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The Universal Physical Analysis of Psychotronic Technologies
Mon Aug 3, 2015 05:09

The Universal Physical Analysis of Psychotronic Technologies

While we are all living, and residing here on this planetary universally connected light matrix of our physical realm by our gravitational infrared densities and existence here and thereof our being encompassed wholly and by only all spectrum and spectral physical densities that is what is for us to live our lives as then thus our being and serving as being a part of this universally connected clock that has been pre set for us to be the clock's components. By (Dr.) Will P. Wilson August 03, 2015 posted on the - Message News Board -

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John Worrell Keely (1837-1898) of Philadelphia was a carpenter and mechanic who announced in 1872 that he had discovered a new principle for power production. The vibrations of a simple tuning fork had given him the idea, and the means to tap etheric energy.

At this time most physicists believed that all of space was filled with an elusive fluid called the "luminiferous ether". Experiments were conducted to measure the properties of this ether, giving negative or confusing results. By the early decades of the 20th century the ether idea faded away. Physicists finally realized that the reason they couldn't detect the ether or measure its properties was simply that it wasn't there. But more importantly, the old reasons they had given for thinking it was there turned out to be resolved by the theory of relativity. Today the luminiferous ether is seldom even mentioned in textbooks.

Keely persuaded a dozen engineers and capitalists to invest in the idea, forming the Keely Motor Company in New York in 1872. Soon he had capital of one million dollars, primarily from wealthy New York and Philadelphia businessmen. He used the money to buy materials necessary for building a motor based on his theories.

Soon he had constructed an etheric generator, which he demonstrated to amazed audiences in 1874 in Philadelphia. Keely blew into a nozzle for half a minute, then poured five gallons of tap water into the same nozzle. After some fine adjustments the pressure gage indicated pressures of 10,000 pounds per square inch. This, said Keely, was evidence that the water had been disintegrated and a mysterious vapor had been liberated in the generator, capable of powering machinery.

One spectator at a Keely demonstration described the power of the machine. "Great ropes were torn apart, iron bars broken in two or twisted out of shape, bullets discharged through twelve inch planks, by a force which could not be determined."

Keely predicted his discovery would make other forms of power obsolete. A quart of water would be enough to send a train from Philadelphia to San Francisco and back. A gallon would propel a steamship from N. Y. to Liverpool and back. "A bucket of water has enough of this vapor to produce a power sufficient to move the world out of its course." - Keely and the board of directors of the Keely Motor Company. - Keely lived comfortably, as befitted the president of a company, but not extravagently. To his credit, he plowed most of the invested money into research equipment and tools. He did most of the experimentation himself, designing and constructing his own apparatus. He was not willing to entrust his secret to those who could not or would not understand—especially physicists and engineers. Skeptics noted that the equipment could never be made to work as it was supposed to unless Keely was present. - - John Worrell Keely photographed in his laboratory in 1889. The Bettmann Archive. - - Keely's hydro-vacuo engine.

The work went slowly. To keep up the spirits of stockholders Keely staged occasional public demonstrations. These were masterpieces of showmanship. He demonstrated a marvelous machine, a "vibratory engine" or "hydro-pneumatic pulsating vacuo-engine." It was a work of the machinist's art, made of gleaming brass and copper. The engine was attached to another machine called a "liberator," a complicated array of brass wires, tubes and tuning forks.

Keely explained that he was tapping a "latent force" of nature—the vibratory energy of the ether. [We can blame that idea on the physicists.] Keely often used a harmonica, violin, flute, zither or pitch pipe to activate his machines. Some said that it was worth the price of being duped to hear the eloquent language Keely used wo explain his theory. [Keely was said to have considerable musical knowledge and talent.] Skeptics suggested that these musical tones were a signal to a hidden confederate to activate the secret trickery and mechanisms that made the miracles happen.

A central idea of Keely's theory of nature was the notion that musical tones could resonate with atoms, or with the ether itself. He even drew this musical chart to help people understand the finer points of this theory. [There are those today who use this as evidence that Keely was far ahead of his time, anticipating the theory of quantum mechanics.] The man with a new idea is a crank, until the idea succeeds. —Mark Twain.

Biographers have described Keely as a "mechanical experimenter", "inventor and imposter", "professor of perfidy", "swindler", and "scandalous scamp". Keely's lack of formal scientific education didn't bother his supporters, and didn't deter Keely himself from grandly proclaiming his theories as "scientific".

Keely expounded his ideas using an elaborate theory of the "etheric force", spiced with eloquently profound terms such as: "sympathetic equilibrium, quadrupole negative harmonics, etheric disintegration". His backers were duly impressed. He looked with condescending pity on those who appeared not to understand. -

With our present knowledge no definition can be given of the latent force, which, possessing all the conditions of attraction and repulsion associated with it, is free of magnetism. If it is a condition of electricity, robbed of all electrical phenomena, or a magnetic force, repellant to the phenomena associated with magnetic development, the only philosophical conclusion I can arrive at is that this indefinable element is the soul of matter. [J. W. Keely.]

Some disillusioned stockholders withdrew their support as Keely's experiments suffered repeated delays. Keely declared he'd already proven his theory could be implemented for useful purposes, and he made vast claims for the economic benefits of etheric energy over coal and other energy sources. But he resisted investor's demands that he produce some marketable product. Stockholders were not happy with Keely's insistence that more experimentation was needed to "perfect" the machines. Fortunately, when nearing bankruptcy, Keely acquired a wealthy backer, Mrs. Clara S. J. Bloomfield-Moore, the widow of a Philadelphia paper manufacturer. - Glass flask containing weights that Keely claimed could be moved up or down by striking the zither strings which activated the "globe Liberator". A wire connects the globe liberator to the flask. - Test of the sympathetic
force of vitalized disks.

The Keely Motor Stuck Again.
Keely's first week of solitary confinement with his motor for the purpose of "focalizing and adjusting the vibrators," has resulted, not in the single revolution which is to demonstrate his final triumph, but in another postponement. We learn from one of our contemporaries that the stockholders met in Philadelphia on the 26th, and waited with great excitement for a report from Keely. He sent word that the "focalizing" was making rapid progress, that he was too busy to leave it even for a moment, and that they could fix a date for exhibition on or before April 10. Then the stockholders separated, cheerful and hopeful as usual. [Scientific American, April 5, 1884, p. 213.]

She advanced him over $100,000 for expenses and promised him a salary of $2,500 per month. She became active in promoting Keely in journals and books and in seeking scientists who might validate his claims. She suggested that Keely share his secret with Edison or Tesla to hasten its development, but he refused. He did agree that scientists at least be allowed to observe the demonstrations.

E. Alexander Scott, an electrical engineer, witnessed such a demonstration. When Keely showed him the etheric power causing a weight to rise and fall in a closed flask of water, Scott was unimpressed. Keely used the sound from a zither to activate the globe liberator which then supposedly transmitted the etheric force through a wire to the water container. Scott suspected the weight was really hollow, so that the slightest change of water pressure could cause it to rise or fall, just as a Cartesian diver. The wire, he guessed, was a hollow tube transmitting air pressure to the water chamber. To counter this suggestion, Keely cut a ways into the wire with a file to prove it solid. But Moore surreptitiously picked up a scrap piece of similar wire in the workshop and later found that it did have a very fine, hollow center.

Other demonstrations showed the etheric force to be great enough to lift large weights. It could also fire Keely's "vaporic gun", demonstrated at Sandy Hook, Long Island.

Keely Nearing the End
It was announced from Philadelphia on the 17th of March that the Keely motor was practically completed. All the workmen had been discharged, and Mr. Keely was immediately to begin "focalizing and adjusting the vibrators"—a delicate operation but easy for him—and as soon as he obtained "one perfect revolution, though even so slow," the great invention would be complete. The news called forth several funny paragraphs in the newspapers and quite a flutter among the stock holders and directors, who have been for several years investing money to back up this nineteenth century discoverer of "perpetual motion". It is difficult, indeed, to consider seriously this alleged invention, or justly characterize the inventor, who, in this age, not only assumes to get something out of nothing, but would hide all his methods and processes and affect more than the mystery of the alchemists of the early ages. Yet it is a serious matter to those who have been sinking their money therein. Now, however, we seem at last to have reached the "beginning of the end," and the attention of the investors can, at an early day, be "focalized" on their profit and loss accounts. [Scientific American, March 25, 1884, p. 196.] - The secrets of Keely's laboratory, published in The New York Journal.

The Scientific American magazine followed Keely's career with some amazement and amusement. They were not impressed, reporting that all the demonstrations they had witnessed could easily have been produced with hidden sources of compressed air.

Keely continued this research for fourteen years, occasionally staging demonstrations to placate impatient stockholders. Mrs. Moore was concerned by Alexander Scott's negative report, and by dismissive and unkind articles in newspapers and magazines. So she sought a second opinion from physicist Prof. W. Lascelles-Scott, from England. He spent a month in Philadelphia carrying out his investigation, finally reporting to the F

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