may well say, with Buckle, "A vast and splendid career lies before us, which it will take many ages to complete. As we surpass our fathers, so will our children surpass us. Waging against the forces of nature what has too often been a precarious, unsteady, and unskilled warfare, we have never yet put forth the whole of our strength, and have never united all our faculties against our common foe. We have, therefore, been often worsted, and have sustained many and grievous reverses. But, even so, such is the elasticity of the human mind, such is the energy of that immortal and godlike principle which lives within us, that we are baffled without being discouraged, our very defeats quickening our resources, and we may hope that our descendants, benefiting by our failures, will profit by our example, and that for them is reserved that last and decisive stage of the great conflict between man and nature, in which advancing from success to success, fresh trophies will be constantly won; every struggle issuing in a conquest, and every battle ending in a victory."

The force discovered by Keely - no, the force revealed to him - will rule the earth with an influence mighty in the interests of humanity. The completion of his system for science and commercial will usher in the dawning of a new era.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
A discussion has recently been carried on in one of our Reviews, as to whether the energy which feeds the magnet comes from the atmosphere, from gravity, from solar rays, or from earth currents. Nothing is more simple than Keely's explanation, as proved by his demonstrations. The energy of the magnet comes from the polar stream; and, though the introductory impulse is so slight that it cannot be weighed any more than can the flow of the mind, yet, if kept up for years, it could not be computed by billions of tons in its effect. The magnet that lifts pounds to-day, if the lead of the armature is gradually increased day by day, will lift double the amount in time. Whence comes this energy? Keely teaches that it comes from sympathetic association with one of the triune currents of the polar stream, and that its energy will increase as long as sympathetic flows last, which is through eternity.

The physicist tells you that "you cannot make something out of nothing;" that "in the economy of nature profit and loss must balance;" that "no matter what the nature of the force may be, its production must necessarily be accompanied by a corresponding expenditure of force in some form or other," etc., etc. But, in the prodigality of nature, this energy flows, without measure and without price, from the great storehouse of the Infinite Will. From the sympathetic portion of the etheric field, all visible aggregations of matter emanate, and on the same order that molecular masses of all living organisms are vitalized by the sympathetic flow from the brain.

"Our most learned men," said Buckle, "know not what magnetism is, nor electricity, nor gravity, nor cohesion, nor force." Keely shows us, by mechanical means, what magnetism is. By neutralizing or overcoming gravity, be proves to us that he understands its nature; electricity he declares to be a certain form of atomic vibration; and, in the disintegrator of quartz, he demonstrates that cohesive force, like gravity, is an ever-existing force, holding together all molecular masses by the infinite velocity of its vibrations; which, were these vibrations to cease for one instant, would fall apart, molecules and atoms, and return to the ether in which they originated.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Theosophy interprets the often-quoted Scripture passage of "the seven Spirits which are before His throne" as the cosmical, creative, sustaining, and world-governing potencies, the principle of which God avails Himself as His instruments, organs, and media. This is what the Kabbala implies with its seven "Sephiroth," what Schelling means by the "potencies," or principles in the inner life of God; and it is by their emergence, separation, and tension that they become cosmical potencies. If we stop short at these general considerations, this is precisely the idea of Theosophy. When it is asked what special activities are to be ascribed to each of the seven Spirits, striving to apprehend more closely the uncreated potencies through which the Deity works in its manifestation, and to which Scripture itself makes unmistakable allusion, revelation is silent, intimating only by veiled suggestions. It is here that Theosophy leads the way to the open book of Nature: the title-page of which we have only begun to turn.

Theosophy, says Bishop Martensen, signifies wisdom in God: "Church Theology is not wise in assuming a hostile attitude towards Theosophy, because it hereby deprives itself of a most valuable leavening influence, a source of renewal and rejuvenescence, which Theology so greatly needs, exposed as it is to the danger of stagnating in barren and dreary scholasticism and cold and trivial criticism. In such a course no real progress can be made in the Christian apprehension of truth." Jacob Bohme, who was the greatest and most famous of all theosophists in the world, said of philosophers and other disputants who attack not only Theosophy but also theology, and even Christianity itself, in the name of modern science: "Every spirit sees no further than its mother, out of which it has its original, and wherein it stands; for it is impossible for any spirit, in its own natural power to look into another principle, and behold it, except it be regenerated therein." This is what Christ taught: "Ye must be born again." Only those who are regenerated, by the principle of which Christ spoke to Nicodemus, can understand the quickening of the Spirit which comes alone from Him who gives this new birth to all who seek it, and in whom all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge are hidden: "hidden, not in order that they may remain secret, but in order that they may ever increasingly be made manifest and appropriated by us."

Jacob Bohme, who was born in 1575, "brought to the earth" an idea which, three centuries later, is developing into a system of pure philosophy, that promises to "cover the earth with wisdom and understanding in the deep mysteries of God." Bohme gave birth to an idea. Keely is giving birth to a system. Both are exceedingly imperfect in the expression of their views; yet in points of detail each possesses a firm dialectical grip.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
The idea of the one and the system of the other teach that when Nature is affirmed in God it is in a figurative and symbolical sense - that it is, in comparison with what we call nature, something infinitely more subtle and super-material than matter; that it is the source of matter; a plenitude of living forces and energies. This system teaches, as Waterdale has expressed it, "the existence of a Great Almighty, as being in virtue of the perfect organization of the universe, even as the existence of man is incidental to the organic structure of his body;" and that the attribute of omniscience is represented by "the perfect conveyance of signs of atomic movement in vibratory action through the length and breadth of our universe."

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
No one can say from what part of the sky will appear the star of this new redemption. The one thing certain is that the shepherds and the Magi will be once more the first to perceive it, that the germ of it is already formed, and that if we were able to see the present with the eyes of the future, we should be able to distinguish, in the complication of the hour, the imperceptible fibre which will bear life for the future. It is amid putrefaction that the germ of future life is developed, and no one has the right to say, "This is a rejected stone," for that stone may be the corner-stone of the future edifice. Human nature is without reproach, continues Renan, and proceeds toward the perfect by means of forms successively and diversely imperfect. All the ideas which primitive science had formed of the world appear narrow, trivial, and ridiculous to us after that which progressive research has proven to be true. The fact is that science has only destroyed her dreams of the past, to put in their stead a reality a thousand times superior; but were science to remain what it is, we should have to submit to it while cursing it, for it has destroyed and not builded up again; it has awakened man from a sweet sleep without smoothing the reality to him.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Latent force is accumulated and held in interstitial space by corpuscular aggregation, otherwise the progressive disintegration of water could not induce increased volume and pressure.

The latent force liberated from liquids and gases differs from that liberated from metals in that it is elastic, giving an infinite variety of pressure, whereas in the metals, vibration simply extends the range of neutral sympathetic attraction without corpuscular rupture as it reaches out for concordance in the sympathizer.

This sympathetic latent power is held by the incalculable velocity of the molecular etheric capsule and the atomic etheric capsule, which rotate at billions of times per second, in interstitial corpuscular aggregation.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Imagine a magnified molecule twelve inches in diameter, having an atmospheric envelope 1/16th in. thick, rotating at the same relative velocity as the etheric envelope of the actual molecule. The very lowest estimate of its velocity is 600,000 miles per second which would be impenetrable to a steel pointed projectile moving with the greatest velocity we can give to it. A rotating envelope such as this would hermetically enclose an internal pressure of several thousands of pounds per square inch, especially when we consider that the ether, unlike the atmospheric film which has inertia and consequently centrifugal force, has centripetal force or neutral attraction in direct proportion to its velocity. This is the explanation of the wonderful pressures evolved by aqueous disintegration, which have been measured on a lever specially built for this purpose, strong enough to stand three times the explosive power of gunpowder. The evolution of power from the latent condition in interstitial space by the proper exciters in all its multiplicity of forms proves the "connecting link" between the celestial and terrestrial, the infinite and the finite.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
It has been said that there is nothing more sublime in the history of mind than the lonely struggles which generate and precede success. After the admission made by Professor Rucker, M.A., at the last meeting of the British Association, that the ether may be "the material of which all matter is composed," and that "we may, perhaps, be able to use and control the ether as we now and control steam," there would seem to be ground for hoping that Keely's lonely and prolonged struggles to utilize in mechanics the ether product which he obtains from his method of dissociating the elements of water, will be more universally recognized and appreciated than they have yet been. Discovery may be unsought and instantaneous, but the inventions for utilizing discoveries may be, and generally are, the work of years.

Keely first imprisoned the ether in 1872, when its existence was denied; or, if admitted by a few, it was called "the hypothetical ether." In 1888, Professor Henri Hertz discovered and announced, in the Revue des Feux Mondes, that the ether is held in a state of bondage in all electro-magnetic engines. Not until this fact had been made known, were there any scientific men, with one notable exception, who were willing to admit it was possible that Keely might also have "stumbled over" the manner of effecting its imprisonment.

C.G. Till wrote:
In Keely's early struggles, somewhere about twenty years ago, I became acquainted with him, and helped him then to the best of my ability. Indeed I may say that I was godfather to his discovery; for I was with him when the idea first entered his head that he could combine steam and water to run an engine. At that time he made a crude machine, which he actually ran for some time; and this was the original model of the Pneumatic-Pulsating-Vacuo-Engine, in the operation of which he discovered his present force. From that day to this he has been in pursuit of some method as a medium to use what he calls his etheric force with. That he has actually discovered a new force there is not a shadow of doubt. In those days I have known him to sell and pawn everything of value in his house to obtain means to continue his investigation with the money thus acquired; and I am sure that he will eventually give to the world the greatest boon that has been received by it since the advent of Christianity.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
It has been very generally thought that Keely is pursuing the ignis fatuus of perpetual motion. No greater mistake could have been made. The genuineness of his claims as a discoverer rests upon a correct answer to the question, "Is hydrogen gas an element or a compound?"

Science, as Herodotus said, is to know things truly; but science tells us that hydrogen is a simple, that the atom is not divisible, and that latent energy is not locked in the interstitial spaces of all forms of matter from their birth or aggregation. Keely's system of Vibratory Physics refutes these canons of science. How absurd must seem the idea to many that the schools can be wrong, and that Keely, who has been branded by some of these schools as an impostor, should be right: but time will show whether Keely's discoveries have "come to stay." The history of the past shows us that science has never been infallible; that like Christianisty she unfolds her truths progressively. Keely teaches that unknown potency is held in the atom's tenacious grasp, until released by an introductory impulse given by a certain order of vibration, depending upon the mass chord of the aggregation; which impulse so increases the oscillation of the atoms as to rupture their etheric capsules. All great truths hold germs potential of ever-increasing growth. It took half a century for the "Principia" of Newton to overcome the contempt that was showered upon it; and now progressive science is overshadowing Newton's vast attainments. In his giant mind was born the hypothesis that the ether is the cause of light and gravity. Keely has been teaching for years, that ether is the medium of all force. For every effect science requires an efficient cause. Hence, when Faraday found no definite knowledge in exact science to satisfy him on certain points he was led into speculative science, or the preliminary reaching after truths which we feel must exist by reason of certain effects that come under our observation, analogous to already known laws:- "reduced facts lie behind us; speculative ones lie before us;" and without these latter science could make no progress. Faraday was only speculating when he said: "Thus either present elements are the true elements; or else there is the probability before us of obtaining some more high and general power of nature even than electricity; and which, at the same time, might reveal to us an entirely new grade of elements of matter, now hidden from our view and almost from our suspicion."

Faraday's keen perception and acute practical judgment, were never better exemplified than in Keely's discovery of Negative Attraction; the laws governing which he is still researching; theorizing that it is the energy which controls the planetary masses in their advance toward each other, and in their recession from each other,- the energy which lifts the seas and the oceans out of their beds, and replaces them once in twenty-four hours; in other words, explaining the mystery of the action of gravity.

John Ernst Worrell Keely wrote:
I shall not forestall an unproved conclusion, but fight step by step the dark paths I am exploring, knowing that, should I succeed in proving one single fact in science heretofore unknown, I shall in so doing be rewarded in the highest degree. In whatever direction the human mind travels it comes quickly to a boundary line which it cannot pass. There is a knowable field of research, bordered by an unknown tract. My experience teaches me how narrow in the strip of territory which belongs to the knowable, how very small the portion that has been traversed and taken possession of. The further we traverse this unknown territory, the stronger will become our faith in the immovable order of the world; for, at each advancing step, we find fresh fruits of the immutable laws that reign over all things - from the falling apple, up to the thoughts, the words, the deeds, the will of man: and we find these laws irreversible and eternal, order and method reigning throughout the universe. Some details of this universal method have been worked up, and we know them by the names of 'gravitation,' 'chemical affinity,' 'nerve-power,' etc. These material certainties are as sacred as moral certainties.

The nearest approaches to a certainty is made through harmony with nature's laws. The surest media are those which nature has laid out in her wonderful workings. The man who deviates from these paths will suffer the penalty of a defeat, as is seen in the record of 'perpetual motion' seekers. I have been classed with such dreamers; but I find consolation in the thought that it is only by those men who are utterly ignorant of the great and marvellous truths which I have devoted my life to demonstrate and to bring within reach of all. I believe the time is near at hand when the principles of etheric evolution will be established, and when the world will be eager to recognize and accept a system that will certainly create a revolution for the highest benefits of mankind, inaugurating an era undreamed of by those who are now ignorant of the existence of this etheric force.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
At the present time Keely is concentrating his efforts on the perfecting of his mechanical conditions to that point where, according to his theories, he will be able to establish, on the ninths, a sympathetic affinity with pure, polar, negative attraction, minus magnetism. In his own opinion he has so nearly gained the summit, or completion of his "graduation," as to feel that he holds the key to the control of the infinitely tenuous conditions which lie before him to be conquered, before he gains mastery of the group of depolar disks that he is now working upon. Twenty-six groups are completed, and when the twenty-seventh and last group is under equal control, Keely expects to establish a circuit of vibratory force, for running machinery: both for aerial navigation and for terrestrial use.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
In commercial use Keely expects that when the motion has been once set up, in any of his machines, it will continue until the material is worn out. It is this claim which has caused Keely to be classed with perpetual motion seekers.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
If Keely is able to establish his theories, physical science will have to abandon the positions to which she clings, and forced to admit that there exists a purity of conditions in Vibratory Physics unknown in mechanical physics, undreamed of even in philosophy; for he will then be in a position to demonstrate the outflow of the Infinite mind as sympathetically associated with matter visible and invisible.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Although Keely has not instructed anyone in his method of disintegrating water, to obtain the ether, which he uses as the medium of the polar force, he does not withhold the principle by which he obtains it. Sir John Herschell said, "There is a principle in the science of music that has yet to be discovered." Pythagoras taught that the principle which underlies the harmonies of music, underlies the motion of the heavenly bodies.

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Dugald Carmichael Ramsay wrote:
Mr. Keely begins with sounds whose vibrations can be known and registered. I presume that the laws of ratio, position, duality, and continuity, all the laws which go to mould the plastic air by plastic bodies into the sweetness of music, will also be found ruling and determining all in the high silence of interior vibrations, which hold together or shake asunder the combinations that we call atoms and ultimate elements.

Daniel Garrison Brinton wrote:
The fundamental conception of the Universe is force manifesting itself in rhythmical relations. This definition is exhaustive, including both thought and extension, matter and mind. The law for the one is the law for the other. The distinction between them is simply relative, i.e. quantitative, not qualitative.

The rhythmical relations in which force acts are everywhere, under all conditions, and at all times, the same. They are found experimentally to be universally expressible by the mathematical relations of thirds.

These threefold relations may be expressed with regard to their results as:

    I. Assimilative
    II. Individualizing.
    III. Dominant or Resultant.

Daniel Garrison Brinton wrote:
From these three actions are derived the three fundamental Laws Of Being:

    I. Law of Assimilation: every individualized object assimilates itself to all other objects.
    II. Law of Individualization: every such object tends to assimilate all other objects to itself.
    III. Law of the Dominant: every such object is such by virtue of the higher or dominant force which controls these two tendencies.

Daniel Garrison Brinton wrote:
Applying these fundamental laws to an explanation of the universe, as it is brought to human cognition, all manifestations of force may be treated as modes of vibrations.

The essential differences give rise to three modes of vibration:

    I. The Radiating: called also the "Dispersing," the "Propulsive," the "Positive," and the "Enharmonic."
    II. The Focalizing: called also the "Negative," the "Negative Attractive," the "Polarizing," and the "Harmonic."
    III. The Dominant: called also the "Etheric," or the "Celestial."


These, it will be noted, correspond to the three laws of being. It is not to be understood that any one of these three modes of vibration can exist independently. Each by itself is called a "current," and all three must be present in every "stream" or "flow" of force. The relations of the currents in every flow are expressible in thirds, and it is experimentally demonstrable that the relations of the three are in the order named: as 33 1/3 : 66 2/3 : 100.

Daniel Garrison Brinton wrote:
The evolution of what is called "matter" from the different modes of vibration is through the action of the second law, that of focalization, or "negative attraction," or "negative affinity."

Where the vibrations under this mode meet, and are maintained in a state of mutual affinity or equilibrium, there is established what is called a "neutral center," or, as otherwise expressed, "a center of sympathetic coincidence."

The terms "neutral attraction," "neutral affinity," "negative attraction," or "polar negative attraction," are employed to express the property of a mode of vibration to direct its components towards such centre.

Daniel Garrison Brinton wrote:
As no current of flow of force can be composed of one mode of vibration only, but must always be composed of three modes uniting in varying thirds, we have 1 x 2 x 3 = 6 as the total possible forms of sympathetic coincidence, or, to speak in ordinary terms, there can be six; and six only, possible forms of individualized being. These are what Keely calls the six orders of atomic subdivision, or orders of vibratory motion, and he names them as follows:

    I. Molecular.
    II. Intermolecular.
    III. atomic.
    IV. Interatomic.
    V. Etheric.
    VI. Interetheric.


In this list the forms of matter are arranged in the mathematical sequence of the rapidity of the oscillations of their constituent members; the proportion being proved by experiment to be as follows: for the molecular orders:

    1 : 3 : 9 : 27 : 81 : 243.


This arithmetical progression changes in the atomic orders to a geometrical progression as folows:

    3 : 9 : 81 : 6561 : 43046721, etc.


This same method of progression is believed to hold in all the orders of vibrations above the molecular, and soon passes into mathematical infinity.

Daniel Garrison Brinton wrote:
Actually, however, all matter of which we are capable of cognition through the medium of our senses is in one of three forms of aggregation:

    I. Molecular
    II. Atomic.
    III. Etheric.


in each of which the controlling mode of vibration is respectively,

    I. The Enharmonic.
    II. The Harmonic.
    III. The Dominant.


But it must be understood that each of these modes is a positive and real constituent of every atom and molecule.

Daniel Garrison Brinton wrote:
It will be seen that as every form of material aggregation is to be considered as a "neutral center of attraction," where the vibratory force of all three orders are held in "sympathetic coincidence," that is, in balanced activity or harmonized motion, and not by any means cancelled or mutually destroyed, there is no diminution of force, but only temporary suspension of its radiating or propulsive activity or expression.

This is the foundation of Keely's doctrine of "latent force," and of the indefinite power which can be obtained by breaking up the harmonious balance or equation of forces of every mode, which exists in every "neutral center," that is to say in every mass of matter.

Insomuch as every mass of matter consists thus, in fact, of vibrations in harmonic equilibrium, related by simple proportions of thirds, it follows that every mass of every description stands in harmonic relations to every other mass. This is, in part, what is meant by the sympathy of all forms of matter and of motion; and it is through the study of the methods of increasing or diminishing this sympathy that we reach practical results in this field of research. At present this is best accomplished by resonance; that is, through the harmonic vibrations created by musical instruments, bringing out the acoustic world as the microscope reveals the hidden visual world.

Daniel Garrison Brinton wrote:
Every visible or tangible mass of matter must be regarded as an aggregation of molecules; the molecules being the true centres of the equated forces of "neutralized attraction."

These molecules have been experimentally proved by Keely to be formed of all three modes of vibration; the proof being that they respond to all three modes when subjected to the tests of compound concordant impulses.

When in that state of neutral aggregation which we know as matter, each molecule is in perpetual oscillation, the range of the oscillation being one-third of the molecule, and its rapidity 20,000 oscillations in a second.

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, it 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 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.

Daniel Garrison Brinton wrote:
As all molecules and masses are mere centres of harmonized vibrations, temporarily held in suspension by simple laws identical with those of resonance, it follows that these centres can be broken up or divided by certain orders of vibration impinging upon and disturbing them.

It is a familiar fact that a cord in vibration tends to produce a similar vibration in a cord placed near it. This property belongs to all vibrations, whether resonant or not, and they exert it in proportion to the "order" to which they belong. The distance in space to which this power extends, or can be extended, is what is called "the sympathetic outreach" of the current of flow.

In this manner we have "sympathetic negative attraction," and "sympathetic positive propulsion," with reference to the "outreach" of the third or dominant current of the stream, which is allied to the order of etheric vibrations.

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 as 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 the mass" by resonant induction, if we would gain command of the molecular forces.

Daniel Garrison Brinton wrote:
The range of molecular oscillation is affected differently in different substances when submitted to the same vibratory impulse, and these ranges can be measured.

In the three metals, silver, gold, and platina, we obtain the proportions 3 : 6 : 9

As this is the primary relation of the modes of vibration, a wire made of these three metals is peculiarly adapted to transmit concordant impulses: and nodes made of these substances placed upon a wire, transmitting resonant vibrations, indicate, by the different orders of vibration induced in them, the rate of oscillations of the atomic constituents.

Daniel Garrison Brinton wrote:
The phenomenon of rotation arises from the harmonic inter-action of the dominant and enharmonic elements of the flow: in other words, the first and third, the third and ninth, etc. - those whose vibrations bear the proportions to each other 33 1/3 : 100.

A practical example of rotation is a wheel in revolution on its axis. This is force in its commercial or economic aspect. To accomplish this result by molecular vibratory action, we must gain control of the "negative attractive" or "enharmonic" current of the triple flow, and the problem is then solved up to any limit of power.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Sympathetic physics teaches that light is an etheric evolution, propagated by sympathetic conflict between celestial and terrestrial outflows: solar tensions as against terrestrial condensation. True luminosity cannot be induced in any other way. The high order of triple vibration, that induces (progressively) molecular and intermolecular separation, shows luminous results which, when thus mechanically produced, are virtually on a small scale, a facsimile of nature's operations. "All such experiments that I have made," writes Keely, "resulted in vortex motion invariably, both sympathetically and otherwise. Vortex motion follows nature in all corpuscular action."

John Ernst Worrell Keely wrote:
The undulatory theory, regarding light, I have not been able to reconcile myself to, as anything but hypothetical. The conditions which govern electro-magnetic radiations, disprove the theory in many particulars. The vortex action induced in space, by the differential conflict between the low and high tenuous shows up results that harmonize with the conditions accompanying the dissociation of hydrogen and oxygen, in disintegrating water: viz., vortex action of the highest order, but peripheral only. If it were not so, the ether could not be held in suspension, neither in the molecular nor atomic envelopes. Undulatory effects are produced by certain conditions of sound; and by other conditions quite opposite effects. In organ pipes, of a certain calibre, very sensitive waves occur at intervals; as according to the character of the sound evolved; but on a combination of resonators composed of brass tubes of more than nine in number, a wave of sound, induced by certain chords passing over them, produces high vortex action of the air enclosed in them. The vibration of tuning forks induces alternate condition of the air that surrounds them, if in open atmosphere; but quite a different action presents itself when the forks are exercised in resonating tubes, set to thirds of the mass chord they represent. Then high vortex action is the instant result. Vibrators cannot be set promiscuously in tubes, and get such results, any more than a musician can render a musical composition on the violin before tuning it. The conditions under which light is evolved negatize whatever is associated with undulation, as this word is understood by physicists. Aqueous undulations there are, but not etheric undulations.

John Ernst Worrell Keely wrote:
The mighty forces latent in corpuscular matter (atoms), by which we are surrounded, are all held in oscillating vortex action by the Infinite Designer of workings hidden from us, until the time is ripe for their disclosure. This latent, registered power interchanges sympathetically with the celestial radiating streams, whereby light, heat, electricity, magnetism and galvanic action are propagated in their different orders, vitalizing all nature with their life-giving principles. When this great scientific and religious truth has been made known, and established by demonstration, all controversy as to the source of energy will be for ever silenced. If I am the chosen instrument to develop this knowledge, and to make known the conditions which surround this pure truth, it is only that I may hand the key to those who will use it to enter the doorway that opens into the inaudible, and thus gain an insight into the now invisible region of the operation of Nature's most powerful governing forces, in the control over terrestrial mind by celestial matter.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
The flow of electricity, as set down in Keely's system, is governed by triple conditions:

    1st. the dominant or high vibratory;
    2nd. the sub-dominant or low vibratory;
    3rd. the harmonic or undulatory;


In conbination one flow, Keely writes: "When electrical experts can construct a mechanical device whereby the low vibratory conditions of the sub-dominant can be assimilated to the harmonic undulatory, by thirds, they will be able to run their dynamos without any extraneous appliances. An introductory impulse, on a certain order of vibration, being all that would be required to give the sub-dominant a concordant relation to the dominant; which would more effectually operate the dynamo than any number of steam-engines; allowing the harmonic stream to be the governor. This concordance, as towards the dominant, would only excite its sympathetic action in a way that would divert the ruling conditions of the two, without being submitted to the destructive effects of the dominant current. I think many lives will be lost before such a position is attained. Tesla has reached out almost to the crest of the harmonic wave, leaving all electrical explorers far behind him."

John Ernst Worrell Keely wrote:
There is but one position to arrive at, that will redeem the many failures of the past decade, in attempts to find an economizing medium for commercial benefit in regard to power; and that position will be attained when the polar sympathetic harness is completed, which will give to the world the control of the polar forces.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
In reply to the question, "What do you include in the polar forces?" Keely answers, "Magnetism, electricity, and gravital sympathy; each stream composed of three currents, or triune streams, which make up the governing conditions of the controlling medium of the universe: the infinite ninths that I am now endeavouring to graduate to a sympathetic mechanical combination, will, if I succeed, close my researches in sympathetic physics, and complete my system. These sympathetic streams from celestial spaces, percussing on the dense atmospheric environment of our earth, by their infinite velocities, wrest from their atomic confinement the latent energies which we call heat and light."

    Question.- And where do these sympathetic conditions or streams of force have their origin?

    Answer.- "'So God created man in His own image, in the image of God created He him: male and female created He them,' Genesis 1:27."

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Some faint idea of the infinite patience which the nature of Keely's work requires may be gained by a knowledge of his process of converting straight tubes into resonating rings. The tubes, in sections long enough to form a semicircle, are passed between triple rollers, which are set to give them a slight bend. They are then fastened to a bed-plate, and a steel ball, the exact diameter of the interior of the tube, is passed into it and forced through it. It is then passed between the rollers again; which are set so as to slightly increase the curvature, and again the interior of the tube is corrected by the steel ball. This process is intermittently continued until the semicircle is reached. Each process of bending and correcting requires over two hours. Eighty bends are sometimes necessary for the completion of the full circle. When the two semicircles, which form the circle, are finished, they are placed in a steel mould and kept under hydraulic pressure for two or three days, to correct any lateral deflection which has taken place in bending them. They are then taken out of the moulds and screwed rigidly to a face-plate, and joined together by a solder of refined brass and silver. Next they are placed in a hot sand bath of sufficient volume to require seventy-two hours to cool down. This corrects the differentiation in their molecular groupings. They are then submitted to a vibratory flow from the sympathetic negative transmitter, until their intonation, by percussion, represents a pure unmixed chord. The indicator, attached to the rings, denotes when this condition is attained. They are then centred on a steel shaft and rotated at the rate of 2000 revolutions per minute, surrounding by the triple circuit ring. If the indicator, on the circuit ring, should vary five degrees on a subdivision of 8000, the process for correcting has to be repeated until the variations are reduced to three; which is near enough to be considered perfect, inasmuch as the circular resonator will then hold the neutral focalization intact during the graduation of the full ninths, or triple triplets, for sympathetic association to polar negative attraction.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
Thermal radiation (and its negative, cold), the field of Professor Dewar's researches, in Keely's system comes below the first atomic; while celestial sympathetic radiation comes as the fountain head; the compound interetheric, from which all aggregated matter springs, the governing force of all aggregations. If there were no sympathetic radiation from the great celestial centre, space would be void of suspended, or floating, earthy and gaseous matter; consequently, planetary worlds would never have had their birth and growth.

The suggestion of Professor Dewar, that an increase in low temperatures might lead to the liquefying of hydrogen, is an admission that hydrogen may be a compound; for no simple can ever be condensed into a visible form. Keely's experimental researches have proved, to his own satisfaction, that all known gases are compounds, inasmuch as, when the intensity which accompanies sympathetic vibration, in his process, is brought to bear upon any gas, it submits to dissociation.

Clara Jessup Bloomfield Moore wrote:
When Professor Dewar uses the term "dead," in regard to matter, it is purely in reference to the present orthodox theory of heat energy. Take the analogy of tuning fork or a bell; both are dead, so far as sound is concerned, if they are not in vibration; they can be examined at rest or in motion, but science has not yet been able to do the same thing with those general motions of a molecular nature called heat. This is what Professor Dewar means by the term "dead," knowing well that the molecular activity can return alike to the fork or the molecule; only the energy must be supplied from some other source. Such are the conditions with which orthodox science is dealing, without acknowledging Deity as the fountain head of all force.

James Alexander wrote:
Energy is simply the motion of material bodies, large or small. Force is the measure of energy, its degree or quantity. The Ether is the universal agent of Energy, and the medium in all motion and phenomena. It may with propriety be called the Soul of Things.
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PostSubject: Re: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Mon Feb 12, 2018 8:38 am

Very nice extraction Schmildvich. cheers

It appears that you've captured most of the salient parts of the book.
Perhaps those Wikiists who conduct in depth research can afford to take a deeper look at the work of this great man.
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PostSubject: Re: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Mon Feb 19, 2018 2:08 pm

Agricola wrote:
Chasm,
Actually, I expected you to tell me something about the processo of making the Trexar, since you say you know Keely's work very well!. I've read about these things, about ten years ago, but I do not remember where. About this strange wire, which was composed of concentric metals, like a matryoshka, the pieces were not separable, precisely because everything were made starting from a single piece of metal, perhaps copper, which had been progressively transmutated starting from the center and proceeding towards the perimeter, with a 'progressive order of vibrations', which were going to vary the 'Chord of Mass' of the metal, or something like that. In practice, Keely 'tuned' on the metal and varied the vibration of resonance, up to bring it to that of the desired metal, and obtained the change.This sounds a bit like as we do in Alchemy, when we cook the lead with the Projection Powder, gradually increasing the degrees of heat, until obtaining complete transmutation.
If you know Keely's laws, can you at least explain us the phenomenon from his point of view?

Ok, actually what your post about the concentric metals comes from Dale Pond who is the second most knowledgeable on Keely next to myself imho!
This description of the wire is not found within the Keely literature as far as I know.
As for how Keely joined metals, he did so by exciting them intimately using the ancient Pythagorean proportions of 3rds, 6ths and 9ths so that the metals would adhere like magnetism but with a force well beyond magnetism so as to make them virtually inseparable to anyone who did not understand the Pythagorean doctrine of dischords of which there is virtually no information publicly written .
Keelys doctrine is that all individualized matter possesses a chord of mass, the wine glass which can be influenced by the correct pitch.
His method is simplicity itself. But the vulgar don't recognize it because they lack the mental fortitude to think outside of the box.
If one knew how to properly manipulate the mass chord of a wine glass, one could make it dance and bend instead of shattering. This mimics what Huchingson does playing with high frequency waves without any basic theory.

Although what you've said above makes no sense, and I certainly don't want to be quarrelsome, please enlighten me as to WHY, you've so casually dismissed John Keely, when it appears that you can see something within the limited knowledge that you have of his work?
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PostSubject: Re: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Mon Feb 19, 2018 5:43 pm

So you do not know if the wire was produced through a transmutation. Perhaps have  you not read enough books?.But,please tell me,if you believe that the parts of the wire was welded thanks to some induced harmonic concordance , can you explain how Keely did to produce so tiny,empty, precision cylinders with a section having an inner and outer diameter, so small that fit perfectly inside each other?.Even if he had possessed high precision drill bits and burs (which is unlikely that at the time these things existed), this work could have been done only for a few inches of wire, yet in the photos we can see that the wires used, also reached several feet in length, and we can even see coils of wire.So,imho, this story of welding its very unlikely. Perhaps in this urban legend, the manufacture of the Trexar, trought transmutation, would provide a more plausible method.

However, building a theory and several fake applications, even very big and branched, I do not think it is difficult if you draw information from different sources, and it is for this same reason that there is a lot of agreement between different doctrines and knowledge. You have no idea, what people are capable of doing to make money!.The last hoax, I have heard of, was about resveratrol , where the researcher in question, to sell the supplements of pharmaceutical companies, had invented from A to Z, all the discoveries and experiments declared.
And please do not say that things have no sence, if you do not understand them.

Regards.


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PostSubject: Re: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Mon Feb 19, 2018 6:31 pm

Agricola wrote:
Its obviuos that you've never done or witnessed a transmutation in your life.It's a pity.

Have you witnessed transmutation, Agricola?

Can you describe what you saw?
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PostSubject: Re: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Mon Feb 19, 2018 11:06 pm

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PostSubject: Re: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Mon Feb 19, 2018 11:21 pm

Agricola wrote:
Schmildvich,
Yes, I witnessed a transmutation, but unfortunately,it was not my work.

Whose work was it?

In your own words, how would you describe what you saw?
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PostSubject: Re: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Sat Mar 03, 2018 9:38 pm

Agricola wrote:
Chasm,
Are you serious or are you still trying to argue?.I tried to answer your PM, to say "Next time, behave civly!", but the forum platform answered me this:

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If you do not believe me, try to create a new account, and check what I told you.

Chasm wrote:

Also, if you have information on the Trexar other than that of Dale Pond, I'd like to hear of it. I don't believe you have any such info but one never knows.
I've searched the library of congress as well as the philosophical transactions for all legitimate Keely information.
There is nothing to suggest that his conduit was made by any transmutational means.

I tell you the truth;I do not remember where I read this thing. It was about ten years ago, and now, I do not even know where to look,' cause I have at my disposal a huge library with a bunch of books that talks about borderline scientific topics.Maybe it was the comment of some author outside the community' of SVP, but I remember that it was only few lines,and the content,essentially, already I exposed to you.This thing has remained impressed in my mind , simply, because,at the time,I already knew that it was a fact, and I refer to the transmutational principle of the elements reported by the author, and not how Keely was able to 'assemble' his conductor. I do not know if Keely believed if transmutation was possible,but if he said no, I highly recommend to burn all his books.

I apologize. I am argumentative. I just don't have much patience for many of the things that occur within the community anymore.

I believe that your information was sourced from Dale Pond.
I possess his book, "Secrets Never Before Revealed, John Keely"

Inside of this book, the Trexar is described as you've posted.

There were 3 Treatises written by Keely, I don't know of any of them ever being printed. If one were to believe Blavatsky, the secret societies of the day prevented his work from being disseminated.

Keely never spoke of transmutations. He did say that a nitrous compound was found in his apparatus after its operation.

I'm a staunch believer in Keely and oppose the theory of Einstein's relativity with good reason.

Keelys chart detailing the scale of forces in octaves is enlightening.
Do you know it?
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PostSubject: Re: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Mon Mar 05, 2018 6:02 pm

Chasm wrote:
I believe that your information was sourced from Dale Pond.
I possess his book, "Secrets Never Before Revealed, John Keely".

I have already read this book; it's kind of a basic SVP course. But it's too much superficial,imho.

Chasm wrote:
Inside of this book, the Trexar is described as you've posted.
True, but it is not the book where I read the information you are looking for.

Chasm wrote:
There were 3 Treatises written by Keely, I don't know of any of them ever being printed. If one were to believe Blavatsky, the secret societies of the day prevented his work from being disseminated.

A conspiracy?.In the best of hypotheses, Keely, with his behaviour, did everything he could, to help the cover-up work of these people.

Chasm wrote:
Keely never spoke of transmutations. He did say that a nitrous compound was found in his apparatus after its operation.

I think I understand why you're dealing with phosphorus.But have you considered that it could just be a casuality?

Chasm wrote:
I'm a staunch believer in Keely and oppose the theory of Einstein's relativity with good reason.

Have you done something practical, or do you know the SVP only in theory?

Chasm wrote:
Keelys chart detailing the scale of forces in octaves is enlightening.
Do you know it?.

But,do you realize that if you do not have avaiable one of Keely's etheric devices, you can not establish the truthfulness of his studies?. Perhaps in some cases, you could try to rebuild something, but only if you had available the developments of the 40 laws in the direction of the classical sciences. But to do this translation is HUGE and multidisciplinary work. And it would take a huge amount of money, moreover.Are you a multimillionary scientist,that have nothing to do?

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PostSubject: Re: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Tue Mar 06, 2018 12:33 pm

Chasm wrote:
I believe that your information was sourced from Dale Pond.
I possess his book, "Secrets Never Before Revealed, John Keely".

Agricola wrote:
I have already read this book; it's kind of a basic SVP course. But it's too much superficial,imho.

Superficial in what way? The book is largely composed of Keelys own words as well as commentary from scientists qualified to judge from the mid 1800's. Or are you referring to the Pond inclusions?

Chasm wrote:
Inside of this book, the Trexar is described as you've posted.

Agricola wrote:
True, but it is not the book where I read the information you are looking for.

The only other book besides his memoirs by Bloomfield is that of Theo Paijmans, "Free Energy Pioneer", John Ernst Worrel Keely
There are no other books.

Chasm wrote:
There were 3 Treatises written by Keely, I don't know of any of them ever being printed. If one were to believe Blavatsky, the secret societies of the day prevented his work from being disseminated.

Agricola wrote:
A conspiracy?.In the best of hypotheses, Keely, with his behaviour, did everything he could, to help the cover-up work of these people.

Have you read Blavatskys "Secret Doctrine" ? The quote that reveals your conspiracy is entered there. You can find it in the Keely thread on the Alchemy Processes site if you're at all interested.

Chasm wrote:
Keely never spoke of transmutations. He did say that a nitrous compound was found in his apparatus after its operation.

Agricola wrote:
I think I understand why you're dealing with phosphorus.But have you considered that it could just be a casuality?
scratch  Whaat? From where did you deduce this? Seriously! This is intriguing to me. Please elaborate if you wish.

Chasm wrote:
I'm a staunch believer in Keely and oppose the theory of Einstein's relativity with good reason.

Agricola wrote:
Have you done something practical, or do you know the SVP only in theory?

I've done some practical things for myself. Do you think that one requires tri metal conduits and spherical resonators in order to reproduce Keelys work?

Chasm wrote:
Keelys chart detailing the scale of forces in octaves is enlightening.
Do you know it?.

Agricola wrote:
But,do you realize that if you do not have avaiable one of Keely's etheric devices, you can not establish the truthfulness of his studies?. Perhaps in some cases, you could try to rebuild something, but only if you had available the developments of the 40 laws in the direction of the classical sciences. But to do this translation is HUGE and multidisciplinary work. And it would take a huge amount of money, moreover.Are you a multimillionary scientist,that have nothing to do?

So , do you recall where I called Traveller an Oaf elsewhere and you took offence? Well here, I must ask that you not make such myopic comments lest that big "O" begin to travel your way.
Seriously Agricola, things that may have cost a million dollars back in the late 1800's, surely are far less expensive today. Think about the word "advancements" for a moment. I won't go any further because I'm sure you're beginning to see.
But further, do you really believe that you must have one of his devices to prove that his theories were correct?

"KEELY WORKED WITH SOUND, AUGMENTED IN OCTAVES"

What is sound other than vibration? Does composed music not follow certain laws of periodicity, rhythm and sequence?
Are these not all composed of vibrations? Does the octave not signify the doubling of vibrations in a simple way allowing for easy calculations by way of musical pitch as well as simple math?

Agricola, since you studied Keely so in depth, you do realize that he and Tesla were contemporaries?
I'm sure you're aware that one of Teslas inventions, the coil by his namesake, was created to achieve any conceivable vibration?
Were you aware that Lord Kelvin and Hermann Von Helmholtz at the World Fair in Chicago, were impressed by Teslas coil? Do you know why?
Because they considered it a musical instrument. Why was this important? Because it allowed an easier means of accomplishing what Keely was doing without the resonant mechanics or geometry of his apparatus.
Have you ever researched the Tesla coil? Have you built one? Did it cost you multi millions of dollars? lol!

Keely has written the 40 laws of harmony as a guide. His vibrational manipulations can be gleaned from Helmholtz and Pythagoras.
The basic tool required is the Tesla Coil

So now, in my eyes you are a joker jocolor  Why? Because you lack insight and speak in a way which is demeaning to me, insulting even, and all because of your obvious ignorance.

I thought you may have deserved a second chance to see what you couldn't before, but you don't. True knowledge is not the subject of Oafs. And yes, I have better things to do than to speak with an uninformed Wikiist who professes to be cognizant of things of which he has absolutely no idea.
You are not deserving of my insights. So here we can terminate our discussion as you have nothing worthy of my time.

My regards

And Goodbye!
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PostSubject: Re: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Tue Mar 06, 2018 2:18 pm

Finally you decided to end up bothering me with this Keely!.
I was going to clarify certain points, to open your eyes, but since you started once again to use an offensive tone, I will leave you 'in your ignorance.  Laughing

I hope the moderator of this site, take note of your behavior, and take measures against you, DEFINITIVELY this time.
If you are convinced that with a synthesizer and some tesla coil, you can replicate Keely's 'work' to the end, you deceive yourself. You have no idea what you're dealing with, and how many people try to do it, using your own systems,and, in the end, they can not! Why? Because the Keely 'work' it's hoax! ... But when you realize it, it will be late, and you'll have thrown a life behind the Pied Piper of Pennsylvania.
I hope it's over here; also because I have no time to waste, with an inflated balloon like you!.
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PostSubject: Re: John Ernst Worrell Keely   Tue Mar 06, 2018 3:55 pm

Agricola wrote:
Finally you decided to end up bothering me with this Keely!.
I was going to clarify certain points, to open your eyes, but since you started once again to use an offensive tone, I will leave you 'in your ignorance.  Laughing

I hope the moderator of this site, take note of your behavior, and take measures against you, DEFINITIVELY this time.
If you are convinced that with a synthesizer and some tesla coil, you can replicate Keely's 'work' to the end, you deceive yourself. You have no idea what you're dealing with, and how many people try to do it, using your own systems,and, in the end, they can not! Why? Because the Keely 'work' it's hoax! ... But when you realize it, it will be late, and you'll have thrown a life behind the Pied Piper of Pennsylvania.
I hope it's over here; also because I have no time to waste, with an inflated balloon like you!.

You're a funny guy, mocking me about millions and what I do with my time. My wealth and past time endeavours are not your business.

You wanted to talk about Keely, but you only defame. You have a grasp of the English language yet you don't use it to nuance your own tone. Instead, you ctiticize mine.
I take offence at how you speak lowly of Keely. What do you honestly know of his work?
Have you attempted to register the pressure exerted by one gram of water after it has become steam within a closed container? Have you subjected the container to electrical impulses and recorded any increased pressure?
Or how about a simple experiment like building a mobile with tin cans of equal size suspended in the style of a carousel. Each can is sealed on one side with only a uniform orifice on the other, all arranged so as to rotate at the sounding of the frequency(note) of the cans. Have you attempted any basic experiments?
Yet you claim Keely a hoax! What do you know? You only know what you've read and chosen to believe. You've not witnessed anything that he did. His essay on the "Latent Force in Interstitial Spaces", which was written before the orthodox community took up the topic, should have been an eye opener.
And who said anything about a synthesizer and coil and that's it!

What could you do with a synthesizer without the knowledge to play it. What could you do with notes when playing an instrument tuned chromatically as opposed to it being tuned justly?
You don't even know why I mentioned Helmholtz do you?
Yet you make these comments of synthesizers as if to say , "Oh, I know where he's going." But the fact is, you don't know.

I am tired of people like you who talk out of their hats!
You think that you are bothered? Speak reasonably and you'll elicit a different response.
Don't feel that your only recourse is a moderator and his magic banning wand.
You reap what you sow Agricola. It begins with YOU!!
For your information. My studies on Keely are complete.
To replicate his experiments is not what's important but rather applying his laws; this is where people like me come in. To carry the torch.

And just because others failed to replicate Keelys work, like so many fail to replicate the work of the alchemists, does not mean that his work is a hoax any more than transmuting base metals to gold is a hoax.

It simply means that no one else or very few people understand.

You can never understand Keely because you can never come to understand the mystery of 369.

I know of only one person in our community who may come to know this mystery because I know that he possesses the book with the correct information if he knows how to recognize it.

Look, I don't want you to get me wrong. You sounded like you were mocking me and defaming Keely. This is irritating to me and it gets my back up. I'm communicating this to you.
Since you have the ability to speak clearly, I'd suggest that in the future, you do just that, speak clearly...at least with me when discussing topics for which I am passionate.
I stand up and stand out, here in the forums and in real life. It gets me noticed which isn't always a good thing. I'm accustomed to being bullied by the law...but at least I stand up!
So, to sum it up, it's not millions that gets the job done. It's understanding and the time and intent that gets us across the line.

Your negative comments are to be repulsed as instinctively as one swats at buzzing flies, so don't be offended by my swatting at you!
Do you think Edison could have made his lightbulb if he heeded all of the negative comments of his peers? Words have meaning and effect Agricola.
You should know this and use yours more judiciously.
That is to say, don't be so certain of things of which you have no experience. And where you do have experience, perhaps you lack understanding and instead of defaming and degrading, be more open to those very things that you don't understand.
Like this, we can avoid descending into depravity and calling on one with the authority to ban another on your behalf because you may lack your own ability to communicate/reason.
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