Unlimited Energy.

Keely observed that huge forces held particles together in 'corpuscular embraces'. He knew this because he had been able to disrupt these 'embraces' and liberated extraordinary amounts of energy whose origin could not be explained in any other way. We know today that this is true. Hiroshima and Nagasaki are stark reminders of that fact.

It is interesting to note that this was unknown to science in Keely's time. That Keely knew this gives his observations and experiments more credit than anything else he did.

He was one of the first to state categorically that there were enormous amounts of energy locked up in atomic and sub-atomic particles that could be liberated.

Ironically, that was also the statement that discredited him most with the scientists of his day.

The only point where contemporary science and Keely differ is that science maintains that the only way to disrupt these 'embraces' is by bombardment with particles, in other words levelling a big gun at it and start shooting it to pieces.

This approach would have seemed crude and brutal to Keely, had he known about it.

Interestingly enough the idea of liberating energy by 'corpuscular bombardment' was something that Keely, at least at some stage in his experimentation, seriously considered.

From memory he once said something like this: "The ringing of a bell in vacuo liberates as many corpuscles ...."

Clear evidence that Keely did think along these lines. He later discarded that idea in favour of other explanations.

In his later writings Keely obviously thinks that the effects he created were due to the incredibly high frequencies he achieved with his apparatus. To my knowledge no-one has been able to create frequencies anywhere near the ones Keely claims to have produced using mechanical resonators alone. How then did he do it and why can no-one duplicate it?

This puzzled me greatly. You will notice that up to here the copyright notice says 1999.

It is now 2007!

This might give you an idea how much work has gone into what follows, since I had not abandoned my research back then.

The next chapter is a turning point in this project.

What I have found out takes much in relation to Keely's work out of the realm of the speculative and brings it into verifyable reality.

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Hans von Lieven, copyright 1999