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Keelys Lost Books

Keely has written three treatises (in 1893?) to explain his three systems, the titles of which are as follows:


"When my theoretical expose is finished and brought out, I shall be ready for the attacks that will be made upon it, and able to demonstrate what I assert. One would think that modern physicists, knowing the lesson taught by the disastrous overthrow of the primitive system of astronomy, would be somewhat cautious in reference to jeering at any announcement of scientific research, however preposterous, without first carefully weighing its claims. It is my belief that there are many to-day who occupy positions as professors in our colleges and in universities abroad, who for bigotry and ignorance can discount the opinion of the religionists of the dark ages; but those to whom has been given mental force to boldly investigate new truths in science may congratulate themselves upon the fact that there are investigators of truth who are not afraid to acknowledge its claims, in whatever garb it may appear, welcoming whatever new message it may have to deliver. . . ." [Keely in More Science]

"These volumes are to be published by the Lippincott Publishing Company, of Philadelphia, as soon as Keely has completed his mechanical work." [Keelys Secrets - Part 2 - One Phase of Keelys Discovery in Its Relation to the Cure of Disease]

NOTE: To my knowledge none of these three remarkable books have ever been found as of 08/2012, 119 years later - although I have heard unconfirmed rumors as to their existence. I have also heard unconfirmed rumors of other books not listed above. See Bibliography for articles we have found written by Keely. Dale Pond

See Also

Bibliography lists articles by Keely
Chronology bird's eye view of the time period, who did what, when
Keely
Keely Biography
Keely - Historical Documents
Keelys Accomplishments
Keelys Mechanical Inventions and Instruments
Keely's Three Systems
Part 25 - Keelys Wonderful Charts of Vibratory Etheric Science


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