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by Congress:Member:Leslie R. Pastor






Eric Laithwaite the promoter of the MagLev, the discoverer of the nullification of gravity via the mechanism of ‘rotation’ has provided significant documentation regarding his discoveries from Imperial College in England. Even after his death his legacy precedes him. His contributions are significant and I will endeavor to allow him to present the facts as he uncovered them via a series of documentary videos:

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Laithwaite provides us with his understanding of electromagnetism via the following demonstration involving an interesting analogue demonstration:





The entire construct of the Creation ‘rotates.’ From the smallest element of the atom, the electron, to the largest galaxies throughout the Cosmic Void, known as ‘space-time.’ And yet ‘rotation’ is the least understood aspect of the Creation, by our present science. Rotation was so significant that Michael Faraday devoted serious study to it in 1831. And then it became forgotten, until recently, in the twentieth century, but with much difficulty, obfuscation and intransigence, due to rigid orthodoxy from our established science community.

Dr. Antony C. Sutton sent me his first edition copy of The View From 4-Space on June 14, 1999, and asked me to review it. He sent the book unsolicited, and wrote on the front page: "To Les Pastor with warm regards from the author" (signed) Antony C. Sutton. I was honored, and the content provoked me to seriously consider the implications presented by the manuscript. Dr. Sutton was apprising me first-hand regarding the rigidity of our establishment science community, and made me aware of this fact.

I will endeavor on this page to provide a serious analysis of Dr. Antony C. Sutton’s monumental work, The View From 4-Space, FTIR Publications, 1999, Copyright, 1998, Antony Sutton. [first edition].



The Emergence of Anomaly in Research (The View From 4-Space - Antony C. Sutton, pp 57-60)

Famous physicist Max Planck once commented: "New and unsuspected phenomena are, however repeatedly, uncovered in scientific research." They are almost always uncovered outside the purview and influence of academic rigidity by talented and independent individuals who can see beyond the Site:LRP:DOGMA."

The N Machine Anomaly

Direct extraction of electrical energy from space uses the N-effect achieved by rotating magnetic fields and first noted by Michael Faraday in December 1831.

This concept remained dormant until the 1960s when Bruce DePalma, then an instructor at MIT, built a working model which generated over-unity. This was later repeated by Paramahamsa Tewari of the Atomic Energy Board in India and Shiuji Inomata in Japan, who built a beautifully engineered model. These researchers reported over-unity efficiency and have since improved their models.

After ejection from MIT, De Palma went to the Sunburst Community, Santa Barbara, Calif., where in the 1980s he built more sophisticated N-machines. At this point the development follows a pattern that should be followed by more inventors……..DePalma took his machine to Stanford University and arranged for Dr. Robert Kincheloe, professor emeritus of electrical engineering at Stanford, to test and evaluate.

Understandably, Dr. Kincheloe was skeptical. The DePalma machine offended the most basic laws of physics, a gigantic anomaly. The impact was sufficient to have DePalma ejected from MIT. Unless the reader has personally faced these situations, the dilemma facing both DePalma and Kincheloe can hardly be comprehended. They were challenging the paradigm. [However, Kincheloe undertook the task and reported on the N-machine]. After testing and evaluation, he concluded:

DePalma may have been right in that there is indeed a situation here whereby energy is being obtained from a previously unknown and unexplained source. This is a conclusion that most scientists and engineers would reject out-of-hand as being a violation of accepted laws of physics, and if true, has incredible implications.

One can almost sense the struggle going on within Kincheloe. A professor emeritus at Stanford with a lifetime of belief in certain inviolable laws, taught to generations of students and assumed in laboratory experimentation………all this going out the window.

Conceivably, Kincheloe had talked with Dr. William Tiller, also at Stanford (Chairman of the Materials Science Department). Tiller is prominently mentioned in John White’s Future Science and has developed extremely interesting frameworks for understanding the New Science.

The irony of it!

Back in 1831, Michael Faraday’s notebooks recorded routine work on rotating magnetic fields. This 1831 experimentation is still not explained by modern electrical engineering. Rigid theory excluded this Faraday work for over 150 years. In 1986, along came Kincheloe to see the "incredible implications."

Nothing changed from 1830 to 1986 except scientific attitudes. Man has clamped iron laws on phenomena incompletely and inadequately understood. Generations of students had been forced to apply these inadequate laws and any student who challenged the laws will never graduate. Congress and alumni pour funds into this artificial structure and call it "science"!

If Bruce DePalma had been less honest and dispassionate then Michael Faraday’s observations could have gone another century as a quaint anomaly without significance…..and the academic priesthood continued its reign uninterrupted.

For an earlier insight :



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