# Making Coherent Matter Wave Beams and Their Capabilities

### This is relevant to Hutchison Effect, Cold War technology and more

"The Bohm-Aharonov Effect" CIA document

SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR GENERATING COHERENT MATTERWAVE BEAMS

Patent No.: US9,502.202B2 ** Lockheed Martin Corporation** Filed: Dec. 28, 2011

I'm just going to give you some of my thoughts about what I have picked up from browsing your material over the last few days in relation to what is in my forthcoming book. Firstly, do you know why Tom Bearden should have chosen the name 'Fer de Lance' for his book? I'd really like to know that, because it's by no means insignificant, especially when it comes to polygonal masonry in South America and probably elsewhere. I know the name refers to a viper, but what distinguishes these snakes from others is their triangular heads.

I was very interested in parts of your video, 'Why did our Field not Get it in 1995?', which I intend to study more carefully. At around 26 minutes, you discuss the Russian paper, on page of 466 of which there is an illustration of an 'H' shaped pinch plasma formation. Does that look at all familiar to you, bearing in mind our earlier discussions about certain blocks at Puma Punku? In my own research I have also come across this shape, but in a different context: cymatic patterns, which are actually standing formations of Faraday waves. They occur at the boundary conditions between two fluids - such as air and water - and behave as macroscopic versions of pilot waves. People who study fluid dynamics have used Faraday waves to model the double slit experiment in quantum mechanics. The results of their modelling implies something very different from the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum theory and they are perplexed as to why no quantum or particle physicists are interested in their findings. (I may be cynical, but it may have something to do with maintaining funding for the cargo cult known as CERN).

At about 24 minutes in the same video you mention the finding that the toroidal microsparks decay to regular hexagons within a few days. I may be oversimplifying this work, so please correct me if I am, but it is as if the hexagon is a kind of footprint left by a plasmoid (EVO) on a material surface, or boundary. The geometry of the hexagon is very interesting, because it expresses the mathematical constant known as the radian. At its simplest, the length of each of a hexagon's sides is equal to the radian of a circle within which it is inscribed where the circumference of the circle joins the hexagon's vertices together. Take a look at this image of the Saturn's northern axis of rotation: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:PIA20513_-_Basking_in_Light.jpg

Scale invariance isn't just about fractals.

Mathematical constants are not the same as the constants of nature, such as the speed of light. The latter is not a constant of nature anyway. The data have been fudged on that for years, because relativity is now a dogma and most scientists have been schooled in ignorance; as I had been before I rediscovered Plato and Pythagoras.

Anyway, I should do other things now. I'd be grateful if you could send me any links you consider important pertaining to the conical formations that emerge from EVOs under certain circumstances. I may have something to share on that too. Many thanks.

Excellent. Thank you for sending me all of the links Bob, all of which will prove useful. I note that the LM patent was published in July 2013 and my encounter with the two aerospace engineers was in November of that year. I first came across the Bohm-Ahramov effect through the work of Andrija Pujarich, who addresses the physics of cloaking in his book, 'Beyond Telepathy'. Pujarich, who had worked for the CIA, explores how pilot waves may account for psi phenomena and biological processes, rather than their potential in military technologies. Incidentally, Pujarich's friend was the inventor of the helicopter Arthur M. Young, who said some interesting things about the geometry of the torus that might relate to pilot wave non-locality.