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Retinitis Pigmentosa – The eye Condition that can lead to total blindness—where’s the cure?

Disclaimer: Those with suspected medical conditions should consult a qualified physician.

More than 350,000 people suffer from Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP), many of whom live in Devon and the Southwest. Millions of pounds have been spent in the UK, over the past 50 years, searching for a cure; without success, and without any progress whatsoever.

Scientists and doctors believe that RP is caused by genetic factors, because susceptibility to the Condition is handed-down from parents to siblings; with a chance of 1 in 4.

We need to be cautious here, because every disease and malady could be described as having a ‘genetic’ cause; heart disease, for example, may ‘run in the family’ but it does not preclude open-heart surgery or the fitting of stents.

The theory that susceptible genes may be the cause of RP is speculative, at best. Surely, it is time to consider other possibilities using different hypotheses and research.

Examining the facts: We know the disease begins, in those susceptible to it, at the age of around 11 years 3 months in males. The regular replication of rods and cones in the retinas of the eyes then begins to fail. Loss of vision continues, slowly, over the next 30 to 40 years until the patient becomes totally blind. Females do not suffer from it until the age of around 47 years 3 months, following which their eyesight declines in a similar way.

What we see is that, in males, the disease kicks-in at puberty, when the male hormone testosterone kicks-in. But the disease does not kick-in in females until the age of around 48, at the time of menopause, when oestrogen and progesterone decline.  So females appear to be protected from the disease from the age of 12 to 48. Given that the only difference between the men and women is the hormones then, surely, the cause of Retinitis Pigmentosis must be hormonal: Men are driven by testosterone and women by Oestrogen and Progesterone.

The British Engineer and Scientist, Maurice Cotterell, has shown how radiation from our 28-day spinning Sun [see FutureScience—forbidden science of the 21st-century,] regulates biological rhythms and, in so doing, the fertility hormones; oestrogen, progesterone, the luteinising hormone, and the follicile stimulating hormone and, hence, fertility in females.

Cotterell has shown how the Sun’s radiation changes polarity every 7 days, as it spins on its axis, and how the Sun showers charged particles towards Earth. Those particles are captured by the Van Allen radiation belts that encircle the Earth, and convert the variations in particles to variations in the Earth’s magnetic field.

Moreover: In FutureScience Cotterell points-out:

In 1987, Dr Ross Aidey, the White House Chief of Staff for the Reagan administration, published a Paper (Cell Membranes, Electromagnetic Fields and Intercellular Communication) saying:

‘…about 20% of pineal cells in pigeons, guinea-pigs, and rats, respond to changes in both direction and intensity of the Earth’s magnetic field… causing variation in the peptide hormone melatonin, which powerfully influences circadian rhythms..’. (Walker, et al 1983).

The timing hormone melatonin is produced by the brain at around 04:30am, following a period of darkness. Melatonin is crucial in the timing of cell replication, and replication of rods and cones in the retina. Solar radiation from the Sun changes every 7 days, so the magnetic fields produced by the Van Allen belts change every 7 days. Those magnetic fields must affect the production of melatonin and the production of rods and cones; without which, information striking the eye cannot be received by the brain.


In his book The Melatonin Miracle (Simon & Schuster 1995), the Italian Doctor and Researcher Dr Walter Pierpaoli MD, reached similar conclusions to Cotterell—in regard to melatonin’s ability to fight disease and sex-hormone enhancement—and has since formulated a melatonin-based product intended to reduce the effects of retinal degradation in RP patients. However, Maurice Cotterell, in his Paper Leaky-gut—the cause of allergies, asthma and auto-immune disease [available to download, for free, from his website] has pointed-out that a side-effect of melatonin (and its precursor serotonin) is one of the causes of Leaky-gut, so this should be kept in mind when considering such treatment.

It seems clear that, in order to preclude the onset of RP at the age of 48, females need only take Hormone Replacement Therapy. The same treatment could be considered by males at the age of 12.

My own RP was identified at the age 13 years, with a gradual deterioration with noticeable milestones roughly every 12 years. This period coincides with one Sunspot cycle—one complete cycle of the Sun, during which the Sun changes its magnetic field. In the case of family members, as expected, 1 in 4 of the males developed RP at the age of 12 and 1 in 4 of the females at the age of 48; the probability being determined genetically.

It could be that testosterone in males might exacerbate the condition in males. This too, needs to be tested.

Clearly, more testing is required, but some information could be gained by statistical analysis; how many women aged 48+ developed RP? How many women aged 48+ taking HRT developed RP? And so on.

Clinical testing should also be used. But the UK NHS is averse to clinical testing of any kind—unless recommended by a conventional medical doctor. It is difficult to see why this is the case. I tried to get several UK doctors to check my levels of melatonin and they all refused, preferring instead to watch me go blind. This should be seen as a breach of human rights. Clinical tests should be available for any disease, on request, if a patient is willing to pay for them. This includes X-rays, MRI scans, CT-scans, blood-tests for hormones, haematology and all other indicators. This would also reduce the cost to the NHS. It is not surprising that the NHS is going bust.

I understand that medical doctors are prohibited from carrying-out ‘research’ on their patients—which prevents them considering new and revolutionary treatments that might work. I also understand that they can be ‘struck-off’ the Medical Register and prevented from practising if they do. Again, this needs to be looked-at. But if doctors cannot, or will, not try to cure a patient who is going blind then the patient should not be prevented from carrying-out their own research, reaching their own conclusions and requesting medications from their GP they suspect may help, providing they accept full responsibility for the outcomes.

In conclusion: Evidence exists to suggest that Retinitis Pigmentosis may respond to hormone treatment providing the condition is detected early-on; at the age of 12 in males, and 48 in females. Females with RP can experiment with this, themselves, by taking HRT as soon as the condition has been confirmed because females of that age can request the medication from their GP—no questions asked. Just don’t mention RP.

For males: Research should be undertaken to ascertain whether increased testosterone levels cause RP. If it does not then research with HRT on 12-year-old males should be considered.

Ray Steed

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Sun Activity Interview – Maurice Cotterell 


With the current extensive coverage of the effects of climate change, I’d like to draw your attention to the work of author and scientist, Maurice Cotterell. He lived in the Plymouth area for 25 years and studied Electrical & Communications Engineering at Plymouth University. Later, while living in the southwest, he wrote four of his (ten) international bestselling books. His most recent “Futurescience—forbidden science of the 21st-century ” (see explains how to produce unlimited virtually free hydrogen (and free electricity) using antigravity waves, with zero pollution; an exceptional reason to combat climate change. The ultimate “Green” energy.

Sun Activity Interview – Maurice Cotterell 


South Devon Clairvoyant – Steve Carpenter

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Free fuel for mankind — NOWBC transmission remains unaffected. This is because the radiated electromagnetic radio signal has, what may be called, ‘spare-capacity’, i.e. Many more receivers may ‘tap-into’ the radiated energy source (Radio 4) without affecting the efficiency of the BBC signal reaching listeners. But, if 60 million listeners tune-in, instead of just 1, the broadcast may be described as 60,000,000 times more effective.

In the same way, anti-gravity energy can be used to sever the bonds between hydrogen and oxygen much more effectively than ripping them apart using conventional electrolysis. Like all radiated electromagnetic energy [radio waves], antigravity waves, and antigravity energy, have ‘spare capacity’, enab


In 1938, when Otto Frisch announced he could make a bomb 1,000,000 times more explosive than a conventional bomb, everybody laughed. Some said he must be ‘mistaken’. Others called upon the Laws of Physics, claiming that such a bomb would violate the ‘1st Law of Thermodynamics’; but 7 years later, when the atom bomb was dropped, the laughing stopped.

We now understand how the ‘atom bomb’ works, but are left asking how such, ostensibly, educated sceptics of the day could have been so wrong with their fallacious arguments.

I have discovered How Gravity Works and, as a result, can explain how to make Hydrogen, an estimated 1,000,000 times cheaper than the method of ‘electrolysis’ used by Industry, today. Adoption of this new technology would allow cars to run on ‘virtually-free’ energy, bringing an end to man-made global warming. But, just as in 1938, some skeptics, mistakenly, insist that such a gain in hydrogen-generation ‘efficiency’ is impossible—that it would ‘violate the ‘1st Law of Thermodynamics’ and, again, we are left asking how such ostensibly educated skeptics could be so wrong.

The ‘1st Law of Thermodynamics’ is a branch of Physics dealing with the transformation of heat into, and from, other forms of energy. It states that ‘Energy can neither be created or destroyed, heat and mechanical work being mutually convertible’. [i.e. ‘We cannot get something for nothing’, or, ‘we cannot get more energy ‘out’ than we put ‘in’’].

It is important to appreciate that the Law concerns itself only with the transfer of energy. And herein lies a problem of misinterpretation; no rational person would deny that the 1st Law of Thermodynamics holds true for the transfer of energy, but some critics, when considering the possibility of energy gains, mistakenly, confuse the transfer of energy with the release of energy; where the energy in question is in fact ‘liberated energy’ set free by a ‘proxy catalyst’. Released energy does not, and was never intended to, fall within the aegis of the 1st Law of Thermodynamics, as the following examples show:

  1. Dispelling the myth that ‘released energy’ is constrained by the 1st Law of Thermodynamics:

Example (i). 5 fluid ounces of petroleum, used in a chain-saw, can be used to sever a 100-ton oak tree from its root. The energy stored in the oak tree could be 1,000,000 times more than subsists in the 5 fluid ounces of petrol. The 5 fluid ounces of petroleum has nothing whatsoever to do with the energy stored in the 100-ton oak tree. The tree may be burned, independently of the chain-saw, to release the energy stored, or contained, in the tree.

Example (ii). A conventional bomb can be used to detonate a nuclear bomb. The conventional detonator-bomb simply crushes-together the plutonium fuel, causing a chain-reaction that releases massive amounts of energy stored in the plutonium. The explosive potential of the atom bomb can be 1,000,000 times more powerful than the explosive potential of the detonator. The amount of energy in the detonator has nothing whatsoever to do with the energy stored, or contained, in the plutonium.

Example (iii). Antigravity energy can be used to de-couple, i.e. sever the hydrogen/gravity bonds between hydrogen atoms and oxygen atoms in water, using 1,000,000 times less energy than conventional electrolysis. The energy used to de-couple the hydrogen bonds has nothing whatsoever to do with the energy stored, or contained, in the hydrogen and oxygen atoms.

The above examples demonstrate that the 1st Law of Thermodynamics does not apply in cases where latent energy is liberated (i.e. released) by a proxy catalyst.

  1. Dispelling the myth concerning ‘efficiency’:

It is important to recognise that ‘efficiency’ is a measure of work done, whereas ‘effectiveness’ is a measure of usefulness/benefit, elucidated further by the following examples:

Example (iv): If the BBC used 4.16Amps, at 240Volts, to generate and radiate 1,000 watts of energy to broadcast ‘Radio 4’, it would represent 100% efficiency in the use of the power supplied measured against the power radiated. [Because the 1,000 watts of electricity supplied would be exactly balanced by the 1,000 watts radiated]. But if no-one is listening to Radio 4, then the transmission would be ineffective.

Moreover [importantly], it matters not whether 1 listener, or 60 million listeners, tune-in to Radio 4; the power of the B

ling gains in effectiveness of 1,000,000 times, or more, when de-coupling hydrogen from oxygen. The effectiveness is not dependent on the supplied power.

Hence: The 1st Law of Thermodynamics does not, and was never intended to, apply to ‘energy release’, and efficiency has nothing whatsoever to do with effectiveness. Moreover, critics need to accept that the so-called energy gains, that they so vehemently dispute, could refer to ‘energy liberated by a proxy catalyst’.

Maurice Cotterell, 2016


An evening of clairvoyance.

Hosted at a private residence in Plympton 29-08-2015

The first connection was with a man called Graham, Not known to anyone present, he had no message, he was not lost, just had his story to tell.
Graham had an accident in Peverell in 1976, He collided with a lamp post whilst riding his push bike, he just wanted to say hello, he misses his children and grandchildren.

Our second visitor was a little girl of 8 yrs old, Trisha, who had fallen from a swing, she was swinging and leaning back, she toppled backwards and broke her neck, she said it happened in 1968, just wanted to say hello and tell us all to be careful.

Trevor came in, Trevor was a steeple jack who came from Tavistock, and he passed in 1943 at a good age of natural causes. He was already in the light.

Then a man with an unusual name Barnaby, Barnaby passed in 1937 he was on a trawler base in the port of Newlyn, fishing off the Cornish coast in bad weather and as the net was cast he got caught up in it, fell overboard and drowned, Barnaby’s mind set was that he still remained caught in the net, we asked him to look up to the surface of the water, look for the bright light of the sun, he saw the light, he was then guided to free himself mentally from the net and swim into the light, he went into the light where he joined his loved ones.

Thomas had a personnel message for one of the team, confirming what should happen to a family heirloom.

An African slave called Wanli came through, Wanli was very shy, lacked self esteem and confidence because of the life he had lead as a slave and didn’t realise he was now free to speak and go where he wanted to. We talked with Wanli for a while about his life, he was treated badly as a lot of slaves were in those times, he was a slave in Africa below the desert near the coast, he was worked hard and eventually passed with exertion we encouraged him to believe he was now a free man and eventually he went into the light to his loved ones.

Gareth, our last caller, was a bit of a character he drank a lot and made regular visits to a local we belief to be in Totnes, one evening after causing a small upset in the pub he was set upon by locals he new, and beaten, he said “he maybe asked for it” never the less he was stuck in the dark alley where it happened and wanted to find his way, he was guided into the light by one of the team.

Notes by Kate Whitmarsh
Working for the light.

How Gravity works

By Maurice Cotterell