The Story of Mehran Keshe: A Modern Day Nikola Tesla
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Josh – Director, The New Energy Industry
In short – A Nuclear Engineer named of Mehran T. Keshe has discovered the basic fundamental principles behind the creation of Gravity Fields.
This discovery has caused an avalanche of new scientific knowledge, new technologies, and new solutions to major global issues – such as energy, health, environment, the economy, etc.
MehranKeshe, via the Keshe Foundation and the Spaceship Institute, is now in the process of giving this new knowledge – Magrav Technology – to the world for free, in the effort to clean up our planet and to realize world peace.
As Keshe says, “It is your knowledge, no one can own it.”
1. A New Beginning
It is no secret that the world is going through some difficult times right now. We face an energy crisis, economic crisis, environmental crisis, issues with food and water quality, education, health, politics, human rights issues, and the list goes on – there is no shortage of daunting issues facing us today.
When looking at the state of the world, it is easy to feel overwhelmed and to lose hope. However, it does not have to be that way. Despite all of the difficulties and turmoil unfolding around the world, there is, at the same time, something absolutely amazing happening. Something that is going to change the entire world – forever.
2. We’ve Discovered Something New
Gravity has often been referred to as the holy grail of science. The reason for this is simple. No one in the history of the world has ever been able to explain what Gravity is, where it comes from, or how it is created. Until now.
Science now understands the basic principles behind the creation of Gravity – one of the fundamental building blocks within the creation of the Universe.
This article is intended to tell the story of what will prove to be the greatest scientific discovery the world has ever seen, and how it is going to impact your life in super epic ways.
3. A Paradigm Shift
Also known as a shift in consciousness, a paradigm shift is simply a worldview change. For example, before the Wright Brothers uncovered the secrets of manned flight in 1903, most everyone believed it was impossible for humans to fly effortlessly through the sky like the birds. However, after Wilbur and Orville Wright, manned flight became not only possible, it became common knowledge.
What was once impossible for humans to believe, is now perfectly rational. This, my friends, is a paradigm shift. Many people think of scientific discovery as a process of gradual accumulation of new information, which is added to a pile of existing knowledge.
This is referred to as the sand castle view of science, where individual scientists are seen as children digging on a beach, adding their contribution to the pile of sand that has already been gathered. This sand castle view of science describes 99 percent of what we consider scientific advancement, but it does not account for the remaining 1 percent.
This other kind of scientific advancement comes from those discoveries, those revolutionary new understandings of the world that end up causing a paradigm shift. These discoveries forever shift our collective conscious from one understanding of how reality works, to another more developed understanding.
4. Our Collective Consciousness is Expanding
Can you believe there was once a time when most people on this planet believed the Earth was the center of the Universe? Or better yet, that the earth was flat?
It is hard to believe, but back then it was nearly impossible to believe anything else. The Earth was the center of Universe and everything revolved around us – this was the paradigm of the people at that time, and you would have been crazy to believe otherwise.
However, when we realized that the Earth was not the center of the Universe, or flat for that matter, it caused a shift in consciousness, expanding our collective consciousness, and expanding our understanding of the world.
A similar shift in consciousness took place in the 17th century when Isaac Newton discovered and explained the laws of motion, which are fundamental principles that provide us with clear and accurate insight into how the universe works.These basic scientific principles developed by one man (Newton), proceeded to birth the industrial revolution, changing all of society, and shifting our collective conscious into an expanded awareness with a new understanding of how the world works.
Fast forward one hundred years to Benjamin Franklin and watch as he flies his kite in the middle of the night, during a lightning storm. His kite has a key tied to its end because Franklin is experimenting with lightning – with electricity.
Move forward in time fifty years and watch Michael Faraday as he presents to a crowd of enthusiastic onlookers his “Faraday Motor”, an electric motor never before seen. Also, watch Faraday on stage as he enters into his electrically charged Faraday Cage. Electricity flows violently though the entire cage and yet Michael Faraday remains unharmed. The entire audience is mesmerized by what Faraday is doing and many onlookers fear he is a magical sorcerer because they simply cannot believe what they are seeing. However, regardless of what the onlookers thought or believed, it was during this time science began to understand the secrets of electromagnetism.
It was the work of James Clerk Maxwell who explained the mathematics of electromagnetism and ushered in a new era of scientific discovery and advancement. This discovery of new knowledge once again expanded our collective consciousness, expanding our understanding of how the world works.
The Maxwell Equations are just one example of how one set of realizations, explained by one person, can lead to a worldview change for all of humanity. These fundamental equations, developed by Maxwell, ushered in the electrical and technical revolution, giving birth to what we consider the modern world.
All of the big paradigm shifts that happened in human history were brought forth by, and can be traced back to, a specific scientific advancement that turned the impossible into possible, wizardry into common knowledge, and science-fiction into science-fact, each changing the world forever.