Dark Matter, Cryptids, Bigfoot, and Gravitational Effects

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Mind-Opening Books—The New Paradigm by John O’Meara Bockris

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Crop Circles, Cold Fusion, and Coherent Matter Waves (lecture)

Zoom Lecture for “A Night of Crop Circling”—Sky High Creations, October 9th at 2PM ET

Dr. Hein will present an online lecture with the latest information about how crop circles create their mysterious electrical effects and how this relates to new discoveries in the fields of Cold Fusion/Low Energy Nuclear Reaction.

Crop circle researchers have observed that cameras, batteries, and other electronic equipment often mysteriously fail in and around crop formations, especially symmetrical patterns. At other times, balls of light are seen near the same crop circles. Now, new research into Cold Fusion and LENR (Low Energy Nuclear Reaction) energy processes, has shown that researchers in those subjects also experience similar phenomena going all the way back to Nicola Telsa and continuing with the work of John Hutchison, Ken Shoulders, T. Matsumoto and many others. Such happenings are also seen around UFO encounters, ghosts, poltergeists, and Bigfoot sightings. The common link here is all these phenomena might have to do coherent matter waves. It appears that crop circles might belong to this class of exotic materials, where coherent shapes and frequencies combine to create unexpected energy phenomena. In this lecture, we’ll take a look at these subjects, the history of ball lightning, coherent matter, and how crop circles represent a major technological breakthrough perhaps originally introduced to humans by UFOs and their occupants.

More info about attending the lecture here: https://www.skyhighcreations.nl/en/calendar/
(Please note this is a paid event and I’ll be donating half of any proceeds I receive to the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project, @quantumheat.)

A video camera melted internally in this crop circle at Danebury, the UK in 1997. Photo by Ron Russell.

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Oliver’s Castle Crop Circle Remote View, 1997

A visitor to a UK crop circle at Upham in 1997, gets images in her mind of a crop circle pattern that mysteriously appears in a nearby field the following night. Is this an example of spontaneous “crop circle remote viewing”? These pages are from my book Opening Minds: A Journey of Extraordinary Encounters, Crop Circles, and Resonance (2002).

Please watch Bob Greenyer’s enlightening presentation “ULTR-crop circles” on the Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project youtube channel to learn how the Oliver’s Castle crop formation pattern is related to Cold Fusion/LENR, coherent matter, and ball lightening. Below are some images from that presentation (courtesy of Bob Greenyer and MFMP). https://youtu.be/cSwxzXEQdPE

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Dark Matter Universe? Bigfoot, Balls of Light, and Camera/Electronics Failure

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Alchemy: The Paradoxical Feature of Cold Fusion/LENR That Hinders It’s Ability to Produce Sustainable Energy

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Dr. Simeon Hein Presents Remote Viewing And Structures on the Moon

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What I’m looking for in the Pentagon/DNI UFO Report

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UFO Disclosure or New Coverup? Let’s take look at some recent patents

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Contact at the Desert virtual conference, June 25th—28th

Learn more at the Contact in the Desert website.

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