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"The most important scientific revolutions all include, as their only common feature, the dethronement of human arrogance from one pedestal after another of previous convictions about our centrality in the cosmos."

                                                                       Stephen Jay Gould (1941 - 2002)

Inverse Gravity Vehicle (IGV)

An audio visional pictorial video illustrating the structure of the IGV.(Courtesy of Sa1Productions).

The Inverse Gravity Vehicle is a craft designed to take full advantage of the SEG's unexpected propensity to lift and defy the force of gravity.

The IGV is structurally designed to support and integrate a very large

and powerful scaled up version of the SEG within a suitable flight controlled frame in the form of a slender disc. This is a shape ideally suited for the emissions of the high-speed electrical charges from the rim’s edge to the atmosphere and back to the relatively positively charged central dome.

High levels electron charge accumulations envelops it in a cold vacuum and surrounds it with a hazy colored glow of charged plasma.

These charged gases emit photon light due to the high-speed electron emissions that interacts and releases a great many more free electrons out of the atmosphere due to the the air's cascading effects.

In this manner, electrons in great abundance are recycled through the IGV which effectively provides the means to absorb external energy from the surrounding environment as an open system of energy conversion.  External charges are attracted and collected by surfaces of the center section of the craft that conducts them to the input of a large diameter SEG located inside and near the rim of the craft. Therein, electrons are compressed or condensed into tunneling pairs that increasingly accelerate through the three stages of the six layered high performance SEG. Then finally, the boson type charges are emitted at near light speeds out of the frame's peripheral edges or points.

Past a certain point, the apparatus achieves material superconductivity at temperatures near absolute zero. This incidentally creates a powerful gravitomagnetic or inverse gravitational force and concurrently an inversion of inertia; it appears these two forces are interrelated like two sides of a coin, thus overturning one force effects the other.

These profound effects manifest when the SEG is electrically overloaded to the atmosphere, driving it into a superconductive state that enables an immense increase in its capacity to convert external sources of ambient energy into coherent forces of extremely high levels of electrical power.

The IGV technology shatters the common presumption that gravity and inertia are immutable forces; instead, it tends to confirm super symmetric theories of nature's forces. This is the basis of the levity discs that John Searl built and demonstrated so successfully during the 1960s and 1970s.

After about 20 years developing it in secret, John Searl's levity discs (IGV) finally managed to take controlled flights with an innovative 64 cell switching relay system that made it agile and maneuverable.

They were typically radio remote controlled by a small network of ham radio operators using signals bounced off the moon (EME). These test flights typically took place during the early morning nights at altitudes of about 2000ft emerging out of isolated fields.

However, these flights did not go unnoticed, thousands of witnesses reported hearing or seeing what they called the "Warminster Thing".  Residential homes within the IGV's routes were incidentally effected by droning sounds, roof tiles rattled and waved, pigeons that got in the way dropped to the ground, unsuspecting witnesses panicked in fear and sometimes it even gave chase to passing cars; particularly targeting british police cars.

These so called “sighting” infact prompted many town hall meetings within the small British town of Warminster and these gatherings were filled to over capacity with frightened and alarmed town citizens,

who unbeknownst to them, actually witnessed test flights of the IGV.

This was the actual cause of the biggest and most enduring flap of sightings in UK history; undoubtedly placed this small town on the map.

One of many town hall meetings of concerned citizens in fear of the "Warminster Thing"; to correct this video clip the year was 1965 not 1945.

(courtesy of BlackCloud)

Among the many creditable witnesses sighting the IGV were this two british policeman in this video clip interviewed Oct, 1967.

The policemen sketches the IGV's outline accurately along with the vertical columns of light above and below the axis of the disc of trapped and compressed air due to the double toroidal field; photon emitting gas made it appear as a bright cross in the night's sky.

(courtesy of BlackCloud)

Prof. John Searl Inverse Gravity Vehicle called Demo1 of the 1970s.

A pictorial video of the IGV Development during the 1960s and 1970s.

These images was recorded by the BBC News and by the Newspapers. The BBC ran a weekly piece on John Searl's work and progress for almost a year. These Television broadcasts showed the IGV in flight and gave updates on the work being done to build a large craft. There were articles and pictures in the Sunday Mirror on November 28'th 1971, Derby shire District and The Hants and Berks Gazette in 1969. There were pictures taken by John Hocknell Press Photographer which accompanied press write up by Phil Sanders on July 4'th 1969. There were many pictures and write-ups done on John Searl during these times.

View the video: The Sounds of the Revolutions (Courtesy of Deborah Knights)

This video link shows some actual video footage of one IGV named "Demo1" under construction by team members of the early 1970s.


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