Excerpts from an article written by Brian Desborough entitled "Why I Wrote "They Cast No Shadows""

"Authors of non-fiction books often experience difficulty in acquiring sufficient data to fill a book of normal length. In contrast, the research material acquired by myself over the past three decades has resulted in an overabundance of riches. Consequently, I’ve had to omit much important research material in my book and also shorten some passages."
"Had space permitted, the second chapter, which deals with the creation of life (biogenesis) would have delved deeper into what I perceive to be the fundamental hierarchical structure of the universe. My research into the nature of free energy systems suggests that an interrelationship exists between everything in the universe, harmony being maintained by what we perceive as a cosmic canon of mathematical correspondences, originated by a concious creative intelligence which trancends the universe and is complete unto itself."

As the chapter states: “It is quite probable that this creative intelligence, ... administrates by means of a hierarchy of creative agencies imminent within nature, which assist at various transcendental levels in maintaining harmony throughout the cosmos.”
If this postulate is correct, one would expect plantlife to be receiving intelligent signals from somewhere in the cosmos, and this is indeed the case. Despite the claim of the late Dr. Carl Sagan and scientists in his SETI organization that we have not detected intelligent communication from any extraterrestrial source, this is a blatant falsehood. As the chapter relates, George Lawrence developed equipment which has been receiving intelligent signals from the cosmos since 1974. Interestingly, the component in Lawrence’s electronic equipment which receives the signals from somewhere in the universe (or multiverse) is a transducer which is coated with living plant cells. Lawrence’s equipment has been adopted by NASA.

"Sadly, I was only able to give passing recognition on page 72 to a great scientist whose name and scientific work should be as well known to every high school student as that of Einstein, yet has been totally 5 ignored by the scientific community. He is the late Lloyd Zirbes, who was never able to have his twenty five years of research published; his harassment included the destruction of his laboratory by arson. Contemporary physics theories, including the work of Albert Einstein, have been built upon the laws of Newton, who in turn based his work on the writings of Galileo. According to academia, Galileo demonstrated that objects of equal mass but of different physical materials e.g. lead and feathers, fall at the same rate of acceleration in a vacuum. Lloyd Zirbes was astounded to discover that Galileo never made any tests on falling bodies, his claims were pure supposition. Zirbes accordingly conducted an experiment in which a sphere of iron and a sphere of graphite of equal weight were simultaneously dropped down a two thousand feet mineshaft. At the bottom of the shaft, the final few feet of the fall was recorded by means of a high speed camera.

"Amazingly, the graphite sphere, although considerably larger than the iron sphere because of its lower density, and therefore prone to more wind resistance, impacted when the iron sphere was still six feet from impact. A similar experiment using spheres of other metals revealed that the iron sphere still impacted later than all the other spheres. Moreover, the spheres diverged considerably from each other prior to impact and also developed a specific rotation when falling.

"So what? Only that the work of Galileo, Newton and later scientists was very badly flawed; Zirbes research suggested that the sun is not a gigantic fusion reactor as claimed by academia, but rather consists of thousands of individual bodies which release energy by means of the interaction between their respective gravity fields. In other words, the sun’s energy production is by mechanical not nuclear means, something also claimed by that brilliant scientist and Sumerian scholar, Dr. George Merkl.


After twenty five years of research, Zirbes invented a device which created gravity. So successful was the first test that everything in the lab that was not bolted down, degravitated and flew around, severely injuring the hapless Zirbes in the process. While he was hospitalized, his laboratory, van and some of his research notes were destroyed in an arson fire.

Zirbes stated that there are only two fundamental forces in the universe: motion and gravity. I feel this statement should be modified to read that gravity is compressed, or folded magnetism. Magnetism appears 6 to be the glue that holds the univese together, something which can be illustrated by studying the 525 HP Rory Johnson free energy motor, which now has been classified by the US government, in order to prevent its incorporation into the Greyhound Bus Company coaches.

Among the many things that could be achieved by the application of the Zirbes physics is the injection of contained gravity into any physical matter in order to rearrange the atomic structure, thus producing any desired element.Intelligence (audio and video) could be modulated onto a pulsed Zirbes gravity generator, thus broadcasting gravity.

Since the Zirbes research material has never been officially published, the reader may be wondering why I am familiar with it. One balmy night several years ago, I attended a garden party in Santa Barbara, California. Suddenly a stranger approached me from out of the gloom and said that he felt that he had to gatecrash the party to deliver a package to someone that he didnt know, and intuitively felt that the person was myself. When I looked at the thick file of papers later, I discovered that it was a copy of Lloyd Zirbes’ research data.

Access the whole article from: http://www.briansbetterworld.com/articles/whyiwroteshadows.pdf - this is mirrored on MERLib for librarial archive reasons, not ripped off. Go buy Brian Desborough's books, he is a good researcher!
Also, do remember to get "A Blueprint For A Better Planet", by Brian Desborough for it is a great, great book!