Scientists have long yearned to understand the secret intelligence of creation and the mechanisms behind the maintenance of energy, gravity and motion that has been achieved in the universe. Thanks to new insights into these mechanisms and to new methods and technologies that mirror them, we have found that a vast amount of energy and gravitational force can be generated within the core of a manmade reactor.
The size of our reactors varies from as small as a rechargeable battery up to a few meters for large-scale power supply or for space applications.
The technology which has been developed is a totally integrated system capable of creating energy and gravity in its core. Within this system energy is produced by the same means that govern the natural dynamics of Earth, using geomagnetic forces and principles to create energy, dynamic magnetic fields and gravity.
We have proved that it is possible to achieve lift by using gravitational positioning and without the use of fuel. Thus by utilizing the basic forces of nature, man will be able to construct new systems for flight in space, free of manmade fuels and the shackles of Earth’s gravity.
Once in space, our system is capable of manipulating gravity through creating it directly within its core. Its technology can create a protective field of appropriate geomagnetic and atmospheric conditions, and the system will be able to defend itself from any environmental or external physical impact.
We hope that through the information in our published papers and books, the systems we have developed will become a tool to increase the pleasure and well-being of mankind.
A new horizon
Thanks to these new realizations, a new horizon has opened up for mankind’s travels in the future through managing the creation and control of gravity.
At present our technology is being fully developed for hundreds of applications. These new developments are the tip of the iceberg of new opportunities generated by this new technology. Our development and design work on these reactors has led to many new discoveries in the past months, and there are many more to be made.
The world of science and industry has been searching for ever for an efficient means to produce motion. The reality is that a method for delivering this at negligible cost has existed all along, and man only had to look within his own planet to find the answer.
Earth, planets and stars
The Earth, like all planets and stars, possesses a centrally heated core. The creation and maintenance of this heat and the motion produced are not on the same scale as that of stars, and they are not created by the methods that mankind has chosen for its technological progress up to this moment in time.
In this simple cola bottle plasma reactor we create a closed environment
In the center of planets the temperature attained is in the range of thousands of degrees rather than millions as in stars. The creation of this heat and motion is the result of a relative balance between the Matters within the structure of the planet. A planet possesses and maintains heat, gravity and magnetic forces through one integrated system, and most planets in solar systems have one common element as the main source of their energy.
It is important to keep in mind that all large objects in space are made up of combinations of fundamental elements on the atomic and molecular level, and that between these elements various processes of building and decay are happening continuously.
We have proved that the strength of the magnetic field and gravity of planets depends more on the composition of the material(s) and the speed of motion in the central core of the planet than on the size, heat or any other factors in the structure of the planet or star.
To have a comprehensive gravitational system, universal laws of physics have to be followed to the letter in the design of any workable apparatus or reactor if it is to achieve the creation of heat, magnetic force fields and gravity. However, magnetism and gravity can be created at all temperatures.
It is a long-standing misconception in science that high temperature and high pressure are needed to bring about basic interactions between the elements of the periodic table. In our prototype reactors based on this new understanding, we are now able to create, even in static reactor prototypes, basic processes (such as the production of atomic hydrogen) at room temperature and in atmospheric conditions.
Thus for the first time in the world of technology and research, we have designed and tested a new system that functions according to the fundamental principles of nature, and demonstrates how all these effects can be very simply attained, all at the same time, and in a natural universal manner in one system.