In Search of the Holy Grail of Free Energy
Free “green energy” technologies have been either bought out or forthrightly destroyed along with their inventors and their research laboratories. What we are allowed to use for our energy are filthy carbon producing coal, toxin-producing petroleum, fracking-derived natural gas, and dangerously high-risk atom-smashing nuclear energies —all very costly methods of extracting energy from the Earth.
Unlike the natural world that runs on limitless energy derived from fusion, our scientists and industrialists continue to insist that fission is the best way to harvest energy from the Universe by burning Earth’s natural resources and smashing atoms. It’s time for a new approach to harvesting energy from the the natural world that doesn’t entail destroying it . . . along with ourselves.
Over the last couple of centuries up until the present day, rogue scientists and inventors have developed clean energy technologies. Some of them have been implemented, like solar panels and windmills. Michael Faraday (1791-1867) gave us electromagnetism. NikolaTesla (1856-1943) has given us electrical powered automobile technology. John Bedini and Jim Watson (1984) gave us the “Free Energy Generator” he called the “Energizer.” Dr. Royal Rife and John Crane (1930’s) gave us the “gated Rife frequency” technology as an absolute 100% cure for cancer. Way before these inventors, ancient Egyptian physicists gave the world “Pyramid Power,” which I’ll be exploring shortly in this blog.
I just noticed a post on Face Book about “cold fusion” and the two men who discovered it, Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann. “…they’d observed low-energy nuclear reactions, or LENR, at the atomic level that generated excess heat, holding out the promise of ‘cold fusion’ that did not require the blast furnace of nuclear fission as part of the energy-creating process.” This is what I’ve been looking to surface.
More recently Foster Gamble of Thrive Movement has brought forward the promising technology of the Universe itself. It is called the “Torus pattern of energy flow.” When you have the time, visit his blog and see what he’s up to. I’ll write more about Foster Gamble’s timely contribution to the search for clean, “free” energy. But first I want to do this book review because truth is often more easily seen when it’s interwoven within a story, and this novel does take you to the very heart of what “free energy” is really about.
The following review is of a recently published book about the mad rush to find and a conspiracy to possess the “Holy Grail of Free Energy.” This is one of my favorite lines from the story, mouthed by the main character:
“You do not smash a river for power, nor should you smash an atom, but learn to let a river flow through it.”
Book Review: The Light at Lindisfarne, by Hugh Malafry
Another engaging novel by the author of the Blue Shaman Trilogy, The Light at Lindisfarne is a timely release, a story the likes of which has not been written to date by any author I’m aware of. Nor could it have been written by anyone but Hugh Malafry, knowing his style of visioning potential futures for humanity with his creative imagination. His story telling reflects a perspective that originates in higher dimensions of consciousness than most of us live out of on a day-to-day basis and lands firmly on the ground of contemporary life in the “mind-made world” of competition, power mongering, and survival.
The story is set in post World War II Europe and opens in Germany in the wake of Adolph Hitler’s death in May of 1945, a bitter winter month in those parts. Weaving the ancient alchemist and Grail Quest themes, the search for the philosopher’s stone that releases the fire of transmutation, and the legendary Sangreal (Royal Blood) into the story—a theme that Hitler himself was lured into in his mad quest for the “Holy Grail” of free energy that would give him and his Fourth Reich Germany ultimate power and dominion over the world—Malafry develops a scenario of unfolding world events – political, scientific, religious, cultural and geophysical – that transcends the three-dimensional model of life on a planet that is very much in sync with galactic evolution through its unwavering pattern of response to its solar point of orientation. As the sun goes so goes the planet, even to the ultimate stage of evolution of becoming itself a sun – not, however, what we commonly think of as a flaming mass of gasses, hotter and hotter as you go toward its center. On the contrary, Malafry dares to depict our sun as a cool blue star enveloped in an atmosphere of red-hot conflagration, in much the same way as the blue center of a flame of natural gas is cool at its core.
But that’s all about the surface details of the story, the setting of a rather familiar landscape of physical matter and material existence. The more subtle essence of the story, the implied if not articulated truth behind the surface play of events, indeed moving them toward their evolutionary destiny, is the apocalypse of light divine through humanity, the return of the long lost Science of Mazaroth, and Man’s true dominion over the elements and creative forces of water, air, earth and fire. This is a story about the evolution of human consciousness and the potential ascent of Man to a higher level of function and mastery, indeed his apotheosis and subsequent assumption of his original commission as co-creator and steward of the natural world on planet Earth. Having come to its final hour, human consciousness is faced with the inevitable choice: evolve or destroy yourself and your world — the story’s cliff-hanger to be developed later on in a promised sequel.
The press release describes the context and theme of the story . . .
“An energy starved world – an esoteric technology that cannot be replicated – a secret locked in the psyche of one old man – an intrigue to acquire unimaginable wealth and power – the struggle of an ancient order to grasp a world slipping away: In his latest novel, The Light at Lindisfarne, (published by AuthorHouse), Hugh Malafry pits the technocracy of modern science and politics against ancient esoteric wisdom, in a quest for the key to unlock the creative forces inherent in nature and man.”
As the story goes:
“Swedish physicist, Albert Weiland, widely considered the Einstein of his age, presents the world with a problem: a demonstrable source of unlimited free energy his peers cannot replicate, in a device the press calls his Grail Reactor. To make matters worse, it works only in Weiland’s presence and he will not say why. When his peers renounce his arcane explanations as medieval mysticism, Weiland kindles an inextinguishable light in the ruins of Lindisfarne Abbey, and challenges them to solve its mystery for the answers they seek.
The event pits nation against nation, precipitates a conspiracy to acquire this esoteric technology for a new world order, reveals the agenda of the shadow government, and leads into the snare Weiland has set for his would be exploiters.”
Hugh aims his novel at the current trend of deteriorating world events:
“We are at the turning of an age,” says Malafry, commenting on why readers will connect with his novel. “Within decades without a new source of energy to drive its productions industrial civilization will hit the wall. Meanwhile, populations increase, resources diminish and everyone wants more of everything. What could possibly go wrong?”
The Light at Lindisfarne evokes man’s final quest for the holy grail of power, and appeals for the wise use of creativity, imagination and ingenuity to shape the future of civilization. “If we fail it will foremost be a failure of the creative imagination, a failure to come to terms and seek first the source of light, life and power in ourselves.”
About the Author:
Hugh Malafry is a Fulbright and emeritus professor of mythology and world literature. He lives in Victoria, British Columbia. His command of the English language affords him a style of writing that is a pleasure to read. To see his recently released press release, click here.
~ Anthony Palombo
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