Deeper Space: Episode 5
Deeper Space: Episode 5
EPISODE 5: SECRETS OF ANTI-GRAVITY
Antigravity and flight has always propelled the efforts of artists and visionaries. In episode 5 of Deep Space, researchers discuss the life and work of artist Charles A. A. Dellschau and inventor T. Thompson Brown. These individuals were not well known in the mainstream but demonstrated unique perspectives and insights that still intrigue antigravity researchers and conspiracy theorists today.
Is there a connection between an artist and a scientist that, when their stories are combined, uncovers the hidden history of antigravity? Did an artist’s eye and an under-the-radar scientist create the foundation for the field of antigravity? Let your imagination take flight through this portrait of an artist and a scientist.
“Aeroplanes are not designed by science but by art in spite of some pretence and humbug to the contrary. I do not suggest that engineering can do without science, on the contrary, it stands on scientific foundations, but there is a big gap between scientific research and the engineering product which has to be bridged by the art of the engineer.”
::John D. North, “The Case for Metal Construction” (1923)
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WHO WAS CHARLES A. A. DELLSCHAU?
Prussian born outsider artist Charles August Albert Dellschau (1830-1923) immigrated to Texas at age 19. Trained as a butcher and Confederate soldier, Dellschau became a self-taught artist and draughtsman who created hundreds of detailed watercolors of flying craft which ranged from the realistic to the fantastic. In the 1850s, the artist became affiliated with the mysterious Sonora Aero Club. This fraternity from Sonora, California participated in the balloon hysteria of the time.
In Western Europe, military personnel and civilians designed, built, and flew hydrogen air balloons. Of these revolutionary flying craft, few flew and many died. Dellschau’s actual involvement with the California Aero Club remains somewhat tenuous considering the lack of records connecting the two parties. It may be possible his Prussian heritage united him with what would have been a Eurocentric elite group experimenting with air travel.
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ENCOUNTERS WITH FLYING AIRSHIPS
The nature of Dellschau’s work suggests however, his encounter with flying airships to be purely imagined. The paintings, which comprise 12 codices, are so fantastic that it is unlikely they portray any accurate representation of primitive flying technology.
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Dellschau’s work has been compared to other early outsider painters such as Swiss Adolf Wölfli (1864-1930) in terms of color, composition, and use of motifs such as the Mandala. Like Wölfli, and other untrained painters, Dellschau reached his creative peak in middle age. The Prussian born artist created perhaps a thousand watercolors depicting flying craft, air balloons, engines, generators, and both real and imagined antigravity technology.
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Often, Charles sketched the apparatuses, or as he called “aeros,” as annotated bisections with accompanying newspaper clippings and other multimedia. Dellschau worked in collage several decades before Pablo Picasso invented the artistic medium as it is understood today. Pieced together, the pasted fragments of newspaper documented one individual’s understanding of the Great 1897 Airship mystery, an early UFO phenomenon.
AN ALMOST FORGOTTEN PORTFOLIO
This artist and his work came very close to being completely forgotten. In 1968, an antique dealer named Fred Washington discovered pages of Dellschau’s portfolio flying out of a truck on its way to the local dump. Washington loaned selected works to a local university for a public exhibition. After seeing the watercolors and collaged works at the exhibition and researcher P.G. Navarro became obsessed with Charles A. A. Dellschau and devoted most of his life to studying the artist’s life. After careful inspection Navarro discovered a hidden Code within Dellschau’s oeuvre.
NYMZA: A SECRET GROUP UNCOVERED
Strange symbols resembling Greek and Roman letters can be found interwoven between misspelled English and German text. Navarro discovered that Dellschau used a simple cypher, and that the recurring symbols, “ĐM=XØ” translates to NYMZA. In consideration of the consistent design and repetition throughout the 12 books it would appear contextually that NYMZA would be the acronym and logo for a secret group.
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WHO WAS THOMAS TOWNSEND BROWN?
”At Caltech I failed in Chemistry and Physics! My other grades were good. Reason I failed – I disagreed with the policies of the Institution limiting time spent on experiments in the laboratory. As soon as I’d get my experiment set up, the bell would ring and I would have to disassemble everything. I never could finish an experiment. That’s when I became determined to have the lab at home, where I could take my time and do the kind of job I felt should be done.”
THE BIEFELD-BROWN EFFECT
American inventor Thomas Townsend Brown Or T. Townsend Brown (1905-1985) discovered an electrogravitic phenomenon known as the “Biefeld-Brown Effect.” In sum, when two electrodes of unequal size are powered with a high voltage between them, air molecules become ionized near the sharp points and edges of the electrodes. An ionic wind is generated, which transfers its momentum to the surrounding neutral particles.
According to scientist Dr. Richard Boylan, the most primitive antigravity technology is Electrogravitic: “This involves using voltages in the millions of volts to disrupt the ambient gravitational field.” This is relevant to the work of T. Thompson Brown. In this episode of Deep Space, physicist and astronomer Paul LaViollete summarizes the seed of Brown’s research in this field, so to speak: “It is true there is a correlation between charge and gravity… If you can create what is called unbalanced forces on the capacitor, the charge on one side of the capacitor pushes on the capacitor one way a different amount than the other charge pushes the other way.”
This may be a simple concept to grasp, but as David Wilcock posits, this fact of physics has been too often occluded: we should not be made to believe that “gravity is one thing and electromagnetic energy is something else.” Researchers such as Boylan believe that electrogravitic technologies power military aircraft such as the B-2 Stealth Bomber and the TR3-B Astra triangular craft.
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OTHER METHODS OF ANTIGRAVITY
In addition to electrogravitic technology, antigravity craft can also employ magnetogravitic properties. Magnetogravitic antigravity involves generating high-energy Torsion fields spun at high RPMs which disrupts the surrounding gravitational field. The generated force counters that of the Earth’s gravitational field. It is torsion flields that constitute the basis of Nikolai Aleksandrovich Kozyrev’s work and possibly the antigravitational properties powering the Nazi Bell or Die Gloke.
HARNESSING THE GRAVITATIONAL STRONG FORCE OF UNUNPENTIUM
According to Boylan, a third method “is direct generation and harnessing of the gravitational strong force. Such a strong-force field extends slightly beyond the atomic nucleus of Element 115 . . . by amplifying that exposed gravitational strong force, and using antimatter reactor high energy, and then directing it, it is possible to lift a craft from Earth.” Element 115, also known as Ununpentium, is a superheavy synthetic element that could only naturally occur in a double star solar system. This discovery suggests that early antigravity technology using this element would likely be of extraterrestrial origin.
A FUTURE WITH ANTIGRAVITY TECHNOLOGY
Antigravity technology offers many advantages to the modern world, including the promise of clean energy. However, it’s use may diminish the powerful hold major corporations have on energy markets. Freedom of technology, just like freedom of information, potentially threatens the global elite, the richest of the rich, and could disrupt the current status of international superpowers. Uncover more about the hidden history of antigravity technology on Deep Space: pay close attention as the merging of art and science may continue to unveil answers critical to the future of humankind. Misinformation abounds and it is up to you, dear reader, to seek the truth.
SUGGESTED READING LIST
Explore the following titles for more information on Charles A.A. Dellschau, airships, and Thomas Townsend Brown:
- Baker-White, Tracy. “Flight or fancy? The secret life of Charles AA Dellschau.” FOLK ART 25, no. 3 (2000): 46-54.
- Busby, Michael. Solving the 1897 Airship Mystery. Pelican Publishing, 2004.
- LaViolette, Paul A. Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion: Tesla, UFOs, and Classified Aerospace Technology. Inner Traditions/Bear & Co, 2008.
- Schatzkin, Paul. Defying Gravity: The Parallel Universe of T. Townsend Brown. Embassy Books, 2009
NASA Developing Robotic Bees to Collect Samples, Map Mars Surface
NASA’s Mars rovers have gathered a lot of exciting data and photographs, but they’re moving at a snail’s pace. So how will it expedite that process? Robotic bees.
The space agency is developing bee-sized robots to map the surface of Mars and collect samples from the planet’s atmosphere. Scientists hope these insectoids will be more mobile and agile than traditional rovers.
The program, called “Marsbees,” is contracting researchers from the U.S. and Japan to build prototypes of winged robots, capable of swarming the red planet and collecting data, before returning to a rover to recharge.
One of the biggest obstacles engineers face is designing a robot that can fly in Mars’ unique climate. The red planet’s atmosphere can be pretty hostile with dust storms, low thermal inertia, and periodic ice ages. These bees will inevitably face some extreme weather conditions.
But there is one factor that may make the mission easier – Mars’ gravitational pull is about a third of Earth’s, which could prove to be more conducive to flight.
NASA’s website envisions the robots as roughly the size of a bee, but with larger, cicada-sized wings. Researchers imagine the bees will be capable of working independently or in teams to collect samples.
The program funding the project is called the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts Program, or NIAC, which fosters science fiction concepts with the potential for realistic applications.
The aerial bots would primarily search for methane emissions from below the planet’s surface – an indication of subterranean Martian life. NASA’s Curiosity rover previously discovered low levels of the gas, encouraging scientists to explore further.
But the technology for this apian concept doesn’t have a lot of promising precedent. Several years ago, DARPA built a hummingbird-inspired drone, with a multi-million-dollar budget. Researchers engineered it to fly steadily, but the winged machine would likely struggle in the Martian environment.
Engineers working on the Marsbees prototype will test their robots in a vacuum chamber, with conditions to simulate the climate and air density on Mars. The group is receiving just $125,000 over the course of nine months to fund their prototype, before it will be tested for feasibility by NASA. If it passes preliminary tests, it will then be eligible for a second round of funding.