What is it? A quick perusal of some websites makes me think it’s a load of hooey, but others attempt to tie it to Tesla, who IMHO, was a genious way before his time. Is it worth my time looking into this? Am I better off staying at home, reading my horoscopes and playing with crystals?
There are apparently forty “Laws of Laws”.
I mean, double wow. This takes some kind of prize for sheer gibberish content.
IANA physicist, so I actually have no clue whether or not it’s a load of hooey (my instincts say “hooey”)
CSICOP doesn’t have it listed.
Skepdic.com doesn’t have it listed as such. However, under their entry for Rudolf Steiner, “sympathetic vibratory physics” is mentioned down at the bottom, with a link to this.
Rudolf Steiner - Law of One
Which is not a good sign for the “non-hooey” side.
It’s also probably not a good sign that “sympathetic vibratory physics” turns up on a lot of “free energy/cold fusion/Atlantis/Edgar Cayce” websites.
An even worse sign? It turns up on (gasp) “phi” sites. Here’s one example.
SVP is directly connected with John Worrell Keely, and is definitely way out on the borderlands of “frontier science.”
Keely was the “Tesla” of acoustics, but Keely created his own vocabulary, and his discoveries are mostly either lost, or are concealed behind impenetrable jargon of Keely’s own creation. The Scientific American debunked Keely after he died, but then the SciAm also debunked the Wright Brothers, and played a big role in forcing the Wrights to abandon the USA and move to Europe.