There is a LOT of material covered in this recording including Zennek Surface Waves, which are supposedly related to the “Tesla Tower” in Texas that is causing a lot of buzz, discussion of earthquake forecasting, Eric also gives some details on several of his presentations and he goes into some of JJ Thomson’s work as well as Dayton Miller.
By the way, the EPD Laboratories, Inc. 501(c)3 non profit organization supporting the work of Eric Dollard has had it’s building paid off as of a month ago!!! This is a huge step for all of us involved with Eric’s work and we coudln’t have done it without all of your generous donations! Before, it costs about $14000 per year to cover the mortgage, tax, insurance, utilities, etc. just to cover the building expenses. That has been reduced by about $8000 so the total operating costs for the building is now only $6000 or about $500 per month!! This has made a huge difference for the organization. We still need help with the monthly operating expenses so if you are able to pitch in, every bit helps! The PayPal donation link is in the right column of http://ericpdollard.com and right by that is a mailing address if you want to mail a donation in the forum of a check or money order. Thank you all for your support!
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We’re excited to launch The Power of the Aether as Related to Music and Electricity by Eric Dollard. It’s almost 4 hours long and is of one of the most important presentations he has ever given. And the layman can understand most of it.
It is not only a history lesson, it teaches about harmonics and how it relates to music and electricity but it actually goes way beyond that. You just have to at least read the entire website to see what it is really about by clicking on the link below. Plus… it discusses something very special and very, VERY important…
A HISTORICAL FIRST – for the first time ever, J.J. Thomson’s equations from Matter and Electricity have been clarified and straightened out so that they actually make sense. J.J. Thomson is the man who discovered the electron so paying attention to the rest of his work just may be worth paying attention to.
Why is this important? It is the actual foundation necessary to move in the direction of being able to directly engineer the aether both mathematically and in concrete form!
Get your copy here: http://emediapress.com/go.php?offer=epdollard&pid=68
Thompson used some letters in his equations to represent certain things in one place and used the same letters elsewhere to represent something completely different, which obscures the importance of his work. Did Thomson do this on purpose to hide what he was up to? We can’t say for sure, but Eric Dollard has cracked open Thomson’s mess and gave continuity and much-needed clarity to it, which is one of the most important contributions to the science of the aether in over 100 years!
Although this presentation is nearly 4 hours and goes into a lot of depth on various related subjects, Eric Dollard considers it to be a basic primer to orient the viewer to these concepts. Later, he will be going much deeper into not just music and harmonics but into the work of J.J. Thomson, which he considers to be just as important as Tesla’s if not more and that is saying a lot.
Get your copy here: http://www.emediapress.com/go.php?offer=epdollard&pid=68
Aaron at EricPDollard.com
p.s. We’re going to extend the introductory discount for Jim Murray’s Dynaflux presentation a couple more days to give everyone a chance since there isn’t much time between the releases of the presentations.
Here is what has been released from the conference so far:
The Dynaflux Concept & Lenz’s Law by Jim Murray – http://www.emediapress.com/go.php?offer=epdollard&pid=67
Magnetic Energy Secrets Part 3 by Paul Babcock – http://www.emediapress.com/go.php?offer=epdollard&pid=65
If anyone wants to know the real physics of the aether, it is the work of J.J. Thomson that is a must. Here is a brief interview with Eric Dollard on J.J. Thomson and by now Eric has gone much deeper into this work beyond what most people have been able to understand.
In J.J. Thomson’s more technical work, he has uses a lot of math with the same variables representing many different things so it is very difficult to follow. Much of Eric’s work will be to reverse-engineer his equations and give them some logical continuity to make it easier to understand.
This interview just touches the surface of J.J. Thomson’s work but his work will be a major part of much of Eric’s more advanced work that is under development right now.