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Inventors Whose Inventions have Been Suppressed

Having researched disinformation tactics for the last five years, I am now publishing a series of articles on the subject.

Pogue Carburetor

The infamous Pogue Carburetor.

The infamous Pogue Carburetor.

Suppressed Inventions

The list of suppressed and censored inventions created in the last century that could have provided mankind with low cost energy in terms of fuel efficient vehicles and power to run your home is truly staggering. In this article Inventors Whose Inventions have Been Suppressed we will take a look at just a few of the hundreds of inventions that could have helped mankind.

With dwindling oil supplies and the high cost of electricity to run our homes you will simple be amazed by the inventions that could have saved mankind billions, if not trillions in oil and electricity costs.

Through bribery, harassment and flat out intimidation Big Business such as the Oil Industry and Power Companies have kept the public from reaping the rewards from these suppressed inventions. Many inventors have died mysterious deaths or 'committed suicide' and even the government and the military have colluded to keep these inventions from seeing the light of day.

Again censorship and disinformation is the common tool used by The Powers That Be to keep the public woefully ignorant of these and other suppressed inventions. Simple by denying that these inventions ever existed or worked for that matter, keeps the masses from learning how deep the 'rabbit hole' of deception goes.

Here are just a few of the inventors and their inventions that have been suppressed, but like their inventions, details of their lives and history are mysteriously unavailable on the World Wide Web.

Charles Pogue

The now infamous Pogue Carburetor invented by the Canadian Charles Nelson Pogue is a prime example of how disinformation, lies, bribery and intimidation works to censor inventions and keep the public guessing.

"Winnipeg’s largest automobile dealers tested the Pogue carburetor and got results of up to 216.8 mpg! In 1945, according to an unnamed source, carburetors marked “POGUE CARBURETOR, DO NOT OPEN” were used on American Army tanks throughout WWII but were removed from circulation after the war ended."

Pogue wisely sold his invention to Big Oil and overnight became the the manager of a successful factory that made oil filters for the motor industry.

This carburetor proved ineffective when lead was added to gasoline and this is the real reason behind lead based gasoline, so others inventors would not try to duplicate his invention.

My contention is that if this invention was really proven to not work as advertised why is their so much mystery behind the story?

Henry Moray

In the early 1920s Henry Moray developed what is known as the 'radiant energy device' that was able to tap energy from the metafrequency oscillations of empty space.

"Eventually Moray was able to produce a free energy device weighing sixty pounds and producing 50,000 watts of electricity for several hours."

Unable to acquire a patent, this device was never developed, although the inventor provided a working prototype.

Moray also invented the first working transistor years ahead of the widely recognized transistor made by Bell Laboratories.

His device could also be used as a weapon, as many of his experiments showed.

Moray had managed to rig the device so that it projected a ray of energy in a beam, and could kill mice instantly at over fifty feet. When radiated by the beam, the mice were carbonized immediately. They appeared frozen, but nothing was left except their shells, and they simply fell apart when touched.

This sound eerily familiar to recently unexplainable events at the turn of this century.

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Ivor Newberry

Ivor invented what basically amounts to a vaporizer to use the engines own exhaust to create a more fuel efficient carburetors. Although he was able to acquire a patent and sold the device in the 30's it has since been taken off the market.

This patent describes a carburetor design which was able to produce very high mpg figures using the gasoline available in the USA in the 1930s but which is no longer available as the oil industry does not want functional high mpg carburetors to be available to the public.

Big Oil has prevented the public from obtaining any inventions which might allow them to use fuel efficient vehicles. My '91 Honda Civic gets better gas mileage than many similar sized cars made today.

Hans Coler

Hans invented what he termed the Magnetstromapparat a free energy device that created energy seemingly from no known power source.

It will be noted that this hexagonal construction of coils and magnets and two "rotating" sub-circuits has absolutely no source of power. Yet, to the mystified Coler and Dr. Schumann, it nevertheless managed to produce, or better, transduce power seemingly... from nowhere.

It should be noted that the above mentioned Dr. Schumann is the very same scientist involved in project Paper Clip. On page 168 of the book Hitlers Flying Saucers by Henry Stevens, Hans Coler's device is described in detail and Dr. Schumann's connection to it.

Lester Hendershot

Lestor Hendershot invented the fuel-less generator in 1927-28 unable to get a patent he eventually committed 'suicide' in 1961.

In an article written by Mark Hendershot, Lester's son he says

"My Father said that while he was in the hospital, he was approached by a large corporation to stop his activity in connection with the motor or generator. Until the day he died, he would not reveal the name of the company, only that if he were successful with his generator, it would be a serious threat to their multimillion dollar industry. He named the sum he accepted as $25,000, and the condition was that he was not to build another unit for twenty years. That's when he dropped out of sight."

Suppressed energy saving technology was most prevalent in the early part of the twentieth century as the main source of information to the public was newspapers which were owned by The Powers That Be.

Joseph Yater

Yater supposedly invented a rooftop device that converted the freed electrons from heated molecules and was claimed to run off the 'fluctuation voltage' derived from static noise heard on radios and amplifiers.

This device was demonstrated to the US government and was declared to have 'real potential'. The government then took over the project promising to have a working prototype delivered in six months, however soon after declared that the device was impractical.

Joseph Bascle

The Bascle carburetor was invented in the 1950s and although was used by taxicabs in the Baton Rogue area was never commercialized.

It supposedly raised mileage by 25 percent and reduced pollution by 45 per-cent. Its inventor, Joseph Bascle, was a well known Baton Rouge researcher who re-modified every carburetor in the local Yellow Cab fleet shortly after his arrival there.

Not much is known about this inventor as I had to go to page four of Google search just to find any information on this researcher/inventor.

John Andrew

Again trying to find documentation of these inventors has proven difficult on the World Wide Web and this no different for John Andrew's a Portuguese chemist that invented a water additive (a green powder derived from coal) to gasoline that for all intents and purposes would reduce the cost of gasoline to about two cents a gallon.

Walter Meriwether, the Navy editor of the New York World, met with Andrews at his home in McKeesport, PA. Andrews was extremely paranoid. He said:

"Somebody poisoned my watchdog last week. The only reason my dog was poisoned was so somebody could get at me more easily. I am being followed everywhere, day and night. A lot of people know about my invention --- how it will put every oil company in the world out of business. Two cents a gallon for a substitute as good as the best they can refine? I tell you, my life is not worth that [snapping his fingers]! Think of what my invention means to nations at war".

He demonstrated his additive to the US Navy in 1917 and showed that it would work, but before he could commercialize this product he went missing and his research was destroyed. Other stories have Andrews being murdered and his sister taking his formula to Scotland where she ends up murdered as well. Nothing more is known about his whereabouts or his formula.

Guido Franch

Guido Franch, a former coal miner, also came up with a similar formula to that of John Andrew's and about the same time period. Franch spent the next fifty years trying to find investors willing to produce his fuel additive which he called 'Mota', which is atom spelled backwards.