From Lost Science by Gerry Vassilatos
The drama of Twentieth Century Science and its intriguing relationship with financiers and governments unfold together in the remarkable life of Nikola Tesla. His is a biography replete with all the elements of tragedy. Tesla, a great discoverer of unsurpassed force, became the focal point of old insidious forces intent on destroying the future for the selfish sake of the status quo. Tesla remains a focal point of wonderment, of dream, and of worlds, which yet should be to those who are familiar with his biography. For them, Tesla stands astride the quaint past century and the gleaming future. He is a technological Colossus, pointing the way to a new dawn.
In this Laura Lee interview with Gerry Vassilatos they discuss the anti-gravity flying machines developed by the Germans during World War II, named the Feuerball and the Kugelblitz. Also covered, Trevor Constable and his “Critters” research, Wilhelm Reich, Royal Raymond Rife, Viktor Schauberger, technology suppression, Vril energy, consciousness, war and peace.
In this Laura Lee interview with Gerry Vassilatos and Michael Theroux, they cover the topic of living Vril energy, discussing historical personalities like Nathan Stubblefield, Ruth Drown, and Thomas Galen Hieronymus, while addressing the issues of developing technology based on Vril. Gerry also demonstrates the sounds of Earth energies made through a grounded rod.
Another interview by Laura Lee, Gerry Vassilatos discusses Tesla’s aether theory.
In this interview conducted by Laura Lee, Gerry Vassilatos discusses his book Lost Science, covering a vast field of alternative science including alchemy, telegraphy, Baron Karl von Reichenbach, Tesla, Earth energies, Thomas Townsend Brown, levitation, Ed Leedskalnin, John Keely, and the importance of applying qualitative science to our studies of Universe.