Directory: Keshe Foundation
It starts out like this:
“The Keshe Foundation is an independent non-profit and non-religious organization founded by nuclear engineer that aims to develop new scientific knowledge, new technologies and new solutions to major global problems like famine, water shortage, lack of electrical power supply, climate change, and disease, through the use of specially developed plasma reactors which will also give Mankind the real freedom to travel in deep Space.”
Nuclear engineer, Mehran Tavakoli Keshe, originally of Iran, has come up with a new plasma reactor technology that he purports to be ready to announce as being adequate to enable space flight, both via its anti-gravity attributes as well as its energy-generating capabilities.
Based on the analysis of nuclear and other atomic interactions and cosmological phenomena, Keshe developed a theory that fundamental plasmatic magnetic fields entangle to form double or multi magnetic fields.
“By this knowledge it becomes possible to design, develop and test new low cost reactors that can dilute plasma and achieve fusion of plasmas in a simple and affordable way. So it now becomes possible to create vast amount of energies (like electricity and heat) and motion without the need of burning any fuel and without creating any waste. These reactors can create at any point-of-demand matters like air, water, food, medicine, and new materials, also at nano-level.” (Book back cover)
“Based on these new first principles, prototype reactors were build, with amazing results, like creating lift and motion without burning fuel, and achieving fusion in a simple way.” — M.T. Keshe
There are hours of reading and study just on this single PesWiki page with its many links. One link goes to this basic introductory video of The Keshe Foundation.
Keshe Foundation Promo Intro Video (english with multiple subtitles) === PLEASE SHARE ===
There are many more videos to explore at the Youtube Channel of The Keshe Foundation .
The channel’s playlists are here .
PESWiki also has page for “News” about Keshe: