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Vladimir Terziski. M.S.E.E., President. 13002 San Vicente Blvd. Brentwood, CA 90049, USA. office & fax: 310-458-4838


Antigravity is extremely easy to produce without any "alien", E.T. or Sci-Fi
hardware: simple rotation along a vertical axis decreases the weight of any and every spinning body, and
to use the folk wisdom: "If you spin 'the hell out of it', it will lift off and fly away". Antigravity as a
physical variable is proportional to the rotational inertial momentum of the spinning body and to the angular
velocity (in simpler terms - to the mass and to the rpms). This paper has been presented at my June 1994
lecture tour of Russian conferences, research institutes and aerospace establishments, at my Nov. 1993
lecture tour of Japanese Universities, at the January 1993 London Wembley Arena Conference, and at
numerous conferences, symposiums and publications in the United States in the last 3 years.
5. Documentary evidence from the mass
media and NASA's own propaganda photo
department of the Apollo astronauts landing on the
Moon not with rocket engine trust, but with
comouflaged antigravity drives: the lack of an
ablasion crater under the Lunar Landing module's
enormous 2.3 m nozzle diameter descent rocket
engine, where the edge of its nozzle just after
landing is barely 30 cms above the unperturbed dust
cover of the lunar surface, LIFE magazine, June
6. Video-clip from the still banned in the
United States docu-drama film by the BBC:
"Alternative-3", showing the approach and landing
footage of a secret antigravity device landing on
Mars on May 22, 1962, and producing in a similar
(to the Apollo's Lunar landing) fashion no dust
during touch down.


1. Demonstration of Prof. Laithwaite's
experiment (London Imperial College, 1960's) of
weight reduction in a dual-rotating 20 kg metal disc
(car engine's finely balanced flywheel), spinning
simultaneously at 5.000 rpms along a horizontal axis
(driven by an angle-grinder), and at 30 rpms along
a vertical axis (driven by the hand of the
experimenter, who turns around in place, holding
the shaft of the flywheel horizontally like a tennis
racket), achieving a weight reduction of 10 - 15
2. Sandy Kidd's experiment of 2 "baby"
gyros (a 2 disk apparatus, that is a conglomeration
of 2 Laithwaite's devices), counterrotating along a
horizontal axis and simultaneously spinning that axis
along a vertical one - a video clip from Dundee TV,
Scotland, and Discovery Channel, USA.
3. Demonstration of a ... 'Toys-R-Us'
(Children's toy store chain in the U.S.) gyroscoping
styrofoam toy saucer, driven by an airplane
micro model engine and flying under the action of
the combined lifts: 1. of the ducted fan helicopter
propeller aerodynamic lift and 2. the gyroscoping
antigravity lift of the counter-rotating styrofoam
body of the toy model (or a video clip of a demo
4. Demonstration of a US Patent: a modelrocket-engine powered frisbee, climbing upwards
along a vertical axis/shaft under the action of
gyroscopic antigravity (or a video clip of same).


1. Anomalous phenomena in free falling
non-rotating (at the start) bodies.
1.1. Falling magnetic plate experiments of
Don Kelly, Clearwater, Florida - a documentary
video clip. Achieved up to 15% difference in the
times of falling for magnetized and non-magnetized
flat plates.
1.2. Ball dropping experiments of Lloyd
Zerbis - balls made out of different material fall
with up to 30% difference timewise - a documentary
video clip.

2. Gravity defying properties of

gyroscoping rotation of solid bodies.
2.1. Gyroscoping of solid bodies along a
vertical axis (a simple one-axis forced rotation).
a. Hayasaka and Takeuchi, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan - a documentary video clip.
b. Nikolai Kozirev, Pulkovo Observatory an article by the US Government's National
Technical Information Service (an intelligence outfit
specializing in top foreign scientific information)
about his work.
c. Bruce DePalma's (ex MIT lecturer in
electromagnetism) experiments with spinning metal
balls and gyroscopes - a video clip.
d. Experiments with fast spinning metal
discs, Germany, 1930s.
e. German fast spinning rocket experiments
1938-39 showed 3-4 times increase of the length of
flight with all other conditions equal - a declassified
intelligence document.
2.2. Forced gyroscoping of solid bodies
simultaneously along 2 axis - antigravity devices
with a single or multiple rotating "hierarchial" solid
metal discs.
2.2.1. One disk devices
a. Prof. Laithwaite's experiments with a 10
kg precessing disk, rotating simultaneously along a
vertical and a horizontal axis and loosing 80% of its
weight - a photograph.
b. Demonstration of Laithwaite's experiment
with a 20 kg steel disk - either a real demonstration,
or a video clip from Japanese TV of my
experimental confirmation of prof. Laithwaite's
results (depending on time available).
2.2.2. Two disc devices
a. Sandy Kidd's experiment of 2 "baby"
gyros, counterrotating along a horizontal axis and
simultaneously spinning that axis along a vertical
one - a video clip from Dundee TV, Scotland, and
Discovery Channel, USA.
b. A similar U.S. patent - drawing of the
2.2.3. Three disc devices - 3 "baby" gyros
spinning together with the carrier, or "mother"
gyro. The experiment of a Phoenix, Arizona
inventor with 3 "baby" gyros (horizontal axis),
spinning with the "mother" gyro (vertical axis) - a
video clip.
2.2.4. Devices with four and more in

number discs.
a. The Russian experiments - from the book
"Introduction to Experimental Gravitonics",
published in Russia, showing photographs of about
a dozen antigravity gyroscoping generators.
b. N in number discs gyroscoping
simultaneously along 2 axis. Ottis Car's "baby"
gyros imbedded in the donut shaped "mother" gyro drawings from his patent for a levitating device.
c. G. Adamski's overlapping multiple baby
gyro/ mother gyro device - a color 3D sketch of the
d. Multiple concentric "matryoshka" type
spheres with axis orientation presessing in a 3D
spatial Fibonachi series - the "Levogyre" of a New
York architect - inventor.
e. John Serl's cycloidally rotating hollow
magnetic balls, racing along a toroidal ball race
pipe - 20 rare color photographs of the device in
different stages of construction and in experimental
flight (shown with 2 slides), England, 1965-70.
3. Gravity defying properties of
gyroscoping rotation of fluids.
3.1. Forced gyroscoping of fluids along a
single vertical axis.
a. High school physics of twisters and
tornadoes - or how a 10 ton truck gets sucked miles
up in the air.
b. Levitation of a mercury filled ball,
heated over a candle - an old alchemical
c. Marconi's spherical vortex dynamo
(Marconi Kugel Virbel Dinamo) - a new twist of
the old levitating mercury filled metal ball - a
mercury vortex along a vertical axis. Sketches and
photographs during demo flights of the devices built
by the secret SS R&D department E4 for the Thule
Society, Germany, 1933 - 1945, German videodocumentary.
3.2. Forced gyroscoping of fluids
simultaneously along 2 axis - antigravity devices
with gyroscoping gasses, liquids or gas solid
particulate mixtures.
The 1 meter diameter copper devices of
Victor Schauberger - the visionary genius of vortex
fluid mechanics. Photos of the devices, running on
compressed air or on ... water from the garden
hose, and double force-precessing these fluids
through the helical pipes of the device, profiled like

5.2.1. Frenchman Henry Coanda's

the 3D spiral of the Kudu antelope horns. One of
them was so successful, that it crashed through the privately developed turbojet "Lenticular Aerodyne"
roof of his Viener Neustadt factory in 1943-44, of the 1930ies - the prototype for a whole family of
privately developed turbojet and rocket craft - an
from the German press.
engineering drawing of the craft, showing the
4. Gravity defying properties of gyroscoping double precessing turbojets.
rotation of force fields.
4.1. Hybrid lift from gyroscoping heavy gyroscoping-heavy-mass / gyroscoping entropic lift
mass and gyroscoping force field devices.
a. The first of the German internal
4.1.1. Along one axis.
a. Electric motor type hybrid drives with combustion saucers - the manned helicopter version
spinning mass and spinning magnetic field - the of the V-2 rocket hull, without the rocket engine Vrill levitation and power devices, developed by the the Focke-Wulf Triebfluegel Flugzeug (the
German secret R&D society Vril between 1929 and Helicogyre): subsonic jet helicopter / antiaircraft
1945. Extensive sketches and photographs of the weapons platform - powered by three ramjets
devices in low level demo flights over the secret attached to the tips of the 3 rotor blades (mounted
testing ground of the Vrill society, clips from a midships). An unexpected discovery of antigravity
physical effects due to the spinning of the heavy
German documentary film.
b. Forced synchronized gyroscoping of engines. Drawing of the device.
b. Hybrid helicopter-rotor / gyroscopingnuclear magnetic momenta along the vertical axis
donut-heavy-mass designs with piston and jet
in a quartz crystal due to external magnetic coil
excitor - a declassified information of an US black
- Aviation piston engine / propeller driven
R&D program - from the US press.
antigravity craft built by Junkers, 1941, photo.
4.1.2. Along 2 axis. Synchrotron ring
- Bob Cordray's 1990 Wankel engine
double cycloidal rotation of elementary particles - powered battlefield reconnaissance saucer - the
sketches of the device of Richard Danaerde, SHADOW craft, built for the Pentagon. Did it have
Holland, from the Duch and U.S. press.
a German precursor? - a U.S. newspaper article
4.2. Rotation of force fields around the with photo.
stationary hull of the craft.
- the turbojet engine (Me-262's Junker
electromagnetic dreadnought disc with high Motoren UMO-0101) powered Fluegelrad (Flight
frequency gas turbine generators and electro- wheel) of Rudolph Schriever: speeds of 2,000 km/h,
magnetic propulsion, consisting of rotating 1941-42 - dozen drawings from the German press,
magnetic field around the stationary hull of the 1950s.
craft, that eliminated the necessity to spin the
- Schriever - Habermohl built 2 models of
material rotator - the first prototype of a 'solid rocket engine powered discs during 1942-3 and
state'. no moving parts drive? A German 1943-5, utilizing the "Walther Rohr' rocket engine,
"samizdat" publication.
developed for the Me-163 and Me-263 rocket
interceptors, with top speeds of 2 - 4,000 km/h.
5. Gravity defying properties of gyroscoping
5.2.3. Turbojet gyroscoping mass (nonrotation of entropic phenomena. Hybrid propeller) designs: Getting rid of the helicopter
antigravity drives utilizing several of the above rotor aerodynamic lift for the more efficient
mentioned lift effects.
antigravity lift of the spinning heavy mass/spinning
5.1. N. Kozirev's experiment of weight negentropic phenomenon.
a. Multiple 'outboard' mounted, tangential
reduction due to time-irreversible, entropic
trust standard aviation pulse-, ram- and turbo-jet
dissolution of: a. cube of sugar in a cup of tea.
engines, spinning the body, with no helicopter
b. Some cold water into a thermos of hot water.
5.2. Hybrid drives with gyroscoping mass rotor. High aerodynamic drag resistance of the
and gyroscoping entropic...internal combustion outboard engine pods.
engines: turbo-, pulse-, ram-jet and rocket engines:

b. Spherical craft with inboard mounted

aviation turbine engine(s) spinning the body through
a wide area nozzle, that is the whole external,
porous metal (Luftschaum), spherical skin of the
craft - the so called 'Foo Fighters': the Kugellblitz
(Ball Lightning) automatic fighter; and the
Feuerball (Fireball) antiradar fighter. An enlarged
color photograph, taken over ......Mt. Rainier,
Washington State, 1952. Prof. Dr. Renato Vesco,
the Italian "Werner von Braun" during WW2, talks
in his suppressed book about the German turbojet
saucer R&D effort.
c. Discoid craft (for reduction of the frontal
aerodynamic drag, relative to the above mentioned
spheroid models) with standard inboard turbojets,
spinning the lenticular body of the disc: the first
Belonzo-Schriever-Miethe (BSM) Flugscheibe
(flying disc) interceptor, 1942-3, with additional
horizontal trust jet engines.
d. The second BSM model: custom designed
radial (vertical axis), donut shaped single turbojet
engine, encircling the gyroscopically stabilized
cockpit (placed in the donut hole), and spinning the
body. Counterrotating rotor (turbine/compressor
ring) and stator (turbine stator plus whole airframe
plus fuel tanks, minus cockpit).
e. Blue Book Report Project N=12 - a rare
U.S. Air Force photo of the real AVRO turbojet
fighter disk - only slight intake nacelle
modifications (for increased aerodynamics) on that
old hat - the BSM fighter saucer, 1950-s. Also an
Argentinean Air Force fighter gun camera footage
of the same craft.
f. Look Magazine's 3-D drawings of the
original BSM turbojet disc - one of the real
'AVRO Cars', built by Miethe for "A. V. Roe
Ltd." of Canada, 1954.
5.2.4. Gyroscoping rocket engine driven
saucers with out- and in-board motors.
a. The "Outboard motor" rocket craft with
V-2 engines - a drawing from the German press,
b. Miethe's in-board rocket motor craft drawings.
c. A newspaper account of a Russian exoatmospheric rocket engine saucer that crash landed
in Spitzburg, Norway, 1952.
5.3. Gyroscoping nuclear reactor drives - a
declassified Russian source. A nuclear fission

reaction is also an entropic reaction.

5.4. Gyroscoping "salt shaker" water filled
drive - a simple high school experiment.
The general physical characteristics and
theoretical arguments of antigravity drives have
been traced with a slide presentation of documentary
evidence through academic and public domain rare
reports. The unexpected conclusion is that
gyroscopic antigravity is an inseparable property of
matter, as is for example electromagnetic induction
(any conductor loop moving in a magnetic field will
have current generated in it, and not only
conductors made out of... the (presently fashionable
in the US black R&D program watcher community)
exotic E.T. element 115 - Popular Mechanics, Feb.
Antigravity is extremely easy to produce
without any "alien", E.T. or Sci-Fi hardware:
simple rotation along a vertical axis decreases the
weight of any and every spinning body, and to use
the folk wisdom: "If you spin 'the hell out of it',
it will lift off and fly away". Antigravity as a
physical variable is proportional to the rotational
inertial momentum of the spinning body and to
the angular velocity (to the mass and to the rpms).
With this simple theory we can even answer
the question of "How to build a better flying
saucer?": From the slow spinning of "brute"
masses to the relativistic spinning of high frequency
fine energy fields - this is the road towards the
design of a solid state antigravity drive without
moving parts.


Was it a simple mistake, or was it an

intentional planned bluff? What happened to the 4th
dimension complex terms of the Maxwell's
equations of electromagnetism - the work of Tom
Bearden? The theory of the Ether revisited? The
torsion field theory of Anatoliy Akimov.


1. Acoustic vibratory levitation of stones in
the construction of a buddhist temple, 1920s, an
account from the U.S. and British press.
2. The effect of John Hutchisson,
Vancouver, Canada - RF EM radiation directed at
the levitated target: - a rare documentary video clip
of levitation from a distance of a metal monkey
wrench, a plastic ashtray and a blob of shaving
3. The acoustic levitation of David Deak,
New York - a computer driven audio amplifier/
speaker combination levitates a ball in the air - a
documentary video clip.
4. John Keely, the visionary genius of
acoustic vibratory physics, the father of the
suppressed science of sympathetic vibrations, and
his auditory frequency acoustic levitation devices,
based on the Khladny ring, that were demonstrated
in front of the U.S. war ministry in ... 1862 - rare
photos and books.
5. The "wedding cake" craft from the Dahl
parallel universe - a detailed photograph of the 10

meter diameter craft from ... 10 meters away,

showing the multiple resonating spheres, allowing
it to perform dimensional and time shifts through the
intelligent and energy efficient manipulation of the
space-time continuum.
1. The effect of John Searl - the ball within
a thoroid (both of them electrostatically charged)
propulsion and levitation unit.
2. The Tesla - Marcony spherical
electrostatic condenser type drive. Tesla's early
19th century designs, further developed by
Marcony, and by the private international R&D
effort after WW2, from the Argentinean Andes.
The books of Narcisso Genovese and drawings of
the spherical crafts with "sea-mine" nedles sticking
out of it.
3. The Russian Cosmos Spheres, developed
after WW2 as a possible candidate for the Russian
counterpart of that technology.