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The Complete Proposal


 Prospectus + Book Series + Private R & D = Total Plan


For All Prospective Investors:


    In the prospectus "Exotic Propulsion Systems and the Global Economy", I lay down the first part of the proposal to make the world a better place through using the technology to advance the global economy and improve quality of life for every nation willing to participate. 


    In the book series, I lay down the technical plans that are the foundation for making that proposal a reality.  I openly disclose this information to lay the foundation and raise the public awareness of this technology for integration into the current paradigm of society.


    However, proprietary, and as yet unpatented research and development, comprise the third element of the Complete Proposal.  I have been recalcitrant to discuss my

personal research, development, and discoveries in these technologies because of the fact that most people are unaware that we possess "UFO" technology in the first place.  It is a huge leap for the public to accept that most UFO craft are replicable by patented technology.  How much more of a leap would it be for the public to hear that improvements on that technology have been made?


    Investors are presented with an opportunity of which has not been seen since the implementation of the first railroad steam engine.  The implementation of the exotic propulsion technologies is a reality, not a far off dream in the clouds. 


"Exotic Propulsion Systems and the Global Economy", PDF format, 31kb  (or read the full text below)



TOPIC: Exotic Propulsion Systems and the Global Economy

(a.k.a. "What Happens When We Reach Peak Oil?")

    Exotic Propulsion systems are methods of transportation that far exceed the capabilities of the currently used paradigm of cargo shipment and personnel travel. For the last century, these methods have been available, but have been hidden beneath a mountain of paperwork and filing numbers.

So unfamiliar with the public are these Exotic Propulsion systems that they have erroneously garnered the title of Unidentified Flying Objects. The reality of the matter is that these systems have been restrained from public use over the last 100 years because of Cold War concerns and profit margins of corporations vested in the currently existing technologies.

Now that the Cold War is over, petroleum reserves are reaching critical shortage levels and the earth is repercussing violently from the impacts of global warming, there is little logical opposition to implementing propulsion systems into the current global transport structure that:

  1. Produce no greenhouse gases;
  2. Are not subject to the chaotic forces of changing weather conditions;
  3. Can fly with the certainty and speed that will reduce aerial travel times from hours to minutes, and replace shipping time from days to minutes, in trans-oceanic transportation;
  1. Will increase profitability in direct proportion to the referenced speeds listed above.


1) What is the application of Exotic Propulsion systems to the Global Economy?

2) What is the expense of implementation of Exotic Propulsion Systems?

3) What is the history of Exotic Propulsion systems?

4) What research is required before Exotic Propulsion Systems can be Implemented?



1) Application of Exotic Propulsion Systems to the Global Economy.

Exotic Propulsion technology can repair the global economy by opening the next great economic expansion. These exotic propulsion systems are predominantly public domain material; their use can increase commerce and profit margins with minimal

investment. The increase of commerce can be used to establish global governance by swaying the peoples of the earth to be willing participants in their financial advancement, in the greater picture of improving the quality of life for all by expanding the speed and efficiency of trans-oceanic and trans-national transportation.

In the past, governments and big-money interests have glossed over alerting the public to these technologies because it was much more profitable to encourage dependence on the current system.

But now that the current system is in trouble, with ever more bailouts, skyrocketing fuel costs, and failing revenues, this technology can be integrated into the current system and made much more profitable. Who would fly a regular plane of any type when the craft employing an Exotic Propulsion system is much faster, safer, and more atmospherically stable?

The corporations that rely the most on government subsidies and short supply to increase their corporations' bottom lines now can return to the ideology that improvement in performance can lead to greater profits than reliance on the current failing system.

Convincing corporate heads that implementing technology that increases performance by a factor of 48 times or greater should not prove difficult.

The repercussions of the implementation of these exotic propulsion technologies will be felt in the stock market, with graduated recurrent increases as corporate

performance improves by the integration of this superior technology into the market. As market performance increases (shorter trip times encourage more flights; produce and other commodities can be delivered same-day for better quality and less spoilage...) and profitability expands, faith in the market will return and stabilize, and the economies of all participating nations shall thrive.

The open use and acceptance of these technologies will repair the global economy by opening the next great economic expansion. Space tourism can become a reality in a much shorter time and a more profitable manifestation. The cruise industries will find great profits in tours around the moon and the outer giants. Material resources need no longer be in short supply as mining the asteroid belt becomes a commonplace event. Oil prospecting on Jupiter’s moons could likewise easily be achieved.

The threat of overpopulation can be eradicated, as the technology to create lunar bases and settlements in other locations of the solar system can be implemented. Transport and shipment of supplies between these settlements and the Earth will be feasible because the speeds achieved are far in excess of currently implemented rocket technologies.


2) Expense of Implementation of Exotic Propulsion Systems.

These Exotic Propulsion Systems will not be deterred by expense. The materials used to construct them are in fact commonplace: copper wire, simple ceramics, and basic

frame building that can be accomplished by automobile manufacture plants, airplane construction plants, and shipyards.

The subsystems of propulsion that are categorized for this prospectus can be reduced to the following categories:

  1. Plasma Propulsion;
  2. Electrogravitic Systems;
  3. Magnetohydrodynamic Systems.

In reality the above mentioned systems are so closely interrelated that some persons might say that the sub-divisions are splitting hairs. Be that as it may, the technical requirements for comprehension of functionality are not excessive. It does not require engineers with doctorate degrees to design and build these systems. It has been stated, "If you can design a Tesla Coil, you can build an Exotic Propulsion System craft."


3) The History of Exotic Propulsion Systems:

The bulk of the numerous patents that have been issued in the United States, Britain, and Canada over the last 100 years for electrogravitic and magnetohydrodynamic propulsion patents are merely rehashes of the same principle of physics—that a high

voltage discharged as impulses can be harnessed to defy gravity and propel at velocities far in excess of those achieved by conventional aircraft.

Thomas Townsend Brown is the most prominent early figure in the recovery of actual data regarding electrogravitic propulsion systems in the United States. While many historians trace the source of the work to his role model and inspiration, Nikola Tesla, Tesla’s secrecy in disclosing data to sources in the West preclude him as a reliable source for hard facts for the purposes of this prospectus. Brown is credited with the discovery that high voltage impulses in a capacitor will cause that capacitor to lurch in the direction of that capacitor’s north pole; this discovery is recognized in physics as the "Biefield-Brown Effect."

But this discovery does not give a complete enough answer for Exotic Propulsion Systems for our purposes. It is the work of Henry W. Wallace, another important figure in Exotic Propulsion Systems, that completes the feasibility of their integration into the transport paradigm of the global economy.

Wallace discovered that high speed rotation of elements with odd nuclear spin values cause directional movement that is neither centrifugal nor centripetal motion. It appears from the numerous patents on these Exotic Propulsion Systems that elements with odd nuclear spin values increase the propulsive effect regardless of whether the high speed rotation method or the high voltage electrical impulse method of Brown are used.

Through Brown’s work, high speed electrogravitic propulsion is realized, but it is through Wallace’s work that the ability for a human being to withstand the high-G maneuvers that Exotic Propulsion Systems (EPS) craft perform is realized. Put simply, the occupants of the EPS craft are shielded from gravitational and inertial forces.


4) Research Required Before Exotic Propulsion Systems can be Implemented.

Most of the research has been laid out already, as evidenced by the hundred years of patents that recreate the same craft on the same principle of physics. Research and development will consist solely of stress testing the existing craft based on the existing craft plans to determine life spans of the craft involved, and maximum cargo capabilities.



The implementation of this technology, as chronicled by Mr. Fortune, can stimulate the health and expansion of the Global Economy, by encouraging the transnational corporations and world governments to incorporate the use of the Exotic Propulsion Systems for purposes of cargo and personnel transportation to foster growth on an unprecedented scale that can balance the global economy, address global warming, fuel shortage concerns, and over-population issues, while leveling the economic playing field between nations and improving the quality of life for all peoples on this planet.

For the technical elements and specifications of implementing these technologies as delineated above, please see the books listed in the Bibliography.



Fortune, Luke. "UFO How-To Volume I - 100 Years of UFO Patents" © 2007 Lulu Press Publishing

Fortune, Luke. "UFO How-To Volume II - Electrogravitics" © 2007 Lulu Press Publishing

Fortune, Luke. "UFO How-To Volume III – Plasma Propulsion" © 2007 Lulu Press Publishing

Fortune, Luke. "UFO How-To Volume IV - Magnetohydrodynamics" © 2007 Lulu Press Publishing

Fortune, Luke. "UFO How-To Volume V - Fusion & Anti-Matter Systems" © 2007 Lulu Press Publishing

Fortune, Luke. "UFO How-To Volume VI – Inertial Propulsion Systems" © 2007 Lulu Press Publishing

Fortune, Luke. "UFO How-To Volume VII – Esoteric Power Systems" © 2008 Lulu Press Publishing

Fortune, Luke. "UFO How-To Volume VIII – Permanent Magnet Power Systems" © 2008 Lulu Publishing

Fortune, Luke. "UFO How-To Volume IX – Hydrogen Power Systems" © 2008 Lulu Press Publishing

Fortune, Luke. "UFO How-To Volume X – EM UFO Systems" © 2008 Lulu Publishing

Fortune, Luke. "UFO How-To Volume XI – NAV / COM Systems" © 2008 Lulu Press Publishing

Fortune, Luke. "UFO How-To: The Basics" © 2008 Lulu Press Publishing


Luke Fortune may be contacted by e-mail at author@ufohowto.com









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