I managed to obtain two bigass boxes of files all relating to /x/, the person who gave them to me said they got them from two homeless(?) guys who were giving them away for free along with a few more boxes of books on psychic powers and conspiracy theories. I figured that you of all places might appreciate some of the content within.
I would love to, but there are countless documents and some of these file folders have entire spiral bound notebooks inside of them. I lack the time and resources to sort out all of it, at the moment at least.
I'm digging through to find some particularly eye-catching ones right now.
The most common topics seem to have something to do with ionization, the various powers of quartz crystals, UFOs, and a whole bunch of pseudoscientific research. There's a few inquiries into various cults, as well.
I'm uploading pictures at the moment of some various documents, it might be a couple minutes.
Here's some of the cult inquiries.
I'll take a look at that one next.
This one has something to do with something called the ether-vortex concept.
Looks like it has something to do with this:
What a fucking terrible website, but there you have it.
I'm sure a lot of the organizations listed in these files where phonies capitalizing on the new age wave, but we'll see.
There's a couple things that might be related, let me take a look into it.
A research booklet on psychedelic drugs, schematics for a "psionic transmitter unit", and information on the Morley-Martin experiment (which now that I think about it probably has nothing to do with that.)
looks exactly like what you said, lol.
pseudo-science books are always neat. I find it interesting to read about new ideas/theories even if they aren't very believable. Whoever wrote that was educated but seems to have neglected many significant scientific discoveries that have happened recently, or that book might have been written a while ago. It looks like it was written up on a typewriter instead of a computer, so that may mean its a couple decades old, or that whoever wrote it did not own a computer and printer or did not want to get it printed at a Staples of something.
All the books and files are from the 70's-80's, there might be some early 90's in here somehwere but that's pushing it. This stuff is old.
Coming right up, let me flip through them really quick.
Unfortunately, the files in the unseen kingdoms section seem to be missing.
Pic related talks about hyperspace and fourth dimensional objects (hyperobjects). The math in it goes over my head a bit, but maybe one of my mathier friends can sort some of it out.
The glimpses of the unseen world book talks mainly about the structure of atoms and how things like magnetic, electrostatic, and gravitational forces relate to the ether-vortex concept.
A huge amount of these files are from the Borderland Sciences Research Foundation, might want to take a look into that.
Another thing I neglected to mention is that a lot of the ether-vortex stuff seems to talk about antigravity propulsion, it might be connected to some of the flying saucer files somehow.
Otherwise, why even bother posting? What other possible suggestions would be worth a damn?
Send the boxes to me. I have the time and resources, you can even COD the boxes so if I gather it isn't bullshit I pay FedEx and if it is, hobo nonsense gets put back on your doorstep.
Just thought I'd share my findings with /x/. I do plan on creating a master release of it all, it just may not be in the immediate future.
I was given them by a friend who passed by two sketchy/possibly homeless people sitting near a few boxes of new age books and these files. They said they were giving it all away for free, so my friend grabbed it all and alerted it to my attention.
How to fly a saucer mainly discusses the creation of an engine fueled by implosion rather than explosion, using a spiral/vortex of some sort to gain propulsion through centripetence
I'll make a list of all of the file folder titles in a bit.
Most of the text is from Victor Schauberger, I'll get elaboration up in not too long.
Sorry, it takes a bit of time to sift through all of these files and take adequate pictures of the materials inside, especially since all the good ones are several dozen pages and are hard to summarize.
Unseen kingdoms has no contents, Center of the Vortex is written by William F. Hamilton and contains theorization on vortices and their possible utilization in UFO propulsion.
And I do apologize for being so brief on a lot of these. It's mostly just proofing what I have to see what has the most interest and so I can prioritize later efforts for when I do end up uploading them all.
It looks like a large majority of the information in How to fly a saucer is contained within this .pdf
The only section that isn't included is "Electro-Dynamic UFU Propulsion" by Stan Deyo
Well that's cool, I hope/don't think anyone expected you to lay everything out tonight or even the next few days.
Keep this thread going and make new ones and we'll all be around.
If you see anything related to lasers or experimental tech schematics post them
If these are from the 80s 70s then there could potentially be something good.
CIA was up to all kinds of tricks back then and
they were attempting to make all kinds of mind control guns etc
you get the gist, if anything like that is there.
I'll try making it and I'll post results.
But I won't build a full spaceship, so you can keep those ones.
Rather than scanning everything, you could start by listing its contents. If it's all "existing", printed stuff, we might just be able to assemble its contents from various sources pretty fast and pinpoint precisely what would be interesting to scan.
I guess listing all printed works could be done quite fast, though considering the size of those boxes, it might just take you 2 hours. Time really flies when you're sorting through papers, believe me, I've worked in libraries before.
>You could even call them... x-files!
While you probably think you made a great pun there, this is actually what this board was named after.
>Frogsteins Saucer Technology.
I couldve swore it was Frogstain.. odd
I'm interested on the Eckankar pamphlet. Last job I worked with truck drivers and the one was a member. He was a super nice and happy individual. Gave me a few things on it actually.
please share some paraphysic/mana stuff op.
Nothing happened and you were all actually talking about the upcoming book mea tulpa - confessions of a succubus summoner
After reviewing the labeling, I dont believe these files are anything from Big Corp or country wise. They are a box of files put together by one or perhaps two individuals with lots of research time. Not to say there isnt very useful information.