1994: The Final Secret of Free Energy

Update 1994 By T. E. Bearden Update 15 February 1994 (C) Copyright 1994 by T.E. Bearden INTRODUCTION My associates and I have filed the first patent application on two electrical overunity processes and devices; one similar to what is outlined in “The Final Secret of Free Energy”[1] and an additional variation utilizing, as collectors, standard step-charged capacitors rather than degenerate semiconductor materials. In 60 to 90 days we will have a very enlightening paper (more likely a book) ready on that. We also plan to file several more extremely fundamental overunity patent applications from additional phenomena and mechanisms that we have uncovered. In this paper it is assumed that the reader is familiar with the content of “The Final Secret of Free Energy.” Figure 1 shows the invention schematically, and we briefly summarize it as follows: SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION A method and apparatus for extracting bidirectional EM wave […] Read More

A Note On Eliphas Lévi

[To the Editor of “The Theosophist.”] Madam, – Since you have published a posthumous letter of my master and beloved friend, the late Éliphas Lévi, I think it would be agreeable to you to publish, if judged suitable, a few extracts of the many manuscripts in my possession, written expressly for, and given to, me by my ever regretted master. To begin with, I send you “Stray Thoughts on Death and Satan” from his pen. I cannot close this letter without expressing the deep indignation aroused in me by the base diatribes published in the London Spiritualist against your Society and its members. Every honest heart is irritated at such unfair treatment, especially when proceeding from a man of honour as Mr. Harrison (editor of The Spiritualist) who admits in his journal anonymous contributions that are tantamount to libels. With the utmost respect, I remain, Madam, Yours devotedly, – […] Read More

1876: (New) York Against Lankester

A New War Of The Roses Despite the constant recurrence of new discoveries by modern men of science, an exaggerated respect for authority and an established routine among the educated class retard the progress of true knowledge. Facts which, if observed, tested, classified and appreciated, would be of inestimable importance to science, are summarily cast into the despised limbo of supernaturalism. To these conservatives the experience of the past serves neither as an example nor a warning. The overturning of a thousand cherished theories finds our modern philosopher as unprepared for each new scientific revelation as though his predecessor had been infallible from time immemorial. The protoplasmist should, at least, in modesty remember that his past is one vast cemetery of dead theories; a desolate potter’s field wherein exploded hypotheses lie, in ignoble oblivion, like so many executed malefactors, whose names cannot be pronounced by the next of kin […] Read More

Kabalistic Views Of “Spirits”

I beg you to again allow me a little space for the further elucidation of a very important question – that of the “Elementals” “and the “Elementaries.” It is a misfortune that our European languages do not contain a nomenclature expressive of the various grades and conditions of spiritual beings. But surely I cannot be blamed for either the above linguistic deficiency, or because some people do not choose, or are unable, to understand my meaning! I cannot too often repeat that in this matter I claim no originality. My teachings are but the substance of what many Kabalists have said before me, which to-day I mean to prove, with your kind permission. I am accused (1) of “turning somersaults” and jumping from one idea to another. The defendant pleads – not guilty. (2) Of coining not only words but Philosophies out of the depths of my consciousness. Defendant […] Read More

1997: Notes on Madame Blavatsky’s Baboon

By W. T. S. Thackara [Reprinted from Theosophic History (6:8), October 1997, pp. 309-15, with additional material.] Madame Blavatsky’s Baboon: Theosophy and the Emergence of the Western Guru, by Peter Washington, London: Secker & Warburg, 1993; ISBN 0-436-56418-1, notes, bibliography, index, cloth, 480 pages. (1995 American edition subtitled: A History of the Mystics, Mediums, and Misfits Who Brought Spiritualism to America) PETER WASHINGTON is the General Editor of the Everyman Library and the author of several books including Fraud: Literary Theory and the End of English. He is a professor of English and European Literature at Middlesex University and a reviewer and critic for The London Evening Standard and The Independent. Editor’s Comments (Theosophical History, October 1997, pp. 272-3): W. T. S. Thackara’s “Notes on Madame Blavatsky’s Baboon” by Peter Washington is not so much a book review as a remedial essay. When Madame Blavatsky’s Baboon first appeared in […] Read More

1880: The Number Seven and Our Society

The thoughtful reader must have pondered well over the mysterious import that the number Seven seems to have always had among the ancients, as succinctly epitomized in our June number, as well as the theory of cycles, discussed in the July issue. It was there stated that the German scientists are now giving attention to this manifestation of the numerical harmony and periodicity of the operations of Nature. A series of statistical observations, embracing some centuries of historical events, tend to show that the ancients must have been perfectly aware of this law when constructing their systems of philosophy. In fact, when statistical science shall have been fully perfected, as it seems likely to be, there will be constantly increasing proofs that the evolution of heroes, poets, military chieftains, philosophers, theologians, great merchants, and all other remarkable personages, is as capable of mathematical estimate upon the basis of the […] Read More

2006: Sembe, Ancient Persian Time Traveller

http://www.angelfire.com/nm2/aona/sembe.html Part 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS and Introduction. Introduction This is a story of my past life in ancient Persia approx 45,000 years ago. (give or take a few milleniums either side) Whenever it was the Age of Libra – about that era. I know it was a very long time ago, before the Flood. It first rose up to my conscious mind while living in London in the early 1980s, when I was watching for UFOs outside the window. More on that side HERE I saw so many UFOs sitting silently outside that I used to send them messages by telepathy, wondering if maybe they were making themselves known deliberately. They were, and used to project in my room and I spoke with them for hours every night for years and years. It was all very surreal, because they were so cosmic that they caught me up in […] Read More

Can one create a new reality on a new timeline?

Part One: By Misty http://www.angelfire.com/nm2/aona/gridlines.html INTRODUCTION TO CREATING NEW TIMELINES I became aware of parallel realities as a young child in my birthplace Dunedin, New Zealand (which has majority Scot population) when I kept slipping into a past life, from continually hearing Scotland the Brave etc on the bagpipes. I have some Scots ancestors. The music must have created a time portal to its original source, through the generated sentimental emotion. I kept re-experiencing myself in a past life there as an invalid woman a few centuries ago, who spent most of her life dreaming of far away places. About age 17, after I’d moved to another city called Gisborne, I used to paint to rock music and this time the music sent me somewhere else. I was propelled about 20 years ahead in time, with constant deja vus endlessly hammering at me like a battering ram! Only I […] Read More

I saw Jesus on the tube train in London

by Misty In London, in a crowded tube train in the early 1980s I saw Jesus. It was the after-work rush hour and everyone was squashed tightly like sardines into the carriages. There was hardly breathing room. I was standing, with many people pressing against me and their faces were bright under the ceiling lights. Many didn’t look so healthy and a bit pasty faced against the artificial light. I am a people watcher and I looked around at all the faces to philosophize about their place in the eternal scheme of things. I casually turned my head, hoping to glimpse all that were in view as discreetly, as possible trying not to stare. Normally I can see and feel people’s auras. Sometimes I look at them when there is time to spare and wonder how they got all the colours and patterns. I was casually glancing my eyes on […] Read More