So, one of the site visits we did was the Walter Russell museum in Waynesboro, VA. Russell was a polymath who had a 4th-grade education, went through art school and became the White House sculptor under FDR. He had a huge network, was involved in real estate development including housing cooperatives in NYC, and was a management consultant to IBM, to boot. Later in his life he had some download about the universe and created many drawings and diagrams about light and optics. In the museum was a model of a high-efficiency power generator, and supposedly he gave the plans for it to NORAD. I bought a book of his on light, but I haven’t read it yet. When looking up Russell and NORAD I found this PDF. Hard to say for sure if it is authentic, but the scans include a few letters on Raytheon letterhead. The contact was in Colorado Springs, CO. @Jason_Bosch @Stephers
Mulberger referenced - seemed to be a WWII Air Force veteran later involved in advertising in Milwaukee.
Walter Russell’s lecture on “two-way thinking” delivered to IBM.
“I believe Mr. Watson is helping to unfold the design of life in this dangerous age. I believe that Mr. Watson’s only way of spreading this doctrine of internationalism, which must lead to a unitary civilization someday, is to first balance his machine building power with an equal man-building power. This would multiply IBM and balance the Watsonian Principle. It would then spread that principle throughout the world to raise the standard of ethics.”
One letter references conversations with Dr. Page. I believe this is Robert Morris Page of the Office of Naval Research, a physicist with an interest in radar and spirituality.
Numerous references in the letters to General Ethan Chapman of NORAD.
This makes me think about the interest in molecular engineers into unlocking the secrets of photosynthesis using radio-isotopes. @leo