Monday, October 24, 2016

Genesis for the New Space Age with John Leith - Chpt XV - Post War Military Development of the Anti Gravity Principle


Interesting description of the magnetic field of the Earth and its banding.  I have seen no other such commentary before and i presume antecedents exist.

 However, considering the density of navigation flights out there it appears unreasonable that such a phenomena would not be well known and understood.
Otherwise this fictional construct continues with the magic material been shown to the world.  Problem with that we have no such evidence of such out there as this would not need to remain exclusive or particularly secret.  More important the actual skin happens to be formed in atomic layers to control fields and electric activity.  We are learning how to do this now, but not in 1978.

Description of gravity control conforms to my expectations here, but that is not too hard an imaginative leap either...

Chapter XV

Post War Military Development of the Anti Gravity Principle

"Britain and the United States are working together, and working for the same high cause. Bismarck once said that the supreme fact of the nineteenth century was that Britain and the United States spoke the same language. Let us make sure that the supreme fact of the twentieth century is that they tread the same path."

Winston Churchill, United States Congress, January 17, 1952

In May of 1945, Churchill wrote his first highly classified letter to the new and unpretentious President of the U.S.A., Harry Truman. Thus began the most important series of documents ever written on the round wing plane as the determining factor for protection of allied skies in a world where future supremacy in the air would be the goal of succeeding generations. Churchill's first letter read: "The war is over. By our combined efforts we (Great Britain and the U.S.A.) have learned to work together. But, because Russia already has revealed itself to be our future adversary, I urge that we maintain, with the highest priority, all round wing plane research, development and military deployment . . . with the secrecy necessary to insure the survival of democracy."

Within a month, President Harry Truman answered Churchill in a decisive reply. His letter began: "Dear Winston: Your sentiments express my own thoughts. I totally agree with your political appraisal of Russia." In Truman's answer to Churchill it was evident that as the head of a nation of free people, he too had resolved to face the Soviet challenge of world domination, using the latest weapon of peace which the U.S.A. had developed.

Churchill wrote his next letter. "Dear Harry: I suggest we get together and that I come to the U.S.A. where we will draft plans to continue the round wing plane program. Its very existence must remain locked in silence. We should never forget that we have in our possession an invention so vast that we cannot yet comprehend the benefits it will bring to the world. But militarily we must never let the Russians discover the knowledge of how to build a round wing plane (although I doubt their capabilities) because we do not want a bilateral arms race to develop. I understand there is much continuing research of a scientific nature that should now be started by first choosing the best physicists from among our combined peoples. In the meantime, I think it is wise that we not let up our military vigilance, but consider the whole world to be our new area of reconnaisance."

That the free world survived and prepared to meet the inevitable onslaught of Russian Communism was due in large part to the letters of commitment by freedom-loving Churchill and a plainspeaking Truman, neither of whom had any personal ambitions to rule the world. Only future historians will be objective enough to venture if the process of democracy was weakened by the ultimate secrecy which theirdecisions invoked.

Mr. Estes Plateu, an unofficial representative from host planet Venus, added his thoughts on paper, which letter is on file with those of Churchill and Truman in the U.S. Air Force Tombs in Kensington, Maryland. Mr. Plateu wrote in 1945: "My government of Venus, and the solar council suggests for the present that you keep a force of 500 round wing military planes ready for action to repel any attack that might occur from any place on or off the globe. The figure of 500 is not an arbitrary one, but has been calculated by Venusian scientists, based on the present, safe amount of magnetic power which the round wing fleet would draw off the earth's grid system during anyone peak period.

"Furthermore, 500 round wing planes in the hands of English speaking people for their protection and that of their allies, will be over-adequate to effect any counter military action that might be initiated by Russia on land or in the air." Mr. Plateu continued, in his letter, that a global passenger and freight fleet of 2,000 round wing planes could eventually be developed by the year 2000 (commercial aeroplanes in the USA now (1978) number less than 600), by initiating a global ground system of magnetic boosters. Such total complement of round wing planes would allow a safe margin for power withdrawal from the earth's magnetized force being developed in part by the planet spinning on its axis," the Venusian declared.

Plateu later wrote: "I am not concerned about the eventual depletion of the earth's petro-chemical resources. The round Wing planes (as well as future ships and trains) operating without petro-chemical derivatives will be in service long after the oil reserves are gone." Plateu said all forms of electricity are provided by the earth, no matter how the current is derived. "Tapping this vast electro magnetic  energy in different ways will be an inspiration to the next generations of earth scientists,"  he added.

In the months of 1945 and thereafter, meetings between President Truman and Churchill were carried on outlining priorities for peace-time military use of the round wing plane. To assure secrecy after war-time development (handled under the American OSS till September 1945), the new operation would begin under the newly formed CIA in the United States and MI 2 in Canada. British Intelligence, the head of which was known to only three government persons, would also canyon the project. The combined Air Intelligence of the three nations would, of necessity, figure heavily in the
cover-up, too.

Great Britain, the U.S. and Canada, with the knowledge of selected persons in their executive branches, and certain legislators and civil servants, thereafter set up secret funds under National Defense Research and Science budgets destined to assure guardianship of the world by the annual continuation of the top secret, round wing plane program.

Meanwhile Russia withdrew further into her insular world under Stalin to concentrate on rocketry, and the gap between Russian and Western interests became known as the cold war of undeclared hostilities (which continues unabated in the early 80's).

Caldwell had ceaselessly worked through the war in almost every aspect of development and testing the round wing planes which were turned out at the secret Western complex. However, in many facets of the operation, Caldwell's genius had been superceded by scientists and physicists of greater academic abilities. But Caldwell clung to his positions of control and delayed research of a highly mathematical nature which was difficult to pursue because of his intransigence. Like many inventive geniuses, Caldwell was dominating and at times down right eccentric, and these traits often produced
irksome interference which scientific minds assembled at the complex wanted to avoid. The problem was long recognized that research would serve the cause better if testing facilities could be removed
from the original base to another site.

In 1945 Los Alamos became the post-war facility for round wing plane research endeavours. The scientists had identified basic, unsolved problems. For instance, it had to be determined by speed tests how fast the phenomena could fly over 7,000 miles per hour. Also, they knew it was easy to fly such a fast plane off the curvature of the earth, following which a sense of direction was easily lost. Many diffused research problems related to such unknowns, had to be overcome in order to make the round wing plane a trim ship.

On authority of the US Chief of the Army Air Force, General Vandenberg, the move to Los Alamos was ordered. A team of five scientific minds was chosen; A Canadian from the University of Manitoba, an Englishmen from Oxford and three American physicists. The new code name for the round wing plane development would be a misnomer - Project Milk Can.

In charge of the new project would be a man of proven capabilities. His name was Col. Chas. B. Wilkerson. He held a PhD in physics and was a doctor of mathematics. Among his unpublished credentials was his ability as a cryptanalyst with the OSS during the war in breaking the German code,which perhaps shortened the hostilities by three years and changed allied sea losses from near defeat to victory.

Col. Wilkerson and his scientific cohorts moved to Los Alamos to complete the next phase of round wing plane development. Early in the Los Alamos based project the physicists began the first detailed
determination of speed, using Earth's magnetic forces applied to the performance of the new motor. The Los Alamos group were given one 33 foot round wing plane for test purposes, and with this craft speed factors were tallied by racing the plane over the prescribed north- south course and dividing the time factor of hours, minutes and fractions of seconds into lineal miles travelled. The resulting speeds and acceleration responses between the two centers formed the basis of the standard training manual being used in round wing planes today.

The researchers ascertained the round wing plane flew faster on a north-south axis than east-west, and also noted that the magnetic planes automatically accelerated on successive trips round the world. For instance, in 1946 two trips around the world in an easterly direction were made in twelve hours time, the second trip being the faster. The object was not to establish speed records but check performance. Wilkerson also flew the plane through the interior of the earth and around the outside three times without stopping. It was noted that the earth emitted less magnetic power in the interior than on the surface, as during each pass through the interior the round wing plane slowed up measurably, for reasons then unknown.

The same year, on a routine speed determination, Col. Wilkerson and his crew got into serious trouble. Before they were aware of a navigational error it was noted with some alarm that they had flown off the earth's convex curvature and were about 10,000 miles out into the void of space, travelling at an incalculable speed under the greater interplanetary magnetic force between planets.

Suddenly a face appeared on their visual screen and a voice announced: "Gentlemen! You are lost and have strayed from the regions of your planet." The voice continued: "You flew off the curvature of the planet. I witnessed your departure. Your calculations went wrong when you computed magnetic navigation as though you were travelling on a flat plane. I will now place on your video screen the navigational formula to allow you to correct course and return safely to your very point of departure. As you get used to space travel, you will become familiar with this problem. Stellar perspective in space is confusing to a mariner familiar only with journeys in Earth atmosphere." On the screen there then appeared a table to correct flight deviation. Col. Wilkerson knew there were many calculations that had to be figured immediately to rectify their navigational error and prevent same in the future. There was of course direction, velocity of the machine, rotational turn of the Earth, Earth's orbital speed, the changes of magnetic influence from the Earth's atmosphere to outer space, interplanetary magnetic perturbations, etc. As the U.S. ship adjusted course, the crew suddenly saw aslightly dissimilar but smaller space craft fly past them. Col. Wilkerson knew that their space benefactor was one of the occupants of that unknown craft. Shortly thereafter the American round wing plane returned safely to Los Alamos.

From the experience of being off course in space Col. Wilkerson and his physicists developed the navigational tables and directional system in use today among the English speaking round wing plane pilots, whenever they are required to fly either in earth's atmosphere or outer space.

Besides a new navigational guidance system, there was also added a speedometer that compensated for changes in acceleration due to changing magnetic forces emanating from the Earth's surface.

In 1945 it was decided to conduct experiments in vertical speeds of ascent and descent. The problem
was to translate for instant cockpit readout, the reverse fluctuations of magnetism induced at specific
points of the electro magnetic perimeter surrounding the centrally located positive magnetic coil. This information was charted and put into an instantaneous visual cockpit read-out altimeter, also in usetoday.

Determining the round wing plane's lift capabilities was then tackled. They successfully lifted by suspension a jeep, a Sherman tank and a large steam locomotive. Once attached to four magnetized I
bolts built into the bottom of the round wing plane, the physicists noted that the small five pound anti-magnetic motor had no greater difficulty lifting the locomotive than the jeep. Weightlessness in the object being lifted was achieved by direct current from the motor passing via the I bolt lifters on through the chain into the object being lifted. In the experiments mentioned, the locomotive, for instance, became an integral part of the craft, repulsing Earth's magnetism.

The push-pull capability of the experimental round wing plane was then demonstrated. The locomotive was shoved and pulled down a section of track, and the Sherman tank, with motor dead, was pushed across a field without apparent effort. Later a set of multiple plows was placed behind a tractor and a virgin plot plowed with ease. The scientists calculated the round wing plane was the most powerful tool or machine in existence and that its peacetime uses were as varied as an engineer could imagine. In the right hands, different applications of the anti-magnetic motor could change the world, so that everything in nature which required changing or improving would be in reach of man.

As the Los Alamos scientists contemplated the awesome power of the round wing plane during discussion one day in 1952, a thought occurred. The engine and two cars of a 62 Union Pacific freight train had fallen off the road bed the previous night into a canyon creek seventy feet below the tracks. The wreckage of cars lay sprawled in the watery bed. The location (still classified) was in a desert area of the Southwest. That day orders went out for the wrecking crews to vacate their work and return to base several miles away. Under cover of darkness a crew from Los Alamos was flown to the train site. Using heavy navy chains, the round wing plane effortlessly lifted each railroad piece back on the tracks. Today there are probably railway men in that area who still tell the story of the wrecked train that mysteriously was returned to the tracks one dark night in 1942.

But the conclusive test was yet to come. It was a test, which if successful, would have wide implications in the modem world of travel. The Los Alamos team first thought of the idea when they used the round wing plane in experiments pushing the Sherman tank. At that time they wondered how reliable or how fickle would be the performance of the small lightweight antimagnetic motor installed in a car in place of the heavy piston driven engine. An English car was chosen and modified. Taken out was the engine, the drive shaft, gears, etc. The little five pound anti-magnetic motor was placed under the hood in a position allowing its axis to be pointed in any direction for forward or reverse motion. Lift was not required. A generator drew power from the back wheels. Brakes were left intact. It is assumed that a battery bank was used to control the amount of electricity necessary to energize the electro magnetos.

During that summer of 1948 a two jeep convoy fore and aft of a little English car was seen by thousands of people as the group travelled cross country to New York, then to Washington, on up to Ottawa and finally west across Canada's prairie provinces to the grueling roads over the Rockies into
British Columbia. A daily log was kept on the car's performance and speed. The only problem encountered in the gas free automobile was the constant use of the brakes, the shoes of which had to be periodically replaced. Car speed throughout the tour was literally controlled by braking.

To prevent curious onlookers swarming over the car, a sign saying "experimental automobile" had to be printed on each side, and the hood kept locked. Once, while crossing the Saskatchewan prairies, the lead jeep broke down. Moving up front, the little experimental car hitched an iron chain to the jeep and effortlessly towed it into Regina for repairs.

A tired but contented group finally reached the tunnel entrance to the Western Pacific complex. Only a single electric railroad went through the mountain tunnel. Mounting the rails, the car took its power from the overhead hot line and went through the tunnel. Caldwell was incredulous when told how the small car had towed the jeep several miles. "I'm not surprised," said Caldwell, "but let's see its pulling power demonstrated on that railway flat car loaded with heavy machinery." At that challenge, the 3,000 pound automobile squatted on the rails in front of themany tons of railway car and equipment. The little car moved ahead, the chain became taut. Had it been a tug of war, the railway flat car would have lost. The rail car simply took off and followed the auto as though it were a walking dog on a leash. Caldwell yelled, "That's enough! I'm a believer."

After many months of experimentation, Charles Wilkerson was convinced that the positions of the true north-south magnetic lines of force had never been plotted by modem man. That these force fields existed without particular resolution, all people were vaguely aware. Certainly Wilkerson knew that the longitudinal as well as the latitudinal lines drawn on maps were only to describe navigational positions and no more. He also felt that the Earth was not covered by a magnetic field like an invisible blanket, but rather that the magnetic force was built up from pole to pole along constant, defined parallel concentrations or perhaps interval bands. Col. Wilkerson reasoned that if that were the case, and he knew the distance between these lines of magnetic force, a much more powerful and responsive anti-magnetic motor could be built into the round wing planes making commonplace future travel in any direction without adjustment. He had recognized that Earth itself was a gigantic magnetic generator that could propel properly harnessed objects such as the round wing plane in any direction at phenomenal speeds, even 30,000 miles per hour. But the planes magnetic fluctuations mustfirst be tuned onto the Earth's generating bands.

At Cornell University he came upon an old manuscript showing drawings on the wall of a secret room in the Pyramid of Giza. Those drawings strongly suggested to Wilkerson that his "lines of force" theory was correct. Flying to Egypt, he went to the University of Cairo where he was shown further evidence that such a room existed in the great pyramid. A professor and photographer accompanied Wilkerson to the great pyramid. Through a secret passage near the top of the ancient wonder they came upon a door. On opening the door the group found themselves in a completely round room about seven feet high. It was a perfect reproduction of the globe, left by ancients to show succeeding generations. Charles B. Wilkerson had been the first contemporary man to be drawn to that hidden room and deduce its meaning. As he looked at the relief map of the Earth, he distinctly saw north- south lines shown at exact intervals between each other. The three stood in awe without speaking as they beheld the pictorial message handed down from several thousand years before. Wilkerson realized then that his was not the first advanced civilization. At least one other race of knowledgeable
people had existed long before. Someone or group recognizing that their ancient world was declining
had decided to leave a record of truth for men of the distant future who might rebuild the world from
records of the ancient past.

The surrounding walls of the room were photographed in detail. Wilkerson took home the photos. In the next months he had solved the most difficult enigma of his life. It was his greatest triumph. When finished he had plotted a new earth grid system of true longitudinal lines running exactly 32 miles apart at the equator and angling off into the throat of the earth at the 85 th parallel. Emerging inside the earth's mantle to the interior, each pair of magnetic longitudinal lines from the surface came together to form only one magnetic line running through the interior to the South Pole. Later on it was discovered that the directions of ocean currents were also affected by those same magnetic lines of force.

Defining the true magnetic lines answered a host of perplexing questions which had bothered round wing plane pilots for years. Wilkerson had identified earth's magnetically generated bands or highways where they were strongest, where they disappeared, where they reappeared again. The immensity of his precise discovery was self evident for a number of electro magnetic applications, but particularly as it applied to future round wing plane travel. When the subject tests were completed at the Los Alamos site, it was decided that replacement of the existing anti-magnetic motors was paramount in the Anglo American round wing fleet. When motor conversion was completed, the round wing plane fleet could fly in any direction either straight or obliquely, geared to a self correcting flight pattern. General William Donovan, OSS Chief, had been far sighted when in 1945 he recommended to the head of the U.S. Army Air Force, that "he was sending the greatest mathematical mind to help perfect the round wing plane for future use."

Mr. Plateu, the resident Venusian who had helped earthmen more than any other outer terrestrial, had said in the early 40's: "We must let you perfect the round wing plane yourself. We have guided you towards proper beginnings. Among you are intelligent minds who will appear from time to time to show you how to solve the problems of future travel in space." Col. Charles B. Wilkerson, later promoted to Lt. General in the US Army and also knighted was one of those earth people who came along at the right time.

In 1978, there were twelve centers in North America, two of which are in Canada, conducting research on the round wing plane and other facets of the anti-magnetic populsion system. The original efforts of the Project Milk Can researchers had added significantly to the operational improvement and guidance of the Caldwell round wing planes which swept the skies so majestically in the final days of World War E. The new fleet of Anglo-American round wing planes could hurl themselves faster than any other like or unlike conveyance on the face of the earth. But the earth scientists knew they were still not as sophisticated as the outer space craft from the sister planet Venus.

Sir Charles Wilkerson retired from the round wing plane research program in 1962. Some time in the
future biographers and historians will be allowed to evaluate the contributions which he and his Los
Alamos cohorts made.

Only one major problem now remained to be overcome. The round wing planes could fly faster and create more friction than their outer skins of stainless steel and duraluminum could safely withstand.
Furthermore, to encounter dust particles and pebblesized meteorites in space traveling at perhaps 200,000 miles per hour, would be disastrous as they bombarded the ship's outer skin. There were no existing materials developed on Earth impervious enough to withstand space particles. (During tornadoes it is on record that straws have been driven into telephone poles.) The stainless steel, duraluminum skins might get an Earth craft to another planet, but while on the journey it might become so pitted as to make impossible the return voyage home.

The outer space people had watched the Anglo-Americans for almost 30 years, and in 1975 apparently had decided that the formula for the last remaining technological improvement should be
given the U.S. and its English-speaking relatives.

Thus, late in the evening of February 18, 1975, an unidentified outer" terrestrial landed in Washington and shortly thereafter appeared before President Gerald Ford. After his salutation, his first words were, "We are of the opinion there should be no further delay in lending direct help to the United States of America to complete her outer space program." When the being dematerialized he left a disk on the President's desk. Nicknamed the talking book, the disk spelled out the formula for making the rare, light, unbreakable metal needed to cover the outside surface of the round wing plane.

Within 32 days after the disk was given, America had successfully turned out its first batch of the new
metal. Five top chemists and metalurgists worked on distilling and firing of the flux at Wright Patterson Field. After being certain of success, Stanley Tool and Die Works of New Britton, Connecticut, was called in to complete the development of the material into structural components. A steel company rolling mill rums out the sheets before they are sent to the fabricators. The new metal is electrically non conductive against lightning and lasers. It resists heat and cold and once formed cannot be filed, shaped or drilled after one year. The metal does not build up friction heat and protects from radiation.

Spacemen will now be able to journey far into space and back without cumbersome protection suits. The use of this metal has so modernized the American space industry that nearly all the components of space travel, from the ship's outer skin to astronaut's clothing, are now being refashioned.

On October 30, 1976, there appeared over Washington, and other North American cities, a hovering squadron of the latest model round wing planes, on the underside of which there was stenciled the insignia of the United States Air Force.

The appearance of these wondrous machines was a silent salute to thousands of North American workers, who, not knowing the faith placed in them by the leaders of their nations, and those of another celestial body (Venus), produced a spacecraft that henceforth would take its place amongst the ageless vehicles that already shuttle between the planets of the universe.

Somewhere on the west coast of North America a man named Jonathon E. Caldwell, alias Major Crawford, who developed America's round wing plane in 1936, was surely pleased, regardless of the fact that he must live and die incognito.

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