Water-Powered Cars & Inventors Killed
November 21, 2013(Left, Genepax, a Japanese car that can drive at 50km/h for an hour on a liter of water.)
Humanity is being held hostage
by the Illuminati bankers who control
the oil cartel.
"The number one thing that will diffuse the [Illuminati agenda] is to bring in an alternate energy source."
by David Richards
Water-powered cars have existed for years.
Oil, with its attendant evils - pollution, oil wars, oil spills - are unnecessary.
Water-powered cars have been given scant media coverage. In some cases, the inventors were intimidated into ceasing their work or assassinated.
The Illuminati quash free energy technology because it would transform society and breakdown the economic order. If you control the energy, you control the people.
Stanley Meyer, who invented a water fuel device, encapsulated the agenda: 'The internationalists want zero industrial growth, zero population growth... There is a move to force countries to sign over their natural resource rights, and if you sign over your natural resource rights, they have taken over the countries without even firing a shot. The number one thing that will diffuse the entire episode is to bring in an alternate energy source.'
Most of the cars use water as a source of hydrogen, which is a very efficient fuel.
Here is a list of men and companies who have invented water powered cars.
Herman Anderson (1918-2004) - Herman had an illustrious career as a scientist at NASA testing hydrogen powered rockets. He used this knowledge to create a water-powered vehicle which he believed would transform the world.
Herman created a water powered Chevy Cavalier (left). See Video
He was allowed to drive it, but was banned from selling or manufacturing the vehicle in his home State of Tennessee. The official reason was that the car gave off too much radiation. However, hybrid cars (that use both electricity and oil) produce a similar level of radiation and are legal. Go figure.
In 2008, a Japanese company called Genepax unveiled a water-powered car. They received a patent for the vehicle in Japan and demonstrated it to the press. The car is extremely efficient, able to drive at 50km/h for an hour on a litre of water. It runs on virtually any form of water too, even tea and soda.
A year after the launch Genepax stopped selling the cars due to lack of funds. They currently have a website that explains how to convert your car to run on water.
Stanley Meyer (1940-1998) - The most famous water car inventor. The American created the 'water fuel cell', claiming that any car fitted with it could run purely on water. A local television station filmed him driving a dune buggy powered by the device.
The British Advanced Energy Institute reported, 'We recently sent a delegation to witness Stan's work, to really evaluate it, and came back saying "this is one of the most important inventions of the century."'
In 1998, Stanley was murdered. He and his brother Stephen met two Belgian men at a restaurant who claimed to be potential investors. After drinking a sip of cranberry juice, Stanley grabbed his neck and ran outside, where he was violently sick. Stephen recalls, "I ran outside and asked him, 'What's wrong?'. He said, 'They poisoned me.' That was his dying declaration."
The following day Stephen tracked down the Belgian men. "I told them that Stan had died and they never said a word, absolutely nothing, no condolences, no questions." A week after his death, the Feds came to Stan's home and confiscated his car and research equipment.
Steve Ryan's water powered motorcycle - In 2005, "60 Minutes" featured the inventor Steve Ryan demonstrating his water-powered motorbike. The footage shows Ryan fueling the bike with just water and then driving it 50mph along a highway.
Ryan's firm, BiosFuel were planning to sell motorbikes with the conversions in them. However, the company went quiet before announcing, 'Due to political and economical reasons, we are unable to sell the motorcycles.'
The Joe Cell - An Australian man, only identified by the name of Joe "X", has designed an Energy Cell that utilizes water for a fuel.
Unlike the other devices that use water as a source of hydrogen, The Joe Cell uses electrically-charged water as the "gate" or medium through which to draw a special kind of energy from the atmosphere. The existence of this free energy (termed the 'ether') is denied by orthodox science but adhered to by alternative scientists like Nikola Tesla. Ken Adachi explains in detail how The Joe Cell works.
Joe's experiments with various prototypes of his Energy Cell were recorded on amateur videos recorded in Australia from 1993-1997.
Joe X was the victim of threats and harassment that succeeded in stopping him talking. However other researchers have taken his videos and manuals and tried to build the device.
A man called Bill Williams studied the tutorials and claimed that he was able to power his truck using the fuel cell. He shared his findings with a group of fellow enthusiasts online. He explained in detail how he was intimidated into stopping his research:
In 2006, Bill posted this on the group: "I was standing in front of my truck, and this late model 2005 or 2006 Ford Explorer pulled up and parked diagonally in front of my truck.
"The driver got out of the rig and approached me. At about the same time, the passenger opened his door. The driver stated that they wanted me to stop working on all forms of alternative energy. He also stated that we know everything about me, my family, and all my projects past and present.
"At about that time the passenger reached and held up a file that was about 2 or so inches thick. He opened it up and showed me telephone transcripts, emails, messages from the groups that I had belonged to. They knew where my kids worked, the times they are at work; also my wife's working hours, my grandkids' school, etc. They knew everything.
"The driver said that if I did not stop working on this (he then opened up the left side of his jacket and showed his weapon that was holstered) that there would be other consequences. He also stated that he wanted me to post that I was no longer working in this field and to destroy all my work, i.e. cells, drawings, lab journals, everything!"
After a few days of contemplation, Bill decided to abide by the demands: "I thought I was strong but when illness to the family comes into play, I have failed. I am truly sorry. I will not be working in any form of alternative energy field anymore. I destroyed my device tonight along with my written data and lab notes."
We are complicit in the suppression of free energy technologies. The truth is right in front of our faces: a quick YouTube search pulls up MANY videos of water powered cars.
If we want free energy we need to stand behind the inventors. As Stanley Meyer once told an audience, 'If me and you could come together in accord, no political institution in the word, no multinationalist groups could defeat us.'
In 1917, John Andrew demonstrated this to the United States Department of the Navy. Accused of being a fraud by the investigating commission, he put a few drops of a crystal-clear concentrate into ten litres of both freshwater and sea water and challenged the investigators to test the mixture in an internal combustion engine. Boiling with indignation, he then left the test laboratory. When the test motor started, the significance of this ideal source of power became quite apparent. A subsequent search for the inventor found him murdered in his living room. from Inventors of Water-Powered Cars
Car Got 100 miles per gal- Inventor Murdered
Additional Information from Dan:
"The Water Engine" is a radio drama by David Mamet, later made into a film. Written in 1976, Mamet set the story at the time of the 1933 Chicago's World's Fair. Based on the composite of stories of independent inventors, Mamet shows the standard procedures used to suppress inventions that threaten the monopolies of power. Synopsis - a lowly machinist working in an factory makes a working prototype of a water power engine in his spare time. He merely wants to sell it to the corporation so he can retire. What hasn't occurred to him is that the corps don't want a free-fuel engine. Worse, they can't let the world find out that it's even possible.
 Mamet chose the 1933 Chicago's World's Fair as the background meme for the play because is is famous for it's 'World of the Future' promises of solving all problems through technology - in the future! Sponsored by the big monopolies of the time of course: General Motors, General Electric, IBM, AT&T, DuPont and Dow Chemical, etc.
We're aware that public will never know that a free-fuel engine had already been invented, the world would never hear of the ill-fated inventor or his invention.
One must wonder why the TV movie version was broadcast on Illuminatus Ted Turner's network. Is it 'revelation of the method' to discourage people from 'getting any ideas'?
The Water Engine (1992 TV movie) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0105788/
Left, 1921 Johnson rotary steam turbine automobile engine.
First Comment by David K:
If Stan Meyer had not been so greedy and tried to get patents for his invention he could still be alive and the world could be a different place. Imagine instead he put detailed and precise plans out on the internet so anyone could build the device? Hundreds of companies could have started manufacturing it and individuals could have built it themselves and not even told the authorities they had one. If the plans spread on the net fast enough the Illuminati would have been powerless to stop it. And think about it, if he put the plans out there and simply stated "anyone who uses these plans to make money please send 10% of net profit to me", he would have still become filthy rich.
Maybe in his day this would have still been dangerous as everyone would know who he is but now with bitcoins someone could do this and remain completely anonymous, get their money, save the world and live happily ever after. Hopefully we will see something like this happen one day. People making these kinds of inventions need to try to remain anonymous... Do not go on television showing off your invention, put it out on the net with detailed plans and stay anonymous.
Now talking about bitcoins and other crypto coins for that matter, this could seriously be our hope of getting away from Illuminati control. If we all start using bitcoins we can trade without tax and with complete anonymity across the planet. And if you look at the fact that there is a limited number of bitcoins and all cryptos to be found and the world economy is growing and more people are finding out about bitcoins its not hard to see that the value can and will continue to grow for a very long time. In January this year bitcoins sold for $13 and today they sell for around $700 and it is sure that they will continue to rise. Anyone who wants freedom from the Illuminati needs to get on the Bitcoins and Litecoins and Feather coins etc. It is the way of the future. It may not be an ideal solution but there is currently nothing else even close to crypto currencies in potential for freeing up the economy to move away from Illuminati control.
This article is spot-on. Many American conservatives continue to live under the illusion that their country is a land of unbridled free enterprise, where "any boy can get to be President" and any idea, if ingenious and pursued with hard work, will succeed. This is not the case. Few people or ideas will rise to the top without Illuminati approval. I learned this the hard way a few years ago when I--believing in the "land of free enterprise" myself-- invested in a small company that had developed a genuinely revolutionary product, only to see it killed when no capital would support it. There are many parallels to this article--in medicine, for example, where developers of cancer cures have been suppressed and/or assassinated. Free enterprise is allowed to thrive only in certain approved areas--such as software technology, because the Illuminati want us to move into a surveillance age where are all money and information will become digital.
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