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11 Inventions That Could Have Changed the World

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11 Inventions That Could Have Changed the World

by Gregg Prescott, M.S.
Founder, Webmaster, & Editor, In5D.com

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There are many inventions that have been claimed to have been suppressed by various organizations or individuals, many of which could have dramatically changed the world we live in. Some of these ideas have been well documented while others are the benefactors of rumor and hearsay.

1. Free energy devices

In 1893, Nikola Tesla powered the Chicago World’s Fair on free energy.  His financier, J.P. Morgan asked Tesla how he could charge people for this energy.  Tesla stated it was free energy that could not be regulated.  From that point forward, Morgan suppressed this idea because Morgan believed that “He who controls the energy, controls the power.”  As we know, Morgan was one of the founding fathers of the world’s biggest Ponzi scheme, the Federal Reserve.

On our In5D New Year’s Eve Predictions Show with Gregg and Ali Prescott on December 31, 2022, Gregg made a bold prediction of free energy coming to humanity:

“This is the proverbial death of the United States as we knew it, but through this death, the USA has an immediate rebirth as the Phoenix rises from the ashes, directly in correlation with the Twitter files and all of the corruption they expose. Because of this exposed corruption, suppressed inventions will begin to surface, beginning with free energy.”

Go to the 20:47 marker of this video for the full prediction:

One of Gregg’s predicitons already came true. Airports Closing New Year’s Eve Prediction Comes True

2. Water-powered cars

In 1987, Stanley Meyer invented a car that could go from coast to coast in the United States on 22 gallons of water.  It could be any water: saltwater, lake water, tap water, compressed snow, etc…  Meyer was offered $1 billion from the automotive industry but turned it down because he wanted this invention to go out to the people.  Shortly afterwards, he was poisoned to death. Since the end of the 1800’s, we should have had free electricity.

Since the 1980’s, we could have been using water powered cars. Are you beginning to see the picture?

3. Anti-gravity technology

Many people believe that the Great Pyramid was built with antigravity technology and that the Egyptians took credit for something that was already there. Did they also build the pyramid on Mars?

Many people believe that the Great Pyramid was built with antigravity technology and that the Egyptians took credit for something that was already there. Did they also build the pyramid on Mars?

Many people believe that the Great Pyramid was built with antigravity technology and that the Egyptians took credit for something that was already there. Did they also build the pyramid on Mars?

That’s like saying America was “discovered” by Christopher Columbus.  I think the Indians who were already in America would beg to differ.

4. Suppressed medical treatments

According to Dr. Leonard Caldwell, there are over 300 cures for cancer but most doctors are required by law to use surgery, radiation or chemotherapy before any proven holistic measures such as the Rife Machine, THC Oil, etc..  This is but one small example of how beneficial technology and ideas have been suppressed from us, all in the interests of money, greed and eugenics.

Also see: Dr. Leonard Coldwell: ALL Cancer Can Be Cured In Less Than 12 Weeks

Royal Rife

Dr. Royal Raymond Rife could very well be the father of all holistic cancer research.  Rife, born in 1888, was one of the founding pioneers in many of the technologies that are commonly used today and was a main contributor in the field of optics, electronics, radiochemistry, biochemistry, ballistics and aviation.

The Rife machine destroys infectious organisms, viruses, bacteria and fungus and has been used to eliminate 52 different microorganisms including cancer, tuberculosis, strep and leprosy.

As part of his research in 1934, Rife’s machine “cured” 14 out of 16 terminally ill cancer patients within two months.  The remaining two were cured within the following 6 weeks, resulting in a 100% cure rate.

On November 20, 1931, Rife, along with 34 of his most distinguished colleagues in medicine, attended a banquet entitled, “The End to All Diseases”.  By 1939, the same group of physicians essentially denied Rife’s existence.  After finding a cure for cancer, how is it possible for Rife to be completely ignored by his colleagues and what were the motivating factors behind this?

Also see: Meet Royal Rife – The Man Who Was SILENCED After CURING CANCER!

The last thing that Big Pharma cured was polio and they realized that there is no money in providing a cure for anything.  Essentially, Big Pharma places a Band-Aid over our illnesses and diseases through perpetual maintenance versus finding a cure.

5. Tesla’s inventions

Nikola Tesla, a renowned inventor and electrical engineer, was considered to be a genius of unparalleled magnitude. Some even question if he was truly human. Many of his inventions, such as the “free energy receiver” and the long-range “death ray”, have been alleged to have been suppressed in order to protect powerful interests in the electrical utility, coal and oil industries, or for reasons of National Security.

Tesla also attempted an experiment in which he aimed to use the Earth’s core as a “tuning fork” to conduct “free” electricity, resulting in the melting of a generator in Colorado Springs. At the same time, an unexplained explosion with an estimated yield of 15 megatons took place in Siberia, leveling hundreds of square miles of pine forests. This event is often dismissed as a comet or meteor impact.

After his death in New York City, the FBI confiscated Tesla’s files and notes on death rays and other matters. Some of the FBI files on Tesla were released under the Freedom of Information Act and were available on the internet, but have since been removed.

6. Cold fusion

Cold fusion is a term used to describe a type of nuclear reaction that takes place at relatively low temperatures. The term was coined in 1989 by scientists Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons, who announced that they had successfully achieved cold fusion in a laboratory setting. They claimed that they were able to generate significant amounts of heat and helium, which are both products of nuclear reactions, by fusing hydrogen atoms together in a process known as "deuterium-deuterium fusion."

Cold fusion is a term used to describe a type of nuclear reaction that takes place at relatively low temperatures. The term was coined in 1989 by scientists Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons, who announced that they had successfully achieved cold fusion in a laboratory setting. They claimed that they were able to generate significant amounts of heat and helium, which are both products of nuclear reactions, by fusing hydrogen atoms together in a process known as “deuterium-deuterium fusion.”

The claim of Cold fusion was met with skepticism by the scientific community, as it would imply a change in the understanding of nuclear physics and the ability to produce energy cheaply and without radioactive waste.

7. Medbeds

The Holographic Medbed is a medical bed that utilizes advanced artificial intelligence and physician oversight to ensure optimal healing. It features transparent, airtight operating shields, laser mirrors, comfortable limb supports, computer-controlled surgical arms, vital sign monitoring, display, and analysis capabilities. This med-bed is similar to an MRI machine, but does not use magnetic or radiation. It can perform detailed scans of the entire body to diagnose and treat illnesses quickly. Additionally, it can diagnose and treat neurological, skin, blood, DNA, organ, bone, muscle, gland, and hormonal deficiencies, as well as correct hereditary markers that lead to predisposition to certain diseases. It can also perform surgeries using laser technology

The Holographic Medbed is a medical bed that utilizes advanced artificial intelligence and physician oversight to ensure optimal healing. It features transparent, airtight operating shields, laser mirrors, comfortable limb supports, computer-controlled surgical arms, vital sign monitoring, display, and analysis capabilities. This med-bed is similar to an MRI machine, but does not use magnetic or radiation. It can perform detailed scans of the entire body to diagnose and treat illnesses quickly. Additionally, it can diagnose and treat neurological, skin, blood, DNA, organ, bone, muscle, gland, and hormonal deficiencies, as well as correct hereditary markers that lead to predisposition to certain diseases. It can also perform surgeries using laser technology.

The Regeneration Medbed uses resonance fields to regenerate missing organs and older tissues, making it ideal for those in need of organ transplantation, skin grafting, and reconstruction of severed or missing limbs.

The Rejuvenation and Regression Medbed offers memory and age regression therapy, which can revive cells and heal senses such as sound, taste, and sight that have been weakened by aging or trauma. It can also help people with post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic memory issues. This technology can reverse the body’s internal clock, returning tightened skin and muscle tone without pain.

8. Replicators

A replicator, also known as a replicator system, replication system, or molecular synthesizer, is a device that uses matter-energy conversion technology similar to that of a transporter to produce a wide variety of items from a ship’s reserves. These devices can produce food that is as fresh and delicious as non-replicated options, by creating it from patterns used by the transporter. With the use of replicators, the need for money, gold, or any other form of material exchange is eliminated, as they can be used to create anything that is needed.

9. Transportation

A tunnel of this magnitude would be ideal for a maglev train to operate in a vacuum. Such a project would likely incorporate this cutting-edge technology. With a speed of 5000 mph, a train could travel from New York to London in just 54 minutes.

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The concept of a tunnel connecting New York and London was first introduced in a novel by Victorian science fiction author Jules Verne in 1895. However, the feasibility of such a project was considered unlikely due to the immense technical challenges it would pose.

A tunnel of this magnitude would be ideal for a maglev train to operate in a vacuum. Such a project would likely incorporate this cutting-edge technology. With a speed of 5000 mph, a train could travel from New York to London in just 54 minutes.

The Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs faced off in the inaugural Super Bowl in 1967. The event, held at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, was attended by over 60,000 spectators and watched by an additional 50 million at home.

Among the highlights of the game were two individuals from Bell Aerosystems who flew around the field with jetpacks, captivating the audience with a display that seemed straight out of science fiction.

Among the highlights of the game were two individuals from Bell Aerosystems who flew around the field with jetpacks, captivating the audience with a display that seemed straight out of science fiction.

10. Communication

Li-Fi, which was first developed by Harold Haas of the University of Edinburgh in 2011, uses visible light communication (VLC) to send data at extremely high speeds. It works by flashing a light on and off in order to transmit messages in binary code. In laboratory experiments, the technology has been able to transmit up to 224 gigabits per second, which is significantly faster than Wi-Fi's capabilities of around 600 megabits per second.

The inventor of the electric lightbulb, Thomas Edison, could not have imagined that his invention would be used not only for illuminating homes, but also for transmitting data that would allow people to access information from satellites in space on small handheld devices. However, with the introduction of Li-Fi, household lighting could soon serve as a means of data transmission that is up to 100 times faster than Wi-Fi.

Li-Fi, which was first developed by Harold Haas of the University of Edinburgh in 2011, uses visible light communication (VLC) to send data at extremely high speeds. It works by flashing a light on and off in order to transmit messages in binary code. In laboratory experiments, the technology has been able to transmit up to 224 gigabits per second, which is significantly faster than Wi-Fi’s capabilities of around 600 megabits per second.

11. Bonus Suppression – Archaeology

Sometimes, it’s not a product that is suppressed, but an idea such as archaeology.

Ralph Glidden, a self-taught archaeologist, is reported to have discovered ancient burial sites on Catalina Island in the early 20th century. According to historical accounts, he excavated more than 800 grave sites and uncovered thousands of artifacts, as well as 4,000 human skeletons. Glidden reportedly claimed that an ancient race of “giants” with fair hair and adult males measuring between 7 and 9 feet in height, once lived on Santa Catalina Island and its surrounding islands.

Ralph Glidden, a self-taught archaeologist, is reported to have discovered ancient burial sites on Catalina Island in the early 20th century. According to historical accounts, he excavated more than 800 grave sites and uncovered thousands of artifacts, as well as 4,000 human skeletons. Glidden reportedly claimed that an ancient race of "giants" with fair hair and adult males measuring between 7 and 9 feet in height, once lived on Santa Catalina Island and its surrounding islands.

Reasons why inventions are suppressed

Economic: Inventions that threaten the profits of established companies or industries may be suppressed to protect those interests.

Political: Inventions that could be used for military or other strategic purposes may be suppressed for national security reasons.

Social: Inventions that challenge societal norms or values may be suppressed to maintain the status quo.

Legal: Inventions that infringe on existing patents or trademarks may be suppressed through legal action.

Technical: Inventions that are not fully developed or have significant flaws may be suppressed until they can be improved.

Personal: Inventors themselves may choose to suppress their inventions for a variety of reasons, such as lack of funding or resources to develop it further.

Most of the time, these reasons are NOT in humanity’s best interests and are more than likely in the interests of corporate greed.

Sending you all infinite LOVE and Light!

Gregg

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Gregg Prescott, M.S.Gregg Prescott, M.S. is the founder and editor of In5D and Zentasia.  He co-owns In5D Club with his beautiful wife, Ali. You can find every episode of “The BIGGER Picture with Gregg Prescott” on Bitchute while all of his In5D Radio shows are on the In5D Youtube channel. He is a visionary, author, a transformational speaker, and promotes spiritual, metaphysical and esoteric conferences in the United States through In5dEvents.  Please like and follow In5D on Gab,  In5D TelegramIn5D Bitchute, Instagram, TikTok, Rumble, Twitter, and  In5D on Facebook!

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