We have been indoctrinated to believe that antigravity technologies are not available to us and that we will most likely never get them to begin with. But, in this article, we are going to completely debunk this theory, stating who came up with examples of antigravity technologies in the past and, more specifically, how they were shut down by their superiors.
So, first of all, we have Nikola Tesla. As we know, the visionary inventor created several anti-gravity devices that could float in the air on their own.
It’s no surprise that this wasn’t reported to the media, as he was constantly shut down along the way and discredited for his inventions.
Bob Lazar, an engineer who has worked at A̳r̳e̳a̳ 51 for a long time, is reported to have reverse-engineered an antigravity propulsion system from a downed U̳F̳O̳. The information never left the area, however, because nothing that happens in A̳r̳e̳a̳ 51 can escape that area.
John Hutchinson is yet another genius who created his own antigravity technology using high frequency alternating current and magnets.
Eric Laithwaite, aka the Anti-Gravity Man, has demonstrated this many times so far. A whistleblower working for RCA claimed that he read a memo that stated that one of RCA’s engineers had also done this.
Otis T Carr, the man who worked with Tesla for most of his life, claimed that he also created his own antigravity engine and that he was able to take off with it.