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Provocative interview with early UFO contactee George van Tassel

George van Tassel was an early contactee who believed that he had received technical information about UFO propulsion. Using this information as the basis for his plans, he built a structure now called the Integratron in the Mojave Desert. He was unable to finish it, but it remains in the desert, a monument to a remarkable dream. This rare interview with van Tassel offers fascinating insight into his ideas, so of which contains provocative echoes of modern propulsion technology.

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Prediction of the 1952 Washington D.C. UFO incident

In 1952, over a week before the events of the 1952 Washington D.C. UFO incident George-Van-Tassel notified the US air force, Los Angeles Herald-Examiner and the Life (magazine) of the future events of the 1952 Washington D.C. UFO incident via registered letters.[6] This event was witnessed by thousands of people in and around the Washington D.C. area. It is one of the most publicized sightings to have ever taken place. In the said letters he informed the US air force, Los Angeles Herald-Examiner and the Life (magazine) that space craft were going to fly over Washington D.C. before the end of the month. The events occurred over a week later.


George Van Tassel started hosting group meditation in 1953 in a room underneath Giant Rock excavated by Frank Critzer, a prospector. In August 1953, in the middle of the night a spaceship landed from the planet Venus, the occupant woke up Van Tassel, showed him the spaceship and invited him on board. There the space person gave him the technique for rejuvenating the human body. In 1954, Van Tassel and others began building the Integratron to perform the rejuvenation.

The Integratron was to be a structure for scientific research into time, anti-gravity and at extending human life, to help people take advantage of the wisdom acquired through age. The most intriguing aspect of this research was the extraordinary attempt at it being the modern remaking of the Tabernacle that Moses constructed after his instructions on Biblical Mount Sinai.[7]

Created at the behest of an advanced entity with which Van Tassel communicated verbally as well as telepathically. The Integratron was built partially upon the research of Nikola Tesla and Georges Lakhovsky. Created for scientific and spiritual research. Van Tassel described the Integratron as "a time machine for basic research on rejuvenation, anti-gravity and time travel".[8] With the aim to recharge and rejuvenate people’s cells. It was the modern version of the Tabernacle for a coming “Lord”.[9]

The domed wood structure of the Integratron has a rotating metal apparatus on the outside called an electrostatic dirod. It is unique in being non ferromagnetic; constructed of only wood, concrete, glass and fibreglass lacking even metal screws or nails. The Integratron was never fully completed due to Van Tassel's sudden death a few weeks before the official opening.

In recent times some people who visit the unfinished Integratron claim to be rejuvenated by staying there, and experiencing sound baths inside.[10]


Whitley, could there be a connection with.....

"Its placement was chosen based on a complex set of theories involving the earth's magnetic field and the Integratron's relationship to the Great Pyramid in Egypt and (GIANT ROCK), the world's largest freestanding boulder."

In the past you have done a few interviews with David Paulides and in those interviews, David talks about the many boulders/rocks that so often accompany these odd abductions as and other paranormal activity.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013 (David Paulides interview)
Missing 411 Special: Dave and Whitley Discuss One of Whitley's Greatest Experiences and Its Frightening Sequel.

This would make for a very interesting show. I love these type of reports.

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