nterview with Mehran Tavakoli Keshe of the Keshe Foundation following a medical lecture he gave on Nov. 7, 2012 in Belgium.
"The Keshe Foundation is an independent non-profit and non-religious organization founded by nuclear engineer M.T. Keshe that aims to develop new scientific knowledge, new technologies and new solutions to major global problems like famine, water shortage, lack of electrical power supply, climate change, and disease, through the use of specially developed plasma reactors which will also give Mankind the real freedom to travel in deep Space."
Although Mr Kesch does not want to associate himself with Star Trek, the technologies he has patented and currently releasing to the world's governments certainly sounds like something out of Star Trek: Force fields, artificial gravity, electronic healing, faster than light travel, plasma energy sources, etc. It is not surprising that many people refer to this technology as "Keshe Trek".
This interview discussed his health and space applications and how it is currently being transferred to the world's governments including Italy, Iran, Japan, Thailand, Africa, Latin America, Russia, China, Bangladesh and many more countries.
You can see their video introduction here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrN99RELqwo
To see a much more detailed explanation of this technology, please watch this video where Keshe explains his technology in an understandable way. The 2 hour video has subtitles in many languages and can be found here:
Is this for real or not? Watch this videos and decide for yourself!
We are releasing this video here due to its obvious similarities to Star Trek technology remembering how Gene Roddenberry had a clause in his contract that specified that if any company could find a way to make one of the fictional technologies actually work, then they should be supported.
Time will tell how these technologies will be used in the real world, but with many countries like Italy, Japan, China and Russia now officially acknowledging this technology, this is certainly something worth watching. Mr. Keshe says we should start seeing this technology in use by 2014 including trips to the Moon and Mars.
Note: Due to technical problems with one of the two cameras used, only the video showing the interviewer could be used. Mr. Keshe can be heard, just not seen.