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Topic: Keely Information
Section: John Ernst Worrell Keely - Biography
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John Ernst Worrell Keely was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1827. His laboratory was located at 1422 North 20th Street. He died in November, 1898 under unclarified circumstances. Most of what we know about John Keely was communicated to us through many articles written by Mrs. Clara Sophia Jessup Bloomfield-Moore. Most of these articles were later compiled into her biography of John Keely: Keely and His Discoveries published in 1893. She was a wealthy and finely educated lady who supported Keely in his work for more than ten years and perhaps she understood him better than anyone else.
Her proposal to Keely was for him to cease trying to develop a motor for commercial purposes and devote his efforts to discovering the fundamental laws that governed the forces he discovered and called Sympathetic Vibratory Physics. If he agreed she would finance this basic research effort out of her own pocket. He agreed to this in 1882 or 1883 and undertook tremendous labor and research for the next ten years. In 1892 or 1893 he finished his basic research work and delivered the results to Mrs. Bloomfield-Moore who was living in London at that time. It is not known what became of these papers....
Four books are strongly recommended:
€ Keely and His Discoveries by Mrs. C. S. J. Bloomfield-Moore
€ Dashed Against the Rock by Wm. Colville
€ Keely's Secrets by Dale Pond
€ Sympathetic Vibratory Physcis - A Glossary of Terms by Dale Pond (this work is contained completely within the HyperVibes collection as are all of the above).