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Want To Live In Paradise?

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How would you like to live in paradise? Would you like to own your own business, and make lots of money so you can afford a multimillion dollar home, or multiple homes around the globe? Would you like to own a yacht and a Ferrari. Well you could if "certain" policy makers in the world would simply let you. Now, we all pretty much know that economic policy is set by those that control the lobbying system, and that presidents are appointed and not elected. To think otherwise is pretty naïve given today's environment.

But what if I told you about a couple of suppressed technologies that I will document here and that you can look up for yourself that would have achieved the very outcome of paradise on earth. I will talk about two such technologies that it is hard to believe have been suppressed.

The first technology is that of a brilliant scientist who was before his time, a genius. His name was Nikolas Tesla. His work in the field of electricity and his many inventions were a true wonder. It was Tesla that gave us alternating current, as opposed to Edison's direct current. Tesla's crowning achievement was something called the Wardenclyff Tower, a tower-like structure that could tap into the energy in the upper atmosphere and transmit it across the globe so that everyone could have free energy. When the financial backer of the project, J.P. Morgan found out that he couldn't tax the energy, he had the tower destroyed.

Can you imagine having free energy, not having to pay an electric bill, that's around two to three hundred dollars a month in savings. We could all be driving electric cars and saving around forty dollars a week in gas. That comes out to one hundred and sixty dollars a month. So we're talking of at least four hundred dollars a month in direct savings for the average home owner. But if we had free energy, factories wouldn't have an energy bill, and that savings would be passed on to the consumer. There would be an economic multiplier effect that would increase savings. Of course since we are talking pie in the sky, we would do away with private banks, and have the government run banks so we wouldn't have to pay all that interest, either in mortgages or government borrowing. Wow, talk about living cheaply! With free energy we could desalinate the oceans and irrigate the desserts and produce enough food to feed the world. Life could be good.

The other suppressed technology doesn't involve economic well being as much as it does well being in terms of health. This promises to be a very sad and pathetic story about history so I warn you in advance. Around the turn of the century another brilliant scientist emerged and his name was Royal Raymond Rife. He invented a machine that cured cancer and practically all other diseases. His machine used radio frequencies to destroy the diseased cells in much the same way that high pitched sound can break glass. Using a microscope even more powerful than today's electron microscope, Rife discovered cancer was caused by a virus. His microscope could see viruses because he used bioluminescence instead of dyes which would have not work because the particles in the dyes would have been larger that the viruses.

The frequency machine was tested and it worked, however when the pharmaceuticals found out that the goose that lays the golden eggs would essentially go away, they put an end to Rife's plans and destroyed his life. The mere fact that Rife's opponents haven't been able to expunge his name or work from the history books is a testimony to the validity of his life's work. When Wikipedia has this to say in trying to counter his story you know there is something hard to cover up. "Subsequently, one of Rife's microscopes was mentioned in the 1944 Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution.[12]" There are newspaper articles about Rife that corroborate the story in the 1930s. But I'm sure everyone believes what the government tells you, right? The NSA is not spying on you, there were WMD, and you were told the truth about the Gulf of Tonkin incident.

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