Pioneering Esoterics Lab, Geneva, Ill. How a Seemingly Failed Levitation Machine Led to the Founding of NSA & the Secrets of Ciphers. First Thinktank * First Privately Owned Research Laboratory * First US Decryptions * Genetics * Acoustics ionamiller.weebly.com/riverbank-labs-levitation.html
Many different research activities occurred at Riverbank, including decoding and deciphering enemy messages during World War I, deciphering alleged secret messages in the works of William Shakespeare, research in the field of architectural acoustics, groundbreaking research in the field of cryptology, fieldwork in the use of hand grenades and military trenches, research and development of tuning forks, and studies of human fitness and anatomy. Teams of researchers lived and worked at Riverbank, devoting years of their lives to frontier science. Many scientists from around the nation and world have visited Riverbank and stayed at The Lodge. The United State's military successes in World War I and World War II were supported by Riverbank, which is a direct lineal predecessor of the National Security Agency and Central Intelligence Agency. Original research led to scientific realization of acoustic levitation.
Under the theoretical spell of Elizebeth Wells Gallup, Fabyan read in one of Bacon's works a description of a levitation device that allegedly worked on acoustic principles. He built one, but couldn't get it to fly, so he sent to Harvard University for some acoustic experts to help him. Revealed by the code, previously known only to the Rosicrucians, is an acoustical levitating machine. A huge drum with piano strings stretched along its surface is rotated within an outer casing with corresponding strings. As the strings vibrate, the outer shell is made to levitate.
It had been known for some time that Francis Bacon belonged to a secret society called the Rosicrucian Society. They believed in conducting scientific experiments that in those times was often considered witchcraft. Due to Bacon's position with the Queen of England, he ran the Queen's printing press, and had devised what was called a biliteral cipher utilizing wide and thin letters to represent the alphabet. Colonel Fabyan also believed in the Baconian theory. Mrs. Gallup believed Bacon was the real Shakespeare for two reasons: 1) Bacon had invented the biliteral cipher and used it in printed publications, and 2) the original printed folios of Shakespeare's plays used a variety of different typefaces.
So goes the theory; trouble is, it doesn't work. Or, at least acoustic alchemy had not yet come into its own. Fabyan invited the famous professor Wallace Sabine to his estate to study the problem. The professor made a few calculations, and convinced Fabyan there would never be enough sound energy to lift anything. Might the old gentleman be interested in underwriting some genuine scientific research, such as a reverberation chamber?
So began decades of discovery: Sabine's formula for sound absorption is still used in many standard acoustical tests, and the unit of absorption now bears his name, "sabin." Acoustic Levitation is a reality. Acoustic space is capable of simultaneity, superimposition, and nonlinearity, but above all, it resonates. "Resonance" can be seen as a form of causality, of course, but its causality is very different than that associated with visual space, because resonance allows things to respond to each other in a nonlinear fashion. Through resonance in a physical system, a small activity or event can gain a great deal of energy; for example, if I belted out a pitch that resonated with the unique acoustic characteristics of this room, the energy of my voice would be amplified by the environment. That's why some singers can shatter a glass with their voice: they hit the resonant frequency of the glass (which is a space and contains a space), making it vibrate to the point of shattering. Resonance is a very powerful analogy for understanding how various types of energies and spaces operate. Resonance is just one quality of acoustic space; another one is simultaneity.