The Man Who Invented Iran’s Flying Saucer

Photo: FARS

Photo: FARS

Hank Mills reports for Pure Energy Systems News that nuclear engineer Mehran Tavakoli Keshe has came forward as being the developer of the technology being used in Iran’s new “flying saucer.” His technology is claimed to harness magnetism and gravity to allow travel throughout the solar system and beyond:

On March 16th, 2011, the hard-line Iranian news agency Fars issued a press release stating Iran had developed a flying saucer. The unmanned saucer named “Zohal” is stated to be equipped with an auto-pilot system, GPS, and an imaging system. It is claimed the craft can fly indoors and outside. Initially, the press release included a stock photo of a flying saucer that was obviously from an old SCIFI movie. This image was later replaced with a picture of what looks like an ordinary quadrocopter. Such an image would tend to indicate there is nothing exotic about the craft

Now, nuclear Engineer, Mehran Tavakoli Keshe, who we have interviewed and covered here in our news for a couple of years, has came forward and claimed to be the developer of the gravity manipulating technology being used in the Iranian flying saucer – something he divulged to us in the past, prior to the official Iranian announcement.

Mehran Keshe is the director of the Keshe Foundation. He claims to have developed a special plasma reactor that allows for the manipulation of gravitational and magnetic fields to produce motion…

[continues at Pure Energy Systems News]

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  • Butter Knife

    Good on him, inventing a device that appears functionally identical to something already available in Western hobby shops as a toy for teens. Looks like a pretty decent build quality, but without looking at and testing the internals that’s just a quick assessment of one low-res shot of the exterior.

    As for running on gravity and magnetism… neither makes sense alone, and the obvious inclusion of propellers would suggest that it uses them instead. Perhaps he means that gravity keeps it righted, and magnetism is integral to driving electric motors? Otherwise they would just be dead weight and drag… both of which are antithetical to aerodynamics.

    I’m glad to see that they’ve at least updated the photo, though. The original one was just ridiculous.

  • Butter Knife

    Good on him, inventing a device that appears functionally identical to something already available in Western hobby shops as a toy for teens. Looks like a pretty decent build quality, but without looking at and testing the internals that’s just a quick assessment of one low-res shot of the exterior.

    As for running on gravity and magnetism… neither makes sense alone, and the obvious inclusion of propellers would suggest that it uses them instead. Perhaps he means that gravity keeps it righted, and magnetism is integral to driving electric motors? Otherwise they would just be dead weight and drag… both of which are antithetical to aerodynamics.

    I’m glad to see that they’ve at least updated the photo, though. The original one was just ridiculous.

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