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Free Energy Perspectives


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Date: 26 September 2012
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Free energy, you’ve likely heard about it by now, but might be wondering how far this movement has gone towards seeing the healthy light of day, and of demonstrable planetary redemption.

The conventional view, currently pervading, is that particle physics and electrodynamics (that is, magnets, electromagnets, motors, dynamos and relays) are 2 separate fields, not unitable. There is a similar schism between gravity and electromagnetism (of the Maxwell/Faraday type (the type we ARE familiar with)).

Having been reading assiduously for the last 7 years about the “free energy” movement (or psychtronics as its called in Russia), it seems the connections are likely to be bridged (officially) in the near future.

Everyone by now has heard of Nicola Tesla, and has likely heard about (and possibly even been scammed by premature bogus sales attempts) a machine that draws the majority of its energy from the vacuum state (sometimes called zero point energy). Tesla spoke about a century ago of attaching our machinery to the very wheelwork of nature. He was referring to this drawing energy from the vacuum.

There is extreme prejudice in the academic sphere about this new electrodynamics, to say the least. Partly its a belief system thing, but also there are many many reports of inventors being threatened, bought off or killed. This apparently is coming from a shadowy group (according to Steven Greer) who consider themselves above government. This seems to me likely as presidents and vice-presidents of the USA have been denied access to information.

Many of the materials on free energy work were booted off wikipedia by pressure from the opposition, so peswiki (http://peswiki.com/index.php/Main_Page) has been set up to host such.

The individuals I have discovered who seem to have substantial understanding in this field are: Tom Bearden, Mehrun Keshe, John Bedini and Peter Lindemann. Sterling Allan, who runs peswiki also recommends Marko Rodin, although I havn’t managed to penetrate or understand his ideas as yet, though they look very good.

German scientist Konstantin Meyl gave a soldout presentation on the fields that we havn’t acknowledged, at the Keshe Foundation in Ninove, Belgium on September 21st. You can hear/see his videos online in English.

If you know anyone in engineering, or physics, do alert them to this important material. It could and should save the biosphere from the pollution and instability we must be concerned about. It will provide propulsion and energy resources that we should have had 100 years ago.

 

1 Response to Free Energy Perspectives

  • Elaine Medina says:

    Thank You for the excellent summation!

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