Mysterylights Group Message 0316

Subject: Re: Earthlights
From: "Ronald" <rdkramarz@...>
Date: 25 Jun 2004 10:06

On 12/27/03 Magical Nexus wrote:
>For some reason information about these locations seems to remain isolated
and I
>am curious why that info doesn't get out to the research community without
>serious search. Any ideas?

Just subscribed to this list and have been looking through the archives.
The US and Canadian Governments started "Project Magnet" in
the 1950's to study areas where earth energy accumulates naturally, the
area Project Magnet focused on was an area near Lake Ontario
known as the Marysburgh Vortex. Hugh Cochrane documents some of
the earth light activity in that area in his book "Gateway to Oblivion".
Wilbert Smith, a Canadian communications engineer in the Department
of Transportation, was director of the Canadian team of scientists
involved in Project Magnet.

One of Smith's top secret memos was declassified not too long ago,
it's posted on the below web page.  That suggests that the US considers
this whole subject sensative and may be intensionally discouraging
serious research in this area.   Parts of that memo from the below web
page writes:

"We believe that we are on the track of something which may well prove to be
the introduction of new technology.....  The matter is the most highly
subject in the United States Government, rating even higher that the
A-bomb......The entire matter is considered by the United States authorities
to be of tremendous significance.

I was further informed that the United States authorities are investigating
along quite a number of lines which might possibly be related to the
(unreadable) such as mental phenomena and I gather that they are not doing
too well since they indicated that if Canada is doing anything at all in
geo-magnetics they would welcome a discussion with suitably accredited


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