NEW SPACE PROPULSION TECHNOLOGIES BEING TESTEDSeptember 6, 2013
You'll recall that I've been blogging off and on about the collateralization of space that seems to have been undertaken very early on in the postwar period, as a component of a hidden system of finance that I also believe to have been put into place by the military-industrial-intelligence-finance complex. This system, as I have argued in a number of books (The Nazi International, Saucers Swastikas and Psyops, Covert Wars and Breakaway Civilizations, and most recently, Covert Wars and the Clash of Civilizations) also required the tacit participation and influence of the very Axis elites that it had "defeated" in World War Two, leading to the creation of what I have called "the Nazi International," though a more accurate term might be "Fascist International," since this group appears to be a hidden distributed network of connections between Japanese yakuza and zaibatsu, European fascists of all stripes, and underground international criminal syndicates heavily involved in the drug trade, weapons, slavery, prostitution and, I suspect, a great deal of child trafficking and even more murky occult rituals.
I've also strongly suggested that the recent stories about asteroid mining are in one sense a confirmation of this "space collateralization" aspect of my high octane speculative scenario. But I have also argued that the idea of mining asteroids with mere chemical rockets is simply not cost effective, that there had to be some hidden technologies in play for this to be even remotely feasible or profitable.
No sooner said, then there are more and more articles about new forms of space propulsion technologies being tested for "proof of concept" even now. For example, consider these(and my thanks to my web developer for drawing my attention to the first article, and to Mr. M.T. for the second):
I want to draw your attention particularly to the following paragraphs in the second article:
"RINGS is composed of two units, each of which contains a specially fabricated coil of aluminum wire that supports an oscillating current of up to 18 amps and is housed within a protective polycarbonate shell. Microcontrollers ensure that the currents oscillate either in-phase or out-of-phase to produce attracting, repelling and even shearing forces. While aluminum wire was chosen for its low density in this research prototype, eventual systems would employ superconducting wires to significantly increase range and performance.
"In the spring of 2013, RINGS was tested for the first time in a microgravity environment on NASA's reduced gravity aircraft. UMD graduate students Allison Porter and Dustin Alinger were on hand to oversee the testing. RINGS achieved the first and only successful demonstration of EMFF in full six degrees of freedom to date.
"'While reduced gravity flights can only provide short, 15-20 second tests at a time, the cumulative test time over the four-day campaign provided extremely valuable data that will allow us to really get the most from the test sessions that we’ll have on the International Space Station,' said Sedwick." (emphasis added)
I am bold to suggest that what we might be observing here - reading a lot between the lines - is that the in phase or out of phase aspects of the RINGS experiment are playing with the geometry of the fields they are setting up; varying phase is, in effect, a way to vary the geometry of the system and its locality, and thus is playing into the assymetrical dipole aspects that was so crucial to the thinking of - yes, you guessed it - Thomas Townsend Brown. What I found intriguing in the statement was the reference to "shearing forces," an odd term to find in this connection, and one suggestive, perhaps, of torsion shear effects. What we are looking at, behind the carefully-worded prose, is in effect the electromagnetic manipulation of satellites, an electromagnetic propulsion system.
What the article is not telling you is that work on these types of systems began before World War Two; certainly Townsend Brown was involved with it, as I argue in Covert Wars and the Clash of Civilizations, and certainly the Nazis were as well, if one accepts some version of my speculative reconstructions of its operation. But however one slices the exotic propulsion apple, the fact of the matter remains that there is a strong prima facie case that this research began prior to World War Two. And given the vast sums of money that were created in the hidden system of finance - sums running into the trillions or possibly even quadrillions of dollars - then what we are looking at in these two articles is probably the tip of a very large iceberg.
The real point of the technologies, and the public release of them, would seem to be, then, the preparation of the culture for drastic change taking place during the next 100 years, change far more dramatic than that which propelled the leap from the industrial to the atomic age. What the articles may suggest, then, is that the hidden technologies not only exist, but have performance capabilities far in advance of what is being revealed in the articles. What the articles suggest is that a decision has been taken - one in agreement with the growing media focus on 3-d printing, with the growing focus on asteroid mining and the goals of the public American space program - to gradually release to the public what may already exist in private. This may, in fact, have been a decision thrust upon the financial-military-science technocrats by the internet, and by the fact that a growing number of people can read about the suppression of technologies - Tesla for example - by that financial elite for over a century. As more and more people question the official political histories due to the internet, more and more people have come to question the science histories and dogmas as well. The result, once again, maybe that the power elites, rather than being blindsided by a (technological) revolution, have decided that they can either lead, follow, or get out of the way.
But at the minimum, whether my wildly speculative scenario be true or not, I do think it is safe to say we are being shown the technologies that ultimately will allow that space collateralization to go forward.
See you on the flip side...