“If these new energy technologies were to be set free worldwide, the change would be profound. It would affect everybody. It would be applicable everywhere. These technologies are absolutely the most important thing that has happened in the history of the world.” ~Dr. Brian O’Leary (Ph.D. in Astronomy, UC-Berkeley), NASA Astronaut, adjunct lecturer at Princeton, Cal. Tech., Cornell, expert on breakthrough energy technologies.
Free Up Free Energy
Everyone seems to be caught up in a battle or struggle for energy. We eat energy bars to keep apace. People can feel low or high energy, or sense bad or good energy in others. Our energy costs, especially for transportation, continue to weigh heavily on most American budgets. Our conflicts with the people of the Middle East are mostly over energy – our desire to acquire theirs. And as we shall see now, our quest to introduce free energy is one of the major challenges for the future of this world.
The elite controllers referred to throughout the book Future Esoteric have a history of obstructing anything that threatens their own power structure, including revolutionary new energy technologies. Those with financial interests in the current global petrochemical industry are literally suppressing the very information and solutions we need to restore our planet to health.
The current model of burning oil, coal and gas for our energy needs is woefully outdated. Even nuclear energy is not a sustainable or a dependable clean energy source for our future. In choosing an energy path, and it is a choice, we must consider all the living people, animals, plants and general health of the planet, all of which are affected. Burning oil and coal for energy are smokestack relics of the top hat mentality of the 19th century. Today the hydrocarbon and nuclear lobbies represent a multi-trillion dollar per year industry.
Human beings, in the way we pollute without regard to other living organisms, have become a planetary parasite – tainting nearly every ecosystem on Earth with our destructive and wasteful ways. There must be a better choice! We’ve put a man on the moon, developed the microchip, and we can communicate and travel globally. Consider the concept of an “over-unity device” where you put a little energy in to get the engine started and then it produces a greater output. Few people are aware that since the 19th century, over-unity devices have been introduced with much fanfare, then quickly disappeared. But why? Is the 19th century invention of an internal combustion engine which runs on gasoline really the best we can do for personal transportation? Or can the manufacture and marketing of an over-unity device be the downfall of the largest corporations on the planet? It must be remembered that burning hydrocarbons equals making lots of money. And making big money means influence and control.
Scientists as far back as Nikola Tesla in the early 1900s have been developing alternative ways to access electricity without combustion. Tesla’s breakthrough inventions and patents (those not destroyed or suppressed) have changed the face of energy technologies in the 20th century. Yet his name and work have been absent in science textbooks – and the reason will become clear, as the reader absorbs the facts and checks reliable Internet sources. Tesla discovered the AC current that is used all over the world today. He also developed the ability to transmit electrical energy through the air like radio waves, where the power could be received by the end user with an antenna. He built the Wardenclyffe Tower to demonstrate this capability to the world, and famously stated:
“All peoples everywhere should have free energy sources. … Electric power is everywhere present in unlimited quantities and can drive the world’s machinery without the need for coal, oil or gas.”
Nikola Tesla was not motivated by the desire for status or wealth. He wanted to give the world free energy. But right before his wireless energy broadcast demonstration, banker J. P. Morgan ceased further funding and the project was terminated. Morgan owned the copper mines and was making a fortune from the copper wire used to conduct electricity. Tesla’s invention would have made those copper wires obsolete. It would also have upset the business model of Morgan’s rich friends in the petroleum industry. If we are to implement free energy in the tradition of Nikola Tesla, then we need to replicate not only his science, but his humanity.
MOTIVES FOR SUPPRESSION
There is clearly a technology block that continues to choke the planet in order to control all its inhabitants. Big Oil and special interests permeating all branches of government and many of its agencies are certainly to blame. Since 1951, the U.S. government has restricted the release of nearly 5,000 energy technology patents that have the potential of ending many of today’s greatest crises. For example, in 1955, a car that runs only on nonpolluting hydrogen was shown to the world by completing 110 laps at the Indianapolis 500 Race Track. The plans were bought by Gulf-Western Oil and never seen nor heard about again.
While the nonpolluting aspects of hydrogen are encouraging, the question remains how to create the energy to generate the energy. A number of inventions (some actually patented) have made great strides toward solving this problem. However, it would appear there are powerful individuals in a compartmentalized area of the U.S. government, together with Big Oil itself, which retain and control all of the patents and breakthrough free energy technology; but they continue to suppress this vital information intentionally (and intimidate those who wish to share it) because it is still seen as a threat to their empire. Remember the saying: “What is good for General Motors is good for America, and what is good for America is good for General Motors?” (It is quite possible that various powerful individuals believe this maxim.) Various governmental agencies also see free energy technologies as a threat, or rather, key individuals within these organizations. Conscious or not, the underlying threat and motivation for suppression appears to be fear of loss of professional identity, status, livelihood (for those dependent on academic support) and, yes, greed and control for those at the top of the pyramid. After all, free energy is exactly what it is, free, which does not turn a profit, make a meter tick, or generate any tax revenue.