1915: Theosophy and Some of the Vital Problems of the Day

By Katherine Tingley A Series of Addresses delivered between January 10 and March 28, 1915 At the Isis Theater, San Diego, California Originally Published by The Woman’s International Theosophical League, International Theosophical Headquarters, Point Loma, California, 1915. Contents Address No. 1 – January 10, 1915 Address No. 2 – January 17, 1915 Address No. 3 – January 24, 1915 Address No. 4 – January 31, 1915 Woman’s Mission – February 7, 1915 Short Addresses by Katherine Tingley and Officials of the Woman’s International Theosophical League Address No. 5 – February 14, 1915 Man’s Mission – February 21, 1915 Short Addresses by Katherine Tingley and Officials of the Men’s International Theosophical League Address No. 6 – February 28, 1915 Address No. 7 – March 28, 1915 Appendix: Parliament of Peace and Universal Brotherhood Address Number One — January 10, 1915 H. P. BLAVATSKY, AND THE FOUNDING OF THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY […] Read More

1998: Free Energy, Gravity and the Aether

by Dan A. Davidson PO Box 1090 Sierra Vista, AZ 85636 520-378-6033 Abstract: Over the years the existence and understanding of the aether has evolved as the basis for gravity and free energy effects at a micro and macro level. Laboratory experiments have shown that superluminal energy and information transfer has been effectively accomplished via aetheric engineering, which effectively eliminates the theory of relativity and its absurd views of physics and cosmology. The structure of the aether is summarized, as a superfluidic medium, including interrelationships of many of the basic universal constants describing physical phenomena with magnetic, electrical, and gravitic formulas. The author summarizes experiments that he has carried out, as well as others. Also summarized will be the author’s current view of where the maverick (“behind the scenes”) science network has moved in engineering the aether. The essence is that a worldwide, loosely associating group of engineers, physicists, […] Read More