This just in: We may have finally found evidence of terrestrial entities, invisible to the human eye.
New telescope lens may have found evidence of something unidentified and moving in a rotation pattern in the night sky. Why haven’t we known about this before? Well, these beings are unobservable with the traditional Galilean telescope.
A recent report published in the American Journal of Modern Physics suggests a new telescope, fitted with a concave lens instead of the convex lens, is responsible for finding these invisible entities. In September, in Tampa Bay, Florida, the Santilli telescope was aimed over the city where we immediately caught a glimpse of something never seen before. The discovery, with the use of the new telescope, was made by Dr. Ruggero Santilli, an expert in mathematics, physics and cosmology. Dr. Santilli is highly regarded for winning Nobel prizes in both Chemistry and Physics.
More about Dr. Ruggero Santilli
Dr. Ruggero Santilli was born in Italy where he received his Ph.D. in mathematics and physics. In 1967, he gained a chair in Nuclear physics at the Avogadro Institute in Turin. Santilli has been the author of 250 technical articles, the recipient of numerous prestigious prizes and many nominations for the Nobel prizes in Physics and Chemistry, where he has won both. He is now chairman of the board and head scientist of Thunder Energies Corporation, which develops the cleanest and most efficient combustion of fossil and synthetic fuels. This is only a portion of Santilli’s achievements.
And what of the Santilli telescope?
The Santilli telescope was designed to observe antimatter light. Although I don’t quite understand the idea of “antimatter light”, it is supposed to have a negative index of refraction, which works perfectly with the concave lens. Traditional Galileo telescopes, on the other hand, use convex lenses.
Results from the 2014 publications in the Clifford Algebras and their Applications show Santilli has already used both the Santilli and Galileo telescopes to gather evidence for antimatter asteroids, antimatter galaxies and antimatter cosmic rays. Now, unknown terrestrial entities are observed in our night skies, possibly giving credit to those who claim to have already witnessed plenty of “visitations”.
“On September 5, 2015, at 9.30 pm the author aimed a pair of 100 mm Galileo and Santilli telescopes at the night sky over Tampa Bay, Florida, as seen from the NE orientation of the terrace of room 775 of the Vinoy Renaissance Hotel in St. Petersburg…
To his great surprise, unidentified yet clearly visible entities immediately appeared in the screen of the camera attached to the Santilli telescope, without any enlargement, without the same entities being visible to the naked eyes, and without any corresponding image existing in the screen of the camera attached to the Galileo telescope.
This unexpected discovery triggered a novel systematic use of the pair of Galileo and Santilli telescopes, this time, for the search of entities, here called Invisible Terrestrial Entities, that are invisible to our eyes as well as to our optical instruments with convex lenses, but are otherwise fully visible via the Santilli telescope with concave lenses, and are located in our terrestrial environment.”
(From the pages of “Apparent Detection via New Telescopes with Concave Lenses of Otherwise Invisible Terrestrial Entities (ITE)” – a paper by Dr. Santilli.)
Entities of the 1st Kind and 2nd Kind
At the Astronomy club on September 25, 2015, the existence of the Invisible Terrestrial Entities were first disclosed. However, there isn’t just one type of ITE. Santilli has discovered two types of these entities, both verified by his colleagues.
The first kind is distinctive, not by whether it’s visible or not. In fact, both kinds are invisible to the human eye and the Galileo telescope, which I have stressed before. This third kind is marked by the dark impression left on the background of the digital cameras attached to the Santilli telescope. Another noticeable feature with the entities is that they move slowly and rotate. This cannot be attributed to any impurities in the telescopic lens.
Dr. Santilli writes,
“The ITE-1 is made of matter in the terrestrial atmosphere. The entities gain movement through the usage of antimatter. When antimatter and matter interact, propulsion happens and the entities becomes visible due to antimatter exhaust.”
Unlike the ITE-1, which leaves a dark imprint on digital cameras, the ITE-2 leaves “bright images”. The ITE-1, as stated before, emits antimatter and this causes the dark visual on the telescope. Since the ITE-2 apparently emits regular light, it’s obvious the light is in the traditional sense. This “traditional” light is still invisible because of the refraction from a positive to a negative value. The ITE-2 can also move in a different manner, pulsating forward and back.
It’s noted, Santilli believes the entities are conducting unauthorized surveillance of industrial, civilian and military operations in the Tampa area. This is why further observation in this area is necessary. Not only does the Santilli telescope prove effective for astrophysical advances, but proves to be a tool for industrial, personal and national security.
Are you excited yet, a little skeptical or does this seem comical to you? Whatever you believe, it’s always best to be forewarned, prepared and educated. Stay tuned for more!
Image credit: Dr. Ruggero Santilli
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