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ANTIGRAVITY PROPULSION: Human or Alien Technologies? (The Underground Knowledge Series Book 2) by [James Morcan, Lance Morcan, Grant Hayman, Takaaki Musha]

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★★★★ "I was particularly impressed by the unbiased, objective, journalistic views presented in this interesting book. The authors look at all angles and possibilities, allowing the reader to digest them on his or her own merits versus being nudged or sometimes shoved to the conclusions desired, as is the case of many such books.
The authors assume that UFOs do indeed exist, a fact which is gradually being accepted as more evidence is released and credible witnesses continue to come forward. However, rather than assuming these strange vehicles are of extraterrestrial origin, the possibility is presented that perhaps not all of them are.
All possibilities are covered, including connections between Japan and the Nazis of which I was previously unaware. The authors do an excellent job of staying on-topic as expressed by the title versus going off on tangents, which is so easy to do in a field where there are so many unanswered questions
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-Marcha Fox, sci-fi author and ex-NASA engineer/manager (employee of NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX)

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Excerpt from the Foreword by Grant Hayman:
 
We like to think our currentcivilization is the wisest, most intelligent out of all civilizations whichhave come before and any which may yet exist, but can we be so absolutelycertain of this? 
 
Sure, we are masters of theautomobile, computer experts and rocket scientists, but is this really the onlysuccessful path, the only productive knowledge which can be known by acivilization? Can we be so certain there is no other, easier, better, smarterway or more efficient way to live upon this world and perhaps even to travelamongst the stars to other worlds?
 
To those interested intraveling to other worlds, especially to other stars, it is painfully clearrocket technology cannot be the way we will bridge these vast distances.  
 
One must consider with allseriousness, if rocket technology does not enable us to master gravity, thenthe possibility must exist that there is some other technology, some otherscience which we have yet to discover.  Anew science which puts these far off worlds within reach and could put our ownworld, in reach of other civilizations besides our own.
 
One can argue suchconjecture is nonsense and better applied to a work of science fiction. However, as you will read in this bookby James & Lance Morcan, many prominent, highly educated, well regardedand, I might add, completely sane individuals have been quoted affirming "suchan advanced new science does exist" and that "there is a new technology whichcan cause great, positive changes and prosperity upon our planet for allpeople".
 
When such influential andrespected people make such extraordinary claims, should we so quickly dismisssuch ideas? 
 
Do we wish to remain safe athome so we do not fall off the edge of the world, or do we have the courage andhumility to seriously consider the precious and valuable glimpse into our ownpossible future that these pioneering minds are putting before us? 
 
Grant Hayman
Independent advancedpropulsion researcher
Founder of OVAL Tech Advanced Interstellar Space PropulsionSystems
 
 
Excerpts from the Introduction chapter:
 
Possibly more than any other exotic science, rumored or otherwise, antigravity propulsion systems are themost suppressed - not to mention the most difficult to gather concrete evidenceon.
 
Antigravity propulsion systems are essentially technologies that allowspacecraft to levitate free from the force of gravity instead of traveling inthe conventional manner of all other knownaeronautical and aerospace machines.
 
This quantum physics-style theory of antigravity spacecraft suggeststhey are completely free from the force of gravity and this is said to explainthe incredible aerial maneuvers of UFO's witnesses have reported seeing allover the world for decades. 
 
These technologies represent what may very well be the greatestscientific mystery of our times.
 
The key question this book explores in regard to antigravity propulsionis as the subtitle suggests: Human oralien technologies?
 
In other words, are the antigravity spacecraft untold people havereported seeing in our skies actually manmade and the result of long-suppressed,strictly classified inventions by great scientists such as Nikola Tesla and ViktorSchauberger - or are theytechnologies that have been stolen from, or donated or unintentionally leftbehind by, extraterrestrials?
 
To do justice to the results of our research, we go off on a fewtangents in places - as you'll see. But please bear with us as you read throughwhat we believe to be the main arguments for and against the various theories relatingto the mysterious, mind-blowing phenomenon that is antigravity propulsion.
 
James Morcan & Lance Morcan
 
 
 
Excerpts from the Afterword by Dr. Takaaki Musha:
 
This well balanced and unbiased book is long overdue for thosesearching for the truth about advanced technologies currently being concealedfrom the general populace by elite levels of governments.
 
Formerly, I was employed for many years as a senior research scientistdeveloping naval underwater weapon systems at the Technical Research andDevelopment Institute of the Ministry of Defense in Japan.
 
I was also part of a team of scientists in the Advanced Space PropulsionInvestigation Committee (ASPIC), which was organized by the Japan Society forAeronautical and Space Sciences in 1994. ASPIC's purpose was to study all kindsof non-chemical space propulsion systems as opposed to conventional rocket systems for spacemissions to nearby planets, the Moon and the outer Solar System. This includedfield propulsion systems which utilize zero-point energy, the electrograviticeffect and the non-Newtonian gravitic effect predicted in Einstein's Theory ofGravity.
 
During my time with ASPIC, I strongly felt that some of the gravitycontrol systems could have been realized, or had already been realized, butwere being overshadowed by existing science.
 
Spiraling out of myactivities as a member of ASPIC, I wrote a book in collaboration with ProfessorMário Pinheiro, of Portugal, and Dr. Thomas Valone, of the Integrity ResearchInstitute, in the US, titled Gravitoelectromagnetic Theories and TheirApplications to Advanced Science and Technology (published by Nova SciencePublishers, in New York). That book describes how gravitoelectromagnetismrefers to a set of formal correlations between the equations for relativisticgravitation and electromagnetism.

The book also mentionshow T.T. Brown, who initially discovered the electrogravitic effect, performedseveral experiments during the 1950's and succeeded in generating thrustwithout the reliance on a surrounding medium by applying high voltage tomaterials with high dielectric constants.
 
Thomas Valone's 1993 book, ElectrograviticsSystems: Reports on a New Propulsion Methodology, quotes antigravityresearcher Dr. Paul LaViolette as saying electrogravitic technology was firstdeveloped under a US Air Force black project in 1954. Valone's book alsoalleges that the top-secret technology has since been used in the B-2 stealthbomber to provide an exotic auxiliary mode of propulsion.
 
Once I had a chance toread Colonel Philip J. Corso's The Day After Roswell, which rates amention in this book, I was astonished to learn the Roswell crashed UFO was,according to the colonel, propelled by a technology that sounded remarkablysimilar to the electrogravitic system developed by the US Air Force.

What could be behindthis apparent coincidence? In Antigravity Propulsion, James & LanceMorcan have pointed out the possible connectionbetween the Nazis, Japan and the Roswell UFO crash.
 
Dr. Takaaki Musha
Director of the Advanced-Science Technology Research Organization,Yokohama, Japan.
Former senior research scientist at the Technical Research andDevelopment Institute of the Ministry of Defense, Japan.

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