Tag Archives: Peter Lindemann

A Tour of the Borderland Museum

Peter Lindemann and Tom Brown are the guides of a two-part exploration of the artifacts and equipment that may be found in the laboratories of Borderland Researchers.

In Part One, follow a study of a collection of Borderlands documents and devices, including the work of radionics pioneer Albert Abrams, Ruth B. Drown and her devices, T.G. Hieronymus boxes, the Spectrochrome of Dinshah Pestanji Ghadiali, and more!

In Part Two, follow as Lindemann and Brown explore psionic & psychotronic talismans, spectrochrome devices, explain the concepts of biocircuits, and give an in-depth overview of orgone and Wilhelm Reich’s work.

Transverse & Longitudinal Electric Waves

Once again Eric Dollard, Tom Brown, and Peter Lindemann explain in more detail the difference between transverse and longitudinal waves. This video demonstrates the reality of longitudinal waves and their application to the natural transmission of electricity. Also presented are analog computers using networks of coils and capacitors, illustrating a new form of electrical research into wave forms that were discovered and used by Nikola Tesla. This video also presents a waveform that exceeds the velocity of light.

Tesla’s Longitudinal Electricity

Eric Dollard, Tom Brown, and Peter Lindemann from Borderland Sciences Research Foundation demonstrate Tesla’s Longitudinal Electricity using a replica of Tesla’s Magnifying Transmitter to conduct experiments including; 1-wire transmission of electricity; wireless power transmission; transmission of DC current through space; a novel form of 1-wire electric light that attracts metallic objects but repels the human hand; and a longitudinal broadcast of radio signals using a ground antenna.