Speculation on Einstein’s Unified Field Theory tied in with origin of UFOs

Posted: January 30, 2015 in Antigravity Propulson, Underground Knowledge
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Strengthening the case for UFO’s being manmade and of earthly origins, is the history of electrogravitic propulsion. It’s a history that’s either known, little known, rumored or usually unknown – depending on who you talk to.

UFO enthusiasts admit the truth may not be out there after all

We explore this intriguing topic in our book ANTIGRAVITY PROPULSION: Human or Alien Technologies?

An excerpt from the book follows…

According to American linguist and bestselling author Charles Berlitz, there was a rumor at Princeton’s Institute for Advanced Study that Albert Einstein did indeed complete a version of his Unified Field Theory for Gravitation and Electricity – even though officially it remains a never-completed theory.

At first, this theory was published in German and appeared in a few scientific journals. In his papers, Einstein called his purported mathematical proof of the connection between the forces of electromagnetism and gravity as being “highly convincing”.

However, this work was withdrawn as incomplete, although no published reason is given save that Einstein suddenly grew dissatisfied with it.

British mathematician Lord Bertrand Russell considered Einstein’s Unified Field Theory complete, but felt that “Man is not ready for it and shan’t be until after World War III.”

Thus the Unified Field Theory on the connection between gravity and the electromagnetic field has remained unproven.

Leading scientist and former high-ranking employee of Japan’s Ministry of Defense, Dr. Takaaki Musha, published an article in the 2004, Issue 53 edition of the Infinite Energy Magazine relating to this very question. The article, which covers a unique formula Dr. Musha developed for the link between electromagnetism and gravitation, was titled The possibility of strong coupling between electricity and gravitation.

After publication of the article, Dr. Musha claims he was contacted by Doctor (name redacted) from the Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy, in Bulgaria. The Bulgarian scientist, whose name we have withheld due to our inability to reach him for comment before this book’s publication, was already working on a similar formula to Dr. Musha’s.

Dr. Musha…developed unique formula.

According to Dr. Musha, the Bulgarian’s “formulation proves it is possible to create an unbalanced acceleration by creating intense electric and magnetic fields in a dielectric or ferromagnetic medium. These predicted coupling effects for electromagnetic and gravitational fields would be static and thus they should be able to produce a net force to propel a spaceship.”

The Bulgarian scientist wrote two papers on his formula in 1994.

“However,” Dr. Musha claims, these “papers were rejected by two well-known science journals.”

The strong implication is there was a cover-up. Either that or mainstream science was just not prepared to consider such theories on antigravity.

T.T. Brown, who discovered this electrogravitic effect first, conducted several experiments during the 1950’s and succeeded to generate thrust without the reliance on a surrounding medium, such as air, by applying high voltages to materials with high dielectric constants. Around this time, US aerospace companies also become involved in such research, but their results are mostly classified.

In the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, a rash of observer sightings of unidentified, high-speed, high-flying air vehicles continued, but the US Government repeatedly denied it had developed an aircraft to replace the Mach 3-plus Lockheed SR-71 strategic reconnaissance platform – indicating it (the government) was content to let the public assume the sightings were of the SR-71.

In the 1990’s, a quest for an antigravity propulsion system was conducted by the USAF Science Applications International Corporation on behalf of USAF’s then Astronautics Laboratory at Edwards AFB. (Area 51 is a detachment of Edwards ABF, which is responsible for testing of advanced flying vehicles). British multinational defence and aerospace company BAE Systems also provided internal resources for its own antigravity studies.

However, there was no significant progress in this area. At least not officially.

In the late 1990’s, Dr. Musha says he worked with the Honda Corporation Research Institute in Japan and conducted an experiment to confirm the electrogravitic effect. Astonishingly, Dr. Musha claims he and the Honda Corporation obtained a positive result.

Dr. Musha also says, “In Dr. Thomas Valone’s 1993 book Electrogravitics Systems: Reports on a New Propulsion Methodology, Dr. Paul LaViolette claimed that electrogravitic technology was developed under US Air Force black projects since late 1954, and it may now have been put to practical use in the B-2 Advanced Technology Bomber to provide an exotic auxiliary mode of propulsion.”

Dr. Musha continues, “An electrogravitic drive of B-2 could allow it to fly at a sufficiently high speed at high altitude, or even (in) space, and it could fly around the world without refueling in an antigravity mode.”

In his paper Connection Between Einstein’s Unified Field Theory and the Biefeld-Brown Effect, Dr. Musha mentioned a follow-up experiment to his one with the Honda Corporation in the 1990’s. It was conducted at Meisei University in Tokyo in 2003. According to Dr. Musha, the experiment involved “manufacturing a giant lifter.” The scientists at the university succeeded in raising the lifter into the air where it hovered with complete stability at 15 meters (approximately 50 feet) above the ground inside the university’s gymnasium.

Experiments involving lifters (also known as ionocrafts or ion-propelled crafts), which produce thrust in the air without any moving parts or combustion, are quite controversial in academic circles. Some scientists believe these craft are propelled solely by ion winds while others say they involve at least some antigravitational forces.

“Lifters are basically very primitive antigravity devices,” says Dr. Musha. “Most scientists believe they are propelled by the ion wind generated by high potential electric fields, but it is not true. The Meisei University experiment appears to prove this. Some of the force that lifted the craft in that experiment was antigravitational because it was very stable as it hovered in the air inside the room. Ion wind cannot hover a giant craft in a stable fashion inside a room as shown in the photo.”

All this confirms once again that science, and especially suppressed or classified science, may have long-ago evolved to the point where building antigravity spacecraft has been entirely possible.

Possible, that is, without any assistance from ET civilizations.


To check out ANTIGRAVITY PROPULSION: Human or Alien Technologies? go to – http://www.amazon.com/ANTIGRAVITY-PROPULSION-Technologies-Underground-Knowledge-ebook/dp/B00RSF22SI/



To view the discussion thread on antigravity propulsion (the phenomenon) in our ‘Underground Knowledge’ group on Goodreads check out: https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/142309-29-conspiracy-theories—a-discussion-group >>> Everyone’s welcome!




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