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Goodbye Guy Obolensky

Guy Obolensky
Guy Obolensky

Alexis Guy Obolensky was a long time researcher into Tesla related technologies. People who worked with him in the past on various projects include Jim Murray, Prof. Robert Haralick, Paul LaViolette, Susan Manewich, and many others. I had the honor of corresponding with him periodically by email and knew his health was failing – he was working on a machine that he hoped would rejuvenate his body.

He died last month on January 9th – here is a copy of his obituary:

OBOLENSKY–Alexis Guy – “Guy”, of Sloatsburg NY, died on January 9th, 2018. Born in Chicago on March 3rd, 1929 to Prince Michel Alexeievitch Obolensky and his wife, Kathleen (nee Trask, of Lima, OH). Guy was an inventor and experimental physicist, well known for his research based on the work of Nikola Tesla. Guy is survived by five children, Michael, Alexa, Nina, Anna and Helena; and four grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 2pm, January 16th at Saint Mary’s Episcopal church, Tuxedo Park, NY.


Here is a post by Guy Obolensky’s niece or nephew, which will give you more insight into what kind of person he was and what he was involved with:

Some of Guy Obolensky’s work is discussed in Dr. Paul LaViolette’s book Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion.

His work with magnetic fields was a part of Professor Haralick’s presentation Paramagnetic and Diamagnetic Field Experiments.

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  1. I knew “Guy”. He was a wonderful brilliant and compassionate man, and the reason my daughter is alive today. She was diagnosed with an “incurable” disease. Several years ago, Guy managed to restore balance to her physical body through “Wind Therapy” and otherwise obliterate the “incurable” disease. I will miss our mind expanding discussions and his warm smile. He was truly a one of a kind human.

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