Sunday, November 22, 2015

The Himalayas - the highest Mountain Peak on Earth

The Himalayas from 20,000 ft. from Teton Gravity Research on Vimeo.


The Himalayas; the highest mountain peak on Earth that comprise Mt. Everest, Mt. Ama Dablam and Lhotse. Underneath these mountains is the Inner Earth ancient city of Shamballah that has underground passages connecting it to Tibet, Agartha and interconnected to all underground tunnels that has high speed shuttles spanning throughout the world. The shuttles are high tech; it is nothing that we've seen on the surface of the earth.  It floats above the ground as though magnetically levitated and inside the shuttle has a feature that cancels the inertia making it possible to travel long distances at a very high speed in a matter of minutes without harming the physical body.  It is not powered by fossil fuel as it does not have any engine.

Inertia and G-force are part of the effects of gravity that a moving object will be subjected to the force of its motion in relation to gravitational pull.  An object that is moving at supersonic speed or higher can incur the force of inertia.  At that kind of speed, when the object suddenly stops, it forces the object to be thrown in equal measure to the force that it is moving into.  However, this is only possible in physics when there is no reversal of gravitational pull.   

Take for example, the constant spinning and motion of the Earth.  We know the Earth revolves on its axis and at the same time travels at certain speeds around the sun, combined with the magnetic pull of the Sun as it makes the Earth as though it is part of the network of trailers of planets bringing the solar system for a journey and travel into space.  With all these movements; we on the surface of the world, do not feel the motion.  And this is exactly the same with this underground shuttles found under the Earth.  They travel at high speed but the people and or the travelers inside the shuttle do not experience the pull of the inertia; as though they are just outside the vessel.  This means at that high speed, they can even drink coffee and that will not spill any drop to the ground at all.  The same thing with flying saucers; they can make quick and sharp 90 degree right angle turn and not suffer any ill effects of the force of inertia.  They do not have to wear any seatbelts at all and are free to stand up and walk inside the moving vessel without being thrown to its walls.  Meaning, it is not subject to the gravitational pull, making them able to fly as fast or faster than the speed of LIGHT as they wish!


The aerial cinema experts at Teton Gravity Research release the first ultra HD footage of the Himalayas shot from above 20,000 ft. with the GSS C520 system, the most advanced gyro-stabilized camera system in the world. Filmed from a helicopter with a crew flying from Kathmandu at 4,600 ft. up to 24,000 ft. on supplemental oxygen, these are some of the most stable, crisp, clear aerial shots of these mountains ever released, which include Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, and Lhotse.

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