Prof. Shinichi Seiki seems to have found a way to generate an artificial gravitational field. In his book “The Principles of Ultra-Relativity” (1972) he describes a way of converting gravity energy into electromagnetic energy. He started from the Kramer equation, known since 1934, which describes the four-dimensional gyration movement of atoms in their dependence on external electric and magnetic fields.

Artificial gravitational field

Seiki’s model makes use of the change in the spatial electron spin in the nuclear magnetic resonance spectrum. The substance to be examined is brought into a high-frequency alternating field. At certain frequencies that are typical for the respective molecules, absorption effects occur – energy is withdrawn from the external field.

Prof. Seiki’s model 142 As Seiki demonstrated, the polar angular momentum is influenced by an electrical nuclear resonance just as the spin vortex field, the axial angular momentum, is influenced by the magnetic nuclear resonance. The polar angular momentum now forms a source field in space, which is directly linked to the energy operator and thus also to the gravitational field via a divergence equation. Seiki developed a solution to the equations of motion in a rotating alternating electric field on which a magnetic equilibrium is superimposed. From a certain resonance frequency onwards, negative entropy states can occur energy from the earth’s gravitational field flows into the system.

The “negative energies” create an artificial gravitational field that can cancel out the earthly. Professor Seiki generated the rotating electric field with the help of three spherical capacitors, which are alternately charged and discharged via three magnetic coils – just as George Adamski described them. An external energy source is required to start the engine. The total output of Seiki’s motor was calculated to be 3 x 109 kW, which is far above the output of the “Saturn” rocket.

If an aircraft with its own gravitational field approaches the earth, certain effects occur, Seiki concluded: electromagnetic devices would be disrupted, plants would be damaged all effects that have been observed for years in connection with UFOs. The theoretical models by Brown and Seiki explain at least how the UFOs are propelled and why they have the described flight characteristics and effects on their environment. But after the New York Conference in 1955, which was attended by top-class scientists, the subject of “electrogravity” suddenly disappeared from the scene, and we can only assume that further research was carried out under the protection of military secrecy.

A study of “Electrogravity Systems” from February 1956, which is appropriately located in the “Technical Library” of the Wright Patterson Air Force Base, the seat of the Air Technology Intelligence Service (ATIC), shows that at this time almost all major armaments companies and aircraft construction companies were working on this technology U.S. Air Force, was discovered. It states that “most of the major companies in the United States have now set up workgroups to study electrostatic and electrogravitational phenomena,” including Douglas, Glenn Martin (“who said gravity control could be achieved in the next six years” ), Clark Electronics (“who added that the origin of gravity may be understood more quickly than some people think”), General Electric, Bell, Lear (“has its own department for gravitational research “), Lockheed and Boeing.

The leading universities are now researching in this direction, including well-known institutes such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, where Einstein worked, the CalTech radiation laboratory, in short the entire elite of physicists in the USA.

The results of these top-class research projects are still unknown. The 1960 invitation to Howard Menger to take part in such a secret project suggests at least a longer-term program under the highest secrecy, which apparently was ultimately successful. Whatever the context in which such a project was carried out, it took place without the involvement of Thomas Townsend Brown.

But he too had begun to be interested in UFOs in the early 1950s when he realized how clearly their flight behavior seemed to confirm his theories. In order to obtain further data, similar to Wilbert Smith in Canada, he founded the “National Committee of Inquiry into Air Phenomena” (NICAP) in 1956, a private organization based in Washington DC, whichmlater under the direction of Major Donald Keyhoe – soon became the most prestigious UFO research organization in the United States.

Its members included various senior military officials, including Admiral Roscoe Hillenkoetter, the former director of the CIA. Obviously, Brown was not the only one who thought the collection of UFO information was important, even though the members of NICAP soon accused him of being too one-sided in UFO research with regard to the phenomena of electrogravity.

In the years that followed, Brown became increasingly convinced that “someone,” most likely government officials, was overseeing his work and hoping for actionable clues. The UFO phenomenon was also increasingly being investigated by the authorities for evidence of the propulsion system of the “flying saucers”, which explains the keen interest of certain departments, especially in the contactors Adamski and Menger. The Rodeffer film came at just the right time, which, like no other before it, provided fairly clear information about the UFO propulsion system