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“Galaxy Movement Apparatus” developed by Shintaro Kousaka

Plasma and UFO Technologies

Mr. Shintaro Kousaka is a  Japanese physical scientist with brilliant mind who lived in obscurity. While he was with the Japanese Imperial Army, he worked jointly with Ph.D. Reinhardt Schultz (spelling yet to be verified) in Manchuria which is now a part of China. Having accepted Adolf Hitler’s request to protect this scientific genius of Germany, the Japanese Imperial Army had him move to Manchuria so that he could freely do his research under their aegis there. These two distinguished scientists worked together to develop plasma and UFO technologies with a great success. They created a sphere made of plasma which is virtually considered to be a UFO. Ph.D. Schultz and Mr. Kousaka entered into this sphere and successfully conducted flight experiments. Such experiments were done about 60 to 70 years ago.

Galaxy Movement Apparatus

After returning to Japan, Mr. Kousaka developed the “Galaxy Movement Apparatus”. This mysterious machine is said to be able to virtually reproduce the movement of the Galaxy. It virtually is a model of the solar system with the Sun located at its center and the planets around it. This solar system, while rotating, travels round the central nucleus of the gigantic black hole of the Galaxy. Mr. Kousaka practically created pseudo-weightless space by generating the centrifugal force. Having conducted various experiments with it, he discovered, as a result, that time could become invertible; i.e. time progresses more rapidly when the machine is rotated in the same direction as the earth rotation (right rotation), whereas time goes back in case of left rotation. Unfortunately, details of this amazing machine are not known. Mr. Kousaka passed away in 2007 at the age of 88.

Resemblance to the Zero Time Reference Generator

The galaxy movement apparatus seems similar to the zero time reference generator. According to the book The Montauk Project by Preston Nichlos & Peter Moon, a zero time generator had already been constructed by Nikola Tesla in the 1920′s and it consisted of an assortment of spinning widgets and rotating wheels. A description similar to the foregoing is found in another book by these two authors, Encounter in the Pleiades: an Inside Look at UFOs. In the glossary portion of it on Page 244, there is a detailed technical description of 435 Mhz which I understand was offered to Preston Nichlos by his Pleiadian contacts—The spinner base of our reality is the fabric of space-time oscillating at 435 Mhz. This relates to the diameter of the black hole at the center of our galaxy based upon cyclotronic resonance because the black hole spins based upon the size and speed at which it’s rotating and the energies being pulled through it at the speed of light.  This is an amazing synchronicity.

Note: The aforementioned information was extracted from a Japanese book, The World will make Great Transformation by about 2020, by Mr. Yukio Funai (published on May 31, 2010 by Tokuma).

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