Analytical Trilogy, Norberto Keppe’s methodology which provides the scientific inspiration for this Podcast, is based on very solid academic research and, especially, clinical experience over the past 50 years. Keppe has an impressive resume, including extensive training in Vienna with Viktor Frankl and Knut Baumgarten and Igor Caruso and directing the Psychosomatic Medicine Study Group at the Hospital das Clinicas at the University of Sao Paulo way back in the 1950s. He has lectured and worked with clients all over the world, and his TV program is currently running in more than 20 countries. He is a very serious scientist who writes and broadcasts extensively on themes relevant to all human and social activity.
His discovery of psychological Inversion, which U.S. intellectual, Joseph Ghougassian, has called “a significant and genuine contribution to the intellectual treasury of civilization,” has allowed him to analyze all aspects of human and societal interaction. This discovery is also what opened the door for Keppe to perceive the inverted view of Newtonian and Einsteinian physics. Correcting these wrong postulates is at the basis of the innovative and profound proposals found in his New Physics books and has led to the creation of the Keppe Motor. This is no small thing.
The fact that you’ve not heard of Keppe and Analytical Trilogy is a big thing. He was in the U.S. way back in the mid 1980s, and writing extensively about the problems he noticed in that country – the problems that have led to the current economic crisis, by the way … something that could have been avoided if we had heeded his sage advice all those years ago. But we didn’t listen, and now we have another chance. This man’s work deserves to be studied and discussed at the highest levels of academia and government – not to mention with friends and family over dinner. The Keppe Motor is one way his work is becoming re-introduced to American audiences, and I encourage you to look long and deeply at his vast and impressive body of work. Don’t fall prey to the usual dismissal we have of people outside the mainstream. That’s where the truly innovative ideas come from after all. If we follow only what we hear in the big media, only what’s accepted by the usual channels, we’ll never escape from the prison we’ve created for ourselves.