August 1, 2011 By Joseph P. Farrell

In my books The Philosophers' Stone, and more recently, in The Grid of the Gods, I have referred to the torsion research of Russian astrophysicist Dr. Nikolai Kozyrev. To recapitulate briefly, Kozyrev noticed that the Sun was emitting more energy than the standard "controlled h-bomb" model of stellar thermonuclear fusion would allow. This theory of stellar fusion was worked out in the 1920s and 1930s as a consequence of Einstein's general relativity theory. Kozyrev posited that there had to be another source of energy that stars were transducing from the fabric of space-time itself, i.e., energy was pouring into stars from the local geometry of time. This he called torsion, and set out to investigate it within highly classified research in the Soviet Union.

In a bizarre set of experiments, Kozyrev set up very finely adjusted balances on which he would place gyroscopes, and measure the changes in their mass as they were rotated clockwise and counter-clockwise. In a rather stunning confirmation of his torsion thesis, Kozyrev discovered that the direction of rotation would slightly modify the inertial mass of the gyroscopes. More importantly, he also discovered that the results would vary with time, and with the location on the surface of the earth where he performed his experiments.

Now consider this article, shared with me by my Facebook friend Jaime Paredes:


Gyroscope\'s unexplained acceleration may be due to modified inertia

What I wish to point out, beyond the rather exciting results of this study, is that Kozyrev has been denounced in certain circles, both inside Russia and without, as being a montebank, a dabbler in pseudo-science. But now, decades after Kozyrev began his torsion research with gyroscopes in the late 1950s and 1960s for the Soviet Union, we find mainstream science repeating the conceptual paradigms of his experiment. That implies, in short, that what may have been going on within the black projects of various nations probably far exceeds what is now, finally, being admitted publicly, namely, that rotation, and the geometry of a local system, including its thermal properties, have an effect on mass, and therefore, upon energy. Watch this one closely! See you on the flip side.