Saying Goodbye to Sandor


By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor

Sandor Kakasi died today.  Those familiar with the work of Mehran Keshe will know Sandor as cofounder of the Keshe Foundation and for his years of tireless work in energy research.

I know him as a good friend.

Sandor, Mehran and ‘g’ in Rome, September 2016

Sandor died in the middle of a war few know about, a war against many enemies, hydrocarbon slavery, a world blackmailed into starvation and disease, a world where technologies are controlled through government sponsored thuggery, Belgium, Netherlands, and most of all, the United States.

Sandor was part of a world where technology was free, where research would always be in public domain and saving humanity from monsters few will ever understand was a daily struggle.

This is Sandor’s Facebook page, check in, see who he was, for those of you who didn’t know him.



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  1. Thank-you Gordon, for this memorial to Sandor Kakasi, a strong being who was a friend to many souls on this planet.

    Thank-you Sandor for your lifetime of seeking knowledge and clarity.

    I suspect Sandor’s shining light has found a new position in the fields of the Universe.
    Perhaps we have a friend helping on the other side…

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