Meier Corroboration #185 – Beam of Light

March 25th, 2019

light levitation article

https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2019/03/scientists-say-theyve-figured-out-how-to-levitate-objects-using-only-light/

February 15th, 1975

Billy:
That is very interesting, but I did not suppose that all comets originated in the manner mentioned. But how does such a hyperdrive actually work, and what about the normal drive?
Semjase:
56. Unfortunately, I’m not allowed to tell you any details about that.
57. If the Earth scientists had more specific details, then they would solve their propulsion problems in a very short time.
58. But this is neither in our nor in the cosmic interest, because the Earth-human is still not free and not mature enough to fly around in the outer space.
59. However, at the given time, which is not too far away any more, s/he will find the solution of her/his problem all by herself/himself.
60. I may only tell you so much that very many of your scientists are nevertheless already on the right track and are theoretically working and researching on the necessary drives.
61. I may also tell you that these also concern drives that are already known in their basic features within your initiated scientific circles as light-emission drives and as tachyon drives.
62. The light-emission drive serves as normal drive and has the function of moving the beamship to planets or within their vicinity, up to 153 million kilometres of distance, so up to the safety limit.
63. Beyond that, the tachyon drive, among other things, is put into operation, if greater distances are to be bridged.
64. This is one of the hyperdrives, capable of controlling hyperspace as well as space and time.
65. We call these two drives by other names, but the sense remains the same.
66. We have a different language than the Earth-humans, and so I have to explain it to you in the terms that you understand.
Billy:
That makes sense to me, but I don’t understand how such a drive functions. I know the basic concepts of an emission and I know what tachyons mean, but I cannot imagine or guess the actual processes with a drive resulting from them. Can you tell me more details about that?
Semjase:
67. No, I am not allowed to do that, because by doing so I would reveal the secret of the whole drive and also the generation and utilisation of the tachyons, however also the secret of the emitting drive.

 

David Froning:

At the time, Dr. Froning had already spent 25 years as an astronautical engineer at McDonnell Douglas in highly classified military defense and, in 1979, became interested in Meier’s accounts of Plejaren starship travel, which mentioned tachyon propulsion. Dr. Froning found Meier’s account of tachyon propulsion (which was only beginning to be discussed by a very small and select group of theoretical physicists), and his calculations for above light speed travel to be amazing. In 1983, he was pursuing his Quantum Interstellar Ramjet idea (JBIS vol. 33, no. 7, July 1980; AIAA 81-1533, July1981; IAF-85-492, October, 1985) and plugged in his Quantum Ramjet performance equations, assuming: a given starship density, vacuum energy conversion efficiency (in transforming positrons and electrons within the quantum vacuum into photons), and vacuum energy conversion scales of distance of the order of the Compton wavelength. The resulting vehicle acceleration enabled achievement of almost light speed in about 4.3 hours and deceleration from light speed in about 4.3 hours. Meier said that the elapsed time during the “hyperspace jump” took only several seconds. Thus, trip time between the Pleiades star cluster and Earth with Froning’s slower-than-light Quantum Ramjet Drive plus a hypothetical tachyon drive would be 8.6 hours, which was within 20% of the Plejaren trip time reported by Meier. But, while Froning’s calculations were based on many arbitrary assumptions, and in no way proved the truthfulness of Meier’s account (since it was a theoretical system he was working on, only time will tell as to which are correct) Froning was somewhat startled that his arbitrary flight time computations were within 20% of the flight time mentioned by Meier. Regarding the Meier material, Dr. Froning also publicly stated that, “My colleagues and I may have made breakthroughs in our understanding of possibilities and ways for traveling faster than light from Billy Meier’s accounts of his encounters with the Plejarens.”

 

 

March 29th, 1976

The next day, on the 29th of March 1976, he exposed two rolls of movie film and four 36-shot rolls of color slides at a location about 50 kilometers away called Hasenbol-Langenberg. He got there late in the afternoon and about 19:45 he noticed the spacecraft arriving as it was still far in the distance. He first exposed a roll of 35mm slides of the approach of the craft where it is initially seen as a dark fuzzy point in the afternoon haze gradually becoming more distinct as it gets closer, approaching over the handlebars of his Moped. It continues its approach, getting nearer and the image becomes larger as it slides to his right in a smooth descent toward a small bare tree, or rather two of them, a larger one and a smaller one, seen in the lower right hand comer of the later frames. He finished the 35mm roll and went to the super 8mm movie camera and began filming the first roll. He let it run out while he reloaded his hand camera and continued shooting the arrival stages of the beautiful ship. When he could see that it was apparently going to descend he began walking toward his right toward the apparent landing point. As he did so trees and bushes passed between him and the arriving spacecraft and we got marvelous pictures with a good exercise in focus. We had branches near the camera, inside the focus setting and farther out nearing good focus, and then the spacecraft in good sharp image in infinity focus for Meier’s camera. The ship continued to descend to a hover position only about 100 yards beyond the bare branched tree, where Meier shot one of the most beautiful UFO pictures ever made. The object is seen hovering in clear detail behind the tree with a flash of the setting sunlight off the curved surface of the cabin dome of the ship.

The film in his 35mm camera ran out again. He reloaded the movie camera and made it ready. One of the aliens, Quetzel, descended on a beam of light and stood with Meier near the tree where they talked for some minutes. Then Quetzel returned to his ship and Meier walked back and turned the movie camera on again, reloaded the Olympus and continued to shoot movies and stills until both cameras were out of film. He shot one more roll of 35mm slides as the spacecraft departed.

 

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