beardzoh.htm is text from the "Zoh Show" in which some of Lt. Col. Bearden's theories are explained with much less jargon than the Excalibur Briefing book.
INTRODUCTION Lt. Col. Thomas E. Bearden is a prolific writer and former electronic weapons researcher for the United States Air Force. In 1985, he appered in a CNN "Special Assignment" segment discussing the then state of the art. That video segment is avaliable from CNN, below: For a $55 US copy of this tape call CNN at 404-827-1089 and ask for R2501 #13, R2747 #33, R2501 #15, R2501-#17. It runs about 20 min. Some of Lt. Col. Bearden's other books are: Bearden, Thomas E. (Lt. Col.): An Approach to Understanding Psychotronics, (AD-A027866) Defense Documentation Center, Washington, DC, 1976. Bearden, Thomas E. (Lt. Col.): Excalibur Briefing, Strawberry Hill Press/Walnut Hill Books, San Francisco, 1980. Bearden, Thomas E. (Lt. Col.): Gravitobiology, 1991. Bearden, Thomas E. (Lt. Col.): The New Tesla Electromagnetics and the Secrets of Electrical Free Energy, Tesla Book Co., Millbrae, CA, 1983. Bearden, Thomas E. (Lt. Col.): Solutions to Tesla's Secrets and the Soviet Tesla Weapons, Tesla Book Co., Millbrae, CA, 1983. THE BOOK My copy of Excalibur Briefing, second edition, revised and expanded, 1988, carries ISBN # 0-914119-36-2, is published by: TESLA BOOK COMPANY P.O. Box 121873 Chula Vista CA USA 91912 1-800-398-2056 teslabook.com This review is based on reading during a 12-hour guard shift of about half the book's contents, with sections picked according to the table of contents. The criterion to select was those sections which seemed to deal with the situation of involuntary "mind control" experimentees. First, as one might expect, I found this book to have three different aspects: - Negative points (my opinion) - Value neutral and sometimes questionable points (my opinion) - Positive, promising points (my opinion) This review then will present those three main areas here for the reader. I have tried to describe the book using as little technical jargon as possible. At the very end, I try to summarize some of Bearden's main points as may apply to his theory and US, and remotely possibly, some of our own experiments. NEGATIVE POINTS 1. This book is HEAVY, slow reading at best. If you are looking for something like, say, the Time-Life book series, this is not it. It CANNOT stand alone as proof of anything, as assertions like Lt. Col. Bearden's are quite rare. However, it can be used, to whatever extent Lt. Col. Bearden's qualifications will buy you, as a degree of backup for your experiences. Unfortunately, my copy does not have an "About the Author" section. I found most of the immediately useful stuff in the first 60 or so pages, and the last 60 or so pages. The middle didn't seem too promising, but will be read as time allows. (Additions will be made to this page and sent out by email.) 2. The book is rife with jargon that anyone without some heavy duty credentials in modern physics can fully understand. However, there is enough lay-person understandable text that someone without a physics degree can still gain something from reading the book. 3. The subtitle is "Explaining Paranormal Phenomena". From the text inside the actual book, it is clear that he feels SOME paranormal phenomena can be explained by natural but advanced physics. In my opinion, he has NOT explained all paranormal phenomena, or UFO incidents, which are too varied and numerous to be explained by Lt. Col. Bearden's theories. As involuntary experimentees, it is urgent that we be on guard against sophisticated disinformation campaigns, as explained in an autumn 2000 email titled "Disinfo tactics predictions". That email outlined some really serious disinfo moves which our tormentors will probably use, as their exposure draws near: - "You are all suffering from geological piezo-electric or electromagnetic sensitivity and effects" - "You are all suffering from sensitivity to electric power lines and power wiring in your homes" - Rigged demonstrations, classified equipment covertly used to make the demos work to our discredit, such as: a. Exposure to 60 Hz throws us, at a demontstration, into convulsions and other visible effects, while non-victims are left untouched during the allegedly same conditions b. Fake demo equipment to mislead the public into thinking, for example, that conventional ultrasound can "see through walls" and that nothing more sophisticated is in use, while in fact, the classified viewing systems are driving the demo images. So I am not thrilled with the subtitle, "Explaining Parnormal Phenomena" since discreditation of our torment, and bona fide paranormal phenomena, could be attempted with books like this. VALUE NEUTRAL AND/OR QUESTIONABLE POINTS 1. Lt. Col. Bearden makes some extensive claims which may be true, but in my opinion, can overshadow the good points. Examples: - That the Russians (Soviets when this book was written) have fully developed complex sophisticated weaponry, in the form of their "Woodpecker Signal" transmitters as of 1988, which can instantaneously a. Cause widespread disease in their "enemies" world wide including viral diseases like AIDS using electromagnetic signals alone b. Cause immunity to their own (Russian) citizens c. Other equally powerful anti-missile capabilities He may be right, but all I'm saying is that such claims may turn off readers to his more positive aspects. I have trouble believing that viruses can be generated using electromagnetic signals for instance. POSITIVE, PROMISING POINTS For me, the most promising points of this book are the names of alleged devices which apparently tap into "hyperspace", which is a word for all the stuff we can't see or detect around us with our senses and unclassified equipment as of the year 2000. For whatever respect Lt. Col. Bearden is due, this book powerfully backs up the existence of classified weapons which use a brand new type of physics. I'd like to comment though, that when I was an engineering undergrad in the early 60s, "hyperspace" was routinely discussed by physics majors who shared some of our courses, especially math courses. It is not a new term. This new "Superstring Theory" of the universe has made "hyperspace" a much more frequently quoted term. Additionally, we have one quiet, saintly gal in our group, Blanche Chavoustie, formerly of Aches-MC, who is both an MKULTRA institutional kidnap and implant victim, and continues to be dosed with advanced elec- tronic harassment. Blanche has more VISIBLE phenomena that anyone else I've heard from. Without going into details here, this book backs up her reports AND PHOTOS of 'strange lights', sometimes visible to her, sometimes only on camera. Bearden's book begins with his explanation of mysterious lights in Washington Township, Morris County, New Jersey, which seem to behave in the same elusive manner as "Blanche's beams". In the late 1970s, these lights were investigated by a group set up for the purpose called "Vestigia", P.O. Box 1183, Perth Amboy NJ 08861. Some associated names are Robert E. Jones, James McGrath, and Bill Wagner. What is positive about Lt. Col. Bearden's detailed explanation at the beginning of this book is that IT LAYS THE FOUNDATION FOR THE EXISTENCE OF EQUIPMENT WHICH CAN PRODUCE EXOTIC EFFECTS. As we all can appreciate, proving existence of EQUIPMENT is exactly the backup we need. All we have to do is guard against disinformation which simplifies the equipment down to "geo-electromagnetic waves" or "piezo-electric waves" or "power line sensitivity." Double-edged sword, all the way. For me particularly, I'm very glad that this "foundation" finally brings "hyperspace" or, as Lt. Col. Bearden says more often, "hyperspatial" principles to light. This should help the folks who are convinced the entire mind control issue comprises just microwave, acoustics, and electromagnetic implants. The spending of life savings on shielding which cannot deal with the more powerful "hyperspatial" equipment is a tragic waste. Let me give you a couple of quotes to illustrate this: a. I've had the "squeaky hinge" trick, in which a normally functioning hinge suddenly binds so tightly it can barely be moved, and does so with loud snaps as if the two halves are being pressed together with a huge force. (Especially leaving or entering my apt.) Foreword: "...we could instantly amplify the gravitational force between two electrons by a factor of 1,042 [!] With such a gravitational force amplification factor, our altered "electrical" circuits could actually beome powerful electrogravitational circuits." Shades of remote object manipulation, anyone? b. Foreword: "Thus I make no bones about it; we have a new physics in the offing." c. Page 165: "With psychotronics, it is quite possible to extinguish electrical currents flowing in a circuit, or in the nervous system of a biological organism." ** DEVICES. The book mentions some devices which, if an actual device, high quality documentation, or witnesses/inventors/family members could be found, would DRAMATICALLY move our cause ahead. But let me explain that these devices are NOT described as using advanced psychotronics. Lt. Col. Bearden's point in including them in his book is that they represent "miraculous" devices that appear miraculous because they tap into the "hyperspace" and "scalar" realm. Lt. Col. Bearden uses them to back up his own theories on how "this" worldly fields relate to "other" dimensional fields. Remember his entire point is to describe the "new physics" which his theories describe and in my opinion, are what is causing US so much grief: 1. The Moray Radiant Energy Device (start page 54): "In the early 1900s, Dr. T. Henry Moray of Salt Lake City produced his first device to tap energy from the metafrequency oscillations of empty space itself. Eventually, Moray was able to produce a free energy device weighing sixty pounds and producing 50,000 watts of electricity for several hours. Ironically, although he demon- strated his device repeatedly to scientists and engineers, Moray was unable to obtain funding to develop the device further into a usable power station that would produce electrical power on a mass scale." [snip] "Once he even took the device several miles out in the country, away from all power lines, to prove that he was not simply tuning in to energy being clandestinely radiated from some other part of his laboratory. Several times he allowed independent investigators to completely disassemble his device and reassemble it, then re- activate it themselves. In all tests, he was successful in demon- strating that the device could produce energy output without any appreciable energy input. According to exhaustive documentation, no one was ever able to prove that the device was fraudulent or that Moray had not accomplished exactly what he claimed." [snip] But in the face of all this, the U.S. Patent Office refused to grant Moray a patent, first, because his device used a cold cathode in the tubes (the patent examiner asserted it was common knowledge that a heated cathode was necessary to obtain electrons) and, second, becaue he failed to identify the source of the energy." [snip] "...nonetheless, the patent has still not been issued to this day, although the Morays still keep the patent application current." >> TIP FOR OUR INVESTIGATORS/RESEARCHERS! 2. The Priore Machine (start page 273): "The cure for cancer mentioned above is the Priore device in France, which has been curing cancer and other diseases for over a decade, much to the frustration of many members of the French Academy of Sciences. "Antoine Priore is an Italian-born inventor who escaped from the Germans in World War II and escaped to France." [snip] "...Priore explained consisted of an electromagnetic wave in a magnetic field. Eventually the French Government spent almost three million dollars for the construction of a new, improved Priore machine, because Priore had shown he could cure cancers in labor- atory animals with the device. "In 1964 Professor Robert Courrier, renowned biologist and secretaire-perpetuel of the French Academy of Science, presented some of Priore's results to the Academy. Forty eight cancerous rats had been divided into two groups of twenty four each. One group was set aside without treatment as a control, and the other was divided into two groups of twelve each. One of these sub- groups was treated by the Priore machine promptly after cancer grafts, and the other was treated after a lapse of several days. "Both subgroups were completely cured - the first quickly and the second after more prolonged treatment. All the control rats died in twenty-two to thirty days after grafting. "The results created a furor and a controversy that have continued to the present day . Since the first presentation by Courrier, the machine has repeatedly cured leukemia and ohter forms of cancers in laboratory animals. The controversy seems to have arisen because the French Academicians could not comprehend the working of the new machine, and because the inventor would not reveal how it worked but only how it was built." >> ANOTHER INVESTIGATIVE LEAD. 3. "Neutrinic wave devices" (start page 263): Dr. T. Henry Moray again. "At any rate, neutrinic longitudinally polarized waves often arrive at a distant point many times stronger than they were when they left [the transmitter]. T. Henry Moray, for example, built a radio and a sound detector that apparently worked by a version of neutrinic waves, condensed into electromagnetic waes, in his radio- detector apparatus. Dr. Moray tested the radio scores of times between 1930 - 1933, and on several occasions received broadcasts from Admiral Byrd's party in the Antarctic. Even when powerful, ordinary radios could receive nothing from Antarctica because of the severe weather conditions, Moray's little batteryless radio brought the broadcasts in, loud and clear, with no static. "Further, Moray demonstrated a sound pickup device of similar construction that could pick up or zoom in on SOUNDS five miles away. Again the sounds were loud and clear, with none of the distortions of weather conditions and background noise. "(See T. Henry Moray, The Sea of Energy in Which the Earth Floats, 4th edition, 1960, pp 129, 133 and 143.)" [snip] "Tesla in fact patented a capacitive (E-field only) transmission system." >> ANYONE HAVE ACCESS TO THAT BOOK? 4. Bearden's basic points as to how this all works: I'm finishing up here by listing quick highlights of Bearden's main points: - The main idea is that conventional electric, magnetic, and electromagnetic fields CAN EASILY BE TRANSFORMED INTO FAR MORE EXOTIC STUFF IF YOU KNOW HOW. - In fact, Bearden asserts, the simple day to day process of modulation, like AM and FM, actually results in things happening in hyperspace - and that this is necessary for modulation to work at all. - You can transform conventional electromagnetic waves into more exotic stuff by "locking together perfectly two OPPOSING EM waves". What he is talking about is like the difference between a chemical COMPOUND an a MIXTURE. In the mixture, the two or more components still retain their original properties. In a compound, the original individual properties are given up to yield something with entirely new properties. His "locking together of two opposed waves" turns electro- magnetic signals into "electrogravitational" signals. One place you see this take physical shape is web articles talking about "generating scalars" by simply driving a pair of concentrically wound coils with the same alternating current. The idea is that this locks them together, generating a scalar. Remains to be shown, in my opinion. I tried it once, and had the coils touching my head. Nothing. But just as some chemical compounds have to be forced to combine using a suitable catalyst, I strongly suspect there is a way and we just need to find it. - Modulation is equivalent to taking the [calculus] derivative of the modulating waveform. To illustrate this, he gives a block diagram (not a schematic) of an improved "Flanagan Neurophone", in which the device is supposed to develop signals that use "hyperspace" to reach into the mind, even though the signals themselves, if simply played to a speaker, would sound like static. (Shades of the Smirnov method of silent hypnosis?) Bearden claims that this is done like this: a. Amplify the music or voice to a high level, then clip all the peaks so you have a low amplitude square wave with all the zero-crossings of the original intact. (Very much like the Joseph Sharp voice to skull device.) b. Pass this square wave through a stage which outputs the [calculus] derivative with respect to time. This gives zero output for the duration of the clipped peaks, with rapidly reversing spikes, once up, once down then back to zero, at each zero crossing. c. (This is where, according to Bearden, you get into the realm of hyperspace) Then, pass this train of spikes through a SECOND [calculus] derivative stage. It is the output of this second derivative stage which forces signal components that make use of hyperspace to penetrate the mind directly. d. An electrode on the skull (INSULATED since this is a Neurophone which uses insulated, capacitively coupled pads) and a second at any other point on the body complete the device. I could go on, but my purpose is only to HIGHLIGHT the book, not reproduce it. I've tried staying away from jargon as much as possible. The book contains excellent bibliographic references, and to the extent you understand physics, a good glossary at the back. Eleanor White