Thomas Townsend Brown, becomes a physics student of Dr. Paul Biefield at the California Institute for Advanced Studies (later renamed Cal Tech). He discovered that if you apply high voltages of direct current to two metal plates separated by a dielectric, it would reduce their weight by a small percentage. The higher the voltage, the lighter it became, until it became weightless and could even lift a small payload.
Electro-Gravitic propulsion (what UFOs use to fly) is patented by T. Townsend Brown - who had expanded work done by Nikola Tesla. This is called " The Biefield Brown Effect " or " Ion Wind ".
more on Tesla and T.Townsend Brown antigravity:
T.Townsend Brown submits proposal to the Pentagon for the development of a Mach 3 disc shaped electro-gravitic fighter craft. It is called 'PROJECT WINTERHAVEN'. This is a copy of that document:
The proposal is not accepted.
Germany designs a 360 foot long cigar shaped 'mothership' to be a mobile lauch platform for the smaller discs. They call it the 'ANDROMEDA'.
At this same time, they are sending expeditions to Antarctica to attempt to set up an air base to attack the United States from the South Pole. This area they called 'NEUSCHWABENLAND'.
Under 'OPERATION PAPERCLIP', over 760 captured top Nazi scientists and physicists who created these discs, and from other fields such as rocketry and mind control are brought to Fort Bliss, at El Paso, Texas; and White Sands Proving Grounds near Alamogordo, New Mexico.
A UFO disc crashes near Roswell, New Mexico. I believe it was a test flight of a NAZI craft.
Another disc shaped craft crashes near Aztec, New Mexico.....or does it?
"Credibility, in fact, lies at the heart of the problem of developing a political substitute for war. This is where the space-race proposals, in many ways so well suited as economic substitutes for war, fall short. The most ambitious and unrealistic space project cannot of itself generate a believable external menace. It has been hotly argued that such a menace would offer the "last, best hope of peace," etc., by uniting mankind against the danger of destruction by "creatures" from other planets or from outer space.
Experiments have been proposed to test the credibility of an out-of-our-world invasion threat; it is possible that a few of the more difficult-to-explain "flying saucer" incidents of recent years were in fact early experiments of this kind. If so, they could hardly have been judged encouraging.
We anticipate no difficulties in making a "need" for a giant super space program credible for economic purposes, even were there not ample precedent; extending it, for political purposes, to include features unfortunately associated with science fiction would obviously be a more dubious undertaking.
Nevertheless, an effective political substitute for war would require "alternate enemies," some of which might seem equally farfetched in the context of the current war system.
However unlikely some of the possible alternate enemies we have mentioned may seem, we must emphasize that one must be found, of credible quality and magnitude, if a transition to peace is ever to come about without social disintegration. It is more probable, in our judgment, that such a threat will have to be invented, rather than developed from unknown conditions."
"When it comes to postulating a credible substitute for war capable of directing human behavior patterns in behalf of social organization, few options suggest themselves. Like its political function, the motivational function of war requires the existence of a genuinely menacing social enemy. The principal difference is that for purposes of motivating basic allegiance, as distinct from accepting political authority, the "alternate enemy" must imply a more immediate, tangible, and directly felt threat of destruction. It must justify the need for taking and paying a "blood price" in wide areas of human concern."
And then, in "Substitutes for the Functions of War: Models"....
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