Origins of Energy Synthesis by Professor Eric Dollard – VIDEO

Eric P Dollard, the only scientist alive to have recreated the work of Nikola Tesla.

Demonstration of the difference between conventional (Transverse wave Tech) and Longitudinal Wave (Tesla wave) propagation of electric energy.

Longitudinal energy traveling at 126% of the speed of light.

Origins of Energy Synthesis by Professor Eric Dollard – VIDEO

April 17, 2013

One of the single most important lectures ever made on electricity is now here in crystal clear audio.

The Professor makes it clear that “free energy” is not some wild fantasy but is inherent to our how energy grid works. Effort has to be made to suppress this aspect of our energy grid and it most certainly is. This lecture goes deep and will shatter the misconceptions of even advanced electrical engineers.

This lecture was suppressed for over six years by San Francisco Tesla Society President George Gaboury. It was leaked two years ago but with horrid sound and now thanks to the efforts of We the people in exposing the fraud that is Mr. Gaboury and the amazing efforts of David Webster we have gotten the official video from another anonymous source!

There are still 10 more hours of video being suppressed by M.r George Gaboury. Let’s keep the pressure on.

Please click the link to see the video.

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