Treasure Island

Margaret Alice Second

(24 January 1961 / South Africa)

A Push-Pull Dance


The sun pulls planets towards it then pushes
them away again, a constant push-pull dance
outward and inward which holds all the planets
in their positions – this is the Force of Gravity,
the electric attraction and repulsion

Used by John Ernst Worrel Keely to produce his
own electromagnetic gravity effects - - theories
explaining everything are freely available on
the Internet, forever enlarging the scope of
my imagination in a joyous romance

Seeking, finding, then playing with each theory,
hoping fellow seekers enjoying the fun of
discovery, share the joy with me!

4 July 2013

Submitted: Thursday, July 04, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 04, 2013
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http: //divinecosmos.com

http: //www.keelynet.com/davidson/sound1.htm

Found an interesting new theory on the
force of gravity: the sun’s surface rise
and fall a few metres in 5-minute cycles;
and this creates waves throughout the
solar system

The waves bounce off the solar system’s
gravitational boundary then reflect back to
the sun; these waves collide with each other
to form the interference patterns which create
the invisible geometric
force fields

Margaret Alice

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