Why you do not have to be a rocket scientist to understand John Keely. Version 3.0 is finally complete! There will be no further updates on this book unless minor typo fixes. I've worked very hard updating this material since the last version. The chapters have been reorganized, most material rewritten, added new images, bibliography and index. Total page count 330 pages. I feel I have done my duty with this update. It is a great book! If you have purchased an earlier edition email me for a special price on this edition.This work describes the unseen (scalar) components of a vibration, their relationships and dynamical functions - based on Keely's proportions of 3, 6 and 9 as explained in Professor Daniel Brinton's Laws of Being. This book is a follow-up (volume II) of The Physics of Love published in 1994. The forces described in this book are the unseen (scalar) forces Keely manipulated to achieve some of the remarkable feats of science and engineering accredited to him yet not understood by the rest of us. Everything in the universe vibrates. "In the wave lies the secret of Creation." (Walter Russell) Therefore by understanding the inner nature of vibration (wave = vibration) we can have a more accurate view of nature and what makes it tick. These forces, working in specific combinations of proportions of 3, 6 and 9 are the very wheel work of nature as they govern all vibrations or matter and manifestations as energy and force. Many have offered the Tesla quote: "If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe." Nikola Tesla. But no reference has ever been found (to date) that Tesla ever said this. In my search to find the source of this quote I did encounter many references where Keely spoke about these numbers. As I dug deeper into the Keely literature it became obvious there is something here that needs to be explored and developed. And that is exactly what I did with this new book. Have you ever wondered why the poles of a magnet or electric current are different from each other? What makes one pole different from the other pole? According to Keely poles of a current are effects of subtler forces (scalar), three in number. By identifying and manipulating the proportions of the mix of these causative forces the poles can be mixed, switched from one to the other or turned on or off at various power levels - not unlike Russell's "rhythmic balanced interchange" of switching polarities. What would it mean to your research and inventions if you could switch polarities between poles and regulate their power levels? 330 pages, 8 1/2" X 11", Black and White images, Perfect Bound.