|Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Non-Conventional Energy Technology (PACE, 1984)|
By ADAM TROMBLY
In November of 1980, there was the first conference on novel energy technology, although it was called Tachyon Field Energy, in Hanover, Germany. This conference was a surprise to me, because I'd been working in the field of free energy for about a year at that time, and was very surprised that any respectable group of people in the established sciences would put on such a conference. I was surprised not because of our own work and our own research and what it had shown, but because somebody was willing to stick their neck out far enough to even possibly threaten their own reputation by putting on a conference that dealt with a subject that it is at least, or at best, on the borderlands of science. At least if you're a conventional physicist.
I came from a conventional physics background. I came from a family of scientific rigor. We learned scientific method as children, and were crippled to some degree by the idea that knowledge and information are what is of primary importance in life. What I saw in Germany was remarkable. There were scientists from all over the world, there were diplomats from all over Europe, and there was Hans Nieper, who is a doctor of medicine. He has made remarkable strides in the area of cancer research, and has, by the way, one of the highest success rates of any physician in the world, and uses methods which are largely against the law in this country to achieve those ends. Ironically, the research through which he developed those means was largely funded by the United States government.
Dr. Nieper and I spoke recently in Los Angeles. He gave a speech and I spoke to him afterwards. He was telling me about a cancer victim, a woman who'd had an extraordinarily bad case of bone cancer, lesions - the worst X-rays I'd ever personally seen, and I've seen a lot of them because our family is involved in cancer research. And this woman was obviously terminal within weeks. Dr. Nieper said that through his investigation of tachyon field energy, through his investigation of the phenomena of the conductivity of the body, of what I would term the current of life and what he calls the tachyon current, this woman was healed without medication. That was a pretty remarkable thing for a medical doctor to say. He said, "I don't know why, Adam, but I took this woman aside, I put her on a purifying diet, I gave her magnesium orotate (that's the only thing he did give her) and within a month she had gone into complete remission and the X-rays were immaculate". And he said, "This proved to me that the human body not only exists and arrives in this tachyon field, but is actually comprised of this energy, and can be spontaneously healed by a realignment of this energy".
Now, if you were to have told a Christian in the time of Christ (or right after) that this was possible, they wouldn't have been surprised at all. They had something called laying on of hands, where they conducted the life energy of the body to and from other bodies. Tell that to the A.M.A.
The life current which passes through these bodies, our bodies in this moment, not only contributes life, but is free energy itself, is the source and substance of everything that appears. In my work in free energy technologies, I have applied the rigorous scientific method to the construction of a few devices at the expense of over $200,000. I have seen remarkable things, one of which is that, if you're going to do research into a field that might threaten a certain power structure, you'd best be prepared for what happens. Now, I'm not saying anything against the United States government, please understand me. I've been all over the world. I've seen children standing knee deep in cow dung with flies all over their faces, and I appreciate what we have here, and I want to make sure we can preserve and magnify what is left of it.
I wanted to comment briefly, for the sake of anyone who wants to get involved in this research, or who is involved, who has developed devices, on certain practical considerations for our mutual service. My experience has shown me very clearly that you can develop free energy. You've seen and heard lecturers here who have spoken of this, and it's really not anything new at this remarkable conference.
Free energy isn't the surprise. It may be a surprise from the conventional point of view of Victorian physics. It may be a surprise to people who have become precatatonic because of the calcification of their synapses through overeducation in false theory. But the reality of the situation, as we have discussed in every conference from Hanover through Toronto to this one now, is that we are living examples of free energy, and, because of our miseducation, we have forgotten our birthright. Not that this birthright has ever been collectively been enjoyed by the mass of the human race, but there have been examples throughout history of men who have realized their own form of superconductivity at room temperature and at body temperature; who have become superconductors of life; who have become loving, if you will indulge that word at a scientific conference, to the extreme; who have conducted the force of life in relationships.
We are in an extremely critical moment, an extremely important moment in the history of the world and in the history of culture, of science, of humanity. Science must become participatory. It must be set free of the shackles of abstraction and analysis only.
We've heard some lecturers at this conference who demonstrate the Western left brain bias towards analysis, who have gone through years of exhaustive discipline, and that's good. We've heard other lecturers here who have spoken at the Eastern cultures and the right brain, holographic perception of things, and that's good. But what I'm here to propose and to encourage is a whole bodied approach to research. Feel the body; listen to the body. Listen to your intuition. The intuitions, which come out of the field of free energy, which are completely available to anyone who will tech into that, will give rise to remarkable technology. All the technologies that we see here, you see, without this intuition, without the people having had some intuition of this, would never have appeared here. So we shouldn't just be left brained and analytical, or right brained and holistic, but balanced, whole-bodied.
The whole body thinks. The brain is the greatest concentration of nerves, and we think it's just for thinking. Try feeling with it some time. Talk about superconductivity! Remarkable things happen. In our research, conceptual barrier were broken over time. First the barrier to free energy. "This can happen! " But after that conceptual barrier is broken, you begin to feel a different bodily orientation to life. If you don't feel into that bodily orientation to life, and beyond the conventional, exploitable position of the enthusiastic kid, you might as well just go and sign up today for your duty for the D.O.D. Which is fine, if that's what you want to do. I grew up, part of my life, at Camp Dietrich, so I know what it's about.
We can take great technologies and make peace and make a world that is better to live in, or we can become the marionettes of power politicians. Little do most people in this room realize that a lot of the technologies which have been talking about here, and many that haven't been, have already been patented on projects to the United States government, to the Army, the Navy, and are covered by those patents. I can tell you from my own experience, if you try to patent something that might threaten one of those projects: forget it! (After $75,000 of patent prosecution expense. I can tell you this, and even after bona fides coming from physicists at the University of California at Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley Labs).
I'm not trying to be a prophet of doom here; I'm just telling you about reality. It isn't a reality that we should remain naive about. It is a reality that we need to take into account. Tom Bearden got up yesterday and talked about weapons that already exist, and I can tell you this is true. I consult with foreign governments who are benign to our country. There is one country I know of that uses weapons that would invoke images of Star Wars, and has used them in battle within the last year. And you've heard about it on the news. They've gone over 20 miles of mine fields without losing a tank. They've shot down 37 enemy jets without losing a jet. You think about it. How did it happen? How come the surface-to-air missiles couldn't hit the jets? How come they couldn't get them off the ground in many cases ? 1 11 tell you what: the Russians sure scratched their heads about it. I don't know if that's good or bad. It's hard for me to judge.
The world is so full of this ancient, tribal, primitive provincialism that we can't seem to go a week without having something else to reinforce our hate of three hundred million other people because some idiot pulls a trigger somewhere and reinforces that hate. I don't want to moralize for the entire time I'm speaking, but we have responsibilities, and this the second year where I'm having a kind of a windup type of presentation.
We've seen some remarkable people here. There's a lot of talent in this room. There are a lot of good things that have happened here. We need to bring these things skillfully into the flow of free enterprise in this country, without necessarily applying for patents. This is because in the first six weeks your patent application is in the patent office the patent examiners don't even see it, it goes to a separate little area - this is true, because I've talked to people at the patent office about this - and it's examined for strategic value, If you want to go to the government and say, "Hey, I've got this; this is of strategic value," do that, and you might get a patent. That's what I learned. But don't go not thinking that they won't use it for that, because they will. And maybe, as one person said the other night, it's either "them" or "them", and we prefer for it to be them here and not them there.
Well, I Want to consider the possibility that the world can move beyond 1984, and I think that that's why everybody's here. 1984, whether Orwell knew it or not, is a nexus point; 1984, not 1983, because many of the things you've seen here will come into fruition in 1984. It's a point where good engineering, good application of analytical ability to technology, good application of right brain visionary, intuitive work will lead us into the possibility of a world that isn't dependent on Exxon, for whom I did used to work. And isn't dependent upon centralized knots of power, which obstruct the flow of life, who don't facilitate the flow of life in general . . . the flow of intelligence.
If anybody wants to talk to me about homopolar generators after my speech, I'll be happy to talk to you, within bounds that a little letter I got in the mail will let me. But, if you want to talk about some really interesting research, we can go beyond that, and beyond the Gray motor, which I also have current consulting interest in, which works, by the way. This enigmatic, mythological figure that we've all been hearing about for years is a very real person. He's a little bit reclusive, shall we say, he likes to hide out because he's been through the wringer. He has a technology which was played with and monkeyed with and done some improvements on and it works. It just sits there and hums away big load on it, proper RMS meters, the whole business. And it works. Do you know that he can't do anything with are in this country? Nothing! You know why? Ask me about it after the presentation.
These are very real matters. There are people here who could probably, through their influence, encourage people who are in power to move aside a little, to get out of the way a little bit, so that we could help them - not them to get more power, but so that there is a world in which to have power. It's time that we focus clearly in on these matters.
There's another area I'd like to address relative to engineering naivete. Engineering is rough work. It's real hard work. It is rigorous. You can't casually go and make a homopolar generator, for example. I really admire Tom Valone for the work he's done, believe me, because that man has worked with a budget that I would never even have considered for six months. But let me tell you, engineering properly done will achieve great things, when applied to these technologies. You have to get down to the 1/27,000 of an inch tolerance on the bearing on a shaft sometimes, and you have to get down to 2 mils circumferential gaps around electrical conducting brushes with 2 mils of microturbulently suspended NAK [sodium-potassium amalgam - ed.] in order to achieve less than 10 microohms resistance [for use in homopolar brushes -ed.]. But it's worth doing. It's worth really engineering these things.
You can remain private. I've heard some people talk about, "well, let's remain private". Well, I'm standing here telling you that I have the best alarm system on my laboratory that you can buy in this country. If anyone breaks in people are supposed to listen in and call the police. Well, we've been broken into three times and their computers seem to fail every time, and I have the printouts of their computer being down for 45 minutes one time, 25 minutes the next time, IS minutes the last time. Whoever it was good because they reconstructed the lock every time so you could not lock the door. And this is true; I'm not just saying this. This is a reality. This really happened. If you want to do it as a private business, find somebody who has a lot of money who can tuck you away in a little corner of Nebraska or somewhere, and remain completely anonymous maybe, or else remain completely public. There are two different approaches. Bruce DePalma suggested to me years ago the Purloined Letter approach. Tell everybody what you're doing, especially if you don't know what your equations are. Tell everybody what you're doing and then nobody will get at you because you aren't keeping any secrets. That's pretty smart in some ways. The other side is don't tell anybody what you're doing, and that's more Ed Gray's point of view, after having told everybody what he was doing and being obstructed in the process of science, shall we say. Whatever you do, be careful. It's a real world out there.
I'd like to move into a little different area, and that is this matter of knowledge. When I was a 13-year-old boy I was writing a paper on quasistellar objects, which were pretty new phenomena at the time. In fact, they were brand new phenomena. I was arrogant - or whatever it is they call little kids who try to write an article on quasistellar objects at thirteen - and I was going to submit it to a teacher of mine at the University of Chicago lab school. I thought it was hot. I'd become very impressed with what I'd written and picked up the dialogue of Plato and read it to myself, and there's this very funny line that stood out and that's "The first step on the path of wisdom is the confession of ignorance". Not knowledge. Now, we can know how things work, but in 1976 somebody confronted me with the reality of the fact that I didn't know what a single thing was. In 1963, Plato's Dialogues confronted me with that same fact. And it set my mind free to think beyond what had been thought before, to allow the thought to arise, to allow the intuition to come into the body mind. If you think you know how something works absolutely, I have several medications we can prescribe! Nobody absolutely knows what anything is. What it is. Not what it looks like or what it does, but what it IS. In essence, what it is. I can tell you it's made up of tachyon particles, but what in God's green creation is a tachyon particle, when you really get down to it? What is it? What IS it? It's a wonderful thing to suddenly realize that you don't know, and that you're still here. That's a remarkable mystery. It is the mystery that stimulated original science altogether; it stimulated what science was originally.
Science and art were not originally these divergent paths where we had one poor creative guy over there starving and another poor guy who was doing science and under house arrest. Science was a creative, Renaissance effort. Look at what Tesla did; look at the prolific nature of a nut, from a conventional point of view. But he was a man who felt into infinity. We idolize people who feel into infinity because we feel they're different from what we can be. Somebody hasn't told us when we were three or four that what came to Nikola Tesla was through the medium of the consciousness, which our good friend and colleague Nelli was speaking about yesterday: that this background energy just may be consciousness. Consciousness! It starts sounding like religion. It starts sounding like a nonanthropomorphic God that pervades everything.
I've studied the Shroud of Turin personally and done considerable research and there was evidence of some capillary action, but I'm not meaning to offend anybody, please. When Jesus Christ was killed, so called, it was a most offensive thing to me that he was crucified. He was crucified for saying that the source of free energy and I are one, and you be perfect. Not look at me and my great sacrifice, but you be perfect; be like the source; be like Abba, which, by the way, is not just a gender-biased "father", it is the source of all. You be like that; you be expansive to infinity; you realize the great thing that is occurring here; you realize it.
The holders of the key of knowledge, which they wouldn't give to anybody, neither would they use - remember those people? They're still around. Let's face it; they're around in drag and they're around in force. They're around right now, all over the place, and they're just like you and me, because they haven't been told either that it's OK. We've got to learn to forgive each other for the baloney that we lay on each other sometimes, because we've all been misinformed. It's Sunday, so maybe this is a good time to talk about this. We've all been blatantly misinformed about life. Life is a miracle; it's a wonderful thing. All we get is bad news; we get stress chemistry; we get the neurons of the body curling in; we get Alzheimer's disease; we get all kinds of degenerative diseases, because we aren't feeling into this current moment to moment, because we don't even know it exists. What the hell is the current of life? What's this tachyon energy current? What is it? Feel it. How many people in this room have walked through a field, or sat in a chair, or wherever you were, and suddenly felt like you were not separate from infinity? Almost everybody in this room - I'll bet you everybody in this room at some time in their life has felt that. We're human beings. It's not something that's an isolated phenomenon, a mystical phenomenon that's to be kept secret to a few.
When Jesus Christ impressed his image on the Shroud of Turin, he was demonstrating the ultimate principle of free energy. I was talking with some people from JPL [Jet Propulsion Labs in California - ed.], atheists, very sceptical people, and this guy comes up to me and says, "How in God's green creation did this happen?" There are some people who think that somebody painted it. If they did, they knew about the separation of blood plasma and blood before it was ever known about. Radiant energy manifested through that form . . . and I'm not here, by the way, just to point back 2,000 years and say "that's it, folks". . . Radiant energy was manifested through that body. FREE ENERGY, in which we can consciously participate in this moment.
We can make great technologies; Darth Vader has them all. George Lucas is from my home town, and I can tell you we had long conversations about the great technologies which are always intuited by science fiction writers first, and then brought into the realm of real science. It's a psychophysical realm when you anticipate great technologies. Great technologies alone are not going to save this planet. Great humanity is. So let's keep being human. Let's do honor to this free energy; let's do honor to this great consciousness.
I've become really tired of not sharing information. I'm under contract not to say this and not to say that, and the government sends you a letter saying you'd better not talk about this. It's hard to make progress that way. Let's form our own communication network, completely independent of any great corporations. Let's form our own community of research, sharing and magnifying this process. I'm not suggesting that we be naive.
I wanted to close with a reading from a remarkable book which has altered my attitude toward existence to some degree. When I started realizing that this free energy might not be just an abstract principle, and that it might actually have something to do with me, I had a kind of conversion experience. I don't mean I saw Jesus twelve feet tall and he told me to build a hospital. I mean I felt what he was talking about. "We must enter into the presumption of that condition via our native transcendence of the conventions of psychophysical experience." The conventions of psychophysical experience will tell you that I stop here and you start wherever you start. The conventions of superficial perception will tell you that we're all separate little mechanisms. Radical science won't tell you that. Present physics won't tell you that. But the conventions of psychophysical experience will. "Then that same light [which we're describing as free energy here] will transfigure and transform us in every part until there is not the slightest difference between us and that uninterrupted glory." That's not a scientific statement in the old sense, but I think that if you really look at what has to happen in humanity, that's what we are about. We're about transcending an old condition and realizing a new one.