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Research on gravity and associated phenomena is accelerating rapidly at this time. On this page we have references and a few comments. Generally, it is better to say "gravity control" rather than "antigravity". After all, we like gravity. It is relatively useful. Keeps our bones from falling apart, and balloons from floating away before they're inflated.

It has been known for some time that there is a connection between electromagnetism and gravity. Exactly how this works has been difficult to determine.

A few inventors have reportedly made gravity devices, but these have not been duplicated yet. John Searle is the most well known of these people. It has been some time since he had the ability to construct anything as he is advanced in years now. A group in the USA is attempting to reconstruct his work. An update on this work was presented at the Conference On Future Energy near Washington DC in September 2006, and another at the ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference in Albuquerque July 2010.

Searle Type Magnetic Rotor
Searle Type Magnetic Rotor, Albuquerque 7/10

Fran McCabe has done more conventional research on gravity, largely concentrating on phenomena connected with gyroscopes. These are fascinating instruments, since they will always move along certain directional lines in relation to their spin, but not others. Here are photos of Fran's research and demonstration constructions:

McCabe's Gyro Board
McCabe's Gyro Board

Over Unity Gyro Dynamo July, 2013
Over Unity Gyro Dynamo July, 2013


Shape Power
Dan Davidson
Rivas Publishing 1997
Shape is being recognized as a factor in the production and manipulation of gravity. This is the best possible reference for anyone beginning to research this field.

Electrogravitics I and II
Tom Valone
Integrity Research Institute

Buckminster Fuller
MacMillan 1979
Many references on gravity are given in the index which is in Volume 2 but covers both Volume 1 & 2. One must work extensively to find how these references correlate with wave phenomena. Note that you can find both volumes for reference on the Internet. Here are a few references, as section numbers: 112, 130-33, 251.07, 400.50, 529.03, 541 (several), 643, 645.00-12, 711.01-36, 780.24, 924.10, 962.11, 974.02, 1005.62, 1009.80-98, 1024.11, 1030.20, 1051.52-55, 1056.20, 1234.02 There are several more in Volume 2 but these can get you started.

The Anti-Gravity Handbook
compiled by David Hatcher Childress
Adventures Unlimited 1985
This is a grab-bag of serious and speculative works on the subject. Some humorous works are included. Definitely worth having around.

It should be mentioned here that much work by the late Charles Yost in Electrogravitics is worth reading. In 1984 he gave a presentation to the International Tesla Society that described electrical weather phenomena in great detail. While this specific presentation did not cover gravity interactions, his later work built on this did. This work was largely published in his Electric Spacecraft Journal. Hopefully these have been archived somewhere. Many current researchers, whether they know it or not, are building on his work.
T. Townsend Brown also deserves mention, due to several fascinating demonstrations including the original "Beamship".

RA Lifter Demo
Electrogravitic Beamship or Lifter being held in the air by a tiny wire feeding 25 millivolts DC electricity from an ordinary power supply. Russell Anderson, Philadelphia 7/11

RA Concept Model
Conceptual Model of an Inertial Propulsion Vehicle - Russell Anderson, Albuquerque 7/10

American Antigravity

Tim Ventura has done an excellent job of gathering current research in this field. His web site is highly recommended: American Antigravity


Entomologists have long been aware that June Bugs do not have wings strong enough for flight, and have interesting structures on the underside of their wing caps. Dan Davidson has brought this out very well in his 2006 ExtraOrdinary Technology conference presentation. All gravity researchers should have this DVD. It is available through Tesla Tech, Inc.

Other natural phenomena associated with gravity are mentioned in the Vortexian Mechanics section of the Tesla Academy site.


High Resolution Measurements of OH Infrared Airglow Structure
Parris Cornel Neal, Major, USAF
Proceedings of the 1986 International Tesla Symposium
This is a key reference. Here, he gives exact plans for building instrumentation that will provide for direct observations of gravity waves. During the original presentation he also showed several photographs that demonstrated how these can be visually correlated. These can sometimes be seen at sunset at high altitudes.

Craig Spaniol
Proceedings of the 1988 International Tesla Symposium
Mathematical equations that show relationships between gravity and electromagnetism. It helps to have a good understanding of calculus when reading this paper. A good quote: "Drawing on the analogy from Electrodynamics, it appears that the radiation (actually coupling not radiation) being proposed is of the Electrostatic equivalent. ... Basically, energy can be coupled from one mass to another via the fluctuating gravity (Electro-gravimetric) field which is analogous to capacitor coupling through the electric field."

Gravity Field Sensor
Dan Davidson
Video, 1991 Extraordinary Science Conference (International Tesla Society)
These are excellent instructions for building a simple gravity detector. I had one built in 1993, but it is currently not functioning. We are working to find the master of this and many other videos presented at these conferences held in odd-numbered years from 1987 to 1997.


There are three kinds of gravity to be considered for navigational purposes:
Reference Gravity is that background "noise" of gravity which we have conventionally called a constant.
Local gravity would be that created by suitable materials and shape, differing from reference gravity.
Distorted gravity would be a local field that is of sufficient strength to be a danger to navigation, such as near a so-called black hole.
Right now we should probably avoid Distorted Gravity until we have a better understanding of how to create a Local Gravity field. Distorted gravity will still be studied by Quantum Mechanics people anyway.
We might do well to consider gravity as neither push nor pull. Instead, think of it as a flow, and see what happens to your potential designs. It appears that gravity is relatively instantaneous in action across space and time domains. This brings up many interesting lines of speculation.

It is likely that the material composition of a substance could have an effect on Local Gravity. To research this, try the following steps:
Start with the Walter Russell table of the elements from The Secret of Light.
Imagine it in 3 dimensions or build a suitable model.
Plot a few known catalytic reactions among various elements.
Check radioactive decay sequences along similar pathways. Remember that these pathways you imagine are running from one point to another inside a three-dimensional spiral.
Finally, the most complex step is to plot known metal alloys while paying attention to the strengths they develop when manufactured.
Once this exercise is done, we will be in a better position to engineer specific alloys toward the goal of creating local gravity effects.

Note that when we refer to Local Gravity, the location can be infinitely large or small, depending on what frame of reference you choose. If you choose a frame of reference that's about 25,000 miles in circumference, you have discovered the gravity structure of this planet. If your frame of reference is about the size of an automobile, you then have a vehicular gravity control environment.

Tesla Academy podcasts on Gravity (right-click to download):
Fran McCabe
Dan Davidson


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