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The Integratron

By: Carson Kinzer
The Integratron

by Modern Spaceman

10 months ago

The Integratron is an acoustically perfect parabolic dome located on a powerful geomagnetic vortex in the Mojave Desert of California. It was manifested starting in 1957 and was finished in 1977 thanks to the hard work of George Van Tassel. He claimed that the structure was based on the design of Moses’ Tabernacle (writings of Nikola Tesla), as well as telepathic directions derived from extraterrestrials. This one-of-a-kind dome was constructed of wood, fiberglass, and concrete, as well as a sum of other non-magnetic metals to prevent any interference with the machine. This work of art was created to be an electrostatic generator for the purpose of cell rejuvenation and time travel.

Van Tassel was an aeronautical engineer for Lockheed Douglas Aircraft, as well as a test pilot for Hughes Aviation. Aside from work, Van Tassel held annual spacecraft conventions to help fund the building. Tens of thousands would come together to see a range of different featured speakers. Some of the speakers included high profile UFO contactees, as well as pioneers in the fields of antigravity and primary energy research.

The location of the Integratron is one of the most imperative parts of its functionality. It was built on an intersection of powerful geomagnetic forces that are said to, when focused by the unique geometry of the building, concentrate and amplify the earth’s magnetic field. A geophysicist even visited the structure in 2005 and confirmed that there is indeed a "significant, unexplainable spike in the earth's magnetic field in the center of the Integratron."

The Integratron is currently privately owned by three sisters, who have been dedicated to restoring and maintaining the structure for more than 30 years. Their focus is “to restore and preserve the structure while sharing it with people interested in its potential.”

Currently, they offer “sound baths” and tours by appointment where people like Jason Mraz, Anthony Bourdain, Huell Howser, and even your everyday Modern Spaceman like myself visit.  The sound bath is a sequence played by 9 different quartz singing bowls that are keyed to the energy centers or chakras of the body, where sound is nutrition for the nervous system. The sound baths are 60 minutes long and you are provided with comfortable mats as well as blankets for your meditation. I can only speak for myself here, but it's something you encounter and afterwards wish you could wake up to this everyday. Renewing is an understatement. Truly extraordinary, a little more like it.


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