Indianapolis

Jerry G. Gallimore



from "The Manual of Free Energy Devices and Systems" by D.A. Kelly, with some additions by Esa Ruoho

Jerry Gallimore, Indianapolis, Indiana Active Researcher
Jerry Gallimore, like most of us in the free energy movement, believes that the known energy forms, including etheric energy are real and have been lost to society in our headlong rush to develop expedient, non-renewable energy forms.

He believes that present day science has discarded all of these unusual energy forms as being unworthy of investigation. In his various books J.G. has proven that this position is erronous and has demonstrated that the various unusual energy sources are both valid and promising for future application.

Jerry Gallimore has been active in the free energy, gravity and natural phenomena fields and has authored several extensive publications relevant to developments in these fields, which are:
a) Transverse Paraphysics
b) Unified Field Theory
c) Collected Properties and Writings of J.G. Gallimore
d) Handbook of Unusual Energies

These above books can be purchased from: CADAKE Industries, P.O. Box 1866, Clayton, Georgia, 30525
His books describe the pioneering energy work of Wilhelm Reich, Karl Von Reichenbach, J.W. Keely, and others in this field.
In the second volume of the Handbook of Unusual Energies J.G. says": "There is a definite connection between the four beat of Russell, the four beat of Reich (ER: Four-beat rhythm = Tension, Charge, Discharge and Relaxation - which Reich called "the orgasm formula" - (source)), and the four energies of alchemy and others. We can get free energy out of the atmosphere!" (Tesla's free energy, Reich's "orgone" energy, and Von Reichenbach's "odic" force are all related!).

J.G. is active in gravity and the gravity measurement area as shown by his "Field Measuring Device" patent, as follows:
Abstract of the Disclosure:
"A field measuring device including a stationary crystal of diaelectric material having a crystalline lattice structure, a source of D.C. voltage potential and an ohmmeter. The source of direct current is coupled across opposite ends of the stationary crystal and the ohmmeter detects stress changes in the crystal which are induced by the presence of a magnetic field. The stationary crystal of dielectric material may be a solid state electrical component such as a diode and a single meter, such as a multimeter may be used to provide both the source of direct current as well as the measurement means for detecting stress changes



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