Bruce Cathie

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Bruce Leonard Cathie
Born (1930-02-11)11 February 1930
Died 2 June 2013(2013-06-02) (aged 83)
Takapuna, Auckland, New Zealand
Occupation Airline pilot and author

Bruce Leonard Cathie (11 February 1930 – 2 June 2013) was a New Zealand airline pilot who wrote seven books related to flying saucers and a "World energy grid".

His central thesis was that he could use mathematics to describe a grid-like pattern on Earth (i.e. the Electro-dynamic field on Earth) that powers flying saucers and controls the dates and places where nuclear bombs can function; in his book "The Harmonic Conquest of Space".

He did claim to have successfully predicted and documented, also in his book "The Harmonic Conquest of Space" the detonation time of an early French nuclear test using his harmonic "mathematics", which is based around trigonometry and geophysical latitude/longitude coordinates. His theories also resemble Buckminster Fuller's Synergetics in that in reality everything is energy-vectors; which is reflected in his "castling" of Einsteins relativity equations.

Cathie said that he first saw a flying saucer over the Manukau Harbour, Auckland in 1952 and in discussions with other airline pilots discovered this was not uncommon.[1]

His first book Harmonic 33, was published in New Zealand in 1968[2] and reprinted in the United Kingdom by Sphere Books in 1980.[3]

New Zealand millennial author Barry Smith claimed to have received his information on restrictions on nuclear weapons from Cathie.

An interview with him was played in the fourth episode of the fourth series of the US television program In Search of....

Cathie died in Takapuna in 2013.[4]

Books[edit]

  • Harmonic 33 (1968)
  • Harmonic 695 - The UFO and Anti-Gravity (1971)
  • Harmonic 288 - The Pulse of the Universe (1977)
  • Harmonic 371244 - The Bridge to Infinity
  • The Energy Grid
  • The Harmonic Conquest of Space

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Harmonic Conquest of Space by Bruce Cathie, Nexus Magazine October 1994
  2. ^ National library of Australia
  3. ^ Cathie, Bruce (1980). Harmonic 33. London: Sphere Books. p. 204. ISBN 0-7221-2278-0. 
  4. ^ "Bruce Leonard Cathie. Obituary". The New Zealand Herald. 3–4 June 2013. 

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