Source: veritasradio.com, etheric.com
We're overdue for a super galactic wave like the ones that torched the planet 40,000, 12,700 and 12,900 years ago, extinguishing bird, mastodon and man, says Dr. Paul LaViolette in this, his second, Veritas interview.
"There's a 90-percent chance we'll get some sort of superwave within the next 400 years." Not that there's much we'll be able to do about it; they travel at the speed of light.
A prolific writer, researcher and multi-degreed scientist, LaViolette's brilliance lies in the way his explanations skitter across disciplines like stones skipping across a proverbial pond. At the core of his work is this galactic wave theory. Most breathtaking is his assertion that pulsars are extra-terrestrially planted beacons warning of impending trouble ahead. Mix in what he says the zodiac, the pyramids and the Sphinx are telling us....
He'll send you to his books for the details, but LaViolette touches upon all of the above and: chemtrails, holographic technology, the Fibonacci sequence, quantum inter-connectiveness, electrogravitics, microwave beam technology, radio-pulsation particles, sub-quantum kinetics, Atlantis as allegory, the black hole at the center of the universe; ancient Egyptian, Chinese and Greek myth, Hopi legends, cosmic dust, and more.
This gentleman's outreach to the Obama administration's Department of Energy has thus far been ignored. LaViolette wanted to share what he knew about anti-gravity propulsion that would "greatly revolutionize air travel, reducing costs immensely," and alternative energy technologies.
As for what the coming year holds for Earthlings: "We won't have a super wave in the next year. The financial situation is the main challenge I see."
LaViolette conducted this interview from his home in Athens, Greece.
Dr. Paul LaViolette is an interdisciplinary scientist. He has authored four books and has published numerous articles in professional scientific journals. He received his BA in physics from Johns Hopkins University, his MBA from the University of Chicago, and his Ph.D. in systems science/astronomy from Portland State University. Currently he is president of the Starburst Foundation, an interdisciplinary scientific research institute. Dr. LaViolette's findings open a new doorway to the interpretation of our ancient past. Aided by his background in general system theory and physics, he was able to successfully decipher the lost science said to be encoded in the lore of the Tarot and astrology.