Date: Saturday, April 22, 2006
Dateline: Baghdad, Iraq
Back at our base camp in the Baghdad Green Zone discussing beam theory over a hookah of
seesha the three of us agreed, putting together the theories of Tesla and Podkletnov could well
result in a technical advantage over the U.S. Air Force. My colleagues were Georges Simenon
from Belgium and Kenneth Sangar from Afghanistan, both High Tech multi-lingual agents of
espionage. It was Simenon who came up with the name of Viktor Schauberger, Sangar
suggested Lev Theremin and I tossed in Wilhelm Reich for the heck of it. We were agreed, no
one excepting the three of us and maybe a few long memories in the military knew who these
fellows were. They were 20th Century inventors with scientific backgrounds and a bit bonkers
which made them one offs and suitable for government kidnaping.
Lets start with Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) who was born in Austria-Hungary and avoided
kidnaping by emigrating to the U.S. in 1884. Before becoming an eccentric recluse he
overshadowed his colleagues in the fields of magnetic fields and electrical power. His
reputation is enhanced by strange stories about his experiments with magnetic fields and
Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958) was an Austrian forester who developed a system of water
sluices to transport logs that defied gravity and developed the theory of implosion theory
which has enormous potential for tackling environmental problems but has largely been
ignored. Schauberger also developed a jet turbine to utilize hydroelectric power but it was his
work in vortex dynamics that attracted Hitler’s Nazi government and he was forced to
develop his anti-gravity concepts. It’s been reported that he produced eight prototypes of
levitating disks, like flying saucers, but they all crashed. After the war some of his papers fell
into American and Russian hands but he continued his studies on water power generation by
vortex action. In 1958 he was lured to the U.S. with promises of funding for inventions.
However, he was debriefed and his writings and prototypes were confiscated. To leave the
country he had to sign a document promising not to promote his technology. Arriving home
in Austria in September of that year he died within five days, either poisoned or from a
broken heart. To be sure, American businessmen feared his ideas. Had they been more
receptive it’s possible that all our cars, planes, and ships, would be running on water.
Russian born Leon Theremin (1896-1993) his best known for the musical instrument he
invented which is known by his last name but his interest in electronics and magnetic fields
resulted in a several firsts, like the bug, a small listening device, a motion detector for doors,
a rudimentary burglar alarm, and a primitive color TV. To promote his musical instrument
and inventions on the drawing board, Theremin moved to the U.S. in the early 1920s and was
set up with a studio by the government. He was living in a hotel in New York City when the
KGB came for him in 1938. Bundled up and whisked out of the states, he would spend the
next nine years in a scientific labor camp and stayed on as a civilian in the camp until 1964
where is job was creating surveillance for the military. He was then welcomed back into the
academic community and worked in the University of Moscow’s acoustic research and
physics departments until his death.
Wilhelm Reich (1897-1957) was born in Austria and like his fellow countryman, Viktor
Schauberger, ventured to America and had his dreams crushed. Back in Vienna in 1922 Reich
received a medical degree and joined Sigmund Freud as psychoanalyst at a clinic in the
Austrian capital. Here he formulated his idea of energy called the science of Orgonomy which
proposed that neuroses and some illnesses were caused by sexual repression. Satisfying sex,
he thought, was the cure which reminds me of that Beatles song Come Together.
Although his books were published he was still kicked out of several European countries for
his ideas but found a brief haven in Norway where his experiments resulted in a machine
called an orgone accumulator. When his papers on the accumulator were published he was,
like Schauberger, invited to New York City where he was given a lab and post as a lecturer.
In 1948 his book on cancer cells being caused by repressed sexual energy was published.
However his experiment to determine the effects of orgone energy on radiation was a disaster.
Concluding that ‘deadly orgone’ (DOR) was responsible for creating dangerous atmospheric
conditions Reich invented another machine called the cloudbuster and whether or not it
contained magnetic field properties it solved a drought problem in Maine in 1953 and farmers
payed him for making it rain. Then he started to see UFOs and decided the cloudbuster could
be used to defend Earth against an alien invasion. Most of Reich’s critics mentioned a
deterioration in his mental condition at this time. Meanwhile, some of Reich’s business
partners were making a bundle of bucks by selling his orgone accumulators to physicians who
prescribed and sold them on to patients for therapeutic purposes. Then the U.S. Food and
Drug Administration (FDA) stepped in and ruled that orgone accumulators were fraudulent
medical devices, that orgone energy didn’t exist, and all literature concerning the device
should be burned. When an injunction against transporting orgone accumulators across state
lines was violated, Reich a was sentenced to two years in prison. Apparently a parole was
arranged if Reich signed a document agreeing to never work or write about Orgonomy again.
Sound familiar? Reich died behind bars and his personal effects were not released and the
FDA was allowed to burn his books. The will Reich left reportedly called for his (surviving)
papers to be sealed for 50 years with the hope that the world would catch up with his ideas.
Evgeny Podkletnov, in his early fifties and last on our inventors list, released his first anti-
gravity paper in 1996 while other physicists had been predicting that rotating superconductors
could alter gravity since 1993. Outside of high tech science magazines, the general public
wasn’t informed of this mind and world altering advancement until 2002. Following a general
lab procedure ‘where a ceramic disc coated with specially formulated alloys cooled to -220C
and then spun at high speed in a magnetic field’ Podkletnov allegedly discovered an anti-
gravity beam that extended into infinity. The question is, why aren’t we exploring other
planets on fuel free flying machines? This information has been known since Viktor
Schauberger’s papers were read by U.S. military scientists after World War II. Among the
scientific community, the feeling in general is that anti-gravity works and because of its threat
to the world order has been treated as a secret for the past 70 years. Meanwhile Podkletnov is
hiding somewhere in Sweden with the Americans and Russians on his trail and he won’t
So what do those inventors just mentioned have to do with our mission in Iraq? We were
head hunting, living in a container in the Green Zone But this zone was a dump for young
dump right-wing American Christians. We were not interested in them. Alas, there were
2,662 troops and 136 U.S. government contractors we wouldn’t have to hunt down. Ever
heard of a canned hunt? It’s popular with Republican high rollers from Texas and Vice-
President Dick Cheney. What you do is build a fence around a field and a pond and release
hundreds of domesticated pheasants and ducks and slaughter them with shotguns.
After we were asked to leave the Green Zone, Our plan was to build a modified canned hunt
in the desert, an oasis of palms disguised by dunes in the desert. A cloudbuster would control
the rainfall and a Tesla field would control the growth of the palms, flowers and plants. Only
two legged animals would be officially allowed inside the perimeter and only if they had
information about government entitlements which boiled down to which companies stole all
those billions of dollars. Sangar told me that if you can make one force field you can make
more. What was this project costing? Simenon said dedication. The beam was smack in the
middle of the oasis and the ground was a black marble plinth. For all their brilliance the guys
were still having problems with a refrigeration system when I caught a plane to Holland and a
hotel in Den Hague.