Cosmic Secrets
Gravity
Letters To John Lear
by Pari Spolter
April 7, 2008

Ms. Pari Spolter
17648 Arvida Drive
Granada Hills, CA, 91344

Dear Ms. Spolter,

I just finished reading "Gravitational Force of the Sun" your extremely well researched and thoroughly fascinating book about the suns gravity. Rarely have I ever read a book as intellectually stimulating. Of course, in my opinion, you are correct on every point.

I confess that I am not as strong in mathematics as I could be but I understand the well presented evidence. I doubt that the scientific community had much comment because the information you disclose is very classified. I know you must be very busy but if you could spare a few minutes I have 2 questions:

1:   On page 196 Table 8.1 the pF of the earth is 15.0977 and that of the Moon is 13.1876. What would be the gravity on the Moon compared to Earth. Would it be .873 percent that of Earth?

2:   Did you write, or are you going to write the Gravitational Force of the Proton?"

In closing I would like to mention that yours is the first mention I have seen on Rear Admiral (U.S. Navy) Simon Newcomb's comments on the discordance of the 4 planets. Odd because of the short shrift that the good Admiral gave Peter Andreas Hansen's findings of the coefficients of the lunar perturbations he had discovered and Hansen's theory to go along with those discoveries.*

Admiral Newcomb published a brief article on Hansen's theory and wrote, "in case of the evection, the supposed discordance between theory and observation would not follow from Hansen's hypothesis, and therefore, if it exists, cannot be attributed to that hypothesis."

My email is johnlear@cox.net.
Thank you for your time.
Sincerely,

John Lear

Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society containing Papers and Abstracts of Papers and Reports of the Proceedings of The Society from November 1854 to June 1855 Volume XV (Prof. Hansen, on the Construction of New Lunar Tables). Annual Half Volume. Printed by George Barclay, Castle Street, Leicester Square, London 1855.

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April 18, 2008

Pari Spolter
11862 Balboa Blvd. #182
Granada Hills, CA 91344-2753

Dear Ms. Spolter,

Thank you for your quick response. And thank you for all of the reading material.

I can imagine the resistance from the establishment. I respectfully believe that you are in error about Brian'S calculation of the Neutral Point at 23,900. I don't believe that he calculated any neutral point. I believe that he took his Neutral Point based on what Wernher Von Braun said it was and that was 43,495 miles.

 Eugene Cernan (Apollo 17) made the following statement in his book "Last Man On The Moon" page 310, "It was Saturday, December 9, (1972), we were in the moon's firm hold, only about 38,000 miles out and drawing closer by the moment.

Reginald Turnhill, in his book "The Moon landings, wrote, "the spacecraft had been gradually slowing down, until its velocity was 2724 mph and its position 38,900 miles from the moon. For the first time, men had reached a point were the pull of Earth's gravity was less than another body.

I would respectfully suggest that the Neutral Point is very close to 43,495 miles from the moon and that the perturbation of the sun is either already accounted for or not part of the consideration.

That of course would make the moon's gravity at least 64% of Earths which I know to be at least that figure if not more. I notice that in "New Concepts in Gravitation" both tables 8.1 and 8.2 are missing.

Let me respectfully point out that you did not answer my question in my letter of April 7, 2008.

 My question was this:

1:   On page 196 Table 8.1 the pF of the earth is 15.0977 and that of the Moon is 13.1876. What would be the gravity on the Moon compared to Earth? Would it be .873 percent that of Earth?

You gave me some data from the "The Astronomical Almanac for the Year 2009 which is not what I asked for.

If you are uncomfortable answering the question as posed just say so. I will understand.

On page 108 of 'Gravitation Force of the Sun' you mention the gravitational force which keeps the planets in orbit around the sun. This is also the force which holds us onto a planet and in some scientific circles is referred to as the Gravity B wave.

You also mention the 'strong nuclear force' which holds the atomic nuclei together. In some scientific circles this is referred to as the Gravity A wave.

Both of these gravities are waves, and as waves possess amplitude, frequency and length.

I can appreciate the problems you are facing with the scientific community. There are specific reasons why we must believe that the gravity of the moon is one sixth that of Earth and it is to preclude that we should ever find out that:

1. There is substantial gravity on the moon
2. There is breathable atmosphere on the moon.
3. People live on the moon.
4. There are lakes and rivers on the moon.
5. There are forests and meadows on the moon.
6. There are huge industrial complexes all over the moon.
7. There are large cities all over the moon.
8. We've been hornswaggled.

Whether or not you make any further contributions you can rest assured that you were the person who published the key which will eventually lead to the unraveling of the biggest cover-up in the history of mankind.

All the best,
John Lear

April 19, 2008

Pari Spolter
11862 Balboa Blvd. #182
Granada Hills, CA 91344-2753

Pari,

They can't deal with you like they did with Giordano Bruno. Whether or not you own up to your rightful place in history matters not a whit. You are already there. You squeezed the toothpaste out of the tube and you are not going to be able to put it back in.

I can imagine the resistance from the establishment. It's the 'establishment' these days, not the 'Church' as back in Bruno's time. At the risk of stating the obvious, I respectfully believe that you are in error about Brian's calculation of the Neutral Point of 23,900 miles.

I don't believe that he calculated any neutral point. I believe that he took his Neutral Point based on what Wernher Von Braun said it was and that was 43,495 miles.

Eugene Cernan (Apollo 17) made the following statement in his book "Last Man On The Moon" page 310, "It was Saturday, December 9, (1972), we were in the moon's firm hold, only about 38,000 miles out and drawing closer by the moment.

Reginald Turnhill, in his book "The Moon Landings", wrote, "The spacecraft had been gradually slowing down, until its velocity was 2724 mph and its position 38,900 miles from the moon. For the first time, men had reached a point were the pull of Earth's gravity was less than another body."

I would respectfully suggest that the Neutral Point is very close to 43,495 miles from the moon and that the perturbation of the sun (as dreadfully complicated a three-body problem as it is) has been already accounted for. That, of course, would make the moon's gravity at least 64% of Earths which I know to be at least as much, if not more.

 I notice that in "New Concepts in Gravitation" both of your tables 8.1 and 8.2 from 'Gravitational Force of the Sun' are missing.

Let me also respectfully point out that you did not answer my question in my letter of April 7, 2008.

My question was this:

1:   On page 196 Table 8.1 the pF of the earth is 15.0977 and that of the Moon is 13.1876. What would be the gravity on the Moon compared to Earth? Would it be .873 percent that of Earth?

You gave me some data from the "The Astronomical Almanac for the Year 2009 which is not what I asked for.

My problem is to resolve the difference between 64% and 87%. Just looking at the videos of the astronauts on the moon during  the Apollo program the gravity has to be somewhere between these 2 values. It cannot be one sixth that of Earths.

On page 108 of 'Gravitation Force of the Sun' you mention the gravitational force which keeps the planets in orbit around the sun. This is also the force which holds us onto a planet and in some scientific circles is referred to as the Gravity B wave.

You also mention the 'strong nuclear force' which holds the atomic nuclei together. In some scientific circles this is referred to as the Gravity A wave.

Both of these gravities are waves, and as waves possess amplitude, wavelength and frequency just like any other wave. There are no gravitons and there is no such thing as a graviton.

I can appreciate the problems you are facing with the scientific community. Please check out my website thelivingmoon.com.

There are specific reasons why we must believe that the gravity of the moon is one sixth that of Earth and that is to preclude that we should ever find out that:

1. There is substantial gravity on the moon
2. There is breathable atmosphere on the moon.
3. People live on the moon.
4. There are lakes and rivers on the moon.
5. There are forests and meadows on the moon.
6. There are huge industrial complexes all over the moon.
7. There are large cities all over the moon.
8. We've been hornswaggled.

Whether or not you make any further contributions you can rest assured that you were the person who published the key which will eventually lead to the unraveling of the biggest cover-up in the history of mankind. And that key is F=a.A. Along with all of its ramifications. And what they are covering up is that the moon is inhabited.

Your rightful place is alongside Galileo, Copernicus, Leonardo da Vinci and many other scientific geniuses. This is true whether you accept it or not. But stand up anyway, dammit!

All the best,
John Lear

April 21, 2008

Pari Spolter
11862 Balboa Blvd. #182
Granada Hills, CA 91344-2753

Hello Pari,

Enclosed are several photos.

The large poster is of the interior face of the northeast rim of Copernicus. This oblique photo was taken by Lunar Orbiter 2 in 1966. The frame number is 162H and the altitude at which it was taken was 45.9 kilometers.

The latitude of the frame center was 5°30' North and the Longitude 20°00 West. The sun elevation was 24°40'.

We are obviously looking at a strip mine and with a large magnifying glass you will find some interesting surprises, which would lead you to question the moons alleged one sixth gravity of earth.

I have enclosed herewith one colorized photo of a  bucket wheel excavator enlarged from the upper left hand portion of the poster. There is another bucket wheel excavator in the upper center of the photo.

The history of this particular photo is interesting. I ordered it along with several others from a NASA contractor. It came, surprisingly, in the form of a 16 by 20 negative. It took a few years until the technology in Las Vegas had reached the point to even print from this large a negative. When I finally got the print I found many interesting things.

This poster is made from the original print.

I am enclosing several other photos from the farside. Taken from Apollo 8, frame 2209 from cartridge 12 this photo of the far side originally appeared in NASA publication SP-246 "Lunar Photographs from Apollos 8, 10 and 11" and was printed before NASA started airbrushing photos of the moon in earnest.

Nowadays, when photos of the moon are taken such as those from Clementine, offensive material is removed digitally and automatically. I think the Naval Research Laboratory got a little arrogant with this technique which I will discuss at another time.

But the reason I have enclosed AS-8-12-2209 is that if I had only one photo to show to convince somebody  there was a civilization on the moon this is the one I would choose.

It is a photo of the moon just over the eastern horizon as we view the moon at about the 2:30 position at Latitude 30? north. The dark bottomed crater is Lomonosov. The white 'rays' described by NASA as a "very bright rayed crater" are actually an early crude attempt at using 'white out" to hide offensive material.

But in their attempt to 'white out' the offensive material they missed many other objects.

The photo that I have labeled as AS8-12-2209 (1) is scanned from SP-246.

Photo AS8-12-2209 (2) is the same photo but with a green circle.

Photo AS8-12-2209 (3) enlargement of whats inside the green circle.  Photo AS8-12-2209 (4) is the object colorized and labeled. Although it is much more defined on a computer screen it appears to be a terminal of some sort with two enormous opening. To the left and behind the 'terminal' are 2 arches which may form a bridge.

And extending to the right of the terminal is a tube with supports that extend to the ground. Lomonsov is 50 miles in diameter. Using it as a scale this 'terminal' has to be huge beyond all belief.

Another enclosed photo is of Aristarchus taken by a friend on mine in England with a 10 inch scope. We believe that the blue is the Cherenkov effect because we believe that Aristarchus is a nuclear reactor of some sort.

Another photo was also taken by Apollo 8 cartridge 12 frame 2189. Humboldt is center left and at the top center right with the arms sticking out is Petavius B.

One more enclosed photo is the LO-II-162H photo of Copernicus but with the actual color of the sky. I sent a color swatch chart to Howard Menger who visited the moon in 1954. He described it as a 'saffron' color. Howard just turned 86 and lives in Vero Beach, Florida.

Please excuse me if you have already seen all of these photos.

And also please forgive me  if I have stretched your imagination to its limit but its important for you to know why there is so much resistance to your theories on gravity as regards to the moon.

All the best,
John

April 25, 2008
 
April 28, 2008

From: John Lear

To: Pari Spolter
Sent: Monday, April 28, 2008 8:17 AM
Subject: correlation coefficient

Good morning Pari,

Hope you had a nice weekend. As I mentioned I am not strong in math so I wanted to know how you arrived at a correlation coefficient of r=0.9999 (page 128)? Is it the orbital velocity at semimajor versus semimajor axis of revolution?

Why do you have to multiply v2 by r?

Sorry to bother you but all the best,

John Lear

April 29, 2008
 
April 30, 2008

From: John Lear

To: Pari Spolter
Sent: Wednesday, April 30, 2008 10:26 AM
Subject: various

Hello Pari,

We have a section on you at thelivingmon.com.

http://www.thelivingmoon.com/47john_lear/02files/Pari_Spolter_001.html

 We would like to add the Jan/Feb 2005 Infinite Energy Magazine article,
"Problems With the Gravitational Constant."

Can you send it in Word or html?

Also we would like to post Physics Essays'  "New Concepts in Gravitation". Do you have that in Word? Maybe these are the same article.

My fathers company was one of the original government contractors (Lear,
Inc.) for gravity shielding in 1952.

Pari, is it ok if I post your letters to me on our website?

All the best,

John Lear

April 30, 2008
 
 
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