We’ve been trained to believe that petroleum is a fossil fuel. It’s supposed to have been generated over millions of years from the remains of dead organisms that were buried beneath sedimentary rock long ago. There’re only so many of these ‘fossils’ left, therefore they say, we’ll eventually run out. This is what ‘peak oil’ is all about, and it’s absolutely ludicrous.
As the story goes, since there are only so many dinosaur bones, zooplankton, algae and other decayed biological matter from long ago; there is only so much oil. This is good news for the ‘oilagarchs‘ since they can create artificial scarcity and raise the price due to the supposed lack of supply. This happened in the 70’s for those old enough to remember.
But what if this wasn’t the case? What if oil isn’t a so called fossil fuel, but simply a product of the inter-workings of Earth? What if the reason this theory has been suppressed is because the oil tycoons want it that way, since they don’t make nearly as much profit? Enter Abiotic Oil Theory
This theory, which the Russians consider a certain fact, is called “Abiotic Oil”, or rather, oil that is not (a-) made from decaying biological organisms (-biotic), but from rhythmic cycles in the mantle of Earth. Water is generated this same way, and it too is a renewable resource. (This’ll likely be my next article)
When questioned about the official narrative of oil’s origins, Thomas Gold, a scientist at Cornell University replied “That’s nonsense,””There’s not a shred of evidence from chemistry, geology, or any other science to support it. It has no place in textbooks and school classrooms.”
This new understanding would explain the anomalies found all over the world. On Eugene Island, in the 60’s, oil was ‘discovered’ (as if it is only found in certain places), and by the 80’s it was thought to have been pumped dry. They were done with it until only a few later they discovered it somehow filled back up with oil. Everyone was dumbfounded.
L. Fletcher Pouty, who served as Chief of Special Operations for the Joint Chiefs of Staff under President John F. Kennedy, remarked: “Any geologist will tell you, well, most geologists will tell you that OIL IS CREATED BY THE MAGMA OF THE EARTH. The oil wells in Pennsylvania that were pumped out dry at the turn of the century and capped are now filled with oil again.”
“The deepest fossil ever found has been at about 16,000 feet below sea level; yet we are getting oil from wells drilled to 30,000 and more. How could fossil fuel get down there? If it was once living matter, it had to be on the surface. If it did turn into petroleum, at or near the surface, how could it ever get to such depths? What is heavier Oil or Water?” Water: so it would go down, not oil. Oil would be on top, if it were “organic” and “lighter.”
“It was made to be thought a “Fossil” fuel by the Nineteenth oil producers to create the concept that it was of limited supply and therefore extremely valuable. This fits with the “Depletion”allowance philosophical scam.”
There is no shortage of Oil – Just a war to grab and monopolize the lucrative energy market.
It is unlimited and renewable. Oil/Coal/Gas doesn’t come from decayed vegetable matter.
It is driven of the magma (molten core of the earth).
It comes up as gas, is trapped, condenses, and by a chemical/bacterial process changes to oil and eventually to coal.
The world is fighting over oil, not because we are running out of oil, but because there is so much of it. It is not the shortage of oil that drives nations to war, but the overwhelming desire to control it. Oil is power. That is one of the main reasons for Gulf War I and Gulf War II.
But, the real reason has to do with Globalism and the agenda of the New World Order (World Financiers Inc.) The US has enough fuel reserves to last for an estimated 3500 years and any world shortages are not due lack of reserves. It is the aim for total control so they can maintain the price squeeze.
-TONY (A. R.) PITT
This amount of evidence to prove this theory is astounding. From here on out I’m going to quote those who know about this stuff way more than I do….
“Several readers have written to me, incidentally, with a variation of the following question: “How can you say that Peak Oil is being promoted to sell war when all of the websites promoting the notion of Peak Oil are stridently anti-war?”
But of course they are. That, you see, is precisely the point. What I was trying to say is that the notion of ‘Peak Oil’ is being specifically marketed to the anti-war crowd — because, as we all know, the pro-war crowd doesn’t need to be fed any additional justifications for going to war; any of the old lies will do just fine. And I never said that the necessity of war was being overtly sold. What I said, if I remember correctly, is that it is being sold with a wink and a nudge.
The point that I was trying to make is that it would be difficult to imagine a better way to implicitly sell the necessity of war, even while appearing to stake out a position against war, than through the promotion of the concept of ‘Peak Oil.’ After September 11, 2001, someone famously said that if Osama bin Laden didn’t exist, the US would have had to invent him. I think the same could be said for ‘Peak Oil.’
“What do water-powered cars, Col. L. Fletcher Prouty, Nikola Tesla, Stanley Meyer, Free Energy, the myth of peak oil (the idea that we will one day soon run out of petroleum), the myth that oil is a “fossil fuel”, colonialism, Thomas Malthus and his theory of overpopulation and Darwinian “Survival of the Fittest” Evolution have in common? The answer lies within.” – Youtube commentator
The Truth About Oil (Long Version)
Dr. Jerome Corsi and his research:
The Great Oil Conspiracy: How the U.S. Government Hid the Nazi Discovery of Abiotic Oil from the American People” by Dr. Jerome Corsi
Dr. Jerome Corsi has a PhD from Harvard in political science and author of “The Great Oil Conspiracy: How the U.S. Government Hid the Nazi Discovery of Abiotic Oil from the American People”
You may recall learning that oil was allegedly formed by decaying matter from dead dinosaurs. Eventually this was changed to communicate that it was formed by the decaying of ancient forests. When that theory was abandoned, credit was given to plankton and other deep-earth biological materials. Dr. Corsi says it’s all nonsense.
The Nazi’s, who had been making synthetic oil out of coal, knew that oil is abiotic and not a fossil fuel that is biologically made from certain types of decaying matter. They developed what’s known as the Fischer-Tropsch equations which explained that the earth makes oil under intense pressure and heat deep within the earth on an ongoing basis.
To prove his point, Dr. Corsi noted that there is approximately 1.38 trillion barrels of oil in known oil reserves, the most in human history, despite the fact that consumption of oil has doubled since the 1970’s.
Are the environmentalists and our government being dishonest with us when they claim we are running out of oil?
The Great Oil Conspiracy – Dr. Jerome Corsi
More on Corsi
Jerome Corsi co-author of Black Gold Stranglehold, shared the contention that oil is continually created deep inside the planet, and doesn’t stem from dinosaurs or decayed matter (i.e. fossil fuel).
Experts estimate that Americans consume more than 25 percent of the world’s oil but have control over less than 3 percent of its proven oil supply. This unbalanced pattern of consumption makes it possible for foreign governments, corrupt political leaders, terrorist organisations, and oil conglomerates to hold the economy and the citizens of the United States in a virtual stranglehold. In this book, the authors expose the fraudulent science that has made America so vulnerable: the belief that oil is a fossil fuel and that it is a finite resource. Jerome Corsi explores the international and domestic politics of oil production and consumption, including the wealth and power of major oil conglomerates, the manipulation of world economies by oil-producing nations and rogue terrorist regimes and the shortsightedness of those who endorse expensive conservation efforts while rejecting the use of the oil reserves currently controlled by the U.S. government.
Abiotic oil with Jerome Corsi
Black Gold Stranglehold: The Myth of Scarcity and The Politics of Oil
by Jerome R. Corsi, Craig R. Smith
“Experts estimate that Americans consume more than 25 percent of the world’s oil but have control over less than 3 percent of its proven oil supply. This unbalanced pattern of consumption makes it possible for foreign governments, corrupt political leaders, terrorist organizations and oil conglomerates to hold the economy and the citizens of the United States in a virtual stranglehold. There is no greater proof of this than the direct relationship between skyrocketing gas prices and the explosion of wealth among those who control the world’s supply of oil.
In Black Gold Stranglehold, Jerome R. Corsi and Craig Smith expose the fraudulent science that has made America so vulnerable: the belief that oil is a fossil fuel and that it is a finite resource. Corsi and Smith contend that the fossil fuel theory lacks significant evidence and therefore, support the deep abiotic theory of oil. Introduced by Thomas Gold, a Cornell University professor of astronomy, the theory “rejected the contention that oil was formed from the remains of ancient plant and animal life that died millions of years ago. Instead, the origin of oil was ‘a-biotic’—oil did not come from the once-alive ‘biotic’ materials of ancient plants and animals. Instead, Soviet scientists concluded oil should be seen as a primordial material that the earth forms and exudes on a continual basis.
Oil was then pushed upward toward the earth’s surface by the intense pressures of the earth’s core and the influence of the centrifugal force that the earth exerted upon the specific gravity of oil as a fluid substance.”
“I can personally attest to many of the facts, and certainly many of the conversations quoted in the book, as I spent a week with Chaplain Lindsey on the North Slope of Alaska during the construction of the Trans-Alaska pipeline. I was privileged to talk with high officials of Alyeska Pipeline Service Company. For reasons unknown to me, I was given access to private information that apparently very few outsiders were ever given. I moved among the men at work and in the barracks. My week on the North Slope was a liberal education.
The motivation for this book is to bring facts to the American people as the authors know them. They do not have a political ax to grind nor any personal advantage by bringing forth these facts. Our President has stated that our energy problem is the equivalent of war. Yet he has embraced policies that have continually discouraged and hampered the development of our oil industry.
Nearly ten years ago President Nixon warned of a pending energy shortage unless our domestic production be drastically increased, but Congress insisted on restrictive price controls.
Congress has been urged—and sometimes threatened—by special interest groups to take a negative stance on energy production, but they have miserably failed to take proper action to increase our domestic production. In fact, as you read this book you must come to the realization that energy production has been fiercely stifled by “Government Bureaucracy, ” and Congress has sat on its collective hands.”
Hugh M. Chance
Former Senator of
The State of Colorado
March 19, 1980
Senator Chance’s first question was, “Mr. X, how much crude oil is there under the North Slope of Alaska, in your estimation?”
Mr. X answered, “In my estimation, from the seismographic work and the drillings we have already done, I am convinced that there is as much oil under the North Slope of Alaska as there is in all of Saudi Arabia.”
Senator Hugh Chance’s next question was perhaps an obvious one. “Why isn’t this oil being produced, if there is an oil crisis?” He went on to point out that private enterprise has always come to the rescue of the American people when there have been times of need.
Mr. X then made the startling observation that the Federal government and the State government of Alaska had allowed only one pool of oil on the North Slope of Alaska to be developed.
Senator Chance then asked, “Mr. X, do you think that there are numerous pools of oil under the North Slope of Alaska?”
Mr. X replied, “Senator Chance, the government has allowed us to develop only one 100-square-mile area of this vast North Slope. There are many, many 100-square-mile areas under the North Slope of Alaska which contain oil. There are many pools of oil under the North Slope of Alaska.”
-from Chapter 1
The Energy Non-Crisis by Lindsey Williams
Lindsey Williams, who has been an ordained Baptist minister for 28 years, went to Alaska in 1971 as a missionary. The Trans-Alaska oil pipeline began its construction phase in 1974, and because of Mr. Williams’ love for his country and concern for the spiritual welfare of the “pipelines,” he volunteered to serve as Chaplain on the pipeline, with the subsequent full support of the Alyeska Pipeline Company. Because of the executive status accorded to him as Chaplain, he was given access to information documented in his eye opening book, The Energy Non-Crisis.
After numerous public speaking engagements in the western states, certain government officials and concerned individuals urged Mr. Williams to put into print what he saw and heard, stating that they felt this information was vital to national security. Mr. Williams firmly believes that whoever controls energy controls the economy. Thus, The Energy Non-Crisis.
The Energy Non-Crisis- Lindsay Williams -Truth about Oil and Oil prices
“There is no doubt that our research proves that crude oil and natural gas are generated without the involvement of fossils. All types of bedrock can serve as reservoirs of oil,” says Vladimir Kutcherov
“Researchers in Sweden have managed to prove that fossils from animals and plants are not necessary for crude oil and natural gas to be generated. The findings are revolutionary since this means, on the one hand, that it will be much easier to find these sources of energy and, on the other hand, that they can be found all over the globe.”
The synthesis of complex organic molecules with C-C bonds is possible under conditions of reduced activity of oxygen. We have found performing ab initio molecular dynamics simulations of the C-O-H-Fe system that such conditions exist at the core-mantle boundary (CMB). H2O and CO2 delivered to the CMB by subducting slabs provide a source for hydrogen and carbon. The mixture of H2O and CO2 subjected to high pressure (130 GPa) and temperature (4000 to 4500 K) does not lead to synthesis of complex hydrocarbons. However, when Fe is added to the system, C-C bonds emerge. It means that oil might be a more abundant mineral than previously thought. …Concluding, we demonstrated that formation of a hydrocarbon mixture is highly probable under reducing conditions at the core-mantle boundary. Such a formation might contribute to the explanation of abiotic oil formation
Doctoral Thesis by Anton Kolesnikov, 2010 (69 page PDF)
The theory of the abyssal abiotic petroleum origin considers oil and natural gas to be
generated in the Earth’s upper mantle. Hydrocarbons migrate further through the deep
faults into the Earth’s crust, where they can form oil and gas deposits in any kind of rock in
any kind of structural position. Until recently one of the main obstacles for further
development of this theory has been the lack of the data covering processes of generation
and transformations of hydrocarbons.
In this paper, we report the composition of hydrocarbon gases contained in fluid inclusions from
rodingitized slate, monzodiorite and granite, and vesuvianite-rich veins of the Jeffrey chrysotile
mine, Asbestos, Quebec, and interpret the data in light of mechanisms for the abiogenic
synthesis of hydrocarbons in serpentinites.
A study published in Science Magazine today presents new evidence supporting the abiotic theory for the origin of oil, which asserts oil is a natural product the Earth generates constantly rather than a “fossil fuel” derived from decaying ancient forests and dead dinosaurs.
The lead scientist on the study ? Giora Proskurowski of the School of Oceanography at the University of Washington in Seattle ? says the hydrogen-rich fluids venting at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean in the Lost City Hydrothermal Field were produced by the abiotic synthesis of hydrocarbons in the mantle of the earth.
The abiotic theory argues, in contrast, that hydrocarbons are naturally produced on a continual basis throughout the solar system, including within the mantle of the earth. The advocates believe the oil seeps up through bedrock cracks to deposit in sedimentary rock. Traditional petro-geologists, they say, have confused the rock as the originator rather than the depository of the hydrocarbons.
Lost City is a hypothermal field some 2,100 feet below sea level that sits along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge at the center of the Atlantic Ocean, noted for strange 90 to 200 foot white towers on the sea bottom. In 2003 and again in 2005, Proskurowski and his team descended in a scientific submarine to collect liquid bubbling up from Lost City sea vents. Proskurowski found hydrocarbons containing carbon-13 isotopes that appeared to be formed from the mantle of the Earth, rather than from biological material settled on the ocean floor.
“Fossil fuel is a misnomer and a highly inaccurate term. Crude oil is not derived from fossils. At the 1892 Geneva Convention, Rockefeller used his paid scientists to argue that since oil is composed of hydrogen, carbon and oxygen, it must be a residue from living matter, and therefore it is a fossil fuel! However, real fossils are not found below 16,000 feet, while oil is routinely drilled at 30,000 feet. The fossil fuel story was concocted to create artificial scarcity and push up the price of oil. Learn how colonialism, eugenics, free energy and water-powered cars are all connected to this giant hoax”
(I have not been able to verify this Geneva Convention Conspiracy, although It isn’t hard to believe. I will update this article if I fine evidence, but for not take with your salt) -joe
Fossil Fuel, Peak Oil, Abiotic Fuel — (Youtube Playlist)
‘Abiotic’ means ‘not having to do with living organisms.’ Conventional ‘wisdom’ and mainstream science tell us that hydro-carbon compounds like petroleum are the result of fossilized organic matter from prehistoric plants and animals having been subjected to aeons of high pressure and temperature. Implicit in this belief is the finite amount of these substances present on our planet.
The oil field is best known for the controversy surrounding its depletion rate. According to a 1999 Wall Street Journal article:
Something mysterious is going on at Eugene Island 330. Production at the oil field, deep in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana, was supposed to have declined years ago. And for a while, it behaved like any normal field: Following its 1973 discovery, Eugene Island 330’s output peaked at about 15,000 barrels per day (2,400 m3/d). By 1989, production had slowed to about 4,000 barrels per day (640 m3/d). Then suddenly — some say almost inexplicably — Eugene Island’s fortunes reversed. The field, operated by PennzEnergy Co., is now producing 13,000 barrels per day (2,100 m3/d), and probable reserves have rocketed to more than 400 million barrels from 60 million.
— Christopher Cooper, Wall Street Journal
^see USNEWS article above
Oil Fields Are Refilling…Naturally – Sometimes Rapidly – There Are More Oil Seeps Than All The Tankers On Earth — By Robert Cooke
Mainstream view on oil
Oil was formed from the remains of animals and plants that lived millions of years ago in a marine (water) environment before the dinosaurs. Over the years, the remains were covered by layers of mud. Heat and pressure from these layers helped the remains turn into what we today call crude oil. The word “petroleum” means “rock oil” or “oil from the earth.”
It seems we’ve been lied to about this one, just like…. everything else. But that’s ok; I’m used to it at this point!
Many might suggest this is propaganda and I just work for Exxon™ or something. And I would reply: If I did, which I don’t, how would that change anything? We need to resort to our own brains for processing information, not the media, not your best friend, not your favorite youtube channel, and not Joe Dubs.
We all need to do our own research. To me, this theory makes a lot of sense. What do you think?