Alien Technology Given to Former Aviation Engineer in 1950s; Welcome to the IntegratronPosted on May 26, 2015 by David Robinson
from Peers/Want to Know…
Truth really is stranger than fiction. I’d love to investigate this in person. We’ve driven by Joshua Tree National Monument many times but I didn’t know about this attraction.
I think we will be blown away by the diversity and power of the technologies soon to be released to us, little by little. It’s all about vibration.
Many extraterrestrials have visited specific contactees on Earth to share their wisdom and technologies, but unfortunately, for the most part the contactees were ridiculed and isolated and the technologies stolen and kept for the use of the controllers themselves to maintain their authoritarian positions above Humanity. But that’s all about to change. ~ BP
To visit the Integratron and have a psychedelic sound bath, call 760-364-3126 or email email@example.com. Appointments are available from Tuesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. The cost for one person starts at $55.
Welcome to the Integratron
August 20, 2014, New York Times
In the wee hours of Aug. 24, 1953, George Van Tassel, a 43-year-old former aviation engineer, was awakened by a man from outer space. The spaceman looked like a human. He informed Van Tassel that his name was Solganda and that he was 700 years old. (He looked no older than 28, Van Tassel said.)
Van Tassel was ushered onto the spacecraft where he was told that Earthlings’ reliance on metal building materials was interfering with radio frequencies and disrupting interplanetary “thought transfers.” Solganda also divulged a secret: a formula that Van Tassel could use to build a remarkable machine, a device that would generate electrostatic energy to suspend the laws of gravity, extend human life and facilitate high-speed time travel.
A circular, dome-topped building, 38 feet tall and 55 feet in diameter, [was] constructed by Van Tassel over the course of nearly two decades in accordance with the instructions of his extraterrestrial architectural patron. The name that Van Tassel gave to his time machine: the Integratron.
It … was constructed without nails, screws, flashing or weather stripping. But it’s not the way the Integratron looks that draws thousands to Landers each year. It’s how the place sounds. You may not subscribe to Van Tassel’s [beliefs], but an Integratron sound bath will startle your ears, and, perhaps, awaken your imagination.
Beneath the wooden dome, it seems at moments that you’re not listening to sound so much as inhabiting it. It is, aesthetically speaking, extraterrestrial: a transportative encounter with music, an experience of pure sound not quite of this earth.
Note: Watch an incredible video interview from 1964 of George Van Tassel. In this interview, Van Tassel shares the equation he claims given to him by an ET: F=1/T, Frequency = 1/Time. For more fascinating equations received in a similar method, explore Wilbur Smith’s essay “The New Science.” Read more on the Integraton in this 2015 article in “The Atlantic”. And if you are eager for more, listen to a very informative and revealing 50-minute interview with Van Tassel. Fascinating stuff!!!
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