by Kiara Windrider July 2003
There is a direct relationship between what fuels us on the inside and what fuels us on the outside. The petroleum industry provides for most of our energy needs today. It is non-renewable, polluting, and expensive. It concentrates power in the hands of the few, leading to competition, corruption, and global strife. As a source of energy, it is entropic, meaning that it creates increasing chaos as it breaks down.
There are other forms of energy that are clean, renewable, and inexpensive. What is more, they are syntropic, meaning that they work in harmony with universal principles, and therefore keep the cycle of creation balanced. There are various forms of alternative power sources that are becoming popular, especially solar and wind powered generation of electricity. I am not speaking of that right now. Automobiles are being increasingly powered by clean fuels such as CNG. There are electric cars and even water powered hydrogen burning cars. I am not speaking of these either. I am speaking of a new category known as “free energy” technologies.
There was a time, barely a few decades ago, when the brilliant Yugoslavian-born scientist Nicola Tesla had offered the world a technology based on tapping the energies of the ionosphere. It meant that each person could, with the one time purchase of a conversion unit, tap into this energy to power all their energy needs, at least as far as stationary power went. No cables, no poles, no monthly bills. Thomas Edison, meanwhile, offered the world a different technology based on alternating current. It was unwieldy, expensive, and needed an entire industry to manufacture and disseminate. But to the wealthy industrialists who controlled the system, this was the technology that made them money and assured a constant supply from a world increasingly dependent on such energy. Guess which system we chose!
The same went for the internal combustion engine. Even after cleaner, cheaper and more efficient energy systems were invented, the automobile companies, allied with the petroleum companies, continued to manufacture obsolete engines dependent on petroleum. Why? Because oil meant control and they were not ready to give up control just so people could use cheaper, sustainable, environmentally friendly vehicles, no matter what the human or environmental cost.
As we know, especially in recent years, this control has become tied to national policy. Wars have been fought in the name of oil, whether acknowledged or not, especially as the world’s reserves dwindle. Likewise, the world’s last preserves of wilderness are becoming inundated and millions of people relocated to create hydro-electric projects to supply our stationary power needs. Is all of this necessary?
What if there were energy technologies, both stationary and mobile, that could obliterate the need for petroleum, obliterate the need for powerlines? Who would benefit from these? Who would be the losers?
Unfortunately, although it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see how the world would benefit enormously from such innovative technologies, the global power elite is not about to allow this without a fight. There have been many innumerable inventors over recent decades whose discoveries have been systematically suppressed, whose laboratories have been destroyed, and sometimes, whose lives have been terminated, in order that such technologies not compete with the power and oil monopolies. By the way, this kind of suppression is not limited to petroleum and power companies. Medical breakthroughs that could save millions of lives are being equally suppressed by the medical establishment, insurance, and drug companies, but that is another story.
There are inventors who have developed working prototypes of various forms of “free energy technologies” who feel reluctant to put them on the market because of their fear of the consequences to themselves or to their families. I know some of them personally, and I have glimpsed how their discoveries could change the world. If Earth is to survive, and if our civilization is to rise above such Neanderthal politicking, we must make room for these technologies.
Actual examples of this are plentiful, and for anyone interested, the Internet is a good place to begin. Gravitation based technologies, certain Tesla technologies, zero point technologies, global scaling – these are but a few examples of the possibilities of free-energy devices that will pave the way in the creation of energy sources where we are no longer outside the web of all life. These will play a major part in our transition into a new Earth-friendly, spiritually-attuned society.