"Gravity is nothing more than an attractive, Sympathetic Stream, flowing towards the neutral center of the earth, emanating from molecular centers of neutrality; concordant with the earth's centers of neutrality, and seeking its medium of affinity with a power corresponding to the character of the molecular mass. Gravity, he defines as transmittive interetheric force under immense Etheric vibration. He continues: - The action of the mind itself is a vibratory Etheric evolution, controlling the physical, its negative power being depreciatory in its effects, and its positive influence elevating." Chapter 5 of Keely and His Discoveries
"Gravity is an eternal existing condition in Etheric space, from which all visible forms are condensed. It is inherent in all forms of matter, visible and invisible. It is not subject to time or space. It is an established connective link between all forms of matter from their aggregation. Time is annihilated by it, as it has already traversed space when the neutral centers of the molecules were established. It is nothing more than an attractive, Sympathetic Stream, flowing towards the neutral center of the earth, emanating from molecular centers of neutrality, concordant with the earth's centers of neutrality and seeking its medium of affinity with a power corresponding to the character of the molecular mass." John Worrell Keely circa 1886, The Snell Manuscript
"Nature has established her sympathetic concordants from the birth of the neutral centres of the planets. This is gravity; therefore gravity is fixed, inherent. There is no flight of gravity." The Snell Manuscript
"I expect to solve the problem of aerial navigation," said Keely, "for I can already move a weight up and down in atmosphere, or even in vacuo." Nobody offered any remark on this remarkable declaration.
"What is the force with which I expect to do this? The same sympathetic attractive force which holds the planets together. The force is dual. Sympathetic negative dissociates molecules just as the sympathetic positive associates them. I believe electricity to be a substance, not a force." [Pittsburg Dispatch April 07-1890]