Haisch of Lockheed, Rueda of California State University and Dr. Daniel Cole of IBM,  wrote a
paper about Zero Point Fields  in which they accelerated nuclei, providing a mechanism for pum-
ping up the energies of cosmic rays.... "
H. E. Puthoff mentions a report published by the U.S. Air
Force about using a sub-cosmic ray approach to accelerate protons.

When the people come together to heal those areas, we can start making changes that are super-
positive, bringing in the free energy machines  or a technology that can bridge a gap  between the
deadly technology that we've been in, and a technology that's healthy.

Dan Winters explores the idea of Zero Point Energy on his website, telling how a Golden Mean ra-
tio cascades in our heart's EKG signature at the moment of Unconditional Love.

The  United States consists of  only five percent of the  world's population,  yet we use twenty-five
percent of Earth's resources.  The U.S.  Department of Energy  is trying to  find and develop  new
energy sources,  but our mass media seldom report on any new energy technologies developing in
government  laboratories.

Breakthroughs  come from  individuals or small private groups.  We ask ourselves  why the United
States is willing to spend  hundreds of billions of dollars to  control the Middle East's oil resources,
but will not invest even a fraction of that amount to free itself and the world from its dependence on
fossil fuels? We have our answer when we consider who benefits most from this  practice.

Two  alternative-energy groups  found commercial uses  for their  discoveries.  
Dr. Randall  Mills'
1989 invention obtains energy  from catalyzing the hydrogen atom  below its normal  ground state.
This is a revolutionary new form of chemical energy. After this process was discovered on earth, it
was found to be  a part of the sun's energy.  Dr. Mills has now engineered prototypes of his inven-
tions and is going commercial with it.

A second group,  called the  
Cincinnati Group,  including  Kenneth Shoulders, w as granted U.S.
Patent No. 5,018,180 on May 21, 1991  for a technology  producing both thermal a nd direct elec-
trical energy, including phenomena due to the formation of high-density charge clusters in a water
solution. The ultimate source of this energy appears to be the zero-point radiation (photons) of the
vacuum continuum
;  i.e.,  The Creative Force Field.  This may be  the first patent  to describe  the
source of energy  as coming from the energy that fills all space. This is the first recognized techno-
logy to tap the vast energy available  anywhere on earth or in space. It relates the ancient concept
of the  Ethers to current scientific data.  We now stand o n the threshold of a new method of hand-
handling radioactive wastes (the LENT reactor)  and for the future handling  of high-level, radioac-
tive spent-fuel pellets. This is the second important application of charge-cluster technology.

Many inventors and scientists are on the leading edge of a cleaner,  cheaper technology for Earth.
Berit Pegg-Karlsson  in Polperro,  Cornwall,  is the Swedish-born  director of the  British-Scandi-
navian Association for Wind and Hydrogen Power,  backed by the Pure Energy Trust.  He plans to
popularize  in Britain  the very successful  hydrogen  "Welgas"  experiment  financed in the town of
Harnosand by the Swedish steel industry, SAAB and other firms. In Harnosand,
Olaf T. Tegstrom
designed and lived in a house where the electricity  came from a small computer-controlled Danish
windmill  in the garden.  The electricity was used to  electrolyze filtered water  into its  constituents,
hydrogen and oxygen, with the hydrogen used for cooking and heating the house and as fuel for a
SAAB car. The car is non-polluting, as the exhaust consists almost entirely of water vapor, and the
safe storage problem has been solved,  with the gas absorbed to form a metal hydride and releas-
ed as required. Indeed, in West Berlin, thanks to government subsidies for fuels that did not cause
acid rain,  Daimler Benz unveiled in  May, 1996.. a filling station  where various converted vehicles
can be filled with hydrogen produced from town gas." It's top speed: 110 km/h. (about 68 mph).

Fast and quiet,  a hydrogen car  costs less than 1 pence a mile  to run and is  also environmentally
friendly.  The only exhaust  is water vapor. A petrol-driven  Fiesta costs 33.5  pence a mile  to run,
but in the prototype hydrogen vehicle,  two gallons of water  provide  enough hydrogen for a 300-
mile drive and the car has a potential top speed of 80 mph. The new auto has no moving parts, no-
nothing to service  and a life of over 250,000 miles.  Electricity from solar panels and wind turbines
is used to "crack" water and produce hydrogen.

The Toyota "Preus" combines a gasoline engine with an electric battery  that needs no plugging in
to maintain power. The car runs on electricity up to 15 mph then switches automatically to gasoline
fuel. After about 5 years, a new battery must be installed, priced at around $5000. In 2008, Toyota
created more "Preus" autos at new plants in the U.S..  (We know now, however, in
2012, that Toy-
ota has been troubled with millions of recalls.)

A Los Alamos National Laboratory team has developed  an environmentally friendly engine with no
moving parts  that is powered by sound waves.  The new engine  is made from steel tubing  and is
cheap  to produce.  Called a  thermo-acoustic Stirling heat engine , it consists of  a long  baseball-
bat-shaped resonator with an oval chamber instead of a handle. The engine is filled with compres-
sed helium,  and when heat is applied to the  'handle',  acoustic energy in the form of sound waves
is produced.  This can be used  to drive a piston  and create electricity.  The team is  working on a
way to use solar energy  to power the engine  which considers a system  that uses a car's exhaust
heat to power its air-conditioning system.  A home version of this engine,  also under development,
could be used to  both generate electricity  and provide domestic heating. The principle behind the
engine was discovered by
Robert Stirling, a 19th-century Scottish inventor, who found that cool-
ng and heating gases could drive a piston.

"Creating with Multi-Dimensional Technologies"
                                 By REV. DR. MARILYN LA CROIX