Physics of Love - The Ultimate Universal Laws
Author: Pond, Dale and others
Description: Explore Keely's 40 laws of physics of love, of harmony and of consciousness in an easy-to-understand and exciting book. The universal laws in this book are applicable to music, electronics, mechanics, healing and all branches of science and philosophy. This rapidly expanding science demonstrates the commonality that underlies all phenomena - vibration. Another name for Sympathetic Vibration is Love. This work is designed to give you an insight and understanding of the basic principles operating within the realm of sound and vibration. This book was primarily written to explain the basics of SVP as found in "Universal Laws Never Before Revealed: Keely's Secrets." It is also designed to enhance the evolution of a more wholistic philosophical concept of life and nature. 8.5" X 11" 145 pages. ISBN 1-57282-002-0 see catalog page here
"It's slow reading - at times difficult reading, but when one finishes there is a strong and basic insight into fundamental principles. I cannot recommend it highly enough." Special from Frederic Stoessel: Recommended reading for those who want to know answers to what is really going on.
"I did, however, want to thank you for your warm list welcome and tell you how thrilled I am to be reading your "The Physics of Love" book. I have only recently come across it, but this is definitely the right timing, as I have been intensely studying Earth energy, vibrational frequencies and everything in between for two years. I'd been searching for exactly what it was that I'd "discovered" - and this was difficult, since I'd been exploring so many different functions of vibratory physics...genetics, color therapy, health, sound, psychology, radionics, crystallography and how these mught be tied into ancient history and ancient art.
I was extremely pleased to see your umbrella diagram on page 4, breaking "Sympathetic Vibratory Physics" into all the various fields. This was a beautiful confirmation for me that even though I might be studying many parallel "lines" , I am still on one basic track." C. 10/98