(NaturalNews) Brain O'Leary passed away last week (July 28th, 2011). A former NASA astronaut and PhD recipient from the University of California at Berkeley (1967), Dr. O'Leary was more recently known for his research and advocacy into alternative energy (free energy).
Originally trained as a conventional scientist, Brian O'Leary's investigation of the universe opened his eyes to many advanced theories that aren't yet recognized by conventional scientists (who remain far behind the curve on over-unity energy research). He eventually bucked the system, left the stifling world of academia and set out on his own to explore alternative science and free energy research.
In his later years, he eventually settled in Vilcabamba, Ecuador and hosted several philosophical seminars and brainstorm groups at his Montesuenos
retreat. That's where I first met Brian and came to know him as a friend. I interviewed Brian several times about issues such as free energy and alternative science (which is really "advanced" science). To listen to one of our interviews, see "Health Ranger Show #59" at http://www.naturalnews.com/Index-Podcasts.ht...
Perhaps due to his exposure to toxic chemicals earlier in life as a conventional scientist, Brian battled cancer in his later years. He famously treated a skin cancer tumor on his back using a natural anti-cancer salve named Cansema
, made by Gregory Caton who was kidnapped from Ecuador by the FDA, then dragged back to the USA and thrown in prison for selling "unapproved drugs." (http://www.naturalnews.com/027750_Greg_Caton...
) Brian O'Leary
with removing his skin cancer tumor and even wrote a testimonial for Greg Caton to use in the promotion of the Cansema product. The FDA, of course, considers this to be blasphemy.
During several visits to his house in Vilcabamba, I spoke with Brian at some length about holistic nutrition and found that he was new to many of the topics. Being into alternative science doesn't necessarily mean you're into holistic nutrition, it seems, but Brian was very interested in learning more about nutrition, especially as his health challenges became more symptomatic.
Also for the record, Brian's death was definitely not a hit or anything like that. I say this because it is true that many free energy
pioneers have been assassinated in order to kill their projects that promised to bring free energy technology to the world. Brian's health was deteriorating over the last few years, but he continued marching forward, hosting conferences at Montesuenos and pursuing his mission of sharing the promising ideas of free
energy creation with the world.
I consider Dr. Brian O'Leary a hero of free thinking and a pioneer whose contributions to the world shall not be forgotten. May his work carry on through others who continue to pursue truth through the perspective of science.