The Pathway to Mars

Harnessing the Mind

Future spacecraft design and propulsion
 

Harnessing the MindIn Alien intelligence and the Pathway to Mars I have several times referred to an earlier work Two-Thirds: A History of Our Galaxy, by David P Myers & David S Percy (1993) because this book contains a wealth of information, both technical and metaphorical, relevant to the matters further explored in The Pathway to Mars.

As editor of Two-Thirds, I had written a preface in which I noted that:

In many ways this work is a re-telling of the ‘hero’s’ journey of traditional myth, but there is another innovative storytelling device in Two-Thirds. The ‘hero’ is depicted as a fractal. At any one time ‘he’ can be singular, a group or an entire civilisation. The heroic qualities of bravery, fidelity, beauty and honour are sometimes expressed within one person, sometimes within the group and then sometimes expressed separately among four people or a group. Each reader’s journey through this book will be a fractal of the ‘hero’s’ journey that we as a civilisation have chosen to make by living on this planet, in this solar system, in this galactic experience – NOW.1

That book was and remains a challenging read, because its very structure requires the reader’s mind to operate across the hemispheres switching from logical to creative thinking at varying and increasingly rapid rates. The rewards are significant though, as it offers the reader the possibility of changing their perspective as to ‘how things work’.

Gravitron Drive Craft

Impression of a craft in flight powered by a Gravitron Drive – the concept of thrusting a craft through space without requiring propellants, instead using the interactions between the craft and its surrounding space environment. Aulis

From a scientific point of view, Two-Thirds pre-empts many of the subjects only now coming into focus for space scientists and engineers. For example, it discusses c, the speed of light, its variation according to where it is measured – within a solar system, within a galaxy or within intergalactic space.

Two-Thirds: A History of Our GalaxyThe text discusses the need for an advanced form of spacecraft for deep space travel that deploys a future propulsion system that’s not based on the conventional chemical rocket-and-capsule approach for astronauts’ journeys. It harnesses a source available universally, drawn from the ever-present abundant field of photonic energy. it's powered by gravitron drive technology.

Apart from providing the craft's propulsion through space, such a craft can generate a gravity field within the craft for the long-term survival of its occupants. It can protect the craft and its occupants by generating a magnetic field to shield the entire craft from all forms of solar, cosmic and galactic radiation. Absolutely necessary for a journey to Mars to ensure the well-being and fitness of the astronaut occupants upon arrival.

Is that what the former NASA administrator Sean O’Keefe was referring to when he stated that we need to change to ‘space propulsion’. But that ‘no one on this rock knows how to do that’? If so, it is clear that the basics are known. Indeed concerning his gravitron drive propulsion technology concept, David Percy had an in-depth meeting with Dr Harold Puthoff in Austin, Texas, but since it would mean unstitching the past tapestry and starting over again, maybe the backing will not be forthcoming just yet. But a technological solution such as this one will eventually be required.

Research has reveled that many of those in the space industry today are perfectly willing to consider the wider aspects of consciousness transfer between species. Although the Americans generally prefer to keep everything and everyone at arm’s length by adopting the term ‘Alien Intelligence', since it can be abbreviated to A.I. meaning both Alien Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence, as in computer-driven robotics. Thereby making sure that any such term is dehumanised, and somewhat scary. The less afraid prefer the rather more friendly term extra-terrestrial Intelligence (ETI) which means exactly what it says. No one really knows how consciousness works, whether all the odd UFO/UAP events experienced around the world is really some sort of interaction with ETI, or whether we are merely seeing the results of our own planetary behaviour played out in front of us, via the collective consciousness.

It is also apparent that some have not only mined the contents of Two-Thirds, they have also adopted some its material. For example, Elon Musk has been trying to build a hyperloop system, which is described in Two-Thirds as the Perierchomai transportation system out on Mars and particularly pertinent to the City area at Cydonia.

Although whether he has understood the underlying metaphysical meaning of this system is quite another matter. For that would require also thinking about how consciousness communicates through space and across time. And decoding that aspect would also require some deep thinking and cross referencing the information within the pages of Phyllis Schlemmer’s record of her ETI trans-communications as published in The Only Planet of Choice spanning two decades of material from 1974 through to 1994. Available to read online here.

It is of note that whatever the terms used, A.I. or ETI, to this day, Hal Puthoff and other members of the Intelligence communities and space scientists are right up there with research into ETI/UFOs/UAPs, as is described in The Pathway to Mars. Although whether this research is an excuse to develop space weaponry which can be used to control satellite rings around the planet, while creating myths of scary aliens enables the funding to keep flowing, through fear of The Other, or whether the more harmonious aspect of ETI will prevail is not yet entirely clear.

Mary Bennett

Aulis Online, January 2022


Notes

1. The full preface to Two-Thirds: A History of Our Galaxy, is available here.

The second edition of The Only Planet of Choice, Essential Briefings from Deep Space, edited by Mary Bennett is available here.




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