We have been told over and over – there’s nothing like this on the internet! So we hope you will join us for our next live call Sunday, December 3rd at 6 PM EST (UTC-5). Aaron Murakami will be our special speaker on the call to present his 2017 ESTC subject titled ‘Hacking The Aether.’
Because there is limited seating available and we anticipate this event to fill up fast, if you are interested in being on the live call please submit your email HERE as your registration. If you are not an Academy Member you can contribute HERE ($5) and you’ll receive an invitation and instructions to join the call. NOTE for non-members of the QEG/Free Energy Academy: This is a 2-step process; registration and contribution.
Aaron is committed to the development and distribution of highly disruptive information. His website is astonishing; rife with free energy publications from prominent free energy inventors and writers (Bedini, Lindemann, Babcock, etc.) and other select accessories for the DIY engineer. (You can begin your journey into Aaron’s collection HERE)
“At the 2017 Energy Science & Technology Conference, many people commented over the weekend that Hacking the Aether should be the presentation that starts the conference every year because it sets such a foundation, and in fact should be the presentation that everyone watches if they’re interested in free energy or related technologies.”
Essentially, this is a simple Unified Field Model that ties together the Aether, Gravity, Inertia, Time, Electricity, Open Systems, and many other natural concepts in a way that they all fit together like a seamless picture. And, this is all done with very simple analogies, common sense and elementary school math with junior high school equations. Just about anyone can understand and appreciate what is being shared in Hacking the Aether even if they do not have technical background.
Aaron is a consultant to several technology groups. His books include The Quantum Key and A Course in Mind Power. His invention of the world’s most efficient plasma ignition system that actually burns water in an engine has been awarded a U.S. Patent.