Mr. P.J. sent this one along, and though it is full of a lot of technical terminology, the implications - especially for our high octane speculations - are enormous. It seems mathematicians have now proven that it is possible to modulate information into gravity waves just as information is modulated into electromagnetic waves to produce radio and television signals. Moreover, the wave structures involved, judging by the description in the article, appear to involve (here it comes) both longitudinal wave and torsion properties (where have we heard that before?):

Mathematicians confirm the possibility of data transfer via gravitational waves

Here's the center of their achievement:

Gravitational waves are waves of curvature in -time, which, according to General Relativity, are completely determined by space-time itself. Currently, there are reasons to consider space-time as a more complex structure with additional geometrical characteristics such as torsion and nonmetricity. In this case, geometrically speaking, space-time turns from a Riemannian space envisaged by the General Relativity (GR) into a generalized affine—metrical space. Respective gravitational field equations that generalize Einstein's equations show that torsion and nonmetricity can also spread in the form of waves—in particular, at a great distance from wave sources.

In order to describe , RUDN researchers used mathematical abstraction—an affine space, i.e., a usual vector space but without an origin of coordinates. They proved that in such a mathematical representation of gravitational waves, there are functions that remain invariable in the process of wave distribution. It is possible to set an arbitrary function to encode any information in approximately same way that electromagnetic waves transfer a radio signal.

If scientists can develop a method to incorporate these constructions in a wave source, they could reach any point in space without change. Thus, gravitational waves could be used for data transfer. The study consisted of three stages. First, RUDN mathematicians calculated the Lie derivative—a function that binds the properties of bodies in two different spaces: an affine space and a Minkowski space. It allowed them to pass from the description of waves in real space to their mathematical interpretation.

At the second stage, the researchers determined five arbitrary functions of time, i.e., the constructions that do not change in process of distribution of a wave. With their help, the characteristics of a wave can be set in a source, thus encoding any information. In another point in space, this information can be decoded, providing the possibility of information transfer. In the third stage, the researchers proved the theorem of the structure of plane nonmetricity in gravitational waves. It turned out that from four dimensions of a wave (three spatial ones and one time dimension), three can be used to encode an informational signal using only one function, and in the fourth dimension with use of two functions. (Emphasis added)

When I first read this, I was reminded of T.Townsend Brown's proposals in 1955, under his "Project Winterhaven" memorandum to US defense officials, to develop longitudinal wave signaling and detection systems. His reason for proposing such a scheme was that in his understanding, such waves propagated at faster-than-light velocity, and hence, any advanced civilization was far more likely to use such means to communicate on an interplanetary or even inter-stellar means, than by using the far slower "pony express" means of electromagnetic waves. The implication of that, if true, would mean that programs like SETI are either looking for the wrong thing, or that they are a form of distraction for "public consumption". Similar claims have been associated with Tesla's Colorado Springs experiments and have been made for torsion waves by a number of other people. This is not the place to evaluate those claims.

What intrigued me here was rather something very different that was implied by this article. The first is the implication that gravity waves - "planar" or longitudinal waves - are a form of information in and of themselves. Let that sink in for a moment. The implication of this, in its turn, is that every celestial body creates its own "gravity signature" due to its mass and, equally importantly, though neglected in the "school" physics we learned growing up, a "torsion signature" due to its period of rotation. This type of thinking led the physicists Gerlach, Lense, and Thirring to speculate on frame-dragging effects on orbital satellites in the late 1920s and 1930s, and in my own speculative attempts to "reverse engineer" the conceptual thinking behind the Nazi Bell project, to propose similar effects for that device. This leads to the second implication, for the interplay and interlock of several such systems would create a dynamic torsion effect, variable over time as planetary positions changed. The implication of this in turn is that if one views all these things as forms of information, then gravity might be viewed as a form of information entanglement. All this leads up to a zinger of high octane speculation, for it might thus be possible to modulate information into an entire planet, thus affecting the entire planetary field with that information. How to do this? Well, if gravity waves are planar or longitudinal waves affecting the rarefaction and compression of the lattice-work of space, then one way might be through the establishment of beat frequencies within a planet (think Tesla here), i.e., one way to do so might be through the use of a more commonly known longitudinal wave: sound.  An entire planet could thus become, in such a system, both a detector of such waves, in addition to being an antenna or transmitter of them.

High octane speculation to be sure, but it is rather exciting to ponder.

See you on the...

...oh, by the way... did I mention that the cruciform pattern of churches and cathedrals is a three dimensional analogue of a tesseract, or hyper-cube? And what's in churches capable of creating lots of longitudinal waves and of using the building as a resonating cavity to "get a grip on the Earth" to quote Nicola Tesla? Just speculation, I know. But it's fun to ponder, along with that "intentionality" thing...

See you on the flip side...


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. alisonbell on October 20, 2018 at 4:59 pm

    Thusly, the mighty pipe organ becomes a way to talk to the universe…

  2. zendogbreath on October 17, 2018 at 1:30 am

    what are those old time rural america churches (appalachian?) built of rustic wood where the congregation gets together and sings as loud as they can to the point of vibrating the church and the building thrums like an instrument itself?

  3. goshawks on October 16, 2018 at 8:09 am

    “And what’s in churches capable of creating lots of longitudinal waves and of using the building as a resonating cavity to ‘get a grip on the Earth’ to quote Nicola Tesla?”

    Hmmm. I’d say Consciousness, wrapped in human bodies and entrained by hymnals and rhythmic sound waves. Powerful…

    • Robert Barricklow on October 16, 2018 at 11:53 am

      Loved your conclusion:
      human being’s consciousness.

  4. anakephalaiosis on October 16, 2018 at 6:48 am

    The “deified loop” explains re-ligare. 4x2x4=32. Closing circle is 33rd position, on the top of the pyramid.

    It points toward pre-biblical science, to be reverse engineered. Symbols transcend the language barrier. They are crystal clear.

    Memory palace is just a sequence of a repeating fugue in a flesh tent.

  5. BetelgeuseT-1 on October 16, 2018 at 3:46 am

    Apologies if this appears twice.

    Are we (finally) being taken out of the light-speed straight-jacket that we’ve been confined to (artificially / intentionally) for so long? We can only hope.

    Regarding Dr Farrell’s question “And what’s in churches capable of creating lots of longitudinal waves and of using the building as a resonating cavity to “get a grip on the Earth” to quote Nicola Tesla?”
    Yep, the majestic pipe organ. As Dr Farrell said, the church itself is the sound-box, the resonance chamber. For added effect, add planetary alignment.
    Here’s Eric Dollard again:
    yout ube.c om/watch?v=Y9N34dawm00

    • zendogbreath on October 16, 2018 at 11:05 pm

      beetlejuis, where are parts 1, 2 and through 12?

      • BetelgeuseT-1 on October 18, 2018 at 2:36 am

        zdb, don’t know sorry. I looked specifically for this particular video, because saw it before several years ago as part of another documentary.
        Have seen more videos with this interview though, where he sits in his car, so these may be some of those 12 parts you’re looking for. Not sure.

  6. BetelgeuseT-1 on October 16, 2018 at 3:43 am

    Are we (finally) being taken out of the light-speed straight-jacket that we’ve been confined to (artificially / intentionally) for so long? We can only hope.

    Regarding Dr Farrell’s question “And what’s in churches capable of creating lots of longitudinal waves and of using the building as a resonating cavity to “get a grip on the Earth” to quote Nicola Tesla?”
    Yep, the majestic pipe organ. As Dr Farrell said, the church itself is the sound-box, the resonance chamber. For added effect, add planetary alignment.
    Here’s Eric Dollard again:

    • Ronin on October 24, 2018 at 10:02 am

      Wow. I’ve never heard of Dollard before. I managed to find the full interview and if half of what he claims is true, he dropped some major bombs. One thing he said that stood out to me, was that stars and even planets are not visible until mass is introduced, I believe the term he used was “the Earth’s envelope.” What peaked my interest on this claim, is former astronaut interviews and ISS webcasts, the individuals have said in several of these interviews that the stars were not visible when traveling in space. The electric universe theory is something I’ve always intended on diving into, but haven’t gotten around to it yet.

  7. Richard on October 16, 2018 at 2:18 am

    . . . Nature seems to talk to humankind regularly, but it doesn’t use English or any of the other thousands of languages available. . . Humankind uses language to interpret what Nature yields to the observing sensory apparatuses that are stimulated directly by what is affectionately termed Nature. . . Deciphering that coincidental loop of Nature has had humankind babbling since babbling began it seems. . .

    . . . Gravity seems to be everywhere, where ever there and where seem to be. . . It goes through that which is, and it has something of a tell-tale sign of its presence when light curves or space / time distorts. . . Magnetism and its close cousin, electromagnetism, probably ought not be shoe-horned into any permanent law, if at all, just yet. . .

    . . . Initially, not knowing where the flash-point may be for your “high-octane speculation,” one was strangely reminded of what Ben Rich said at an UCLA Alumni Speech back in 1993, “We now have the technology to take ET back home.”. . Then along came your often mentioned Lockheed Martin memory remnant and data from experimentations Boyd Bushman mentioned was tossed out because it didn’t quite fit the proclaimed theory that the experiments actually produced yet where done to test. . . Data should NEVER be tossed out, but simply catalogued until this lengthy, linear, and imprecise language (The Language Conundrum) can be used to decipher and understand what happened with the experiment(s). . .

    . . . Terrestrial physics might boast of knowing 5 Major Forces [Strong force (atomic binding Gluons; Electromagnetism (light photons); Weak force (W and Z Bosons), Gravity (Gravitons); Magnetism (Magnetic force) – so I’m told – but what are these 3 other forces some folks have theorized? And, Neutrino Universe? . . Like gravity neutrinos presumably permeate matter. . . One wonders if the Large Force, Kinetic Force, and Repulsive Force are the three, as yet, missing forces of the 8 forces now suggested by theorists. . . One wonders where they’re looking for those these days. . . Given what language is, they’re not spelled out anywhere that one knows. . . But some of the observations one has made over the years one has yet to find faith in science anywhere obvious to the sensory apparatuses despite its usefulness and occasional successes – It nearly always comes with a shoe-horned explanation of accounting. . .

    Always been fascinated with the illusions a computer animated rotating hypercube suggests. . .

    • Robert Barricklow on October 16, 2018 at 11:49 am

      Outstanding first paragraph!

  8. unclejed on October 15, 2018 at 8:16 pm

    “And what’s in churches capable of creating lots of longitudinal waves and of using the building as a resonating cavity to “get a grip on the Earth” to quote Nicola Tesla?” . . . . . . A Pipe Organ ???

  9. marcos toledo on October 15, 2018 at 6:37 pm

    Subspace communication a la Star Trek anyone as for SETI I have thought it has from the start been a dog and pony show. If you are doing space exploration you need fast and reliable communication between outposts and the homeworld as little delay in messaging as possible.

    • paraschtick on October 18, 2018 at 6:36 pm

      During lunch a couple of days ago, I needed something to watch … being bored, or something. So I brought up Netflix, and ended up watching the first episode of the new Star Trek series, Discovery. A few things leapt out at me. One was the hideous smugness of the main character (Michael(!!!)) and the captain on the planet in the beginning (god I wanted to throttle them). The unbelievable arrogance of the main character who was mutinous, and claiming that a Klingon had ambushed her (honestly if it was real, she would have been shot!! :D). Utter nonsense if you watch it. And the “sub-space” thing that you just mentioned Marcus. Information, and maybe eventually sound carried within gravitational waves would be ideal for this. Although, maybe they should be longitudinal to get the faster than light effect? Anyway, yeah … TOTALLLY subspace … I’ll get onto it now … although my time machine still needs a bit of work …

  10. Robert Barricklow on October 15, 2018 at 11:57 am

    The slow-drip of scientific “truths” are matriculating from the priests into the streams unwashed masses[worldwide?]. No doubt, with various proprietary strings of all sorts & kinds. That the lie derivative plays a role; adds to this Orwellian rich slow drip mixture.
    I was already conjecturing these waves would not obey the speed of light speed limits when I read literally read it Then one could see huge ancient stones being moved by them; or, used in space travel; why the possibilities are astoundingly, literally earth shaking!

  11. anakephalaiosis on October 15, 2018 at 6:12 am

    Gravitas is a quality. It relates to the last Runic symbol. Mental gravitas affects physical realm. Deep space is rather deep. That is why Druids were called “lord of darkness”, in a cosmological sense.

    According to Julius Caesar, «[Druids] are said there to learn by heart a great number of verses; accordingly some remain in the course of training twenty years. Nor do they regard it lawful to commit these to writing, though in almost all other matters, in their public and private transactions, they use Greek characters.» (Quote: The Gallic Wars)

    Either one had to learn innumerous verses in twenty years, or one had to learn a limited number, that takes twenty years to unriddle logically. If latter be the case, then the memory palace of the Runic symbols most certainly fits the description of a Druidic curriculum. I rest my case.

    Torch is lively flame, 
    burning friendly and bright,
    amongst honest men.

  12. Kahlypso on October 15, 2018 at 5:13 am

    And we’re all being sprayed with micro antennas. It must have been easier when they could just use the pyramidons on the obelisks to receive the longitudinal waves.

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