Wade Frazier

Lessons learned from my journey with Dennis

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Hi:

I have to rush off to work, so this will be short.  One of the lessons I learned on my journey is that “overnight successes” and “explosions” and “revolutions” don’t just happen, but the events that led to them can be seen.  Even the Big Bang is being challenged in orthodox corners these days, as being more of a quantum event, with the physical universe gradually blinking into existence.  The Cambrian Explosion vexed scientists from Darwin onward, as it challenged evolutionary theory, if everything appeared overnight from nothing.  But now scientists have been able to trace the contours of life’s journey on Earth for billions of years, and the Cambrian Explosion was a long time in coming.  Similarly, the Mammalian Explosion happened because the dinosaurs were wiped out, and the mammal line was dominant before dinosaurs were, and all dominant orders of mammals today had appeared by the time the dinosaurs disappeared.  

On the human journey, the story is also one of gradual changes, which could result in something relatively dramatic at times, but the roots of the “explosions” or “revolutions” are evident today, after a great deal of sleuthing.  The Industrial Revolution is the only “revolution” or “explosion” that happened during recorded history, and the events of the Third Epoch can today be readily seen that led to the Industrial Revolution, as a deforested England turned to coal.

There is a temptation to attribute things like the rise of humans or megalithic architecture to ET intervention and the like, but that seems to be just magical thinking that inserts some miracle, because people do not really understand what happened.  Invoking some kind of divine or ET intervention is common among the scientifically illiterate, and is the equivalent of folk tales.  I have had plenty of divine intervention in my life, so I know it is real, but it was up to me to do the work.  Those interventions did not come out of nowhere, and came as a response to need (or to help direct me on my path, such as that voice).    

Best,

Wade

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Hi:

I have written about the spooks now and then, such as here, but this will be a little more on the timely subject, in the wake of the latest from Wikileaks.  Learning about the spooks was important for what I am doing.  I suppose my introduction to it was my father’s having to get a top-secret security clearance to work for NASA, as Brian also did.  The Space Race was a Cold War concoction, and JFK tried to end the Space Race before he was murdered by the spooks, and if what E. Howard Hunt told Doug Caddy was valid, and I have little doubt that it was, the ET issue was part of the rationale, but a proximate cause at most.  The Soviets also knew plenty about the ETs, and the USA’s spooks knew that they did.  If I had gone to the Air Force Academy, I would have been deeply immersed in the USA’s national security culture, and I will always be thankful that my mother had my father talk me out of it.  For all that happened afterward to wreck our relationships, they get big points for that.  I have seen what the culture does to people.  They either drink the Kool-Aid or drink themselves to death.  

Several years before meeting Dennis (who was an honorary spook for a brief time, which was typical in the Vietnam era), I lived with a close relative who was a CIA contract agent, who nearly tried to recruit me into the “business,” but I luckily moved away before he could make his pitch.  I only found out about his secret life from his wife, after they divorced, and she was wife number four or so.  His life was a train wreck, and he essentially drank himself to death, certainly partly due to the cognitive dissonance of his secret life.  In the many years since then, I have seen and heard plenty about that spook toll on people’s lives, including their families.  

Spooks aren’t spooks just for the heck of it, and I doubt that many of them thought that they would become spooks when they grew up, just like few hookers ever aspired to that “career” when young.  Spooks are professionals who protect the interests of their employers, and relatively few are psychopaths, but chumps who believe in the “cause,” as those employees work partly for “psychic income” and come cheaper than “break glass in case of fire” psychopaths, who must be used very carefully, because they will instantly turn on their employers for the right price.  The chumps are infinitely more loyal.  John Perkins envied the naïveté of those who worked for him, and a close friend once worked in such an operation.  He never caught on to the real game being played, and I don’t have the heart to try to tell him, and it would risk our relationship if I did.  

When I met Dennis through one of those larger-than-life events, his company was on the way to being bludgeoned out of existence by the gangsters who run my home state, and a real-life psychopathic hit man was involved.  It was educational to see how easily he duped people by playing to their self-interest.  My boss helped engineer the theft of Dennis’s company, and the ringleaders may well have been on Godzilla’s payroll as contract agents, as Ken Hodgell was, whom we met the next year.  They were all Mormons, and I doubt that it was a coincidence.

God only knows how much spook surveillance Dennis was under in those days, but it was substantial.  The so-called White Hats also took interest, and I am not sure how long ago their interest began, but they began contacting us directly in Boston, and we got the first friendly buyout offer in Boston.  The next year, the CIA openly got involved, and they simply added a couple of zeroes to the initial offer, which I came to discover was also standard procedure.  

When I was with Dennis, he played secrecy games, which ended up costing me greatly, and I hated every minute of playing the secrecy game.  I eventually realized that if you have to play the secrecy game, you are defeated before you begin.  That is one reason why the choir will not be comprised of anonymous people.  They are going to be worse than worthless for what I have in mind.  Complete transparency is the only route with a prayer for this epochal task.  I have likely been under constant surveillance since the 1980s.  It just comes with the territory, and I don’t lose any sleep over it.

But I also don’t make it easy for the spooks, such as trying to stir things up in Washington D.C. or holding a conference.  Those are suicidal behaviors in this milieu, and if you are “lucky,” you will only have your life wrecked or get run out of your home nation.  

I find it somewhat amusing that free energy newbies almost always get the risks entirely backwards.  They live in quaking fear of Godzilla’s minions, but then proselytize to their social circles, which is where the greatest risk is, by far.  Only people like Dennis, Brian, Greer, Trombly, and me have anything to fear from Godzilla on the free energy front, and I do what I can to stay relatively low on the radar.  Nobody who gets involved with my effort needs to fear spook interference, but they also have to be vigilant and not do naive and stupid things.  Not paranoia, but awareness.  

After staggering from my home town in 1990, radicalized, I hit the books and soon discovered Ralph McGehee’s work.  He is at the pinnacle of credibility for whistleblowers: a career CIA agent who went through immense legal battles to publish his memoirs, and whose life was a made a living hell for daring to do it.

In the years since Ralph published his memoirs, a kind of spook “whistleblower” cottage industry has grown, and I am regularly bombarded with the latest “revelation” from those self-professed “whistleblowers.”  Virtually none of them have any credibility with me.  They are nearly all going to be compromised in one way or another, even if they were genuine, and most likely aren’t.  The spook world does not leave much in the way of paper trails, so almost anybody can claim that they were a spook (or get the “inside scoop” from spooks), and provide almost no evidence at all to support their wild claims.  Most of those “insider revelations” are disinformation, to put it politely.  

I certainly can’t out “cloak-and-dagger” the spooks, and it is foolish and potentially suicidal to try, but all sorts of newbies think that they can play that game, as they think that they can live out some kind of fantasy.  The people that I seek need to raise their games far above those adolescent levels.  The spooks are definitely a potential hazard for what I do, but I do what I can to give them a wide berth and build something that is not very vulnerable to their activities.  They are watching, and they can keep watching for all I care.  They can stay in the shadows and slink away with my blessings in the Fifth Epoch, in which secrecy games no longer make any sense.  The can even let go of those dark activities and learn to live in the light.  That is unlikely, but very possible for those who did not quite sell their souls.    

Best,

Wade

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Hi:

I am going to go fairly quiet over the rest of the month, as my day job goes nuclear.  But I want to briefly discuss one important lesson that my journey taught me.  My days with Dennis were the big class in which I learned my most important lessons in no uncertain terms.  The subsequent years of study were largely about seeing how our experiences fit a larger pattern of how the world really works, not the propaganda version that is taught by the various Establishments.  That was not my intent when I hit the books, but it began to become clear.

When I saw the media just make it up as it went regarding us, it fit a pattern that I later discovered through long years of study, that lying to the public is perhaps the media’s primary function.  What I learned about personal integrity being the world’s scarcest commodity was confirmed repeatedly during my subsequent years of study and experience.  There were many of those kinds of lessons, in which years of study showed our experiences to be part of a larger pattern that goes way back.

But those years of study also allowed for ever-larger patterns to appear, largely based on the findings of scientists and historians.  Some of the “way back” patterns go back to the beginning of life on Earth and a watershed event was when complex life began to become social.  Even plants can be social, as can be seen in The Hidden Life of Trees.

I did not develop my epochal framework until relatively late in my studies, and it became clear that human sociality was dependent on each epoch’s energy levels.  For the past three epochs, human biology has essentially been the same.  What changed was the energy surplus of each epoch, first and foremost.  Everything else followed from that.  Almost nobody ever mentally escaped the constraints of their epochs.  In the late Second Epoch, killing strangers on sight was normal.  In the Third Epoch, turning people into property was normal.  In the Fourth Epoch, becoming faceless cogs in some industrial, commercial, or governmental enterprise is normal.  In the Fifth Epoch, working for a wage, for survival, and the like will be seen like today’s Fourth Epoch peoples look at slavery, as some barbaric relic of a bygone epoch.  Warfare will also be seen as a primitive mark of those prior epochs of scarcity and fear.  

However, unlike the prior epochal events, making this one happen will require an unprecedented act of integrity and sentience, which I suppose is fitting, given what the Fifth Epoch means.  But it only needs a tiny fraction of humanity to initiate it.  Indeed, only a tiny fraction of humanity is fit for the task.  

Best,

Wade

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Hi:

In the next week, I plan to post my final lessons learned post, to finish off this sequence of the series.  I have been sketching out its themes.  In the meantime, I am working long hours, and this post will revisit a familiar theme, on the megafauna extinctions and the real world of science.  What spurred it was recent reading on the Permian extinction.  Climate change related to volcanism, on a supercontinent that already presented great stresses on land and marine life, chemically and otherwise, with collapsing oxygen levels, were related to a series of extinctions the began 20 million years before the end extinction.  That controversy, as far as just what the causal mechanisms were, will likely outlive me, and that is normal science at work.  I have written plenty on scientific literacy, which is not about knowing the answers so much as knowing the questions and processes, and thinking through the issues for one’s self.  That is where we build the mental muscles of scientific literacy, and the critical-thinking aspect of scientific literacy can serve us well in many key areas.  It is one reason why scientific literacy will be an important quality of the choir.  

For the most recent extinction, of the large animals on several continents, there is a clique of scientists, largely from Australia, that is obsessed about climate change, and I believe that they either have academic tunnel vision or are being disingenuous.  If I had to guess their motivation, it seems to be absolving humanity from causing those extinctions, perhaps to somehow rehabilitate various indigenous peoples.  It may not be entirely conscious on their part, or at least for most of them.

The dinosaur extinction became a kind of scientific parlor game, and the current equivalent seems to be the mammoth extinctions, and I have become tired of seeing various parties sally forth in attempting to explain the mammoth extinctions as anything other than human agency, and I recently saw those Australian scientists trumpet another “climate change did it” paper on the mammoth extinctions.  Such papers suffer from tunnel vision at best.  

I recently read The Monkey’s Voyage, and it was a marvelous book on how species have dispersed across Earth, and the monkey’s journey from Africa to South America was perhaps the most epic of the dispersals, hence the book’s title.  As a sidelight, the book discussed extinction and survival dynamics.  

One of most wrong-headed aspects of the infatuation with the mammoth extinctions, especially all attempts to explain human agency away, which seems to be the primary goal of most such theorists, is that mammoths and mastodons were merely one of the most iconic animals to suddenly go extinct when behaviorally modern humans arrived on the scene.  Going after the mammoth extinctions with climate change, bolide event, and other explanations, which “coincidentally” absolve humanity of responsibility, is to ignore key aspects of the current ice age and how the megafauna survived the glacial intervals just fine.  

I recently linked to a vegetation map from the last glacial interval.  The rainforest completely disappeared in the bonobo home range, where they have been isolated for more than a million years, and they did fine every time that their preferred habitat disappeared.  On continental land masses, it is pretty easy for animals to migrate to where their best habitats are.  Their numbers would certainly decline when most of their habitat shrank, but they all adapted.  There have been no mass extinctions of note since the 200-million-year greenhouse Earth phase finally came to an end about 35 million years ago.  All species since then have been adapted to icehouse Earth conditions.  The closest was the mid-Miocene extinctions of 14 million years ago, but it was trivial compared to other events.

Until the rise of humans, the elephant family was the most successful land mammal ever.  Like humans, elephants evolved in Africa, and their high intelligence, huge size (adults had no predators), prehensile trunks, and opportunistic feeding patterns meant that they thrived in every place on Earth that they could get to.  They could not swim to Australia and had nothing to eat on Antarctica, but flourished everyplace else, at least until humans arrived, and then they quickly went extinct everywhere but Africa and parts of Asia, and that was very likely because humans evolved alongside those elephants, which learned to survive being around those super-predatory humans.  

While Africa retained nearly all of its megafauna with the rise of humans, Australia and the Americas quickly lost theirs, and elephants prospered in the Americas for many millions of years, to suddenly all go extinct when humans arrived, along with nearly all of the other megafauna, and climate change somehow did it.  The bald fact is that the preferred habitat of mammoths and mastodons never disappeared in the past 15 million years, it only moved north and south with the advancing and retreating ice sheets, which they easily migrated with, and those elephants survived in the most marginal environments of the elephant family.  One elephant species abounded in the Americas, and there is evidence that people made homes from their hides before they quickly went extinct.  That was just like what happened when behaviorally modern humans met mammoths in Eurasia and made their short-lived mammoth villages.  

A related elephant also heavily populated the Americas, to quickly go extinct when humans arrived.  I regard it as either crazy or dishonest to keep flogging the climate change explanation for the megafauna extinctions, especially where the elephant family is concerned.  It is time to put the mammoth extinctions to bed.  All of the “nuance” that I see seems designed to obscure the factor that dwarfed everything else: people.  It did not matter what the climate was doing when people arrived.  The easy meat was doomed.  

It can be very educational, however, to watch those climate change advocates for the megafauna extinctions while watching Global Warming deniers ply their trade.  Although seeming to come from opposite ends of the spectrum, they are actually blood brothers, as both groups labor to absolve humanity of responsibility for our impacts on this planet.  The conflicts of interest among the Global Warming deniers are more blatant, but the climate change advocates for the megafauna extinctions are also defending their in-group: humanity.  

These issues serve to highlight my journey’s primary lesson: personal integrity is the world’s scarcest commodity, and scientists and academics certainly do not reside at some loftier level of integrity.  As Uncle Howard noted long ago, their interest-conflicted work can be quite deadly.  In Western medicine, it can be truly deadly.  

Best,

Wade

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Hi:

This is a short addendum to the previous post.  Developing scientific literacy in these areas not only can help hone one’s critical thinking skills, but people can use them to make their own assessments of the evidence.  Not necessarily at the specialist level, but deeply enough to understand the issues, think about it by themselves, and begin making the connections that can lead to a comprehensive perspective.  

For instance, on species dispersals, refugia, speciation, radiation, and extinction, people can develop their own informed views on the matter, even if it just chewing on the information for some time.  That is what scientists do when they come up with their testable hypotheses.  For instance, monkeys and apes (AKA simians) can’t swim.  Humans are the only member of the line that can.  Elephants, however, can swim.  The leading hypothesis for how monkeys made it to South America is that some were washed down something like the Congo, on a vegetation raft, around 40 million years ago, and like shipwrecked sailors, survived some weeks as the currents took them across an Atlantic Ocean that was maybe half the width of today’s, as far as the distance between Africa and South America went, and there may have been some islands between those continents, which would have made the feat easier.  

An ape would be too big to make such a trip, and elephants surely could not have rafted over or swum.  Elephants made it to the Western Hemisphere via the Arctic during the warm Miocene, but those Miocene apes were not adaptable to cold like elephants were, so they never made it past Eurasia.  Similarly, it seems that no placental land mammal, other than some rafting rodents (and some also rafted from Africa to South America), made it to Australia from Asia, as the ocean barrier was too formidable for swimming or accidental rafting.  Humans were the first significant placental mammal to migrate to Australia, and it was not until humans invented boats.  

People can think about those events for themselves, and conclude what was likely, what was not, and why.  That can lead to a deeper understanding of how our world works, and that is always good work.

Best,

Wade

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Hi:

I decided years ago to reveal his name after he died, and this is very appropriate for one of my last lessons learned posts.  It was David Rockefeller who called Dennis at home, and that story takes a little telling.  It was far from the first time that the Rockefellers got involved, and it would be no surprise to discover that they were part of the billion dollar offer that the CIA delivered to Dennis.

I was never very interested in Dennis’s 100-MPG technology.  I had no doubt that it was genuine, but when he invited me to the White House for an eve-of-the-election demonstration of that technology, sponsored by Bush the Second’s energy advisor, it was like I had come full circle, wringing more energy out of a gallon of gasoline, which Mr. Mentor’s engine also did.  Dennis certainly gave it the college try and then some, but gasoline conservation has long been suppressed by the Rockefellers and friends.  The oil companies have been involved with keeping the lid on such technologies for a century or more, and Ron Waugh’s story was just one of many that I had heard over the years.

When the rocket took off in Ventura, it was because of Dennis’s USA Today ads.  Dennis advertised in USA Today for more than 20 years.  Around the time that Bush’s eyes were bugging out at Dennis’s WIREC exhibit, a Detroit automobile company (three guesses which one  :) ) was testing dozens of Dennis’s retrofit kits, after early tests confirmed those high MPGs.  Bush’s energy advisor was one of Dennis’s fans, but it did not matter when David Rockefeller and friends got involved.  David Rockefeller handpicked every American president since Jack Kennedy, and he owned the Bushes, who had been Rockefeller fixers from way back, serving the Rockefellers even before Prescott Bush.  

Around the time of WIREC, Dennis ran a full-page ad in USA Today about his retrofit kit.  David Rockefeller called Dennis at home to discuss that ad, before the ad ranAlison answered the phone that fateful morning, she is completely unfazed by people like that, and called to Dennis across their home, “Dennis, David Rockefeller is on the phone.”  Rockefeller was about 93 years old at the time.  After that phone call, that enthusiastic Detroit company suddenly treated Dennis like he had the plague and disavowed all knowledge of him.  The wheels at the federal level began grinding, which resulted in that attack by the FTC, that slandering TV show by Dateline, featuring Mr. Skeptic (of course, such shows never contacted me), and that time, they took a different legal tactic, which resulted in Dennis’s being permanently banned from participation in the energy industry in the USA.

Naming Rockefeller like this also emphasizes another lesson of my journey: the Rockefellers are not at the top of the global power structure.  David likely was not a Global Controller.  We had interactions with the GCs, and they don’t call people at home, using their names.  You have never heard of the people at the GC level.  The Rothschilds also got involved, and again used their names, which means that they are not GCs, either.  They are from the old guard, and there is plenty of “churn” at the top.  If the Rockefellers and Rothschilds were ever at the top, it was long ago.

One of the greatest lessons of my journey with Dennis was realizing how multi-level organized suppression is.  Whether it was the local electric industry, national-level institutions, the oil-industry level, or the Global Controller level, they all played the same game, and were all likely acting largely independently.  Bill the BPA hit man worked for the GCs for a time, but it is hard to say exactly when that relationship began.  He cultivated his fake alternative energy credentials long before he was sicced on Dennis’s company.  Like Ken Hodgell, he was likely a contract agent and had to fend for himself when not performing hit man duties.  Bill’s tactic of using the legal system as a weapon against the people that he stole from predated his phony bankruptcy lawsuit in Seattle, and that behavior has continued in recent years.  If you work for the right people, the legal system is yours to use with impunity, and you are immune from prosecution for your evil deeds, although Ken eventually lost that protection.  Contract agents are expendable, as my close relative was.  If I outlive that household-name diplomat that my relative worked for, I may reveal his name, and he also worked for the Rockefellers.  It is a small world at those levels of the game.  

Best,

Wade

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Hi Krishna (FKA Freeknowledge):

Mr. Mentor’s engine is extraordinary even if it could not make free energy, as is Fischer’s.  Neither one was invented for free energy purposes, but to make more efficient engines.  The second law of thermodynamics says that you can’t make free energy by using heat engines and heat pumps, or, at least, the mainstream interpretation of that so-called “law.”  But soon after Dennis got his naïve idea of marrying his heat pump with a low-temperature turbine, we encountered scientists who challenged the second law.  Eugene Mallove told me that the second law was rubbish, and that he reproduced Reich’s results with a Faraday cage.  Mr. Mentor and Fischer believed that they could make free energy by marrying the panels of Dennis’s heat pump with their engines.  Fischer tried for years, largely without success.  They once got his engine running for a whole day, but it started with a “battery” of a cold heat sink, so I doubt that they proved free energy before Fischer ran off.  

Like Sparky Sweet’s device defied mainstream notions of electricity, with an ungrounded circuit, Mr. Mentor’s engine did not need a low-temperature heat sink to exhaust to.  That was a mind-boggling, yet simple, aspect of his engine.  My jury is still out on whether Mr. Mentor’s or Fischer’s engine could produce free energy, but people such as Mallove said that such contraptions could work.  It is widely considered one of the more promising paths to free energy today.  Studying the current theories can be very helpful, and at least make what Mr. Mentor, Fischer, Mallove, and others alleged become comprehensible.  

All the theory in the world, however, can be killed by simple facts, which Einstein noted.  All theories eventually die.  The technologies that my friend saw takes the corpus of today’s scientific theories and chucks them out the window.  As Einstein said, one day, his theories would be proven wrong, but the best parts of them would survive in the subsequent theories.  That is how science works.  Mainstream science has a long way to go to catch up to the physics behind what Godzilla has in his Golden Hoard.  That is where the good stuff is.  Science in the Fifth Epoch will bear only a faint resemblance to today’s, and that heavenly Roads world provides a glimpse.  

For me, free energy and antigravity are plenty to usher in the Fifth Epoch, and those technologies are already here.  As Greer has said, we only need a version 1.0 of free energy to get the Fifth Epoch going, not the version 35.0 that Godzilla has.  I see my effort ultimately helping a version 1.0 get built and be given to humanity, or help version 25.0 or later come in from the shadows.  Either way works for me.  But it has to be a loving effort and avoid the paths to disaster that so many have trod.  David Rockefeller likely helped wreck my life, but I said a prayer for him yesterday.  He’ll need it.  His passing is generating plenty of articles like this, and deservedly so.  Dark stuff.    

Best,

Wade

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Hi:

I’ll be working insane hours until next weekend, so will be pretty quiet.  I want to briefly revisit the David Rockefeller issue.  I have very close knowledge of some of the cloak-and-dagger methods of Rockefeller’s circle that predates my days with Dennis.  Some has come into the light, such as Rockefeller’s involvement in October Surprise (which was no surprise :) ).  Rockefeller’s bank (Chase Manhattan) wiped out Dennis’s manufacturer during his Seattle days, and Rockefeller’s calling Dennis at home just before the government wiped him out was just him getting more directly involved, still minding the store at age 93, instead of having his underlings doing it all.  When Mr. Big gets directly involved, there will be dire consequences.

While plenty of articles are stressing Rockefeller’s nefarious international activities, and even Global Controller-ish activities, I don’t see anybody writing about his domestic activities that helped prevent anything being used other than hydrocarbons, cars, etc.  He was all about business as usual for the oligarchy, both internationally and domestically, and technology suppression was one of his primary activities, which has been completely silent in the narratives that I have seen.  

The Dulles brothers were among David’s many assets, Nixon was also their creature, and the Rockefellers were almost certainly involved in the JFK hit.  If the real story of the Rockefeller dynasty was ever told, it would curl people’s hair.  Of course, the Clintons and Bushes are both gushing over Rockefeller right now, who was their master. Brian O’s buddy Jon Rappoport wrote a little ditty when Trump was elected, which was likely not far from the truth.  But again, Rockefeller was not at the top, and likely not even close to it.  Every American president since JFK was a puppet and knew it.  Rockefeller was one of the puppeteers, and may have been the primary one.    

Best,

Wade

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