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"The Source Field Investigations", the new book by David Wilcock

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posted on Feb, 4 2012 @ 05:08 PM
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7. The survivors built pyramids to heal and stabilize the Earth on its axis in the aftermath of this catastrophe;

Number 7 is a hoot.

Where is there any evidence that a pyramid is anything other than an orderly pile of rocks?
Where is there any evidence that a pyramid has any affect on the Earth's axial orientation?




posted on Feb, 4 2012 @ 05:13 PM
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Wilcock also repeats the hoax of the Kaznachayev experiment. Who is this person and where was this published? This is simply the same sort of hoax as the claims of the Gulf Stream shutting down and the claims of ice cores from Antarctica and other claims based on fake reports of scientific work.

The claim is that diseases can be spread through quantum effects.


Where is the original research paper? Where? What research institution? Where is the original journal?

It's a fake. Get used to finding out that Wilcock dupes people. That is his MO



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 11:33 AM
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Professional Intuitive Consultant (his self-proclaimed field of expertise) Wilcock repeatedly regurgitates that he can substantiate, factually, some-most-all of his proclamations. Go ahead - pick a book, pamphlet, video, radio show at your choice - under the lowest magnification of the Scrutineer's microscope, he doesn't provide any serious resources that can be tested. Underlying this glaring lack of authenticity is the undeniable truth that Wilfraud summarizes - plagiarizes - the works and words of others. His references are only as deep as the sources of his plagiarism.

Which, by and by, he is so often erroneously quotes you have to wonder if Wilfraudcock ever researches any of the researchers. Bet not.

Gosh darnit, OK, we just have to take his word. Gosh darnit, that's the problem. He's a fraud and in the end-all, all one has in the review of Wilcock is the credibility of one.



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 12:01 PM
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I read this book and did enjoy it.. But I did squint allot when he references Russian Scientists and their work on pyramids. Not that there is no substance to Russian scientists, but they are unknowns to me. So what is left are carrots on a string, dangling in front of those who really want to know the answer to something, or is there another way to walk/view this earth. We are stuck answering our questions on our own.

I like to hear him speak on coastTocoast, he does deliver. Now is it fact or fiction? I'm not too sure, but I do Google a lot of what he says and a lot of results are in pieces.

But we on ATS are also aware of how the discredit game can go, meaning, maybe these Russian scientist are on to something and their names and achievements were shot down and DW is bringing them back to mainstream conversations… Just a thought…

His Book was entertaining and it does make you go wow, can we really do this? Do this really work like that?

Among the many topics he discusses, WC in his writing format suggests that we can build a mini pyramid ourselves and see the effects. I’ve been really considering putting my garden under a pyramid, of course to size… He does give examples of what other scientists have achieved with these pyramids.



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 12:19 PM
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don't let the small-minded members here taint you with their mis-information and wilcock-hating....

the source field investigations is founded on pretty solid science...do your own research and don't let these goons tell you otherwise.

for instance: the russian pyramid studies. i made this post in another thread, in order to show that the science is real.

visit this page to get the summary of the studies

CONCLUSION/SUMMARY OF RESEARCH FINDINGS:

Summarizing we may infer that the inerton field, a new physical field, which as fundamental as the electromagnetic one may well have been known by the architects of the Great Pyramid. They built the Great Pyramid as the House that was saturated with inerton waves.


this "inerton" field, i believe, is synonymous with wilcock's "source field". the scientists regularly interchange the use of "inerton" field with the "aetheric" field, which is a revival of the "ether", which is very much synonymous with the "source field".

referred post


some relevant Research Studies

List of research studies by Volodymyr Krasnoholovets AS OF 2008.





~ Real inertons against hypothetical gravitons. Experimental proof of the existence of inertons published by the senior scientist of the russian pyramid research I cited earlier. "Volodymyr Krasnoholovets and Valery Byckov Institute of Physics, National Academy of Sciences, Prospect Nauky 46, UA-03028 Ky¨ıv, Ukraine October 1998 – November 1999"

~ also by the same scientist, this paper highlights that "The prehistoric Egyptian civilization was aware of the subtle properties of matter and used the Earth inerton field in the pyramids for applied purposes." REASONS FOR GRAVITATIONAL MASS AND
THE PROBLEM OF QUANTUM GRAVITY
published in "V. Krasnoholovets, Reasons for graviational mass and the problem of quantum gravity, Ether, Spacetime and Cosmology, Vol. 1. Eds.: M. C. Duffy, J. Levy and V. Krasnoholovets (PD Publications, Liverpool, 2008), pp. 419-450 (ISBN 1 873 694 10 5)."

~ another paper by him about "inertons" Space Structure and Quantum Mechanics

~ "This is one more proof of Krasnoholovets' concept regarding the existence of a substructure of the matter waves of moving/vibrating entities, i.e. the inerton field, which has been predicted in a series of his previous works." ON THE BEHAVIOR OF PHYSICAL PARAMETERS OF AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS AFFECTED BY THE INERTON FIELD OF TESLAR TECHNOLOGY

~ ALTERATIONS IN STRESS PARAMETERS IN RATS HOUSED IN A PYRAMID MODEL - SEASONAL VARIATIONS published by "SUREKHA BHAT, GURUPRASAD RAO, K.DILIP MURTHY AND P.GOPALAKRISHNA BHAT" of "Department of Biochemistry, Melaka Manipal Medical College, Manipal University, Manipal, India; Department of Physiology, School of Medicine Universiti of Malaysia Sabah, Sabah, Malaysia. Department of Biochemistry, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal"

~ The Great Pyramid as an Aether Wind Trapping Site by by Volodymyr Krasnoholovets.

~ another page of useful information

~ Volodymyr Krasnoholovets with respect to the book "The Giza Power Plant":

The book keeps pace with my recent findings in the area of fundamental physics: the oriented pyramid is a resonator of the Earth inerton waves, that is, the aether wind, which was elusive from scientists in the 19th and the beginning of 20th centuries. When Einstein proposed his very formal general relativity all studies, which touched the aether problems, were abandoned. However, today the inerton field is already revealed. The field influences objects in the same way as ultrasound. That is why I absolutely support Chris Dunn's theory: indeed, the Pyramid was constructed as a power plant that transduced the Earth vibrating energy into the electromagnetic energy. That is why the book is highly recommended to all thinking scientists, especially, physicists.


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posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 12:46 PM
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Originally posted by syrinx2112

I like to hear him speak on coastTocoast, he does deliver.


You must be referring to the interview with Noory when Wilfraud unequivocally stated that "disclosure" would happen in November 2009, the TV space had already been booked etc.

Coast to Coast didn't by his story and lets remember George buys into everything.

I could say that Wilcock destroyed any credibility he majickally conjured up for himself when he announced that disclosure was going to happen on Nov 27th, 2009, that a 2 hour special was going to be aired before the end of that year, and how that air time had already been filled with this special announcement which was to include president Obama introducing human looking aliens to the world.



But I would be lying.

This fraud debunked himself dozens on dozens of times years before this debacle.

Folks, quit being his tool.

Let him face some healthy criticism for a change. He's a big boy fraud now playing big boy fraud games.



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 01:07 PM
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I see... He delivers as in... he is a good speaker and entertaining.. Yep, I did mention we have to research on our own.

Back to the book, I found it good and it made me wonder, or I should say, the book gave some good things to look up/research...





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posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 01:28 PM
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I will concede Wilfraudcock one positive attribute. He is a perfect mirror for people who support him to know that it's time, now, immediately, to do a serious self-check on your (perceptions of) reality.

Especially since Wilfraud was outed for his pathetic delusions of Nov 2009 (Obama will disclose...alien ships will land...blah blah...lie...lie...lie), the multitudinous and mountainous amount of indisputable evidence - prior and post 2009 - that David Wilcock is a high level, scumbag-fraud forces any present Wilcock supporter to either honestly reassess their position or seek psychiatric help.

One or the other, it's as plain as ears on an elephant. These are the only choices left.

So, yeah, thanks Wilfraud, at least you have a microgram of value.



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 01:39 PM
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can you explain what is fraudulent about his book? He cites thousands of scientific resources in order to illustrate his point(s).

refer to my previous post; wilcock has a whole chapter dedicated to the pyramids, can you explain how the russian pyramid research is fraudulent?

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posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 01:45 PM
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The problem is not being Russian or any other nationality. I have read a number of important works done in Russia. They do excellent work there. The issue is that the named individual cannot be located. Their work cannot be located. A while back there was the claim that the Gulf Stream was stopping and an Italian name was used. No such person exists. That is the problem: using fake people as sources of information.



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 01:47 PM
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So giving this fictional field a name is supposed to legitimize this hoax?


That's pretty funny.



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 01:49 PM
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Originally posted by stereologist
Does anyone want to attempt to defend any of Wilcock's ideas?


In every forum therein lies fools.



I don't need to read any book by him to know how nutty his ideas are. It only takes a few paragraphs to realize how poorly he researches subjects if he does at all.


I have read all of Wilfraudcock's baloney. Been to a "Wilcock conference" aka demogodic speech. He's a fraud, a liar, a hoaxer. The only people who support him are either delusional or out-and-out morons.

Or both, yeah, I forgot that possibility.



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 02:01 PM
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Originally posted by stereologist

The problem is not being Russian or any other nationality. I have read a number of important works done in Russia. They do excellent work there. The issue is that the named individual cannot be located. Their work cannot be located. A while back there was the claim that the Gulf Stream was stopping and an Italian name was used. No such person exists. That is the problem: using fake people as sources of information.


Or, in Wilcock's case, he also plagiarizes, refers or quotes others material without researching their validity.

Over the decades, frauds don't change their M.O.s Nothing new here. Wilfraud uses scientific theories, to quote Mark Twain "in the same way a drunk uses a lamp pole".

Sadly from personally experiencing the audience Mr Wilcox is tragically exposed, to many youthful - in mind or body; people pursuing scientific or esoteric knowledge often in their initial stages of exploration.

It's the last thing folks (of any age for that matter) striving for spiritual maturity need is another fraudetractor to jumble their already scrambled realities.



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 02:11 PM
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I have been searching for articles on inertons and all I can find are a few references in obscure journals. All of the articles are old suggesting this line of thinking has been discarded.

This looks like the idea is dead.

There are warnings that the inerton sites are attack sites designed to infect visitors with viruses.



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 02:42 PM
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haha i love how you so foolishly said that wilcock's sources are fictional or don't exist,

before you even read up in the thread and see that I showed a plethora of studies done by the very same scientist that wilcock cites in the book!


and then when you see he exists, you find an entirely different foundation for your irrational close-mindedness: the "fictional" field that the (fictional?:lol
scientist studies!


and then you go on to using sarcasm and name calling, the usual last resorts for any ignorant & slanderous dis-information peddler.

where's your physics degree? do you have the credentials that this international team of scientists do? I highly doubt you have any credibility in the field, so your opinions will be treated as such.

this highly credited team of scientists > any un-credible anonymous forum-posting"know-it-all"

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posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 04:41 PM
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Actually you have foolishly told fibs about what I have stated about Wilcocks. Wilcock and you misrepresent what is written by others.

So what we have here is a few papers by some pyramid guy that has not been accepted by other academics and you seem to think that is meaningful. Do you have anything at all to show that anyone else sees anything useful in this proposal? I don't. I can't find anyone that cites these papers or even uses the term.

What I think is not important. What the scientific community thinks is important. The scientific community sees no value in this material. In fact, we see that the author of the paper has not followed up on these ideas and instead has moved onto another issue - peddling the pseudoscience of pyramids.

These pyramids peddlers are not highly credited scientists. That is your opinion and rather meaningless.



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 06:11 PM
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so nothing is new to me, you hold the position that only mainstream science is valid. that was apparent from the get-go.

i'm not trying to prove anything to you, you represent the voice of the opposition just fine. i'm just presenting the information that other members are unable or unwilling to research on their own.

but nothing changes the fact that you are a nobody on a message board, and they are a highly credible team of 5 or 6 scientists, PhDs, and electrical engineers. their combined knowledge greatly exceeds your opinion or my opinion.

if you did your own research you would know that the Russian government's Space program used THIS scientist's pyramid-charged quartz crystals in their own space station. the team's work is not unnoticed, or unknown, or dismissed.

the studies involving pyramids are still very new, still being understood, interested scientists are still acclimating to the idea and there will be many more such studies in the future.

once again, PhDs & lots of published scientific papers > anonymous nobody on ATS



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 07:52 PM
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they are a highly credible team of 5 or 6 scientists, PhDs, and electrical engineers. their combined knowledge greatly exceeds your opinion or my opinion.

No. They are a group of nobodies with ideas that no other researchers consider worthy. They are not credible and their ideas are not credible.


if you did your own research you would know that the Russian government's Space program used THIS scientist's pyramid-charged quartz crystals in their own space station. the team's work is not unnoticed, or unknown, or dismissed.

I do not believe you. You have already lied about what I posted. Why should anyone believe this claim?


the studies involving pyramids are still very new, still being understood, interested scientists are still acclimating to the idea and there will be many more such studies in the future.

Actually this shows you have done no research. Claims about pyramids are not new. It's a silly craze that shows up every once in a while and each time it is as ridiculous as it was before.

Pyramids power is just another laughable pseudoscience topic for the gullible.



posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 08:06 PM
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You are free to attack theories, explanations, posts, etc. but not fellow members.

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posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 08:58 PM
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this "inerton" field, i believe, is synonymous with wilcock's "source field".

That is wrong.

The inerton field has nothing to do with Wilcock's hoax called the source field.

The paper says "no motion no gravity."



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