Putting a Twist on Things
The first research generally credited with the discovery of this “fifth force”—torsion—was that done in the late 1800s by Russian professor N.P. Myshkin.1 Einstein’s colleague Dr. Eli Cartan first coined the term in 1913 after discovering this force’s twisting movement through the fabric of space-time is what gives rise to the helical structure of DNA. In the 1950s pioneering Russian scientist Dr. N.A. Kozyrev (1908–1983) conclusively proved the existence of this energy, demonstrating that, like time, it flows in a sacred geometric spiral,2 as I detail in The Grand Illusion (TGI).