Dr. Claude Swanson
Dr. Claude Swanson was educated as a physicist at MIT and Princeton University. During those years he worked at the MIT Science Teaching Center, Brookhaven National Laboratory and a Virginia cyclotron in the summer. At Princeton he received the National Science Foundation Fellowship and Putnam Fellowship. His Ph.D. thesis at Princeton was done in the “Gravity Group,” which focuses on experimental cosmology and astronomy, and was headed by Dr. Robert Dicke. His thesis advisor was Prof. David Wilkinson, who later became chairman of the physics department.
Swanson conducted postgraduate work at Princeton and Cornell Universities on the design of superconducting plasma containment vessels for fusion energy systems. He then began work for Aeronautical Research Associates of Princeton, a consulting company, and later formed his own consulting company which carried out studies in applied physics for commercial and governmental agencies, including DuPont, United Technologies, the U.S. Army and Navy, DARPA and the CIA, among many others.
Connection between Dark Matter in Space and the Occurrence of Golden Ages.
Recent discoveries in Russia by the Astrophysicist Nikolai Kozyrev, and confirmed by others (Larentiev,__) have revealed a type of energy which is produced by stars, but is also present throughout space (Kozyrev, __). Its properties are closely related to the energy known as “chi” in oriental medicine (also known as subtle energy in the West, and “torsion” by Russian scientists). In laboratory experiments one form of this energy (left handed spin) enhances gravitational attraction and the other reduces it. Russian scientists have proposed that this energy in its two forms are the basis for “dark matter” and “dark matter” respectively.
In a recent comprehensive 720 page book which surveys the science of this energy, MIT and Princeton educated physicist Dr. Claude Swanson (Swanson, 2010) describes how this energy, in its left-handed form, also enhances psychic ability and intuition, and is responsible for the Spottiswood 13.5 hour sidereal peak in increased accuracy in ESP and Remote Viewing experiments (Spottiswood, __). This effect has also been confirmed by magnetic healers (Davis, __) and appears consistent with the Russian findings.
In other words, this energy, which exists in inhomogeneous “lumps” in space, has the effect of enhancing ESP, psychic ability, remote viewing and other forms of intuition. Computer generated images of dark matter in space by astronomers confirm that it is found concentrated in various regions throughout the universe. The largest near-by concentration is the “Great Attractor” in Virgo, which appears responsible for the Spottiswood peak.
It is proposed that such concentrations of dark matter in space could be responsible for the occurrence of “Golden Ages” if the earth moves through such a region. During such times, intuition will be enhanced in the entire population. This will lead to a much quicker understanding of new information, and to the appearance of higher intelligence as a result. A nearby concentration of dark matter of this type could be the origin of “magnetic center” spoken of in the Bhagavad Gita. In fact, there is reason to believe the left handed torsion may be the “source of universal magnetism” since this energy is also found flowing at the poles of permanent magnets, according the experiments of von Reichenbach (von Reichenbach, __).
It is also interesting that this polarity of subtle energy is found beneath the apex of pyramids, and raises the suggestion that perhaps they were built as an attempt to preserve this type of energy as the Golden Age wanes and its natural background concentration begins to decrease. Therefore understanding the nature of this type of energy may bring us not only to a deeper understanding of Golden Ages, but also the appearance of very ancient pyramids. Another means to confirm this idea is by testing auxiliary effects which are expected to accompany left-handed torsion. Russian experiments have shown that it also affects other physical parameters, and can lead to increased temperatures. These are consistent with the increased temperatures being observed on several planets in the solar system, at a time when the solar constant (heat output from the sun) has not changed.
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