Displacing the Center of Gravity
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This fascinating file is from our archives and I finally found time to type it
up. It is definitely Keely-type information since it deals with the "centre
of gravity" (which Keely calls the neutral center) and how it can be
I won't go into the details of that but will leave it to all the other Keely
researchers who understand such concepts.
We have spoken with several people who felt the Israelis' have some kind of
"secret weapon" ranging from UFO's to Scalar weapons. This is the "hardest"
evidence we have found of such claims.
As always, we would GREATLY APPRECIATE the sharing of any information related
to this file, particularly technically based articles or hints of such, if you
get the drift.... ENJOY!...>>>
This file originated in WEEKEND MAGAZINE, December 19, 1977.
Israel's Secret Weapon?
A Toronto inventor may hold the key to Entebbe
by David Jones
Two books have now been written on the daring raid which
rescued 103 hijack hostages from Entebbe Airport on July 3, 1976.
Numerous interviews and official explanations have been given, yet the puzzle
How did the Israeli rescue mission manage to ELUDE the radar of six
nations lying beneath or alongside the flight path, including that of
The answer to the Entebbe mystery may lie with a 64-year-old
Canadian appliance repairman and heart patient.
The first hint of Sid Hurwich's connection with the raid filtered
out last June at a ceremony in Toronto's Besh Tzedec synagogue,
where Hurwich was presented with the award of Protectors of the
State of Israel on behalf of the Zionist Organization of Canada for a
secret military device he had given Israel SEVEN YEARS EARLIER.
Six weeks later an item appeared in the Tornont Star linking the
Hurwich device to the raid on Entebbe. The wire services picked it up
and the story took off round the world.
The most DETAILED ACCOUNT appeared in FOREIGN REPORT (we would LOVE
A COPY OF THIS ARTICLE at KEELYNET!, HINT, HINT!), a confidential
diplomatic journal produced by England's prestigious ECONOMIST
In an unsigned article apparently based on Israeli
sources, the publication reports that "all that could be learned
officially was that [Hurwich's] invention had been used in the
Israeli raid at Entebbe last year." The article claims the
"sends out electronic rays to ALTER the NATURAL COMPOSITION of
MAGNETIC FIELDS and CENTRES OF GRAVITY of weapons, instrument
dials and mechanical devices.
On the Hurwich principle there was no reason why the new BEAMS
could not reach and DISABLE tanks, ground-to-ground missiles
and complete radar systems.
The beams could also be TACKED TOGETHER to form a SCREEN that
would make WHOLE ZONES SAFE from bombs or missiles.
The Israeli's will NOT divulge what tests have been run, or
how the Hurwich RAY has been developed." (Does this not sound
like the mysterious Tesla Shield?)
According to his daughter, Sylvia Winkler, Hurwich "was around 9
when he started buying broken bicycles and putting them together,
and when anybody threw out appliances, he would pick them up and put
By 1934, with no training beyond high school, Hurwich had won a
reputation as the first private appliance repairmen in Canada -
before that only the manufacturers did repairs.
By the beginning of the Second World War he was known as a man "able
to fix just about anything." Ontario Hydro pulled strings to keep him
out of the army and built a public service department around him.
Meanwhile, with government restrictions on metals used in
appliances, the repair business took off. By 1947 he had built it
up into Shock Electric, which remains one of the largest businesses
of its kind in Toronto.
In another building, he started SidCo Company, devoted to making
electrical parts. When a heart attack in 1950 just about killed
him, he sold the business and went into a comfortable
retirement at the age of 36.
The idea for the Hurwich ray came to him one evening in 1969 as he
read about a rash of robberies from bank night-deposit vaults. "It
just clicked what to do," Hurwich says.
"I picked up the phone to the police - I knew a lot of the boys -
and I told them I think I can stop those thieveries in about half an
Hurwich went to work in his basement with $50 worth of spare parts,
and within a week had assembled a working model to test his theory.
Inspector Bill Bolton, then head of the police hold-up squad,
assembled police and bank security officials at Hurwich's home.
"All I can recall," says Bolton "is that it was under the table -
the device, whatever it was - and there was a bedspread over the
He FROZE MY SERVICE REVOLVER! You COULDN'T PULL THE TRIGGER, you
COULDN'T LIFT IT UP OFF THE TABLE and even on the table, you COULDN'T
PULL THE TRIGGER."
Hurwich continues: "And then I said 'Now take a look at your
watches.'" I remember one of them said, "When did this happen?" and
I said, "The minute you walked through that door. You walked in
there about 25 minutes ago. Now look at your watches. You're late
about 25 minutes." - (Most commonly available watches at that time used
flywheels on jeweled bearings, in other words, if gravity goes through
it, it will be affected....>>> Jerry)
As the security officers filed out of his home, Hurwich's wife
overheard one of them suggest that the army should be told about the
"That was the first time it ever entered my mind for war or army
purposes or anything like that," Hurwich says. He went back to
work in his basement. When he felt the device was ready he
contacted a brother living in Israel.
Hurwich had never been to Israel himself but he felt "they needed
it more than anybody, what with the Arabs saying they'd push everyone
into the sea." Hurwich received a visit shortly afterward from two
high-ranking Israeli officers.
After a brief demonstration they walked out with the working model
and every plan and design Hurwich had. - (Small enough to carry by
Hurwich insists his device is not really an invention. He says he
simply "took one of the oldest BASIC principles of electricity and
put it to a different use."
Which principle he won't say, just as he refuses to discuss how the
device works. It only works on objects that WILL CARRY A CURRENT,
he says. It can be aimed and ITS RANGE DEPENDS ON ITS POWER SOURCE!
"Any magnet will stop a watch," explains Dr. Howard White, a Toronto
consulting engineer. "It sounds to me like a very high-intensity
electromagnetic field that he is able to PROJECT, but I don't know
how he is generating it."
White shakes his head skeptically. "From jamming a few guns to jamming
electronic equipment at long range is a very large leap. But
Hurwich has never patented the device - he doesn't believe in
patents. "It's so easy to copy," he says. "I've copied things from
patents. Just make a few minor changes where they'd have a tough
time in court proving I'd broken the patent." Nor has he received
any money for his invention.
Oppenheimer and Co. of New York wrote recently to "offer any service
to assist you in determining the commercial feasibility of your work,
and exploring avenues to bring your work to useful commercial
Hurwich says, "at this stage money doesn't enter my mind. I am not
a youngster and I can't take it with me."
Assuming Mr. Hurwich is still alive, he would be about 74 years
old by now (1992, now +5, so he would be 79 in 1997). We
wonder if he might be willing to discuss the device further NOW?
If anyone out there in Toronto wants to do some research, we
would all appreciate any feedback you could provide.
Also, we understand that a beam can be projected from a
POLARIZED (usually circular) antenna. However, how it could
affect a field RATHER than just anything in its beamed path is
Additional comments added in 1997 by Jerry Decker
Imagine a device like this for banks, grocery stores or as a personal DEFENSE
shield that would skew bullets or stop a gun from firing.
Could it be using the spin of current in motion or possibly generating a
nutating electric field that somehow induces a current in a conductive mass?
I am of the opinion that it is most likely tuned to the primary resonance of
the iron atom and phasing it in such a way that the crystalline structure
What could be so simple that it could produce such a fascinating effect using
essentially junk parts?
Hurwich repaired APPLIANCES which included toasters, washer/dryers with
motors, refrigerators, possibly even old radios or early TVs with coils of
wires (inductors), condensors (capacitors) and other essentially household
This has long puzzled me and many others who have read this information, if
you have any ideas, you could do a lot of good by sharing them. Thanks!
Send comments or ideas on this to Jerry/KeelyNet