began in 1965 when I was gifted copies of Maxwell Maltz
, The Search for Bridey Murphy
and some Cayce
paperbacks. These piqued my curiosity and began a long list of unanswered questions to be answered. My effort to collect scientific and historical data began in the mid 1970s in a notebook (preserved in the PSI archives
). The notebook data was typed into a 3 x 5 card file in 1983. An effort to correlate and explain Keely
's Sympathetic Vibratory Physics
began in the 1984. Thousands of records were distilled from the literature and maintained in Apple's HyperCard
program beginning in 1989. HyperCard
was able to organize, search and report on the thousands of records of information gleaned from the Keely literature
and everything else of relative interest I could find. HyperCard
had its limits....
In 1999 the SVP eGroups Forum was initiated in Yahoo eGroups to find people of like mind
to join in the correlation efforts. That forum was quite successful in terms of attracting many hundreds of people but it eventually deteriorated into chit-chat and became a real burden to maintain, personally speaking. It was discontinued.
After a break a new effort to find like minded people began with the creation of the phpbb
which has a more structured style. People apparently didn't like the structured style so it more or less stalled but it still functioned quite well as a repository of links and data. The SVPForum
had considerable reader traffic and performed some service functions. It was discontinued in 2011.
A couple of years ago the SVP Cosmology
was started as yet another sincere effort to correlate the science
and philosophies of Keely
, etc. This work was done with stand alone and linked html pages. This effort worked fairly well but the information became so voluminous and complicated another way had to be found.
SVPwiki.com started Monday, September 7, 2009
This brought the efforts to this wiki based on the open-sourced TikiWiki
CMS. Wikis are very good at accumulating vast amounts of data and linking and referencing that data. Wikis also allow collaborative input/editing plus it is open source. The work now is to import all the information from the SVP Cosmology
, the original HyperCard
) data collection and my personal work/study files into Runtime Revolution's
program Revolution, RunRev, LiveCode
and On-Rev, successors to HyperCard
allows the scripting of web pages in simple English-like commands which means the web pages on the PSI
site can be interactive, allow reader input, do math, animations and virtually anything we want.
So now we have the near unlimited capabilities of TikiWiki
loaded onto a hosting service
wherewith our web pages can be scripted to perform virtually any thing we can dream up. The correlation of the Keely
, etc. information can now move forward to its ultimate unbounded possibilities....
My approach to understanding Sympathetic Vibratory Physics
has been not unlike sorting out and assembling a giant jig-saw puzzle. We have many pieces to the puzzle all jumbled up in a pile. We do not know what the finished puzzle will look like.
The puzzle that is Keely
's work Sympathetic Vibratory Physics
is solved in the same way we would solve a jig-saw puzzle. Gather the pieces, turn them over for identification, sort according to color, color tone, pattern, size, shape and similarity. Only in this way are fitting pieces identified and assembled. In this process what we discovered is not all the pieces to Keely
's science are in the box (available literature). There are missing pieces. We further discovered Walter Russell
and many others have some of those missing pieces but they too have missing pieces in their boxes (literature). So more boxes of incomplete jig-saw puzzle pieces are dumped into the mix. These require sorting and identification the same way. Image dumping several jumbo jig-saw puzzles into a mixed heap in the middle of the table then sorting through them all to build one massive awesome puzzle picture we do not know what it is to look like.
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