In the full conception. all mani f estations of " all for ma a r e
like beautiful flower s in a vas t garden Where many col ors
and many kinds bloom harmoniously together . Each blossom
feels its el f through the manifestation Of another . The low
l OOks up t o the tal l. The tall looks dmvn t he low. The va-
rious colOrs are a del ight to all . The manner of growth fi -
lls their interest and int ensifies a desi re for fulfi llment.
In obServing the beauty unfold t hat lies donnant wi thin,
whether in a. day Or a century. design gradually beCJrne8 rran-
ifest - in color. in a fragrance sweet to all others . Each
glorifies itself bf service reDierod unto ; and in
turn. receives f r an &11 omera. All in t he. t gr eat field Of
beauty are the givers and r eceiver s . vessels t hr ough which
flOWS a melOdy from the Highest . Thus £lone serve at the f oot
of t he throne . while others serve a'Dove t he throne and all
ar ound it. Each with ot her . expreSsing only joy
because priVileged to serve.
country)
"
(The Gr ea t Mas tAr in that





( 9- 4 ) (Revised) (Ceasod )
( 9- 5 ) Sem1c:onduc t o r COil/Landau Osc iUat o r
( 9- 6 ) J.andeu Oe ciDator of TOrus Shape
( 9- 1) Ie eou/ G Reactor
( 9- 8 ) Beike's l.aw t o 0 Reacto r
110 Tim.e Reversinq Machine
( 10- 1) --- ( 10-4 ) (Revised) (Ceased)
( 10- 5 ) Infini t e Degr oes o f Fr eedom o f Torus Shape
( 10- 6 ) Chain of Unce rtainty
( 10- 1) T i me Re flect i on o f F.lect r Dma'P1e t lc Wa ve
I II InveJ'ae-G Space Vehicle of John R.R. Searl ' s
1<6
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168
114
( II - I ) Exper i mental Results in Uni ted Ki ngdom I!:l)
( 1I - 2) The Searl Effects <---_."" ISC
( 11 - 3) Geodesic SaWng towards the Moon ( Luna r Journe y)
111 The Tenth Planet
( 12- 1) Introduct i on
( 12 - 2) Di stribution o f Energy Tensor
( 12 3 ) Mass Dist r ibuti on of Terre strial Planets
( 12- 4) The Or bit o f tho Tenth Pl ane t
f U Periodic Chart of Elementary Particles
( 13 I ) rnt r inaic Pr incipal Quantum Numbe r
( 13- 2 ) ClaSsificati on with Int r ins ic Pr inCipal Quantum
Numbe r
§ 14 Solid State Battery (Revi sed) (Ceased )
§ u Decay of Luci fe l
§ 11 Expel im.ental Results
( 16- 1) lrnav,ina r y DC- Current by G
( 16 2) (Re v i sod / Ceased)
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(8 2) M o e b i u ~ ,'iountl
(8-:-1) J,()I!S of G
( Fig . 94 )
(Photo 39 )
(8-3) Loss of G
We shall feeQ electric current to Moebius CoiJ as in the
fallowing Fig. Then, Klein Bottle (torus coil) loses weight
as on the fallowing table. Experimental specifications are as
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(8-4) HetlJruof ITi , Lory
(j() A OC to a Moebius coil of 3 turrw.
(Photo 41)
Fall ing mass attains /
at/
while does
s=- ~ (2)2=_ 1. 960 em
t = 2 second,
~ ,
s-=--1.960+--yXl-==-J,470em at t=3
aftor ttITlerevcrsal of /
t =:; second.
Fachyon of 2 c attains
L= 20 c
at/
t = 10 second
whi l_e signal docs
L= 10 c .
That tachyon catches a sig nal of /
t = _." 1 0 second ,
reBul ting in time reversal of this system.
Mass is repolled by g, reslll ting in lOSS of weight.
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(9-6) Landau (l,eillatof of TOfu, Shape
n -= 13
does number of stag es.
One gets vOltage ratio percentage TJ of /
r;-= lOO%X : 442%
which exceeds 1 DO % al
quantal anergy comes down
against time. The next p.hoto
indicates OSCillogram of 17
phasos ondless anrpJ.ifier,
which is rectangUlar wave.
13 stages automatically
gonerate 13 phases rectang-
ular curTsnt.
The fallowing o8cHlogram
SbOW8 the first phase of 21
staged enol.ess amplifier
and the second.
One can find phaso
shift of 41l"/21. Stabi-
1ized power supply is
passable and dry lnttery
is best.
Photo 36
(9-7) IC Coil/G Reactor
We can also make Landau Oscillator with SN7404 (Hex Invert·
ors) as it has 6 inverters when we combine
invertors sori.ally (See the next drawing ).
form 17 phases Oscillator as/
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odd number of
3 1eG of SN7401



Fig. 79
Fig.32
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at
, ( .
, = - 1.960 + y' 2) = 0.
t = 4, ucoruJ •
which 10 nothing but the ini t ial position.
It i8 r easonable to understand that time begins to reve rse
at.
I = 2 ucond
We ahall again r e member that energy 10 nothing rut c tlmse
momentum 1n t i me di r ection such that/
W= c/I- = ",,' (dT =±JI 8'dt).
We accordingly obtain/
dl
me' tIT < 0
dl < 0
<IT
to negatively ener giec:l body.
That 10 t o Bay. velocty along time axis 10 negati ve with
respect to proper t i me . Time becomes negative wi th proper
time . which 18 alwa ys positive. Namel y. time r eve rsee. We can
go backwards the lnfln1 t o chain ot unce r t -
alnty. stated. before . The (Orme r photo of books on the cOver
ot the othe r bOOk state s this physical f act.
The f Ollo wing photo e xplains one o f the prope rties of c r ea-
ture . i n which eggs stand. f Or genss. A hen 18 de t e r mined t o
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F i g. 89

Fig. 90
Photo 37
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~
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g088 up to i nfinity as i t 1s
defined. by the 11.m1 t ot /
IJW=tim sin""
w-+c:o Trt
as shown upon the tOllowing
draWing. Peak at origin attain
l ntl n1 ty and. wave lenght does
zer O when
w= 2 ltl _00.
Va ry high fre quency co rre-
sponds With negative time
to < Mi xed Transi s -
tor i z e d Coil > when
that frequency comes
down as upon the
next drawing.
That 18 to say.
tUDe or delta pulse
1s renected. (nega-
tive time ).
Detection of this
pulse gi ves fading
as that of Moecow


( 11- 1) Hllperlmental ae.ull. in United Kln r dom
§ I I Inverse- G Space Vehicl e of
John R. R. Searl' s
(II - I) Experimental Results In
Un i l ed Ki ngdom
Ro tat I nl e I ec t ric fie I d ot eng1n 18
iZed t:y D'I cl'arging or discharg1ng n spher I ca I conden -
sers set at n vert.eces ot regular n-polygon wit h n - phase s
cur r e n t or rot a tin gel e c t ric d j pol e o! a 18-1r
of charged spheres . J 0 h n R. R. Sea r I ( 17 St eJ)hen's Close,
II ORT Ill ER , Berkshire, R0 7-3 TX, ENGLAND) proluood inYer -
field by rotating segnerrted rotors between eleC"tratl'.l.g-
nets. whiCh COrreapa1ds with the mgthOd of The craf t
.... s c1rama1;ical..ly repelled by the ear1:h g- fiel.d ae calc\lla1;ed
1n the cl'wi.pter 10, and just as 1n P1cture 17 and 18.
Picture 17
Mr . Searl (the le ft ) and hie disc wblch drama-
ti c ally fl o ate 1n g-epac • .


( B-1 ) E:r:perimonhl Ruulh in United Kincdom
Picture 18
Mr. Searl. one of his friends and hh disc
which s hows pair annhilation Slow on the rim.
On the other han:1. induced elect.ric potent1a1 as stated by
(8- 17), is obtain8l1, Which is f 8l1 back w electro-1llBgllets .
The ca.rft herself is a great electric genera:tor. In virtUe
of this !'eed -back the r O"tOr 91>981s up on and on. aJl1 :!inally
attains a certain equilibrium. I t i9. then. at the electric
potent1al of some modest 1 013 (1'o8n 1'.r1111on) v 0 It.
Ambient vacuum Wh1ch 1s charac1'.er18't1c 1'.0 negative energy
(concsrn8l1 with pair annhil.at.ion) makes it keep such an
ultra hlgh eleCT.ric pot,ential.
On t he "t.hird hand. !low1ng ra"t.e o! energy !rc:m ou"t..er g-s];8.ce
1s est.1.mat .ed 1 aU ...... 1 0
16
Cl'um1red.S "t.rll.lion or "t.en thousands
"t.rillion) wa t t s C"t.hou.sa.nds bUllon ...... 't.en "t.rtlllon b:)rse-
power), Which has been pr8l1ict.ed bY (8-28). Thl.s work:1ng
corresponds w1"t.h JJ = 5 "t.on 1n (8-28) .
Mr. Searl has COIls1'.r..lC'ted 40 ve hie I e S I several o! Wl11ch
ar e opera"t.1ng . M::>ST. o! "t.hem have T.he d.1amet.er o! aboUt. twen-
i.y f eet" WhUe t.he larges1'. t.hat. o! abOu"t. 38 feeT. CRe! . 68
and 69). He sent her o.ra.w1ng as in Fig. 35.
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( JI-I ) EJlp . rimen ll' R.lull, in Unll.d Iincdo.
t
... ""

I
Pip; . 35
:!f.
~ l i
---
Ro ugh Ske t c h o f SUr.hlp Ezek lei
whi oh
,.
in t ended
' 0
go o v e r
' 0
t he moon.
Nati onal Space Research Consortium is cOrlstrJ.C-
t l ~ < S tar 5 hip E z e k i e I > with the d1Amet.er o! 46· 20
meter aJl:1 the s'.JIID1t o! 6.8., wlthwh1ch manned lunar
f I ill h t 18 planned . The pressure in "he cabin 1s IldJustatle
1'rom 6 LBS per SQ . incht.o7 LBS per SQ . Inch.
tempara ".Jre f rom 6 O· F 1;() 1 06· F .
He showed her atruct:u-e as 1n P1cture 19.
1 9 Structur e of Searl's D i sc .
( I I - 2) Th e Se a r I E ff e c t s
11 ) Inverse Gravitation
Gravitation 'to negative energy s tate 1s repul.slve. according
to whi ch ne81nlvel,y energle<! bCX1y 18 repelle<! by ERr1;h.
The law of Newtonian grav i tat ion 1s descr1bed bY.
f = kMm ( I I-I )
r'
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( 11 -3) Geodeale S .illnc lo .. .,'da lhe )toon
( The Lunar Trip )
reduces to
= 1. (.lJI+ i + 1n l A +JI +/)j = 1.(v'xex R)
2 2 R
,
( = f J I +A' dAJ.

1t we p.1t. Using
x = r l = 34.5 X 10"1..
ot ( 11-13) and ( 11-19) . we Obt.a1n
+ 1n ,;x=R .. ..IX J
,/l1
(11-22)
t.Z8.94 hOurs. CiI-23)
whicn shows 'tha't it takes only about nine hou r s to reach
the g-f1eld Of the moon.
You will pl."""e remember that ohem1cal. rocksts Of NASA take
near J,y three clays. and boor t a st 1 t 1s. We tinally show
< I n ve r se-G 5 pace veh i c Ie> Wb1ch is on t he ground.
P1cture 20
Inverse-G Space Vehicle on the ground.
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(11-3) Oeode.ie Rail in, to.arda tb. Moon (The Lunar Trip)
Dip of g eomagnetic fleld 18 69 dei r Ae in Berkshlre. Leaning
~ n g l e of Levit y Dt.e i. al.o 69 degree in Picturel7
CInve r8e-o ~ a c e Vehicle o ri "D1.. In ,eoG4&neUc direction)
Name ly. z-dlr e ctl o n of Nuclear Electric Reeonance coinc i d e s
wlth geome gnettc. We can flnd tha1. geomagne ti c field le ....
use o f re sonan c e aagnetlc field.
lir. Sea rl haa been cone 1.rucUng Demone1.ratlon Craf t 'I (Feb-
r uary i n 1972). Cabin of this vehicl e le ehown on Pict u r e
*23, where we can find. a large nueber of control11ng panele.
Pic.23
Thie Decons tra ti on Craft ie t o be used as training vehicle
of launching and landing. Star Ship Ezekiel with diameter of
abou1. 50 meters ls , fUr.theraao re . cone 1.ruc t ed tor Lunar Journey.
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( 16 1 ) Imasioa,y Output Potential _ith O- Kleinean Coil
Pictur e /I; 24
+
Output
Fig. S4
Pictur e /I; 25
RMS Output in the One
I. 9 v
d i r ection
another 6witching di r e -
I. 6 v
ctlon
fr equency o f 3 pha6e6
2 MHz
current
3 !base s curren t pOten-
I 0 0 v
t ial
Output Coil
20 K1einean Turns
( o f vinyl cupper , )
wi r e:
B,TiO, Di sc diameter of 40 %
Date 45/ 20h/18/\1arch/1974
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(21-3 ) 8i,..1 V. IHi l , •• Olh, '1 .....
Three t ranscendental number s in par enthesises means that nu -
merical values on the r ight hand s ide nearly equal r espectively.
Sum of transcendental numbers see ms to produce transcendental
ones. because or which we put theee into par entheoises.
I n recourse to charecter istic form of (2 1-6 ) " e call these
<cr oss word. transcendental numbe r >. which seems t o play impO-
rtant roles when one performs anal ysi s or fundamental physical
r elations.
We shall discues elsewhere .
(21- 3) Signal Velocity on Other Planets
As signal number Of.
Co = 2 /I" .. 3 x I 0" """"
= 2. 9978458 X 10" ""'""
1. nothing bu t.
= 2/1""( planet number) X 10· "'Ysoc (21 - 7)
that upon Mars as the • th planet would. be .
C. = 2/1""4 X 10· "'Ysoc
= 3. 7828544 X 10· "'Y... (21 - 8)
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