The Conspiracy functions on many levels. And within those levels, it functions in many layers. As explained in the previous review on this blog, Babylon’s Banksters, an important part of the global financial control system is the control of the physics that can be used to free us from our current scarcity-based economy — as well as be weaponized. (I would suggest we saw the weaponization of this new physics on 9/11. For more on this topic, please read Dr. Judy Wood’s brilliant forensic investigation of 9/11 entitled Where Did The Towers Go?)
In Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion Paul LaViolette adeptly peels back the layers of this Conspiracy that has been controlling the physics of propulsion technology in classified “black” military projects. It is at once a fascinating story of brilliant discoveries as well a heavy scientific read. LaViolette doesn’t simply tell the story, he explains the science — and he isn’t writing for the layperson.
I, however, am a layperson, so I will do my best to interpret LaViolette’s science not only as best I can, but in language that will be comprehensible to those who haven’t studied physics.
Electrogravitics & Subquantum Kinetics
Electrogravitics was born in the early 1920s when American physicist Thomas Townsend Brown discovered that he could generate thrust by applying high voltage charges to an object. Brown found that the object would move towards the positively charged part of the magnetic field generated by the application of the high voltage charges.
In one experiment, an object was oriented upright on a scale — with the positive charge on the top end — and it was found to become lighter when energized.
Brown began experimenting with this discovery in high school. When he went to college, one of his physics professors, Paul Biefield, had also been interested in the similar application of electricity and this electrogravitics phenomenon became known as the Biefield-Brown effect.
At the time, there was no physics to explain this effect. There was no science to explain how an electrical charge could alter the influence of gravity on an object. Classical physics says that massive objects cause the fabric of space-time to warp, and this warping causes nearby objects to “fall” in. However, LaViolette explains this effect with a newer interpretation of our physical reality called subquantum kinetics.
Subquantum kinetics explains that positively charged particles (protons) create matter-attracting gravity potential wells and that negatively charged particles (electrons) create matter-repelling gravity potential hills. LaViolette suggests that this same effect is what caused Brown’s experimental devices to gravitate or levitate towards the positively charged part of the magnetic field created by the application of high voltage electricity.
LaViolette also notes that subquantum kinetics theorizes that a proton’s gravity well marginally exceeds an electron’s gravity hill, therefore when enough quantum particles gather to form things of planetary or solar size, the residual matter-attracting gravity potential wells generate enough gravity to, for instance, keep us grounded here on Earth.
Brown spent a number of years working on electrogravitics for the U.S. government. He gave demonstrations of electrified flying discs. This led to Project Winterhaven, a proposed five- to ten-year research and development program. He filed for patents on his technology.
He developed devices that generated more power than they consumed.
Electrogravitics Goes Black
But in the mid-’50s, antigravity research stopped being discussed in the open. The subject went underground into the military’s so-called black projects. And so did Brown’s work.
“… the physics theories that academics and most laboratory physicists currently understand, teach and write about are grossly in error. A very advanced and much more accurate theoretical framework has been developed by scientists of the black-programs community, but its fundamentals presently remain classified. From the standpoint of this new physics … relativity theory, quantum electrodynamics and quantum mechanics are referred to as ‘classical concepts,’ that is, they are regarded as terribly outdated.”
According to LaViolette this new theory of physics postulates that we exist in a matter-creating ether.
“Under the proper conditions, the ether is able to spawn subatomic particles that have wavelike characteristics. They form spontaneously from energy fluctuations of sufficiently large magnitude that occasionally emerge from the ether’s chaos. Thus, subquantum kinetics espouses a cosmology of continuous matter creation rather than a single big bang creation event.”
This ether sounds very similar to the conscious energy sea described in Lynne McTaggart’s The Field as well as the holographic model described in Michael Talbot’s The Holographic Universe. Add consciousness to the ether of subquantum kinetics and we have a universe of consciously created matter.
But before there was even a scientific framework for what Brown was doing with his electrogravitics research (at least in the public domain), Brown’s work went underground into the military’s black programs. And LaViolette postulates that the military had already been conducting research into electrogravitic propulsion long before Brown came along.
“Since Brown was a latecomer with a history of conducting independent investigations that did not adhere to normal security protocols, he could have been regarded as a threat to efforts to maintain the secrecy of R&D investigation.”
One could speculate that if the U.S. military did indeed continue research into the Nazi anti-gravity “Bell” device (using ex-Nazi scientists brought to the U.S. via Operation Paperclip), then it might make sense that the electrogravitic research LaViolette suggests existed in the black programs prior to Brown entering the scene may very well be the continuation of the research into the Nazi Bell.
LaViolette explains that Tesla, too, observed both matter-repellent and matter-attracting effects produced by radiant energy impulses from his magnifying transmitter. When Tesla died, his estate was sealed by the federal authorities and certain papers and notebooks that referenced his work into the more exotic fields of physics were removed and classified before the rest of his belongings were shipped to his native Yugoslavia. One could speculate that the physics being researched in the black programs is also built on Tesla’s work.
“Ben Rich, the man who had led the development of the F-117 Stealth Fighter at Lockheed’s secret research and development Skunk Works, gave an alumni speech at his UCLA alma mater in which he stated: ‘We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects, and it would take an act of God to even get them out to benefit humanity … Anything you can imagine, we already know how to do.'”
Exotic Propulsion – The B-2 Stealth Bomber
In 1992, a small group of renegade scientists and engineers who had been involved in black research projects disclosed to Aviation Week & Space Technology that the B-2 Stealth Bomber “electrostatically charges its exhaust stream and the leading edges of its winglike body.”
An article in Aviation Week explains that the front of the B-2 craft is positively charged while the exhaust pours out a negative charge behind it. As subquantum kinetics and electrogravitics tell us, the craft will gravitate towards the positively charged part of the craft’s magnetic field — in other words, propelling it forward.
Therefore, the B-2 currently employs anti-gravity technology.
Exotic Propulsion – The Electrogravitic Impulse Effect
Another area in which electrogravitics shows potential is the electrogravitic impulse effect.
“A high-voltage shock discharge produces a momentary gravitational thrust that we may refer to as the electrogravitic impulse effect.”
In the late ’60s and early ’70s, an electrical engineer named Tom Turman attempted to duplicate some of Brown’s work. Turman had some success even though he had no real funding. But one of the interesting things about his research is that:
“Turman obtained the greatest thrust when applying high-voltage DC pulses, an effect Brown had also noted. When energized in a pulsed fashion, Turman’s device achieved thrusts nearly sufficient to self-levitate.”
According to LaViolette, the impulse effect has proven to be superluminal – or, faster than the speed of light. This suggests that a craft using a propulsion system based on the electrogravitic impulse effect could travel faster than the speed of light
Exotic Propulsion – The Searl Effect
In the 1950s, British inventor John Searl also had success in building devices that could levitate. The Searl Effect generator “was not only able to propel itself with an overunity power efficiency,” meaning that it produced more energy than it consumed, ” but it was also able to defy gravity.”
Apparently, Searl had too much success because in the end:
“the Southern Electricity Board then prosecuted him on trumped-up charges of ‘stealing electricity by means of a unique device,’ and sued him for a large sum of money. As a result, Searl’s family broke up and he became very depressed. The Court had him confined to jail for about a year and while so detained an arsonist set his house on fire, destroying most of his records and equipment.”
Then and Now
LaViolette’s research paints a picture of the first half of the 20th century in which anti-gravity technology was concurrently being developed in top secret military programs while civilian scientists were kept on a tight leash by that very same military.
It is now the following century and the military’s black programs have been running for decades funded by countless billions of dollars to conduct their research. So what do they have?
First, they have a physical model of existence that is well in advance of what is taught at the university level. Einstein’s “general relativistic concept of gravitational space-time warping is a fiction.”
They also, apparently, have a fairly well developed anti-gravity propulsion system. This suggests that many of the UFO sightings the public sees may very well be our own secret military craft.
And LaViolette suggests that they have their own secret space program. (The idea that NASA is the public front agency for the Conspiracy’s far more technically advanced secret space program is heavily documented in Richard Hoagland’s most recent book, Dark Mission.)
“It is apparent that there has been an effort to keep secret the military’s capabilities in space. While NASA was mesmerizing the public with its rocket flights, aerospace companies were carrying out secret research on electrogravitics and microwave beam propulsion technologies. A good guess is that the U.S. military currently has large fleets of craft capable of hypersonic flight in space that use non-conventional means of propulsion.
“It seems the United States has ongoing, manned space operations that go beyond anyone’s wildest dreams, all taking place under a cloak of secrecy and all made possible by advanced field-effect propulsion technologies that were under intense development in the middle of the twentieth century.”
Apparently, the secret is out.
Ultimately, Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion is a scientific read that seems primarily aimed towards those who might be interested in following up on existing electrogravitic research, or simply for those who have enough of a scientific background to prepare them to understand the nuts and bolts of the physics behind electrogravitic technology.
But even without that scientific background, after reading LaViolette’s tome, one will undoubtedly be left with a much deeper understanding into the topic.
LaViolette titles his final chapter “A Technology That Could Change The World,” and it seems that this technology will, within our lifetimes, certainly change the course of human history. But will it be a change guided by the hand of the powers-that-be, those that have throughout history stopped at nothing to control this technology and subvert all those that might have stood in their way. Or will it be a change guided by the will of our collective Humanity?