Profit & Power versus Quality of Life

* Nikola Tesla and Henry Moray were inventors who actually designed and built machinery that tapped into the free energy of space and harnessed it to drive electric motors, operate radios, and light electric light bulbs. Lester Hendershot invented a generator powered by the earth’s magnetic field that achieved similar results.

* But suppression has not been limited only to free energy inventions. It extends to cover research into hydrogen as an energy source as well. Francisco Pacheo successfully powered a car and a boat with the hydrogen energy of seawater. Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons shocked the scientific community when they announced that they had fused two hydrogen nuclei in a jar of heavy water. So it seems that water can become the major fuel for the world.

* Harry Hoxsey was born in 1902, into a family which had been successfully curing cancer for several generations using herbal medicine. Gaston Naessens developed alternative treatments for cancer, AIDS, and other immunologically  based diseases. Colonial Dinshah Ghadial (born in 1873) used his Spectro-Chrome Therapy (SCT) (i.e., Light Therapy) to successfully treat patients with cancer, diabetes, gonorrhea, syphilis, ulcers, neuritis, meningitis, heart conditions and many other disorders.

* Royal Raymond Rife designed and built his Rife Raytube that sucessfully treated cancer and numerous other pathogens. The Raytube treated all germs as mechanical systems, dissolving them with a vibrating ray of light (I.e., specific wave form and frequency for the pathogen being treated). No tissue is destroyed, no pain is felt, no noise is audible, no sensation is noticed. A tube lights up and 3 minutes later the treatment is completed. The virus or bacteria is destroyed and then the body recovers itself naturally from the toxic effect of the virus or bacteria.

* The unconventional scientist, the person who comes up with something that threatens a billion dollar industry, will find him or herself very rich or very dead. Common Sense dictates that the quality of life of the human population would be greatly improved if only good ideas would triumph in a free marketplace of ideas. But there is no existing free marketplace of ideas, and so good ideas do not triumph in the end. Thus it seems that, despite the vigorous protests of skeptics and others who profit from existing conditions, the evidence would indicate that suppression is the norm.

* The current reality of a world in which creativity and independent thinking are stifled protends a dismal future. Is there any hope with a view like this one? Perhaps not. But then, perhaps it is up to us to change our outlook for the years to come.

* We are at the most crucial time in recorded history in terms of not only our survival but our fulfillment as an intelligent, compassionate, and creative species. It is only now, when the need for a global transformation to super technology is dire, that eliminating the suppression of new “outside the box” technology¬† and science is absolutely necessary. If necessity is the mother of invention, perhaps we can hope that it is also the mother of the invention’s acceptance.



* Which supports and barriers were in play?

* What were the dynamics?

* Who, or what, won the Tug-of-War?

* Discuss the outcome with your friends and family.

* Use Post #4 as a reference for the dynamics, and the relationships, between the supports and barriers.