Photo: The Harmonic Code (DVD)
My great friend, Bruce Cathie, passed away on June 2, 2013 at North Shore Hospice in Auckland, New Zealand. He went peacefully after a lengthy illness.
After reading a couple of his books, I started corresponding with him in 1988. We became friends and started working together in 1989. It was a rare friendship in that we always got along and never had a disagreement, about anything. We were always on the same page.
Over the years, Bruce was my mentor and very graciously taught me everything that I now know on the subject of harmonics. He never grew tired of my endless questions and had a knack for explaining difficult concepts in language that I could understand. Although I must admit that some of his concepts took me years to fully understand.
His genius and his legacy was that he drew correlations between past and modern-day events, ancient structures, UFO sightings, then put them all-together and uncovered the World Grid system that has been a part of this planet from the very beginning. Much to the disdain of the academic world, he extended Einstein’s famous equation. However, they were just jealous they hadn’t done the same. He also created a table of Unified Harmonics that has stood the test of time.
Over the years, many tried to silence him. At times, he and his family had to endure many hardships as his published works drew the attention of intelligence agencies around the world. Their scientists and agents were eager to keep this information out of public view as it had been hidden for thousands of years. However, he ignored their threats, continued on with his work and always published his findings. He felt the public had the right to know. He was a true maverick and one day the world will realize the full extent of his genius.
I must remind people that in the 20th century, he was THE first grid researcher. He was the one who painstakingly derived all of the information on his own. Because there were no references out there, there were no books on the subject, there were no classes taught on harmonics in the universities. Every single grid researcher that is around today came after him, because in one way or another, they were inspired by him and his work. Whether directly or indirectly.
I can say that the greatest thing I learned from my best friend was to always be secure in my own knowingness. Because that’s what he always did. No matter what anybody said, what anybody did or what anybody thought, he carried on tirelessly with his work for decades. The majority of that time working alone and with no help from anyone. Surely that is an example we can all learn from.
I will miss him greatly. I also know the legions of fans who read his books and followed his work through the years will miss him as well.
My thoughts are with his wife, Wendy, and his sons, Mark and Stephen.
My pledge is to make sure the world never forgets what he accomplished.
June 3, 2013