One of the boldest and most exciting books on gravity control to be put forward in our times. A fantastic future awaits, just around the corner, those who succeed in controlling gravity. We need only take the first step. Learn how it can be done, and how it has been done, from outstanding scientist, Paul LaViolette, the first to reverse engineer the B-2's highly classified propulsion system.
Eugene Podkletnov, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry, Tampere, Finland
Paul LaViolette is one of the most interesting and innovative thinkers probing the limits and horizons of contemporary physics. In this book he takes up a challenge that many of us have thought about but could not document: the possibility of propulsion systems that practically defy gravity. His findings merit earnest consideration, debate and discussion.
Ervin Laszlo, Ph.D., founder of the Club of Budapest, author of Science and the Akashic Field
Kudos to Dr. Paul LaViolette for getting out to the public the important new science of electro-magneto-gravitic propulsion. For over 50 years, humanity has continued to use oil, gas, coal and other earth-destroying primitive fuels when an ocean of infinite energy teems all around us. It is time that the truth be known!
Steven M. Greer MD, Director TheOrionProject.org
Paul LaViolette's investigations into this most mysterious of subjects in all likelihood part of Man's scientific and engineering destiny are at once fascinating and prescient.
Nick Cook, author of The Hunt For Zero Point
Paul LaViolette has once again unearthed advanced knowledge that can change our lives. This is a landmark book to be read and discussed by anyone concerned about humanity's options for the near future.
Jeane Manning, author of The Coming Energy Revolution: The Search for Free Energy
Paul LaViolette is among the most advanced scientific minds of our time. His contributions in Decoding the Message of the Pulsars on our populated universe lay a foundation for our future society in space.
Alfred L. Webre, J.D., author of Exopolitics: Politics, Government, and Law in the Universe
In a remarkable open-minded exploration of cosmic proportions, Dr. LaViolette proposes that since 1967 radio astronomers have been receiving and cataloging signals of extraterrestrial intelligence (ETI). While his explanation is complex, it underscores the very reasons why they may indeed be messages of intelligent origin. A book well worth reading, it is both thought provoking as well as profound in its implications for what our future may bring.
Joseph McMoneagle, author of Mind Trek and The Ultimate Time Machine
Dr. Paul LaViolette is absolutely brilliant in his provocative book, -- fastidiously researched and well presented. You cannot read this book and not believe! A truly remarkable work from an equally remarkable man!
Sherry Hansen Steiger and Brad Steiger,
authors of The Rainbow Conspiracy and UFO Odyssey
Dr. Paul LaViolette systematically and eloquently presents an audacious hypothesis that the signals and locations of many pulsars provide evidence of extraterrestrial intelligence. Whatever the significance of his data and conclusions, this is a book well worth reading by those who ponder the great questions of life in the cosmos.
Dr. Eugene F. Mallove, Editor-in-Chief, Infinite Energy Magazine,
Director, New Energy Research Laboratory, Bow, New Hampshire
Acclaim for Genesis of the Cosmos
(formerly entitled Beyond the Big Bang)
One of the boldest and most exciting hypotheses of cosmology to be put forward in this century. Deserves to be read, reread, reviewed, and researched.
Ervin Laszlo, editor of World Futures, science advisor to UNESCO, former director of UNITAR, and author of The Creative Cosmos, and Introduction to Systems Philosophy
A remarkably innovative and creative work, from one of our most brilliant and original thinkers, Genesis of the Cosmos reads on many levels at once to both delight, inform, and surely challenge us. I read the manuscript twice, am richer for it, and shall surely read it again.
Joseph Chilton Pearce, author of The Crack in the Cosmic Egg, Evolution's End
News and Events from the Seattle Metaphysical Library
This work is scholarly and thought-provoking. A powerful challenge to the traditional twentieth century model. He is quite convincing in showing evidence for his interpretations. The author presents fascinating reading.
Armando Canales, The Critical Review
By examining closely the creation myths of the ancient East and Mediterranean, the author sees many remarkable parallels with new physics discoveries. In fact, the ancient stories seem to be an almost coded language of science, and that a theory of cosmology emerges from these stories of order out of chaos.
Marie Jones, Curled up with a Good Book
Read more of this review at: curledup.com
Acclaim for Subquantum Kinetics
"The book on subquantum kinetics by Paul LaViolette is one of the first profound works in the investigation of the physical vacuum. There are grounds to recommend this monograph as a compulsory textbook for students of the physical sciences. There is no doubt that this book is an outstanding contribution to modern physics and that it will receive the attention and appreciation of many thankful readers."
Evgeny Podkletnov, Ph.D.
Professor of chemistry, Tech. D., Tampere, Finland
"Paul LaViolette's book is an admirable and lucid account that open-minded scientists would do well to examine carefully for its creative insights."
Dr. Eugene F. Mallove
Editor-in-Chief, Infinite Energy magazine
"This book has a great amount of references,... clear and convincing criticisms of the big bang and contains an open discussion of relevant modern physics topics. I recommend it to all people interested in the foundations of science and in the deeper questions of nature."
Andre Koch Torres Assis, Ph.D.
Institute of Physics, State University of Campinas
"Entropy perpetually increases in a closed system but the system that we take as our physical world is not closed. This is a very important part of the world view of Paul LaViolette, whose work is highlighted and reviewed on several Open SETI pages. Readers can use the website's search facility to locate the key passages.
Briefly, LaViolette is an "astrophysicist" whose work is not in the mainstream but has turned some very important heads. I used the quotes because he earned his Ph.D. in systems theory, although he has published in the field of astrophysics, and has had access to the Very Large Array, etc.
His several books comprise an elegant "theory of everything", beginning with the dynamics of the subquantum domain, showing how this generates subatomic particles and physical fields, including gravitational fields, and their observed characteristics and behaviors, building all the way to vast cosmological systems, not failing to bring in human mythological systems along the way. LaViolette accomplishes all this with just a very few equations describing subquantum dynamics. That's it! the result is breathtaking.
Now, for the purposes of answering your question, I'll just say that for LaViolette, energy isn't just "there", arising out of the mythical big bang and running down ever since. Rather, it comes out of the subquantum domain constantly and in accordance with specific principles and conditions. The most important condition is the local gravitational density. The greater it is, the more energy "comes out". This "genic energy" is incredibly important for understanding how astronomical objects work.
Important for us, here and now, because, living in a galaxy as we do, we are subject to what LaViolette describes as "Galactic Superwaves" - periodic galactic core explosions whose shock waves have in the past and will continue to rampage through this galaxy and all others.
Out of his theory, LaViolette lists numerous predictions, which have been being fulfilled one by one ever since he originally published. Many more have yet to be tested!"
March 16, 2005
Interview with Karmapolis.
"LaViolette's book [Subquantum Kinetics] in which he discusses his Model G is a masterpiece.
Jérôme Huck, Electric SpaceCraft Journal,
June 27, 2001.
Acclaim for Earth Under Fire
Laura Lee, The Laura Lee Show
In his latest book, Paul LaViolette unearths fascinating evidence of the scientific advancement of an antediluvian culture that met with an untimely demise. Page by page and chapter by chapter, he takes us through a keen analysis of ancient myth, legend, and lore to discover the amazing lost history of our race. We are led to understand the intelligence and ingenuity of a people who, while faced with extinction, found the means to communicate over the millennia to warn us that the apocalypse that destroyed their race could occur again.
Andrew Rothovius, Fate magazine
This book is a well-reasoned and persuasive variation on the currently popular theme of Earth catastrophes caused by comet and meteorite impacts. LaViolette proposes that the Earth is also subjected, at intervals of thousands of years, to the effects of chilling clouds of cosmic dust and sudden surges of devastating heat from the Sun, caused by recurring tremendous explosions in the center of our galaxy. . . This is a book that both fascinates and frightens. -- [Review continues on next page]
Armando Canales, The Critical Review
As our world draws near to the year 2000, there is an increased interest in catastrophes, prophecies, and past civilizations as well as earth changes.
In this fascinating work, Paul LaViolette brings together past legends, myths, and prophecies and blends them together with new physics, and with his unique interpretation of astronomical bodies and astrological symbols. He also explores ancient documents and structures as well as past catastrophes to get a grasp of cosmic cycles.
He builds a convincing case for his complex theory. By interpreting constellations and astrological symbols in light of his new physics [as well as past esoterica] he describes an "ether" physics. His thinking is complex and I cannot state whether he is right or not in his interpretation.
This work may make LaViolette the new Velikovsky. The author presents one of the most amazing studies of cosmic cataclysmic cycles ever put into print. His theory explains and integrates various types of disasters such as floods and/or great temperature variations. Using ancient legends and observations he strengthens his case for a cyclic cosmos. In past ages men began to understand the behavior of the galactic center as well as other influences. The past records document a phase of activity that will come around again as everything attempts to balance out. He thus explains the thermal extremes found in nature. These always seem to strive for balance. Modern science has missed this obvious fact and instead swims blindly in its uniformitarianism, not seeing the coming tidal waves of change.
LaViolette's study is brilliant and is steeped in research and interdisciplinary study. His theories deserve serious analysis from the scientific community. The author provides a large amount of material for further study. The amateur [non-scientist] will want to follow up and read the sources referenced in his notes.
This work is timely as well as important. Why, humanity's well being is at stake! EARTH UNDER FIRE is a valuable addition to the literature on cosmology and earth changes. Fantastic reading!
|One of the most amazing studies of cosmic cataclysmic cycles ever put into print.|
|Armando Canales, The Critical Review|
I have collected 30,000 books and 20,000 videos over 40 years - now in a library - and this is the most important book I have found.
UK bookseller telling friend, Glastonbury, UK