gravity control in 1800's
- Just a note to say that I had earlier done in depth research
regarding the tech data about John W. Keely of Pa., U.S. , during the
late 1800's. He did experiments on controlling the force of gravity
using a device set up similar to modern lifting gyroscopes. The
modern units reported about 11% lift , while Keely got 100%.
Keely's heavy steel base had 3 spinning disc flywheels being sped
up by use of high pressure (thousands of lbs) air hose gun blowing
manifold to the 3 sirens. (rims with angled holes). When up to
certain RPM, he slowed 2 discs down, so that the pitches emitted
causing harmonic vibration to the structure were in harmonic RATIO
to the resonant frequency of earth /structure. Device would slowly
lift, then settle down as rpms dwindled and pitches changed.
The subject of Ether vibrations may be in regards to John W.
Keely's gravity control experiments during the late 1800's in
Philadelphia, Pa., U.S. A.
On more than one occasion, to several witnesses, it was said Keely
demonstrated a system called "Vibratory Lift". His heavy 3 ton high
pressure 48"spherical tank was lifted up to a 6 ft high tripod
(no chains, hoist, or normal mechanical means) If not an outright
lie, then how did he do it? I drew a sketch, collected word for word
data, along with his published tech data references, and made a rough
outline. His portable hand held vibrators device with tuning forks
and brass resonator shells was connected to the side of the tank by
long, stiff gauge, sectional wire of platinum and silver.
(Resistivity/ conduction ratios) The sphere hollow center had an
interior pipe with attached vibrators tuned to certain harmonics.
After hammering on the steel side, setting up momentary resonance
vibrations, the control unit was operated and the heavy mass
would "be allowed" to be lifted by end of wire for placement at the
high level. It's believed that Keely altered the Earth - to small
mass relationship by Etheric vibrations. Years later, after Keely
died, workmen cleaning out first floor of workshop whacked the old
tank with hammer,
which emitted weird sounds , which permeated the room, and frightened
them to run out of the building! An 1800's old library view copy of
Frank Leslie's Illustrated newspaper showed drawing of first floor
with sphere tanks in background with removable lids having attached
pipe mechanism. (not just hollow tanks)
See also publications - Free Energy Pioneer John W. Keely
The Snell Manuscript
Keely And His Discoveries