The subtle energetic phenomenon of “torsion” has been theorized to be the hidden “fifth force” of physics that gives rise to the existence of the other known forces of physics. Distinguished Russian astrophysicist Dr Nikolai A. Kozyrev (1908-83) showed beyond any shadow of a doubt that such a power resource needed to exist. His later research in the existence of torsion fields is still the subject of controversy.
His research in torsion science, as well as that of numerous Russian scientists afterward, has been obscured in part by the secrecy of the former Soviet Union. But with the falling of the Iron Curtain, more of his research has been discovered and replicated by researchers in the West.
An Undetected Sea of Energy
Current scientific theories advocating the existence of “dark matter”, “dark energy”, “zero point energy” and “energy from the vacuum” have dragged unwilling Western researchers to the recognition of an undetected energy that exists throughout the universe. While these same scientists deplore terms like “aether,” they’ll often freely use a term like “quantum field,” which is really just another word for the aether.
One very early instance of evidence for the presence of the aether originates from the reputable physicist Dr Hal Puthoff. He regularly points out experiments from the very early 20th century, performed prior to quantum mechanics, that were created to see if there is any type of power in “void” of empty space.
In order to evaluate this theory, it was required to produce a location that was totally without air (a vacuum) and also lead-shielded from all recognized electromagnetic radiation using what is called a Faraday cage. This vacuum was afterward cooled to absolute zero or -273 ° C, the temperature level where all motion should cease entirely.
Dr Puthoff has called this a “seething cauldron” of power. Astonished that this power might still be discovered at absolute zero, this energetic phenomenon was called “zero point power” or ZPE, whereas the Russian researchers generally call it the “physical vacuum” or PV.
These experiments showed that, contrary to the idea that the vacuum was empty, there is an incredible amount of non-electromagnetic energy in the ever present void of empty space.
Mainstream physicists Dr John Wheeler and Dr Richard Feynman estimated that the quantity of vacuum energy in the area of a solitary light bulb is sufficient to boil all the oceans of the world.
It has been theorized that this hidden energy source is in fact the unseen power that holds all matter together. If this is the case, we’re talking about an immense sea of energy from which all existence springs and returns. This would, in fact, be the very source of electromagnetism, gravity and the strong and weak nuclear forces.
After conducting a careful study in 1891, Nikola Tesla stated that the aether “behaves as a fluid to solid bodies, and as a solid to light and heat”, which under “sufficiently high voltage and frequency” may be accessed, which was Tesla’s hint that free energy and anti-gravity applications are scientifically possible.
Tesla’s claim that the aether (i.e., torsion) behaves as a fluid when in relation to solid objects was later verified by Kozyrev’s research. And in fact, many of the world’s wisdom traditions have also echoed this idea that the subtle energetic substance from which all things are derived behaves like water. Whether it’s the cross-cultural creation stories that feature water as the birthing source of all creation or it’s the Tao te Ching’s proclamation of the “watercourse way,” the perennial tradition consistently eludes to water as a metaphor for the workings of this hidden energy we refer to as “torsion” or the aether.
In the next article in this series, we’ll further examine Kozrev’s background as well as his breakthrough research on the nature of time and matter and their relationship to subtle energy.