Addendum to 31Mar2015 Press Release re:
2015 Rainbow Uprising of Consciousness for an American Scientific Spiritual Revolution
Hopi interpreter Thomas Banyacya mentioned many times in Santa Barbara since 1976 the Hopi Prophecy predicting “the coming of many new inventions.”
In the 1980's information about the free energy generator made in 1979 in Santa Barbara by Bruce DePalma was repeatedly brought to the UCSB physics people who rejected it.
Yet Bruce heard that UCSB secretly developed it to power the rail gun in satellite orbit photographed by the space shuttle in a 1992 live video feed firing on UFO’s in the atmosphere, now on YouTube.
His original test device, proving this "over-unity homopolar generator" does in fact work, which DePalma called the n-Machine, is still with the Sunburst Community now in Buellton and may be available for retesting currently under auspices of the proposed Santa Barbara Science Center.
http://BruceDePalma.com ---- http://Santa-Barbara-Science-Center.info
David Crockett Williams’ Tetron Natural Unified Field Theory equations purport to describe the inviolably sovereign cosmic natural law which he believes is depicted by the Dharma of Buddhism, the Torah of Judaism, and The Will of God by Islam, thus fulfilling Einstein's vision which was defused by acceptance of Nazi scientist Heisenberg's “uncertainty principle” by the scientific establishment.
This new Rainbow Uprising Peace March project enables a reopening of this science overture to UCSB.
Will the news media look into this for an historic breakthrough science article that can feature mention of the hundreds of suppressed technologies to replace nuclear and fossil fuel power, to neutralize radioactive wastes and even to produce water to resolve the drought locally and statewide? (See:)
http://padrak.com/vesperman -- http://primarywaterinstitute.org
An overview of Williams’ background is in a Santa Barbara newspaper article from 1979, posted at
How does this relate to the theme of mutual prophecy fulfillment?
The scriptures of all three Abrahamic faiths are full of killing and slavery and terrible history justified by past interpretations of what "God" said some time ago to their founders. Now we have a wider perspective and these things need to be rethought for the benefit of humanity, upgraded to recognize the family of humankind as what we stand for and believe in, previously just "us" and "them". That's why the emphasis on looking into the teachings and prophecies of the indigenous spiritual traditions to get the broader perspective. What it amounts to is whether one believes the truth is a relative thing and can be made up and is true if people believe it, or if one believes in the absolute nature of truth, that there is one truth behind all religious and spiritual beliefs and also science. That was where science went wrong, not believing Einstein's take on the absolute nature of truth and an inviolably sovereign natural cosmic law that works 100% of the time in all ways and in all things, that he felt could be described in a simple set of equations he called "unified field theory" equations. But instead science accepted Heisenberg's "Uncertainty Principle" extrapolated to mean that we can never know the truth with 100% certainty about anything, only higher and higher probabilities that any given thing is true. This is what Williams’ work in science has been addressing since 1977 but virtually unknown and unaccepted by the mainstream, it has direct application for correcting the mind of science into harmony with nature and unifying seemingly conflicting religious beliefs in the certainty of the one truth, and how that relates to the human mind's consciousness orientation function of light, Tetron.