“I developed the idea of the programming of the Aircraft Cabin Disk back in 2009 for myself while flying regularly around the country to exhibit at Expos. The intensity of the noxious energy l was experiencing while flying was quite disturbing to me, even though l love flying. I was born into an aviation family where my parents owned and operated a successful flying school at Moorabbin Airport for 25 years, and I, myself, hold a private pilots license.
I can still remember the first prototype Aircraft Cabin Disk trial flight from Brisbane to Melbourne. The prototype was able to be switched “on” and “off” for the trial. What l immediately noticed was that the sickly feeling l used to experience was gone completely! During the flight, to ensure that this was not just some placebo effect, l decided to turn the Aircraft Cabin Disk off. The result was immediate! The energy in the cabin plummeted, l felt immediately disturbed, and a handful of people got up instantly as if they had received some type of shock.
After that trip we did some trials in a light aircraft, a Piper Cherokee 160. What l realised in those trials is that the EMF stress the pilot experiences is extreme, much more than in a passenger plane, and that there was a feeling of nervous tension which was always part of light aircraft flying. The Aircraft Cabin Disk in the light aircraft seemed to relax my whole nervous system and enable me to think much more clearly while performing air navigation and operational duties.”