At a conference held in Laughlin, Nevada in mid-August, 1997, Canadian researcher Pierre Sinclaire, a resident of Fort Langley, British Columbia, said he is nearing completion of an anti-gravity propulsion system. Sinclaire began his presentation by recounting the experiences and research of fellow Canadian David Pierre Hamel, who was allegedly given information concerning an exotic magnetic propulsion system during a UFO contact experience in the early 1970s. According to Sinclaire, Hamel has built four partially successful prototypes of the unusual machine.
Now Sinclaire has taken up the challenge of building a more sophisticated version of the machine to demonstrate its real potential. He told CNI News editor Michael Lindemann that he expects his own working prototype to be operational by the end of this year.
Sinclaire delivered a paper on "Construction of the Gravito Magnetic Device (GMD)" at the Third International Symposium on New Energy, held in Denver, Colorado in April 1996. That paper is posted on the website of the Institute for New Energy (http://www.padrak.com). Sinclaire also has his own web site at http://www.cascadia-net.com/magnet/ and can be reached by email at email@example.com. He is conducting his current research through his own company, called Project Magnet, Inc.
Sinclaire says that he met David Hamel at the end of 1989, by which time Hamel had been working for 14 years to demonstrate an energy system that he claimed would produce antigravity and an abundant amount of energy.
"His work paralleled the research that I was doing, so I devoted the past six years of research in collaboration with David Hamel to understand the unusual phenomena and to build a prototype that would demonstrate that such a technology is obtainable today," Sinclaire says.
Hamel has no scientific training and has had a difficult time attracting interest in his machine, despite that fact that his prototypes have shown some remarkable effects, Sinclaire says. One of the prototypes became air-borne during a test and went through the roof of Hamel's shed, Sinclaire says. When the machines are operating, they radiate powerful electromagnetic fields that can disrupt automobiles and electrical devices.
"This machine has to be taken extremely seriously when activated," Sinclaire says.
Hamel's UFO contact experience and subsequent struggle to build his unusual machine have been described in a book titled "The Granite Man and the Butterfly." Information about the book is available at Sinclaire's web site.
Sinclaire says that his own prototype of the machine, built in collaboration with Hamel, is nearing completion and should be ready to demonstrate by the end of this year. He says that his intention is to offer the plans to anyone who wants to build one.
"This is a free energy machine," he said during his lecture. "So it seems to me that it should be free."
Sinclaire said that once he has finished his machine, he will move on to other projects -- whether it works or not. However, he is confident that it will work.
Sinclaire emphasized that the machine is not complicated, although its effects are somewhat mysterious. He says a working model could be built by anyone with some mechanical ability for about five thousand dollars in parts, following drawings and videotaped instructions that he intends to provide through his company. All the parts are readily available from commercial sources, he says.
At the core of the machine are dozens of barium-ferrite magnets, riveted together in rings. Sinclaire stressed that only barium-ferrite magnets will work. The effects of the machine, he says, have to do with phenomena that occur within the barium atoms in the magnets.
Surrounding the magnetic rings are several concentric cones of aluminum. When assembled, the apparatus looks much like a classic flying saucer.
As it is currently designed, the machine can produce both electrical output and antigravity, Sinclaire says. However, it is not designed to operate outside the earth's atmosphere, because air must move through the casing of the machine for it to function properly. But it could be modified to operate in space, Sinclaire says.
UFO contactee David Hamel believes the device is meant to be used to power antigravity aircraft during coming times of crisis on the earth, when thousands or millions of people will need to stay aloft for a long time while earth-changes occur below. It is also intended to be a source of virtually free, non-polluting electric power, Sinclaire says.
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