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FREE ENERGY

APRIL 28, 2009

In This Issue
FREE ENERGY
BHADRA IN HAMILTON
SACRED SOUND WORKSHOP
BHADRA IN TORONTO
BHADRA IN GUELPH
CHANT CLUB
CELIA FENN
Quote of the Month
"Everything is spinning. Everywhere there is energy. There must be a way of availing ourselves of this energy more completely."
Nicola Tesla

GREETINGS DEAR FRIENDS

Hello friends. Hope you are enjoying the milder weather. In the month of May the Bhadra Collective will be appearing in Hamilton, Toronto and Guelph and I'll be leading a workshop in Hamilton. Read more in the sections below.

In these times of rapid change there is much talk of alternative energy sources. What is not talked about much is the idea that many great inventions and ideas that would have helped mankind, have been suppressed by the big corporations as they maximized their profits. In this newsletter there is an article called 'Free Energy - Tesla and Schauberger'.

If you'd like to access past newsletters containing the ongoing articles on the Physics of Mysticism,  Magic, the Power of Mantra and other topics, please visit the 'newsletter' page of my website:  whyislife.com

Peace and love, Dennis.
FREE ENERGY; TESLA AND SCHAUBERGER
by Dennis Gaumond

In these times of 'economic downturn', when there is so much talk of electric cars and alternative energy sources, it might be appropriate to talk about the work of these two brilliant scientists. Some researchers claim that there exists the technology to provide the world with free energy. They say that such knowledge has been suppressed by the corporations, who have made fortunes selling energy, i.e. electricity and fossil fuels.

Nikola Tesla (1856 - 1942) was a brilliant scientist and inventor whose accomplishments are as great as any in history. Before Tesla electrical power was provided with direct current, a very inefficient method. He brought us alternating current, making electricity widely available, and showed us how to harness the power of Niagara Falls. He also invented radio transmission, remote control, neon and fluorescent lighting, the Tesla Coil, and much more.

Tesla's biggest ambition was to provide the world with an inexhaustible supply of free energy, which he believed could be harnessed from the ionosphere and 'broadcast' to the world without the enormous grid of power lines that we use today. Tesla insisted on continuing research in this direction even though his financial backers refused to fund it. He locked horns with Thomas Edison, J. P. Morgan and George Westinghouse - all powerful financiers who had made fortunes with Tesla's inventions. During repeated self-funded efforts to explore the possibilities of free energy, the potential in high frequency sound emissions, resonance and other interesting fields of study, Tesla's work was thwarted and sabotaged. He died penniless, a broken man.

As a child Tesla claimed to have had 'otherworldly experiences' during which he saw visions and strange lights. He claimed that his ideas came to him in visualizations which he later analyzed and constructed. In mid-life Tesla became deeply interested in eastern mysticism, and was inspired by the teachings of Swami Devekananda. In Tesla's words, "Exploring the akash and prana is the only pursuit modern science should take." For more info on Tesla, checkout these web-sites: www.teslatech.info, www.sftesla.org.

Another brilliant scientist and naturalist, an Austrian named Victor Schauberger (1885 - 1958) was also convinced that it was possible to harness free energy. He was well versed in the Pythagorean idea that all of creation is a manifestation of sound and that all matter could be understood in terms of the proportional relationships of integral numbers. His research, which started with a study of the dynamics of flowing water, eventually came to the attention of Hitler and he was recruited to help with the development of flying saucer-type craft called 'Foo Fighters'.         

After the war he was taken to America by the CIA under the supervision of Karl Gerscheimer and Robert Donner where he was kept against his will. Every effort was made to acquire his scientific knowledge. When Schauberger eventually became uncooperative, he was returned to Linz, Austria, where he mysteriously died five days later. According to friends he was heard to say repeatedly in his final days, "They took everything from me - everything. I don't even own myself." (For more info on this topic, see 'Living Water, Victor Schauberger and the Secrets of Natural Energy', by Olof Alexanderson, and 'Living Energies, An Explosion of Concepts Related to the Theories of Victor Schauberger', by Callum Coates.)


The Bhadra Collective in Hamilton
Saturday,  May 9.

with special guest:

Pam Gerrand - vocals

"Bring your dancing shoes"

WHERE: 
The Pearl Company, 16 Steven Street, Hamilton ON
- part of the Opus Mundi Festival
TIME:   Doors open - 7pm, show starts - 8 pm
COVER: $15
TO REGISTER PHONE -
905 524-0606

for more info: thepearlcompany.ca

Listen to audio-samples from the cd,
'Soon Come Shekinah' at

 
bhadra.ca
CHECK OUT OUR VIDEOS BY CLICKING HERE:
VIDEO # 1
VIDEO # 2

The Opus Mundi Festival presents
AN AFTERNOON OF SACRED SOUND

With Dennis Gaumond


The ancients understood that sound has the power to heal and transform. Today more and more people are discovering that the use of sound is a joyful way to affect health, stress levels and mental attitudes. This workshop provides an opportunity for participants to both learn about and experience the transformational power of sound.
Demonstrations and discussion will help us to understand why sound has this power. We will learn to see reality in a new way, understanding it in terms of energy and vibration. From this new perspective, many things will start to make more sense, including the healing process and the power of sound.
We will then experience a sample of several forms of 'sound healing', including:
- the soothing tones of the singing crystal bowls
- the power of mantra and chanting from a variety of cultural traditions.
- an introduction to the ancient art of overtone singing
*No previous musical experience is required.


About the Opus Mundi Festival:
This is the second Opus Mundi Festival, a Multi-Disciplinary Artistic Convergence, featuring a wide range of events, with performers from many cultures in both the gallery and the theatre at The Pearl Company.  Film, music, theatre, dance, visual art and dub poetry are all part of the mix. The festival is devoted to bringing established local artists together with the excellent artists from other counties who have made their homes in Hamilton and surrounding areas.

The Bhadra Collective in Toronto
Sunday, May 17.

doors open at 7PM, performance at 8PM


with special guest: Rosita Stone- vocals

WHERE:  The Trane - 964 Bathurst St. - a funky nightclub on Bathurst, north of Bloor.- "The Trane has great food!"
for more info about the Trane:  tranestudio.com

THIS IS A SPECIAL EVENT - IT'S 'GODDESS NIGHT' AT THE TRANE!!

Dress in your most 'outrageous' goddess clothing - a bellydance outfit, veils, whatever says 'goddess' for you. There'll be a prize for the wildest outfit!

WE HAVE LOWERED OUR COVER CHARGE FOR THIS EVENT!!
COVER: $10

The Bhadra Collective in
Guelph
Saturday,  May 30



with special guests:
Chris Church - violin (from the Jesse Cooke Band)
Pam Gerrand - vocals

THIS CONCERT ALSO FEATURES 3 OTHER BANDS:
- SMITH & DRAGOMAN - www.smithanddragoman.com
- THE ADAM CROSSLEY BAND - adamcrossley.com
- PRINCE BAMIDELE BAJOWA AND ODUA DE - princebamidelebajowa.ca


THIS CONCERT IS A FUNDRAISER!!
Proceeds from this event will benefit the people of Osooro in Nigeria and Yoruba House in Ontario. These funds will address these issues:
- preservation of Yoruba culture
- education
- agriculture

WHERE:  War Memorial Hall, University of Guelph, College St. at Gordon - about War Mem Hall - warmemhall.com
TIME:   Doors open - 7pm, show starts - 8 pm
COVER: $20 at the door

GUELPH CHANT CLUB
 

DATE                                             CITY                                        VENUE               ______________________________________________________________________
WED., MAY 6, 09                  Guelph,                              Unitarian Church
7:45 to 9:30 pm                        Ontaro                   

The Unitarian Church is on the corner of

Harris and York Streets in Guelph.

For more Detailed directions, check out 
guelph-unitarians.com

SUGGESTED DONATION - $10

CELIA FENN FEATURES THE BHADRA COLLECTIVE

Internationally renowned channel and teacher, Celia Fenn, is based in South Africa. She has featured the Bhadra Collective in her website.
Click Here: www.starchild.com




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