Formula To Build Time Machine Revealed in 1964 Interview

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A 1964 interview with aircraft mechanic George Van Tassel revealed an amazing formula, which later enabled him to start building a time machine.

His story began in 1953, when a Venusian invited him on board his space ship, and verbally and telepathically gave him a mathematical formula which could be used to build something rather special. In 1954, Van Tassel began building the “Integratron” – a structure for scientific research into time, anti-gravity and at extending human life, built partially upon the research of Nikola Tesla and Georges Lakhovsky. Van Tassel said the Integratron was for scientific and spiritual research – “a time machine for basic research on rejuvenation, anti-gravity and time travel”. The Integratron was never fully completed due to Van Tassel’s sudden death a few weeks before the official opening in 1978.

According to Wikipedia, ‘the building was owned by a series of individuals (and was left in various states of disrepair) before sisters Joanne, Nancy, and Patty Karl purchased it in the early 2000s. The sisters promote The Integratron as an “acoustically perfect structure,” give tours and offer “sound baths” they describe as “…meditation-like sessions accompanied by tones from quartz bowls.”‘


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