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Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion: Tesla, UFOs, and Classified Aerospace Technology

Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion: Tesla, UFOs, and Classified Aerospace Technology

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A complete investigation of the development and suppression of antigravity and field propulsion technologies

• Reveals advanced aerospace technologies capable of controlling gravity that could revolutionize air travel and energy production

• Reviews numerous field propulsion devices that have thrust-to-power ratios thousands of times

Overview

A complete investigation of the development and suppression of antigravity and field propulsion technologies

• Reveals advanced aerospace technologies capable of controlling gravity that could revolutionize air travel and energy production

• Reviews numerous field propulsion devices that have thrust-to-power ratios thousands of times greater than a jet engine

• Shows how NASA participates in a cover-up to block adoption of advanced technologies under military development

In Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion, physicist Paul LaViolette reveals the secret history of antigravity experimentation--from Nikola Tesla and T. Townsend Brown to the B-2 Advanced Technology Bomber. He discloses the existence of advanced gravity-control technologies, under secret military development for decades, that could revolutionize air travel and energy production. Included among the secret projects he reveals is the research of Project Skyvault to develop an aerospace propulsion system using intense beams of microwave energy similar to that used by the strange crafts seen flying over Area 51.

Using subquantum kinetics--the science behind antigravity technology--LaViolette reviews numerous field-propulsion devices and technologies that have thrust-to-power ratios thousands of times greater than that of a jet engine and whose effects are not explained by conventional physics and relativity theory. He then presents controversial evidence about the NASA cover-up in adopting these advanced technologies. He also details ongoing Russian research to duplicate John Searl’s self-propelled levitating disc and shows how the results of the Podkletnov gravity beam experiment could be harnessed to produce an interstellar spacecraft.

Paul A. LaViolette, Ph.D., is president of the Starburst Foundation, an interdisciplinary research institute, and holds advanced degrees in systems science and physics. The author of Genesis of the Cosmos, Earth Under Fire, Decoding the Message of the Pulsars, and Subquantum Kinetics, he lives in New York.

Editorial Reviews

Steven M. Greer
“Kudos to Paul LaViolette for disclosing the important new science of electro-magneto-gravitic propulsion. For over fifty years, humanity has continued to use earth-destroying primitive fuels when an ocean of infinite energy teems all around us. It is time that the truth be known!”
Eugene Podkletnov
“One of the boldest and most exciting books on gravity control to be put forward in our times. Paul LaViolette is an outstanding scientist and the first to reverse engineer the B-2’s highly classified propulsion system.”
From the Publisher
"If you buy only one book on antigravity/electrogravity, this had better be the one! I have been a fan of Townsend Brown since the early eighties. This book showed me things I DID NOT know! . . . Secrets ARE revealed."

"Numerous field-propulsion devices and techologies that have huge thrust-to-power ratios are surveyed in chapters which offer new science ideas and theories perfect for any new age library."

“Kudos to Paul LaViolette for disclosing the important new science of electro-magneto-gravitic propulsion. For over fifty years, humanity has continued to use earth-destroying primitive fuels when an ocean of infinite energy teems all around us. It is time that the truth be known!”

“One of the boldest and most exciting books on gravity control to be put forward in our times. Paul LaViolette is an outstanding scientist and the first to reverse engineer the B-2’s highly classified propulsion system.”

“Paul LaViolette has once again unearthed advanced knowledge that can change our lives. This is a landmark book to be read and discussed by anyone concerned about humanity’s options for the near future.”

“Paul LaViolette is one of the most interesting and innovative thinkers probing the limits and horizons of contemporary physics. In this book he takes up a challenge that many of us have thought about but could not document: the possibility of propulsion systems that practically defy gravity. His findings merit earnest consideration, debate, and discussion.”

“Paul LaViolette’s investigations into this most mysterious of subjects are at once fascinating and prescient.”

author of Science and the Akashic Field Ervin Laszlo
“Paul LaViolette is one of the most interesting and innovative thinkers probing the limits and horizons of contemporary physics. In this book he takes up a challenge that many of us have thought about but could not document: the possibility of propulsion systems that practically defy gravity. His findings merit earnest consideration, debate, and discussion.”
author of The Hunt for Zero Point: Inside the Nick Cook
“Paul LaViolette’s investigations into this most mysterious of subjects are at once fascinating and prescient.”
author of The Coming Energy Revolution: The Se Jeane Manning
“Paul LaViolette has once again unearthed advanced knowledge that can change our lives. This is a landmark book to be read and discussed by anyone concerned about humanity’s options for the near future.”
Sept 2008 The Midwest Book Review
"Numerous field-propulsion devices and techologies that have huge thrust-to-power ratios are surveyed in chapters which offer new science ideas and theories perfect for any new age library."
Ervin Laszlo
“Paul LaViolette is one of the most interesting and innovative thinkers probing the limits and horizons of contemporary physics. In this book he takes up a challenge that many of us have thought about but could not document: the possibility of propulsion systems that practically defy gravity. His findings merit earnest consideration, debate, and discussion.”
Nick Cook
“Paul LaViolette’s investigations into this most mysterious of subjects are at once fascinating and prescient.”
Jeane Manning
“Paul LaViolette has once again unearthed advanced knowledge that can change our lives. This is a landmark book to be read and discussed by anyone concerned about humanity’s options for the near future.”
T. Long
"If you buy only one book on antigravity/electrogravity, this had better be the one! I have been a fan of Townsend Brown since the early eighties. This book showed me things I DID NOT know! . . . Secrets ARE revealed."
The Midwest Book Review
"Numerous field-propulsion devices and techologies that have huge thrust-to-power ratios are surveyed in chapters which offer new science ideas and theories perfect for any new age library."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781591439905
Publisher:
Inner Traditions/Bear & Company
Publication date:
07/10/2008
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Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
512
Sales rank:
681,049
File size:
10 MB

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From Chapter 7

PROJECT SKY VAULT


7.1 EARLY MICROWAVE RESEARCH

The story Tom later told me about the Skyvault project was quite astounding. He said that he first heard about it in the fall of 1974 when working for an engineering firm in Texas. His supervisor, with whom he had come to be very good friends, one day told him about a top secret government project that he had formerly worked on between 1952 and 1957 at North American Aviation (which later became North American Rockwell). The project had been initiated by the defense department through North American’s Rocketdyne division. Although Tom’s boss had already passed away, Tom did not wish to reveal his name. So to facilitate this discussion we will simply call him “Dr. Murray” (since he was a Ph.D.). Dr. Murray had told Tom that the purpose of this project was to develop an antigravity vehicle that used microwave beams as its means for propulsion. It is uncertain whether Skyvault was the official name of the project, but at least this is what the scientists at Rocketdyne used to call it.
Although Project Skyvault was initiated by the government in the early 1950s, investigations into this exotic microwave propulsion technique actually dated back to the late 1940s. Dr. Murray said that during that time he had worked on projects that were associated with an initial phase of this research and had later continued this work at Rocketdyne where he worked up until the 1960s. This microwave antigravity propulsion research project was still in progress in 1974, because Tom learned that a close friend of Murray’s was then still working on the project at North American Rockwell, presumably in its Rocketdyne division. At that time the whole matter was still very secret because there was a lot that his boss couldn’t tell him about the project.
Later in 1975, Tom obtained what he felt was additional confirmation for the existence of Project Skyvault when the military sent his Texas-based engineering firm a bid request for building a vehicle launch gantry in New Mexico. From the blatant description of the shape of the gantry and the way it was to be built, he recognized that this was to be a launcher for a microwave beam antigravity craft. In this particular version the power was generated on the ground and sent up to the craft as a microwave beam. The beam was emitted from upward-pointing microwave horns that were supported by the launch gantry. The craft was made of a special kind of material that was repelled by microwaves and hence was to be buoyed upward by the beam; see figure 7.1. A portion of the beam was returned to the ground to “modulate” the outgoing microwave beam. The craft was to be able to go straight up and down and could only deviate a small amount to either side of vertical.

Figure 7.1. (not seen here) Artist’s conception of a Skyvault-type craft being launched on a ground-based microwave beam (© 2007, P. LaViolette)

The discussion about Project Skyvault that is presented here and in the next chapter is based on notes I had made of my conversations with Tom and on some notes Tom had sent me. This includes copies of notes that he had made of his 1974 discussions with Dr. Murray and a copy of a letter written by Dr. Murray’s friend who was at the time still working on Project Skyvault (see appendix E).
According to Dr. Murray, the first indication that microwaves could be used for propulsion came about when it was discovered that they could move objects if the objects happened to be made from the right kind of material. They believed that the microwave beam was somehow inducing a gravitational force on the object. The idea that microwaves could move objects was believable to Tom as he had heard of something remotely similar from a radar engineer friend of his who worked at Homestead Air Force Base in Florida. His friend had witnessed an experiment in which a low-power microwave beam from a klystron tube was aimed at pencils placed on a table and caused them to move around. Tom theorized that the microwaves must induce electric charge gradients in certain materials having nonlinear electrical properties and that the observed movement was actually due to the Biefeld-Brown effect imparting a thrust to the material.
The group that Dr. Murray had worked with had experimented with many different kinds of samples to find out which worked best. Paper, silk, and some kinds of wood, for example, showed no movement. Brick and concrete also exhibited no movement, being essentially transparent to the microwaves. They found that some materials would move quite violently while others would just vaporize. Aluminum foil would move but would disintegrate upon exposure. They carried out extensive tests subjecting various kinds of materials to microwave waveforms of varying shapes and accumulated data on the destruction and burning of the materials and on the effect of shock waves on those materials that responded. They found that the best propulsion effect occurred in materials that had a particular magnetic property.
Dr. Murray said their group found that the effects were very frequency sensitive, that there were certain frequency bands that were characteristic of each material. If they got the frequency off by a slight amount, the object could suddenly vaporize. He described an experience they had in their lab one time when they were experimenting with various frequencies. He said they had turned on their microwave generator and it produced a bluish microwave beam that blew a hole through their laboratory wall and through an adjoining outside embankment as well. The beam was going into another building before they managed to shut it off. He said it “scared the living daylights out of them.”

What People are saying about this

Jeane Manning
“Paul LaViolette has once again unearthed advanced knowledge that can change our lives. This is a landmark book to be read and discussed by anyone concerned about humanity’s options for the near future.”
Ervin Laszlo
“Paul LaViolette is one of the most interesting and innovative thinkers probing the limits and horizons of contemporary physics. In this book he takes up a challenge that many of us have thought about but could not document: the possibility of propulsion systems that practically defy gravity. His findings merit earnest consideration, debate, and discussion.”
Nick Cook
“Paul LaViolette’s investigations into this most mysterious of subjects are at once fascinating and prescient.”
T. Long
"If you buy only one book on antigravity/electrogravity, this had better be the one! I have been a fan of Townsend Brown since the early eighties. This book showed me things I DID NOT know! . . . Secrets ARE revealed.

Meet the Author

Paul A. LaViolette, Ph.D., is president of the Starburst Foundation, an interdisciplinary research institute, and holds advanced degrees in systems science and physics. The author of Genesis of the Cosmos, Earth Under Fire, Decoding the Message of the Pulsars, Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion, and Subquantum Kinetics, he lives in New York.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is one of the most fun books I've read in years. While no real proof is provided for the thesis of this book, it is absolutely required reading for anyone trying to weed their way through the hype and jargon of new alternative energy and propulsion technologies. After reading this book one can read a report from NASA and get a quick idea of what is not being reported or why they spend millions of dollars to study how the earth was created and where other life can be found. If you are a happy believer of classical science then don't read this book. If you are frustrated of the failure of classical science's ability to understand or mathematically prove the unknown then read this book. Someone is going to build this technology, either you can read this book and learn to read the tell tail signs before it happens, or you can sit back and continue to yell at the liberals for taking away your big block V8. Someone is going to control space, both the space around your borders and above your head. May God grant us the will and power to continue to pursue peace and happiness by defending our great nation!
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The author has a PhD in physics and writes about anti-gravity research other scientists have been involved in and also published articles. When I took physics in high school, we were told of all of the known forces in nature, (the strong nuclear force, the weak nuclear force, electricity, magnetism, and gravity) that gravity was the weakest. We've split the atom, have mastered electricity and magnetism, yet when we want to go into space, how is it that we have to use such powerful rockets to overcome the weakest of the five forces? It turns out we don't. Dr. LaViolette shows that research has been done that easily (or much more easily than rockets) overcomes the force of gravity and that governments have developed craft capable of at least interplanetary - if not interstellar flight.
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P-Ritsema More than 1 year ago
As an avid reader of physics, I must say that before reading this book thought I had discerned some pretty awful literature from time to time over the years. LaViolette out did himself on this one though. Upon reading his book I realized it should take first prize in awful! What a complete waste of my time and resources. If you don't appreciate "real world" physics but instead prefer science fiction and conspiracy theory then this book is a must read for you. P-Ritsema
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