Lifter Flight-Test Compilation Footage

September 20, 2018| Electrogravitics|1 Minutes|By AAG

This footage is some of the hundreds of video tests we shot of antigravity “Lifters” being tested by Tim Ventura & American Antigravity during the early 2000’s.

Between 2002 and 2004 we tested over 100 different models of “Lifters”, which utilize some combination of Ion-Wind and the Biefeld-Brown Effect to provide propellant-less thrust. Lifters are powered by a high-voltage pulsed-DC power supply producing approximately 50,000 to 10,000 volts.

The voltage crosses an air-gap between a corona-wire and foil skirt around the bottom of the lifter, and creates a resulting net directional thrust that requires no fuel for propulsion.

While both ion-wind and the Biefeld-Brown Effect have been popular topics for decades, Lifters became very popular in the early 2000’s after detailed instructions & test footage appeared on Jean-Louis Naudin’s JLN Labs website.