1955: Conquest of Gravity Aim of Top Scientists in U.S.

 Source: NEW YORK HERALD-TRIBUNE: Sunday, November 20, 1955 pp. l & 36 “ANTI-GRAVITY RESEARCH – Dr. Charles T. Dozier, left, senior research engineer and guided missiles expert of the Convair Division of General Dynamics Corp., conducting a research experiment toward control of gravity with Martin Kaplan, Convair Senior electronics engineer.” “IN CHARGE – George S. Trimble jr, vice-president in charge of advanced design planning of Martin Aircraft Corp., is organizing a new research institute for advanced study to push a program of theoretical research on gravitational effect” “CHANGES FAR BEYOND THE ATOM ARE THE PRIZE” (Revolution in Power, Air, Transit Is Seen) This is the first of a series on new pure and applied research into the mysteries of gravity and efforts to devise ways to counteract it. Written by Ansel E. Talbert, military and aviation editor, N.Y.H.T. The initial steps of an almost incredible program to solve the […] Read More

Flowing up from deep down under Voice of an Ancient

– Ten Bears I remember: I have the power to choose what my attitude is toward today’s offerings. Each direction is represented at the spring and fall equinoxes, and at the summer and winter solstices. In the Tlish Diyan tradition east is black, south is blue, west is yellow and north is white. Twenty-four lessons on the Wheel of Life were created by Old Man Thunder; twelve sprung forth from each wing of the Chief of the Thunder Beings, symbolic of the four elements, the four seasons, and the four directions from which Little Boy Lightning can, and often does appear. Little Boy Lightning is the most able assistant that works intimately with Snake and Old Man Thunder, as an interchange of energy, which guarantees a mutual cooperation between the directions of the four quarters of the earth and the sky, as well as the four seasons of the […] Read More

My trip across the parallel universe

 by Misty This is a story about a wonderful thing that happened to me, and I would like to share it. With all my heart and soul I swear it is true. I went on holiday to Egypt in June 1980, to see an Egyptian whose visa had run out for UK. I got off the plane at about 7.30 pm and he was there waiting. After coming back from the airport, I socialized with my friend’s mother, had snacks etc. and went to bed alone at about 11pm. I turned off the light and lay down to rest. As I suffer insomnia quite often, I usually reflect a bit on the past day to digest what has occurred  and philosophize about the significance of anything I learnt, so was staring into space, thinking how wonderful it was to be in Egypt. I was wide awake and had only lay down a […] Read More

1978: How to Build a Universe That Doesn’t Fall Apart Two Days Later

by Philip K. Dick, 1978 First, before I begin to bore you with the usual sort of things science fiction writers say in speeches, let me bring you official greetings from Disneyland. I consider myself a spokesperson for Disneyland because I live just a few miles from it—and, as if that were not enough, I once had the honor of being interviewed there by Paris TV. For several weeks after the interview, I was really ill and confined to bed. I think it was the whirling teacups that did it. Elizabeth Antebi, who was the producer of the film, wanted to have me whirling around in one of the giant teacups while discussing the rise of fascism with Norman Spinrad… an old friend of mine who writes excellent science fiction. We also discussed Watergate, but we did that on the deck of Captain Hook‘s pirate ship. Little children wearing […] Read More

2012: Who or What Built the Universe?

So who created the universe? Is it the work of a supreme being, or merely the inevitable, mindless outcome of physical law? In answering this question, members of the clergy usually vote for God. Scientists — who prefer explanations subject to laboratory tests — figure that everything we see today was as inevitable as wrinkles, once the Big Bang established physics. Stars and planets were cooked up as huge clouds of matter collapsed and coalesced. Life — amazing as it seems — was just an epiphenomenon, a sticky bit of chemistry that tufted the occasional cosmic niche. The universe wasn’t constructed for our benefit in this scenario: We’re just here for the grins. The split between religion and science is relatively new. Isaac Newton, who first worked out the laws by which gravity held the planets and even the stars in their traces, was sufficiently impressed by the scale […] Read More


CHAPTER II RELIGIONS Mu‘s RELIGION.–It is fairly well established that all religions have a common origin. Let us see what that source was. The first records of religion are more than 70,000 years old. They tell us that a body of trained masters from Mu, called Naacals, were carrying to her various colonies and colonial empires copies of the Motherland’s Sacred Inspired Religion. These Naacals formed in each country colleges for the teaching of the priestcraft religion, and the sciences. The priesthoods that were formed in these colleges in turn taught the people. There is a very interesting ancient writing about the Chaldis, as the colleges were called in Babylonia. It says: “Everyone was welcome, be he prince or slave. Directly they passed into the temple, they were equal, for they stood in the presence of the Heavenly Father, the Father of them all, and here they became brothers […] Read More