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Occult Ether Physics: Tesla's Hidden Space Propulsion Systems and the Conspiracy to Conceal It Paperback – 1 Nov 1998


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  • Paperback: 106 pages
  • Publisher: Creatopia Productions; New e. edition (1 Nov. 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0963746766
  • ISBN-13: 978-0963746764
  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 17.8 x 24.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 847,385 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Tesla's original vision, in his 1870's student days, of his "ideal flying machine", was of an electropulsive one, the realization of which is why he said he originally entered the field of electrical science in 1875 in the first place.  Read the first page
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By The Boogie Man on 28 Aug. 2008
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The theory of "Ether" explains many of the paradoxes and anomalies of modern science. Much of this "forgotten science" dates back to the mid- nineteenth century. William Lyne has trawled through reams of old periodicals from that period, including articles by Faraday and Maxwell and the lectures of Nikola Tesla. Lyne's conception of the Ether is derived from these nineteenth century sources.

According to Lyne the Ether pervades all of matter and space, like a super- dense, super fine fluid. This fluid is composed of oppositely charged particles which he names Omnitrons and Omnions, these form "helical micro tubules" which orient themselves according to a mass's velocity or dialectric condition. "Momentum" and "inertia" according to Lynne, are electro- magnetic properties derived from the Ether which is stationary. However all objects on the surface of the Earth are moving at thousands of miles per hour as the Earth travels through space, therefore the ether flows through all matter producing electro magnetic charge. Momentum and inertia as well as gravitation may thus be manipulated by the electrical control of the Ether. Zero Point Radiation is a property of the charged Ether.

Lyne has observed many Ufos in his home state of New Mexico which got him thinking. The characteristics of their flight and appearance convinced him that Etheric technology was being used. Lyne seems to believe that all of these saucers were/are terrestrial in origin. He outlines the history of project "Paperclip" and the pre- war involvement of Werner Von Braun with the American Military. Hundreds of Nazi etheric scientists were brought to the States to work on American programmes, with Von Braun, at the end of the war.
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68 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Iain Black on 18 Oct. 2002
William R. Lyne trys to lift the lid on technology which would allow us to fly around in mini spaceships. Hmmm, you say, but if we knew how we would be doing it? Dont fret, it is apparently the government who is holding back the technology to stop the bottom dropping out of the oil and travel market. Mr Lyne seems quite paranoid, i dont doubt i would be too if what he says is true.
Apparently Nikola Tesla(genius electricity physicist) developed theories about flying spaceships. Even more surprising is that the Nazis got one working at the end of WW2 and America stole the technology. So Mr Lyne trys to explain, to the layman, how you could build your own ship! There are plenty of diagrams and theory which all seems perfectly reasonable apart from the fact that i wouldn't know. It is pretty technical. It isn't a how-to book by any means but the concepts highlighted could be hush-hush stuff. I'm sure a physics/chemistry teacher would have a better informed opinion.
Curiously enough, i dont doubt that it is possible, Mr Lyne seems to know what he is talking about. I would recommend buying this book just to get it 'out there'. There is also a chapter on extracting energy from hydrogen, in fact it seems that you can get more energy than you put in! He tells us that modern textbooks deliberatly falsify figures on Hydrogen to prevent interest. Mr Lyne claims that the extra energy comes from the Ether(energy around us). Again i am not qualified enough to validate such theories but i only really wrote this review to try and get someone else to buy it, read it and write a better one. No-one seems to touch unreviewed books so if you know your stuff, give it a go and tell us all if it's the real deal.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Gianni Lemetti on 3 Sept. 2008
As a former student of Electrical Engineering and an admirer of the work and life of Nikola Tesla, I felt obliged to engage my curiosity and purchase this particular book.

My first surprise was the thickness of William Lyne's piece of literature.
Any issue of Maxim or FHM magazine has more pages to it, but this aspect did not faze me too much as the author reiterates his work as "this little stick scientific dynamite."

What struck me most about William Lyne's style of writing is how he can compel his reader with facts and knowledge as comprehensively as a scientific journal to then switch to 'tongue-in-cheek' statements without any valid evidence or sources to cite and reinforce such claims.

With quotes such as:

"...as I followed it with my outstretched arms and index finger, and my fellow hot-tubbers oggled in jaw-dropped amazment."

It spoils what could be a well-written critique on the subject of anti-gravity and advanced propulsion. Instead elements of what seems reminiscent of tabloid journalism, seems to prevail.
A keynote to reinforce this is the 'amateurish' drawings and sketches of components, ideas and the explanation theory by Mr Lyne. There are plenty of CAD or graphic design software utilities and packages out there that could display any of the author's needs for illustration.

If you have patience to accept the limits Mr Lyne's writing style, there is a reasonable amount of information and key quotes highlighting great minds and great discoveries than have been suppressed by academia and big corporations in regard to the current monopoly of oil, gas and electricity as such.
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