Body, Mind, Spirit Magazine

#24 Hutchison Effect

By Grasshopper
Check out the Canadian John Hutchison who, in 1979, while duplicating experiments completed by Nikola Tesla, did this:
He discovered: the levitation of heavy objects; the fusion of dissimilar materials such as metal and wood while lacking any displacement; the anomalous heating of metals without burning adjacent material; the spontaneous fracturing of metals; changes in the crystalline structure and physical properties of metals and the disappearance of metal samples.
Go to one of my earlier blogs "#10 Where did all the rubble go?", and check out Dr. Judy Wood. I gave a youtube video link and her website. Do some homework and check out how she points out how the Hutchison Effect is involved with the Twin Towers and 9/11.
We're trying to connect all the dots people.

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