UFO pioneer Bruce Cathie 1930 – June 2, 2013
In this entry to the MoV site we pay our respects to Bruce Cathie, a New Zealand airline pilot who put his reputation and credibility on the line to document his experiences of UFOs gaining an enormous following. Bruce Cathie claimed he first saw a flying saucer over the Manukau Harbour, Auckland in 1952 and in discussions with other airline pilots discovered this wasn’t uncommon.
As a result of this and subsequent experiences he developed a thesis that the laws of mathematics describe a grid-like pattern on the earth that powers flying saucers and controls the dates and places where nuclear bombs can function. His discoveries are in the same vein of research as Einstein’s “unified field theory”, where gravity, time and space and their relation therein can all be expressed in one equationIt is said that the US military attempted on more than one occasion to silence him using bribes in the millions.
His book ‘Harmonic 33’, for which he became internationally recognised, was published inNew Zealand in 1968 and reprinted in the United Kingdom by Sphere Books in 1980.
He also wrote ‘The Anti- Gravity Handbook’ in 1982 http://goo.gl/QVPbT
He was interviewed on many occasions about his discoveries and hypotheses which indicates a significant audience interested in UFOs.