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In this article we will continue our discussion of the Aether, focusing on the advocates of Aether and Aether experiments that were used to both dismiss the idea of the Aether, and later, to return it to its rightful place in the new scientific paradigm.

Let’s be honest.  As Herbert G. Dorsey III writes, “The Science taught in schools and universities today is but a weak version of what is actually possible and much has been purposely omitted for economic advantage and military secrecy reasons.”

One of the most important concepts of the new scientific paradigm to understand is the Aether.


Plato and the Aether

“Plato conceived of the Aether as the world of ideals, seeing within it the perfect model behind each imperfect physical phenomenon.  He thought of that realm as eternal and unchanging, a perfect but frozen composite that must indeed inspire men toward achievement on the one hand, and on the other reproach them for their failure, since their achievements must necessarily seem puny in contrast. Plato then saw the Aether as a splendid, absolute model in which all the works of man had their initial source. Man himself, according to this concept, could not affect that ideal world one whit. He could, however, use it as a source of inspiration.”1

This world of ideals, to Plato, was the realm of abstract principles and archetypes.  It was the realm of ‘the One’ or ‘the Absolute’.

The Aether, or fifth element, was represented by the dodecahedron, one of the five Platonic solids.  In the Timaeus “speaking about air, Plato mentions that ‘there is the most translucent kind which is called by the name of aether’.2

Furthermore, in Timaeus, Plato refers to the “Receptacle”.  I translate the ‘receptacle’ as being the Aether.

Robin Waterfield describes it, “The receptacle is that in which phenomena occur, and out of which they are formed.  So the receptacle seems to be space and also to be matter:  it provides the space in which perceptible phenomena are generated.”

It is a “substrate”.  One that underlies the perceptible changes in the universe, yet it does not change itself.

Plato speaks of it being “that which is partly ignified and liquefied.”

Ignified here speaks of fire, which can symbolically be read as photons or light.  Liquefied refers to the fluid-like consistency of the Aether of which will come up again and again throughout Cosmic Core.

Also, the Aether is able to change into, or create, both fire and water, as well as air and earth.  Each of these four elements represents different densities of the Aether.

Plato further discusses the receptacle:  “it never comes to resemble in any way whatsoever any of the things that enter it.  Its nature is to act as the stuff from which everything is molded – to be modified and altered by the things that enter it, with the result that it appears different at different times.  And whatever enters it and leaves it is a copy of something that exists for ever, a copy formed in an indescribably wonderful fashion…

So we won’t go wrong if we think of it as an invisible, formless receptacle of everything, which is in some highly obscure fashion linked with the intelligible realm.  It’s almost incomprehensible…the best we can do is say that fire is the impression we receive when some part of it has been ignited, and water is the impression we receive when some part has been moistened, and earth and air are the impressions we receive in so far as it is the receptacle for copies of earth and air.” 51 a-b



Albert Einstein (1879-1955) and the Aether

The young Einstein, in 1905, rejected the idea of an aether.  As a result, modern mainstream cosmology originated that year with Einstein’s theory of relativity.

His theory was the first 20th century theory to embrace the popular misinterpretation of the Michelson and Morley experiment of 1887.

General relativity (GR) is a purely geometric model of space and time that denied the existence of aether and embraced the concept of empty space as a true void.

Almost all 20th century models are based on GR, and they all deny aether.

In 1915 Einstein found there was more to the nature of space than nothingness.  It was a richly-endowed plenum he called “space-time”.

Mature Einstein in 1920 embraced the idea of an aether.

“Strangely, the 1905 view is popularly embraced while the 1920 view is ignored; the 1905 paper is adopted as sacred scripture while the message of the 1920 Leyden lecture is deemed heresy.  This is most comical to observe but truly disturbing when it obstructs the advance of physics.”3


Einstein, in his lecture Ether and the Theory of Relativity, presented at Leyden University on May 5, 1920 made it clear that the Aether exists.

Read the full lecture here:


He stated, “According to the general theory of relativity space is endowed with physical qualities; in this sense, therefore, there exists an ether.  According to the general theory of relativity space without ether is unthinkable…”

“The endeavour toward a unified view of the nature of forces leads to the hypothesis of an ether.”

“The ether of the general theory of relativity is a medium which is itself devoid of all mechanical and kinematical qualities.”

That means, it cannot resist the motion of objects and it cannot itself have momentum.

“But this ether may not be thought of as endowed with the quality characteristic of ponderable media.”

This means it is a non-material and non-energy medium.  The Aether, and its discrete units, possess no mass and no energy as we currently understand those terms.


In 1924, he then said, “…in theoretical physics, we cannot get along without the aether…because the general theory of relativity…excludes direct long-range action; and each theory of short-range action assumes the presence of continuous fields and, consequently, the existence of the ‘ether’.”


It is very interesting that in 1936 Einstein responded to a letter written to him by a young girl in the sixth grade who asked him if scientists pray.  He ended his answer as follows:

“…everyone who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that some spirit is manifest in the laws of the universe, one that is vastly superior to that of man.”

This correspondence can be found in the book Letters of Note, compiled by Shaun Usher.



Nikola Tesla and the Aether

Nikola Tesla stated, “Only the existence of a field of force can account for the motions of the bodies as observed, and its assumption dispenses with space curvature.  All literature on this subject is futile and destined to oblivion.  So are all attempts to explain the workings of the universe without recognizing the existence of the Aether and the indispensable function it plays in the phenomenon.”

William Lyne explains in Occult Ether Physics that to Tesla, Aether fills all space and matter is the result of vortices in the Aether, spinning at the speed of light.  Tesla stated that Aether is comprised of “carriers immersed in an insulting fluid”.  In 1891 Tesla stated that the Aether “behaves as a fluid to solid bodies, and as a solid to light and heat,” and that under “sufficiently high voltage and frequency,” it could be accessed.  Furthermore, Tesla said that momentum can be transferred by the electromagnetic field according to Poynting’s Theorem.


Herbert G. Dorsey III tells us that “Tesla set up a laboratory to experiment with a wireless system of transmitting electrical power.  His system did not use the transverse electromagnetic waves discovered by Hertz, but rather longitudinal waves transmitted from a spherical antenna which acted ‘like sound waves in the Aether.’  He was successful in wireless transmitting useful electrical energy to a receiver 22 miles distant from the transmitter, which lit up a number of 100 watt light bulbs.

One useful discovery was that the whole planet acted as a conductor, the atmosphere an insulator and the ionosphere another conductor, the whole planetary system acting as a spherical capacitor.  Tesla was able to set up standing waves inside this spherical capacitor, which circled the entire globe from his Colorado Springs laboratory.”4



Annie Besant and Charles W Leadbeater – 1895

“The Aether is not homogeneous but consists of particles of numerous kinds, differing in the aggregations of the minute bodies composing them.”5

These particles are Aether units.  We will discuss them in detail in upcoming articles.

About the subatomic particle: “It is formed by the flow of the life-force and vanishes with its ebb.  When this force arises in ‘space’…atoms appear; if this be artificially stopped for a single atom, the atom disappears; there is nothing left.  Presumably, were that flow checked but for an instant, the whole physical world would vanish, as a cloud melts away in the empyrean.  It is only the persistence of that flow which maintains the physical basis of the universe.”6

The Anu: The Aether Unit of Besant & Leadbeater

It is key to keep in mind the flow of the Aether and to visualize the Aether as a fluid-like medium that fills all space.  It is easy enough to visualize water filling and flowing through the oceans.  The Aether is fluid-like – just a different type of fluid.

Dispense with all ideas that space-time is a fabric that bends.  Space-time is a fluid-like continually flowing medium.  This medium is the Aether.



Other Advocates of the Aether:

Aristotle, Rene Descartes, Isaac Newton, Evangelista Torricelli, Christian Huygens, Georges-Louis Le Sage, Leonhard Euler, Pierre Simon de Laplace, Thomas Young, Etienne Louis Malus, Augustin Jean Fresnel, George Gabriel Stokes, Augustin Cauchy, Lord Kelvin, James MacCullagh, Sir Oliver Lodge, Albert Michelson, Edward Morley, Clerk Maxwell, Dr. Milo Wolff, Dr. Vladimir Ginzburg, Dr. Volodymyr Krasnoholovets, Charles Cagle, Dr. John Nordberg, Lt. Col. Tom Bearden, Dr. Henry Myers, Dr. Harold Aspden, Herbert G. Dorsey III, Dr. R.B. Duncan, Buckminster Fuller, Nikola Tesla, Nassim Haramein, Dr. Oliver Crane, Conrad Ranzan, Dr. Reginald T Cahill, Paul LaViolette, Thomas Minderle…and more


The Aether represents the basic idea of a Unity Principle.  This has gone by many names:


Idea of Unity 18th – 20th Century Researchers
Anamorphosis Ludwig von Bertalanffy
Astral Light H.P. Blavatsky
Biomagnetism George De la Warr
Bioplasma V.S. Greschenko
Elan Vital Henri Bergson
Eloptic Energy Thomas Galen Hieronymus
Etheric Force Radiesthists
Etheric Formative Forces Rudolf Steiner
Gestaltung Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Integrative Tendency Arthur Koestler
Kirlian Energy Czech
Lebenskraft (Vital Force) Samuel Hahnemann
Libido Sigmund Freud
Life Fields (L-fields) Harold Saxon Burr
Life Force Luigi Galvani
Morphogenetic (M) – Fields Rupert Sheldrake
Magnetic Fluid Anton Mesmer
Magnetoelectricity William T. Tiller
Negative Energy Erwin Schroedinger
Noetic Energy Charles Muses
Od, Odyllic, Odic Force Karl von Reichenbach
Orgone Energy Wilhelm Reich
Primary Perception Cleve Backster
Psi Faculty J.B. Rhine
Psi Plasma Andrija Puharich
Psionics John W. Campbell
Psychotronic Energy Robert Pavlita
Synchronicity Carl Gustav Jung
Synergy Abraham Maslow
Unitary Principle in Nature Lancelot Law Whyte
Universal Energy Field Barbara Brennan
Universal Intelligence Chiropractic
Will to Live Western Medicine


What we see is that “there is a Unitary Principle at work (which goes under various names) that counteracts entropy and is being mostly ignored by the mainstream.  Many go through mainstream training in physics, they are informed there is no unified field theory and so some of them decide to go and invent their own pet theories; they do this rather than realize that there is an existing tradition that can be tapped into; merely their education system had decided to not mention it to them.”7

Furthermore, some would think the Principle of Unity was God at work.  Others might think it is just a property of Nature.  “All depends thus on philosophy.  What is natural to one person because of their personal beliefs is not interpreted by another person with a different set of beliefs.”


Why do we need the Aether?

Philosophically it is difficult to define nothingness – Aristotle and Descartes rejected the idea of nothingness.  If you really think about it, the idea of nothingness goes against all common sense.  Plus, quantum physics has proven that ’empty space’ is not empty.  It is full of constantly moving seething fluctuations that we cannot see but we can detect.


We need a medium for light propagation – a luminiferous aether.  Newton, Christian Huygens and Thomas Young supported this idea.  Modern science tells us that all waves (except electromagnetic waves) need a medium to propagate through.  We are saying that ALL waves need a medium.  Nature is constant in her laws.  Many of the great scientific minds knew this to be true.


We need a conducting medium for lines of electrical and magnetic force – stems from Michael Faraday’s discovery.  Faraday established the basis for the concept of an electromagnetic field.


We need a propagating medium for electric and magnetic waves – stems from Clerk Maxwells discovery.  Maxwell developed a mathematical framework to explain the observations of Faraday.  He viewed electromagnetic phenomenon as perturbations in the aether and found that electric and magnetic fields were two sides of the same coin.

Again, modern science tells us that all waves (except electromagnetic waves) need a medium to propagate through.  We are saying that ALL waves need a medium.  Nature is constant in her laws.


Aether explains stellar aberration – the apparent angular displacement of a star in the direction of motion of the observer.


We need to establish a frame of reference for measuring absolute motion.  Absolute motion is the motion of something, not with respect to another object or frame, but with respect to space itself.

If space were truly empty there would be no way to reference absolute motion.  Aether gives motion its deeper meaning.  Absolute motion is absolute speed with respect to aether-space.

If all motion is relative, (GR) then how does Nature enforce an absolute speed-limit such as the speed of light barrier?  An absolute limit needs absolute motion to which it can be applied.


We need an explanation of gravity.

Newton’s “spooky” action at a distance and Einstein’s curvature magic are unacceptable.

As Conrad Ranzan states, “A cosmology that is missing a complete theory of gravity cannot claim to be a modern science.”

Reginald Cahill explains gravity as “a self-dissipating (contractile) process of aether-space”.  In other words, Gravity is an inhomogeneous flow of Aether [quantum foam to Cahill] into matter.  We will discuss gravity in detail in later articles.


The Aether is demanded to exist based on many powerful experimental results.

Absolute motion – Earth’s absolute motion through space – has been repeatedly detected.  At least seven different experiments found evidence of absolute motion.


“To this day, absolute motion is a banned concept in physics, editors of ‘mainstream’ physics journals will reject any paper claiming the reality and observability of absolute motion, internet archives censor their submissions and remove the offending papers, and conference bans are placed on any persons who report experimental evidence for absolute motion.”8


“So why is absolute motion and aether still a banned concept in physics?” asks Conrad Ranzan.  “The answer appears to be that Einstein’s ideas resulted in essentially a cult following within the physics community. Its members ruthlessly attack any evidence that is not in agreement with their belief system. The deplorable result: progress in understanding space and gravitation has stalled for the last 100 years or so.  The result has been the failure of cosmology throughout the 20th century.”


Furthermore let’s be honest, “Those who wanted to keep antigravity and free energy science secret realized the best way to do so was to eliminate the concept of Aether.  That is why we are taught the illogical concept of empty space, that has no mechanization to transmit light, magnetic force, electric force or gravity across the vast reaches of interstellar space or action at a distance, in our Universities.”9


“The idea of the aether, or something like it, had been around since the time of the ancient Greeks. By the last decades of the 19th century, and in line with Newtonian physics, the aether was postulated as an invisible, tasteless, odorless substance that pervaded all unoccupied space, and served as the medium for the passage of electromagnetic waves of light and other kinds of radiant energy, like heat —just as the earth itself serves as the medium for the transmission of seismic waves, for instance.  Late in the last century some very ingenious experiments failed to scientifically prove the existence of the aether, however, and the theory was finally dispensed with following Albert Einstein’s publication of his special theory of relativity in 1905.”10



Why was the idea of an Aether suddenly discarded after being accepted for centuries?

“One underlying principle of this secret science is the concept of Aether.  It is falsely taught that the Michaelson-Morley experiment disproved the existence of Aether.  Lorentz developed his contraction formula to explain the negative results of the Michelson-Morley experiment while allowing the Aether to exist.  Einstein took Lorentz’s contraction formula and used it in his Special Theory of Relativity which still didn’t disprove the existence of Aether.  Later, Einstein developed the General Theory of Relativity which explained gravity as a 4-dimensional curvature in space-time.  Nowhere in this development was Aether disproven.”11

Albert Michaelson (L) & Edward Morley (R)


The Michelson-Morley (M-M) Experiment

“The M-M experiment, one of most important scientific investigations of the 19th century, undoubtedly was and remains the most controversial.  If a forensic inquiry were to be performed to find the root cause of the disastrous failure of 20th century cosmology it would inevitably lead to this famous set of experiments.”12


The M-M experiment took place in 1887 by two physicists Albert Michelson and Edward Morley.  It supposedly disproved the existence of the aether.  In actuality it did not.

The idea was that as Earth moved through space it would create a ‘drag’ of aether that could be measured, similar to ripples on a pond as you move your hand through it.

The outcome was an apparent ‘null’ result, though we now know it was misinterpreted and needed repetition of proof.

Physicists of the day believed motion relative to space [absolute motion] should be measurable.  Michelson developed an interferometer for just this purpose.

An interferometer splits a beam of light into two orthogonal (right-angles) paths, recombines the light after reflections from mirrors onto a screen where fringes of light and dark (interference) are seen.

The device was slowly rotated to detect translational motion.

If the speed of light is fixed relative to space (aether) and if the apparatus is in translation motion relative to the aether, the difference in travel times of light waves should manifest as a back-and-forth shift of fringes on the screen.

Fringe shifts were seen exactly as expected.

They calculated the speed of the apparatus through space was 8 km/s.  This was less than the orbital speed of 30 km/s of the Earth around the Sun.

Therefore, Michelson reported a ‘null’ result, instead of concluding absolute motion had been detected and the instrument needed to be recalibrated.


In the closing remarks of Michelson and Morley’s paper, they make an important statement, “In what precedes, only the orbital motion of the earth is considered.  If this is combined with the motion of the solar system, concerning which but little is known with certainty, the result would have to be modified; and it is just possible that the resultant velocity at the time of observations was small though the chances are much against it.  The experiment will therefore be repeated at intervals of three months, and thus all uncertainty will be avoided.”13

Unfortunately, Conrad Ranzan notes, this repetition (which later was to prove to be very important) was never carried out.


“Prior to Michaelson and Morley’s experiment, most physicists agreed that this aether had to exist, and created workable models and mathematical constructs based on it. And now, the “negative” result of the M-M experiment has been superseded by a plenum of findings that prove that the ancient concepts were right all along.”14

In 1928 Michelson repeated the experiment and found a small positive effect – however he attributed it to experimental error.



Revisiting the M-M Experiments

  George FitzGerald hypothesized about the deficiencies of the M-M experiments in 1889-1891.

“The smallness of M-M measurements was explained on the hypothesis that the forces binding the molecules of a solid might be modified by the motion of the solid through the aether in such a way that the dimension of the stone base of the interferometer would be shortened in the direction of motion and that this contraction…neutralizes the optical effect sought in the M-M aether experiments.”15


Hendrik Lorentz (1853-1928) 

In 1895 Lorentz developed FitzGerald hypothesis into a sound theory.

“There would result a contraction of the body in the direction of motion which is proportional to the square of the ratio of the velocities of translation and of light and which would have a magnitude such as to annul the effect of aether-drift in the M-M interferometer.”16

The validity of this theory was later confirmed.


Dayton Miller

Dayton Miller carried out replications of the M-M experiments at Mt. Wilson in California from 1904-1930s, using more accurate and extensive experiments.

Miller built a light-beam interferometer – the largest and most sensitive of the type up to that point.  He had consistently positive results.

He measured aether-drift with Morley in 1902 at 10 km/s.  7.5 km/s in 1904.  8.7 km/s in 1905.  10 km/s in 1921 and 1924.

His measurements from 1925-1926 detected the anisotropy of the speed of light – the signature of aether and absolute motion.

He wanted to detect if the aether wind is local or cosmic in origin.  A more or less constant direction in the celestial sphere indicated a cosmic origin.

He concluded the cosmic direction of motion of the Earth and the Solar System is (Right Ascension ~5h Declination ~70°S) towards the constellation Dorado.  The speed was calculated to be 208 km/s.

He published his results in a paper in 1933 in Reviews of Modern Physics.  His results were largely ignored.


“While he was alive, Miller’s work could not be fundamentally undermined by the critics. However, towards the end of his life, he was subject to isolation as his ether-measurements were simply ignored by the larger world of physics, then captivated by Einstein’s relativity theory.”17



Further aether-drift experiments


Maurice Allais (1911-present)

In 1958 Allais found anomalous effects – possibly the direction of aether flow.

Neither Newton’s universal gravitation or Einstein’s GR could explain the periodic change in the place of oscillating motion.



Roland DeWitte (1953-present) – Brussels

In 1991 DeWitte confirmed Millers direction.

Sidereal time for maximum effect occurs at ~5h and at ~17h.    He found flow speed at 420 +/-30 km/z.  This confirmed the effect was periodic with sidereal time, not solar time.

The aether motion was of galactic origin.


Yuri M. Galaev – Ukraine

In 1999 and 2001 Galaev once again confirmed Miller’s flow direction.  He found (RA = 5.2 hr, Dec = 67°).

There was now no doubt that the aether wind is of galactic origin.



Reginald T. Cahill (1946-present) Australia

Cahill questioned the interferometer’s mode of calibration and found it was flawed.  In 2007 and 2008 Cahill reanalyzed the M-M and Miller data.  A new calibration factor was applied.  He detected aether drift in 2002 and 2008.

This revealed the 30 km/s tangential velocity due to the orbital motion of the Earth.

Two other aether motions were identified as the space inflow converging on the Sun (42 km/s) and the cosmic component (420 +/-30 km/s from (RA = 5.2 hr, Dec = 67°).

The +/- variation is indicative of large wave turbulence effects (aether gravity waves).



Summary of Experiments for the Detection of Aether – by Conrad Ranzan18

Date & Location Name Type of Apparatus Original Summary Results Original Detailed Results Original Numerical Results Cahill’s Re-analysis Results
1881 Berlin Albert Michelson Michelson Interferometer (air) null Fringe shifts too small none none
1887 Cleveland Michelson & Morley Michelson Interferometer (air) null Fringe shifts observed 5-7 km/s 330 km/s absolute motion
1925-26 Mt. Wilson Dayton C. Miller Michelson Interferometer (air) Not null Fringe shifts observed 8-10 km/s 430 km/s absolute motion
1927 K. Illingworth Michelson Interferometer (helium) null Fringe shifts observed 1 km/s 368 km/s absolute motion
1930, Jena, Germany Georg Joos Michelson Interferometer (vacuum) null Fringe shifts observed 1 km/s Aether consistent to data
1958 Saint-Germain France Maurice Allais Paraconical pendulum, solar eclipse Not null See papers See papers Aether consistent
1963 New Bedford 2 He-Neon Masers null Small effect observed none Aether consistent to data
1981 Torr & Kolen E-W Coaxial (2 Rb clocks) Not null Effect observed See paper Aether consistent to data
1991 Brussels Roland DeWitte N-S coaxial (using atomic clocks) Not null See papers See papers Aether consistent “stunning experiment”
1999 Y. Galaev Radiowave interferometer Not null See papers See papers Aether consistent
2001 Y. Galaev Optical interferometer Not null See papers See papers Aether consistent
2007 & 2008 R.T. Cahill & Finn Stokes Optical-fiber interferometer Aether speed of 420 +/-30km/s; RA = 5.5+/-2 hr; DEC = 70+/-10ºS.  Detection of large wave turbulence effects (ie aether gravity waves)


  • Absolute-motion effects are not observed with vacuum interferometers; a gas must be present in the Michelson-type interferometers. This is entirely consistent with aether theory.


“The understanding of the operation of the Michelson interferometer in gas-mode was only achieved in 2002 and involved 1) the refractive index of the gas in the light paths; it was essential to have the light travel through a gas and to have the value of its index of refraction; and 2) Special Relativity effects; the Fitzgerald-Lorentz contraction had to be considered.”19



For Further Details See:


As Conrad Ranzan writes, “Regarding the opposition of the acceptance and publication of research involving the aether concept: Aether is a touchy topic among traditional physicists and journal editors. It has been this way for a very long time. The Physics Community, for one reason or another, has been unwilling to face the reality that they made a major mistake when they misinterpreted the results of the famous aether-wind experiment performed by Michelson & Morley way back in 1887.

In 1920 Einstein said the aether exists, but the Physics Community would not listen. To the present day, they still refuse to listen and, rather, pretend there is no such thing as “aether.” They simply will not face the facts and admit they were wrong! Wrong for over 100 years!

Practically all researchers use aether and practically all journals allow the discussion of aether; it is simply that they are averse to actually calling it “aether.” They hate to see the term in black-and-white print. Presumably they realize that the physics profession made a mistake, and for too long were misled, not even having been taught that Einstein himself affirmed its existence (in his 1920 Leyden lecture), and, hence, find it embarrassing to use the term.

A good example, one of my favorites, is Brian Greene’s book The Fabric of the Cosmos —a popular publication on the nature of space. Within its 570 pages there is not a single mention of “aether.” It is an extensive and detailed presentation of the space medium —which the author calls a sea, an ocean, a quantum foam, and, of course, a Fabric— but he never mentions the aether, not even in a historical context.

My experience, during the last few years, is that only the old guard defenders of Big-Bang dogma reject the aether and its implications. They have little choice —for now. Nevertheless, I’m sure they suspect that they may be on the losing side of a revolution.

There are new journals, rapidly growing, moving ahead, publishing and incorporating significant recent discoveries —all relating to aether.

The bottom line is that the aether, the space medium, is the key to understanding the Universe.”20



We have now seen that the only reason the idea of the Aether was dismissed was due to one single experiment in 1887.  This experiment has since been found to be flawed and new data has determined that the Aether absolutely does exist.

It is disappointing that mainstream science has not caught up with this new important data and re-written science to account for it.


As David Wilcock writes in The Science of Oneness, “When the full implications of aether science become known to humanity at large, a very significant paradigm shift will be necessary.”


I know people are afraid to have their belief systems shaken to their very foundations.  I know it is hard to admit you have felt passionately about something that is later proven wrong.

But the good news is that every person alive, regardless of their belief system, is right about many things and wrong about other things.  No one is superior or inferior in this regard.  We all have to let go of old dogmatic beliefs and learn how to unify the truths that remain.

There is nothing to fear.  The new scientific paradigm, once fully understood and brought out into the open, will benefit every single person on this planet, leaving no one behind.  When we understand the full implications of Aether science, we will finally be able to step forward into a world of harmony, prosperity and abundance for all.



  1. Roberts, Jane, The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events (A Seth Book), Amber-Allen Publishing, 1981
  3. Ranzan, Conrad, The Dynamic Steady State Universe, Physics Essays Vol. 27, No. 2, pp 286-315, 2014,
  4. Dorsey III, Herbert G., Secret Science and the Secret Space Program, 2015
  5. Leadbeater, CW and Annie Besant, Occult Chemistry, ISBN 1-56459-678-8
  6. ibid.
  7. Anderton, Roger J., Lancelot Law Whyte Unitary Field Theory, Proceedings of the NPA, 2010
  8. T. Cahill, Space and Gravitation, Magister Botanicus, Vol.2, Jan 2004
  9. Dorsey III, Herbert G., Secret Science and the Secret Space Program, 2015
  10. Butts, Robert & Jane Roberts, The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events (A Seth Book), Amber-Allen Publishing, 1981
  11. Dorsey III, Herbert G., Secret Science and the Secret Space Program, 2015
  12. Ranzan, Conrad, The Aether Experiments and the Impact on Cosmology, 2007 rev2009,
  13. A. Michelson and E.W. Morley, On the Relative Motion of the Earth and the Luminiferous Ether, The American Journal of Science, Vol.34, No.203, Nov, 1887.
  14. Wilcock, David, The Science of Oneness,
  15. Ranzan, Conrad, The Aether Experiments and the Impact on Cosmology, 2007 rev2009,
  16. ibid.
  17. DeMeo, James, “Dayton Miller’s Ether-Drift Experiments: A Fresh Look”
  18. Ranzan, Conrad, The Aether Experiments and the Impact on Cosmology, 2007 rev2009,
  19. ibid.

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