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Electrogravitics might be described as a synthesis of electrostatic energy used for propulsion - either vertical propulsion or horizontal or both - and gravitics, or dynamic counterbary, in which energy is also used to set up a local gravitational force independent of the earth's.
Though electrostatic motors were thought of in 1925, electrogravitics had its birth after the War, when T. Townsend Brown sought to improve on the various proposals that then existed for electrostatic motors sufficiently to produce some visible manifestation of sustained motion. Whereas earlier electrostatic tests were essentially pure research, Brown's rigs were aimed from the outset at producing a flying article. As a private venture he produced evidence of motion using condensers in a couple of saucers suspended by arms rotating round a central tower with input running down the arms.
George Green with the vehicle toward the end of this video shows a possible Pleiadian/Umo spacecraft (called “the wedding cake?) with 3 rows of what appear to be electromagnetic transducers on the craft that form 3 horseshoe magnets (see below). Mr. Green point out a gap, which is where positive & negative poles meet. The warping of space-time along these transducers appears to make the craft look solid when in certain modes of flight.
The essence of electrogravitic thrust is the use of a very strong positive charge on one side of the vehicle and a negative on the other. The core of the motor must therefore be a condenser, and the ability (called the k-number) of the condenser to hold its charge is the yardstick of its performance. If the k-number of air is assumed to be equal to 1, current dielectrical materials (condensers that have a positive ability to hold their charge) can yield 6, and use of barium aluminate can raise this considerably barium titanium oxide (a baked ceramic) can offer 6,000 and there is promise of 30,000, which would be sufficient for supersonic speed.
Dr. Directory:Steven M. Greer makes the point that although there is much discussion among nuclear physicists today concerning the possibilities of electrogravitic drives, such drives have already been created and used in the private sector within a "black ops" environment to produce what he called Alien Reproduction Vehicles (ARVs). Therefore we, those of us not in the know of the shadow military-industrial complex, are trying to re-discover what became classified and was extensively developed behind the scenes, back in the 50s.
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