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Author:  bergle [ Tue Apr 03, 2007 4:14 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: [david barclay] antigravity:Fiction or Realty

Thank you david, that was actually a very easy to swallow description and it makes some sense inside my head.
Even if it seems baby talk to you more in the know "antigaviticists"(have i coined a word?)
it is something for us with an esoteric turn of mind to get comfortable with.
We havent gotten into how these craft are telepathically controlled by their occupants yet, but im sure humans will be able to fathom it when the time comes.
I heard stories of german cigar shaped craft hidden deep in the" wolfs lair "mountains .
Thesewere discovered by US intelligence units moving swiftly to gather such technology at the close of the war.
Any idea if the cigar shape may be another type of drive?
Many sightings of such craft predate this last century even.
Is the same type of drive more easily adapted to one particular hull?
So many questions....so little time.......
Thanks fer yer kiddygarter explanation it helps.............................bergle

Author:  david barclay [ Wed Apr 04, 2007 3:10 am ]
Post subject:  Re: [bergle] antigravity:Fiction or Realty

Bergle, sorry I had not noticed I had been spelling your name wrong.

Cigar shaped craft............I understand from reading the Douglas Files, as Douglas Aircraft were working on nailing the technology down up until the late 60s, that there are different levels of ET space technology. Some of course are more advanced than others.

From what they have to say from interviewing contactees, the magnetic frame drive is the most advanced level of known technology, which may be why it has yet to be duplicated by our Aerospace industry. Both Boeing and Lockheed are the two big guns when it comes to research and development and they have both had a go at this, but what success they may have had is unknown.

Over at gravitycontrol we've had numerous visits from Boeing and Lockheed as well as a lot of others, but they seem very reluctant to enter into the conversation.

Author:  bergle [ Wed Apr 04, 2007 3:52 am ]
Post subject:  Re: [david barclay] antigravity:Fiction or Realty

theyll suck up anything thry can et for free though hey?
I heard the old guy with the mechanical a- grav machine was in with boeing at one time poss 2yrs ago,but nothing since......
he was a guest on C2C....
said he used small gas motors.....to illustrate the principal...if the B2 has a-grav as rumoured,it maybe this mechanical one.

Author:  david barclay [ Wed Apr 04, 2007 6:26 am ]
Post subject:  Re: [bergle] antigravity:Fiction or Realty

It would seem that the B2 uses something akin to the principles involved with lifters, with an electrical charge running along the leading edge of the wing.

Yes, Boeing is keeping very quiet on their anti-gravity research.

Author:  bergle [ Tue Apr 10, 2007 9:37 am ]
Post subject:  Re: [david barclay] antigravity:Fiction or Realty

Aparantly plasmas created on the top rear of the lifting member,this acts as a forward thrust mechanism as well...............would these plasmas have anti grav effect or is this different from the energy you describe somehow?Similar?
Ive been terribly distracted with threatening situations lately it seems that my science information collection and filing process is at a low eb....(makes me dense as a post )
But im in recovery mode and hope at least to learn the rudiments of the theory.
We need this type of reinforcement to maintain our open ness to the vast new universe that is now being postulated with such ever growing acceptance.
Magnetism is not as yet defined for men.Would you say that it is the universal prime mover at the base of all energey actions and reactions?
As the quantum world is affected quite strongly through this force,would the macro verse also be dependant on it for much of energy requirements?d at its root in this same force no?
As electricity is created through magnetic fields,despite its wide use,it must be a stage to control and understanding of magnetic type alternatives?
Or are they totally inseperable ?and cannot be dealt with separately?
Also the attraction between electrically charged particles,of opposite charges must be related to this phenomina .
Im losing it its late and im in a great deal of pain that drugs fail to deaden so i better stop here....later dave .....bergle

Author:  lotus [ Thu Dec 13, 2007 6:58 am ]
Post subject:  Re: [bergle] antigravity:Fiction or Realty

Oh, I know it's fact.

I know they did it.
Our Lady of the Heavens is helping with the bloodlines.
I know that we only the narrow climb in the dark now.
And that's kind of a given.
Man has been entering and exiting the time warp
since Tim Leary put on panties.
(Nods solemnly.)

Luckiest of lucky, they're all lucky, hahahahahaha

Author:  uncled [ Thu Dec 13, 2007 7:47 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: [lotus] antigravity:Fiction or Realty

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Author:  bergle [ Fri Dec 14, 2007 8:02 am ]
Post subject:  Re: [uncled] antigravity:Fiction or Realty

Could this lead to friction free bearings?
I see no reason why not......
The beauty of this is enormous when one thinks of the longevity factor of machinery....
Imagine a huge wing gen machine with bearings so frictionless, that a mere hard sneeze could send it spinning....
or turbines that run virtually forever ....

Author:  uncled [ Fri Dec 14, 2007 3:24 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: [bergle] antigravity:Fiction or Realty

Well, Hopefully this is just the start of A beautiful new array of knowledge. Now if everyone can share the benifits :-)

Sometimes a few of the greedy impair progress though, eh ??

An angel suddenly appears at a faculty meeting and tells the dean of the college that, in return for his unselfish and exemplary behavior, he will be given his choice of infinite wealth, wisdom or beauty. Without hesitating, the dean selects infinite wisdom.
"Done!" says the angel and disappears in a cloud of smoke and a bolt of lightning.
Now, all heads turn toward the dean, who sits surrounded by a faint halo of light. At length, one of his colleagues whispers, "Say something wise."
The dean looks at them and says, "I should have taken the money."

Author:  MARINE [ Thu Jun 06, 2019 3:46 pm ]
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