RE: [ufodiscussion] The Integratron becomes a Historical Site
- So did you notice anything interesting walking inside?
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of William Hamilton
Sent: Monday, May 02, 2005 7:07 AM
Subject: [ufodiscussion] The Integratron becomes a Historical Site
In the News...
Yetserday, May 1st, I and a friend, Arleen Casky drove across the desert to
Landers, California to attend the dedication ceremony for the Integratron,
George Van Tassel's dream machine. The Integratron is a 38-foot high,
55-foot diameter, non-metallic structure originally designed by George Van
Tassel as a rejuvenation and time machine.
Van Tassel was a legendary figure, an aeronautical engineer and test pilot
who worked for Lockheed, Douglas Aircraft and alongside Howard Hughes at
Hughes Aviation . He was also one of the leaders in the UFO movement who
held annual "Spacecraft Conventions" at Giant Rock for 25 years. Van Tassel
said UFO channelings and ideas from scientists such as Nikola Tesla led to
the unique architecture of the Integratron. He spent 18 years constructing
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 large magnetic vortex with a radius of several miles
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. Van Tassel moved to Giant
Rock in the late 1940's, opened Giant Rock Airport and a restaurant called
The Come On Inn. He led meditation and channeling sessions, entertained
scientists and government officials, and planned the construction of the
The Integratron's all-wood construction combined with the parabolic shape of
the building creates one of the most amazing sound chambers on earth. The
Integratron's unique acoustics, with its wrap-around sound amplification
delivers sound deep into cellular levels. Sound engineers have declared the
Integratron "acoustically perfect."
See photos in my photo gallery at top of page:
AstroScience Research Network
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