In Bordon’s The Link (1) from 2007 we can read about all kinds of aliens getting together with various non-governmental organizations on a yearly basis (2). Certain alien groups express their worries about our use of petroleum based energy sources. This is not really surprising, one could say. Another thing that surely was new for me was the problem of Electrogravity. He dedicates a complete chapter to explain this phenomenon.
Below I present an excerpt from an earlier chapter to give you an idea of what electrogravity is about. In layman terms one could say that if certain energy waves come from various directions and they meet each other, thereby canceling each other out, it may not be as innocent as it may seem. He gives an example of laser beams coming from opposite sites to cancel each other out. The energy would not disappear but it could create problems in other dimensions, in other worlds. One of the effects he mentions is that it speeds up time in these other worlds!
Read the excerpt below to get a better understanding; if you want to delve into this aspect read the free pdf (1).
“One of the major issues extraterrestrial groups were bringing to the conference table was a set of concerns about ecological issues involving excessive use of petroleum-based energy and complex hydrocarbons affecting Earth habitats and environmental quality. As it would turn out, there were also deeper ecological issues having to do with the misuse of electrogravity generating technologies. Electrogravity abuse is a galactic and intergalactic concern for extraterrestrial groups because it overproduction of electrogravity has a direct effect on the time component of the space/time continuum. We will address this issue at length in Chapter 11, so here I will make an attempt at explaining on broad outline what electrogravity is and why it is an issue of concern.
Electrogravity is a byproduct of technologies that have an effect on the infinite and the infinitesimal simultaneously. It can have an effect on an entire planet, a solar system, indeed, an entire galaxy. Very advanced alien groups have framed the notion of electrogravity as a problem by defining its existence in terms of not just sub-quantum effects but also in terms of yet deeper levels (or cycles), not just in terms of negative energy, which frames the definition of what electrogravity is. These advanced biological life forms have made their awareness sufficiently extended to encompass multiversal or multisuperdomain dynamics and become sensitive to the effects of an overabundance of electrogravity byproduct from the use of such technologies. To understand why electrogravity is a problem, we need to see how it is produced.
When light waves come together in opposition to each other along three different axes (say, x, y, and z), they cancel each other out. In doing so, their energy bleeds into electrogravity. If the light from two lasers were shone at each other from direct opposition, their energy upon canceling each other out (upon destructive interference), the result is electrogravity. To do so, all we would have to do is to vary the energy potential at the point of convergence, and we would then get electrogravity as byproduct. Another device would then “capture” this energy (electrogravity) and do so within an especially constructed “environment” within which this energy would be prevented from doing uncontrolled damage in the larger environment by increasing the rip in space/time through the variance in the time component. This, in effect, shortens the life cycle of the space/time environment in which the singularity occurs, thus reducing the longevity of the space/time in the immediate environment – be this a containment device or the spacetime surrounding an entire planet. From discussion during the annual conferences, there are already indications that this is the case with some applications of electrogravity producing systems available on Earth.
Two physicists, Lawrence Ford and Thomas A. Roman, have reported in the January 2000 issue of Scientific American that lasers can be converged in a vacuum, which causes “squeezed-state fluctuations in the vacuum of space-time.” This means that light waves have an interesting effect upon canceling each other out: they squeeze or compress space-time, causing the emergence of “negative energy,” where the energy is “less than zero.” This squeezing out or compression of space-time results in the sending of electrogravity into a space-time (or level of manifestation) with an extra dimension, relieving the space-time in which it happens of time by shortening it ever slightly. When large amounts of light energies are used, larger time-shortening effects (by speeding up the flow of time) can be expected. In Chapter 11, I will go into extensive detail on what this means to all of us and how its effects touch the existence of all life and life habitats (on planets, star systems and galaxies) in the universe – extraterrestrial and terrestrial.
We are not the only emerging civilization researching negative energy and experimenting with its applications; there are others, in both the Milky Way and other galaxies as well. There are also advanced civilizations abusing the use of electrogravity in the meeting of their needs, imperatives and policies. So it is not just us. Actually, by comparison, our current development does yet not overproduce electrogravity, but there are certain very advanced applications upcoming in the near future, which have raised serious concerns among the Link membership, both invited and observer.” (1, pp. 32-33)
(1) Bordon, A.R. (2007). The Link: Extraterrestrials in Near Earth Space and Contact on the Ground. PDF
(2) The Elmanuk from Gliese 832 in the Grus Constellation and the Possible Link with A.R. Bordon’s The Link | Galactic Anthropology