Modern Alchemy, Material Transformation

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Update: 12 February 2018.

 

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Throughout our history, the greatest interest in science has been generated by alchemy. Alchemy, the potential for getting rich quick, has interested everyone from kings to commoners. So many peo­ple started experimenting with different chemi­cals, but only a few found a way to make gold. Ho­wever, the experimenters laid the foundati­ons for chemistry, because they created many com­pounds without which there would be no chemical industry today. There are many myths about successful alchemists, and there is a strong basis for them. Many people do not believe that gold can be made from worthless materials (e.g. sand), but at the current level of esotericism it is not impossible. Soon we will have a magnetic beam generator that can create any other ma­te­rial from almost any material. At present, this is only possible with catalyst compounds, the composition of which is unknown.  

The alchemists conceived of all things, all matter, as vibrations, or vibrations in the old ter­mino­logy. Therefore, they concluded that by mo­difying vibrations, any substance can be trans­muted, i.e. transformed into another substance. Thus, one metal can become another, even gold. Nowadays, magic is not very popular in scien­tific circles, but it would be useful to check the validity of this claim using modern tools. The main aim of the recent resurgence of alchemy would no longer be to make gold, but to produce raw materials that are only available in small quantities on Earth. In this way, we could try to make rare metals from quartz, for example, which would make it possible to produce high tensile and corrosion-resistant steel alloys cheaply. Gold could also be used as an alloying material, because it prevents corrosion of ordinary metals. However, it should not be used as an asset, as a substitute for money, because it would not make anyone richer. To throw gold on the market in large quantities would cause the same kind of disruption that the Spanish economy experienced 500 years ago after the discovery and systematic plundering of Ame­rica.

Spanish conquistadors melted down tons of priceless cult gold objects from the Indians. For years, ships laden with gold, silver and other treasures almost crossed each other between the two continents. Yet the Spanish people lived no better than before. The abundance of gold increased the money supply, which soon caused food prices to rise tenfold. The dilution of money triggered hy­perinflation in the economy. The situation would be no different now. If the artificially produced gold were dumped on the market in large quantities and the money thus obtained distributed among the people, prices would follow the increase in incomes and ultimately living standards would not rise. Some people would get rich in the process, but they would not be the little people.

It could easily not even get that far in the century of the information explosion, because word of the action would soon get out, causing the price of gold on the stock market to plummet. This high­ly prized precious metal would be like amethyst, long considered a precious stone, but the discovery of huge deposits in Brazil has destroyed its market. Nowadays, it is considered a semi-precious stone, and less pure specimens are sold very cheaply as minerals. While a 6-carat brilliant can cur­rently fetch up to $300,000, a 6-carat amethyst can be had for just a few dollars. This can only plea­se the trinket manufacturers, who have expanded the range of minerals and semi-precious stones used in their products with this beautiful crystal.

The possibility of producing gold artificially is not a fantasy at all. It is recognised in scientific circles, and we know that any physicist can produce gold using atomic physics. This kind of experi­mentation began in 1919, when the British physicist Ernest Rutherford shocked the world by suc­ceeding in transforming one element into another. He turned nitrogen into oxygen and hydrogen. He used no elixir, no secret alchemical process, and bombarded the nitrogen gas in his laboratory with a beam of helium nuclei. The latter was transformed into fluorine and later into oxygen and nitrogen. The process is as uneconomical as the gold made from mercury by self-conversion.

It later became clear that the nucleus could be transformed by bombarding it with very high energy, not only by means of accelerators. In so-called cold fusion experiments, palladium has been repeatedly found to decay into iron, magnesium and other elements. This means that in some cases, a chemical process can also lead to self-formations. This phenomenon has been confirmed by seve­ral independent research institutes. These results prove that self-formations can occur at some elect­ron-volt levels in chemical reactions. In the light of this, it no longer seems so impossible that the alchemists could have spent centuries making gold by chemical means. Medieval and modern alchemists used two types of catalyst (elixir, projection powder). The white powder was used to make silver and the red powder to make gold. The raw material was usually mercury.

The first successful alchemist was the Frenchman Nicolas Flamel. He was working as a clerk in the countryside when he bought a very interesting and mysterious book while visiting Paris. The 21-page book contained 7-7 pages in groups of three. The first page told us that this book was written by the Jewish Prince Abraham (who was also a priest, Levite, astronomer and philosopher) to the Jewish people, who were scattered in Galilee by the wrath of God. The rest of the text was written in a language completely unknown to him and seemed indecipherable. He and his wife struggled to understand it for almost 20 years until, under the guidance of a Jewish doctor, he discovered that the book dealt with the Kabbalah, the ancient Jewish esoteric tradition. It took him another 5 years to decipher the signs, and on 17 January 1382, following the guidance, he succeeded in turning mercu­ry into pure silver. The catalyst was a white powdery substance, of which very little was needed. On 25 April Flamel also succeeded in producing the red elixir, the philosopher's stone. With this he could now make pure gold.

Although not a single grain of the mysterious powders has survived, the account seems authentic. For the rest of his life, Flamel, the low-paid clerk, became very rich. He became a charitable and philanthropic man. He built more than 10 hospitals and 3 chapels. After his death, his house and even his tomb were vandalised. But the search for the philosopher's stone was in vain. Only a translation of the Book of Abraham survived after him, but that too has disappeared. It was only 200 years later that it was found again. It was seen in Cardinal Richelieu's private library and then disap­peared again. Flamel had many successful followers, but none were trained chemists.

Artephius, an Arab alchemist of the Middle Ages, also succeeded in achieving transmutation with liquid elixir. Many sources mention that the Count of Saint-Germain, who lived at the French court, also possessed the philosopher's stone, which he used both as a goldsmith's stone and as an elixir of life. However, he made only enough gold to support his modest living. But he was happy to give his guests a demonstration. But the scholars of later times were no longer interested in gold­smithing and kept away from ma­gic. They regarded alchemy as an imposture. They did not believe in goldsmithing. Helvetius, a famo­us 17th century scholar, was once as­ked by an unknown man if he knew the philosopher's stone. He said no, and the man showed him a yel­lowish, stone-like substance. After much pleading, he gave a crumb to the scientist, who immediately tried the effect. The result of the ex­periment was undoubtedly golden.

Let us not think that such cases were only found in the Middle Ages. The inventors of the modern age have also discovered the sec­ret, but like their predecessors they have not made a great show of their science. The quality of gold produced in this way was also impeccable. Nor did Dr. S. H. Emmens doubt it, so much so that he sold the gold he produced to the United States government. Even in the second half of the 20th century, there were those who followed in the footsteps of Albertus Magnus, Paracelsus, Nicolas Flamel or the great Belgian chemist Jean-Baptiste Helmont. In the 1960s, French television broadcast live footage of a man calling himself the Count of Saint-Germain making gold. He cut 3 centimetres from a coil of lead wire used for fuses and placed it in an empty crucible. He then took a pinch of grey powder, which he called "projection powder", from the locket around his neck and sprinkled it on the piece of wire. He sealed the crucible and heated it over a gas burner for 5 minutes. Finally, he opened the cooled vessel, and millions of viewers watched on TV to see the piece of wire turn gold.

Franz Tausend, who turned iron oxide and quartz into gold, is a special chapter in the history of alchemy. In a book he published, he backed up his process with the theory that the atomic nucleus is held together by vibrating harmonics, and that by changing the wavelength of the vibrations, you can create different elements. No scientific experiments had proven this theory to be correct, but that didn't bother the Nazi Party, who were keen to exploit the opportunity. Their leader, Adolf Hitler, was in prison for preparing an armed uprising against the government. As we know, it costs a lot to build a political career and even more to get into power. At that time, the National Socialist Party could not expect direct help from the big bosses, as the majority of German industrialists were alienated by Hitler's confused ideas. However, the Führer's loyal supporter, General Erich Luden­dorff, saw great potential in this modern version of alchemy. They probably didn't believe in the process, because then they would have appropriated this mysterious method of gold-making for themselves. But the idea seemed to be a good one to make a big fuss about and to get the financiers to finance its production.

The plan was a success, and the meeting took place in a Berlin hotel, where the prospective in­vestors could verify Tausend's alchemical results in an unbiased way. In fact, to boost confidence, the inventor allowed them to bring along the raw materials he had specified. These were then fused together and locked away overnight in the impartial referees' room, out of the alchemist's reach. The next day Tausend reheated the solidified mass and sprinkled a little white powder into the melted mixture. When the crucible cooled and was opened, a quarter-ounce gold nugget emerged. Money then began to flow into the newly formed company. Ludendorff was waiting for just that. As soon as he could, he transferred 500,000 marks into the party's bank account and the Nazi Party left the business. Tausend did not even have enough money left to start production and had to fend off the investors on his own. Two years later, the only way he could keep creditors at bay was to produce a 26-ounce gold bullion bond overnight. Confidence was then restored, and those who had previously claimed his blood bought more shares in the company.

Despite this, production has still not started. The end of the story was that in 1931 Tausend was arrested and sentenced to 4 years in prison for fraud. Since then it has not been established whether it was a useful procedure or a fraud. Some believe that this whole sham was nothing more than Satan's plot to bring Hitler to power. It is also possible, however, that Tausend was using medieval magical methods dressed up in a modern guise. We know nothing about the composition of the white powder he used. Nor is it possible to reconstruct the procedure in retrospect, because Tau­send's secret documents have been destroyed, and even by the very party whose rise to power he wittingly or unwittingly helped to bring about.

It was only when war broke out that a new ray of hope began to appear which might have led us to the cheap production of this important industrial raw material. The second representative of modern alchemy was London chiropractor Archibald Cockren. This respected doctor did not use magic methods and did not want to make gold to get rich. In the past, he often mixed gold solution into his remedies for gout and other chronic illnesses to make them more effective. There is nothing strange about this method of treatment, because Indian Ajurveda has been using pure gold for thousands of years for healing purposes. But war conditions made it increasingly difficult to obtain gold, so he began experimenting in his small home laboratory to find a substitute for this rare and expensive metal. He soon realised that there was nothing to be done, so he had to try to produce gold arti­fi­cially.

He had obviously heard about the philosopher's stone, because he immediately focused his attention on its production. First he studied the reactions of different metals. He mixed antimony with iron, iron and copper with some secret catalyst, which set off various chemical reactions. In 1940 he wrote in his diary. This metal, after I had broken it down into salts and subjected it to spe­cial preparation and distillation, was transformed into a philosopher's stone. The first sound of vic­tory was a wild hiss, a thick gas rising from the flask and making a sound like the click of mac­hine guns. Then followed powerful explosions, while a pungent, delicate odour filled the laboratory and its surroundings." He went home that day with the intention of repeating his experiments the next day, and if he got the same results again, he would give his notes to the War Office. But this did not happen. The next day the sirens went off and Cockren's house was in ruins after the most savage air raid on London. The chiropractor was dead and the results of his experiments burnt to ashes. Iro­nically, this bombing was carried out by the very Nazi war machine whose power was founded on the first attempt at modern gold-making.

All we have learned from the doomed second attempt is that the philosopher's stone was not some magical powder created by extraterrestrial intervention, but was made of various metallic salts. These metal salts reacted with other metals to act as catalysts and produce the desired trans­for­mation. However, we have no idea whether a chemical transformation took place or whether these metal salts were actually able to change the wavelength of the energy radiation emitted from the nuclei by their subatomic energy radiation, changing the atomic weight of the starting material. This kind of material transformation has long been observed in nature. In the Middle Ages, the miracle water of Somolnok was known throughout Europe and even in the Turkish Empire. Near the town of Szomolnok, near Besztercebánya in the county of Szepes, there were waters in which iron thrown into them was transformed into the finest copper in 24 hours. According to chemists, such a pheno­menon is also caused by vitriolic waters, in which a layer of copper is deposited on the iron. When this is poured out and melted with fire, copper is obtained. In this 'miracle well', however, not only did the iron objects form a thin layer of copper, but they became copper in their entire cross-section. So the spring water in the Valley of the Lord did not contain vitriol, but some kind of catalyst for the transformation of matter.

According to the encyclopaedias, a catalyst lowers the energy threshold of a reaction, allowing chemical processes to take place that would not otherwise occur. It cannot be excluded that the lowering of the reaction threshold also allows for atomic structural transformations. This has not yet been tried by any researcher, but this is only because official science considers self-formation with­out a nuclear reactor impossible. This deadlock will not be broken until we are convinced that all matter emits energy waves of different frequencies. We then need to check whether the frequen­cy of these energy waves, which depend on the atomic number, can be changed from the outside and, if so, whether this can produce physical changes in the nuclei of the substance in question as a feed­back effect. If this subatomic-based self-conversion is feasible, then we no longer need the philo­sopher's stone, because the necessary frequency modification can be induced electronically by wave generators. We need this because, if the electronics industry develops at this rate, there will soon be a shortage of precious metals (more than 300 tonnes of gold and 7,000 tonnes of silver are used in the electronic devices produced each year worldwide.)

In this way, not only gold can be made, but any material can be transformed into any other ma­terial, providing limitless opportunities for the further development of our civilisation, avoiding shortages of raw materials. We have an almost unlimited supply of sand and seawater. By con­verting these materials in a multi-step process, we can supply industry with raw materials for mil­lions of years, and thus overcome the raw material crisis after the energy crisis. In particular, there is a great need for titanium to be used on a large scale. This environmentally friendly metal is ligh­-ter than steel, yet hard and tough, with excellent corrosion resistance. The only obstacle to its wide­spread use is that it is extremely difficult to produce and therefore costs six times as much as the notoriously expensive chromium steel. Titanium is not a rare metal, being the ninth most abundant mineral on earth. The reason it is so expensive is that it is a slow and difficult metal to extract. But it is needed in many applications, from aerospace and medical applications to the manufacture of household appliances.

Palladium is in equally high demand. But its natural occurrence is so rare that it is even more expensive than platinum. Rhenium is even more difficult to extract. It can only be obtained by pre­cipitation of volcanic vapours under extremely dangerous conditions. It is an indispensable alloying element in modern steelmaking because it makes steel extremely hard and tough. It also makes it resistant to corrosion. These metals can also be produced in multiplier reactors, bombarded with neutron beams, but only in milligram quantities or at a cost that is prohibitive. Conversion by nuclear fusion and fission therefore has no future.[1] 

It cannot be ruled out that the secret of longevity may also be revealed by this means, for books on magic often mention that the philosopher's stone not only made gold, but that its ingestion gave its possessor eternal youth. This type of powder is presumably not the same as the one used to make gold, but if we could produce it, we could use genetic engineering tools to study in depth the reaction that takes place in the body. It would not make sense to use this method on a mass scale at the moment because of human overpopulation, but we would know at what level the organism needs to be interfered with to induce a lasting increase in lifespan, and in the future it could be done artificially, using subatomic energy radiation.

It is also interesting to note that alchemy was a rather risky profession. Greedy lords often pu­nished fraud with death. King Frederick I of Prussia, for example, had his unsuccessful alchemist hanged on a golden gallows, but first had his body dipped in hot gold. But failure often proved useful. The alchemists laid the foundations of modern chemistry by discovering, as a by-product of their unsuccessful experiments, ways of producing aluminium, cinnabar, potash, mercury, sulphuric acid, hydrochloric acid, benzoic acid, nitric acid, etc. One night in 1699, Henning Brand noticed that steam rising from his cauldron lit up the room. He discovered phosphorus.But the most significant invention was porcelain. An alchemist named Böttger was trying to enrich his client's fortune at the court of the Saxon elector Augustus the Strong, but without success. After a series of failures, he felt the hangman's noose around his neck. In desperation, he threw his wig into the boiling cauldron. All that was missing was the kaolin on the wig to produce a more va­luable substance than gold. The porce­la­in he ac­cidentally invented was at that time only available from China. Kaolin was abundant, but no one knew that it was the raw material for por­celain, so it was used only as a powder to replace the ex­pensive rice powder. As the Electoral Prin­ce was based in Meissen, the city became the centre of European porcelain production.

The literature also tells of an invention that, if it were to be realised, would threaten the very existence of mankind. According to the last great alchemist, the Frenchman Fulcanelli, an atomic bomb could be made from just a few grams of metal and wipe out entire cities. This is possible because "certain geometrical arrangements of very pure metals can trigger an atomic explosion with­out electricity or vacuum". In this case, the ex­plosion is most likely to be triggered by shape ra­diation (concentrated subatomic energy radia­tion emanating from certain geometric shapes). The secret of how to make this bomb was thank­fully not revealed by the hidden 20th century scientist.

 

It has already been shown that the universe is structurally unified, with only orders of magnitude differences in size. We are convinced that as the macrocosm is, so is the microcosm. At small scales, the atom is built on the same principle as the individual planetary systems. The electron orbits the nucleus in the same way that the Earth orbits the Sun. It follows that the mass of the nucleus is orders of magnitude greater than that of the electron. A nucleus can have not just one electron orbiting it, but several electrons, just as the Sun has several planets. The physical properties of mat­ter are determined by the number of electrons orbiting the nucleus and the mass of the nucleus. Contrary to what we know about physics, it is highly probable that both the nucleus and the electron are negatively charged in an energetic sense, since each particle is material. The negative radiation emitted by them is responsible for their mutual attraction. However, electrons do not fall into the nucleus because, like the planets, the centripetal force prevents the larger particle from attracting the smaller one. Like planets, electrons are held in orbit by the balance of gravitational and centrifugal forces. This assumption is supported by a note in his book of Vedas, which, in addition to the relativity of space and time, speaks of the law of "gravity lurking in every atom of the Earth".

This appealing theory has a vulnerability, however. On this basis, the nuclei of atoms stripped of their electrons would have to fuse together, and the electrons that had broken away would not be allowed to flow through matter individually, but would have to be forced together into a mass by their negative radiation. This does not happen, and is most likely due to the fact that elementary particles rotate at extremely high speeds around their own axes. This brisk, intense motion mecha­nically prevents the atomic particles from being packed together, and is presumably also the reason why free-flowing energy quanta or subatomic particles can be compressed but do not normally stick together. Since the mass of matter particles is very small, they are not subject to significant inertial forces. Hence, when they collide, they do not break into pieces like celestial bodies, but simply bounce off each other.

In order to unite two nuclei, i.e. to stop their rotation around an axis, enormous pressure and temperature are needed. The fusion of nuclei pressed together under these conditions, on the other hand, gives rise to a huge amount of energy, which is the very essence of the principle behind fusion power stations and hydrogen bombs. The negative energy radiated by the smallest particles of matter and the resulting attractive effect can only be fully exploited when they form a closed mo­lecule or crystal structure. A prerequisite for the unobstructed occurrence and aggregation of ne­gative energy radiation is therefore the attainment of a state of rest, i.e. the integration of the ele­mentary particles of the substance to such an extent that it appears to the outside, towards the environment, as a unit already at rest.

Concentrated energy radiation can not only induce electron flow in matter by stripping electrons from the outermost electron shell, but can also induce more profound changes in atoms. By increa­sing the intensity of the energy radiation, the energy quanta also push the electrons in the inner electron shells off their orbits and tear particles out of the nucleus, causing structural changes in the matter. The change in electron configuration and atomic weight leads to a decrease in the atomic number of matter and changes its physical properties. This method is therefore a relatively simple way of creating a lower atomic number from a higher one and a higher one from a lower one, thus realising the alchemists' old dream that we can make gold from other elements. Using atomic physics, we can already make gold from mercury with a higher atomic number, but this method is very expensive, costing more than the value of the gold produced. Conversion by concentrated energy irradiation will be much cheaper and less dangerous. Incredibly, there are already examples of this type of material conversion.

At the VI International Conference on Hydrofusion, an amateur researcher reported that he had made gold from graphite in his experiments. He placed pure graphite powder in a crucible and formed a circuit by adding graphite electrodes. High-voltage, high-current pulses caused the fine graphite powder to fuse into larger grains, and the by-products of the reaction were ferromagnetic materials and a few grains of gold. He does not yet understand how this could have happened, but he is almost certain that the plasma sheath surrounding the high-voltage and high-current electrical arc discharges plays a major role in this particular self-formation. In the future, however, the most important role of this method will not be played by gold-plating, but by using this method we will be able to create special materials - not found in nature - which will be extremely strong and indestructible by mechanical means. In this way, we will be able to design and invent materials that meet the maximum requirements for use. There will be modern alchemy, which will be the science of transforming elements.

The purpose of the transformation and design of materials by means of energy will not be to increase wealth, since gold will in future be a metal like any other, its importance being limited to its role as an industrial raw material. This is likely to be the fate of diamonds and other rare mine­rals in the future, as the production of these raw materials from other cheap materials will become a routine task. Another argument, therefore, that it is not worth collecting material value. It may well be that the gold we have now cobbled together will be worth as much as a piece of rusty iron lying on the side of the road. People won't even bother to bend down to pick it up. The further deve­lopment of this method, materialisation by technical means, should make it possible to create a perfect copy of any object. It will therefore no longer make sense to buy works of art as assets, since by means of a replicator, or duplicator, it will be possible to produce cheap and unlimited quantities of copies of any valuable work of art that do not differ in a single atom from the original.

The jewellery industry has already been touched by a foretaste of devaluation. We are not yet able to materialise diamonds, but we are able to produce them artificially. The jewellery industry has not yet been shaken by the artificially created crystal in laboratories, because crystal growing is an expensive and complex process, and the industrial diamonds produced are no cheaper than the real thing. But in Russia, a new technology has been developed that can turn graphite heated to 1800 oC into diamonds under 80,000 atmospheres of pressure, mimicking nature. With diamond creations accounting for half of the world's jewellery sales, the emergence of a cheap and perfect brilliant-cut material has caused great alarm in the market. In addition, it is possible to produce yellow, golden blue and red diamonds, which are very rare in nature. To add to the confusion of traders and buyers, there is no reason why mass production cannot be mass-produced because of the cheap and abundant availability of the raw material. Nor is there any possibility of experts declaring that diamonds produced on assembly lines are artificial, thus maintaining the price of natural diamonds, as both varieties are produced in the same way. The only difference between an artifi­cially created diamond and one that comes out of a diamond mine is that it is more beautiful, more perfect and larger.

Investing money in real estate will not make much sense either, as the unlimited energy and new construction methods will greatly reduce the cost of producing houses. It is especially not worth buying property in big cities. Many people buy expensive homes in the centre of metropolises in the hope that prices will go up even more later. In Western countries, there is a growing tendency to move to the countryside, close to nature, where there is no noise, no congestion and clean air. As a result, the core of the world's cities is gradually being depopulated. Newcastle in England, for example, is already in the process of doing so, with its city fathers selling vacant flats for 50 pence. The only condition for moving in is that the new tenant has to renovate the gifted property at their own expense. Underground construction will put an end to land speculation, as we will see more and more settlements built underground in the future. This type of construction will be particularly important in earthquake-prone zones, because the deeper we go into the crust, the less the effects of earthquakes will be felt. In the future, the acquisition of agricultural land will also become pointless, as crops will be grown not in soil but in hydroponics, i.e. in water mixed with nutrients.

 

Neutralising microgravity

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The average reader knows almost nothing about microgravity. This is because it is not mentioned in school textbooks. Physicists also interpret this phenomenon differently from esotericists. Mostly, it is understood as the gravity-free behaviour of matter in zero gravity. But the real meaning of microgravity is much more important. According to esotericists, microgravity is nothing more than a microcosmic form of interplanetary gravity. Our ancient sages declared thousands of years ago that the micro-world is like the macro-world. Hermes Trismegistus wrote this on an emerald tablet found in his tomb. "As above, so below!" Within atoms and molecules, gravity is the same as in the solar system, but on a small scale. This phenomenon is already known to scientists and is called cohesion. But cohesion is only a narrowed down area of microgravity. It is understood to be the sticking together of atoms and molecules. Microgravity, on the other hand, is not only around the smallest particles of matter, but also within atoms. Today, the control of this microgravity will open up unforeseeable horizons in the field of matter transformation.  

 

Unfortunately, extraterrestrials are rarely helpful, but nature is always at hand as our ultimate teacher. It is not for nothing that the Bible advises, "Ask the beast, and he will teach you, and the birds of the air will tell you. The fish of the sea shall tell thee." Many of our scientists have already heeded this advice, and countless inventions are based on copying phenomena observed in nature.[2]  Now, engineers at the University of California have set their sights on the practical application of a very interesting physical phenomenon called microgravity, a peculiar form of gravity known as cohesion or intermolecular force[3]. As we know, microgravity, or van der Waals forces[4] as they are known in the scientific world, occurs when individual atoms or molecules come into contact with each other over a large surface area or are very close to each other. A typical manifestation of the latter is the capillary force. In solid materials, the close fitting of atoms and thus the maximum exertion of the gravitational attraction between them is only possible by a positive subatomic energy radiation, i.e. by softening the material.

By neutralising the gravitational force, the surface roughness can be smoothed out and the two solids can be bonded together. Once the etheric particles have been removed, the gravitational attraction reasserted holds the two materials together. A strong bond is formed between them that exceeds the effectiveness of the best adhesive. This effect could be achieved by grinding the mating surfaces perfectly together. At present, however, even our most precise polishing machines cannot produce a smooth surface where the surface atoms are side by side. Even a surface that looks smooth under the microscope is full of crystal grain irregularities. As a result, only a small fraction of the atoms can come into direct contact with each other, which does not create the cohesive force needed to make the two materials stick together.

However, close fitting can be achieved in other ways. Nature offers us the solution on a silver plat­ter. Evolution, the billions of years of struggle for survival, has forced living things to exploit every physical phenomenon that exists. Recent physics research has revealed that microgravity is also used by a species of lizard, the gecko. Aristotle observed in antiquity that geckos can run up and down walls with ease and can even hang from the ceiling with one finger. This ability was achieved in a very ingenious way. Having found it an impossible task to imitate the climbing surface, he approached the problem in a different way. He thought that if he could not copy the unevenness of the surface under his feet, he would adapt. He designed a foot surface that would flex to the rough­ness of the wall or other surface. It does this by growing bristle ends on its soles that reach into the smallest recesses and make intimate contact with the supporting surface.

The bristles, which curl in bands on the toes, should be thought of as a razor-bristle made of badger hair, with thousands of extremely thin and soft fibres. The bristles on the gecko's toes are even finer. The tiny reptile has around 14,000 fine hairs per square millimetre of its feet, and each miniature brush can bend in any direction. Microscopic images have shown that each finger has a tightly packed transverse row of 2 million bristles. The length of each bristle is only 0.1 millimetres, and thousands of tiny spatulas, 0.2 micrometres long, branch off the end of each bristle. Because of the extremely thin filaments, the individual bristles are not visible to the naked eye. The gecko's fingers look like cauliflower roses. Their velvety feel alone suggests that they are not skin, but extremely fine-fibred brush filaments.

Since this is not apparent to the naked eye, researchers have spent centuries guessing what causes geckos to cling so strongly to any surface. At first they thought that the cauliflower-like bands were nothing more than sticky discs. Like the legs of frogs and some insects, a vacuum is created under their feet to hold them in place. However, they did not find the fluid film-producing glands needed to create a leak-proof vacuum. They also speculated that a chemical bond is formed between the sole and the surface by secreting a sticky substance. However, after alternating between water-repellent and absorbent surfaces, this assumption was also disproved, as the gecko adhered equally well to all materials. Nor did it emit increased subatomic energy, which most living orga­nisms can do. In this case, negative energy is needed, not positive, as intense gravitational radiation would easily trap it against any material. But to unlock this would require an advanced brain and constant attention.

The gecko chose a much simpler solution. With its microscopic bristles, it completely encircles any unevenness in the crawling surface and makes maximum use of its gravitational pull. This is not the way to achieve perfect adhesion, but it is not the goal here. The gecko only needs enough traction to keep from falling off the wall. That is what this method has achieved. In fact, it has exceeded the requirement to hold its own weight safely. All the bristles on the gecko's feet can hold a combined weight of up to 125 kilograms. To get it off the wall, it takes the force to pry off one of its fingers, which is the force required to rip a hospital plaster off a skin surface.

 

No wonder engineers at UC Berkley see great potential in the practical application of this pheno­menon. Ronald Fearing and Metin Siiti are using an atomic force microscope to mimic the geo­metry of beer ends. They carved nanotube arrays from silicone rubber and polyester resin surfa­ces. Even rudimentary models have clearly demonstrated that material plays no role in the exploita­tion of microgravity. It is only the geometry of the adherent surface that determines the degree of attrac­tion or retention. In the meantime, the NanoRobotics laboratory at Cornegie Mellon Univer­sity in Pittsburgh has developed the first artificial gecko substrate, which contains 29,000 "adhesive ele­ments" per square centimetre. Since these stretches are also induced by microgravity, they adhere uniformly to any surface. It does not matter how wet the surface is and can adhere repeatedly with the same force. Artificial gecko feet will be used in all walks of life. The military and aerospace industries are also keenly interested in it, as it can be used underwater and in space. Underwater, adhesive bonding is not possible, and vacuum feet do not work in vacuum. Microgra­vity, however, works throughout the universe.

It could even be of great use in the home, because it would allow individual pieces of furniture to be securely attached to any surface without leaving a trace. For example, a flower vase fixed to the base of a table would not tip over or spill water when pushed against the corner of the table; nor would the vase fall and break. Nor would it be necessary to find a mirror-smooth surface on which to mount the vacuum fitting to secure the kitchen appliances, as they would stop firmly anywhere. Taking advantage of this phenomenon, there is no need to fix the soap dish to the tiles. It would simply need to be pressed against it with the suction cup. When cleaning tiles, it is not necessary to go around it, because it could be torn off in a moment and then pressed back on again to fix it. In addition, it could be used in thousands of other places, making life much easier and safer.

Incidentally, there is a third form of microgravity that occurs in materials that are thin as membranes. Many people have experienced that when using household polythene film, it must be handled with great care because it easily bunches up. If one edge is folded back, it sticks to the other side of the film in such a way that it cannot be scraped off. This is not because plastic film is sticky. It is because the extremely thin material does not prevent the atoms of the film from sticking together tightly. The gravitational attraction of the atoms causes the two materials to stick together, filling in each other's imperfections. The building industry has exploited this phenomenon for thousands of years in the gilding of palaces and museum buildings. Instead of applying a fine gold powder mixed with glue to wood panelling and plaster stucco, interior decorators have applied a gold film over the surface that is thinner than a thousandth of a millimetre. The plates, carefully applied with tweezers, are sanded over with a dry brush to be on the safe side. This layer of 'gold smoke' adheres so firmly to the substrate that it cannot be removed. No strong adhesive can create a stronger and more durable bond than cohesion. Incidentally, 1 ounce (28.3 grams) of gold can make more than 30 m2 of gold smoke.

An accidental discovery has led to the use of this phenomenon in everyday practice. When it rains like winter, women put discarded stockings on their boots so they don't slip on frozen roads. The thin fibres and tiny eyes of the tights fill in the irregularities in the ice surface, penetrating the ice crystals and allowing microgravity to attach the foot to the slippery road. However, if the gecko foot can be tested in the laboratory and mass-produced in the factory, this problem can be solved in a much more aesthetic way. This microporous material will be used to coat the soles of snow boots and other winter footwear, making them as stable for winter travel as cars are on snow chains. According to recent news, nanotechnologist Andre Geim and his fellow researchers have already developed a flexible surface covered with millions of polyamide fibres. The fibres, which are microns (thousandths of a millimetre) thick, have the same adhesive properties as gecko skins, but the production costs are so high that they have so far only been able to produce a 1 cm2 piece. They calculate that a 200 cm2 (palm-sized) surface could easily hold a person on the ceiling.

Microgravity also plays a role in friction. Not only do two materials pressed together not slide on each other, their surface roughness prevents this. When molecules are pressed together, there is an increased gravitational attraction between the atoms, which further increases the frictional force. Microgravity also plays a role in the effectiveness of bonding. As we know, the sticking together of two materials is made possible by adhesion[5], when a liquid substance called an adhesive is used to fill the space between the surface irregularities of the two materials. The molecules of the adhesive adhere to the molecules of both materials and an adhesive bond is formed between them. In the case of super adhesives, this can be so strong that the two materials can no longer be separated. In the event of a violent separation, the adhesive will tear a layer off one of the materials and separate from it. In the case of hard materials (e.g. metals), the adhesive breaks away. The adhesive is mostly plastic, which has much less strength than metal. To prevent this from happening, most manufactu­rers strictly require that the adhesive (e.g. cyanoacrylate instant adhesive) be applied as thinly as possible to the surface to be bonded. This requirement, however, is an unconscious way of increa­sing the effectiveness of super-adhesives. The strength of the adhesive is also enhanced by micro­gravity. The close fitting, press-drying process brings the molecules of the two materials as close as possible to each other and creates a gravitational attraction between them. Once the adhe­sive has set, the two materials can no longer move away from each other, so microgravity perma­nently increases adhesion.

This phenomenon was specifically exploited by two US researchers in the development of waterproof adhesive tape. The big advantage of microgravity is its waterproofness. Most adhesives can only be used on dry surfaces. They peel from wet surfaces, and water prevents adhesive bon­ding. Microgravity works in water. Since gravity waves pass through all materials, the presence of water molecules is not an obstacle. Based on this, Robert Langer and Jeffrey Karp have developed a wound dressing that can be used for both open wounds and internal injuries. This is made possible by the special surface finish of the adhesive tape. The two researchers have suc­ceeded in mimicking gecko lettuce using nanotechnology, doubling the adhesion of previously used tissue-friendly adhesive tapes. The microgravitational adhesion, which works even in a moist medium, allows the new type of tape adhesive to be used in places where conventional suturing is hardly applicable (e.g. small bowel and vascular incisions) or in gastric perforations caused by gastric ulcers. As the new adhesive tape is thin and flexible, the damaged section can be virtually wrapped.

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Now that we have seen what has been achieved so far in the use of microgravity, let's look at the possibilities for the future. They are not new, having been used in ancient times. However, no scien­tific research has been done in this field because official science has relegated esoteric pheno­mena to the category of fantasy and refuses to deal with them seriously. But research into these pheno­mena, which have been declared to be fraudulent, would take them the furthest. Remai­ning in the field of microgravity neutralisation, the greatest resistance in scientific circles has been the possibi­lity of scarless body opening. Our scientists get chills at the very mention of Manila hea­lers. Yet with an extremely powerful magnet, they too would be capable of non-destructive ma­terial separa­tion.

That's what Filipino healers do with the concentrated etheric energy emanating from their fingers. They can perform scarless and bloodless surgeries, and even 'glue' excised tissue (e.g. intestinal segments) together. This concentrated energy also makes it possible to glue intact sections together by neutralising microgravity. In this geographical region, there are many healers who are able to create a strong anti-cohesive field with the energy emanating from their hands, which neutralises the cohesive force between molecules, and thus they are able to penetrate the inside of the body without creating cut wounds, i.e. without destroying the cells. The advantage of this higher healing method is that instead of leaving the removal of dead tissue to the body's slow self-cleansing mechanism, it is removed from the body in a specific surgical procedure, so that the organs healed by energy radiation are also cleansed.

Since, unlike conventional surgery, the penetration does not damage individual cells, blood loss is minimal, with only as much blood as is released from the capillary junctions of the opened skin or the tissue fragments removed. If a piece of the diseased organ is completely dead (e.g. in the case of an intestinal ulcer), the ulcerated section of intestine is torn out by irradiation with anti-cohesive energy emanating from the fingers, the intact ends are joined together and closed without sutures. They also need the help of an assistant healer, who keeps the wound open during the operation, also by using energy from his fingers to prevent the skin from closing during the manipulation. The sutureless attachment of intact tissue is made possible by the fact that, when manipulated with energy, the adhesive force between molecules along the separated surfaces is greatly reduced. The healer pushes these 'softened' pieces of tissue into each other, and by removing the anticohesive force, the cohesive force between the crushed molecules is restored, ensuring that the fused surfaces are perfectly interlocked.

Seamless adhesion can also be achieved if the healers separate the tissues of each body part in a complete cross-section. We know that in solid materials, two bodies fitted together cannot normally 'fuse' because surface roughness prevents molecules lying opposite each other from coming close enough to allow cohesive bonding. Positive energy radiation, however, reduces the cohesive force between the pieces of tissue to be joined, and thus the barrier to fusion due to surface roughness can be removed. The Yang-like subatomic energy radiation causes the dough-like fusion of the fused tissues. Once the energy radiation is removed, the cohesive bond between the molecules in contact with each other is stabilised, ensuring the continuity of the fused tissues without scar formation.[6]  

In this type of operation, it is also incomprehensible to many how the dissected parts of the body can close together seamlessly. The explanation for this phenomenon is that the molecules at the two edges of the wound, at the boundary between the open and the unbroken tissue, are in a state of transition. These molecules are no longer subjected to a strong energy radiation that would comple­tely neutralise the cohesive force acting between them, so that once the energy radiation is removed, i.e. the operation is completed, the molecules in the interface position are again tightly adhered to each other. This close bonding, in turn, has the consequence that the adjacent neighbouring molecu­les are also brought so close together that the cohesive contractive force can also act between them. The process of restoring the cohesive bond then proceeds in a chain reaction along the entire length of the opened body surface, so that the wound narrows in both directions until it finally closes like a zipper without any trace.

The diagnosis itself, the diagnosis of the disease, takes two forms. Some of the healers can see the aura and easily locate the diseased organs by the strong discolouration. The majority of healers use the technique of "clairvoyance", i.e. by concentrating strongly on a lower range of their brain frequency, they scan the patient's body from the inside out, looking for the diseased organs. Another advantage of this method of treatment, which is still considered mystical today, is that despite the rather poor hygiene conditions, there is no risk of infection, as the intense bio-energy radiation renders viruses and bacteria in the body inert, preventing them from multiplying. Intense energy radiation upsets the energy balance of cells foreign to the body, which, lacking energy replenish­ment, die beyond repair. (This germicidal effect is so intense that the rusty knife used as an opera­ting tool by the Mexican psi-sabes Arigo never caused infection.) After the operation is per­formed, the attractive force between the molecules, by eliminating the anticohesion field, zips the opened skin surface closed again, so that no wound forms after the operation and no incision marks are visible.

Bioenergy irradiation has a pain-relieving effect in addition to disinfection, which is why ana­esthesia is not used for these operations. After the procedure, which usually lasts a few minutes, the patient gets up from the operating table and walks out on his or her own two feet. For the sake of completeness, it is worth mentioning that psi-surgeons practising in Western countries often do not even open the body, but perform the operation on a layer of the aura called the ether, which is transferred to the physical body over time. Otherwise, real healing can only be done on the etheric and spiritual body. The physical body is only the carrier of the symptoms.

There is also a seemingly meaningless process that is experienced in the operations performed by the healers in the Philippines. In fact, many healers do not cleanse the diseased organs after opening the body, but dematerialise the dead tissue by externally guided radiation before the operation. The dematerialised cells are then rematerialised and brought under the skin. He then opens up the skin and removes the materialised object, which can be anything from a chicken intestine to a coin. There are also healers who do not even open the skin, but teleport the materialised object to the outer surface of the skin and remove it from there. The subatomic energy particles released when dead or diseased tissue is dematerialised could probably leave the body unhindered, as is the case with cancer patients who spontaneously rematerialise.

So why is this rematerialisation process necessary? Is this perhaps the Almighty's way of alerting people to the fact that we are dealing with a different kind of operation? Or is it simply a matter of gaining the trust of the patient, who, seeing the bleeding piece of tissue, is reassured that he has indeed been operated on and will now surely be cured. In addition to disinfecting and relieving pain, the anticohesion force field can also stop the flow of blood and even stop it. So even in the case of thicker blood vessel dissection, there is no need to expect serious blood loss. Blood transfusions are therefore not necessary for this type of surgery, so there is no risk of transfusion of infectious disea­ses. Because the concentrated energy beam blocks the blood flow and seals the blood vessels when diseased tissue is removed, there is no oozing and no post-operative pain.

Psi nests are born with increased energy levels. This trait is inherited from father to son among the Luzon tribe of the Philippines. It is no coincidence that there are so many healers in this country who operate with their bare hands. At the beginning of the 20th century, a child was born in the French municipality of San Urban who emitted very strong magnetic radiation not only from his fingers but from his entire body. People in his vicinity felt intense attraction and repulsion, and his body often emitted glowing rays. The intensity of these increased as the child grew. At the age of 1, he developed a nervous sensitivity and became seriously ill. He died soon after. At the moment of his death, his body emitted a beam of light so intense that it filled the whole room.

 

The body-opening method used by psi-sewers will make it easy to perform a scarless caesarean section. In the future, delivery will be painless with an improved version of caesarean section. In this new type of procedure, the abdominal wall is opened by manipulators emitting concentrated magnetic energy, without any obstetric complications and with the slightest risk of bleeding, pain and infection. There is no scarring after the operation, no hospitalisation and the caesarean section performed in this way does not limit the number of further births. With the introduction of this procedure, the institution of the surrogate birth will certainly be forgotten. As pregnancy will be reduced to the joy of waiting for a child and there will no longer be any fear of pain during child­birth or of any subsequent abnormalities, no woman will be reluctant to bring her child into the world.

Sadly, there are few people in the world who have fingers that emit a magnetic energy so power­ful it can break the skin. But it is not only the human body that can emit such powerful energy, but also artificially created devices. In ancient times, such a device was the samir. The cohesive force-neutralising subatomic energy knife used thousands of years ago was probably crystal-excited be­cause it is not recorded as requiring an electrical supply. This mysterious tool has been used in our civilisation for thousands of years. The ancient Jews called it the "magic samir" and it is mentioned in the Talmud. Both Moses and Solomon forbade the use of 'iron tools' (hammers, chi­sels, wedges) to carve and carve huge blocks of stone in the construction of their temples. Instead, they provided the craftsmen with an ancient tool. This tool, called a samir, was 'capable of cutting the hardest materials without friction or heat'. The 'rock-cutting stone' also cut diamonds like a knife cuts butter.

The concentrated beam of subatomic energy it emitted probably could not be turned off. This is referred to in the regulation that "it is forbidden to place the samir in an iron or any other metal container, as such a case will break in two. It must be kept wrapped in a woollen cloth and placed in a lead basket filled with barley dust." The descriptions also tell us that this device was completely silent when in use. Unfortunately, when the Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed, the samir also dis­appeared.

A synthesis of the partial information suggests that this mysterious device emitted concentrated etheric energy (ether ions) which, when directed at matter, eliminated the cohesive force between molecules. The matter split non-destructively as microgravity was cancelled. Since the separation was not achieved by mechanical crushing, the hardness of the material was irrelevant. Thus, the samir cut diamond as easily as butter. Its power and range were quite great. If one approached it without proper clothing, it caused terrible burns. Since this device required no excitation or feeding, it could only work in one way, by amplifying the magnetic radiation emanating from the material.

We know from our studies at school that some metals, such as iron, can be made magnetic by exposing them to a strong magnetic field (e.g. by exciting them with an electromagnet). Science traces the origin of magnetism back to so-called domains, which are a kind of islands of ordered magnetism. In a normal state, these small magnetic islands are clustered together, so the metal does not exhibit magnetic properties. However, when subjected to a strong external magnetic field, these small islands become and remain aligned. This makes the ferromagnetic material a permanent magnet. The magnetic field of soft iron is relatively weak, but when using rare-earth super magnets (e.g. cobalt-samarium or neodymium-iron-boron), the field strength increases by an order of magnitude. This has been used in many applications, e.g. in headphones and speakers for Hi-Fi qua­lity. However, this field strength is not enough for material separation, but we are on the right track.

If we could somehow manage to align all the spins in the same direction within the magnetic domains of a well-magnetised metal or crystal, we could create a strong magnetic radiation that would turn air molecules into a plasma. According to the literature, this is how the samir behaved, as dazzling flashes of light were observed when it was used. (Within the magnetic domain or range, the spins are bound to the electrons. The classical view was that electrons, in addition to orbital ro­tation, also rotate about their own axis, which was called spin. Later, quantum mechanics was in­terpreted to mean that, like other elementary particles, the electron has a wave nature to which ro­tation cannot be interpreted. Therefore, spin has more recently been called elementary dipole mo­ment, which is the resultant of momentum moments corresponding to the orbital motion of elect­rons moving in an atom. Physicists currently explain the creation of spin as a quantum property of the electron, which means that they have no idea of the real cause of magnetism. And they know even less about the energy that magnets emit.[7]  The existence of aether is still denied, and the exis­ten­ce of gravitational waves was only acknowledged in 2016.)

Of course, this does not prevent magnets from being used in practice. With such an extremely powerful magnet, we would also be able to separate matter non-destructively. That's what Filipino healers do with the concentrated etheric energy emanating from their fingers. The samir was therefore neither magic nor legend, but a tool that existed, based on the purposeful exploitation of a physical principle that we know. With a little research we could create it ourselves. Incidentally, extraterrestrial civilisations no longer use a samir in their operations, but a manipulator excited by a 115 element. The advantage of this type of energy blade is that it can be turned off. When the proton radiation is stopped, the aether ion emission from the 115 element is eliminated, so no precautions are needed when storing this device. 

Unfortunately, the composition of the samir is not legendary. However, metals like samir are mentioned. Plato mentions oreikhalkhos, a favourite alloy of the Atlanteans, which had a fiery glow. From the time of the Greek gods comes the metal adamos (indomitable), which was used to make the gods' magical weapons. Again, all we know about it is that it was light as a feather and its power was unimaginable. There was no material in the world that adamos could not cut in an instant. This is very similar to the samir. Objects made of adamos were indestructible. They were so hard they couldn't be scratched.

 

Psychokinesis is only one of the applications of psi-psychology. Beyond that, there are many other uses. Its best known manifestation is the softening of metals, metal bending. The best-known propagator of the softening of metals by magnetic irradiation is the Hungarian-born Uri Geller. He has bent countless spoons and forks by weakening the microgravity between the metal atoms by intense magnetic radiation from his thumb and middle finger. In doing so, he stroked the handle of the cutlery a few times, and it softened so much that it bent on its own. The anti-cohesive energy emitted by the fingers 'softens' the metal objects, which then bend under their own weight.

As the material is softer at the point of entry than at the point of exit, the strange phenomenon of the spoon handle curving upwards can occur when irradiation is applied from above. This is pro­bably due to the tension in the harder parts of the material bending the metal towards the softer, more easily compressible surface. If the tension in the material is too high, for example in the case of plastic or unheated glass, the irradiation of the tension balls releases unbalanced forces that can easily break the object. Beyond a certain limit, the build-up of Yang energy can also cause the crys­tal structure of the irradiated object to break up, resulting in the material crumbling and breaking into fragments.

The former phenomenon, based on psychokinesis, is related to the mechanism of action of tele­kinesis. Telekinesis literally means movement at a distance. It does not occur by physical action, but by the psyche (soul). Its best known practitioner is also Uri Geller, who was able to bend metal wire in a test tube under laboratory conditions, remotely, using his mind. In this phenomenon, which is still only used in metal bending, an intense energy flow also causes the metal to change shape. Psychokinesis and telekinesis are related phenomena. They should therefore be studied together. Once they are understood, there will be no obstacle to the development and use of arti­ficially produ­ced subatomic energy knives. Even if we cannot yet develop a magnet that is orders of magnitude stronger than the permanent magnets we have today, the situation is not hopeless. With special coiled electromagnets powered by high-voltage soliton waves, we will certainly achieve our goal. Be careful that, in this case too, excitation at resonance frequency is essential.

The artificial application of psychokinesis will bring about revolutionary changes in the field of material processing. In welding, we will use subatomic energy radiation rather than thermal energy to eliminate the cohesive force and to make the metal atoms flow into each other. The casting pro­cess will also be much simpler, because the metal, softened by energy radiation, can be shaped in a relatively simple way. Since this technology does not involve any heat generation, the materials to be welded together will not burn, which means that materials other than metals can be joined together in this way. This means that adhesives will not be needed in the future. If something breaks, or if two identical or different materials are to be joined, all that is needed is to irradiate the surfaces to be joined with Yang-type electromagnets and then press them together. The bond thus created surpasses the strength provided by the best adhesive by creating continuity of material. 

For the time being, our more deserving researchers cannot or dare not address this phenomenon. It is worth highlighting this method as a circus attraction. One of the manifestations of telekinesis is that so-called 'extrasensory' persons levitate objects between their hands without touching them. It is also this energy that enables Indian fakirs to pierce their ears, arms or any part of their body with thick needles without the slightest sign of pain. Psychokinesis may also be involved in this process. Like the healers in the Philippines, it is probably the energy emanating from their fingers that opens the skin to the needle and stops the bleeding. Since the penetration is done without cell destruction, no scar is formed on the skin surface after the needle is pulled out. In a deep trance, they are also able to cut off a piece of their tongue and then 'glue' it back in place as if nothing had happened.

The exact way of reattaching the cut body part seems incomprehensible to conventional thinking. At our current level of medical development, even reattaching a severed finger requires several hours of surgery. But the fakirs simply fit the two severed body parts together and fuse them in an instant. This is made possible by the fact that non-destructive tissue separation does not damage the tissues, but simply pulls them apart. By fitting them back together again, microgravity locks the separated molecules together. Nor does the joining happen randomly. It is controlled by the etheric body. In a separation, the etheric body of subatomic energy particles is not damaged. Both pieces of material contain the whole ether body. Therefore, when joined together, the ether body directs the molecules so that the appropriate pieces of tissue are joined together. It's like fitting two magnet rods together. Even if you put them side by side, the magnetic field pulls them together as if they were a continuous rod.

This is how extraterrestrial civilizations perform brain surgery. They cut around the skull with subatomic energy, remove the skullcap, and then perform the surgery on the brain marrow, which is accessible from all sides. The cranial cavity is then repositioned and the etheric body performs the precise fitting on its own. This fitting is so precise that no damage to the face is visible after the operation. No bleeding or lymphatic leakage occurs on the severed body parts because the separated tissues are sealed like a zipper. When the removed part is reattached, this zipper-like closure is created between the separated molecules. Blood flow, lymphatic circulation, is then established in the severed test part. All the molecules fall into place. The ether body plays a major role in this process. The ether test can also regenerate the physical body in the event of a destructive material separation, but in humans it can only do this in the event of a minor accident (e.g. skin injury).   

A Dutch magician has produced an even more astonishing method of non-destructive body opening. Minin Dajo performed a stunt in front of doctors at a Zurich hospital in which his assistant stuck a 70 cm long and 8 mm thick fencing pin into his back at kidney level, with the tip protruding from his chest for about 30 cm. In this state, he walked up to the X-ray department on the first floor and was examined. The spike was pulled out of his body after 20 minutes and he had not lost a drop of blood before or after. The X-ray clearly showed that the peritoneum had been punctured twice, but the blade had also penetrated the kidney, stomach, intestines and liver. Under normal circum­stances, death would be instantaneous. When the magician, to add to the excitement, plunged three daggers into his body at the same time, the authorities banned the act.

Official bodies have so far ignored this phenomenon, even though the search for these extraordi­nary people would be essential for scientific progress. They are capable of producing parapsycholo­gical phenomena that are not yet possible to produce artificially at any time. This leaves no alter­native but to take the initiative of citizens. If we do not want to remain stuck in the 20th century, if we do not want to resign ourselves to the rapid destruction of nature, which will lead to the de­struction of humanity, we must act. In this area too, private researchers must take over the role of professional researchers. This will not be easy, of course, because lay people do not have the neces­sary expertise, which is fraught with danger. They can put themselves and their environment at risk by being incompetent.

In this field in particular, we can cause harm to others. Therefore, we must be very careful and cautious in every step we take. Let us not be like the amateur parapsychologist who psychokinesis­tically split a woman in two and could no longer reconcile the two parts. This caused a huge panic among the occasional audience. A video of the incident can be seen at: http://videa.hu/videok/vicces/trukk-eses-humor-hulyules-83rSO8e1z7Qbn70G Recently, magicians have also started using psychokinesis in their stunts. One of them separated his own baby in a similarly convincing way. He was lucky because he was able to fit his upper and lower bodies together. Web address: http://indavideo.hu/video/Kettevagta_kislanyat_a_buvesz

 

Budapest, 12.02.2018.

                                                                                                                                

 

 

 

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[1] Fusion power plant researchers would be better off trying not to merge atoms at astronomical cost, but ethereal particles. In this way, they could produce much more energy at a much cheaper price. A Hungarian inventor has already managed to make a spherical fork. under laboratory conditions. It didn't cost billions of dollars like tokamak. The Hungarian researcher built the necessary equipment for this, amounting to about 100 dollars. But you can't make it, because in our country, inventors are seen as public enemy, and the authorities do everything they can to destroy them, trample them. By the way, this plasma generator can transform matter. It can be used to create rare earths and even to break down greenhouse gases and dispose of radioactive waste. For details, see György Egely: Water cars... Antigra­vity... (pages 33-37).

[2] The latest revelation is that birds avoid collisions in the air by always turning right from each other. We could intro­duce that standard in aviation. If this rule were to be inflanked by would-be pilots, our aircraft wouldn't collide. And autopilot could feed this program.

[3] Intermolecular force is a more apt term than cohesion, but the microgravity force extends not only to external attrac­tion, but also to the attraction within the nucleus between subatomo material particles.

[4] According to scientists, van der Waals forces are weak electrical forces that occur between dipolees resulting from unbalanced charges of molecules. However, this explanation does not hold up because these forces work for both mag­netisable and non-magnetic materials (e.g. plastics). Microgravity has nothing to do with magnetism, much less elect­ricity.

[5] The phenomenon of adhesion, the cause of its creation, is not yet clear. According to the current explanation of physi­cists, adhesion occurs when the adhesion of two materials together involves a decrease in surface energy. Like other weak interactions, the phenomenon of adhesion is probably due to subatom foundations.

[6] If you would like to know more about this type of surgery, read Shirley MacLaine's Book: My Journeys In. The great value of this work, based on personal experience, is that it reports on events in a credible way without any bias.

[7] For this reason, some scientists have come up with such a convoluted explanation: "The spatial distribution and struc­ture of the time loops growing outwards inside the elementary particles is asymmetrical. The twisting directions of their complex wave areas also show asymmetry, so different amounts of left and right time loops can be observed in different places within the time tank. This unevenness can also be observed outside the particle, in the synchronous dynamisms of the wavespace, which are positioned and moving around the system in a directional way. Over longer distances, this results in the troupes tending to enter the space in an orderly manner in relation to each other in a specific twisting position. To be precise, the twisting characteristics of their constituent particles are synchronized, thereby showing a kind of wavespace order throughout the company. Which has a compelling effect on the other companies around him, also arranging their particles. That's the sorting power we call magnity."