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The day after I arrived in Boston, we began to pursue what is today called free energy, or new energy, which is abundant and harmlessly produced energy generated with almost no operating cost.
Today's so-called free energy is usually generated by harnessing the zero-point field, but not always, and our original effort was not trying to harness it.
During my second year of college, I had my first existential crisis and a paranormal event changed my studies from science to business.
I still held my energy dreams, however, and in 1986, eight years after that first paranormal event, I had a second one that suddenly caused me to move up the coast from Los Angeles to Seattle, where I landed in the middle of what is arguably the greatest attempt yet made to bring alternative energy to the American marketplace.
We attracted the interest of a legendary and shadowy group while we were in Boston.
They offered million for the rights to our fledgling technology.
As I discovered the hard way, contrary to my business school indoctrination, there is little that resembles a free market in the USA, particularly in its energy industry, and there has never been a truly free market, a real democracy, a free press, an objective history, a purely pursued scientific method, or any other imaginary constructs that our dominant institutions promote.
They may all be worthy ideals, but none has existed in the real world.
My gesture incredibly worked, in the greatest miracle that I ever witnessed.I helped free my partner, but my life had been ruined by the events of 1988, and in 1990 I left Ventura and never returned.I had been radicalized ("awakened"), and I then spent the next several years seeking understanding of what I had lived through and why the world worked starkly differently from how I was taught that it did.In 1987, we moved our business to Ventura, California, where I had been raised, before the sledgehammer in Boston could fall on us.We moved because I had connected us with technologies and talent that made our free energy ideas potentially feasible.
I regard them as a symptom of our collective malaise, not a cause. Our efforts also caused great commotion within New Englands electric industry and attracted attempts by the local authorities to destroy our business.