Creating a Non-Radiating Source of Electromagnetism

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On an earlier post Patent Approved for Anti-Gravity Spacecraft using Mass Reduction & Non-Conventional Propulsion, I shared an active US Navy patent describing a spacecraft with silent antigravity (electrogravitic) propulsion. While that patent describes that technology in general terms, the below-linked article provides a hint at the Navy’s tech in a way that will make it safe for human use – without all the radiation.

Creating a non-radiating source of electromagnetism (phys.org)

Electrogravitic (antigravity) propulsion was first developed by Maria Orsic (link opens slowly – be patient) in the 1930s, was stolen by the Nazi Nacht Waffen (Dark Fleet), some of whose scientists later brought many of their findings on this technology to the cabal US military after the war during Operation Paperclip. This tech has actively been in use since then by the Secret Space Program (SSP) that we will soon hear about in mainstream news.

But one of the biggest hurdles in the early development of antigravity propulsion was that the electromagnetic fields it generated were extremely toxic.

This otherwise geeky article hints at a bright (non-toxic) future for humanity’s technology!

Creating a non-radiating source of electromagnetism (phys.org)

But what’s cool about the above-linked article is that the scientific community is now prepping us to the idea of non-toxic magnetic fields – which means they can safely be used by humans. One of the applications will be antigravity travel (just imagine: owning a practically silent flying car), non-invasive brain surgery (already developed by Taiwan’s Foxconn Technologies and others), non-radiating quantum telecommunications (6G+), etc.

Stay tuned!


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