Zürich Conference:

Brian O'Leary's presentation on Free Energy

joined by Henry Deacon

Interview transcript

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ZürichConference: Brian O'Leary's presentation on Free Energy
-- joined by Henry Deacon

Zürich, 12 July 2009

[Ed note: Normally the transcripts that had any parts in them that had been difficult for the transcribers to hear were put in “audibles” in square brackets in red for Bill Ryan to attend to, fix, then he’d post the transcript; however, due to unexpected interruptions in the normal working process in Project Camelot, this normal process was not able to proceed forward, so the audibles were left in the square brackets.]

BILL RYAN (BR): Are we live?

TRANSLATOR: Yeah.

BR: Ladies and gentlemen, my friend, colleague, and fellow retired mountaineer, Brian O’Leary.

BRIAN O’LEARY (BO’L): Well, thank you. Sometimes I don’t even know what to say. I’m just overwhelmed with good feelings about all of you. Even those of you that are sometimes angry...

[laughter and applause] …because, as you know, anger is a very important part of the process of transformation.

Some of you may know about the work of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross -- about the phases of grief -- because, you see, we are grieving an old paradigm. We all know that we’re messing up the planet and we need all the help we can get, whether it’s through our ET visitors, or ourselves.

Elisabeth Kübler-Ross did the very important work that we must go through, the experiences of the emotions of grief.

The first stage is almost always denial, and most of humanity is in denial. Our beautiful, precious planet and all of nature is in danger and it’s with that kind of motivation that I approach what I will be sharing today.

The second phase, and it’s not necessarily a linear progression, is anger. We heard that last night, and that’s perfectly okay. That’s much better than murdering and torturing people. It’s a healthy expression that we know that something is wrong, or at least there’s something that is happening, something that is changing. It’s not necessarily wrong, but we are in the midst of a big change.

It’s with great mixed feelings that I come from America. When I was a little boy and I was told by my parents that we won World War Two -- that was a good feeling. I didn’t, of course, know all the details, but I was raised with a feeling that we could do anything.

Now, when I was eight years old, I wanted to go to the Moon. I would read the writings of Wernher von Braun and Arthur C. Clarke, and everybody thought I was crazy. When I was a senior in high school, I was asked to write an essay on an important topic. I wrote it on space satellites. The history teacher handed the paper back to me and said: Well-researched, but not relevant. [laughter]

The following fall, Sputnik went up and twelve short years later, man allegedly landed on the Moon. [laughter]

I use the word allegedly, because I don’t know, personally, whether the Moon landings were a hoax or real. How am I to tell, if I didn’t go there? And then, this raises the nagging question of epistemology: How do we know what we know?

Well, when I was in school I became an Eagle Scout. I climbed the Matterhorn in 1962, and I was appointed as an astronaut to go to Mars, in 1967. So, you could see, I was raised with the point of view that we could do anything.

But, a few things happened on the way to the vision. One was the war in Vietnam. That was in 1968, when I was told by the president of the United States then, Lyndon B. Johnson, that we would scrub the later Apollo flights and the Mars mission.

Needless to say, I was very disappointed. So, I went to Cornell University to teach astronomy alongside Carl Sagan. And I became a peace activist, and I have been ever since.

It was interesting last night that there was this feeling of anger that continued when we went to the Chinese restaurant to have roast duck, and a very angry man came up to our table and said: You Americans! Oh, Obama is bad schlesht. [laughs] [Ed note: We don’t know if this word is a made-up word or an actual foreign word.]

So, you see, the tradition of anger continued, and the last thing I want to do is support any kind of effort towards war and torture.

So, what I thought I’d do, to center myself and all of us, I’m going to play the piano for about five minutes. [applause] It helps center me. And, then we’ll kind of invoke positive energy here, so that we can go on with the talk. Thank you. [applause]

[Brian plays piano for several minutes.]

[applause]

BO’L: Thank you. It was interesting that Bill introduced me last night as being the oldest person on the panel and I sometimes wonder what happened to all those years! All I know is that I’m acting as if this last trip is our last, and there’s a big job to do, if it is.

But, I don’t think it is [laughs] because the world situation... let’s face it -- it’s very, very difficult. It’s easy to get angry. It’s easy to place blame on those that are suppressing things. And I, being a peace activist – and peace activists act in different ways – I visualize a big field of love enveloping everything, and that’s where the negativity dissolves.

There’s a piece of the whole transformational picture, which I’ve taken it upon myself to have a good look at. That is: What should we do about the energy crisis?

I’m sure most of you are aware of how deep the environmental problems of the Earth are. In 1975 I was an advisor – energy advisor – to the U.S. Congress, and I worked with Congressman Morris Udall, who was running for president on an environmental platform. In the effort, I was able to learn about what many of the options were for our energy future.

But, at that time, I was very much in the mainstream, so the notion of free energy, or zero-point energy, or various advanced hydrogen and water chemistries, and cold fusion, didn’t occur to me. So I became a solar/wind advocate, and it’s still something that could, conceivably, solve our problems.

But, all of this was part of a track that I was taking in my life, was to envision what realistically we could do, as humans, to create a sustainable future for humankind.

In the process, I also went through a period of intense metaphysical exploration. That began to happen in 1979 when I was on the physics faculty at Princeton University. I started to have remote viewing experiences. I had a near-death experience, and I had various healing experiences.

At that point, I began to realize that science, Western science, was very limited. And, because the other physicists at Princeton, my colleagues, six of whom were Nobel Laureates – there were 40 of us and we were all men – didn’t believe anything in the paranormal was real.

So, I felt very lonely and felt compelled to leave Princeton, and it was at that time my career became endangered. [laughs] At this point, having now been in this outside-the-box mode for 30 years, I’m feeling more comfortable with it.

Now, it was hard, financially, for me to get my children through college, but I really have enjoyed these 30 years. Because, not only was I able to explore many metaphysical concepts and have spiritual growth as well, but I was able to check in with new scientists and observe their experiments, all over the world, about the realities of paranormal phenomena.

So, if it’s the healing, or whether it’s remote viewing, or morphogenetic fields, or UFO/ET phenomena, the power of positive intention, the power of meditators being able to change the properties of water, or free energy... every time I began to discover for myself the value, the importance, of these new sciences.

And, the really good news about this is that the epistemology of this new science is exactly the same as that of mainstream science. So, you can have it all ways.

What I’d like to do today is focus on one aspect of new science, and that’s the promise of clean, cheap, decentralized energy. So, now I’m going to sit down and take you on a little slideshow: The Energy Solution Revolution, which is also the title of my latest book.

What I’m looking at now, because I think this is where the real answers lie. Having visited the laboratories of several dozen so-called free energy inventors, I have absolutely no doubt the technologies are very real.

The concepts have already been proven. The Wright Brothers have already flown their first airplane, but we haven’t put it to practical use yet.

So, the real action in this issue is not technical... it’s social and political.

It’s very clear that these concepts have great promise for a sustainable future for the Earth, but the technologies have been suppressed, especially when they get to the point of being available to the public. And I began to learn how difficult it really is to get to the point of implementing technologies such as this, because it threatens vested interests.

So, very appropriately here, and I think, maybe, if we turn the lights down a little…

I love this quote from George Orwell, the author of 1984: In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act. And we are certainly in one of those times.

The great, late science fiction writer Isaac Asimov said: When stupidity is considered patriotism, it is unsafe to be intelligent.

I’m going to talk a little bit about an example of the great threat to our precious planet Earth.

Meredith and I live in Ecuador. We live in a beautiful spot that is in the Andes, which reminds me very much of the Alps... without the snow.

Just to the east of us is the Amazon Basin. It’s the world’s largest intact rainforest, consisting of an area [the size] of most of Western Europe, and there are many indigenous peoples who are voluntarily isolated. It’s the rainforest with the greatest biodiversity on Earth and absorbs more carbon dioxide than just about any other area of the Earth.

What you see here on this map, on the upper left side, is the country of Ecuador. It’s this area right here. [indicating map]

So, this is Ecuador, and we live right here, and the Amazon is all in here. This is Peru here, Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia; and the yellow areas are all areas in which oil-drilling leases have been issued.

There’s about a trillion Swiss Francs-worth of oil under the ground in these areas, and the governments, generally, would like the oil companies to come in and drill, because of their huge indebtedness to banking institutions in the First World.

So, about one month ago, the indigenous peoples of Peru occupied a bridge to prevent the oil companies from coming into the rainforest. The president of Peru ordered helicopters with machine guns to murder them.

This is an example of the kinds of things that are happening right now. This is the kind of news that’s hard to get on CNN. You have a little better opportunity here.

But this is an example of just the kind of thing...

You know, I often reflect about the green movement, and the green movement is moving too slowly. So, this is a quote from a writer from San Francisco, the San Francisco Chronicle.

This is Mark Morford and he says: Much as I love the green movement, in the face of countless billions to be made by raping the planet for oil, they’re merely the equivalent of trying to water the rainforest with an eye-dropper.

In other words, the green movement has not been very effective. If we really want a sustainable solution for the Earth, we’re going to have to have clean energy.

We’re not going to be able to do it with carbon cap and trading – carbon cap and trading: that’s a scheme to, basically, charge the polluters more money to… it’s a financial solution to a non-financial problem – or to sequester the carbon in caves. These are very gross solutions.

Now, the president of Ecuador, who’s an interesting guy, has proposed that, maybe, Ecuador could keep its oil in the ground in its most beautiful, biodiverse, rainforest national park, if the world community could match funds with lost revenues with Ecuador. Unfortunately, that’s 350 million dollars, or Francs.

Three-hundred-and-fifty-million dollars per year to keep the oil in the ground; those are the revenues that would be lost.

AUDIENCE MEMBER: Millions, or billions?

BO’L: Millions. That’s still a lot. Does anybody have $350 million, maybe, to keep oil in the ground in the Amazon? [laughter] Because…

AUDIENCE MEMBERS: [very faint; offering suggestions of who may have the money]

BO’L: The Federal Reserve, yeah; AIG; maybe Goldman Sachs, the Lapis Pig. Anyway, this is an innovative idea. It’s a step in the right direction.

But, solutions to the energy crisis do exist, but are suppressed by governments and industry through the profit motive [snorts like the Lapis Pig], self interest, and – this is a big word – incrementalism, meaning a little bit at a time, eye-dropper.

It’s very clear that, if you were to really look at the data on what’s happening – regardless of how you come out on the global warming / climate change debate – because, even if it’s a whole reenergized, new energy solar system concept, the loading of carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere, through the routine burning of hydrocarbons, is acidifying the oceans and causing enormous amounts of pollution, respiratory disease, and at least some contribution to global warming and climate change.

But, that’s just part of it. The amount of water pollution is enormous. The threats to sustainable agriculture are huge. So, we need new human systems that are Earth-oriented and visionary.

As I pointed out the other night, we need to adopt the precautionary principle which states, basically, that we can’t go on as we’re going on. We will someday reach a tipping point that no amount of chemtrails, or other gross macro-engineering projects, will be able to solve.

So, let’s create a much-more sustainable, friendly world for ourselves.

What kind of criteria would we develop for our energy sources? They need to be clean, cheap, decentralized, and safe, as well as publicly accountable.

This is a very, very tall order. No weapons use, no secrecy, no greed. You see, we need a whole new social contract, and it’s going to be up to us to create that.

Now, most of the energy we now use is unsustainable. It’s very obvious that we’re going to wars of conquest for the oil... and the pollution, and climate change, etcetera, etcetera.

Among the net energy non-solutions, of course, are hydrocarbons or fossil fuels – oil, coal and natural gas. Terrible! Terrible! Nuclear power is expensive and unsafe. Remember Chernobyl? And there’s no safe disposal of the high-level radioactive waste. There’s the potential of global proliferation of the technologies and weapons.

So, some people say: Well, let’s have a hydrogen economy. Hydrogen burns clean. But hydrogen costs more to… it takes more energy to produce the hydrogen than you get out of the fuel, unless you do things to the hydrogen to manipulate its chemical nature.

And, then, we have a form of over-unity, or free energy.

Biofuels; biofuels, such as corn -- ethanol from corn -- don’t work. It’s another way of burning carbon. It burns a little bit cleaner, but you need a whole, big infrastructure to develop it. So that’s not gonna work, and it competes with agriculture!

One sports-utility vehicle’s tank-full of biofuel... one tank-full of the sports-utility vehicle of biofuel could feed one hungry person in one year. Yet, in North America and parts of Europe, there’s a huge amount of corn being grown for ethanol. And that’s burning food!

Solar and wind suffer from high cost. We’re talking somewhere in the vicinity of $20 to $40 trillion dollars for a solar or wind economy to replace current energy demand. It takes great materials and land use, and is intermittent and diffuse – meaning that it only works when the wind blows and the sun shines, and it’s not very concentrated.

I would love for solar and wind to be the answer, but I think we’re in a new century now and we need to look forward rather than backward.

So, the new energy technologies include the so-called zero-point energy devices. Yes, these are basically electromagnetic devices that, through the use of vibrating electrons – either through the rotary motion of a wheel with magnets or electromagnets, or through the vibrations of electrons within a solid-state device – can tap the enormous potential energy field of the vacuum.

This field is called many different things; sometimes it’s called the etheric field; sometimes the zero-point field; sometimes it’s called the orgone energy field.

There are many, many different words for it, and I believe it’s the same field that also underlies our consciousness, that we can truly be magicians and extract energy and information out of that field through our conscious intention.

So, someday I see, envisioned, small solid-state devices that could go into your circuit breaker box or under the hood of your car.

There’s also cold fusion, which is also called low-temperature, non-radioactive nuclear reactions. There’s a lot of confusion about cold fusion. [laughter]

Two University of Utah chemists, Stanley Pons and Martin Fleishmann, discovered that, when you put a palladium cathode into a solution of heavy water, nuclear reactions would occur on the cathode. No radioactivity, but a great deal of heat resulted in the reactions and the formation of helium from hydrogen.

Since 1989, there have been many replications of these experiments and yet, 20 years later, the mainstream media is just beginning to discover cold fusion.

Then we also have advanced hydrogen and water technologies. These are special forms of hydrogen and water that can actually produce more energy than goes into the system, as measured by traditional means.

So, if we look, for the past one hundred years – since the time of Tesla -- there’ve been hundreds of new energy researchers, but they’ve been suppressed by powerful interests.

Only with modest investments, can we make the necessary breakthroughs.

Okay, okay. Now, many mainstream scientists, including myself about 30 years ago, quoted our own bibles that basically said this violates the laws of thermodynamics.

Well, the laws of thermodynamics are not laws. They’re only theories that apply to a certain narrow range of conditions. This is one case in which mainstream science is corrupted; many other examples, too.

Another myth of free energy is that it’s so advanced [that] it must be further off into the future. So, let’s do what’s in front of us – windmills and solar collectors. And, I’m not saying windmills and solar collectors are bad, by the way. I think they’ll have many practical applications, especially at remote sites.

But, to make this assumption that it’s so advanced, would be like to debate whether... airships, dirigibles, or balloons... which one to choose after the Wright Brothers first flew in 1903.

The final myth is that we can trust governments and the marketplace to support the research and development. Nothing could be further from the truth!

So, who are the suppressors of new energy? It turns out to be just about all of us, [laughs] and that’s why we don’t have it.

There are the scientists, and we have already heard this, that scientism -- which itself is a religion, the religion of science, as it’s currently exercised in the Western world -- totally ignores the effects of consciousness, healing and other… many, many other new sciences that are longing to be born.

The environmentalists are suppressing new energy – the people that call themselves environmentalists. And if you don’t believe me, try to reach Al Gore or any of the Green Party people. Mainstream environmentalism is very cautious.

The most powerful governments and the large corporations are also suppressing free energy, because their own vested interests are threatened. So, they’re in denial of it, while some of the rest of us get angry. [laughs] Sort of like the denial, and then anger…

And, by the way, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross’s next phase of grieving is usually bargaining: Yeah, maybe this part of the government will support the work. Maybe this corporation over here would want to do it. But it’s like fitting square pegs in round holes.

And we have the mainstream media. Oh boy, do they ever love to spin stories!

And now, 20 years after the cold fusion discovery, with hundreds of replications and a worldwide scientific community of cold fusion researchers, 60 Minutes on CBS finally ran a segment on cold fusion. But, they act as if: Well, you know, this thing isn’t real; but, maybe, it is after all because they discovered it!

So, so many vested interests are threatened by the possibility of an abundant, sustainable future with clean, breakthrough energy.

We had a number of meetings among some of the well-known inventors and researchers of new energy, in Colorado, in 1993 and ’94. There’re some very well-known people in this picture, including Stefan Marinov, who was the physicist on the physics faculty, University of Graz, in Austria. He fell to his death a few years ago... likely not to be a suicide.

Okay, so what we’re going to do in the very near future is to break for air, because it’s my understanding, it’s rather hot in here, isn’t it? We’re gonna have a five-minute break for air, so we can breathe.

[applause]

[resuming after the break]

BR: Life may sometimes be full of surprises and we’re all creating this experience that we’re having right now. So, ladies and gentlemen, I would like to introduce to you my friend and colleague, Henry Deacon.

[applause]

HENRY DEACON (HD): Hello. I’ve been waiting many years to say something. Three years with… what, three years with Camelot?

BR: Three years.

HD: Waiting for a moment to feel right. Just a little thing inspired me [that] Brian said, about cold fusion. So many people I know don’t believe… still don’t believe it’s real.

I’m still unsure about saying this, but once you say it, it’s over.

Here's my American passport. [holds up passport] Notice its color.

DAVID WILCOCK (DW): It's brown, for those of you who can't see it from the audience.

HD: It's not the normal color, okay? Just to show that my background is different. It's a government passport, for official business.

DW: It says Official on it and has special government identification inside which he's showed me and I can verify.

HD: I no longer... I have not been employed. I have no income, other than disability for four, five years now, since I left everything.

What I'd like, simply, to address the cold fusion. I mentioned to Brian that, when I was at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, it was open to the public. I don't think it is now; it may not be. But, this is strongly identifying the location at that time, the location of what I'm about to talk about.

In the basement of the Physics Department building, there were some experiments on the Casimir Effect. [to Brian] What is the Casimir Effect?

BO'L: It's a special capacitor that produces over-unity energy. It's been shown, time and time again, in various physics laboratories. And it's been demonstrated in several laboratories.

HD: To use the... it's to tap the zero-point energy.

BO'L: That’s correct.

HD: And, it wasn't even in a classified room; but, unless... if you walked by and didn't know about it, you wouldn't know what was going on. Because, it's in the postgraduate school environment, which caters to military and government – the civilian component of the government of high rank – who go there for graduate, postgraduate-level research.

So, it's just a very small thing, but it definitely makes it very solid and real, and I've identified a location. So, as of this... once it hits the Internet...

TRANSLATOR: Excuse me, could you say the geographic location again?

HD: Monterey, California, near Carmel, California. I worked with different professors on many different projects, including a space satellite that went... was launched on the Space Shuttle mission one hundred and something, with John Glenn, his last mission. A hundred and fifty, or something like that.

I don't want to go anymore, because I don't want to take any more time, but just that is enough. This could go on forever.

[applause]

I do want to thank David for sharing the room. [David laughs] Except, I wish he didn’t read my mind all the time. [laughter]

DW: Well, the fact of the matter is that my other witness, Daniel, confirmed that Monsanto made a little box about this big, and you could run your whole house on it. They were used in many, many space probes, and it has been available since at least the ’60s. [to Henry] Can you confirm that?

HD: Oh, yes, absolutely. And then, Brian, talking about palladium... well, I actually purchased some palladium a few years ago. [laughs] It has very interesting properties of absorbing hydrogen and being able to separate... it’s a great storage medium for hydrogen gas, a safe storage medium. So, maybe, it’s above value now; we don’t know where it will head. [laughs]

BO’L: Yeah. The point here, really, is that there are so many technologies. Even in the break, some people came up to me and said: Did you know about this person, or this person, or this person?

It’s everywhere and, yet, it’s still been held back. So, at this point, our job is to become more public about it, and to demand that we are allowed to develop this in a way that’s socially responsible.

The photographs that I’m about to show are of some of the inventors, some of the many inventors, that are very lonely and isolated. There’s this device here; there’s this device that’s official.

So we’re dealing with almost an embarrassment of riches, meaning there are so many different devices, so many technologies -- any one, or some of which, could do the trick.

In a way, it’s really remarkable how complete the suppression has been. And yet, to my way of thinking, it’s our next step in our quest for a new science and a world of sustainability.

AUDIENCE MEMBER: Is he putting his life on the line by coming out on this stage? [Referring to Henry Deacon.]

DW: You bet your ass he is. [applause]

HD: Someone last night told me I had gray hair. [laughs] So, yes, a friend.

BO’L: But it isn’t white yet. [laughter]

HD: It may turn that way pretty quickly now. [laughs] I would like to mention something else that’s offline for just a minute, if it’s okay. It had to do with something last night, but it’s positive.

Dr. John Mack of Harvard University who... how many people here have heard of him? Okay.

DW: About half.

HD: Someone explain who he was. I can’t exactly do that.

BO’L: I could. He was a good friend of mine, a close colleague of mine. He was a professor of psychiatry at Harvard University, who did extraterrestrial abduction research. He was, unfortunately, killed in an automobile accident – this one may have really been an accident – in London about three or four years ago.

His abduction research is very important, because he discovered that the most common denominator of the messages that the ETs gave to the abductees, was to express how perilous our environmental situation is on the Earth. And this is directly out of his latest book, Passport to the Cosmos.

And I share that concern. You can see that Meredith and I are both just tremendously concerned about the future of our Earth. And, as the result of this research of John Mack’s, he came to the same conclusion.

HD: He had a... before I go on with that. I realize more and more -- especially since I, for some reason, started working with David, even at a distance -- once you get locked in and go with the flow of the Universe, for lack of a better word, something very magical happens. Everything you are [gets] synchronized in; everything happens in amazing ways; and each of us can do, no matter who you are, can change the whole future of the whole world – each of you. [applause]

Yes, you have to be patient, sometimes, and wait and not push things.

Back to Dr. John Mack: When I went back to school, and went back to graduate school for further education; I was at Purdue University, and I learned something new, a new technique. It was called Yang Chen Qi Gong.

The first day I went, it was in the Student Union, and they had an advertisement on the wall; it says the meeting is at this night, at this time. And I would look in the door -- many doors where the meetings were, for different clubs -- and I looked in the door and it was dark, like nobody there.

So, I tried next week... still dark. So, I just opened the door, and there’re some people; they’re all just sitting on the floor, complete silence in the dark, and they’re all Chinese. I sat down, and I understood what was going on after about a week or so, [laughs] and I started practicing this method.

And, anyway, I won’t go into Yang Chen Qi Gong anymore at the moment. But, later, I learned that Dr. Mack went to China, not too long before he died, to investigate some phenomena with his abductees. And, in general, many of his abductees had been practicing this. It’s a meditation, a form of meditation.

And two of the people that were advanced there were well known and documented in the university, and now they’re all professors in different places in the world. Well, especially, one named Dr. Fonzu; [Ed note: Unsure about the spelling.] he was in a state of non-eating for many months. He didn’t have to eat anything; it’s called bigu.

What I’m getting at with John Mack is that, I think, I said his abductees -- many of them had been practicing Qi Gong; but, I believe it also applies to other forms of meditation, and it appears that it opens yourself up to contact – and they can be good or bad contact. But, I just want to make you aware of that, if you practice.

So, when you’re practicing, you know, it’s almost like you’re opening yourself up to that. It’s like a beacon.

Okay. Thank you. [applause]

BO’L: Thank you. Well, we have just had a Deacon Beacon, [laughter] shedding light on a very important topic.

And again, the point is that the number of devices and inventors are scattered all over the world. About 10 years ago, I made a point of traveling around the world and this [unsure of this word “this”] visiting some of them. So, now I’m about to show some photographs of these fellows, if that’s appropriate.

BR: Just before you start that, Brian, I just want to publicly thank Henry for his contribution here. It’s an act of great courage and great service. And, I want to thank you for your friendship, your support, and your huge contribution to everything that we are trying to do here, all of us together in this room.

HD: This is why I came here.

BR: And, on behalf of Project Camelot, I would love to invite you to the Camelot Conference in Los Angeles in September, if you’d be willing to take the stage and share more of your personal perspectives on the New World that we have waiting for us. We’re not putting you under pressure for any kind of an answer, but is this something you would consider?

HD: Can I come in through the Mexican-California border? [laughter]

BR: We’ll smuggle you in, don’t worry.

BO’L: You have an official passport. [laughter]

BR: Okay... [applause]

HD: You remember 2001: A Space Odyssey? [At] the end of the movie, there was a star-child. This may have been mentioned already, a metaphor: This world is not ending at all. It’s just going through birth pangs, birth pains. A new child, you know? That’s all. [applause]

DW: Could you briefly say something about what the other people [Ed. note: referring to ETs] that you’ve met are like to be around?

HD: They make you feel very, very happy and good -- almost all of them. When he says people... just we’re all people in this Galaxy -- maybe a little bit different-looking; but, it’s like different flowers, that’s all.

So, usually, it’s a very elating, uplifting feeling. You may laugh. The first time -- you’ll be laughing, that’s all.

So, if you see something -- like in the Report from Iron Mountain -- many of the possible things to... alternatives to war, creating fictitious enemies; one of the things that was listed in there in the early ’60s was a threat from outer space.

You can look at that report. It is not fictitious at all. President John Kennedy asked that the Rand Corporation think-tank about the desirability of ending wars and bringing about peace – what the feasibility and possibility would be.

So the conventional-thinking geniuses came up with alternatives; that’s all, alternatives to war.

They thought that, if they took all the money that went into war and into the national reconnaissance organizations, that they would be able to feed and house everyone on the planet. And then what would the people do?

So, we have to have something; so, we create enemies. Just like George Orwell... we create threats. We create environmental menace. That was mentioned: environmental menace.

This was written... this report was put out in the ’60s. You can see -- it’s all happening.

BO’L: It’s very sobering, isn’t it? The conventional thinkers and the scenarios they come up with, which always seem to involve control. We have to think differently.

HD: Think different. ...Apple computer. [laughter]

DW: I would like to say, while we’re on stage, that there was one time when I was on the phone with Henry.

HD: No. Mr. Neumann, the real name.

DW: Mr. Neumann, the real name, and he was called by one of these clandestine agencies, and he put it on speaker phone on his cell phone. I witnessed the entire conversation take place between them. For someone to try to tell me that he set this up is pathetic. It was completely random, after we’d been talking for three hours.

HD: That’s how you run away, and it’s like the movie, The Prisoner. You run away, and then they find you, and they offer you work, and then you run away again, and they offer you another job.

DW: I would say that Henry, or Art, as his real name is, is the most-knowledgeable witness ever to come forward in human history about these projects. I again want to personally thank you for volunteering to do this for all of us. I do consider you a hero for doing this.

HD: It’s just what I came here for. [applause]

[Ed note: ‘Henry Deacon’ is Art Neumann for the record, so all references to ‘Henry Deacon’ (HD) will include Art Neumann, hence (HD/AN) from this point on.]

DW: Brian, what world would we have if these technologies get freed up? What can we visualize for the future?

BO’L: It would be a world of great abundance, if it’s properly managed. It’s a big IF. And so, it’s up to us to create social systems to facilitate the ethical use of these technologies.

They are truly breakthrough. For example, you could have pure water simply by desalinating the ocean water.

But there are many, many other things that can happen, too. You can have abundant food. Because, you see, energy no longer is a block.

The kind of new world that one visualizes here very quickly becomes a very, very good world. And, part of the good news about this is that we can plan it. We can plan this program, the whole thing, including making the transition as painless as possible.

The United States Department of Energy recently issued a request for proposals about new energy technologies. I responded to the proposal, and I called it Impacts of a Breakthrough Energy Economy.

In the proposal, I proposed a novel idea, which is to develop – even if it’s hypothetical – a question: What are public attitudes toward a world of breakthrough energy? Let’s bring this discussion out to the public. Let’s be open about this. So, that was part of the proposal.

The other was to get together a number of people, like as an advisory group without vested interests, to advise on scenarios of a clean breakthrough energy future. So far, that hasn’t been done. It’s been kept secret, and now we have to be willing to be bold enough to think about such a future.

Guess how much money I asked for, for the study. One dollar. [laughter]The reason for that, of course, is that energy, like everything else, should be our birthright. At the very least, a world of breakthrough energy will buy us some time, so that we can truly plan a sustainable future for the Earth.

DW: I’d be interested in seeing more of these slides. Do you have other technologies?

BO’L: Yes. Let’s look at that.

DW: But, that was great; that was great. [applause]

BO’L: Well, let’s do it. Okay.

DW: Because this is provable stuff. You’re saying these guys have hardware and it already works, right?

BO’L: Oh yeah! This is a trip I took about 10 years ago, all around the world. For example, Paramahamsa Tewari has a magnetic motor which the government of India has given him, actually, money and laboratory space to develop this.

He starts it up as a generator, then he unplugs it and it’s a free-running motor – or a free-running generator. It’s the other way round. He starts it as a motor and, then, it becomes a free-running generator.

Suji Inumata had another such device in Japan.

Some of you may have heard of Yull Brown. He developed Brown’s gas, which is a very special form of water, which people are now using to burn cleaner fuels, as additives, and also to actually run cars on water.

Next one: This is a welding device that Yull Brown developed from Brown’s gas, which is really extraordinary.

Sparky Sweet – I talked about that in the workshop this morning. He’s a retired engineer from General Electric, and he has in his hand a specially-conditioned magnet which lit up a bank of light bulbs.

Next slide, please: John Hutchison, Canadian inventor, who is sort of like a reincarnated Nikola Tesla, and is able to create anti-gravity. This was an aluminium – that’s how Canadians call aluminum – bar, and he thrashed it with huge amounts of energy he was able to generate.

Next slide: Tom Bearden – with a little artistic license here – Tom is still with us on the Earth, and he’s a brilliant theoretician of free energy.

How many of you have heard of Tom Bearden? Yeah, about half of you, a little less; he wrote a book called Energy from the Vacuum. It’s very technical, but he, basically – his bottom-line message is that the electrical engineers have Maxwell’s equations all wrong. They neglect the most important term in Maxwell’s equation, which is the so-called scalar term, which contains, basically, the information you need to extract energy from the zero-point energy field.

These things are very hard to explain, by the way, and you probably want to see a device right on the table now in front of you. For that, I apologize. What we really need to have is a concerted effort among engineers and inventors to bring this to the next level of proof.

Many people think you can just go down to Wal-Mart and buy your own free energy gizmo, but we’re not there yet. It takes time and money and effort to get to the point where we’ll have the gizmo on the table.

So, at this point, the important thing is to visualize that it’s possible to have this. You don’t even have to believe it; [laughter] just visualize the possibility, and, then, ask the question: Why aren’t we doing it?

Should we not leave no stone unturned in our quest for clean energy? It’s a very logical question, if we want a sustainable future for planet Earth.

Next slide: This is a very sad story. Eugene Mallove was editor of Infinite Energy magazine. He was the chief science writer for MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and he was assigned the job of debunking or ridiculing the original discovery of cold fusion.

Some nuclear physicists at MIT were not... or claimed not to be able to replicate the experiment. But these were nuclear physicists who had a very strong vested interest in their own hot fusion Tokomak reactors, a concept that has, so far, cost the U.S. government and taxpayers tens of billions of dollars.

HD/AN: It keeps them employed, though. [laughter]

BO’L: But they knew nothing about electrochemistry, which is what this concept is all about.

So Eugene Mallove discovered that the nuclear physicists actually committed fraud and fudged the data, so as to make it look like they did not replicate it, which led the late Sir Arthur C. Clarke to say: This could well be the greatest scandal in scientific history. This was in 1989, 1990.

And now, for 20 years, hundreds of people have replicated and done successful cold fusion experiments.

And then, we’ll interject something here that David just informed me about. Because you would think that: Okay it works -- where’s the tabletop device? Let’s make one. Let’ just do it! It should be easy.

Well, it hasn’t been quite as easy as you might expect, for at least two reasons. The one reason that I am familiar with is that many of these free energy devices respond to the consciousness of the experimenter. This is reminiscent of particle physics experiments, in which the observer changes the properties of the observed.

So, many rigorous scientists have not touched cold fusion because they believe that because it doesn’t work all the time, it doesn’t work any of the time. And, David, you have another explanation about why it may work sometimes and not work sometimes.

DW: I was talking yesterday about how all 4,000 pyramids and ancient sites have been built on this geometric grid around the Earth. These geometric lines represent where the most torsion-field energy comes from. When you have a cold fusion device on or near one of these lines, it will work very well.

The 60 Minutes documentary he spoke of revealed that, in some places, it doesn’t work at all. This is almost certainly because those areas are not on the grid.

I would also like to say something about Dr. Eugene Mallove, if you don’t mind.

BO’L: Go ahead.

DW: He had a working tabletop device that always worked. The only person he told about this was my colleague, Richard Hoagland. They were about to go to Washington, D.C. and show it to Senators. They were going to announce this on the air with me on a Saturday night. Friday afternoon, [speaking emotionally] Dr. Eugene Mallove was bludgeoned to death in his back yard.

[sighs] The killing has to stop. [applause]

BO’L: I know. It really upset me a great deal when it happened, because at the time, I had founded the New Energy Movement, and he was going to be the keynote speaker. And I became the keynote speaker and moved to Ecuador. [David laughs]

Not out of fear, actually, because Meredith and I enjoy our life there very, very much. So, that wasn’t the only reason, but I was very upset for quite a while when that happened.

And another tragic example is Stefan Marinov. Actually, he’s in that picture too. He’s the man on the right and up a little bit.

DW: In the gray sweater.

BO’L: Okay, the one in the middle. That’s Stefan Marinov. I knew him well. He was a physics professor at the University of Graz in Austria. He was found jumping – but I think the right story is falling – from the 10th story of the library building at the University of Graz about four years ago.

He was a very jolly person. And one eyewitness saw him falling backwards, falling backwards, as if he were pushed. He left no suicide note, and he was one of the most positive, highly-spirited persons I’ve ever met. He was sort of like the head of the European free energy movement. This happened about four years ago.

HD/AN: Don’t be afraid of dying. It’s just changing form. [applause]

BO’L: That’s why the concept of karma is so important.

HD/AN: It all depends on what you want to do here, if you can, first.

BO’L: By the way, the other scientist on the left here, Randall Mills, he founded BlackLight Power, which is a very special form of hydrogen in which he found that energy states of hydrogen can be lower than the traditional ground state.

HD/AN: How low can you get?

BO’L: Quite low and you can get about 100 times more energy out of a hydrogen plasma tube, than you could get with ordinary hydrogen. And he’s discovered... well, he’s made many discoveries in this and has even developed a theory around it called Classical Quantum Mechanics.

I think that, having been in the world of physics myself -- it’s fair to say that physics is in for a big change. And unfortunately, like the particle collider here in Switzerland, and many other state-of-the-art kinds of directions, it’s not as fertile direction as free energy and the new science of consciousness.

And, isn’t it interesting that quantum theory itself predicts and shows that consciousness does exist? Because the act of observation creates the physical reality you observe! Most physicists ignore that fact and go about their materialistic ways.

HD/AN: Well, at Livermore many, many, many decades ago, I found it quite novel that, after some research of the top scientists under Edward Teller, they were passing around a book to each other called The Tao of Physics.

[inaudible comment from audience]

HD/AN: The Way – it was a metaphysical book, you know, because they realized what was going on a long time ago at the Q-level clearance, Above Top Secret.

BO’L: Edward Teller, by the way, is the father of the hydrogen bomb; basically originated the Star Wars program for Ronald Reagan, and loved to create chemtrails and other things in space to screen out sunlight to offset global warning – and does it with great delight, like Dr. Strangelove.

HD/AN: Edward, would you please explain where you’re coming from? I still don’t understand you.

BO’L: And, by the way, he’s passed over, but he was certainly quite a stereotype of a boss.

HD/AN: His two babies were Los Alamos National Labs – that was his big baby – and then Livermore National Labs, which was Livermore Labs, his second baby.

DW: But you wouldn’t know anything about those?

HD/AN: No. And then, [it was] interesting how they kept changing the name, and that [was] very expensive, changing the name of Livermore Labs. It was Lawrence Livermore Labs; then they changed it to Lawrence Livermore National Labs – and, at the same time, it was the United States Atomic Energy Commission – and, then, it was the U.S. Energy Research Department – ERDA.

BO’L: Oh yes, Energy Research and Development Administration.

HD/AN: And, then, it was Energy Research and Development Agency, so they had to change all the paperwork again. Then they changed it to the Department of Energy. It was all the same thing. I don’t understand that.

BO’L: By the way, the U.S. Energy Department spends approximately... I think it’s $30 billion dollars a year, maybe it’s more now, and it’s almost all on fossil fuel and nuclear energy research and nuclear weapons.

HD/AN: In 1976 or so, we had a meeting. I had to go a big meeting, a high-level conference, classified conference, in a big auditorium and they put up a graph up here, a projection of oil reserves. And, then, they said in 30 years, we’ll be running out of oil, and that was Top Secret. I don’t understand what’s going on. It’s confusing. Why was that Top Secret? And is it true, we’re running out of oil?

BO’L: Yeah. The known oil reserves on the Earth will give us another 30 to 100 years, depending on how fast we gobble it up.

There’s a whole movement called the Peak Oil Movement, who believes that we’re now at the top, at peak production of oil, and then we are going to descend the slippery slope of scarcity.

HD/AN: That’s what we were told at the meeting.

BO’L: And, that’s what you were told at the meeting. It’s obvious. It’s out there in the public domain. I think some of the scarcity is created artificially. But, regardless of how you think of it, the hydrocarbon age that we’re now in is a dinosaur. Literally.

HD/AN: Oh, one simple thing. I keep interrupting.

BO’L: Go ahead.

HD/AN: I wanted to mention that I was very surprised... because, you know, it’s over for me now. Bye-bye. No... [laughs]

Project Shiva – Shiva Nova – a laser fusion project; you can look it up on the Internet. It’s on BBC lately: Oh, laser fusion. Something new. That’s what they finished in the ’70s. Most American scientists were not even allowed access to that project.

When I went in to the project, I was very surprised at the scientists I saw there, where they were from. Red China! Our technology, that technology, American science technology at the highest levels, was being given to the top Chinese people, in Red China -- what does that mean?

BO’L: Okay. Maybe we should move along here, and I’ll show a few more here, because we have been told we’re going to have a break at 4:30, which is 15 minutes from now. So, like David yesterday, I’m going to fast-forward! [David laughs]

What I want to point out is that we have had a few meetings among free energy researchers. This is quite a distinguished group, with a little artistic license as well.

I’ll just mention a few names: Tom Bearden, Hal Puthoff, Peter Graneau from MIT. [indicates a man in photograph] That’s Peter Graneau, me, Meredith. And Jim Carrey! What is Jim Carrey doing in a group of free energy eggheads? Well, he was filming Dumb and Dumber, while we were trying to get smart and smarter! [laughter, applause]

There’re some other distinguished… There’re Stefan Marinov; Paramahamsa Tewari from India; Suji Inumata; and many, many other recognizable people.

Unfortunately, the software billionaire that funded this effort, decided not to fund any of our work, because we were not dipping into the river of optimized profits. [snorts like a pig]

Next slide: We’ll go through these rather quickly. Let’s just go on. Two more. A good Tom Bearden quote, but not enough time.

Adam Trombly. Adam is a close colleague of mine and somebody who came up with a free energy device way back, about 30 years ago. He was told by the U.S. Department of Defense to never work on this again, and had his device confiscated. So, he started Project Earth, following the tradition of Buckminster Fuller.

I think it’s a wonderful quote and I’ll say it: There is a limitless and practically-useful energy anywhere you stand or sit. We can feel it and we can be it. We can tap into this with real technologies. We can light our homes and drive our quiet clean vehicles as the wounds of our tortured Earth are healed forever. Let’s take our planet back. Let’s start now! [applause]

Okay, now we have to really move fast because my pre-programmed talk is being truncated.

Here’s Buckminster Fuller. Shortly before his death, Buckminster Fuller came into knowledge that free energy existed. And he was such a positive thinker. He was overjoyed. He said: I’m glad I have lived long enough to see this. It is simply wonderful! I hope and pray you will live long enough to see the principle upon which this artifact is based become the new energy source for all passengers on Spaceship Earth.

Next slide: At Montesueños, our retreat, we had what’s called the Phoenix Gathering about a year ago. This was a group of visionaries that flew in from all over the world, and we were given one question to ask ourselves: How can we create a sustainable future for the Earth?

What I discovered during the course of this one-week intensive workshop was that there were different cultures represented, who weren’t talking with one another. And so, for example, the issue of free energy was not considered important, because the people came in with pre-conceived ideas about what kind of future we should have.

It brings back the famous Bertrand Russell quote: The resistance to a new idea increases as the square of its importance. So, we’re talking about supplanting a multi-trillion dollar hydrocarbon / nuclear energy economy. Next slide: This is just photographs of the conference. And, so we had these different cultures. We had the pragmatists lead by a progressive lawyer from New York; and, because I couldn’t give him a ten-minute explanation for free energy, he denied it.

Then, the deep ecologists – these are the people that really think the Earth is in deep trouble. But, they also, maybe, reflect a lot of the Green Movement, in that they’re not looking at visionary solutions, but going back to the farm.

Then there are the truth-seekers, which is represented by a lot of people in this room, that really want to know what’s going on behind the scenes.

And, then, the spiritualists—these are people that see the Unity in everything.

But, the people weren’t talking with one another, and I’m going to suggest that we need some of all of these features to do the necessary synthesis.

Next slide: Arthur C. Clarke, the late Arthur C. Clarke: Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.

Next one: Martin Luther King: To ignore evil is to become an accomplice to it. And that doesn’t mean that we need to go and blame evil, and fight them, but we should be willing to understand that malevolence does exist, and we need to do something about it.

Next slide: So, this is the conclusion of this talk in my new book: Embracing the Possibility of Breakthrough Energy, or what I call an “energy solution revolution,” should be our Mandate, not an idle speculation to be ignored, ridiculed, or feared.

Next slide: Well, I’m just going to show about four slides. I was going to do a whole piano/slide gig, but I’m not going to do that now...

VOICE: Boo... [laughter]

BO’L: ...because I want to give Bill his allotted time.

But these are photographs... Basically Meredith and I, over the past five years, have created a beautiful retreat in the Andes of Ecuador. For example, last January, Bill, and Kerry, and George Green came, and we had two conferences, actually. One was called “Crisis and Opportunity.”

The other was called The Camelot Conference, appropriately called, because I’m sure that, in coming up with the name Project Camelot, it goes back to the days when there was visionary thinking, where there was the Good King, or the energy of the Good King, that wanted to help humanity. Even the years of John F. Kennedy were called “The Camelot Years”.

Our goal in creating Montesueños, which is really Spanish for “mountain dreams”, was to hold these kinds of events, to create a new world, if we can take it.

And so, in the next three or four slides, we’ll just show you some architectural shots. It’s one of the most beautiful spots I’ve ever seen on the planet. So, we have two main buildings, eight bedrooms, plenty of conference space, and we warmly invite you to come to one of our conferences or to just stay and relax with us.

And this is the new book, The Energy Solution Revolution, which this talk was all about.

The next slide is the last slide. Well, that’s the next-to-last slide, I think. [laughter] That’s one of the views from Montesueños. And I know, Bill, you had a good time. [laughter]

I have to explain this for one minute [referring to last slide], if I may have one more minute. You heard a reference last night to the Lapis Pig. Here he is, the original.

Now, he has a swelled head. He believes that the bankers have it right, and that the military-industrial complex is very good. So, even though he has been designated guardian of our Treasury, he has this vision of having a statue created of himself, 100 meters high, made of pure lapis lazuli.

He’s just collected $287-billion dollars on credit default swaps with AIG, and now wants to drill the Amazon for one trillion dollars worth of oil and become the world’s first trillionaire.

This is an example of reducing what’s going on to absurdity. We have to have fun with this and at the same time experience the emotions of change.

The next slide, and I believe the last slide, is our information. The last slide gives the information about how to reach us.

What I’d like to do is conclude with a one-minute meditation. David suggested this last night. I think it’s a wonderful idea.

And so, just kind of relax, loosen your clothes, your body and so forth. And just close your eyes and breathe a deep breath in. Feel the love and light that’s present in this room right now, then let go of any negativity in your out-breath, any tension, over-active mind, stress. Just let it all go with each breath, breathing again deeply from your stomach. Ahhhh... then exhale.

And, then, imagine now a bright light coming through the top of your head with each breath in, and allow that light to surround your head and your whole body. And let that light spread out to the universe for the highest good of everybody. Let it wrap over the planet Earth, and let us become empowered to transform ourselves to the light we really are and the beauty of Nature all around us.

Just stay with that for about a few seconds. As you breathe in, with each breath, allowing the light to spread more and more... to your neighbors, to this room, to the city of Zurich, Switzerland, this beautiful country; and let the light spread around the world to everybody.

Let all negativity dissolve within this light, because, from the darkness dawns a new light. And one more deep breath in. Then exhale, and then gradually come back into the room.

We give thanks for this opportunity to come together at the Volkshaus, and with gratitude toward Bill, and Ruth, and the Ground Crew, the other speakers, the translators, that we can create a truly new world.

Thank you.

[applause]

RUTH HUBER (RH), translator, speaking German and then English: Bill made the suggestion to finish off the conference and round it up right now.

BR: I didn’t really have any rousing speech finished for the last section of today; and, even if I did, I couldn’t possibly cap the presentation and the finale that Brian, aided by Henry and David, has just offered you here. What I do want to do... I want to ask if Dan and Marci are in the room. Are they here?

RH: No.

BR: They’re not around. I don’t blame them at all, actually. I understood they held a wonderful workshop this morning, and they deserve a little bit of time and space, and that’s wonderful.

What I do want to do is just stress again that here we’ve seen in front of us the opportunity that we have of creating the experience that we want.

I want to thank everyone who made this possible. I want to thank Ruth, who’s shared this vision with me, and held it through a lot of interesting times for many months, and, without whom, this would not have happened.

[applause]

I want to thank the Swiss Ground Crew, because it wouldn’t have happened without them either. [applause] Stand up, please. Stand up. Tina, stand up.

RH [in German, then English]: They did a tremendous amount of work, all together.

[applause while Ground Crew, all in red t-shirts, assembles in front of stage]

BR: We’re going to have to do this again sometime; otherwise, I don’t know what people are going to do with these t-shirts. [laughter]

And this isn’t just the end of a conference. I want you to consider this as being the start of something else. I want you guys to organize conferences of your own. I want you guys to speak at conferences of your own. I want you guys to encourage others to hold conferences of their own.

Kerry Cassidy and I are going to be in Barcelona in two weeks’ time. We invite you all to come to Barcelona. Art, do you want to come to Barcelona?

RH: Yeah. [applause]

HD/AN: I’ll be there, too. I’m trying to find my Excalibur Sword. [laughter]

BR: There’s a bunch of people holding a conference in Amsterdam on the 1st of August. So, find anyone with a badge with a Dutch flag on it and ask them what’s going on and they’ll tell you.

I’ve been invited to Poland on the 5th and 6th of September. I’m delighted to be going there. I’ll go anywhere you like, if you make the coffee good enough. [laughter] And, so probably would Henry, except that he likes Lahsee. [unsure of word]

And I have a very strong feeling that all kinds of amazing things are going to happen at the Camelot conference in Los Angeles on the 19th and 20th of September. David Wilcock will be there. Henry will be there, I hope.

HD//AN: Immigration problems.

BR: Immigration problems. Oh, right!

Doctor Pete Peterson has told us that he will be there. And, based on our experience this afternoon, who knows who else will be there?

It’s possible that the next time the Swiss Ground Crew will be wearing their red shirts is for another event here in Zurich, where David Icke is coming on the 14th of November.

And so, there’s a lot going on, and there has been talk just today of an event held by the German Ground Crew, and this is being created as I speak.

Meanwhile, Brian is holding his own event in August... and I cannot remember the dates, Brian.

BO’L: 22nd and 23rd. And I think George Green will be there. We hope you will be there, but we realize you’re traveling a lot, so we can create another Camelot conference at Montesueños and we hope you can come.

BR: Art, are there any immigration problems going to Ecuador?

HD/AN: Not that I know of.

BR: I think you’d really like Vilcabamba.

HD/AN: I could live 156 years, like I was supposed to. [laughs]

BO’L: Right. It’s the Valley of Longevity and very healthy. Fresh organic food and perfect climate. [applause]

BR: It’s the most wonderful food I’ve ever tasted in all of my life.

I’ve been asked to mention the Free Energy Congress. Brian, you know exactly about as much of this as I do.

BO’L: This is actually new to me, but it’s in Switzerland. [translator gives details in German]

BR: Everything that’s happened this weekend is going to be on the Internet in some form and, for all I know, some of it may already be; and so, all of this is recorded for a lot more people to be inspired by than the 300-plus who are here in this room.

I jumped the gun there, actually, because David, I wanted to ask you, is there anything that you are doing that you would like to mention here and invite people to take part in?

DW: I will be speaking at The Secrets Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, [November 21-24, 2009] and I’ll be sharing the stage at some point with Disclosure pioneer, Dr. Steven Greer, which I’m very happy about.

I’m also doing an event in Toronto in September, and that’s the weekend of September 11th. I’ll be speaking the entire weekend and singing some of my new music, so you get about 16 hours of the kind of lecture content you saw yesterday.

In November, I have a five-day resort getaway vacation in Hawaii that will be happening; and, next summer, we’re going to have a crop circle tour in England for a week.

In general I just want to thank every one of you for being here. I only see reflections of myself and I’m very pleased with it. I do believe there’s only one of us here, so please don’t tear me to pieces as I’m trying to leave the room. [laughter]

But, seriously, I hope that what we can all take from this experience is the gratitude for knowing the truth and the challenge to use it.

Thank you Bill, for bringing us out here. And Ruth. [applause]

BR: I want to thank the people who’ve been manning the cameras. It’s been quite hard work and you’ve done an incredibly important job back there. Just give a round of applause to the camera people, without whom this would not be made available to the rest of the world. [applause]

I’ve spent a lot of time on a lot of different planets in the last few million years, and none of them have had as many countries and languages as this one. [laughter] So, I want to thank the translators for doing an invaluable job here this weekend. [applause]

Ruth Huber...?

RH: OK. Ja. Ruth Huber is my name. Ja. [laughs]

BR: You German-speaking people who are interested in anything to do with spiritual growth, you’ve got to read her book. [applause]

Rob Fleischer from Exopolitics Germany, [applause] who is going to be speaking in Barcelona at the Exopolitics Summit.

Thomas Kirschner from NEXUS Magazine, who has given us a huge amount of support. [applause]

Kristina Hollenvager. [sp?] Kristina, are you in the room? [applause] Tell her to stand up.

So, it takes a lot of people and lot of work, a lot of intention, and a combined vision to hold a conference like this. It’s not easy, but it’s worth it. So, don’t do the things in life, which are easy -- do the things in life, which are worth it.

I want to thank you all for being here. We’re going to be around for a little bit, I think, to talk to people. This is the intention that we have, is to make ourselves available to talk to people. But, more importantly, make sure that you talk with each other. This is a networking event.

We do hope to see you here again in Zurich sometime. Thank you.

[applause]

[ends with Brian O’Leary playing piano and the murmur of voices, people talking to each other in the background]

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