Questions and Answers

In this page you can post your questions about Paul LaViolette’s work and the various theories discussed on  Currently Posting of Questions is Turned Off.

108 Responses to Questions and Answers

  1. Bob Gray says:

    Hi Dr. LaViolette,

    I’ve been trying to figure out how to explain 2 aspects of electrodynamics using your subquantum kinetics theory with no luck, yet. Perhaps you could explain or point me in the right direction.
    1) How to use subquantum kinetics to describe a constant, uniform magnetic field? For example in a solenoid. I am particularly hung up with the magnetic field at the center of the solenoid, along the solenoid symmetry axis. In what direction are the subquantum particles (X, Y, etc.) moving for positions along the symmetry axis? What direction is their gradient? On the symmetry axis, the magnetic field is suppose to be the same as any other position in the solenoid. But I don’t see how this can work with the X, Y particles.
    2) How to explain the polarizability of light using subquantum Kinetics? I see in your book, Fig. 45 where you have high and low phiX and phiY, as a model for EM-waves, but I don’t see how you get a polarizability from this.

    By the why, I think the conventional picture of EM waves you have in Fig. 45 is incorrect. Correct that it is the conventional picture, but the conventional picture is wrong. The problem is that the H-vector should be shifted by 90 degrees. This is because the maximum *change* in E induces maximum H. The picture shows zero change in E (derivative of E) inducing maximum H.

    Bob Gray

  2. John P. says:

    Hi Dr. LaViolette,

    I’m currently reading “Subquantum Mechanics: 3rd Edition” and would like some elucidation on the different modes of waves described in Chapter 3.

    I’m an undergraduate studying mechanical engineering and physics a research university, and I find myself unable to communicate the idea of a ‘periodic steady state wave’ to my colleagues. An ‘inhomogeneous oscillatory state’ wave structure intuitively makes more sense to me as it is a wave that propagates (it seems to me that all waves should propagate in some way). I can’t think of an appropriate analog for a stationary and sustained wave though. It seems easier to think about it as a spatially sustained concentration gradient than any wave I can think of wave. If you have any metaphor or analog or information that could make this concept clearer to me I would appreciate it.

    I also would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your contribution thus far to the field of mircophysics and science in general. Your work has brought real meaning to the path I’m pursuing, and I look forward to exploring the boundaries of science and engineering through the lens of subquantum kinetics.

    John P.

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      Understanding how a reaction-diffusion wave is created can be understood by understanding a simple two-box model with two variables X and Y which diffuse between the boxes. X is high in one box and Y is high in the other box. Even though X diffuses from the high-X/low Y box into the high-Y/low-X box, Y still remains high because reactions in that box convert X into Y. This happens just as fast as Y leaves that box due to its diffusion into the high-X/low-Y box. So there is a steady state maintained. The analogy in every day experience is the process of conformity, where people immigrate to a new country and begin adopting the language and customs of that new country even though they used to speak a different language and have different customs in the country they came from. These are universal principles found in many parts of nature. As above, so below.

    • Mary says:

      Kudos to you John P. !
      It thrills my heart that you, one from the next generation,
      is taking up the torch of Subquantum Kinetics.
      You pay our beloved Dr. LaViolette a great homage,
      and bring joy to his heart as well, I am sure.
      With great respect and encouragement for success in your studies,
      Mary Schanno

  3. john doe says:

    Dear Dr. Laviolette,

    Are you aware of the DTIC portal of hundreds of thousands of tech reports in pdf format?

    Here for example is a search for ‘antigravity propulsion’ which retrieved 74 tech reports:*

  4. I’m sorry if someone’s already asked– direct me to the comment if so– but have you (or someone you know of) tried to create a vehicle driven by this electrogravitic principle?

    I’m interested in designing and building one as well.

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      Some have a field propulsion vehicle project in progress. It is only a matter of time before they have built one.

  5. Klemen says:

    Hello Paul

    I have question regarding our sun.

    15 years ago I attended a lecture on Indian Vedas.
    Speaker among others talked also about our sun and on how vedas describe sun differently then our modern science.

    Vedas claim that sun is created and after some time it expires. Life span of our sun is specified in vedas with exact number of years (I don’t remember number but it was large).

    He went on saying that vedas claim that the coldest and darkest planet in our sun system is our sun.
    He said that this planet (our sun) is surround by water(he did not said if this was liquid water or vapour) and this water is key to power that is emitted from sun.
    He said also that universe is pervaded by some kind of energy that vedas call it paramesthya( I am not sure if I got name right but spelling for sure is not : )
    This energy somehow interacts with water that surrounds sun and this interaction gives power to the sun.

    Back then I thought this to be strange concept, but by listening to your theory I find it more likely.

    What is your opinion on this concept?

    Thanks And best Regards

  6. Thomas says:

    Hello. Some questions for Mr. LaViolette. I am very interested in the nature of gravity itself. As I understand, the best explanation mainstream science has, is Einsteins General Relativity. Since his Special Relativity has been proven beyond reasonable doubt (according to the experts) isn’t his GR equally proven? I understand that you do not agree with GR? Could you please point me to where I can understand for myself, that his theory is not a fact? Is there really any observational/experimental evidence for GR? Physicists say that all their observational evidence (bending of light near massive objects etc) point to the direction that Einstein was right. How do you refute them? I’m just curious, not arguing against you.

    I understand that your theory is subquantum kinetics. Forgive me, I have not read through it perfectly. But what do you say of Gravitational and Acceleration Fields? NASA scientist Paul R. Hill came to the conclusion in his analysis of UFOs, that they are propelled by force fields or acceleration fields generated inside the object.

    So, can’t Einstein’s “distortion of space-time” instead be “force fields around masses” as an alternative explanation for gravity? That all bodies have their own force fields, like UFOs?

  7. Garland Bauch says:

    Would it be possible to localize the anti-gravity effects into a column from earth’s surface to earth orbit for the use of launching Space Shuttles with payload from earth’s surface?

  8. Pete Nelson says:

    I first encountered the phrase “feeling tone” in The Seth Material ( some 30 or so years ago. I have read all of that Material, much of it numerous times, and I am most definitely a devotee (still). I would describe myself as an “advanced student”, since learning never stops.

    I am wondering whether you are familiar with The Material. It has much in common with yours. I have also read several of your books and very much like and agree with your theory of continuous creation.


    • Paul LaViolette says:

      Yes, years back when I was in the process of developing subquantum kinetics, I came across the Seth Material and purchased a few of the books. My father also got very interested in it and we used to have long discussions about it, among other things on how its ideas about creation related to what subquantum kinetics taught. By the way, before she began her writing, the author and channeler, Jane Roberts, used to work as a secretary in Niskayuna, NY at the GE Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory, where my father used to work when I was growing up.

  9. Matt Crowson says:

    Hi Doc;

    I have been doing hobby research for years on T.T. Brown, Tesla, and Victor Schauberger’s theories, also being an amateur physics nerd since I was as kid.

    I ran across and read you book a year or so back, and was wondering if you had tried reconstructing Brown’s Asymmetric capacitor thruster disc using a high k dialectic shaped based on Schauberger’s Logarithmic vortex spirals, basically looks like the valve out of car engine. There is a picture in Schauberger’s book “Living Energies” in the chapter on the Repulsin.

    I haven’t had a chance to build one myself but from what I understand of Brown’s work and what I read in your book. in theory it should increase the thrust of the “thruster.”

    Any thoughts on this?


  10. Hoyt Yeatman says:

    Hi Dr. Laviolette:
    Just read your book “Secretes of Antigravity Propulsion”. Very well written book with a lot of historical and scientific information explaining Electrogravitics. Loved it!!
    You have pointed out as well as others that a High K dielectric is needed along with high voltage to get a reasonably powerful propulsion effect. Since this high K dielectric material (BaSrTiO2 powder) is commercially available to most anyone why haven’t we seen any examples of these high power thrusters demonstrated publicly? Even the electrogravitic work demonstrated by Jean Naudin all produce feeble results using air and low K dielectrics like Styrofoam instead of a core of Barium Strontium Titanate? Whats the deal?? Why hasn’t anyone taken this information and demonstrated a electrogravitic device with some impressive power? Thank you for your thoughts.

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      The barium titanate powder is only the raw material. One then needs to construct a mold and have the powder smelted into a ceramic. That requires a facility that works with these kinds of material. This all requires a lot of money. A less expensive approach is to purchase a ceramic dielectric rod already made. There are several sources available. Then try attaching the rod to capacitor plates to make an asymmetrical capacitor. So far I know of no one who has done this in the 6 years since my book was first published.

  11. Matthew Bell says:

    Dear Dr LaViolette,

    Would you agree that neutrino’s would be the best form form of fuel for warp propulsion drives and that black before they become black holes or mother stars are an abundant source of neutrino’s?
    Also does one have to worry about being careful not to ignite the planet Jupiter as it could become another sun?

    Kind regards,

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      No, I don’t think that neutrinos hold any promise for space propulsion.
      Also it is time to stop using the word “warp”, that is 20th century Einsteinian thought.
      I use the term “gradient propulsion”, because it is field gradients established in the ether around a craft that propel the craft forward.
      No, you have not to worry about Jupiter igniting fusion reactions, at least not for at least a trillion years.
      I think you should read some of my books, like subquantum kinetics before asking any more of your questions.

  12. Ric says:

    Dr. Laviolette,

    In my last question I asked about other gravitational forces affecting the electrogravitity device. I am also curious as to the affects of water and pressure. Knowing that T. T. Brown submerged his test equipment in oil so as to eliminate ion wind. Would these crafts be able to function under sea water and because of the gravitational field that they produce, be able to withstand or nullify the water pressure? Your description of how the B2 uses electrogravitity to displace the air molecules to reduce friction. Will this same technology create the same results in water?

    Thank you again,


  13. Ric says:

    Dr. Laviolette,

    Let me start off by saying I read “Secrets of antigravity propulsion” and loved it. I am now reading it for the second time and getting ready to start my own experiments.

    In one point of the book you wrote “Because the wavelike distortion of the local gravitational field would pull with an equal force on all particles of matter, the ship, its occupants, and its load would allrespond equally to these maneuvers. The occupants would feel no stress at all, no matter how sharp the turn or how great the acceleration.” Also,“electro-gravitational fields whose polarity can be controlled to cancel out gravity.” He told this correspondent: “All the (mass) materials and human beings within these fields will be part of them.” You go on to mention that the craft or people in the craft are not affected by any other gravitational forces of earth or any celestial bodies. Does this mean we would be able to enter a black hole without feeling the gravitational forces?

    Thank you, have a great day.

  14. Peter Light says:

    Hi Dr. LaViolette, have you ever considered the thought that a superwave could also come from Orion’s Nebula? And would it be possible that there could also be a core explosion in Orion’s Nebula as well?


    • Paul LaViolette says:

      No, it is highly unlikely that something in Orion’s Nebula would produce a superwave. The superwave phenomenon is produced from supermassive cores, which as a rule are found at the centers of galaxies.

      • Peter Light says:

        Ok, but there is also a black hole or super massive dark star in Orion’s Nebula. So why couldn’t a superwave event happen in Orion’s Nebula as well?

        The Day of the Lord as you discussed in your book, “Earth Under Fire” is connected with Orion in Amos 5 if you read it closely.

        I believe the 3 pyramids and the Sphinx was built as a marker of an Earth cataclysm around 13,000 years ago and it is obviously connected with Orion.

        Also, do you believe our solar system came from a nebula or even possibly Orion’s Nebula? Just thinking out of the box here.

        • Paul LaViolette says:

          Again, black holes do not exist. As far as supermassive cores, these are usually found at the center of a Galaxy. Nothing with any significant mass in Orion. You should read my book Earth Under Fire. As early as 1997 I was explaining that Orion commemorates the people that died in the last cataclysm and the Gizeh pyramid complex which is symbolically associated with Orion through Osiris and through shaft sightings is also a memorial.

          The matter composing the solar system came from the Galactic center, as did the stars in Orion. Orion did not spawn the solar system.

  15. Matthew Bell says:

    Dear Paul,

    Thank you for your reply to my questions on how mother stars explode and to my other questions. I will read your book to get a better understanding of SQK.
    I am a bit confused about what some people say about sub-luminal travel, using magnetic propulsion devices, how they can do this without warping time or using wormhole type navigation to fold two points together.
    Kind regards,

  16. M. Duncan says:

    Dear Paul: Somewhere in some New Age type forum, I have come across the idea that our solar system is now conjunct to the center of the Milky Way in a way that is ‘closest’ or unique, if that is possible, in the 27000 year cycle of the precession. I am not a scientist, so in very simple language please: If this is true, is it possible that the Earth is encountering energies unlike anything we have witnessed in the past? New healers would have us believe so, and I would really like to understand how this claim can be justified, if it is justified. Or is this channeled disinformation on top of erroneous ascptions… This question is relevant to the context of a paper I am writing on people receiving information in their dream life from alien sources (Not the negative abduction or pathological varieties of experiences)… Thanking you in advance for your consideration.

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      The Mayans held significance to the precession of the December solar solstice relative to the Galactic plane. They believed that these marked world cycle transitions. There is no causative effect to this alignment. It is just for time keeping on a grande scale. This alignment occurred over a decade ago, as I discuss in my book Earth Under Fire. Nothing happened then.
      It is not true that Earth is encountering energies unlike what we have witnessed in the past. Sounds like baloney. It is better to rely on scientific reports rather than psychic reports for the current situation. As for the future (regarding superwaves), we might look to psychic sources as an additional information input since superwave arrivals can occur suddenly without much advance warning.

  17. Matthew Bell says:

    Hi Dr LaViolette,

    Thank you for your reply to my Malachite observation.

    I am having a little difficulty visualizing and understanding the life cycle of how a “Black Hole” or ‘Mother star’, works?
    I get the fact that they are the most dense things in galaxies but you said that black holes/mother stars explode in a cycle when they get to a critical…mass or force or something.
    1) What happens when they explode, is the explosion projected omni-directional?
    I thought that two jets formed to expel the matter.
    2) If it is possible that wormholes can be created using technology and also as you say with the subquantum kinetics laws of physics, is it not possible for the mass of a mother star to break free into another part of the universe or even a different universe?
    Sort of like a White Hole appears somewhere else.
    3) Or does it explode back into its local galaxy creating more stars etc?
    Sorry, so many questions. I apologize for my naivety on these cosmological matters, but as an artist I like to visualize different systems at work. I believe your theory is the most accurate and would like to see more visual descriptions of the processes you are describing. I am currently painting Professor John Searls portrait. I would be happy to do a portrait of you if you ever visit the UK.
    Kind regards,
    Matthew Bell

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      1) The explosion is omnidirectional, but there is less screening of the cosmic rays aligned close to the Mother star’s magnetic pole axis; so emission in these polar directions can be enhanced as compared with other directions, as is the case with the gamma ray bubbles which I have discussed on the superwave forum (

      2) I don’t believe in the existence of wormholes. If you read my work you will find that subquantum kinetics replaces special and general relativity and does not advocate any warping of space.

      3) To learn more about how core explosions create and expel matter, read the book Subquantum Kinetics. Parts are technical though.

  18. Matthew Bell says:

    Dear Dr LaViolette,

    I am an artist and a new fan to your work, I am enjoying all the different fields of study you have undertaken and read with great interest. I tend to think in a similar way but different. Forgive me if you already know this but I couldn’t help but match up the geometric structural similarities between Belousov-Zhabotinskii chemical reaction and cross sections of the green stone Malachite. Concentric ring formation.
    I also think that may be a further source of research for more validation of your subquantum kinetics model to be accepted.
    Kind regards,
    Matthew Bell

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      Yes, if I remember correctly, these patterns in malachite are believed to be formed by a deposition-diffusion process that resembles the reaction-diffusion processes that operate in systems like the Brusselator or Model G.

  19. Dan Hayden says:

    Dr. LaViolette,

    What is your opinion of the hyperspace model of Burkhard Heim?

  20. Sidney Somes says:

    Dear Dr. LaViolette, I found the answer to a question I asked a couple of days ago about Quantum Entanglement exquisitely answered in a pdf of your “Introduction to Subquantum Kinetics”. I’m sure it is in some of your other publications I perhaps forgot about. Your writings have been a revelation to me since I first read “Beyond the Big Bang” years ago.

    Thank you, Sidney Somes

  21. Sidney Somes says:

    Dear Dr. LaViolette, I have had the privilege of reading Genesis of the Cosmos and Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion. I think the evidence for your theories is convincing and mounting, as science continues to do research. I think I have accounted for most of the differences between your theories and the orthodoxy, but one thing that bothers all orthodox physicists is entanglement. I do not expect you to have a theory on this, as it seems almost to reveal the man behind the curtain, and he seems to want to keep his presence a secret. But, on the off chance, perhaps you can speculate if it isn’t a consequence of SQK.

  22. jitendra says:

    I really appreciate you Sir for giving us such book (Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion). One question that is always troubling me: how to conclude, as everyone claims that USA has advanced technology, if they failed to land on moon in 1969. How can they harbor such startling technology (ufo`s,aliens…..) ?

    Please answer

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      As you can read in my book, a Canadian official back in the late 50’s disclosed that the subject of UFO’s is classified two levels above the hydrogen bomb. This kind of advanced aerospace propulsion technology likely had similar classification. They just kept it secret. As I explain in my book, NASA is a cover operation, a publicly visible program that keeps the taxpayers happy and gets us some nice shots of the planets and galaxies.

  23. Paul LaViolette says:

    Yes, I was informed about this. I plan to make a posting about it. This is not evidence of highly speculative dark matter collisions as the astronomers propose (after the fact). It is gamma emission produced by galactic superwaves traveling outward from the Milky Way’s core, and it verifies a prediction to this effect that I made years ago.

  24. Andrei says:

    What do you think about the Electric Universe hypothesis?

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      I have no opinion since I have not read the books written about it. I concentrate mainly on developing subquantum kinetics. Others can compare the two views.

  25. mark lund says:

    Prof. …. Thank you for the painstaking time you take to answer so many questions. You have said that in the last 5,300 years there have been 13 superwave spikes of varying magnitudes.
    You also mentioned that the spikes are roughly periodical in that they occur approximately every 500 years or so… I couldn’t help but notice the number 13 without being reminded of the Mayan Baktuns… Do you see any possible correlation between your findings of the 13 spikes and the similar Mayan period which began 5,200 “tuns” ago and which has the 13 baktun time markers placed at 400 “tun” intervals ?

  26. Mark Zinberg says:

    Dr. LaViolette. I am a little confused by the strength of a core explosion relative to a supernova outburst. A supernova outburst according to astro scientists wouldn’t affect Earth unless it was close to us, around 50-100 light years away. Thus, if a supernova outburst happened with Rigel that is around 850 light years away or Betelgeuse that is around 650 light years away, it wouldn’t harm Earth. But according to your theory a brown dwarf star plunging into Galactic Center that is 26,000 light years away would affect Earth with a superwave depending on magnitude. How is a brown dwarf star creating a superwave from Galactic Center that is 26,000 light years away that much more powerful by a huge margin to a supernova explosion only 100 light years away that wouldn’t damage Earth much? Thanks.

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      Actually, my assessment is that the GC is closer than that. It is about 23,000 light years away. A core explosion would be equivalent to over a million of type II supernova explosions (which are the more powerful type of supernova explosions). So that would be equivalent to a supernova going off about 23 light years away or closer. The energy of the released superwave would far exceed the energy released by the in falling brown dwarf. The brown dwarf only acts as a trigger, its energy being amplified in the core’s supercritical energy-amplifying environment.

  27. Mark Zinberg says:

    Another question for your Dr. LaViolette. If a core explosion occurs and possibly makes the Sun over active, what magnitude would the superwave be if intense Carrington like solar flares lasted 5 months to a year on Earth? I am confused if this would be a Mag 1 superwave event or a higher magnitude event that possibly occurred around 11,000 B.C.?

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      Magnitude 3. Information on the magnitude scale is given in one of the aker links in the superwave stargate.

      • Mark Zinberg says:

        Thank you for the reply Dr. LaViolette. By the way, I love your new web site layout and design. I remember first coming across your web site and your work back in 2007. This new web site design/layout is stellar. Now here is another question for you. If a massive brown dwarf star were to plunge into the Galactic Core within the next few months and create a potentially dangerous superwave, how quickly would the superwave get to Earth? I guess once we see the light from the Galactic Core explosion that the superwave would be at our doorstep since the gravity waves and the comic rays are traveling at the speed of light? I am actually particularly concerned about the April/May 2015 time period. Yes, 2015 not 2014 for a variety of reasons that I will soon share with you once I complete my research soon.

        • Paul LaViolette says:

          Yes, the highest energy cosmic ray component would arrive only seconds after the electromagnetic component. Lower energy cosmic rays would arrive progressively later.

  28. Mark Zinberg says:

    Dr. LaViolette. Have you ever considered that the 10 plagues of Exodus during the time of Passover might have been caused by a Gamma Ray outburst, or a Supernova explosion, or a Galactic Center superwave, or a Carrington like solar flare?

    The reason why I ask this, is that in Exodus 13 it describes a “Pillar of Cloud and Pillar of Fire” possibly alluding to a star that went supernova or a gamma ray outburst? Maybe even a GC superwave event?

    It was also at this time, around 1440 B.C. when Exodus occurred that the first reported supernova sighting happened.

    Thank you!

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      A core outburst is a possibility for this event. In this article that you cite, the Chinese record in the 14th century BC a guest star that appears in the sky accompanying the star Antares which is in Scorpio. The archaeoastronomers attempt to associate it with a supernova remnant in Vela which is quite far south from Antares, about 17° of arc away, and likely below the visible horizon for someone living in China. So I tend to doubt this association. On the other hand, the Galactic core has about the same angular deviation from Antares (19°) and would definitely have been visible to the ancient Chinese. In my Ph.D. dissertation I predict a GC outburst date of 1040 ± 450 BC based on the neon cloud observations which due to the imprecision of knowing its date could have occurred anytime between 1500 BC and 600 BC. So this event does span the period that this guest star was observed. It could very well have been a brief core outburst rather than a supernova. We can get a better fix on the superwave date by checking the ice record. Incidentally another Chinese guest star is recorded to have appeared in the constellation of Scorpius in 393 AD. This date comes close to another of the minor core outburst dates which the neon cloud record dates at 253 ± 259 AD. Again this date as well could be made more precise with ice core investigations.

      • Mark Zinberg says:

        Thank you Dr. LaViolette. Very very interesting than that a core outburst could have happened during the time of Exodus. This could possibly be the light that was seen “Pillar of Cloud and Pillar of Fire” in Exodus 13? hmmmm

  29. Mark Zinberg says:

    Hi Dr. LaViolette. I am a huge fan of your theories, research, and books, especially “Earth Under Fire”.

    I believe you mentioned before if I am not mistaken that a Galactic Superwave could enable one of the potential stars that is nearing supernova outburst to actually go supernova.

    Do you think a Galactic Superwave could make the star Betelgeuse to go supernova?

    Thank you so much!

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      I doubt it very much. Red supergiants are candidates for supernova explosions only in standard theory. A star would most likely need to evolve into a blue supergiant or blue hypergiant before being susceptible to producing a supernova explosion. The one case where the precursor star was known, the star, Sandulek, was a blue supergiant not a red supergiant. See ch. 9, sec. 17 of Subquantum Kinetics.

      • Mark Zinberg says:

        Thank you for the reply Dr. LaViolette. Very interesting! So you think then that the Blue supergiant Rigel in constellation Orion as well has a much higher likelihood going supernova than Red supergiant Betelgeuse? If Rigel goes Supernova it would essentially create a “Second Sun” in our skies for possibly a few weeks or month.

        • Mark Zinberg says:

          This thought of Rigel, the Blue Star going supernova brings to mind the Blue Star of the Hopi’s and the myth of constellation Scorpio stinging Orion’s foot?

          • Paul LaViolette says:

            I would rather interpret the Hopi’s blue star with Sgr A* not with a supernova. The synchrotron radiation from a core explosion has this characteristic blue-white color. You may refer to my book Earth Under Fire to learn more about this.

        • Paul LaViolette says:

          The last time a superwave was accompanied by a gravity wave strong enough to trigger many supernova explosions was around 14,200 years ago. There appear also to have been some less significant stellar disturbances associated with the minor superwave event that occurred 5300 years ago. For example, the slow nova Eta Carinae and the P Cygni outbursts are correlated with this 5250 years BP event horizon. P Cygni incidentally is a luminous variable blue hypergiant star. Unless the next superwave is a strong event, unlike the 12 Magnitude 1 events that have occurred in the last 5300 years, it is unlikely to trigger supernova explosions.

          • Mark Zinberg says:

            Thank you for the reply Dr. LaViolette. That is right! I do remember you mentioning that that Sgr A* would be associated with the Hopi Blue Star in your awesome book “Earth Under Fire”.

            I have much more to share with you in the near future from my research.

            I believe Rigel could very well be “the great star that fell from heaven, Wormwood” and the other star that fell from heaven “Sgr A*” is the key to the bottomless pit (black hole).

            And out of the smoke of the pit and great furnace gave rise to the King over them, Apollyon, which I believe Apollyon is in reference to the Sun (Apollo). And Apollyon had power to sting men for 5 months like the sting of a Scorpion.

  30. Daniel Knight Hayden says:

    I have read all your books and I agree with your theories. What is your opinion of the new article “First direct evidence of cosmic inflation?”


  31. Ira Stone says:

    Hello Mr. LaViolette! On the topic of continuous creation theory in comparison to the main stream’s big bang theory–and this question maybe a bit off topic but with the main stream who is more inclined to showcase the idea of cosmology with a base in the big bang theory– I am curious to know if you have watched the new series reboot of the “Cosmos” presented by Neil deGrasse Tyson? If you have watched it, what do you think of it? Also, what do you make of the possible detection of “gravitational waves”?

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      I have not viewed the Tyson documentary, but have heard that it is rather boring, mundane rehash of the same worn out theories. I think the so called detection of gravity waves is not very believable. I think they put their own spin on their interpretation of the data. Their first mistake is to assume that the universe is expanding. It is not, and can be easily proven that it is not based on cosmological test data.

  32. Peter Pezzei says:

    Dr. LaViolette, concerning the Swift X-Ray Observations: Once you see abnormal activity there at the Core how many hours would it take to have increasing seismic activity on earth? And from then on there is a day or two to seek shelter if I understood it correctly. Best regards, Peter

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      If a star companion were stripped off and began disintegrating upon making a high velocity entry into the Sgr A* gravity well, the Swift X-ray data would likely give us only a one day warning. The superwave would arrive two days from the time that Swift initially observes the outburst, and for us the warning would be just one day assuming that there is a one-day delay for the Swift team to get the data posted and notify us of the upswing in activity. If a gravity wave preceded the superwave by a day and a half and produced significant world wide seismic activity, it might occur even before we became aware of the preoutburst warning from Swift results. True advance warning would be if the G2 cloud was seen to divide in two and astronomers communicated this to the public without delay. Then this would give a two weeks warning that a superwave could be about to be created, but still a superwave would not be a definite outcome of a star companion strip off event. I have added this information to the Swift data news posting page.

  33. Gary Collins says:

    Dr. LaViolette,
    I think I heard you mentioned in a super-wave interview that the last one occurred around 5300 years ago. This would put the event about -3286 bce. I have it from sources that the period of Noah’s Flood occurred in -3102 bce. Within 184 years of the approximate date you gave for the last super-wave. This is also darn close to a 5000 cycle that occurs in history. My question is do you think the last super-wave and the flood of Noah (who was also an astronomer, and could have known about this cycle) are the same event, and if possible then could a polar disruption of some sort occur causing a similar type of flood event to occur? My thinking is yes.

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      I believe that Noah’s Flood occurred during the end of the last ice age. There is no evidence for global flooding 5300 years ago, regardless of how people have interpreted the Bible. If you read my book, Earth Under Fire, you will find out my interpretation of the book of Genesis which I believe is metaphorical with respect to the ages of the patriarchs and encodes a climate profile of the end of the ice age. The 5300 years ago event was very short, only about 100 years along, with climate effects lasting only 20 years. It does not compare in magnitude to the ones that impacted us at the end of the ice age.

      • Gary Collins says:

        I agree in a way with your interpretation of the metaphorical encoding. But it goes way deeper than that in the mythology. For example: The Adam cycle is 930 years. It is the 50th series of the 18.6 year Lunar Nodal Cycle. The Lunar Nodal cycle is key to climate change, the waxing and waning of animal populations, just to name a few. The bible as a whole is an Almanac of Astrological/Astronomical cycles cleverly encoded in its mythology.

        • Paul LaViolette says:

          Interesting, I didn’t know about that lunar nodal cycle encoding. Is it something you discovered, or is there a reference to it? Is there a reason why they would have picked 50 as a multiplier?

          • Gary Collins says:

            There are no references to my knowledge that explain what the cycles are that are encoded. I believe that would be an ‘oral law’ that is not passed down to the masses, or is lost to all but a few. I discovered that is what the Adam cycle is by applying my knowledge of the astrological cycles.
            ‘They’ picked 50 because the 50th of any cycle is a ‘cycle of cycles, or to use the Hebrew words, a Jubilee of Jubilees. The Jewish law goes back to the corrupt Babylonian Astro-theology that permeates still today. The Jewish lunar-solar calendar is worthy of study as is the Mayan calendar. The ancients knew what these cycles were and how to apply them. The 49/50 year cycle is a 7 of 7s year cycle, also based on lunar obviously. The 50th is like a zero starting base for the next. But within the 50 is five-ness. Example: Venus and Earth trace out a pentagram in the sky every 8 years with an earth/sun/venus conjunction on an 8 year cycle. 5 of these is 40 years, significant in the bible. 50 of these is a 400 year cycle, which I think is a Solar cycle. I don’t have all the answers, but i ‘know’ this is the right track of discovery.

          • Gary Collins says:

            If ever there was an astrological ‘center’ date for a time frame, the earliest it might be for a “Knowing”
            kind of event, I’d proffer this date, June/July 2032. Just thinking out loud.

  34. Gwen says:

    Dear Mr. LaViolette,
    I live on the North American Central Plains Conductivity Anomaly, near a sacred site, in Canada. In the past few years I have been noticing compass anomalies, circadian rhythm flips, amoung other oddities. Sometime during this past week my homemade iron compass has moved its position approximately 5 degrees clockwise. Although the compass does oscillate at certain intervals, it has stayed at its new position so far. I believe you had mentioned something about magnetic anomalies and I was hoping you might have some insite into this. I realize there may be many factors involved, but I am not having much luck in finding information on this anomaly, and why my circadian rhythm is reeling havoc on my daily functioning. I appreciate any direction on this subject and thank you for sharing your eloquent knowlege with us. I am a huge fan.

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      This magnetic anomaly is likely due to plate movements deep within the Earth’s crust and the unusual composition of the crust in your area. I suggest either moving to some other location which doesn’t have these effects, or taking melatonin every night before you go to sleep.

  35. Patryk says:

    Dear Dr LaViolette I recently purchased your book Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion. I must say what I read so far was very interesting. However I have some questions, The theory about gravity proposed there states that the positive gravitational charge of proton is slightly greater then negative gravitational charge of electron therefore they don’t completely cancel each other out creating gravity that we know. This might seem like a stupid question however I’m not a physicist or went to college plus English is a second language for me, so please bare with me. Alike charges repel each other if they are electric at least that is what we have been thought. The residual gravitational fields would be all slightly positive so they should repel also. Sorry if this is a stupid question like I said I don’t have PhD. I have another question If electromagnetic force has two polarities and now it seems gravitational force has two polarities and it is suggested most forces in nature have two polarities. Shouldn’t strong nuclear force have two polarities is it possible that inside the atom there is force that is to strong nuclear force what this more fundamental gravity is to gravity we observe? Furthermore the book states that the third law of motion was broken by gravitational disks. According to most people if Newton’s third law of motion would be broken we could not walk or sit or interact at all. How do you explain that. In addition I would like to know if the fact that Newton’s third law of motion was broken would be useful for something. Like greater achievable speed in particle collider or something like that.

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      In subquantum kinetics there is no need to postulate a new force for the nuclear force. In my book Subquantum Kinetics I suggest that the force involves the coupling of the spins between two nucleons. Newton’s third law is that every action requires an equal and opposite reaction. The reason why this law is not broken when we sit is that we are not generating a high voltage polarized field around our body. My discussion of the violation of Newton’s Third Law in my Secrets book pertains to experiments on asymmetrical capacitors charged to many kilovolts. I think if you read my book, it is explained very thoroughly what the propulsion advantages are for such thrusters.

  36. Charles F. Schatz says:

    Mr. Naudin –

    I have been working on reproducing the Lafforgue Thruster and Frolov Hat experiments. Thus far, both projects have been a failure to produce any thrust at all.

    I reverse-engineered your version 2 Lafforgue force calculator from the Web page. I re-derived the force equations to verify the correctness of the final force equation and reprogrammed the force equations into Mathematica. I have discovered several things about the formula, the foremost of which is the fact that the thruster overall length is 24 times the dielectric gap “e”, always making the thruster shape long and thin. This means the dimensions from Mr. Lafforgue’s patent don’t match the equation in shape.

    I was reminded of your work by reading Dr. LaViolette’s “Secrets of Antigravity” and decided to test whether Mr. Lafforgue’s thruster would produce any thrust at all.

    I happened to have on hand a 25KVolt dc power supply from another project. Using 25-millimere-thick Styrofoam (relative permittivity 1.03) sheets as stock material, I created a series of thrusters and a version of your ELG scale, but had problems with the power supply operation and arcing of the thruster conductive surface edges (aluminium foil). I scaled up the thruster (to 277 millimetres length and about 50 millimetres in total width, 50 millimetres thick) to deal with the higher voltages and narrowed the conducting strips to prevent corona arcing. The 25KV supply died, but I have a Honeywell 15-17 KVDC(pulsed) ignition transformer. I also used a Cockcroft-Walton half-wave voltage multiplier with output 1200VDC. The expected thrust was 0.55 grams-force at 15KVDC.

    The only result I got was the slightest of thrusts using the 1200Volt supply, which appeared to be ion wind, as it was reversible thrust if the power supply polarity is changed. According to Dr. LaViolette, the polarity should make no difference to the thrust. If placed on insulating plastic, the thrust disappears. I test on the floor, which is bamboo with a cement and electric wire underlay.

    Much to my surprise, the 17KVDC(pulsed) supply produced no weight change or thrust at all. The ELG scale can detect a weight of change less than a milligram, as far as I can ascertain.

    The Frolov Hat was slightly less difficult to make, and under the same voltages produced no thrust at all.

    Do you have any comments concerning this?

    Regards, Charles F. Schatz

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      Naudin’s Lafforgue capacitor used a dielectric with a K factor of 3.7 whereas you state that yours had a K of only 1.03. Hence all other things being equal your thrust would have been 3.6 times smaller. I would expect that you would get more thrust with the your plates being thicker than his; Naudin’s were only a few mm thick. But adding thickness also increases overall weight. Unfortunately, I don’t know of anyone else besides Naudin who has posted information of tests on the Lafforgue thruster.

  37. Charles F. Schatz says:

    I have been trying to contact someone about Lafforgue Thrusters. I made a few from Styrofoam, designed from the force equation web-page solver 2 shown by Mr. JL Naudin of France, JLN Labs. 15KVDC(pulsed) driving voltage and got no thrust from an expected 0.55 grams-force design. Ditto on the Frolov Hat design by Mr. Naudin. I was wondering if anyone might have a comment about this.

    Cheers, Chas.

  38. trekwell says:

    I stumbled across Aspen’s circuit a couple of years ago in my intensive experiments. Its a simple circuit that isn’t capable of perpetual cycle due to the high resistance in the capacitors. There is a misconception that capacitors have very low resistance. That’s only partially true. To charge past 50% a capacitor’s internal resistance begins to increase exponentially. The high resistance makes the very act of charging a capacitor a heavy cost. Much more cost than the small gain aquired during the dump from the previously charged source into the empty (zero resistance) capacitor.
    What seems to be a simple solution to this dilemma is to series connect two or more capacitors and raise the working voltage higher to avoid use above 50% capacitance but with some experimenting one see’s more problems than one fixes by doing this.

    Forgot to mention: negative and positive poles are never allowed connection. I cleverly use like poles. Large coils have capacitance. What happens when placed in series with other large sources of fully charged battery is a momentary excitement as the electrons align themselves. A Short lived oscillation that can be tapped.

  39. trekwell says:

    Dear Doctor, I been researching free energy using very large capacitors with success. My relatively simple circuit produces small amounts of additional usable energy without actually draining the capacitor tank. Quite possibly the cassmir effect inside the 3k farad capacitors I use. Your comment about a Canadian’s house being swat teamed weighs heavy on me because I am poor and need this tech to be patentable to I can make a living off it. Would love to show you this device if your in the west TN area anytime. Any advice is greatly appreciated. BTW hundreds of joules additionally are created

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      It sounds like an interesting device you have created. Perhaps you could interest some university physics professors to come to their university and give a demonstration to the students. It could open their minds in regard to the validity of the first law of thermodynamics. By the way, Harold Aspen also worked with a similar phenomenon. I believe he was discharging a storage battery to charge a second storage battery and found that the result was overunity.
      P. LaV.

  40. tessa tavanti says:

    I read his book “EARTH UNDER FIRE”, think that the alleged 13rd zodiac sign,Ophiuchus is connecteed?

  41. The neat supposition by Dr. Richard Firestone as to the cause/affect of the Pleistocene mass extinction is the presence of thousands of “Carolina bay” oblong gouges in the earth, all pointing to a possible comet impact at the edge of the Laurentian ice sheet. This impact would have thrown cubic miles of ice southeast , causing these gouges, and then melting, leaving no physical evidence other than nano-diamonds.

  42. Dean says:

    Paul, Being electromagnetic as we are. Do you know what effects this Superwave event will have on us physically and emotionally, not by the outside of ourselves but within. If it shuts down the electrical systems, can it shut us down.

  43. John says:

    I have read on the net about the pyramids around the world emitting energy beams. Do you have any theory’s as to how or why?

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      I am not aware of energy beams being emitted from any stone pyramids. But a brief reading indicates that some of these claims are hoaxed. Put in Google search “pyramids beams and hoax” and see what you find. Normally, I don’t attempt to find explanations for phenomena that have not been firmly established as real.
      P. LaViolette

      • Mary says:

        Hi Dr.
        You are very beloved by many and we thank you for your kindness and humility. This is an honor to comment.
        As to the question of energy beams and pyramids I believe if you take 3 hrs (especially beginning at 50 min) to view this movie The Pyramid Code, you may relate to the scholars who criticize the accepted history story and you may have insights we do not. It was compiled by PhD’s like yourself. Thank you so much for all you do.

  44. Mark says:

    Hi. A year or so back I saw a short video made, if I recall, by someone at abovetopsecret explaining your model of electrogravitivs (as per your book). Know which vid this is and where it might reside as I can’t find it now?
    Perhaps there’s a better (free) vid? I’m just looking for the basics as anything else is likely abovemyhead.

    Also, what’s your take on the Rodin Coil?


  45. Michael says:

    Hi, Doc. I read your book, Secrets of Anti-Gravity Propulsion, and was blown away. My question is this. Have you ever had contact with Stephen Hawking? I would love to be a fly on the wall should you two ever meet. If he could be won over, maybe the congnoscenti could pull their heads out of their, well, you get it. This is the stuff kids ought to be doing for science fairs. I mean, how hard would it be to build a tiny demonstration model of T.T. Brown’s capacitor? Also, what does Richard Branson think of all this? Surely, he would be the guy to get on your side. Him and Moller of Moller Air Cars.

  46. Hello Dr. LaViolette,

    Will your book, subquantum kinetics 4th edition, be available in
    the paperback form. The good thing about a hard copy is that one
    can access it at any time; even when the electric power goes offline.
    Of course, if we could source our power from ZPE, then digital
    copies of you books would be fine.

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      We will eventually issue the 4th edition. But for now Starlane Publications still has many 3rd edition paperbacks that must be sold before then.

  47. petros says:

    From the little i can understand you have accepted some things from greeks (e.g. ether).What you think about greek civilization and how can you be explain their advanced knowledge in so many fields (mathematics,geometry,astronomy……) ?

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      The Greek civilization was more advanced than many history books indicate. They had many creative thinkers.

  48. Tom says:

    Not sure if this is the place to ask but I wanted to know what format are the e-books on sale at What is need to view? and print them?

    • Paul LaViolette says:

      Our site sells just the Subquantum Kinetics ebook which can be downloaded in either 1) epub format which is readable on an ipad or a few other readers or 2) in mobi format which is readable on a kindle ereader. You can also download ereader programs that run on a PC or mac, but the display quality is not as good. They cannot be printed. A 3rd edition of Subquantum Kinetics is available for an additional modest fee. Genesis of the Cosmos, Earth Under Fire, and Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion are available in ereader format. Sites include, Google Books, and others. Just search with the title and ereader to find outlets.

      • Tom says:

        I tried to purchase Subquantum Kinetics ebook 4’th edition and wanted to get the 3rd edition hard-copy for $6 as the site says but I could find no way to add the 3rd edition hard-copy to my order?

        • admin-lx says:

          Dear Tom, after you make the purchase of the ebook you will get an email with a link to a form where you can add your address and complete the order of the hard copy.
          We made it a two phases process, because the download order doesn’t need an address, and we don’t want to ask for it if not needed.

  49. Adam says:

    Dear Dr LaViolette
    I have recently discovered your work. I am profoundly shaken. I have seen your lecture on secrets of antigravity propulsion
    The fact so much is hidden from us and we are being lied to. I feel like turning to religion. In fact, discovering your SQKT has made me look differently at what is going on in the world today and I am scared
    Leaving aside all these discoveries, this Superwave. If one hits are we finished, and don’t have a chance, is it all over?
    How can we protect ourselves

  50. Forrest says:

    I have a few questions about subquantum kinetics, and its relation to the current physical theories:

    1. Does subquantum kinetics conflict with general relativity or quantum field theory? As I understand it, general relativity and quantum field theory are thought to be the low-energy limits of a more fundamental theory. Is subquantum kinetics this fundamental theory? In other words, can subquantum kinetics be reduced to general relativity and quantum field theory, under certain conditions?

    2. Does subquantum kinetics explain all of the experimental data that we have accumulated over the years? In other words, are there any known situations in which the predictions of subquantum kinetics contradict experimental evidence?

    3. If subquantum kinetics makes more accurate predictions (sometimes unforeseen) than the leading theories and does not contradict experimental evidence, then why hasn’t it seen mainstream acceptance in the scientific community? Is this because, as Max Plank said, “A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it”?



    • Paul LaViolette says:

      Hi Forrest,

      I have made your questions into a separate news posting and respond to them there.

      Paul LaViolette

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>