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Dr. Patrick Flanagan


Dr. Patrick Flanagan
Gillis Patrick Flanagan was born on October 11, 1944 in Oklahoma City. When he was still a child, his extraordinary skills and his insatiable thirst for knowledge already stood out. When he was six, his parents installed his first chemistry lab in the cellar. Only a short time later, he also began to intensively do research on physics and electronics.

   When Patrick was eight years old, he read about a “Russian sleeping machine” in a paper The machine was said to reduce the necessary sleeping time to only a few hours per night. Patrick then built such a machine to have more time for doing research.

   When he was twelve, he developed a remote control rocket detector. He used components of an amateur radio transmitting set (he had just received an amateur radio license) and new components for five dollars to build the device. The detector recorded launches and detonations of rockets at a distance of up to 13,000 kilometers. Patrick wrote a diary in the next three years and recorded all major rocket starts and nuclear bomb tests globally – documents which made the Pentagon visit him because these data were considered “top secret”. The Pentagon confiscated the detector and installed a modified version in an American defense satellite.

   At the age of 14, Patrick Flanagan built the first version of the Neurophone in only 6 months. He had read about an electronic telepathy machine in a book by science-fiction writer Hugo Gernsback. The machine in the book was able to upload lesson contents to the brain while its user was sleeping like today data can be uploaded to a hard disk. Impressed by this possibility that was , of course, fictitious at the time, Patrick built the first Neurophone with components he found in his parents' household. Although the sound quality was not good at first, he succeeded in transmitting sounds via the skin.

   In 1962, when he was 18, the Academy of Achievement in San Diego awarded him the gold medal for his Neurophone invention. In September 1962, the LIFE Magazine published an article about Patrick Flanagan and the Neurophone in a special edition entitled “One Hundred of the Most Important Young Men and Women in the United States”. He then received thousands of letters and inquiries from all over the world and was invited to several TV shows.

   Patrick Flanagan has made numerous other inventions since then. He was a member of the Gemini space program and worked in a government project on human-dolphin communication. Patrick Flanagan wrote one of the first books on pyramid powers which became a bestseller and of course, many know him because of his research work on longevity and health. Dr. Flanagan's research work on copying the Hunza water in the form of dietary supplements has been recommended for the Nobel prize.

   For further information, please have a look at this website or the free ebook on the Neurophone that is available for free download here.



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