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|Born||Carl Borromäus Schapeler|
18 July 1875
Aurolzmünster, Upper Austria, Austria-Hungary
|Died||13 July 1947 (71)|
Carl Schappeller (July 18, 1875 - July 13, 1947), also credited as Karl Shappeller, was an Austrian inventor who claimed he had discovered Raumkraft ("Space-Force"), a hypothesis based in the concepts of the ether, in addition to other boasts, such as the means of transmuting lead into gold using "bio-magnetic" power via a Stoffveredelungsmaschine ("substance refinement machine") of his devising.
- Davson, Cyril W. (1955) (in English), The Physics of the Primary State of Matter and Application Through the Primary Technique, London: Elverton Books, https://archive.org/details/Davson
- Bernhard, Iglhauser (2005), "Genie oder Scharlatan? Die unglaubliche Karriere des Carl Schappeller" (in German), Der Bundschuh 8: 44-53