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The 2 coils to the right are actual tuning coils for zero point energy wound using sacred geometry and the Vedic metric system. All of the proof is put together by Prof. DR Konstantin Meyl President of the Society for the Advantage of Physics and Vice President of the German Association for Space Energy. His Physics Book for engineers has this information on the spiral coils and Roman Broadband Technology. There is 650 pages about 21 MB, this link will start downloading straight away. Scalar Waves Tesla physics Tuning coil secrets from Zero Point. It is all written in laymen terms and fairly easy to understand. He explains a lot about the coils and a version of history that has been suppressed to keep important information away from the majority of people. The information about Roman Broadband technology is at the end of the document and is well worth looking at.

Zero point tuning coils from ancient Rome. Free energy then but the ignorance of mankind today thinks it is just not possible. Do your own research!
coilsw2w54Zero Point energy has been around for centuries it is the key to some of the most advanced technologies on the planet. The reason people cannot make devices that Tesla made work correctly is because of the system of measurement they use. The quantum metrics (Vedic Metrics) are actually different inch values that are harmonically linked. I will explain more further down the page.  This system of measurement has to do with what the so Gods below are holding, the Rod and Ring. We have corporations that suppress energy devices that will release us from the cycle of so called fossil fuels and the lies about “Peak oil”. In 1951 Russian scientists and engineers found that oil is not a ‘fossil fuel’ it is a natural product of the earth. It is caused by high-temperatures, high-pressures and the continuous reaction between calcium carbonate and iron oxide, two of the most abundant compounds making up the earth’s crust. Oil is constantly being produced in our planet and old oil fields that have been pumped dry have filled back up again.









In the picture above you can see a bit of tape with numbers on it, these are the lengths of the Archimedian coils and and gives you an idea on how to tune a coil. In the COLD ELECTRICITY file in the Resource section it says Tesla used a 24 inch coil, but out of the ninety metrics which 24 inch value do you use? There is another example at the end of this file Manuscript Vedic Metric
OK now we get to the interesting bit. The reason why the tuning coils are spirals is because everything in nature works via a vortex. The Picture and Quote are from Readers Digest “In to the Unknown” published, Sydney 1982.



This pictures below were taken inside a bubble chamber, shows the delicate tracks made by bits of energy following a subatomic collision. Such constant, yet hard to imagine, exchanges challenge everyday concepts of time, space and reality.



As you will note; the shapes are spirals and are the same as the tuning coils for Zero-point energy. That is not a coincidence as everything formed in our computer generated holographic nature is via a spiral vortex of information, like those violent collisions in the picture .
Zero Point energy has to do with tuning into the Ether or natural electric force that drives nature. You need to be very precise with all of your measurements and have a complete understanding of Vedic Cosmological time cycles. Everything is related there is nothing that is separate from anything else, all nature is, is positive and negative magnetism trying to maintain a equilibrium (balance). High tension electricity like in a lightening storm is the result of nature trying to restore balance. Nature uses Magnetic Current as its power source the same as what Ed Leedskalnin used at the Coral Castle to levitate the multi-ton blocks. The Djed to the left is another example of using magnetism as a high frequency power source, see the U – magnet on top of the device and a copper winding that goes inside a tube just below the for capacitors like in the picture below that the French used.

As you will note; the shapes are spirals and are the same as the tuning coils for Zero-point energy. That is not a coincidence as everything formed in our computer generated holographic nature is via a spiral vortex of information, like those violent collisions in the picture .
The Tesla coil was not invented by Tesla as it had been invented thousands of years before he was even born as you will see in the pictures below. All he did was recreate technology that was already existing.

w1 The Tesla coils and Egyptian Djeds are exactly the same thing. Sure Tesla was a very intelligent man and in a class of his own when it came to conceiving Ideas and creating devices but he just replicated what was already there.
See the copper winding and the U-magnet on the device to the right. look into Ed Leedskalnin and the Coral Castle antigravity device for some more info on magnetic perpetual motion holder.
The picture bellow is a closer investigation into the Djed as you can see it is more detailed that what is depicted in the hieroglyphs and a very well engineered device used for a few different applications. The quality of the picture is not that good but you see more than enough to get a better understanding of what it is compared to what so called Academics portray it to be.






The Samrat Yantra, at Jaipur, designed by Jai Singh, measuring at its base 147′ and 90′ high calculates time within two seconds of accuracy every day. The ninety steps of the Yantra have to do with the ninety hymns of the Rg Veda with are represented by the ninety harmonic system of measurement of Vedic physics the science of all oneness If you note the progressive triangular incline of the picture above and compare it to the red wave on the far left will note how it looks remarkably like the steps of the yantra and a sideways view of the chart of the 90 Vedic metrics Pictured Below. It is all the same harmonics so why would the wave not look any different?

w105Above is a screen shot of the 90 metric metrics. See everything is related in one way or another. Time, motion and measurement IS ALL measured on the same scale. Now days we have may different formats for weight, temperature speed etc. but there is only one system that underlies everything. It is all just to confuse you and keep you as far away as possible from the truth.

By now you should understand that all the advanced technology has been kept from the people and now it’s time to explain a bit more about who the Sumerians where.
6 These Sumerians giants were around 36 feet tall with six fingers on each hand as you can see in the pictures just above. These are nice pictures but what is more interesting is where they actually come from.




The main planet on which this Species came from is called Nibiru it is in a 3600 years obit as seen below. This planet and this species will be returning and it all has to do with NWO.


The Pictures below are from the Cassini/Huygens space prope and there is so much information on the internet about it now you will be overwhelmed.
The Main ship they arrived in is known to us as IAPETUS which means in ancient Greek as the origin of MAN. IAPETUS is in the obit of the planet Saturn and is named as a moon but as you will see below it is a huge hollow space ship.
iapetusimage26191Zecharia Sitchin is properly the best resource for the truth on factual archaeology. Erich von Daniken who wrote a book called “the Chariots of the Gods” many years ago. That book I what got me started on my journey of discovery at the age of 13.
There are other alien species that are recorded in our history as you can see to the left.
Description: The Sumerians are believed to be a reptilian race and some believe we were created as a slave race to serve their needs. It amuses me that all or our grains like wheat etc, Where genetically modified about 400,000 years about the same time they arrived. Man was not allowed to depict them in there true form but there are artifacts showing them as a Reptilian race. .

Another example of 6 fingers to the right, artifact from Roswell crash













LEFT: Modern observatory

RIGHT: Ancient Hindu observatory ai


Pictures of the missing inner chambers from The web site of James Colmer.  Once inside the core, certain measurements might unlock its secrets. It seems that the key to understanding what’s inside hinged on a little known, but widely accepted principle of eschatology. Just as the year-day concept is crucial in interpreting Bible prophesy, (one day = 1 literal year, eze 4:6, Num 14:34), the year-inch principle is invaluable in defining the Pyramid. By applying one year to each inch (sacred Jewish inch), the message that developed was crystal clear: the Pyramid was simply a Bible in stone. The pyramid pump system and this site the Gaza power plant hydrogen reactor explains the harmonics and many other interesting things that you would not know about the pyramids.
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Intel Computers make Computer chips that small you cannot see that they are designed using the principles of our cybernetic nature Picture is from Jain mathemagics This is also an excellent source of Vedic mathematics. Why dumb your child down when you can teach them to calculate faster than you can punch the number in to a calculator. Vedic Math’s teaches you to use both sides of your mind at the same time.





The Sumerians depicted in their natural form are a reptilian species as seen in these ancient artifacts. You should do some research on the Nephilim and Annunaki and I am sure you will not like what you find.








Looks like a star gate they are walking through…





The following is an excerpt of  “The Paradox of Our Age,” from Words Aptly Spoken, by Bob Moorehead.

We have taller buildings but shorter tempers; wider freeways but narrower viewpoints; we spend more but have less; we buy more but enjoy it less; we have bigger houses and smaller families; more conveniences, yet less time; we have more degrees but less sense; more knowledge but less judgement; more experts, yet more problems; we have more gadgets but less satisfaction; more medicine, yet less wellness; we take more vitamins but see fewer results.


We drink too much; smoke too much; spend too recklessly; laugh too little; drive too fast; get too angry quickly; stay up too late; get up too tired; read too seldom; watch TV too much and pray too seldom.

We have multiplied our possessions, but reduced our values; we fly in faster planes to arrive there quicker, to do less and return sooner; we sign more contracts only to realize fewer profits; we talk too much; love too seldom and lie too often. We’ve learned how to make a living, but not a life; we’ve added years to life, not life to years. We’ve been all the way to the moon and back, but have trouble crossing the street to meet the new neighbor. We’ve conquered outer space, but not inner space; we’ve done larger things, but not better things; we’ve cleaned up the air, but polluted the soul; we’ve split the atom, but not our prejudice.

We write more, but learn less; plan more, but accomplish less; we make faster planes, but longer lines; we learned to rush, but not to wait; we have more weapons, but less peace; higher incomes, but lower morals; more parties, but less fun; more food, but less appeasement; more acquaintances, but fewer friends; more effort, but less success. We build more computers to hold more information, to produce more copies than ever, but have less communication; drive smaller cars that have bigger problems; build larger factories that produce less. We’ve become long on quantity, but short on quality.

These are the times of fast foods and slow digestion; tall men, but short character; steep in profits, but shallow relationships. These are times of world peace, but domestic warfare; more leisure and less fun; higher postage, but slower mail; more kinds of food, but less nutrition. These are days of two incomes, but more divorces; these are times of fancier houses, but broken homes.

These are days of quick trips, disposable diapers, cartridge living, throw-away morality, one-night stands, overweight bodies and pills that do everything from cheer, to prevent, quiet or kill. It is a time when there is much in the show window and nothing in the stock room. Indeed, these are the times!

Change starts with each person being individually responsible for their actions and behaviour.  What kind of world are we voting for with the way we choose to live our life?

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Theoretical physicists have proposed a way they think will allow us to create matter from light. The experiment has yet to be done, but has passed peer review as practical and the inventors are in discussions with experimentalists with the equipment to carry it out. The proposal has created excitement because, while it has been accepted for 80 years that two photons of light could theoretically create matter, for that time the demonstrational proof was regarded as beyond the reach of lab equipment.


As Einstein’s much quoted, but seldom understood, equation e=mc2 tells us, matter and energy are connected. One can turn into another. Light is one of the forms of energy produced from matter in atomic bombs. However, going the other way is more of a challenge.

In 1934 Gregory Breit and John Wheeler proposed that, under the right circumstances, two photons of light would convert into an electron and its antimatter equivalent the positron. Breit-Wheeler pair production is classified as one of seven basic types of light and matter interactions (see chart below). The others all resulted in Nobel Prizes, either for the experimentalist who observed it or the theoretician who explained it. (In some cases, observations came before theory, whereas in others it was the reverse).

“Despite all physicists accepting the theory to be true, when Breit and Wheeler first proposed the theory, they said that they never expected it be shown in the laboratory,” says Professor Steve Rose of Imperial College London. However, the options open to experimentalists have expanded a lot since then.

Earlier this year two physicists from the University of Warsaw, Katarzyna Krajewska and Jerzy Kaminski  modeled the distributions of electron-positron pairs created when laser and non-laser photons collide, noting that the “rapid development of high-power laser technology has led to a renaissance of theoretical interest in strong-field quantum electrodynamics.”

Now Rose and his PhD student Oliver Pike have come up with a way to put this sort of modeling to the test. In Nature Photonics they propose a two step process. High intensity lasers would be used to push electrons until they are traveling close to the speed of light, directing them towards a slab of gold. The electrons’ impact would release high energy gamma rays. Ordinary gamma rays, such as those produced by many nuclear decays, will not do it. The photons produced here are 1000 times as energetic as those at at the division between X-Rays and gamma rays, or a billion times that of visible light.

Then it would be necessary to send the output of a high energy laser inside an otherwise hollow gold tube and fire the light at the tube’s inner surface to create a spread of wavelengths. If the high energy gamma rays from the first stage are directed into the ultra-heated center of the tube Rose and Pike believe the collisions between the two sorts of photons would not only produce electron-positron pairs, but do so in such numbers “of the order of 100,000 pairs” that they would be detectable.


Clear liquid droplets can bend light, acting like a lens. By exploiting this well-known phenomenon, scientists have devised a cheap and simple way to turn a smartphone into a high-resolution microscope. The high-powered lenses cost less than a cent apiece to make, and all you need is a cover slip or glass slide, some common polymer, and an oven. The method would be immensely helpful for diagnosing medical conditions in remote areas and developing countries.
Conventional lenses are usually made in one of two ways. You can grind and polish a flat disk of glass into a particular curved shape, or you can pour gel into molds. These new lentil-sized lenses simply retain the natural shape of liquid droplets. They’re made of a gel-like silicon polymer called polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) — the same unbreakable, scratch-free stuff used for contact lenses.
And it really sounds quite simple to make. “We put a droplet of polymer onto a microscope cover slip and then invert it. Then we let gravity do the work, to pull it into the perfect curvature,” study author Steve Lee from Australia National University explains in a news release.
By adding small amounts of fluid to the droplet successively after baking the base drop, they managed to reach a (surprisingly high) magnifying power of 160 times with an imaging resolution of four micrometers. They varied the focal lengths by letting the drop hang and then curing (or hardening) them further in the oven.
“What I did was to systematically fine-tune the curvature that’s formed by a simple droplet with the help of gravity, and without any molds,” Lee explains. No complicated machinery needed. Here’s the step-by-step easy-bake recipe:
  • 1. Drop a small amount of PDMS onto the slide.
  • 2. Bake at 70 degrees Celsius to harden it and create a base.
  • 3. Afterwards, drop another dollop of PDMS onto the base and flip the slide over.
  • 4. Watch as gravity pulls the new droplet down into a parabolic shape.
  • 5. Bake the droplet again to solidify the lens.
  • 6. Add more drops as needed to hone the lens shape and enhance the imaging quality of the lens.
The whole lens was only a few millimeters thick and just over a centimeter in diameter. The team then designed a lightweight 3D-printable frame to hold the lens, along with a couple mini LEDs and a coin battery for watches. The attachment turns a smartphone camera into a dermascope to diagnose skin diseases like melanoma. Dermascopes can cost $500; this new prototype dermascope add-on comes to about $2. You can check out this comparison of the magnified images.


The new dermascope could be commercially available in just a few months, according to Lee. With a different app, a similar tool can help farmers identify pests in the field. And to think, the first droplet lens was made by accident. Serendipitous.
The work was published in the Optical Society’s Biomedical Optics Express this week.

The future of technology could hinge on a single material. The industry is currently buzzing over the potential of graphene, which is the strongest, slimmest and most malleable material in known existence. Graphene, which is a form of carbon, could change the way our devices look, feel, perform–and even interact with our bodies. Here’s how this sensational substance will influence the world of tech.

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Stronger Than Steel

Smartphones like the LG G Flex can heal themselves from minor scrapes and scratches, but graphene should take durability to the next level. The material is purportedly 100 times stronger than steel. According to the American Chemical Society, graphene achieves this strength because its carbon atoms are arranged in two-dimensional sheets.

Flexible Like Rubber

Researchers at Columbia University told the The New York Timesthat graphene could stretch by 20 percent. In other words, it’s pliable just like rubber. Samsung’s Advanced Institute of Technology has been experimenting with graphene transistors, which would allow for easy production of flexible displays on both wearable devices and handsets.

Graphene is also resistant to water, so the material could potentially usher in a new generation of waterproof devices whose chassis may not need to be sealed like today’s devices.

The Lightest, Thinnest Devices Ever

According to a study from the American Chemical Society, graphene is thin enough to stretch over 28 football fields. The material holds a ton of tech potential, as we could someday see paper-thin smartphones and tablets that you can fold up when not in use.

A video posted on the Times’ website shows a block of graphene powder balancing on top of flower–and you don’t see a petal move or bend.

Incredible Battery Life

Graphene will likely influence not just how our devices look, but how long they last. Northwestern University researchers built a battery made of graphene and silicon, which supposedly lasted over a week on a single charge and only took 15 minutes to juice up. If graphene goes mainstream, you could possibly leave your smartphone charger home when traveling.

Working With Your Body

According to Dr. Aravind Vijayaraghavan at the University of Manchester, graphene has the potential to interact with your biological systems. This would take today’s fitness-tracking tech to all new heights, as graphene sensors could possibly scan your nervous system or “talk to your cells,” according to the Times. Mainstream devices like the Samsung Galaxy S5 are showing a commitment to fitness features, and widespread graphene production could help make health-conscious devices the standard.


Aside from its physical benefits, graphene is also one of the cheapest materials around. With Samsung, Nokia, SanDisk and IBM investigating uses for graphene (along with universities), we could soon see a host of exciting new devices that are stronger, lighter and cheaper for manufacturers and consumer alike.

via NYTimes.com

Many cultures view the disappearance of the moon as a time of danger and chaos.


The Inca feared that a lunar eclipse was caused by a jaguar attacking the moon. They’d try to drive it away by making noise, including beating their dogs to make them howl and bark.


Marauding demons, murderous pets, and ravenous jaguars are just some of the culprits that cultures around the world have blamed for the moon‘s disappearance during lunar eclipses.

During the night of April 14 through April 15, the first total lunar eclipse in more than two years will be visible across North and South America, and from Hawaii. (See “Viewing Guide: Watch Moon Turn Red During Total Lunar Eclipse.”)

While such celestial events are celebrated today with viewing parties, road trips, and astronomy talks, eclipses haven’t always been events that people looked forward to.

Many ancient cultures saw solar or lunar eclipses as a challenge to the normal order of things, says E. C. Krupp, director of the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, California. “Things that shouldn’t be happening are happening.” (See “Solar Eclipse Myths From Around the World.”)

Howling at the Moon

“[The Inca] didn’t see eclipses as being anything at all good,” saysDavid Dearborn, a researcher at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California, who has written extensively on how the Inca viewed astronomy. Accounts written by Spanish settlers in the New World record the Incan practices surrounding eclipses, he says.

Among the collected myths is a story about a jaguar that attacked and ate the moon. The big cat’s assault explained the rusty or blood-red color that the moon often turned during a total lunar eclipse. (See“Lunar Eclipse Pictures: When the Moon Goes Red.”)

The Inca feared that after it attacked the moon, the jaguar would crash to Earth to eat people, Dearborn says. To prevent that, they would try to drive the predator away by shaking spears at the moon and making a lot of noise, including beating their dogs to make them howl and bark. (Read about the Inca Empire in National Geographic magazine.)

A Substitute King

The ancient Mesopotamians also saw lunar eclipses as an assault on the moon, says Krupp. But in their stories, the assailants were seven demons.

Traditional cultures linked what happened in the sky to circumstances on Earth, he says. And because the king represented the land in Mesopotamian culture, the people viewed a lunar eclipse as an assault on their king. “We know from written records [that Mesopotamians] had a reasonable ability to predict lunar eclipses,” says Krupp. So in anticipation of an eclipse, they would install a surrogate king intended to bear the brunt of any attack.

“Typically, the person declared to be king would be someone expendable,” Krupp says. Though the substitute wasn’t really in charge, he would be treated well during the eclipse period, while the actual king masqueraded as an ordinary citizen. Once the eclipse passed, “as you might expect, the substitute kings typically disappeared,” Krupp says, and may have been dispatched by poisoning.

Healing the Moon

The eclipse myth told by the Hupa, a Native American tribe from northern California, has a happier ending.

The Hupa believed the moon had 20 wives and a lot of pets, says Krupp. Most of those pets were mountain lions and snakes, and when the moon didn’t bring them enough food to eat, they attacked and made him bleed. The eclipse would end when the moon’s wives would come in to protect him, collecting his blood and restoring him to health, Krupp says.

To the Luiseño tribe of southern California, an eclipse signaled that the moon was ill, says Krupp. It was tribe members’ job to sing chants or prayers to bring it back to health.

Modern Myths

Not all cultures view an eclipse as a bad thing, says Jarita Holbrook, a cultural astronomer at the University of the Western Cape in Bellville, South Africa, in an interview last year.

“My favorite myth is from the Batammaliba people in Togo and Benin” in Africa, she says. In this myth, the sun and the moon are fighting during an eclipse, and the people encourage them to stop. “They see it as a time of coming together and resolving old feuds and anger,” Holbrook says. “It’s a myth that has held to this day.”

Ancient rituals will mingle with contemporary science as the Griffith Observatory marks the April 14-15 eclipse. “Based on past experience, we expect a very large crowd to show up,” Krupp says, as staff and astronomers gather on the Los Angeles observatory’s front lawn with telescopes—and with noisemakers.

“If there’s a celestial object threatened, Griffith Observatory is in the business of protecting and observing,” Krupp says with mock gravity. He plans to don his “official eclipse-dispersing wizard’s robe and hat” and lead marchers around the lawn with noisemakers, to scare off whatever is swallowing the moon.

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