Roger Joseph Boscovich Channeled by Karl Mollison 26July2020

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Roger Joseph Boscovich Channeled by Karl Mollison 26 July 2020

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Joseph_Boscovich

Roger Joseph Boscovich 18 May 1711 – 13 February 1787 Serbo-Croatian & in Latin: Rodericus losephus Boscovicus was a physicist, astronomer, mathematician, philosopher, diplomat, poet, theologian, Jesuit priest, and a polymath from the Republic of Ragusa.

He studied and lived in Italy and France where he also published many of his works.

Boscovich produced a precursor of atomic theory and made many contributions to astronomy, including the first geometric procedure for determining the equator of a rotating planet from three observations of a surface feature and for computing the orbit of a planet from three observations of its position. In 1753 he also discovered the absence of atmosphere on the Moon.

Speculations about his work preceding and paving the way for the work of Einstein, Tesla and other notable physicists persist to this day.

See http://www.einsteinconspiracy.co.uk/

Nassim Haramein gives unified field theory of point particle theory, but he does not seem aware that Boscovich gave a unified field theory of point-particles, then starts to get on to far-out subjects like sacred geometry and crop circles. His explanation is quite good on the theory. Many people often refuse to accept that point-particles are physical and deem them unphysical, but Nassim explains how from being unphysical they can become physical.

Some researchers have claimed that a book that Nikola Tesla is reading in a famous photo is a book written by Boscovich but the time of the photograph is much earlier than the book’s translation from Latin into English.

Boscovich was passed over in many respects in favor of Einstein’s work and now as a Light Being he tells us what is missing from ALL the unified field theories and the great misunderstanding of science.

Did this pioneer of scientific thought actually channel information that was gifted to him? Is that how humanity truly advances?

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J. Allen Hynek Channeled by Karl Mollison 14March2017

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J. Allen Hynek Channeled by Karl Mollison 17March2017

Dr. Josef Allen Hynek (May 1, 1910 – April 27, 1986) was an American astronomer, professor, and ufologist. He is perhaps best remembered for his UFO research. Hynek acted as scientific adviser to UFO studies undertaken by the U.S. Air Force under three consecutive projects: Project Sign (1947–1949), Project Grudge (1949–1952), and Project Blue Book (1952–1969).

Hynek was born in Chicago to Czech parents. In 1931, Hynek received a B.S. from the University of Chicago. In 1935, he completed his PhD. in astrophysics at Yerkes Observatory. He joined the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Ohio State University in 1936. He specialized in the study of stellar evolution and in the identification of spectroscopic binary stars.

During World War II, Hynek was a civilian scientist at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory,
where he helped to develop the United States Navy’s radio proximity fuse.

After the war, Hynek returned to the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Ohio State, rising to full
professor in 1950. In 1953, Hynek submitted a report on the fluctuations in the brightness and color of
starlight and daylight, with an emphasis on daytime observations.

In 1956, he left to join Professor Fred Whipple, the Harvard astronomer, at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, which had combined with the Harvard Observatory at Harvard. Hynek had the assignment of directing the tracking of an American space satellite, a project for the International Geophysical Year in 1956 and thereafter. In addition to over 200 teams of amateur scientists around the world that were part of Operation Moonwatch, there were also 12 photographic Baker-Nunn stations. A special camera was devised for the task and a prototype was built and tested and
then stripped apart again when, on Oct. 4, 1957, the Soviet Union launched its first satellite,
Sputnik 1.

After completing his work on the satellite program, Hynek went back to teaching, taking the position of
professor and chairman of the astronomy department at Northwestern University in 1960.

Hynek’s true views on UFOs were still unknown to the public when the astronomer, now teaching at North­western University, first met Jacques Vallee in the fall of 1963. Taking a job as a computer programmer at North­western, Vallee became a close friend of Hynek and soon they formed a UFO discussion group.

The astron­omer would eventually nickname this group “the Invisible College” (Vallee 1996, 270)—a term first used by the Rosi­crucians in the early 1600s.

Vallee began prodding Hynek to break with the Air Force and publicly admit that the UFO phenomenon was real and worthy of serious scientific investigation. Project Blue Book’s longtime scientific consultant—still known as a staunch UFO de­bunker—stubbornly resisted this ad­vice (Vallee 1996, 80–94).

In later years he conducted his own independent UFO research, developing the “Close Encounter”
classification system.

He is widely considered the father of the concept of scientific analysis both of reports and especially
of trace evidence purportedly left by UFOs.

Source https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._Allen_Hynek
https://skepticalinquirer.org/2013/01/the_secret_life_of_j_allen_hynek/