Electrogravitics – A Simplified Description
by Amaterasu Solar
Electrogravitics… This technology was being developed and tested in all major aerospace companies in the 1950’s. Martin, Convair, Lear, Sperry, Raytheon, and many others all were eagerly studying electrogravitics. But in 1959 or early 1960, the technology became highly classified and the path to energy abundance was stymied. Here is a basic description of electrogravitics:
First, One has to understand that the model offered by Einstein is flawed… There are other models. There is one in particular…
The model, which I say is a far better one than relativity, is subquantum kinetics (SQK). Its developer, Dr. Paul A. LaViolette (an interesting character, to say the least), started with chemical kinetics (as above, so below?) and came up with SQK, being very concerned by its gravitational predictions. He had not heard of the Biefeld-Brown Effect, nor the work of T. Townsend Brown. He struggled with these predictions until He encountered Brown’s work, discovering that SQK predicted exactly what Brown was showing experimentally.
Why is SQK better than relativity?
It takes no element on faith: Einstien’s relativity is based on the faith that matter somehow “bends” space-time. Nowhere does He explain (or even try to) HOW or WHY this might be. One just has to take it on faith.
It explains things without the need for “renormalization;” relativity ends in infinities without this mathematical fudge.
It integrates EM with gravity. Einstein Himself died still trying to do so.
And it still predicts things like the lensing of light, the apparent time dilation, and all other predictions of relativity, plus more - all of which are testable (string theory is 100% untestable).
In fact, many of the mysteries of Einsteinian mathematics are predicted in SQK.
I recommend reading a book called Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion, by Dr. LaViolette, for more on the Biefeld-Brown Effect, Brown’s work, electrogravitics, SQK, and more. It can be read here:
In SQK, positively charged particles have a positive gravity potential “well.” (Positive particles have positive gravity.) Negatively charged particles have a negative gravity potential “hill.” (Negative particles have negative gravity.) The positive particle’s “well” is just the smallest fraction bigger than the negative “hill,” accounting for the apparent weakness of gravity, where essentially even amounts of positively charged and negatively charged particles make up common matter, and in quantities as big as the earth, say, offer a slight “well” overall, thus explaining why We are aware of gravity at all.
The Biefeld-Brown Effect was discovered when it was noted that a dielectric with electrodes attached at either end, would apparently lose weight when charged if the positive pole was pointed upwards on a scale, and apparently gain weight when reversed, when placed on a scale. It was soon discovered that it was not a weight loss, but a movement in the direction of the positive pole. Higher voltage increased this effect.
Further study showed that the higher the K of the dielectric, the more pronounced the movements became. Asymmetrical electrodes contribute to the increase of the effect, as well. Also, a non-linear dielectric produced greater movement than a linear one. With high K, non-linear dielectrics, a substantial force could be observed, even to the point of levitation with a local gravity field induced.
If, say, four devices were placed on a cross, each oriented 90° to the center and pointing in the same direction relative to that center, and a shaft was set at center and into a generator, when small amounts of energy are used at high voltage on the units, the resulting rotation will induce a greater output at the generator than the input to the units. Overunity (as energy is drawn from the zero point field) is achieved.
A petition for the release of electrogravitics from black projects has been started; please sign this petition and spread the information. If We can reach the tipping point of awareness, We can demand this technology: