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The Inventor of Anti-Gravity & Electrogravitic Space Propulsion: Maria Orsic (Page Loads Slowly – Updated)

What is also not so well known is the influence on our modern-day space technology coming from a single woman who successfully flew the first antigravity spacecraft as early as the 1920s – well before other scientists of the early days of space research. This is about a leader and a visionary named Maria Orsic.

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The Mystery Man Behind The US Navy’s Antigravity & Other Patents

In 2019 the US Navy is assignee on 5 revolutionary patents invented by Salvatore Cezar Pais. Stuff like a fusion reactor that produces 1000 gigawatts that’s a size basket ball. That’s enough to power almost 100 big cities and the other one is an antigravity craft that can fly equally in air, water and space with crew not experiencing inertia. THE U.S NAVY CLAIMS PAIS’ PATENTS ARE ENABLED AND OPERABLE!!!

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US Navy Patent Explains Principles of Anti-Gravity

The TR3b Is An Actual Real Spacecraft With A Real US Patent

The “Background” section of the following linked US Patent “Craft using an inertial mass reduction device” provides some technical discussion of the principles behind anti-gravity, electro-gravitic propulsion, and other technologies currently in use by the military

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