Like Dr.'s Tesla and Lakhovsky, George Van Tassel, the inventor and builder, was way ahead of his time. Mr. Van Tassel said, "The Integraton is a machine, a high voltage electrostatic generator that would supply a broad range of frequencies to recharge the cell structure."
incredible story starts at Giant Rock located near the Integratron, in
Landers just north of Yucca Valley, in Southern California in 1947.
Formerly a sacred area of the native Indians Giant Rock is
recognized as the largest freestanding boulder in the world.
Mr. Van Tassel learned of Giant Rock from his good friend Mr. Frank
Critzer who was an individual loved the desert and had constructed a
dwelling under the rock with several small rooms.
in 1953 Mr. Critzer was mysteriously killed in an explosion of dynamite
stored in his dwelling under the rock.
Mr. Van Tassel and his family continued on there and used the
dwelling for storage and build a small café outside the Rock, which
became very popular. Mr.
Critzer has build an airport at Giant Rock and more and more individuals
began flying in to see the Rock and visit the café.
very large amount of electromagnetic energy (eme) is generated where Giant
Rock comes in contact with the earth (Piezo electro effect) and George,
being a spiritually driven man, began weekly meditation sessions at the
rock site inviting all who wanted to experience this larger than life high
level of eme, which would rejuvenate and vitalize their bodies energy
July of 1953 the meditation group had grown large.
And something unexpected, very shocking, but wonderful happened.
Mr. Van Tassel claimed that a UFO contacted him.
This relation continued and unexpectedly in August he was invited
into the disc shaped spacecraft with the extra-terrestrials.
was in this meeting that the extra-terrestrials gave him the technique for
rejuvenating living cell tissues. In 1954 he and his family began building
this rejuvenating structure, which they called the “Integratron”.
in 1954 George set up a secret meeting between the Aliens and the United
States President Dwight Eisenhower. The results of this meeting were kept
classified but all direct and indirect reports say the same thing. It was
agreed that in exchange for the Greys
highly advanced technology the Greys
people from our planet.
And that the United States would continue to deny the
existence of UFOs.
On page 3 &
4 from his book “Nothing In This Book Is True, But It’s Exactly
How Things Are”, ISBN1-883319-01-3, © 1994, Bob Frissell has
something very interesting to say about this secret meeting.
to Bill Cooper:
was also agreed that bases would be constructed underground for the use of
the Alien nation and that 2 bases would be constructed for the joint use
of the Alien nation and the United States Government. Exchange of
technology would take place in the jointly occupied bases.
thereafter, two outcomes became clear:
above barely scratches the surface. There was much more information, all
equally mind-blowing, as if straight out of a science fiction book.
you can imagine both the meditation group and UFO visits continued to grow
and increased. So the family
decided to began holding UFO conventions at the Rock.
This newly founded activity raise money and donations, including
Howard Hughes, for the construction of the Integratron.
By 1959, 11,000 people attended conventions allowing George to
continued his work on the Integratron and write several books on live cell
rejuvenation techniques and even “Time Travel”.
Van Tassel mysteriously died in 1978 and the underground site at Giant
Rock was bulldozed over and filled in by the federal government.
military removed a lot of the electronic equipment located in the
Integratron but the building still remains nearly intact today.
And although it is not fully activated you can still feel the
overpowering electromagnetic energy it generates.
It is maintained by a small group of individuals who offer it for
rental, tours, film locations and recordings. They calls it "A very
powerful vortex for physical and spiritual healing".
Van Tassel had enlarged Critzer's onetime home and was using it as a place where he and several spiritually minded friends would meditate and develop their psychic abilities such as astral projection and channeling. In August, 1953 his efforts led to a late night visitation by four small strangers with perfect teeth. Their leader, Solgonda, did most of the talking, giving Van Tassel a tour of the flying saucer they arrived in and telling him that mankind's flirtation with the power of the atom had brought Earth to the attention of the Council of Seven Lights, rulers of the universe. Solgonda warned against destroying hydrogen in atomic explosions, as hydrogen (as a component of water and fuel of the sun) was a life giving element. He told Van Tassel to spread the word of their visit and their message of peace as widely as possible.
Solgonda also gave Van Tassel plans for a wonderful device called an Integratron. Van Tassel would spend the rest of his life spreading the word of his visitation and raising funds for the construction of this device, which when completed would certainly be a wonder of the world and proof beyond doubt of extraterrestrial life. To help promote the cause, he founded the Ministry of Universal Wisdom and held the first Flying Saucer Convention at Giant Rock airport during the weekend of April 4th, 1954. For the next 16 years the format of these conventions would be pretty much the same; Van Tassel would address the crowd (admission was free but donations were accepted and the Van Tassel family did own a restaurant at the airfield) from a speaker's stand erected in front of Giant Rock. Round table discussions would be held and experts would speculate on the origin of flying saucers and extra terrestrials and rail against cover ups perpetrated by the US Air Force (some things never change, do they?). Ernest discussion would ensue over stories in the National Enquirer and people could buy and sell books with titles like "When Stars Look Down" and "I Rode a Flying Saucer" or jewelry such as a lapel pin one could buy for $2.50, depicting a space ship with "Interplanetary Brotherhood" written on it. Wearing a pin like this would supposedly identify the wearers as flying saucer enthusiasts, allowing strangers to meet and share a common interest.
It was an awkward time for people who'd seen a UFO, experienced a visitation or were just interested in flying saucers. Nowadays one can't avoid talk of space aliens, one of whom was even rumored to be advising the Ross Perot Presidential campaign a few years ago. One doesn't need to identify oneself with a little pin as a UFO believer, you're in a country with over a hundred million believers. A poll taken by Newsweek magazine in 1996 indicated that 48% of the US population believe in UFOs and 29% believe that contact has already been made.
Showing the way for the rest of society, the festivals at places like Big Rock drew tens of thousands of visitors during their height in the late fifties and early sixties. These meetings were vital during these early days; at the time they might have been the only place people could get together and exchange information and recount their experiences without being ridiculed.
Slowly, funds were raised to build the Integratron. In 1959 an anonymous benefactor donated $40,000 to the cause and construction began. Pacific Roof Structures of Montebello, California was contracted to build the 38 foot tall, 58 foot diameter wooden structure. It was of paramount importance that wood be the sole construction material used, metal would upset the electrostatic field that was vital to the functioning of the Integratron. Sited on a "natural cone of receptivity" the device was designed to focus three "ley lines" of force to rejuvenate the human body. Upon completion, Van Tassel planned to usher 10,000 people a day through the Integratron. Alas, he died in 1978, before the device was completed, taking the plans with him to the next level of consciousness.
The Giant Rock conventions had ended a few years earlier, a victim of dwindling attendance and rowdy bikers who crashed the festival in 1970 and set a car on fire. Whether or not these bikers were under orders to disrupt this gathering has never been determined.
The Giant Rock's Relationship With The Integratron
The Giant Rock formation used to be
a ritual place for the native Indians of the area long before we appeared on the
scene. It was considered by them to
be a place of strong medicine and only the higher-ranking Indians were allowed
to approach and be involved in any of their ceremonies.
The Indian chiefs and elders would perform their ritual ceremonies and
communicate with the living library of Mother Earth.
This method of communication allowed Mother Earth and them to
symbiotically and harmoniously co-exist, each complimenting the other.
No one seems to know much about how the Giant Rock and its two sisters rocks got there. And these three rocks, which form a triangular formation, do not seem to be of the same kind of rock formation that already existing there. Giant Rock itself covers 5800 sq. ft. of ground and is 7 stories high. This rock is not a part of the earth but rather lies on top of its surface. This means that Giant Rock and its two sister rocks exert an enormous amount of pressure on the earth at their points of contact. The great rock’s pressure generates a great deal of electromagnetic energy (EME) through the scientific phenomena of the Piezo Electric effect. The EME produced creates electromagnetic gridlines that extend outwardly away form the three rocks. One of the major EME gridlines connects the Integratron to the Giant Rock formation. And it is this EME connection that brings their relationship together.
groups still use Giant Rock today as a primary site for the elevation of the
positive collective consciousness. During
a group mediation in the third week of February of 2000 a lady told the group
that Giant Rock was going to split the 23 of February 2000.
And if it split down the middle Mother Earth was upset with the way
things were going with Earth. And
if it split off-center Mother Earth was happy with the way things were going
with Earth. The prediction that the
rock was going to split was very difficult to believe however the group returned
on February 23 to find that the rock had split.
And the split was off-center.
A small group of
us visited the Integratron and Giant Rock Oct. 19 of 2000 and experienced the
majestic quiet peacefulness and serenity of the site.
One of the individuals with us has the unique ability to see beings in
the non-physical form. She saw a
large group of spiritual Indians standing on the hill top ridge just immediately
West of the Three Rocks. She feels
that they are there as guardians of the Rocks.
About the Dwelling Under Giant Rock
The dwelling was a good example of
geothermal heat management. Frank Critzer dug and constructed the dwelling under
the North face of the Giant Rock with that in mind.
So, the large boulder took on heat with the summer sun retaining it in
the rock and the immediate earth beneath it. And conversely by the same method
of geothermal heat management, the Rock would cool during the winter and keep
the room temperature comfortable during the summer.
So, even though the outside desert temperatures would range from
approximately 25°F to 115°F, the highest temperature reached in the dwelling
in the summer time was 80°F and the lowest temperature reached in the
wintertime was 55°F.
The rooms constructed under the
Rock had an approximately 400 sq. ft. living area.
Now remember 400 sq. ft. is only a small fraction of the total surface
area of the bottom side but it still possessed are very large electromagnetic
electrical charge. And by those who
had experienced the room beneath the rock all said that the electromagnetic
electrical forces generated could be easily felt.
After Mr. Van Tassel's mysterious death in 1978 Men In Black from the secret side of our government hired a local landscaping company, under secrecy to quietly bulldoze and fill-in the dwelling.
The Integratron is sited on a magnetic vortex
The location of the Integratron is an essential part of its functioning. The siting was worked out according to a complex set of theories involving the earth's magnetic field, and the Integratron's relationship to the Great Pyramid in Egypt and Giant Rock, the world's largest freestanding boulder.
Giant Rock is thought to be the world's largest freestanding boulder. Van Tassel claimed that a gigantic magnetic vortex of several miles radius could be measured around the rock with magnetometers. He believed that the great weight of the rock produced a piezo-electric effect on its granite crystals, creating the necessary magnetic field.
Bruce Cathie's findings published in The Proceedings, November 5, 1977:
Photograph taken at the Integratron, September 11, 2001
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