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Good Vibrations

With a trip to the Integratron, writer Brittany Shoot journeys inside one man’s unusual dream—to reverse aging, commune with other worlds, and travel through time.

Brittany Shoot

Generally speaking, I live with managed expectations. I wouldn’t call them low. It’s just that giving things the benefit of the doubt tends to improve my interactions in the world. So when I booked a “sound bath” at the Integratron—a 38-foot-high wooden dome built atop an energy vortex in California—I did so without any preconceived ideas. The website says that the dome was designed to be “an electrostatic generator for the purpose of rejuvenation and time travel,” but, heck, I was ready to be satisfied with a relaxing, meditative afternoon.Located two and a half hours east of Los Angeles and about an hour south of Joshua Tree National Park, the Integratron was conceived and created by George Van Tassel, a frustrated aerospace engineer who quit his job and moved to the Mojave Desert in 1947. A pioneering ufologist who founded the influential Giant Rock Spacecraft Convention, Van Tassel claimed he was contacted by extraterrestrials—and even spent time with a visitor from Venus, who gave him a ride on a flying saucer. From those encounters, he said, he received the original designs for the Integratron—a s …

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