"One hundred years ago scientist, inventor and philosopher John Keely built various devices that were able to overcome gravity, tunnel through rock using a hend-held device, use acoustics to power engines, and create superconductivity by using wires made of gold, silver and platinum. Almost lost, this book compiles ten years of research by the editor/author that explains the technology used.
Understandable to the laymen and useful to the most advanced researcher, the physics of sympathetic vibrations is the unification of many different scientific, engineering and philosophical disciplines into a new paradigm. This science demonstrates the commonality that underlies all phenomena — vibration! This book will be fascinating to both laymen and the most advanced scientists. Maybe you will be the one to be able to duplicate some of the incredible machines that John Keely developed which were all but lost for a hundred years.
This monumental work contains the mathematics and basic principles which can usher in a new awareness as well as new sources of energy."