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16.28 - Keelys Free Electrical Energy Machine

"I am devoting all my time and energy to perfect this new system, in which a polar negative disk run by sympathetic polar attraction, will produce electric current. Its construction will be almost as simple as that of a typewriter and dynamos will become a thing of the past." We see in this sentence Keely saying he is working to create a so-called Free Energy machine capable of producing electricity.

"The vibratory velocity governing the magnetic flow ranges from 300,000 to 780,000 per second and comes under the first interatomic. This is the first order above odor and permeates the molecules of glass in the compass cover as air passes through a sieve. Being governed by the full harmonic chord this flow moves in straight lines free from molecular interference."

"In Trexar vibratory transmission any chord on the dominant will by molecular differentiation, induce sympathetic affinity approaching magnetism in phenomena but without a trace of true magnetism being present."

He describes an experiment in vibratory transmission as follows: "I attach a nodal transmitter to a soft steel mass and the other end to the clustered thirds (3:6:9 in three octaves) of my focalizing neutral concentrator. (The telephone transmitter at the near end of the Trexar.) Another nodal transmitter is attached to the sixth cluster of the same disk, the other end being connected to the resonating sphere of my compound instrument (the resonating sphere) and all are brought to a complete rest. A slight tap on the Chladni wave plate now accelerates the normal 20,000 oscillations per second to 180,000 per second. The nine nodes here touch the extreme end, next to the mass being operated on, silver, gold and platinum coming in the order given, both in the respective wire sections and in the nodes." The Snell Manuscript

See Also


Keely - Electricity from Space
Polar and depolar intermittent accumulator

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