Another Country Heard From

"Another country heard from" was one of Townsend Brown’s favorite expressions.  According to an old associate who heard him use it any number of times, "the expression usually meant that someone else had chimed in who you didn’t
expect to hear from;  the phrase  ‘another
country heard from’ told you immeadiately what was going on without more
explainations."

In this case, the country heard from in the past week was Poland.  I think we’re going to learn in the weeks and months ahead that there are strong connections between some of the things that Townsend Brown worked on and similar efforts in various parts of Europe and the Soviet Union before, during, and after World War II, so it will likely prove valuable to have such channels open. 

For example, one of the most infamous — and puzzling  — subjects that comes up when one begins to research antigravity and/or advanced World War II weapons research is the notorious "Nazi Bell" which was first  described at some length in Nick Cook’s book "The Hunt For Zero Point," which has since its publication in 2002 become pretty much the "primer" on the whole subject.  The "Nazi Bell" was constructed and tested in a mine near Wenceslas, Poland — so it will likely prove valuable to have a contact from that part of the world.

Our correspondent from Poland is a fellow named Dariusz (Darek) Nowak, who has gathered some very interesting articles and photos tracing the history of antigravity research at his own website.  Unfortunately (for most of us, anyway) all of the accompanying text is in Polish, so we’re going to need a translator. I guess that’s how it goes when you’re hearing from "other countries."

Still, some of the links that Darek has passed on are worth looking into.

I was particularly fascinated by the images and accounts of a Russian flying machine called "EKIP."   Some readers may already be familiar with this supposedly flying oddity, but I’d never seen it before.  Darek says this craft is based on the science of Viktor Schauberger — another one of the names that comes up frequently in the course of this antigravity and free energy research. Those of you who would prefer to read about EKIP in the original Russian can click here.

Among the links that Darek sent me was this link to a discussion of the Stern Gerlach Experiment, which was apparently one of the early pillars of Quantum Mechanics.  Now, I have to tell you that I don’t profess to have a very firm grasp of Quantum Mechanics, but it has been suggested to me that the German interest in all thing quantum during World War II (as opposed to all things Relativity, which gave U.S. scientists their atom bombs) is one of the keys to the Townsend Brown story, so I’m mentioning it here.  The specific connections between Brown and the Germans in WWII I’ll get to later.

Another link I got from Darek was a .pdf file of a paper called "Outside the Box: Space and Terrestrial Transprotation and Energy Techologies for the 21st Century" by Theodore C. Loder of the University of New Hampshire’s Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space.  Loder’s premise is precisely the notion that seems to generate so much interest in Townsend Brown; his paper "reviews the development of antigravity research in the US and notes how research activity seemed to disappear by the mid 1950s. It then addresses recently reported scientific findings and witness testimonies – that show us that this research and technology is alive and well and very advanced."

I have provided a link to an HTML version of the paper at the Space Energy and Access Systems (SEAS) website, but anybody who wants a copy of the .pdf file can find it here. 

I recognized Loder’s name when it showed up in my inbox, and realized I’ve seen this paper before.  I need to spend some time sifting through my notes to see what my sources have said about this particular paper.  I suspect we’ll be revisiting the subject before very long.

The most interesting thing I got from Darek was a link to what has been referred to in some circles as "Report #13," which is a now declassified  report on "Electrogravitic Systems" that conducts a detailed  "examination of electrostatic motion,
dynamic counterbary and barycentric control." 

To those who believe that the U.S. government has been secretly developing antigravity craft and testing them at places like Area 51, this 1956 report is considered the "Rosetta Stone" of incriminating evidence.   Why the report was declassified in 1990 if it points to work that was conducted in the black for 35 years is just another one of the mysteries that keeps coming up here in the Parallel Universe…

There is more from Dariusz, but that should keep your mouse clicking for a while…

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