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Brief analysis on the Hubbard Coil and its cons ti tuen t s : Lnd i c a t i on of a nev model with improvements and a Hooper electrogravitic device (Image N°l to Image N°ll).

Analysis, factor by factor. of WHY and HOW the H~nderghot gen~r~tor works; co· llection of previou!lly-disseminated data and proposal of a form~rly-unkno'lm circuit of this device (Image N°12 to Image N°22).
Using the conceptions

of the late Dr William . .T. Hoeper to indicate a DC motc-r povered by a combination of electricity and gravity that has no commutator (Image N°23 to N°29).

Usage of the healing device designed by Georges t.akhovskv to turn jt into·;] free-energy device pow!'!redby atmospheric electricity capable of d~liveri.ng at vill either DC or AC (Image N°30 to N°47).

AnalySis of the "Faraday di~k", models bv Bruce De Palma. and of the mistakes contained in their conception; correction of all m i s rak es an ct proposal of a new homopolar generatvr in improved model (Image N°48 to N°~4). Part VI!The Carr's Saucer Drive Pace N"S9

Analysis of the saucer drive proposed by Otis Carr in the late '50S: mistakes existing in the publiCly-available data and its correction (Image N°65 to Image N°76). Data on the scnappe i t er- Sphere I do possess and their gri.d-reli'lt~dna t vs i s ; a introduction of a new and improved version of the same (Image N°77 to Image


Part IX: Wild Speculations device

An af ys i, s ,comment and cri t i c i sm of the vo rks by Joseph Newman and the ~tethernita-group of SVitzerland (Image N"84 to Image H"92).


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Personal proposal on a novel kind of free-energy

~E.E~:!~~~~~':" (r)F'rom the

Sept-Oct and Nov-Dec 1981 issues of "Round Robin"; (IT)Data on a fr~e-energy device invented by Dr Niko1a 're s i a: (III)pergonal article on the Ovshinsky Eff~ct.






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Jorge Resines

Foreword There is plenty of literature dealing "i th free-energy devices for t hos e vho are knowledgeable with the field; part of it is of historical nature, dealing with the development of said ideas and their imp~ementation. other portion is a collection (vi th some brief analysis mc Iuded ) of many different appar-at i under different categories encompassing those wi th similar features. Finally. exists that part of said literature published by those who want to make known their own inventions in this field of endeavour. If one author vants to b@ original, he/she must try hard and also sweat a lot in order to make a not-yet-seen contribution; I think I can do such thing in bringing the knOWledge herein assembled for your perusal. My contributions are: (*)Brie£ analySis of the Hubbard Coil and suggestion of a ney improved model. generator, plus tvo (*)Analysis related to the Energy Grid of the Hendershot circuits given for the readership'S consideration.

(*)The "Hooperengine", a motor based on the discoveries of the late William J.Hooper using DC and no commutator. (*)The "Lakhosvky Transformer", based on the healing device by George Lakhovs kyo capable of delivering - at viII - both DC and AC. (*)Improvement of Bruce De Palma's "N Machine". friction and excessive weight. (*)Analysis (*)Improveaent of the Schappeler Sphere. (*)AnalY!!lisfrom the viewpoint of the Erirgy Grid of the devices invented by Joseph Newman and the Methernita-group of Switzerland, with comments and criticisms on both cases· For the analySis of this last device I counted with the help of a fellow argie. a psychic called "Gerry" (he chose this pen-name) who avoided my travelling to Switzerland (r had not the money, anyvay) and "hat he ~onsiders is a waste of time in the analysis of this apparatus. BIBLIOGRAPHY (l)Cathie. Bruce: "Harmonic 33". AH & AW Reed, Auckland, 19~8. (vith Peter Temm) eliminating brushes, heat-by-

of the saucer drive designed by the late Otis T.Carr.

(2)Cathie. Bruce: "Harmonic 695. the UFO and Antigravity" AH & AW Reed, Auckland, 1971. (3)Cathie, Eruce: "Harmonic Auckland, 1977.

288, the Pulse of the Universe". AH & A. Reed.

(4)Cathie, Bruce: "Harmonic 371244. the Bridge to Infinity", Quark EnterpriseS/Brookfield Press, Auckland, 1983. (5)Bigelow. John: "Earth Energy, the Entr~cing Force with 1000 names". Health Research. Mokelumne Hill, California, 1976. (6)Brown, Tom (compiler): "The Hendershot (7)Brown. Tom (compiler/editor): book" (a BSRF publication). Motor Mystery" (a BSRF publication} "The Lakhovsky Multiple Wave Oscillator Hand-

Carr Fly~ng Saucer. Rhetta: Several articles on the Oti~ T. (9)Noland. Electret Scientific Company. 1984. (Vol II) Equations and Ramifications (14)R~sinest blication) .: "All-Electric Motional Electric Field Patent N°3. Saucer or Mothership"(a (16)Resines. I take not responsibility whatsoever on any accidents or disasters which source/s is/ar~ the devices I have herein detail~d as long _ as I do not participate directly in their construction and experimentation. Lobaczewski" (a BSRF publication). types and pr~nciple3 of operation". US M. William J :"N~v Horizons . "HOY to build your own Flying (lB)Re!ines. (19)Jefimenko. William. J. if you can make a better apparatus/apparati with what you r@ad in this text and earn money from it. VERY IMPORTANT NOTE I. December (editor): "The Larsen pile". N°18. that banana r@public South of th~ Borderland. Jorge: publication).n Electric. BSRF Jorge: "Automated (17)Resines.in heaven or death!!! A~sual.556. 1987.ine"Energy Unlimited". (12)Ie1ly. Any other reference quoted viII be detailed as this text unfolds. you can keep for yourself aU/the profits.i. Judi R: "How Tornado Labs tame Giant TWISTERS" . Jorge Emilio Resines. Jorge: "The Energy Grid: Foundation.. their history. I employ the following conversions: a-foot ~----B-foot = 1 013333 ' Geodesic Inch ~:!~~~ Brit"Ish-InciiB-inch . William J.610. Magnetic and Gravitational Electrodynamic Gravity Inc. Special Report (ll)Peterson. August 1980 (pp ~4-67 and 116-119). Generator" •.( 2) (8)Hooper. MY1best vishe3 for those vho wan t to take the risks and . at issue N°20 of maga:r. Davis: "A Man who defies the Laws". Florida. "Vi1r:torSchau berger •s Aus trian Patents" Detecting Devices" (a BSRF publication). Clayton. Donald A: "The Manual of Fr@e Energy Devices and Systems" 2nd Printing.: "Apparatus for Generating P'atent N°3. Star City. at the same time. Jorge: "The Energy Grid (II): Angles. 1971. Georgia. Jorge: "The Complex (translator): Secret of Dr Thomas Henry Moray· (a BSRF pu(a (15 )Resines. 1973. (a BSRF publication). :"Electrostatic Motors. Music from the Spheres. Franklynn and Iesselman. Walter and Jacobson. Jorge BSRF publication).otional Electric F'ield". Field Theory". DR Oleg D. May 1987. (20)Hooper. US (22)Baumgartner. Popular Mechanics magazine. a citizen of Argentina.013 granted on April 11th. 1972.97l granted on October 5th.. (21)Hopper. But. (13 )Resines. do not claim for m~elf any proprietary right upon the devices herein described. Cada~e Industries. magazine. ~est Virginia. and J. "Discover" (lO)Larsen Harvey 6th. 1974. Sarasota.

"The coils were said to be round-shaped in both the primary and the secondaMry.700657895 g-inches 5. "The information I have states that Hubbard made use of what the Chinese call . . not far from Seattle. who experimented with the design seen at Image N°l of next page. California. the information above mentioned. winding made by 43 turns of # 4 TH'W cable. The electr"ical energy vas supplied from a transducer within the boat.. according to them. Yucca Valley. by use of a free energy device. or small group~ of people. This caused an electrical current to flow through the secondary coil of the apparatus "due to induction. At the outer end "of each wire "as attached a holloy tube. "A young nineteen-year old inventive genius. Volume la. This was. This device was "in exact electrical resonance vith his free energy transformer. Norway.082~315e = 14.ic flower". by the name of Alfred Hubbard "startled his contemporaries by powering an eighteen-foot boat around Portage "Bay. USA. The secondary coil in one instance was wound in a diamond configuration "or wound like a b~sket. AS far back as 1919. he "cosm. this is a portion of what he says:"! have a feeling that "there are many people. in the world that know the "secrets of tapping free energy from the earth grid and that the knowledge "has always been ava i Lab te to thl!! select few. which had "been constructed on a small area of land. filled lIith mercury.25 B inches 5. ateach la teral coil there vere 43 turns of .(3) Part I: The Hubbard Coil My first clos@ encount@r with the Hubbard Coil was when reading one of Bruce Cathie's works (3). t "The electrical energy which vas directed into the den t r-a coil of the sys tern l "caused a resonating pu1~e t~ned to the natural earth frequency.1809 g-inches g-in. Mr IeIly's data are as follows: Central Coil and Core: 5-1/4 B-inches in diameter x 15" long. 1974. The transformer vas supplied by "energy collected from an array of ground aerials. at least "one man demonstrated that he coUld run electric motors and lighting systems "vi thout having to pay the p01(er. I (Bruce Cathie) have a sneaking suspicion that the "tvo superimposed coils had a similar configuration to the Russian grid patt"ern (pentagonal and triangular). Let us see each factor 3eparatedly: It Diameter 15 8-inche9 14. Transformer Radio: 8 : 1 / Step-up. 18 inches long. By the end of the chapter. south. x Pi ~ 16. sp~cia1 reports N°l7 to N°21. of Larkollen. This was ·everything vi thin my XnO'lfledge un til a Norwegian pen-pal. Eight secondary coils and iron cores: 3-1/8 inches in diameter x 15 inches long.:companies one cent for the pover he used. mailed me copies of "The Lar~~ File".27634352 . but this vill have to wait until experim"ents can be carried out" (from pages 76-77 of -(3)-). for allowing him to quote froll the "Proceedings" he published. and at one of them (10) more data i3 volunteered by Mr Donald A Ielly. the source of all pover .80253158 g-inches 4 ~ 3. Cathie thanks the late George Van Tassel then-Director of the College for Universal Wisdom.1809 = 5. ~ires vere run underground "north.# 4 TH'i cable.•£ast and vest for a distance of 1200 feet. "The boat was driven by a 35hp motor without the aid of batteries. Mr Dag Haslemo. "The mercury-filled tube combination apparently created an electrical one-way "system which directed the energy flov to the central primary coil. number 6.

Florida. from the former analy!is. So. both of them already explained (1)-(4).200942941 which is ~ ounding of ha~onic 222 already explained (13) and (18). Mr telly also wrote a letter to Dr Richard Clark. that I transcribe herein: November 11.08388158 and yields a circumference of 9.94442943'!. the coil'S height vas (almo9t) 4 times harmonic 311244 and the circumference of the central coil's diameter vas close to harmonic 16944.844149858 and its ~quare root is 2. of WinterHaven.E R o I L A L So. 1982 Dr Richard Clark (Address Deleted) Dear Dr Clark: "len MCNeill. diameter of cable is almost V16. has given me your address "and thought that you might be interested in the Hubbard transformer/generat"or being built here in Clearv~t~rt Florida. this figure divided by 2 yields 4. "We had known about the Hubbard Generator for several year3 but had dismissed Wit as questionable since nQt enough technical data vas available until "Awe- . (13).688299116. according to the data given in "Joseph Cater's book "Awesome Force". The lateral coil's diameter translate into g-inches is 3. we see that Mr Hubbard had built a coil adjusted (with minimal differences) to several grid-related factors of prime importance!.

as per your statements.se.miserable. The response from government and ind"ustry was somewhat better on a percentage basis (six letter. I tend to agree with your "beliefs based on Joe Cater's work and the results of a recen survey made he"reo The results of the Hubbard tranSformer/generator viII go a long way in "deeiding our future position in regard to ScienceGate.(5 ) "some Force" came along to logically explain its theory and operation. "The small. -fron Notre Dame. JR). The coil'hand-windings .-coil reversing. -only one was "received. where he indicated an for the Hubbard Coil as the one seen at Image N °2 of next page. "This non-response indicates to me that they vant to stick with their learn"by-rote crap. etc. "The transformer/generator unit. it consists of a central coil (CC) surrounded by 8 lateral coils (LL) connected in series. tvo capacitors (C) ar~ placed by each transformer and tjusted for resonance. DC pulse unit shown. "I have alSO read your views -"System Techno1ogy-ScienceGate". Yours Truly. and ve are now deb"bugging the larger DC pulse unit indicated. schematic Further . vith the eight outer coil! in serie! being the se"condaries. and ve nov correspond :wi th our progress r-epor t s . did n'ot produce suf £icient pulsed DC input "for the primary windings. Mutual tangency between all of the coilS vas "another question and this prototype has been built with this total tangency _"feature Since the general concept and principle of the Hubbard is basically "Simple. "Some tangible results for the Hubbard T/G should come about by around mid"December. as -per the enclo5ed photo (not included in this york. "-we recently mailed out an advisory letter on Research & Development in pro"gregg on the Hubbard generator to aprox. there should be no insurmountable problems to its eventual succesful ttoperation. Donald A I~lly"(END) (transcribed from page N°14 of -(10)-). and that one was generally negative and piped "establishment theme. "An interesting paint for you to consider. is nay complete. did indicate a villigness to be 9hovn oth"ervi. but fortunately the coil input and output terminals are indep@ndKent and interchangeable. receiv~d). larger co"i1 is the primary winding.-(suscriber and "correspondent with Jim Stoddard/"Free Energy Press"). 125 universities.-breaks the Law of Conservation of Energy. R&D groups/Batel"le. I differ with Joe Cater ad to which is "the primary and secondary coils and nov believe that the c@ntral. A door buzzer circuit vas also tried as a quick/ "test pul!er unit but did not work veIl enough to provide a useable pulse in"put. but "a130 shows the same brand of skepticism. if all goes on schedule. rated at about 15 tW. as you viII underst"and. and some environmental groups/publications.etc. out of approx.right or l@ft r@lati~ -"to each other may turn out to be another problem and may neces9itate ~roto"type revorking. A battery source (B) supplies DC which is converted to AC and introduced into a s t ep-dovn transformer (T-l) 'Which feed9 'the cen t raI coil (CC): the lateral coils (LL) act as collectors and transducers of the energy so produced and feed it into a step-up tran3former (T-2) supplying vith its paver a AC to DC converter. . Dr Ber"ry the Asst Dean there. hovever. data came from a york by telly himself (12). via a rotMary di5tributor and ~ultiple pot array.. vhich tends to support your view. 100 mailings to universities. Ien hopes to be able to provide an electronic pulse unit and ve are nov "ordering parts and material to build a true sinusoidal DC pulse. The response in a word "was. and though I am not "qualified to pass judgement in the academic area.

074342107 This resultiis very close = 2.074342107 12 (inches in a foot) : 5. to harmonic 1694443:8 (about 2118).9166 B-inch that is .illimeters or 5. m. or 5.5 Radius of Central Coil (R): .(6 ) (LL) AC to DC [elly (12) alSo supplies the sizes of the coils he used. 140 millimeters g-inches.75":3 = 1.114782608. see Image N°3 belO1f: (D) (H) (H) Height (H): equal for both kinds of coilS.74112 B-inches. 5.6655786 g-inches or 5. 24.75 B-inches. and if we vere to build the height for this it would measure 5.75 B-inches = 5.

O. ~elly (12) also indicates using "the natural magnetic resonance-frequency" of 2. yielding a circumference this last figure divided by tvo yields the reciprocal little reduced.8 x 8 : 9 = 2.79833336 millimeters or 1.equal to 1.75 . below: CiNTRAL COIL LATERAL COIL e ® • • IMAGE N°4 IRON FILLINGS MAGNETIC MATERIAL WIRING MAGNETIC INSULATION indication by Ielly himself that he used different Wire! which cross-3ection! were of 0. as shown in the schematic of Image N°4. which importance as related to the energy grid I have demonstrated at a former vork (18).973684211 g-inch because this last ligure is 4 times the square of harmonic 222: remember also that the square of harmonic 222 is the logarith in decimal base of Pi. this yields: Second is the my 2. I had first considered the possibility that the distance (D) could indicate a circumferential length to be respected.25 millimeter for the windings and this demands leaving a vide space for winding multi-layered coils.88431432 g-inches of harmonic 1694443 ~ and Radius of lateral coil (r): 15 millime'ters vhich yield O. The reason leading me to choose this resonant distance is twofOld.a little reduced. I viII side yith th~ experimentally-obtained proof. but I have estimated it in 50.4888888 cycles per grid-~econd .B9l4473g9 g-inch. but I later changed my mind to what I have stated before: if experiment proves conception to be incorrect. of 11.8 gigacycles per common second.582799891'g-inch a circumference which is harmonic 371244. first is the construction of the Hubbard transformer/generator and hoy its constituents are assembled. telly does not indicate the distance betveen the c*ftter of both kinds of coils (D).S and 0.

( 8) This is twice harmoniC 123 a little exceeded. . Adjusted to perfect resonance of 2. per grid-second. analyzed which are the different factors involved in the Hubb ard ceil.. • 21362 cycles the fOlloYing per common second (2. this diminution.. 1928 issue of the "Seattle Post-Intel1igencer" where the coil is de~cribed. for the origin of harmonic 123 and a whole host of other harmonics see part I of my former york on the grid (18). 10681 cycles per common second ( 2.. My proposal begins with Image N°S._----------.. so tar. -_ '._ --. _--. -. ---'_ . Ielly (12) suggests re30~ance9 to be used in the coil: 5340 cycles per common second (2.46 gygacycles 2. in honor to the truth!. as it is an ether flev polarized or modulated by its passage through a ferrous mass)....__ .j. therefore my proposal Eor improvment of the coil is somewnat limited. (*)Using filling-in materials within the coils diminishes the freedom of the ether flows that are modulated and turned into what is usually called "electromagnetism" by those versed in the electrical art (it should he called "ferroelectromagnetism"..9 gygacycles 219). also affects the optimal efficiency to be achieved. but there are some features that I do dislike: (*)The model used by Xelly only yields 3 times the input as output: in relationship to the amount of materials and equipment used I think this is too law.. In short... as it is noy the Hubbard coil can be replaced by an air-core transformer and we can save ourselves the effort of building it!..8 gygacycles 2 18)..8 gygacycles 217). unfortunately I cannot read the September 27th. below: --_. it yields I have.7675 gygacyc1es per common second..J u o ...__ . - o . _ . in my opinion. .

and therefore in parallel "to the long axis. N. B. this does not happen with the one by Mr Siemens. "Such is the Siemens AC industrial machine" (paragraph and illustrations from pages 637-638) (of Ricaldoni S "ork). with the hands of Image M07. 3ame p~ge. fixed around and "the winding of the induced portion. I My proposal continues by indicating that the lateral coils be wound alternatedly. the reason for this being apparent from the brief explanation below (everything Ricaldoni says. upwards and downwards. Argentina. while the Clarke device is sometimes shown at common textbooks.( 9) The letter~in the illustration of former page indicate the same elements as those of Image N~2. I continue with this proposal by indicating that the interested experimenter . Please notice that all other features 'must be approached as close as possible to the actual grid-factors I have indicated. he deals only vitA those of ClarkEand Siemens. 1919): When Ricaldoni analyzes alternators. Buenos Aires. A. Editor. "Image N°7. belOW. page N°6. is wound the 1I'ire". C. The Siemens coil is formed by a cylin"der of soft iron from 50 to 150 centimeters long "and along which have been made two deepgroo·ves "Within these gr~oves. on the other side) : "Siemens made an important modification changing "the Shape and viftding of the coil (g@e Im~g@ K·6 at left). shows us the po~ition of the "inductor electromagnets. While Donald A [elly (10) indicated in his letter problems with the hands o£ the windings I have found a solution in the book "Apuntes de Fisica" (Notes on Physics) by Tebaldo Ricaldoni (Angel Estrada y Cia. S. in this writing. etc "which spins between the alternated polarities "of the reducers. the difference is that there are 14 lateral coils at a distance of 2(D) of the one indicated when dealing with the element3 of Image N°3.

though the 14 lateral coils are directly derivated from the 7-poled "Deland Ma~netic Canopy"· anti-frost pr-o t ec tor that Bruce Cathie has analyzed (2)-(3) and which I elaborated later (13).will be accelerated by the B-field induced which travels at a velocity V. above.because the field is sinusoidal .ndevices where it is desired to eliminate the self-induction... when our good doctor says "magnetism" he should have stated "ferromagnetism" instead. Hooper also indicates. left. by attracting or rejecting a counterweight -04.i. the 10 IMAGE N°S ----~. But I think that this is not enough.that circulates with the current and is indicated by the arrowed circle: a particle -P. saae reierenced page.existing field in tvo possible states of £loY.which runs at 900 of the page's plane and COBducts an electric current possessing around it a ~agnetic field -B.(IO) can experiment with the different sizes of wire already indicated by Ielly. etc He thus indicates the origin ot the field: "The term B x V is used when one reters to a source which causes a magnetic "flux B to move with a velocity B as would be the case when the field origi"nates in atoms of matter" (from page N°60 of -(8)-).. He connect~d a DC source to it for supplying power and was able to measure an electrical charge with an electrometer around the whole apparatus. the result being BxV. where all constituents are easily seen. by u!ing a plurality of wires arranged as seen at Image H09. This kind of winding is llsed in the electrical art . ve have still the problem of how we are going to fill the hollOY. There. You viII understand my proposal if I digr~ss briefly into the yorks by the la te Dr Hooper: he found cut that a "B x V" field shared many of the features possessed by a gravity field: non-uniformity.and -72-. This new conception is embodied into Image N°ll of next page.a wiring as the one shown at Image N°9. we see a flat circular coil and a square-shaped one rai9ing each a weight. non-shielding possible. Using his experimentally-proved di9coverie~. NOW.. and placing as many layers as desired around the coils. and passing a DC through it. ' But Hooper further refined this conception. -50. We can better'understand the issue ~ seeing Image N°8~ below: Here we have a wire -12. that B x V = -B x V. of the cylinders ar-· ound which the vires are coiled. around a cylinder. Dr Hoop~r tried different kinds of coi15 to produce gravitational-type effects: two of them a~ indicated at Image N°lO of next page. but nevertheless he discovered a way to turn common ferro-electriCity into a pure ether flow!.or a Sliding sleeve-42-.--- discovered that tlle best way to induce a BxV field by means Of a device available to our level oi technolOgy was . It is this new kind of device the nne that I vant to introduce into each of Dr Hooper .

etc He thus indicates the origin of the field: "flux B to move with a velocity B as would be the case when the field origi"nates in aroas of matter" (from page Ho60 of -( 8 )-). NOV. ~e have still the problem of hoy ye are going to fill the hOIIOY. Dr Hooper tried different kinds of coils to produce gravitational-type effects. where all con~tituents are easily s@en.or a sliding sleeve-42. 10 IMAGE N°S Dr Hooper discovered that t_e best way to induce a BxV field by means of a device available to our level of technOlogy va! . and placing as many layers as desired around the coils.that circulates with the current and is indicated by the arrowed circle.will be accelerated by the B-£ield induced which travelS at a velocity V. tvo of them are indicat@d at Image N°lO of next page. But Hooper further refined this conception. we see a flat circular coil and a square-shaped one raising each a veight. below: the "The term B x V is used yhen one refers to a source vhich causes a magnetic Here ve have a wire -12. Ther~. around a cylind~r. Hooper also indicates.. by attracting or rejecting a counterweight -04. Using his experimentally-proved discoveries. abOve. by u!ing a plurality of vir@s arranged as seen at Image N°9. He connected a DC source to it ror supplying power and vas able to measure an electrical charge with an electrometer around the whole apparatus.because the field is sinusoidal . he found out that a "B x V" field ~hared many of the features possessed by a gravity £ield: non-uniformity.anti-fro5t protector that Bruce Cathie has analyzed (2)-(3) and vhich I elaborated later (13). but neverthelIMAGE N°9 ess he discovered a way to turn common ferro-electriCity into a pure ether tlOW!. the result being BxV. we caa better'understand the issue by seeing Image Nca. It is this new kind of device the nne that I vant to introduce into each of ---_------ . though the 14 lateral coils are directly derivated from the 7-poled "Deland Ma~neti~ Canopy".a Yiring as the one Shown at Image N°9.. a particle -P. that B x V ~ -B x V. of the cylinders ar-· ound which the wires are coiled.existing field in tvo possible states of flov.yhich runs at 900 of the page's plane and coaducts an electric current possessing around it a magnetic field -B. This kind of winding is aged in the electrical art in devices where it is desired to eliminate the sell-induction. You will understand my proposal if I digress briefly into the Yorks by the la te Dr Hooper. -50. and passing a DC through it.(10) can experiment with the different sizes of wire already indicated by lelly. This new conception is embodied into Image N°ll of next page. left. same referenced page. But I think that this is not enough. when our good doctor says "magnetism" he should have stated "ferromagnetismW instead.and -72-. non-shielding p05~ible.

-. the c~tral and the lat.----.. 28 ELECTROMETER Hoy these devices will be connected either individually or collectively I can not say because I cannot build one Eor experimentation. any of these possibilities may hold the key for the electrical utility of a home-b~sed poversource or that for a moving vehicle: whichever your election. I 48 46 IMAGE: M010 42 A CURRENTI the coilS forming eral ones: the Hubbard transformer/generator. --_ ----. The energy grid is not lightly tampered/wi th!. if each device is to be powered vith DC running one or another yay or if it is an efficient collector for the energy_ perhaps it can be used as a prime mover for the transformer/generator or employed jointly with the usual powersource of the Hubbard coil. please be extremely careful when experimenting!. neither can I say.-16 INSULATION .. LINEAR CONDUCTORS POLYSTYRENe nc. .l' 52 . for the same reason.(11 ) 60 .

About the final cause for the device to york. "Many times in the past and certainly in 1958 while Hendershot vas away from "his home YQrking. to be the ONLY person who could activate h~ many devices. what prevents us from "hooking~ a radio or any other electrical appliance to our bodies and run them for free with our own biOlogically-polarized ether flows. alone and unassisted. I will include comment~ in the coming pages which will be di~tinguished from the merely reproduced articles by the lettering Let us begin to see the actual building of the Hendershot generator by the description Associate Ed Skilling makes: (Plea~e go to next page) . and also a lot cheaper to build for experimentation! (in case you "ant to try your luck). My conclusion vag rea"ched by means of logical analysiS. This pOlarization is.in my opinion. H~der5hott·s "fuelless generator" is far Simpler to analyze than Moray'S "Radiant Energy Detector". I personally admire his courage for appearing before the public with a device that . I think that the final source of the energy introduced into the generator .s "con~cious knowledge that the device was producing pever" (from page 12 of -(6)-). once and forever. Though not having any oedipical fixation with him.(12) Part II: The Hendershot Generator ----------------------------------Together with the work by the late Dr Thomas Henry Moray. at the July 1962 issue of "Round Robin" (nov "The Journal of Borderland Research").il.~ (lst)Excitation of the ether floys in the neighbOurhood of the device. those who can afford experimenting with different circuits. indicates hoy be became associated to the late Lester Hendershot and hoy he personally drev the first circuit schematic of his generator.ork with anybody's biological energy!. in my opinion. the building of a deyice that can . he sUlMlarizes:"I have my O'IIn " "pet theories on what principle is involved but have been unable to accept "the theory of many who feel that Hendershot vas an undeveloped p9ychic who "under certain conditions eou1d produce this ability. the actual workings of the Hendershot generator and alloY. Associate Ed Skilling. I have gathered data from different source~ and together with my own findings on th~ner9Y grid. whom I dedicated a whole york (14). Skilling also remembers hoy Hendershot first lighted a 75 wattbulb (which fiashed brielly) and how he himself vas able to produce "occaSional shocks from charge build-up in the unit and minute indications of pover" wi tll/thisdevice. thig being done by the body of Hendershot himself and (2nd)Modulation or pOlarization of these flows by a ferromagnetic source (the permanent magnet from a magnetron) within the device.~ only the British ruling class and its associates were ready to understand by the '205 when Hendershot appeared before the public eye (13). his children were able to turn the unit on and ~perate a "floor lamp and television set in the fMily living room without Hendershot ". It is also my opinion that this sort of polarization (in an analogous sense) was what allowed John Worrell reeley. the name of Lester Jennings Hendershot evokes in the minds of those who are to a certain extent acquainted with hi~ work (0) an enigma more difficult to understand than the 'one claimed to have been laid before oedipus himself by the Sphinx!. I think they will suffice to unv.

take it ·holie and wind·n coil on 11 form which would turn out. fuelles3 generator t. the search waS abandoned. Doth men appear to have suffered similar probleJ'l1s trying to present in to the world.-dth what is published in Moray's boolc"The Sea of Energy in which The Earth Floats" leads one to believe that the energy field tapped by these unusual men is one and the saMe.tence of ~agneti3m allover our Solar SysOn one item I do disagree with Associate Skilling.tors which Moray claims is the s~cret behind his Radi~nt Energy. transforJ'l1ers. Charles Fort was certainly oorrect when he included Hendershot among the rare individuals that have Wild Talents. Lester J. to measure in a resonant circuit. The A6Bocia t e3 rending thi s Fr eo En er gy story will learn t ha t II endershot duplio·ated the saMe electrioal ph enomena that ?foray did 1d th far si~pler cOMpohents.magnets. Ferromagnetism alone cannot explain the immense amount of energy emitted by Moray's Detector~ even if NASA itgelf viII acknowledge today the exi. Hendershot wa. Hendershot did not requirw a secret. their individual merits to determine their function in the circuit wiring.Connlusion This man.\ This writer's experience working with Hendershot oombined . Moray.s of the opinion. T. Moray for prime mov~r (14) and Hendershot for modulation of his own biologiCal flays 50 as to adapt the device's output to the XIND of materials employed within our radio and TV sets. to me 80TH Hender3hot and Moray ARE GIANTS!. Tests of the circuit in a ·strong Magnetio iafluence would not induce (l voltage in the circuit that would produce power . 1. coils. pick out a spool of wire from the supply racks. Lester J. as expressed to this wri tar in 1958. Examination and study of the components used in the Hendershot circuit does not substantiate a magnetic theory • . A great deal of s'tudy was made in a search for a theory that wotild fit the components used in the device~ The electrical parts u80d in the Hendershot ci~cuit. and as a result of it created 0. simplicity of circuitry with Horay's knowledge and theory of Radiant Energy-wQuld astound mankind.the combination of the ltcndershot. His ability to perform technical feats by intuition was developed to a high degree.~er. vern studied on . Henry. After exploring variou~ I. wa~ tappin~ a magnetic torce field. as . Hii native intelligenoe w~s extremely high. the ether and using a permanent magnet. It is most un~ortunate that Lester Hendershot did not live to meet T. ten. Page 18 ~£~!~!~ y~s. Hendershot in my opinion was. Henry Horay. that his Free En~rgy device. exotio type of ionic cold cathode tubes as val1J'e3and oscilla. As an example: If he wished to build an ·electrical ·coil that would operate in a circuit at a resonant frequency of say 500 KO he would go to an electronic supply store. Hendershot. vas an amazinl individual wh~n co~pared to ~en with technical abilities acquired by or~al education. solenoids.(13) 1 By Associate Ed Skilling Part II. Free Energy. 500 Kilocycles.hat "ould produce electrical po. When compared·to ·giant. lie was able to consi~tently achieve this phenomena. the -Hendershot Generator. such as: capacitors.cets of magnetic fields in an attempt to induce power into the device. .' August 1962 nn. both H~nd~rshot and Moray were tapping tke same source.

A regular buzzer used in a door bell annunciator should serve the same purpose. Another interesting component is the solenoid coils CHI & Cn2 used in conjunction with a magnet from a radar magnetron with a soCt iron bar between the magnet and the solenoid coil cores.44444 rc which is twice harmonic 222 (13)t. this leads us directly to the Hooper findings on the BxV field (8) and. were made of the non-eommercial BASKET WEAVE COILS The unique feature of the Hender$h~t device is the basket weave coils. A test of the present coil design on a radio frequency resonant bridge or "Q" meter will reTeal that the coil out of the oireui twill be sell resonant in the lower frequency of the radio broadoast band of sao KC. During operation of the lIandershot Fuelles& Generator. vortex. this unit will bu~z at a frequency rate dependent upon the air gap between the magnet. This indicates that H4ndershot kept the present deSign in the same ratio of induc~ance that was used in the early day~. The second indication is better understood when seeing Image N°12.experience. the thin mid-line represents the circumference as when considered in the center of the dowels. he used standard broadcast radio ooils which he could purchase in the radio supply stores of that era. when we see ~Qre in detail the building of the coils ve will notice that one of the peaked portions touches a given grid harmonic outside of the wooden dowels (represented here by the dot-and-dash line) and alSO another grid harmonic when inside of the dowels (represented here by the daShed line). (See A & 3. the magnet-coil deTice idea was derived from a telephone receiver used in the early days. S£~~~~~ Image N°l3 of next page ShOV5 us a ~agnetron-pcwering magnet and we notice how its N pole is at the middle and there are tvo S poles at the sides. see = 44~. during the late. this i~ ~imilar to the tvo vortexes of a tornado (11) acting together to generate a larger. "parent". which is a representation of th~ baSket-weave coils. "ender~hot purchnsed the solenoid coils in a radio supply store and they appeared to have been used in a 110 volt bell ringer.(14) Hea3urement3 in the static condition items to determine eo~ponent values.the following: 500 I~ per common second of Hendershot's per grid-second device. varying the air gap w~ich varies the resonance of this ~buzz"' frequ~hcy. Fig. with cylindrical oapacitors bui2t in the center of the coils. 20s. Like the basket weave coils. A & B. . Comment: Here we have the tvo first indication! -------. The magnet-ooil device was mounted in a frame 80 that a screw adjustment would mOVe the coil in relation to the magnet. In the early days ot his. iron bar and coils. 1) Hendershot· did not explain his intent ~hen he designed this pal"t of the cil"cuit. below:. We see here illustrated a sinUSOidal wave.

. Coils A u a are identical in construction so only one will be described.(15) 'f> X-BAND" wAIJf TIJ13c Tf2jlVrUNb ------------ IMAGE N°l3 " RUBY M4~R Mffi. T.84" z 0. 5 15/16 in.1233552632 g-inch vhich yields a circumference of 0. . thiS number multiplied by 2 yields 0.lFfEre The two commercial transformers. Two dual electrolytic capacitors OJ. Hendershot used seYeral different types of transformers in the circuit but found the TV ones worked the best. They have a 5:1 turns ratio.111 vhich is 222 : 2! (b)1:8"B-inch = 0. Two additional capaci tors are required for C1 and 02. 04. (See Fig. 40-80 HFD at 450 working volts. let us gee each factor se~aratedly: (a)360 : 57 = 6° 18' 56.lte dowel pins are even spaced on the circumference of the circle. diameter. The handwound capacitor used in center of the basket weave coils are also made from Pyramids TM 58. The coil is cylindrical. also purchased from a radio supply ~tore were vertical oscillator transformers used in a TV set and were of unknown make or brand. 05 and C6 are" standard Pyramid TH 58. All coils are wound in the same" direction.387532 g-inch.7750639774 which is very close to hannonic 222 x (7: 2 ) I.84" Tan 6° 18' 56. weaving in and out b0tween dowel pins mounted in the same type base to hold them rigid •• Comment:We have a circle of 3600 separated into 57 sectors vith equally-spac--------ed dowels. 2) It is wound like n basket around fifty-seven 1/8 in. diameter wood dowel pins three inches long.

When we deal with the modification of the Schappeler Sphere.960526317 x 2 = 5. the value for light when it forms a spherical = 2. as derivated from the Metric Theorems (13) • (c) S-15/l~ B-inches . let us see what comes out of this: '. almost. ~lmost.960526317 g-inches 2. "J A . to half 7776 which is 972 x B.8'9375002 bei~g the reciprocal in g-inche9 of the mass harmonic upon the Earth's surface as measured by Cathie (3)-(4). we vill 5ee how the usage of reciprocals for dimen5ioning spherical radii will also serve as mathe~atical link between the different factors of the grid. @nergy center (4~ " '.'-1-. the act11aJ. 972. . the reciprocal of harm~.(16 ) This second factor is also equal.921052635 being. 3 B-inches we have here: onic 1594443.. 01 . C2 . (d)The height of the coil is of 3 B-inches. circumierence would be of 18.-84-0-7-7-6-9-4--'6 13. This diameter yields a Circumference of 18.L4 . 1 B '.- . involving in this instance the multiplication of the grid's time factor for our planet.5. Sohematic Fig. 4. Part VII of this writing. a~ you see the values fall well within the elasticity or flexibility of the materials employed and we have here anoth!r transformation to emplOY for linking the different factors that form the energy grid (18).40776946 g-inches.56752352 '= l35g752352 x2 = 2713504704 being this value very close to harmonic 2693645 (cathie's value) or 269355287 (my value) For Cathie.'.13930847 ginches and for me it would be of 1'.17816879 g-inches. " L!J OU1:put· . and twice the Earth's number.

(18 ) ~~~=~~l very important data surfaces in the former paragraph. full length onto the 6ylinder. Fig. Stal·t at on~ end with the long unepli t foil on the inside and wrap . reliable capacito~ bridge.35735929 = 184242424 Vl. It is very difficult to obtain the correct capacity and this process may have to be repeat<3d mnny times to arrive at the right vnlul! for e:lch unit. let us see each factor separatedly: (a) 91-1/8 B-inches (b) 2. The foil and melted paraffin '~ill run into the paper turns of the ~ire sealing the complete units. It is interesting to note that Hendeoshot originally used one pound coffee cans fo~ the capacito~ cylindera but found that after a period of time the electrolytic left in the capacitor paper would perforations in the metal.75 a-inch when transformed into g-inch yields twice harmoniC 371244 in close approximation. This is why he made the later cylinders of stainless steel. (d)O. After insulating the cylinders. it is a factor that returns its "starting point" after some mathematical transformations (though in Butcher'S angle this happened with an angle's sine and the reciprocalgf its cosine). the measured capacity should be .71471858 This factor shares one of the features I di3covered when studying Darrel Butcher's york (l~). x2 very close to harmonic 222 x 4. (4).92598687 g-inches. the figure of 5.. of Steel pour melted paraffin into the outside 40-80 MFD Cylinder diameter of the cylinder and inside Capacitor wrapped in diameter of Coil A snd Coil D. For accuracy the capacitors should be measured with 0. If the correct tansions were applied while ~rapping the capacitor paper and foil. Short circuits of the ctt:pacitorwill render the results us eLe ss and of course make it impo9~ible to meaBure the resultant capaait.71381579 Reciprocal = 5.71381579 g-inches 2. From mathematics alone. rendering the cylinder useless. and a Eigure which is its own reciprocal (13). 4 Each of the completed capacitor cylinders Cl and C2 are placed on Original terminals Stainless the insido diameter of Coil A and Coil B.75 B-inches = = 89.84242424'e 135735929 x 2 • 2. 2.nce vu Lu e. this kind of mechanism can be considered as an "energetic reinforcer" or "endless loop" or "Mathematical Mabius Strip". the Secure the wrapped capacitor with a string or tape so that it will not unravel. Hendershot wa3 able to accomplish this feat intuitively. After eentering the cylinders.25 B-inches when transformed into g~inches can be made to undergo the same transformation with mi- nor differences. (c)The gap of 0. the square root of 10. wrap the capacitor foil and paper around each of the cylinders.42163158 of 542763158 1.0079 MFD. .32 B-inch is close to harmoniC 31~227166. Both units should nov look the same..

endershot. I • I .er!ed. rocks. [eep the capacitor! Within the sealed vacuum chamber until the paraffin has dried completely.* Comment: . If all con4itions of the circuit are met with the proper component values and if the wiring is made according to the schematic diagram. the positive terminal . 1 • > After a unit was "ired either by H. which is one half of a dual'Pyramid'nISS. do not forget to eliminate as throughly as possible all gaseous bubbles. Experimenters who' have worked with Hendershot may have other cuit'diagrams that also'p~oduced results. .rom vithin so that gages within the paraffin ar@ oblig@d to surfac@ and be dis. would burn up the unit by the OVer heating of. made in the c. in our own bodies. ------- ~e. overl1eat. As you have ~een before during the analysis..is connected to one side.Lrcuit wit-ing but' wh. 'Seyer'al hours later he found it neoessary to'rebuild the capacitors before any further tests could be made. The schematic: diagram a s shown in Fig. e tc ) the feature of being composed by atoms: Each atom has the Fine Structure Con~tant_ factor 137 (13). the wiring. harmonic 222 surfaced "allover the place" and because the factor Phi is close to 162. as its basic constituent. same 'as C. place the recently-filled capacitors within a vacuum chamber and extract all air f. it 'Was a standard 110 volt light the solenoid-magnet eombination would buzz and the output 'achieved he adjusted the unit for 10 . the uni t should function and produce 300 to 500 watts of energy. If an experimenter should be fortunate enough to achieve sucoess in producing pow~~ it may be advinable to connect this' capacitor the . It may be noted on the schematio that capacitor C6.4. " Some va. The only limiting factor to the amount of power that can be extracted is the wire size used in the ooils and tranaformers.e unknown characteristics Q.. : UNKNOWN CHARACTERISTICS .rteen minutes before the capaci tor began'to boil Bnd blowout. . ' . This ~onneot~on places an electrolytic capac! tor in all AC circuit.. if it is possible in your case. .ll. several hours. and also we have harmonic 222.lIould glow. procedure would take from 11 few minutes to. or otber experimenters he WQuld sit down at the d'evioe 'With a length of insulated wire bared Ilt each end and begin making a) nnactions to vnrious t:ermillals of . Either the unit would work immediately or not at all. but this story has been 'Writer's experience in's' ·true story' of Free Energy Phenomena. of the output load. . . Page 21 when applying excessive output loads.(19) £2~~!:When building the large-!ized capacitor3. '. • cirthis * .the unit load. a flash On one occasion . A polarised capac! tor will not work in an alternating field and wJ.riations can be. Hathan adjust the air ga. to fi. human beings_ share with other beings of the Cosmos (animals VI! getable life. would full This until if bulb.to 15 mintss and only of light from the output. '\ ~.~ the pJtenQlIlens. depending on th.p between the magnet and solenoid coils until brilliance waS achieved and the bu=z~r produced a steidy tone.at changes are tolel"able are unknovn . 1 did operate f~r ten. the . the Phi-harmonic of factor 137 (13). Hendershot on many occasions August 1962 Rn.

There is a vague chance that the publisher'S vidoY might still have "'them. s at the nearby environment and our planet'S harmonic. It is probable that she met "Hendershot but she does not remember meeting him. my .yself investigating the Hendershot device to a "moderate extent. Un£ortunately~ the photos did not adequately disclose any -technical details...(20 ) planetary resonating harmonic (for Earth) divided by 2. In spi"te ot this I think it might be of inter@st for me to briefly outline what I "knew of the subject.in operative Qondition . ran the Linotype at the paper becaife "use of the sad state of the faRily finances.. above. t "This led to an as soc Ia t e and m. At ab"out the time he knew Hendershot.when we "ere all 'tudent~ in Iowa. "A5 you probably know Hendershot lived near here (Southern California) during "the closing of his life. the publisher brought ever to me a "collection of photos he had taken of a Hendershot device vhich he had taken "when he ~tored it . its origin and di9place~ent devices. The latter happened to be a friend of my wife He had printed our "wedding announceaent.the matter of my meeting him did not become a priority matter with "me.far free . "The publisher told me that the device had operated continually while he had "it. Also the publisher' 9 priori ties in earning a liv ing did not include the "matter of introducing Hendershot and myself. Which could be the particular conditio~ of R~dershot's body that alloyed hi~ to 9ucces£Ully operate the device? 1 think the factor~ to be considered arel (. The illumination of the light connected t~ it apparently varia ted from "time to time.. and operator upon the planetary energy grid. "During this period before his death. "the time. eaten by the operator. (*)Planetary (. Hendershot and the publisher became fri"endly. to such a sake I quote noy a l~tter from pages 24-26 in the March-April 1989 issue of RThe Journal of Borderland Research": "A while ago you indicated in the Borderland Journal that you were wor~ing on "a Hendershot publication. As you see the issue is a co~plex one and we need all the data available to obtain the g~eatest possible result..in his garage for • period Qf "months vhen Hendershot va~ concerned about someone taking it if he had it in "his possession. This inve~tigation included a vi~it vith a Mr Aho in the -high desert part 01 LOs Angeles County~ He had a Hendershot device there . yomen and men have oppositely pOlarized portions of the body. Unfortunately I forgot about "thi~ until I noticed that your publication on this wag now available. RAfter Hendershot had committed suicide. Since I did not know vho Hendershot vas and he did not explain at .ledge of the subj@ct. we have that thi5 device can be powered by our pt!rsonal biological energy atd that it interfaceg with ether flo .}Genetic (*)Location (.)Food con!titution of device pOSitions ot the operator's body. He became friendly with the publisher of the local "newspaper. upon the grid. On a few occasions he indicated to me that he vanted me to me~t Hend"ershot. It is equally unfortunate that he wanted and got them "back.. as discovered by Dr Abrams). I have a vague recollection of hi! telling me that Hendershot " periodiCally wuld adjU!l the device when this happened.)Interaction and their influence upon all factors mentioned vi th other grid-related (Body pOlarity U also to be included when building the device...s . At the time I made a mental note to write youre"garding my limited kno.

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I forget why he said that it had "once stopped operating. when interviewing the inventor personally in the late '50s (~). in my opinion. "Aho alloved me to sketch theMboth. namely that there are at least several versions of the HenderShot circuit in circulation. vithout a model and yith only li"mi ted specifications. Mr O'Brian also confirmed what Associate Skilling indicated at the end of his article. California. "I should add that none of the materials I had on this have been discarded. radio and "small motors. one had to be constructed. 2 bell-ringing coils and one hand-vound electrolytic cond~ns~r. "As no device was available for the author (Aho) to observe in operation to "fulfill his great deSire. At this pOint aender~hot would connect up "the vire he had been using to stroke with. "Lester Hendershot wanted to leave the world something of great value. Patent Attorney Huntington Beach. California). electrOlytic condensers. number of turns. He also said that there vas another circuit which someone "said vas "'The" Hendershot circuit and I made a record as to it. (Ret). What . Inter"ested associates and advisers wanted to believe that here in this device vas "a mUltimillion-dollar invention nearly ready for marketing. "Energy Unlimited: A Ca 5e for Space". Mr Arthur Aho himself published a small written work.a coil. I viII make an extensive quotation from it in the portion that. Littlerock. the author knew beyond a doubt that here vas in part the "nature of the next breakthrough in gci~ce: and that limits based on studies "of exchange of energy and/or quantum lIlechanicsdid not indeed exist. USing instructions from "Lester Hendershot. but neither could he explain "its paver vhen operating or why so often it would not operate at all. operate TV. He showed me hOY Hend~shot vo"uld "stroke" a wire along some part o'f the device until a meter started res"ponding. also learned that an organi~ation yas selling schematics on the circuit that Hendershot himself comfirmed as being "very close" to the actual circuit. "However. Apparently he had had quite a number of people try"1ng. AS I recall "the sketch on the coil had dimensions. which coris s ted i "of basket-veave coils. carries the most important data for the con!truction of a Hendershot generator capable of functioning with everybody'S life energy. constructed the first of five devices. Then apparently Hendershot vould get excited as he continued the "stroking motion until the meter would show that the device vas in operation ·or vas ready to go operational. HenderShot had ever done. etc. he (Aho) painstakingly. 9mall transformer9. "Aho stated that Hendershot indicated that Aho had done a better job on vind"ing the coil than he. I have no idea if this "is true or as to the construction of such a compass. a perma"nent magnet. I have not yet located them since closing my office". Using " his Simple device to light conventional light bulbs. Bdvard O'Brian. in 19~8 (Printed by South Antelope Valley Publishing Co. he could not doubt its reality. "This vas the critical aspect of the m~tter. "From another source at the time I learned that Hendershot appar~ntly got his "idea as to his device from an earth-induction compass such as was used in "the Spirit of St LOuigairplane flovn by Lindberg. the circuit he used and a key part of the "device . Journal Editor Tom Brown later asked Mr O'Brian for his graphic documentation and this man obliged by mailing the schematics you can see at page N°2l of this work. "After seeing his first inanimate device Come to life under the influence of "Lester Hender~hot.(22) "which he said that Hendershot had started. Associate Gaston Burridge. wire sizes.

The positive sides yere each hooked to a unique "arrangement of three baSket-weave coils within a single unit.roup! "were cancelled because of fear of revelation of an invention. Fitting Closely to the inner circumference of this "triple coil vas a condenser which was rwwound irom an 80 mId 400-volt elec"trolytic condenser. questioning the "lack of understanding rather than the reality of that observed and experienneed. he stated thi! concerning hig personal works:"I had thought that I eo""uld bring to the world a new source of power" but nov. exact "type of device. Units operated any-where from . Tvo small transformers were also used in the bask"et_weave coil circuit. of the Hendershot device. This despite the fact that there vas no "fraud or attempt at fraud. but all had tvo things in common: "(l)they. The final capa"citance was not critical. in "mid-April 1961. The tvo negative banks were all hooked "together in a common ground. Each side had to be within less than "2% in value to the other. There were "variation9 in capacitance. "The author (Aho) had. "There vere several variation. "During 1900 two arranged demonstrations to top electronic engineering . it seemed at "times that the easy yay out was to deny that vhich was observed because it "did not fit our accepted theories.did generate electricity without the use of. but dried before winding on a metal ring. in his posseSSion the last device which "he had construct~d. thus bringing to a close that phase of his project. which "all proved that the mystery of operation did not depend on a certain.and the d~vice do~s "not operate. it became increaSingly difficult to deny "something observed aad the result vas to pursue it further.what~ver that may b~ . In personal notes.(23) "did exist vas the probleM of hOY to get Le~ter Hendershot and associates to "realize the magnitude of what vas demonstrated and how to get cooperation of "science. "1961.fuel or of loss to any "of its parts and (2)there was an operator who used individualized methods to "trigger the device into operation. at this late date. yhich vas necessarily skeptical that anything of value could come "from 11mited scientific background. but value was not critical.006 mid to 40 mId "but they were critical as to balance. in inductance and even in circuit Wiring. "After over a year of experimenting with Lester HenderShot. The device also employed "a large permanent aagnet opposing two bell-ringing coils which in turn were "wired to the two banks"Thi~ arrangement appeared to act similar to a pacer. who demonstrated such a device for many years. an' still has. However thi~ d~vice i~ only so much mat~rial without the "influence of Le~ter Hendershot . Lester HenderShot finally agreed to go all-out in revealing "every detail of both construction and operation of his device in an environ"ment including men of science and the equipment needed to evaluate in detail "the nature ot the poyer generated by the device. However. Descriptions of other devices by other individualS show a "hroad detail of mechanical construction. Lester Hendershot passed away very suddenly on April 26th. "John reeley. it became apparent . and all of them ope"rated. and hOY this vas hrought a"bout. which were available in Los An"geles. However.~ple tWO-bank unit @mploying "tvo sets of electrOlytic condensers. ""I find that there is a personal influence involved which I cannot overcome" "This statement was made in reference to starting hi! devices. which was . is described in "The Books of Charles Fort. However. The device that the anthor mad@ vas a . "In the early stages of experiments with the Hendershot device.6'" -in diameter by 3" high. as the magnet acted as "a cushion to the bell-coil circuits when they became activated.

~hen a device. A fir" squeeze aga. I am nov to include here a group of illustrations (osten9ibly xerocopi@5 from photos taken from some publication) included by publisher Walter Baumgartner at i~3ue N°l3 of "Energy Unlimited" magaZine: when I analyzed the circuits therein shown I realised (by u5ing radiesthe!ia made with my fingertips) that they were different fron both the Skilling and the Aho-given circuit!. After this happens and the vibration becomes self-sustaining.(24) -that this device was better described as a living. This pUlse would surge from one bank to the "other. mechanical body. At the peak of surge into the condensers. an added surge of pover vas Nvisible on the scope pattern.first admitted to Aho that he did not know why the device worked.of this device) he died suddenly. there is a pair of transformers within the large-sized cond~nsers. vas first started by Lester Hendershot the homemade conden"ser~ which seemed to act as antennas. The near 50-cycle "oscillation was common to all units. being implicitly included here the possibility of "TheR circuit as indicated vhen I transcri bed the letter from Mr o· Brian (I wan t to mean here a circuit of a device capahle of being activated by anybody). (*)There. would pick up voltage pressure Slowly "at first and then faster. even as in a living body" (from pages 2 to ~ of Aho' s referenced york). which was "not in operation. Aho's quoted paragraph shares one feature with the illugtration! we ar~ about to see. This idea geemed at first too far"fetched to warrant further consideration. the device ~orks without any other aid Ufttil it becomes unbalanced. a condenser must be held in the hand so that the biological energy of the operator (or of somebody else. would do like"wise. Its operation paralleled the relati"on of a windmill to the wind.5 in the past. {*)At one of the Hendershot-type circuits.5hot and Aho) and also reviewing records or statements concernwing other devices and demonstration. (*)Unllke the article by Associate Skilling (yho also worked yith Henderghot) Aho indicates that the critical feature of the large-sized hOllle-raadeondenc sers is NOT capacitance but BALANCE. if the operator is tired/depleted) acts as prime mover. The voltage nov across the load would be any"where from 90 to 140 volts AC depending on the model used. From reading the formerly-quoted ther things: lengthy paragraph we have learned several o- (*)Hendershot . the main condenser.!Similarto that of a doetor massaging a heart that had stopped. A£ter'Lester Hendershot had started the device by squeezing it. Kor in triggering this heart with a pacer. It vas a feeling of holding the pulse of the living univ"erse manifesting itself in a machine.. followed by a near 6o-cycle pulse.in "started the output and you may be assured that it vas a thrill to hold'this "pulsing condenser. caged or "geared into a fource outside of itself. It! becoming a living thing in ~pace depended "on a factor . I do not know whether this is or not "The" circuit that can be activated by all people: unfortunately ~alter did not include the source of those photos: . but when he was about to tell everything to a group of qualified scientists (the "why and hov. during its activating time. but became more acceptable after "observing and evaluating a characteristic common to all' units (devices) made "hy us (H~der. so he turned it over to the author (Aha). how this balance is brought abOut he does not indicate. his "hand tired. On one unit a Slight unbalance of the "homemade condenser vas compensated for by squee~ing a soft spot on one condften~er. which could be heard as a loud hum "on the magnet and coil eir~uit.is not a Single Hendershot-type circuit but A GROUP OF THEM. Follo_ing this.

James A. In other words. this Circuit reminds me of a tornado that has ~o smaller-sized yortexes within a larger one.in difference to the circuits given U5 by Mr O'Brian and of three condensers each: IMAGE N"15 ----------- As I have indicated before. see Image Naln at next page. Image N°l5. belov.ic level vithin the Solar System. it could be con3idered that when bot. shows us one man (whose identity is unknown to me) holding a Hendershot generator. smaller vortexes pulse together they interact with a larger-sized vortex. shows us an upper view of the same unit. producing more energy than vas used as input into them!. it is a Simplified illustration of a bibliographical reference (11). "The" Van . and . This mechanism of a tornado has been recognized as exi~ting (with geme modifications) even at the cosm. There we see the two large-!ized hand-made condensers each containing a transfOrMer within. we have" tha t one vortex is "cold" and the ot h!!r is "warm".(25) IMAGE N"14 Image N°14. above.

of an Archimedean spir. Brian O'Leary and Andrev Chaikin. electrically conducting gas carries with it an entr"ain~d magnetic field caused by a system o£ currents surviving from their 0"rigin in the corona of the Sun•. "The average speed of the flOYing gas. about 400 km per second.r. Ielly Beatty.The observed magnetic field fluctuate'3 in "magnitude and more specially in direction from point to point but generally "parallelS the th!oretical Arehimedean spiral. the approxim.u in interplaneta. 1982) the following: "Even though each individual parcel of gas (he is speaking about the solar wind here. by virtue of the sun's rotat"ion.. a continuous !tream of ga! floYing from "a loeali%ed area of the sun's corona takes on. which he consider~ an extremely rar@fied gag moving through space) "moves radially outward from the sun.(26 ) Warmer Air Air Area Damaged by Vortex N°2 (Vi)-{V2): Individual vortexes the Parent Tornado within Allen has written in Chapter 3 ("Magnetospheres and the Interplanetary Medium") of "The Ney Solar System" (2nd Edition.ty space "as viewed by an observer over the solar north pole (see Image N°17. Caabridge University Press. Earth orbit Saturn orbit second Circle: ------------- Spirals: Radially moving ------solar wind (as indo (icated by arrows) and Archimedean !piral of the interplanetary magnetic field that result~ from the Sun' s rotation . below).ce~ 1(ork): t BIRD'S-EYE VIEW OF THE SOLAR EQUATORIAL PLANS: Central Dot: Sun -----_ ---First Circle: -----------. The ionized. edited by J.. C~bridge Massachusetts.en. but marked fluctuations in this !peed "induce a variety ot collisionle5! shock phenomena as fa3t streams overtaxe "slav ones. .ate forll. as predicted by Eugene Parker "in the late 1950' s" (from page N°24 oL_!he refe. is remarkably "independent of distance from the sun.

thus both bodie. ting around the magnetic center of the Solar System in Similar positions to vortexes (VI) & (V2) of Image X016. vortexes and at the ester of the parent vortex "ould be located "hat he called "the magnetic center of the Solar Sygtem". first edition. Beneath the magnet is the short length oE wire that is to be stroked. Image N°20.s would end by orbi. as per indications by Skilling and Aho.(27 ) Aslyou can see at Image N°17 . former page. of his book) that. "here we see the metallic piece. This is better appreciated at Image N°19 of next page. he uncovered a COSMIC MODEL of apparatus!. 'please notice tha t in the center between both large-~ ized condensers (as analogous to [raspedon's magnetic center of the Solar System) is an "Lshaped" Sliding metallic piece that is connected to the two bell-ringing coils. giv~5 us another view of the sam~ device: this time we see the tvo bell-ringing coils and the magnet on the first plane with one of the large-sized condensers in the background. in3tead. above. "ithout altering its features. IMAGE N°18 Image N°IS. the man had not "lightning in his hand". next page. Brazilian physicist Dino [rasped6n (pen-name of Aladino Felix) in hi! york "My Contact with Flying Saucers" indicated (in the 1957. cn~ of the tvo lamps ll3ed as a . the Sun would be located within one oE the smaller!:size.which I adapted. Only with the direct analysis of the photographs includ~d by ~alt~r Baumgartner it is possible to understand the depth of Hendershot's discovery. he had the ba5ic model of creation upon a table!.we have a Ying-Yang mandala that I have already analyzed (13) and explained with the Sun at it' geometric cent~. No wonder there has been 90 MUch written and so little und~!tood about Hendershot's free energy device. as has been seen. [rasp@d6n also indicated that by the end of the XXth century another col03sal heavenly body yould come through space to position itself by the side of our present sun. gO thoSe of you wanting to learn more will ~ave to search in indexe5 for more works by this manThough the illustration from Van Allen'g chapt~ cl0gely parallels that of the tornado vortex_ there is a difference: the Sun is at the midst of the parent vortex (so to say). No york by Eugene Parker is referenced at the Bib~iography of Van Alen'g chapter. giTes us another view of the Hendershot generator under analysis. from Van Allen'5 chapter . the two bell-ringing coilS and the magnetron-magnet with the N pole at the center and the tvo S poles at the sides.

of next page. he used in the dimensioning of this device different . Therefore.. this leads us to: IB-foot = 0. conc@rning the size of the ruler with that of the man seen at Image N°14 (page N°25) and it is of 1 B-foot long. ea _ load Eor this device: Image N°21. I made carefUl calculation.( 27') __ lAAGE N"19 .9668421056 0.4934210528 = 2.221308292 .= Harmonic 222 already explained (13)!.934210528' : 2 : 0. gi yes ~ a full viey of the yhol@ app ar-e tus vi th a ruler included to shoy relative size.9868421056 V4. what Hendershot did vas to emtody in to a Single device not only a most basic model employed by creation itsel£ and seen both at the natural-level upon the Earth's surface but also at cosmic level within the Solar System Not glad with the former. The distance betveen the centers of the tvo large-si%ed condensers and the tvo transformers placed within is also of 1 B-foot.

(28) IMAGE N°21 grid-related harmonics to produce a unique combination that . the best (*}use your ovn psychic sensibility separating the different If I were in your shoes for experimenting such a device. The eircuits by Skilling and Aho are coinCident. NOV. (*)Condenser C8 is hand-held (W) is stroken. modUlated it for usage in common household appliances. Associate Skilling also learned of this game event but only told what he himself experienced firsthand. of next page. (*)Bell-ringing cuit. . by means of the permanent magnet/bell-ringing coils combination. R~l1tt!!mb~ that you are touching the most bas ic harmonics that keep creation go· ing and if you mak~ a mistake you "ill pay d!!!arlyfor it: BE:CAREFUL!!!!!!!.wh!n activated by his own biological energy or that of somebody else (as Associate Skilling for example or as Mr Aha vh~ Hendershot became tired) . the circuit coming out of the photographs A~ you s~e exist some differences with those already seen: (*)I have indicated equivalences nth Skilling and O'Brian for a be t t er. For a better understanding of the subject-matter I have illustrated at Image N°22.collected ether from the environment and. people must re- of coils must begin at the base and rise upvards counterClockor grid-calculation to ascertain cons ti tu ting elements. we have seen that Aho himself admitted to the existence of several circuits of the ~ndershot device. but which is in dis-agreement vith their statements is that my ovn radiesthesic: analysis of the circuit in the photograph published by Walter Baumgartner indicates a different one!. on the right hand lIhile lIith the left hand wire are placed and connected differently fOlloYing the cir- (*)Condensers ca-C4-C3 and C7-C6-C5 harmonic series 1:2:4. (*)The circuit coils are connected as in the Skilling-given verSe the connections (*)The winding wise. I would proceed care fully testing each step to the utmost before passing to the folloving one.construction of the device (all elements and procedures are as has indicated Associate Skilling). distances is built for a right-handed person:left-handed and positioning of the elements.

Image N°23. Hooper are already veIl-known (8).indicated the nucleus of them at Part I of this lIrit ing. who has extensively and intensively researched into electrostatic motors and devices.-~--IMAGE N°22 ... . of next page. What I want to do here is to unite his conceptions to those of Dr Oleg Jefiaenko (19).to a certain extent . and I have . it consist! of a 1en9tHpf wire ended in two electrically-conducting terminals (T)-(T'). C8 The conceptions of the late Dr William J.(29 ) Equivalences: Ll L2 = = '::! L3 L4 Coil D Coil C = Coil B Coil A C7 = C8 "" 20 MFD at 450 working volts CHI CH2 C4 C3 C5 C6 C7 -----. ShOY5 U3 again the basic kind of wire-winding that Hooper had experimentally found (8) and patented (20).

so that the semicircunference (c) determined by iFi of the distance (0) involved. this distance could be . which Cathie found out (3}-(4) is gravity acceleration in grid related terms).of 2. for submultiples in decimal scale of it can be employed .(30) IMAGE N 23 • . At Image N°24. below: IMAGE N"24 -----------.just for the sake of example.in the decimal scale of harmonic l~94443'9 reciprocal. we see the distance (0) separating each winding.measured in g-inches . instead of the customary winding of coils for either AC or DC motorS ve have one sinusoidal length of wire which ends are connected to a pair of slip-rings. This bring~into play etheric forces. figure 5901~44574. arotor. At Image Na25.- . for we are here using the 1Fi:l proportion that links etheric flovs yith visible light: The basic foundation of the energy grid!. as seen at Image N~24. In my opinion the thicxnesg of the rotor'S walls must be dimensioned according to harmonic 31622776~ . The circumference of the wire employed must be a submultiple .824071572 g-inches (the sixth part of harmonic 1~94443.---------D (T) (T' ) There is absolutely no prob1~ bove arQund the periphery of A in distributing the winding of Image N°23. the wire is arranged (electrically-insulated) upon the periphery of a cylindrical rotor and allot it is placed around a shaft as in common electrical motor!. above. this must be done in order to prevent the flovs collected into the device to penetrate into the wire and fusing it.

But the problem I see here is that a single-layered rotor may be unable to rotate as fast or powerfully as it is desired for certain applications: therefore I have de~igned a multilayered rotor with a plurality of windings... be dimensioned according to figure 5901644574 to make the flovs cour~e around itself and thu~ produce a torque in the rotor. The rotor can be powered from a battery source (B) which might yell be the "electret" permanent batt~ry invented hy Dr Mototaro EGUCHI of Tokyo Naval College in May 192' (see "The Amateur Scienti~t" section of the November 1960 issue of the ~Scienti£ic American" magazine). in my opinion. as is seen at Image N°26.. below: (M) ---. instead they begin at the innermost layer and vhen ~ding pass into the second. _ (B) of Image N°24. a rotor (M) which windings are like tho~e TO STATOR GROUND . is composed of two identical sections a rotor and an stator. The motor~ a~ seen at Image H027 beloy._----_ .. with similar windings and with connections leading to the vires of both sections terminating at the Slip rings: ANTENNA IMAGE N 027 ----------- At the illustration above we have.(31 ) the square root of 10... thus repeating the CYCle undendles3ly. so that all energy collected may freely flov through the rotor'S wall and end coursing around the shaft's circumference which must also. former page. but they do not end directly into the Slip rings.

you can connect. lightning discharge into the ground. Though in this manner you vill have electricity for free there are some facts that may spoil your joy: (*)Place the antenna upon a yell-insulated thejproper protection again. (*)Make sure that the antenna you employ be. ibed by Dr Nikola Tesla.(32) For reasons that will be s~~n at Part IV of this york. If you do not want to use a battery to paver the motor or if you want to use the local electric field (even the establishment-controlled media acknowledges th~ existence of the Earth's electric field. vhen th~ analysis on the working principles of Georges Lakhvsky's Multivave Oscillator is made. upon the rotor and stator are seen . support and do all of this with (*)DO not ground into too-wet soils or vehicles of any kind. if needed a good example is the antenna descrN°l.266.5t electricity.at his US Patent If you are not acquainted with this kind ice of people knowledgeable into the art nology is available to the readership at Other kinds of windings at Image N°28. a highly-placed antenna over the 9011'! surface and a ground connection.175 "Lightning Protector". as seen at Image N°27 of former page. beloy: to be experimented is good for conducting. also forbidden as grounding are discarded fuel tanks that vere not thDroughly washed before and subsoils containing chemical substances stored down there!. of protective systems !u!eJ: he advt (as I do not knoy what kind of techtheir own country). see "The Amateur Scientist" section in the May 1957 issue of the "Scientific American" magazine) in a manner similar to Dr Je£il1lenko's (see "The Amateur Scientist" section of the October 1974 issue of the ~Scientific American" magazine) (19). An impossibleto-anticipate reaction could be the result. the electrical flow through the windings of the stator and the rotor in the same direction works in a manner 9imil~r to placing tvo magnifying glasses sequentially: The final yield i~ the combination of both.

(33) Taking advantadge of the Metric Theorems (13) w@ can design a Hooperengine which stator and rotor are wound at 90~... please notice that the electrical flovs in rotor and stator must be reversed from those already seen. Ho. gcience c~ .instead . think al90 that I am not as much of a nut". Before passing to the Lakhovsky device as a free-energy apparatu5 I viII return to the experiences by Heinrich Hertz in the XIXth century which yere employed as foundation by Lakhov9ky for his device: Image N°30. I Inow it i3 .-_N°29 ---...using the oscillating circuits as wrist-bracelets and ascertaining their pOlarity for etneric flOWS by means of radiesthesia (7). rotor is wound as has been illustrated at Image N°24 of page N°30. ~fore censorship in me into full sway: his I Hertz in •• F hica". at all model5 of Hooperengine seen. the stator hag windings that go 900 to the rotor's and are separ&ted by a gap. in thig ~anner. ghow! us the different apparati used by experience._-.yet!. GROUND Th. -~!!!_!Y!_~!~~!~~!!!l_!~~!f~!~~~ Yes.pUZZling the idea of transforming Lakhovsky's healing device into a free-energy one.ever. but as the text unfolds you will notice the logic behind thi3 conception and. of next page. th~re is no objection against bUilding one with multilayered rotor and stator. I will quot e from Te}tall!o Ricaldoni S ItApunte3 De (referenced on page N°9 of this york) to shov the readership which explanation given by the early XXth century. Though I have illustrated a single-layered motor. Tom Brown has compiled (7) plenty of Borderland-file information containing many difI~rent facets on Lakhov~ky's Multivave Oscillator snoving different vievpoints from BSRF Associates. we have that the electrical commutator is altogether eliminated!. perhapg... who have experimented with this apparatus in different fashions: Some did it reproducing Lakhovsky'~ U5~ge of ferroelectromagnetism as prime mover.at least . the example being the device illustrated at Image NQ29. vas the . others . or not. below: " ANTENNA IMAGE .

ve place any two metallic bodies. Oscillating "Circuits: At the up. the spa"rks that happen in the resonator are due to Electrostatic Induction. "For each spark that jumps tvo vavesystems come into existence. "AS the small sparks that jump at the ring are due to a phenomenon analogous "to resonance. "~hen the resonator occupies position (E). The electri~ lines of force are upon the infinite planes "that may pass through the (A)-(B) axis and the magnetic lines of force are "circumferences perpendicular to the (A)-(B) axis. "If. "It is alsonecessary to take care and. "These rods are connected to the terminals of a Rumkhorff's coil (R). "The device emPloyed by Hertz is a vibrator composed by two rods. because Hertz noticed that UV light has the property of "gradually discharging the vibrator. ending at (C) and having at their other ends tvo spheres (A) and "(B) that can "be Slid to regUlate the duration of vibrations. To achieve this same effect of sudden discharge "the vibrator may be placed into oil.er illustration is Hertz's OSCillating circuit. the sec·ondary circuit of an induction coil i3 connected tvo tvo metallic spheres or "plates forming capacity by means of tvo wires (a) and (b)constituting the . of which he said:"Hertz'. spain). "In order to study care£ully this field. see Image "M030 above. George Lakhovsky used the above experiment for his ovn researches and in hi! book "The Secret of Life" (I have a 1929 edition in Spanish published by Editorial Aguilar of Madrid.(A) (M) (E) (D) (B) ------------ IMAGE N030 "Experiments by Hertz have made manifest electrical vibrations which. vithin this electric field. he inCluded the illustration faithfully reproduced at Image N°31 of next page. "and to achieve this it is nece3sary for the little spheres at (C) to be high "ly polished so that a slow discharge may not happen by the small coarse "Spots upon their surfaces. accord"ing to their source. "The sparks vill be at a max~um when the diameter containing the gap i~ pa"rallel to the (A)-(B) axis of the vibrator and vill be nil when said diametMer is perpendicular" (from pages 675-678 of Ricaldoni'g york). we will no "tice sparks jumping between them due to the variations experienced by the £iHeld every time the vibrator's sparks jump. because of this the ring is called "Resonator". This gap can be increa"sed or diminished by means of a micrometric screw. Hertz used a copper ring (M) that "possesses a small gap. vary between 157 cycle! per second and 4000 million per "second. and "when it yorks you will see jump sparks between the little spheres (C)j and "if vibrations are desired it is necessary for the sparks to jump suddenly. an electric "and a magnetic one. a~ the Image above indicates. preserve the interval (e) from the ligh "t of other sparks. with its center perpendicular to "the (C)-(D) line and the center of the ring placed upon said line.

The mid-illustration.mi- . shovinq the "analogy with the filaments of cells. Capacity does not cease to exist. on the circuit illugtrated at Image N°32 above.35) ( a) (b) Q'____---Q IMAGE N~3l ------------ (+) (-) (+) (-) 0----------------------0 "self-inductance. he states:"Schematic of oscillating electric circuit. the plates are reduced to the ends of a metallic "wire.s referenced vor- k) • IMAGE N°32 ------------ (-) Lakhovsky further refine5 his idea and. In this fashion is obtained an open oscillating circuit. "At th~bottom illustration. a !traight oscillator formed wby a wire (self-inductance) that joins the two ~tallic plates (capacity).(. This oscillating circuit can b~comp. but it is very small. The frequency "of oscillations has increased" (from page N°85 of Lakhovsky. "The capacity formed by th. tvo plates is discharged producing a spark b@tv~*en the two little spheres.

page N&90 of Lakhovsky'S referenced york).962.'same fa!lhion as an ordinary o!'cillating "circuit. this time they are arranged as if placed upon the diminishing periphery of an imagina. forming sl!l.E'-inductancein the . Lakhovsky used this fundamental as a portion of his Multiwave Oscillator. this discharge induces an etheric flov into another coil (L2) which must be inductively coupled to (LI). and a Rumkhorff-type vibrator (v) yhich is us~d to produce alternating or interrupted electrical flows charging a capacitor (c) that discharges through a coil (Ll) into a spark-gap (E). p~tented at the USA under N°l. The small condenser thus formed discharges itself into the ""ire.but. "In the case of the illustration. this indicates that Lakhovsky'S device is grounded upon etheric forces D1 RECTLY £~r he&ling. "Apparatus with Circuits 05cillatjng under Multiple Wave Lengths".ry cone. ve see Lakhovsky's preferred embodiment for his healing device. from the secondary of the Tesla coil arrangement (L2). DC current-polaritie5 (+) & (-).(3~ ) cr-csccp Ic. ~ II E L1L2 At Image N°33. the ends of the circuit are placed next to "each other forming capacity between them~elves and acquiring pogitive and "negativ~harges. IMAGE N°34 Image N°34. being they alternatedly connected tn the secondary of the Tesla coil they "ill collect etheric energies . Please notice that rings {a)-(lJ ARENor directly energised by the usual home current . the ends of (L2) touching alternated rings vithin the usual La~hovsky-type arrangement (a)-(f). above. out of which are taken the three next illustration for analysis: IMAGE N°33 ---------- ~~~rn -. here self-inductance is localized along the wire" (from .hows us another embodiment for the LakhovSky-type rings (a)-(f) already !u!en.5~.ted secondary (s). and NOT upon Eerroelectromagnetism. as correctly indicates Trevor James Constable (7). However. .either AC or DC . directly above. vi th a transform@!' (T) possessing primary (p) and separa.instead.

at Image N°36 of next page. for each «ell Yill take what it need! from this variegated collecting (the vortex may be or may not be visible. to wit: By any of the means indicated before a current is induced in tht'! system'spO'IIersource and t nus 'activates the Tegla coil secondary. abeve . the vire is bent upon itself as did Dr Hoop@r with his "B x V" devices!. produces an etheric floy from the nearby environment into the system of rings and out of it. I give. in turn. in 50 doing. IMAGE N°35 ------------ Image N°35. This is akin to done during the ~pyramid mania" of the '70s. this. not clear in this illustration is whether the bent vire is from the Tesla coil secondary or from its primary (as the constituents are not clearly indicated): in both cases a gap MUS t be left for energy to flow into and out ot the 'Whole arrangement. that the um tubes environment for concentrating it upon a given place. into this spark come many different vibrations and in this manner generate a vortex with many different etheric wavelengths!. a simplified explanation of how the arrangement ·of rings worxs.of Lakhov~kY'g invention.( 37) from the what vas to place er flows Nauadays. . the ether collects around sphere (El) and begins to flow along the outermost ring leaving into the nearby environment through sphere (E2). Notice hOY the rings are not touching directly the ends of a Tesla coil seeundary but. when it was fashionable a cardboard pyramid upon a certain place of the body to balance eththerein. a portion goes again recirculating through sphere (El) and. depending on the powersource eJlployed). produces spatial interfer@nce with other etheric flevs from the environment provoking a spark at space between both spheres (EI)-(E2). Vhat i. Remember that some ASSOCiates had to establish polarity with a pendulum (7) in order to have the greatest possible efficiency in their non-electrical oscillaring vrist-vorn circuits. here is the same case. . instead. it is "crystal mania" what is fashionaole: but I keep on thinking most effective devices to be made vill be those constituted by vacuwhere the ether i~ freer to flo". Lakhovsky vas right here. is another embodiment .upon a portable and height-regulable platform (B) . But not all of the collected ether leaves.

reach until the center of the ring-arrangement. (. (*}Part of the flows is recirculated es.and the environment ~ this is an open vcr tex vhich possesses the £01101ling features: stages. velengths as its cons t t tuent s . penetrating the floy through (E3). possessing many diff~rent wa- . after a sequence of and part is released towards other stag- (*)The system is not clo!ed but open.)A vortex exists between each pair of gp~res. notice hOY the existence of gaps holding spheres at the end! produces a partial recirculation and an etheric exchange of flows between rings apart from the usual vortex bet1leen each pair ot spheres .08 ) At the same time the floy in the outermost ring (for :the sake of explanation I Yi 11 cons ider the I1 OYS as going invards) indtlC es a simil ar one at the midring. (*)Etheric f101ls are collected from the environment and. coursing around as u5ual and l~aving at (E4). thus mobilising at the saue time flov~ at the nearby environment along a given spatial pattern.

.ll t--I I oI 2':1 I HI I ~I r.!ll .(39 ) ('11 r.

(A) " . also how he implemented it.. Firgt Or all we will deal with the sizes of the glass-structure.(40 ) (*)NO ether tly.not indicating oth~r incoming and outgoing etheric flows ... that it is static: The Field is WhOlly Dynamic!.. le- oE this transformer is connected to a Tesla-type arrangenent of ..... . There we . . In modern alternative therapy. as can be seen at Image N°37 of former page."" The field moves constantly around·an imaginary axis (A)-(A')...in the manner outlined for the Hooperengine of Part III in this writing . nov it is time to direct our attention toward implementing the appapatu5 as a fre@-energy device: Image N°39 of next page shovs my conception.at the rihgs is indicated by Image N°38. rut it mov@sconstan- (*)The shape Or the field generated locally . -~. his device as shown at a patent and a simplified explanation of how the ether flows within his ring-arrangement. is maintained stagnated lIithin the system. '--. the Lakhovsky Multiwave Oscillator has alSO be@ft combined yith other technical devices. The alt~nated connection of the electrodes generates within the interior of the device an etheric floy.. through a reversing switeh (RS).. taking the utmost care in the full elimination of all gaseous b~bbles from the interior and surface of both materials Otherwise the resonance of the !aS1!5 may produce puncturings and breaking! in the s tr-oc ture .. and outside Qf it the conditions already explained.appreciate an antenna . I snggest the body of the device be built of glass and the inner electrode! of brass.... hut it is not for thi3 reason that I want to draw your attention towards this apparatus. below: (A' ) I ... We have !een the origin of Lakhovsky's idea. The secondary ad to alternated electrodes within tvo large and hollow Lakhovsky-type rings termina ted in sp he res (Y) . do not think for an Lns t ant. to such a variable condensers (C)-(Cl)-(C3) which.all individual elements constituting the apparatus viII be explained in greater detail later in this part and a variable condenser (C2). the dashed ellipses indicating only its general outlines.connected to a ground through the primary of a transformer (T) . IMAGE N°38 ----------- ".

577161518 g-feet so that the central circumference of an idealised and closed circular ring may be of 14. below: IMAGE N°40 (N) The distance betveen pOints (C)-(C'). The diameter of the ring (N) will be of 0. the center of the glassy tor-us will .(41 ) ANTENNA .. please see Image 14°40. be of 4.9392759063 g-foot 90 that its circumference be half of harmonic 1694443'3 reciprocal.---~------IMAGE N°39 (C2 ) ~ T GROUND sake.316227766 g-inch so that vertically-incoming ~ergies may get directly into the torU!5 while tangentially-flowing energie! may ~ . a submultiple of light3peed upon the Earth's surface in grid-terms. the thickness of the glassy vall! viII be of 0.379577 g-feet.

When th~ coil is used for such experiments as a- . finally diameter (j) of the metallic shaft hOlding. I~ight be advi~able. in a strictly scientific investiqation. will have a. here it 15: factor. BeFore seeing how to tap directly the electricity generated by this device I "ill explain separatedly its constituents: In his lecture of May 20th~ 1891.'the large brass-electrode will be Hm). London~ Nikola Tes1a dealt. -DrSRUPTfVE DISCHARGE COIL. "It is contained in a box B. yith an oil-filled transformer of his invention that we will employ in the Lakhovsky Transformer.fit the circular-section of the glassy ring: it is a factor to be ascertained experimentally both the amount of electrodes needed within each glassy ring and the distance of each end-electrode to the respective 5phere (r). see Image N°43 above. The electrodes of Image N°39. as a condt'!!'lser very small capacity and as an electrostatic of "and electromagnetic screen. to do away with the metal cover. "when accuracy is of great importance.(43) The minor circumfuence. In case you have the technology to build hollow bra99-electrode~ dimension their wallts thickness according to harmonic 316227166 vhile keeping all other sizes unaltered. diameter (Ill) of 0.93927590153 g-inc:h 90 that its circumference be half harmonic 1694443'5 reciprocal. page N°41. this yill produce an energy floy inwards/outwards the electrode that "ill form a layer of protective nature around it. before the Institution of Electrical Engineers. covered on the outside with zinc sheet Z. which is carefully soldered "all around. are separated 300 for I designed the apparatus for an idealized torus of 12 electrodes. as it "might introduce many errors. of thick boards of hard "wood. principally on account of its complex action u"pon the COil. but remember the ends of the ring must be cut to place the spheres (Y) which lllU~t also have a portion of the ir mass eliminated to .

as otherwise they may impair its action and "be a source of loss. To avoid this. and the in!Ulation betv"een tht! primary and the secondary need not be thicle. a "In connection with the coil I use either the ordinary form of discharger or "a modified form (see Image N·44. This disposition. certainly not less than. 24 centimetres "square. If they are "ment ioned. 24 turns in each. say.""hen the capacity of the terminals is not equal. 1:5. and "3 millimetres thick. of course. thi~ allOYing of turning them Hsuccessively into different pOSitiOns. but much aore if possible. The tvo halves are wound 0"ppositely and connected in series. the thieme!s of the insulation. next page). but in operating vith very rapidly alternating currents "this ratio does not conven even an approximate idea o£ the ratio of the EMFs "in the primary and secondary circuits. the middle point of the gecondary may be co"nnected to the primary. TM primary CIld secondary layers are insu. not the best on general principl"es. Th@ secondMary S-S of the best gutta-percha-covered vire. as. and the space "between should. besides being convenient. there being about 5 centimetres thickness of oil all "around. by !pring pre5sur~. when both of it s termi"naIs Tl-Tl are connected to 'oodies or devices of equa 1 capaci ty . "five centiJ1l!tres. likewiSe!!!f hard rubber. . "One of the changes is that the ad jus t abj s xnobs A & B of the dhcharger are "held in jaws of brass J-J. When bo th the parts are co nnec ted in seri"es. sparks viII be apt to pass "to the primary. 10 turns in e"ach. Where the Oil is not specially needed. should be gufl"iciently remote from the latter. g:i'lingfor each half a total of 260 turns. but I believe it is a good and convenient one for the production of e££"ects in which an excessive potl!!!ntial nd a very small current are needed. has 2~ layers. the space is filled vith pie"ce! of Yood. upon a "ooden spool -v . . which are at right angles to the axis of the!!! coil. the employment of the ~tal cover offers some practicHal advantadges cut these are not of sufficient importance to be dwelt upon. upon which are sc~wed two flanges F-F. and for this purpose principally the wooden b~x B surrounding "the whOle is used. The coil is held in position in the "oil on wooden supports. Each half of the primary ha~ four layers. Each o "spOol comprises a tube T of approximately 8 cl!!!ntimetresinside diameter. -The en~ o£ the secondary TI-Tl are also led out of the oil through rubber "tubes tl-tl of great thickness. the space betve@n the l1anges being about 3 centimetres. it is only in the hope that some experirlW!nter may find them of "use.that is. but this is not always practicable.7 and with the primaries "in multiple. "The coil should be placed symmetrically to the metal cover. not be toq· small. hag the advantMadge that wb!n the coil is veIl-balanced . "gi ving this a total of 96 turns.l"ated by cotton ciot n. "The pr imary P-P is wound in tva parts t and opposi tely.4. of course. of course. "Th! coil consists of two spoOls of hard rubber R-R. thig gives a ratio o£ conv@rsion of about 1:2. and 50 doing away with the tedious "process of frequent polishing up. "The construction here shown is.there is "not much danger of breaking through to the primary. bearing "some proportion to the difference of potential between the turns of the di"fferent layers. In the former I have introduced "two changes which secure Some advantadges and which are obvious."re here contemplated. held apart at a distance "of 10 centimetres by bolts "c" and nuts "n". In using the coil it is "advisable to attach to both terminalS devices of nearly e!!!qual capacity. especially the tvo sides or the "zinc box. the connection betveen both being made 0"ver the primary. and the four ends are led out of the oil through hardrubber tubes t-t.

The device of Image N°39.KD DISCHARGER AND lUG Nn. the knobs are separated from the box'! material by insulation (t)-(r) When in experimentation. sue . but to prevent "the discharge from jumping to the magnet the po ra piece!l are protected by it "layer of mica M-M. anothl!r feature that must be ascertained is whether or not the major diameters of the torii employed must be in harmonic progreSSion and of which kind. Tb! pole pieces of "the magnet are movable and properly formed so as to protrude between the br"ass knobs. in order to malee the fie ld as intense a9 pass ible.(45) -ARRANGEllBNT all' IMPROV. On each side of the screws is'".. which "support the knobs. the distances betyeen plates (B)-(C) are varied until the best !uitable one is found for the production of electrical elergy at its optimal.or any other not included by him .page N°41. .· of aperture bet'fl'een the outermost pair of spheres. page N°4l. all other siles for its constituents remain unaltered save for the si:.for large and the other "for small vires L-L are scre . "The @mployment of an intense magnetic field i9 of advantadge ~incipally ""hen the induction coil or transforml!r "hie h charges the conde'l! E!r i9 opera"ted by currents of very lOW frequency. being this because of thl!! duplication.)discharges betyeen the knobs may be so small as to render the curr"ents produced in the seccnd ary unsuitable for many experiment: s . I cannot say whether the logarithmic progression indicated by Tom Brown (7) . In such a case thf! nUJ1lberof the fun"darnenta. The intense "magnetic field then !Jerves to blow out the arc between the knob! as soon as "it is tormed. Ins Lde of which are tvo metallic plates (B)-(C) which distances of separation are adjustable by means of knobs (L)-(L) regulating screws (H)-(H).l. "which i5 placed vith it5 axis at right angles to the line joining the knobs "A & B.. 51-51 and 52-52 are sere"s for "fastening the v:ires.fixing in position 5 the rods R-R. for example the application of a spark-gap to the transformer (T) of Image N°39. The variable capacitor to employ is also given to US by tHlcola Tesla and it is illustrated at Image N°45 of next page: there we see a box (A) emptied of any gaseouslcontent and filled completely with oil (G) as dielectric. "In another arrangement vi th the magnet I take the discharge betlfeen the ro"unded pOle pieces themselves.e features here that cm only be adapted to the full-scale usage of the Lakhovsky Transformer by lEans of experimentation. as I lack the proper means of cai cu ra tt cn . which in such case are insulated and prefera"bly provi ded vith polished brass caps.is the best possible one or not for the Lakhovsky Transformer. and produces a strong magnetic field between them. of sufficient thickness. for . "the other change consists in the employment oE a strong electromagnet N-S. and the £Und_ental discharges occur in quicker 9ucc:esion". is calculated for a diaJnll!tl!r already given at the same page for the innermost ring and its double for the outermost. of course this must be done taking the utmost care l .. There are som.

this gen. that moves a Tesla Alternator (H) . below: ELECTRICAL .see next page . below .sotitat the AC Yill reach di- There we see two "spiderweb" electrodes (SW-l) and (SW-2) placed between a pair of internal electrodes (R-l) and (R-2) connected to different polariti- rectly the home (I): . perhaps a Hooperengine..(46 ) IMAGE N"45 Electrical EXCESSIVELY undependable) as seen at Image N°46. as seen at Image K047.by a Lakhovsky Transformer (LT) whiCh DC output powers a motor (M). a household can be lighted.er ate! an energy flow that CCIl pever DC devic es.-----1 energy is tapp@d directly within the torus (outside the flows are LOAD (5W-l) (8\1-2) IMAGE N"46 es as is known. ANTENNA IMAGE N"47 .

(47 ) .

at left of Image NG48. trans"verse to them and vith their flat sides against them. seen at Image N°48 beloy: IMAGE N°48 ------------ A toothed-wheel (B) is placed between the poles (N)-(S) of a permanent magnet. here they are: (a)Experience of October 28th. about 12 inche. in "diameter and about l/Sth of inch thick. Tvo of these "vere attached to a piece of cardboard by a thread at such "(END). 1831 (please gee Image N°49 on next page): "(99)Made many experiments with a copper revolving plate.(48) This has b@en my tran3formation of Georg~s Lakhovsky'g h~aling machine into a true free-energy device. about 1 inch "vide and half an inch thick were put again~t the front of large poles. It vas also well amalgamated. and the ends pushed "forvard until sufficiently near: the bars vere prevented from Slipping down "by jars and shakes by means of string tied around them. This York. and then contact vas "made with this edge in different places by conductors formed from equally "thick copper plate and with the extreme and edges grooved and a~alqamated ~ "as to fit on to and have contacrt with the edges of the plate. at right of the same illustration we see the same apparatus acting as generator when it is moved mechanically between the poles (N)-(S) of a permanent magnet by any mover.as all other tasks not directly covered here . the sizes I have given for the different portions of the apparatus are merely indicative of those belonging to a given model and can be altered to suit smaller-sized ~parati. of course . directly above ve see the Barlov Wheel acting as a motor. mounted on a brass axle. . being ~oved by the electrical charge from a battery. its midst crossed by ~ movable shaft and its teeth touching a pOOl of mercury (A). To concen-trate the polar action tyO small magnets 6 or 7 inches long.belongs to the interested experimenter/so The first motor known to our culture is the "Barlow Wheel" invented by the British inventor Peter Barlow in 1822. Peter Lindemann in his learned "A History of Free Energy DevicesK (a BSRP publication) has quoted frol1l Faraday'S diary experiments related to the improvement of the Barlow Wheel. "(lOO)The edge of the plate vag inserted more or less b@t'll'eenhe two conc!!nt "trated poles thus formed.

IMAG8 N°50 --------_-- . the magnet supported so as to rota"te by means of string. When the magnet and disc together ro"tated "unscrey" the marked end of the needle vent "'est. "(256)This direction is the same that yhich would have resulted if the copper "had moved and the magnet been still.( 255)A copper disc vas cemented on the top of a cylinder magne t. Hence moving the magnet causes no diff"erence provided the copper moves. 1831 (please ~ee Image N°SO. If vith the same . the top being the marked pole. and the wires of the galvanometer connected Yi th the "edge and the axis of the copper plate.(49) IMAGE N°49 (b)8xperfencl! of December 26th. but nov no efleet upon the galvanometer. liRen the magne t and "disc rotated "screw" the marked end of the needle went East.. Hence it "appears that. below): .. of the metal circuit in which the current is to be formed. paper in t"ervening. di- "fferent parts must move with diff@rent angular velocities.. "(257)The disc then vas loosed from th!!!' magnet and held still whilst the mag"net itself vas revolved. A rotating and a stationary magnet cause "the same effect.


"no current

is produced,

ie when both parts



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The result of these experiments was summarized by Faraday in the folloving quotation: "From this (kind of experiences) only one conclusion could be "drayn: the curves or line! of force did not rotate with magnet" (from page N°242 of Lindemann's york). Commenting on thb. at the sane page, Bruce De " palma cO!lllllents: "Maxwell, in his Treatise on Electricity' and Magneti3m after "Faraday, did not analyze the rotating magnetized conductor. Yet every book "! (Bruce De Palma) have ever seeR says that there is no difference between "the rotating magnet and the fixed magnet with a disk rotating between its "poles. A 1915 experiment was repeated in 1935 by cramp and Morgrove "Some "In~stigations on the Axial Spin of a Magnet"(IEE, Volume 78. year 1936, page 481) and Das GuPta in 1962 performed more experiments in "Unipolar Machtn""es' Association of the Magnetic Field with the Field-Producing Magnet" (see "American Journal of Phy~ic~, Volume 31.,year 1963, page 428). What Da~ Gupta "found out vas that the disk ...ill rotate but the reaction torque Ls not (evi"dent). His conclusion is: The.Purpose of this paper vag to deaonstrate through experiment~ tha~ unipolar machines are not similar to other machine~. In all other machines~ the rotation of the field-producing magnets alvays causes the field to rotate. In the unipolar machines. once the field is established. it is not possible to cause the field to rotate. The field of the unipolar machine does not partake of any rotational motion of the magnet, even though the magnet is the instrument for the existence of the field. Thus, in th~ unipolar machine, the field-producing magnet does not exp~ience any reaction or torque due to the action or motion of the rotor vhen current is passed through it. "This is really iJJlPortant~ because if you had an electric drill, the drill "tends to go one yay while the bit goes another. But if you had a unipolar "motor in that dri II, you vouldn' t feel any re ac tf on torque through the case t> bec au! ether e is not hing trans IIIitt ed back to the rna t . gne "After thinking for a long time, it occurred to me that what ... really happas "ening in this thing is that the reaction torque of the rotating disk in a "magnetic field i5 being transmitted to the in@rtial frame of the earth the "game way that the gyroscope locks onto the inertial frame of the earth" (quotation Er.om pages 242-243 of Lindemann's work). Seeing Image N°51, below, will lead us to a better understandinq of how Faraday'g unipolar (or homopolar; whichever term you prefer best) works:






the flttfl('i'(Jh' u..,..,,, winch mhcr ('1e-c:uiC:J.l :app;1[;3tU!l~

"hiich 'C'mho..tic!II hi. diM."Uvl.!ry ir1 lR31 .11 dynamo. ,..ork. 3" ws:-II :1.:11 if'K"uction


"'~tro(Jmrltr"'ic ;rHJIIC. coih .• lr.n..'Co-rmert. an6


You s~e that a disk is rotated between the pole~ of an U-~haped ~rmanent maS net and, by thi~ action, both draYs with itself a portion of atmospheric ga~es and at the same time ~%'@ates fric tion again.! tvo brushes. One Brush is pLa t ced at the edge of the disk and the other at its center, both connected to a galvanometer (G) which indicate~ vhen' a flow of electric current happens. Though this is, apparently, a Simple pbenomencn the~ is more Lnvo Ived than meets the eye: The portion of atmospheric gases dragged ~tween the poles of the magne ts is compos ed by atoms th at 5 pin wi thin an ocean of ether and therefore become resonating with the modulated ether £lows of the permanent iron-bas4d magnet; this modulation is transmited to the bru~he! frictioning upon two places of the disk and, in turn, activates the galvanometer (G) indicating a £erroelectromagnetic !low. Bruce D. Palma investigated thoroughly on Faraday'S discovery (present-day eelectrical motor~ an4 generators are based upon the models by Gramme and Tesla, for DC and AC respectively, and NOT upon Faraday'S homopolar generator) finding that replacing the copper disc and the permanent magne t! by a whollycemented set things could be improved, see Image N 52 below:








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Two Ferrite Ring Ma~n .. !! t

A simplified view of the subject, at Image N°53 directly above, simplifies De Palma'S conception fo~ those who may find Image N°52, former page, a little too complex: One sliding brush at the edge and another at the center of the permanent magnet are located, respectively, the the points of maximal and minimal concentration of modulated ether flows, The material of the permanent magnet is what turns the nearby ether into ferromagnetic energy; Figure A shows a basic model and Figure B an improved one From this latter design, Bruce De Palma passed to another better model which is shown schematically at Image N°54 of next page; in this instance the groupings of permanent magnets are sandwiched between copper disks which are in turn connected to Sliding brusheg,

and high amperage.le 20 ENERCY UNLIMITED NO. sOJaetiJIIl!!s ceseated together). ~ 13RVS/{ES~ iV~ I'1/1C/IINE 3 ® B1l. cannot and "lectrical parer Signals over a frequency range from DC to an un~peci£ied up"per frequency limit determined by the electrical inductance of the macnine" (from "Energy UnlL.eparated by (*)They yield DC At very lor voltage for working. @ fl. Being an indefatigable researcher. aeAl?f/vc. a N ~E "AND COPPer( IVfm ..f.ooo De Palma"further refined his conception as you can plainly See at Image N05S of next page. VOLTS O.(53) P. B A.ArJ~~ RPM /2. the results are shoYrl at Image N°56 (page N"55) and Image N0'S7 (page N"56). issue N07). unlike the usual electrical be reversed into acting as motors. and according to hi3 opinion: "This machine is capable of amplification of e- his explorations . (some till"!S . C. needing a high RPM {·)They act as generators but.l. De Palma continued machines... (S.OC-1T/ONS --------- IMAGE N°54 peRMfi~ENT FERR IT£: 4toao MAGNETS. please notice that all o£ these devices share the fOllowing features! (* )They are all tormed by J\lassivepermanent ognets eopper plates.ited" ~gazine.

apparently they do ignore that magnetisM is a superficial effect. to a galvanometer or other e1ec trici ty -!lieasur ing devic e (S). this being experi~entally proved by 1919 (and with a hint of b4!!ingknown by about 1891) (14). tme (* )Not knowing that lRagnet1sa is a !Nperfieial effect the De palma-based machines are excessively bulky and "aste a space that can be used advantageously to place llIore electrical lIlachines'!l parts and thus increase overall efficiency. (*)Their devices do generate excessive heat when the high RPMS friction against niding brushes.. carry ferromanetic charges through ~pace and provide lubrication for the disk-bearing shaft TO better understand my idea.(54) P3ge 22 PI~ POWER GENERATION SYSTEM 14 KW • 12VDC . 5 V + But what De Palma and all thO!le who )2ave folloved ty at some facets. bu.eliJaina. )The ir devices e!lploy Illassive perillanent magnets. in turn. ll . to do this I have included into the De pal. ~ HP' 20.te i friction. . please go to Image Ka58 of page n057: Tner@ I have illustrated a Simple Faraday disk (V) which has electrically connectea to it two sliding brushes connected.t has the . to wit: his pa th have done is faul- (. disaavantadge that the fues o£ overheated mercury are danger-ous when inhaled thus imper-iling the experilllenter' slife. The three above-mentioned thoughts led me to think oE another approach that might eliminate all the hindrances and thus create an improved ho~opolar generator. this led to using mercury as vetter..at the sanae time .a homopolar generator other Ee~ture!l that .000 RPM [NEJGY UNLIMItED NO.

Notice that thi3 m. This new kind of collector is bett~r than the two isolated brush@g but it has . ve are not measuring qualitie3 but quantities). energy-den5ity. being this situation illustrated at Image H059 of page N°57.a (or.as seen at Image N°60 og pafe N°57 .a "Z-Shaped" brush (D) over the shaft and body of disk (v) vhich ends are connected to the usual electrical meter (S). we can do better by placing . but it is greatly inefficient as the COllection of charges tor usage goes.7 roDDCdioo oltop splnl 10 boUom B !Ipiral ( ~~~Dt c rommoo ter~ ror N genftllior cenler connecllon and Input to bottom !piral mqndizUJl "Iodinl nd'" slob em la N gefH!rator dUe 9" Fllure I I liken the device to placing tvo probes within an electrically-charged vortex. where (V) is the vortex having two probes connec t ed to an electrical rueter (5) of the kind you like best.(55) ENERGY UNLIMITED _!~~~_~:~L the new-age science magazine OMEGATRON Electro-mechanical power amplifier NO.ay be good for measuring the difference ot po t en t i. I better said here.

(56 ) . . half of them will be made by an in~ulating base which interior (facing the moving disk) will be lined by a layer of permanently-magnetised material. The other half of the portions Yill be a130 made of an insulating base with a metallic interior lining. My solution to the.e tvo remaining problems is to place around the disk another larger disk-shaped thick cover where I vill divide it into 8 equally-spaced portions. IMAGE N°57 -----------Omegatron " active element Amplifier Output>- 1 Input i /V L Oscillator 1 c rv Output Output S1J1.I transformer Square loop / magnetic core I Figure 2 ENERGY UNUMITED #7 Magnetic Oscillator the disadvantadge of covering a yet-limited portion of the disk and of frictioning against the shaft and the disk's edge. vith the same letters deSignating the same formerly-mentioned elements. one of them 13 seen at Imaqe N°~l of page N°57.

thus collecting more energy than the "Z-~haped" collector of tm. and more efficient. of next page. with an electrical meter (5) connected to the tvo electrodes. .and narrowed toward the disk's sha£t portion. farms a~ not possible. Notice that I have illustrated there only one form of electrode but this does not mean that other. he tended to concentrate the flow into a single spot so that t~concentration could bring the greatest possible pressure at one place and the greatest possible suction at the opposite location so that a non-uniform field would be thus created. the shape of collecting portion (D) which i9 broad-shaped at the disk's edge-portion . shovs us the internal configuration of the collecting portion. Image N063.age N°60 . co nc~trating in this fashion the collected energy into a single spot and achieving a greater efficiency.( 57) (5) IMAGE N°Se (5) (s) IMAGE NQ60 We appreciate better. I have thought of Viktor Schauberger's deSigns (15) when drawing the device of Image N°62. Only exp~imentation may indicate which i~ the best pos!ible existing form for the upper and lover electrodes. at Image No62 of next page.


during 1950. the interested investigators will have to determine experimentally the best grid-related sizes for the apparatus I herein propose and which amount of ~erially/parallelly ~onnected devices propelled by floving air is the optimal one. perhaps an expendable apparatus used to test a powersource. But. AS a further improvement. downright guppressed (together with its originators) or changed by the mass media. the flOffing air can be recirculated within a c tosed system. we see that the gaucer's bottom is 7-sided and this leads us to the 7-poled antenna discovered by some New Zealand students. in my opinion. Another feature that can be made· better is placing several of these dis x-shaped generators together se that the air enters by the first one and leaves by the last. New York. could ~laborate by themselves using a mathematical principle that was revealed at the article on liathematical Manifolds of the JUly 1984 issue of the "Scientific American".(59) IMAGE N"64 Compr@ssed-air Supply The convection of charges will be made by a flowing gas that. to a test related to the then-public (at least more than it is nov) US Antigravity Program.and later reported to Bruce Cathie (2)-(3). The device found by farmer Royal Douglass belongs. Image N°nS. The airflow can be so designed in this improved model of Faraday's Homopolar Generator that it is unnecessary for the shaft to protrude outside of the apparatus and will make it function in the manner of a Tesla turbine-blade. a~s@en at Image N°64 directly above. Considered by many as a "boring" decade. is one such example. alSO at a further writing (17) I elaborated how to use grid-related factors in building a flying saucer also includingverifiable data on the now-secret US Antigravity Program (which must NOT be confused with the Avro disc!). moving all di9ks at the same time and yielding a great~ efficiency. if you prefer to believe that tvo teenagers. then feel free to do so. the '50~ nevertheless brought into public light much information that vas later censored. 19~7/68). ---------------------------------- Part VI: The Carr's Saucer Drive . will maintain the disk floating within this iriction·less fluid and prevent it from touching the electrodes. of next page (taken from the book "Flying Saucers" by UPI and Cow les Educational Corporation. Only experiment will ascertain vhether air or another gas/es is the best flowing medium. at a somewhat secret US military installation located at New Zealand At my first writing on the energy grid (13) I both included Cathie's data and elaborated a little more on the same.

"the disc produced a glow. deflected off the rooftop and returned to Its original position In the wooden platform with a heavy thud...•r.. of Howard Menger's seU-destructlon energy device with flying disc. ""'I" "I!"" APPROXIMATE RE-CREATiON ."t "1''' I.ml.{ in "fi"'d n.ro/"Ilr . spinning Jlght....nnlt' rhir] n/ plant s.nr II"Tuh~.I./i... "a key" capable of discovering some type of free primary energy which emitted "a splning. Menger said he was able to duplicate the original test without movement. !)ir".. /l~ -'rrid th» pranksters t'-" lutd ~nnr I" tb« " 1"".. rest within the shape of an Imaginary pyramid..1>1.. the aluminum plate was surrounded by a bluish.1 tn IfWk Jill" a pirr(" nJ r.- BATTERY CLEARANCE DC FINE / . however he claimed.' n hnn:." As though controlled or directed." A second attempt to reconstruct the model failed to produce the origlnallevltatlve effect. Dilmor .. "waiting to be tapped. Menger suggested "space people knew of this power.50.. o] . errrly on AWilll. __8~' LONG WIRE E~JD .n. 1<1.l« nil! '~·a able 10 grl them to "dmit it.. ripping through a ceiling of aluminum paper.rll ich» lit'rd nenrb+ 11'"'" rrspon .'f~ say» rh» "saurrr" "'n..-n collrrtion toerthrr "J i." permeating all fields around us.'y for r "(.'A~~~" " FINAL CONHECT I ON TO COMPLETE CIRCUIT 24 PLYWOOD [3ASE l' .. Immediately rising from the plywood base. s "r...~tinflhn'M~ in "nt.. 1:." More knowledge from the 'SOs vas released at the March-April 1976 issue of "The Pyramid Guide" (issue N°22) as is seen at Image No66 below: COPPER WIRES FORMING CROSS m~ DISC WITH 1/8" CLEARANCE NEAR DISC EDGE ---------- IMAGE N066 10" DIAMETER ALUM I NUM DISC IBRASS CAP FROM FLASH- ~~--. nt.'r.~t<h"'fffl. /(T"''''''I'' rorlcrt "'n . Once he made the final hookup. 1'. N. ut.' PEN LI GilT SA fTEHY '/0" -l~'.. Articulately described In his 1959 book "From Outer Space': Menger Invited scientists to "detect. bluish light..(Ilia) IMAGE MOoS ------------ Farmer R"ynl DOllglnu shotus I'oiic« Chie] Marcus Dilmore a strang e contraption !mm..." If possible.•il. LIGHT .. At the same time It nearly destroyed the assembly..' II"" "'I!f!.•cnrrhi"l( 11r. when completed." s .."tulit': mnchi nrr r. At a later date. Menger said he spontaneously built the first Instrument which would.

wh@n tran~formed into g-inches . the Menger apparatus needs a lot of elaboration to yield the original results. in short it vas a chapter on hardware and not on intellectual ellaborations on the origins of the flying saucers. And I let the matter rest there until I received the illustration of Image N° 68.1233552632 g-inch . thenprofessor of aerodynamics at th~ Univer. the failure w~s due to the dissemination allover the place of the energy that the rotating elements should have collected and directed upwards to generate the gravitationa~effects associated with non-uniform rip. Quebec. page RO~3. being this an expression of harmonic 234 of which I have already spoken (16) and (18).93~2l0528 V4.928371 g-inches f the difference between the substraction between Cathie'S "A" and "8" fields (1)-(4). in my opinion. In a personal communication I tOld Walter that. Not having read "From outer Space to You· I cannot reconstruct the missing portions of d~ta. Also I told him that the rotating elements should be enclosed into a resonating chamber vithout any possible leaks and the output directed by means of a hollov tubes vhe re it would do the most good.868421056 The 1/8 B-inch clearance 1/8 B-inch = 9.4 g-incnes. from my Canadian pen-pal William Whammond (of Eastman. and of which is taken Image N°67 of next page Notice that this apparatus was inCluded at the chapter "Man-Made Flying Saucers". " AS it wa$ taken from NThe Pyramid Guide".i ty of C"alifornia at Davis. To anybody interested in reconstructing a vorking device I suggest to eliminate the penlight-gized battery and place around the carbon rod until touching the 1fire~ of the inverted pyramid rings connected alternatedly to the pOles of a Wimshurst electro5tatic machine.8~8421056 g-inches 2 = 4.The disc's diameter can be analyzed as folloYs! 10 B-inches 9.twice 3. but those already reconstructed indicate that Menger wa! guided to build a grid-related device for purposes unknown to uS by those who were behind him.Carr'5 saucer that viII be given in the coming illu~trations: My first encounter with the Carr saucer vas at the UPI-Covles book referenced on page N°59.912. Walter Baumgartner published more articles on the Carr saucer (22) and even spent a whole Summer with several coworkers building a prototype of the Carr drive as seen at US Patent N°2. but vhat I can indicate is that the inverted pyramid beneath the Aluminum disk responds dir~ctly to the divi9ion of the meridian into 4 equal portions for Earth becau5e of the Metric Theorems!. the Avro disc and'. next page . al~o the square of harmonic 222 1233552632 x 4 = 4934210528 The 8 B-inches of distance at the wire end. along with the saucer-shaped hellicopter-type of craft created by Paul S. .lds (17). experil1lentil"lg later with it but obtaining no antigravitational results at all. as of this writing).the US Navy'~ "Flying Flapjack~ This chapter did not include anything else but techniCal proposals.Moller. and the 24 B-inches in height are very close to 23. but it will help us to elabor~te the data on Otis T.244 "Amusement Device". yields . being the ring's minor circumference dimensioned by a r~ciprocal and their mutual distance by the grid factor of 1694443:2.as seen at Image H061.9342l052S' ~ 2.221306292 yields: = 0.

What Carr. vas to conv~t the cylindrical motor described in the end of said patent by Brown into a biconic one which had the feature of creating around it a non-uniform field by virtue of its shape combined with its rotation. would serve both for local energy distribution and to create another non-uniform field at the c~ter. in order to understand hoY the heretofore shown model can be modif- . bicone. largersized.(62) This helped to further clear the subject for what I saw there made me understand that it vas a variation of the electrogravitic motors described by the late Tomas Townsend Brown at his British Patent N°300. Notice hoy Carr also placed at the central hub of the rotor another. in my opinion.311 vhich I have fully reproduced before (17). in my opinion had done. T~refore. this.

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ied into a working device (of efficiencly each constituting portion separatedly:


I will proceed to detail


IMAGE N°o9 ----~-------

Image NC69. directly above, shows a cutaway of one cell of the modified Erovn gravity-engine; notice hov each cell is designed to fit around an axis that is free to rotate and how electricity is made to flow through it by ~eans of two widely-separated rings, one topmost and another at the bottom.

IMAGE N°70 ------------


Image N°70, former page, show! us how the different cells are assembled - in my opinion - into a type of device called "Utron" by Carr (22): each Utron is connected by to shaft~ with an electrically conducting ring. being thi~ better appreciated at Image N°7l. belOW:


IMAGE N°71 ------------

In my opinion the Utron rotates upon its axi~ by being connected through an . insulated conductor with a metallic ring at left and another at right, so that a current-flov may be thu! established. Apart From conducting electrical current, these metallic rings will turn apon the vertical-horizontal axis as seen at Image N°72, below:







IMAGE N°72 -----------

Please refer to Image N°72: The UtronS (U) will basculate as indicated by arrows (F) as they spin upon th eir axis. being the basculation directly proportional to to the speed of rotation; the sets of Utrons and Turning Rings viII be placed embedded into the main rotor - a! seen at Image N°68 of page N°~3 and will contribute to its rotation(mor@ on this. later). The arrOW5 going from bottom to top of the Utron! (u) at the illu!tration directly above indicate the e~rgy-£lov as the units spin upon their axis; r obtained a clue to this working when seeing the behaviour of an 'pinning qvro9cope between the tvo poles of a permanent magnet (page 112 of -(12)-). AS the gyroscope turned on its long axis. it balanced rightwards and l~ftvards as it approached each of the pole3. At Image N°72~ the Utran's (u) energies vill also interact vith the environm~t this being indicated by the double-arrows in

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the same plane of the insulated conductor. Let us see Image N°73, below, to better understand

the differences:

IMAGE N°73 ------------

At the illU5tra~ion directly above, we have a top,viev of Image N°~8 at page No63 (please rela~e to both drawings); we see how the elements called Utrons are generators possessing commutators for making them spin upon their-axes directed towards the central cone. in turn the c@ntral cone directs the collected energies upwards thus creating lift, but no rotation for the roto~ My proposal. is viewed at Im.ageN°74,__EelOv:


31] (17).also powered.l!.viII di~ect the enl!!rqiesupwards for a levitat- tonai effl"'ct o T. 11. for it i9 no mo re than a largl!!-~izedUtron .. 1. placed in thi~ manner th~y viII make the rotor spin and the central cone . I propose otherwise as Indicated at Ima~e N°7~ below: ~ENTRAL ~.Imagl!! N°74. O:.1IT I'lVlCE 2.~~ No" 10.OU.iJ'J!D.GE N°75 ------------ At his patent. 1959 'll. former page. in a manner 3imilar to the gravitorg locatl!!daround a whl!!el at Townsend Brown'S British Patent 300. see Image N°75 above. ghOW!l the Utrons vi th t hl!!ir axes directed 90° from the central cone. Carr plac~d the Single ~in rotor illustrated occupying the whole central llov~r portion of the craft.JI. l§HAFT nlAGE N"7'5 .~ Jill.2H <II IMA.eI !.

S not C1 from my analysi5 of the Carr saucer whether he ~mployed gaseous convection'of charges or not. . Lininq in which tubes are as Hollow Center 1I'i th poles filled vith gloving magnetism vhen stator is in operation. The !aucer vhich schematics included Lucchesi at his vork u!ed qaseous convection by a pressurized mixture of non-disclosed composition which constituting gases were modulated by two superimposed waves: (a)A sinusoidal one of 60 cycles per second and (b)Another s. Mokelumne Hill. Q ~ar I I I [ ..I y . California 95245.------ 1 I I I I I . Itp.ment viII shov which i! the ~st) and place three lateral containers (A-l)-(A-3) around a ce'1tral one (A-C): th i s is an adaptation of the structure I s.------" I IMAGE: N °77 ---------- e \.ggested my conversion to publicly-aat vailabl~technology of the flying saucer describ@d by Gecrqe Adamski (17).(158) I place one copy of each rotor vithin a suitable container (the flat-CYlind~r !hape is merely indicative. vith nothing rut the tori seen at the model of UFO included at "Flying Saucers from lhabarakh Xhoom" by Dominic Lucchesi (puhlished by Health Research. circuit and "earthinq" explained in text.- ..appaz-en t.-t o I \ (A): Steel Outer Casing. PO BOx 70.5 cycles per geoond~ thus combining the Schumann Resonance with the usual cyelage for electrical current at the USA.!-. Only carefully-conducted experiments viII tell us the truth. USA) vhich vere connected first vith the three lateral field-geterators and by means of these with the central one.---. page N 63. only expen. neither is it cleared the role played by the so-called "Equatorial Field Correlator" and if it yorks a~ I think it does. (c)~ (B)=Sp!cial Ceramic embedded..7. (D}Tubes. I have not been able to relate th! "Equatorial Field Correlator" of Image MQ 68.i nuso tdat wave of .

The coils were of copper tUbing packed vi th a "permanent electret material of unknown composition. London. year 1972 page 1. directly above:"From a book of 1930. the device "is described as a IO-inch steel sphere vith quarter inch copper tUbing coils. At page N°3l of this present work I give bibliographical sources on hOY to make an electret. de~igned a device "to test his theory of ether-compre!!ion and implosion. L. Basically.it cJsisted "Or a pair of coils wound onto a hollow ceramic former shaped spherically and "contained in an iron sphere. Reed's bibliographical references were: (*)"The Phy~ics of the Primary State of Matter" by·C navson . former page. "These are filled with a material not named specifically. _!~!~_~~~~EE~!!~~~!_£~~~~2~!~~~_!~~!~~_ "AlSO in the '30s and '405 an Au~trian. so named after the force he "claimed accompanied ether compression. nor hoy conventional field5 of electricity and magnetism ac"ted to prOduce the effect" (END). also made from copper tube and packed "with the electret. 1955 and (* )Article in the NSRC JOurnal (National Space Research Consortium of John s~arl) by p. . but ~hich is said "to have hardened under the influence of direct current and a magnetic field.. To convert the dynomagnetic energy to "mechanical energy a rotor was used. This con~tituted vhat "Schappeller called the "Dynomagnetic Generator". issue N°l7.Barrett. Bigelow (5) tells more on the same subject: Please r~fer to Image N°78. for those interested in experimenting. please refer to Image N°?7. It is not known whether Schappell~r ever SuCCe!Fully tes"ted hi! device. Elsevier.(69) The first datum on the Schappeller Sphere come! from th@ articl@ by Don Reed on free-energy devices and alternative pover90urces at i!5U~ N°15 of "Energy Unlimited" magazine. volume 4. . vhen reading what he says: . tarl Schappeller.

beinq Antenna "Vent" IMAGE N°79 ------------ :' Sphere -=.868421056 g-inches = 4. I will have to analyze from this meager data: {a)Diameter of Sphere: 10 a-inches 9. The tran9ier of electrons upvard. "The same material i3 in!ide the rotor. and "the magnetic field of the sphere combine to turn the rotor.Ground .8~B42105~ = :2 9.25 B-inch = 0.221308292 = (b)Diameter harmonic 222 in diameter of copper tubing: 0. and as a diode. I will make a different proposal of an altogether different device.934210528 11'4.221308292 i~ ct os e to [1008: 2] cubic to 144 x 7. the remnant being his opinion on how the device vorxs: I do respect his opinion but I would have preferred some more data on hoy Schappeller'g device worked!. 144 is the grid-related lightspeed factor and 7 is the energy factor (13). A~ I have not enough data to improve the Schappeller Sphere itself. it might be guessed to act like a dielectric in an "electrolytic capacitor. but the rotor could be at t "ached to a generator" (from page 1I-9 of -(5}-).934210528' "" 2.(70) "With such polarization.2467105264 = g-inch again 24~7105264 x 2 The volUme of this sphere 4934210528 harmonic 222 1008 equal 14.934210528' 2. No direct conver"sion of this energy to electricity is' described. bil!low: g-inches. beginning vith Image N°79. As I could not read Reed's references or find more ample information on the "book on Schappelh!r . The above is all the factual data you can extract from Bigelow (5).from the '19305" Bigelow mentions.

The inside of the· sphere i5 5hown at Image N°8a.(71) At Imag~ N°79. are t~o cylindrical hole! called "Vents". . Also. Cable! ~oming. at the equator of the sphere and at opposite positions. at opposite positions.a! th~ Hooperengine of Part III in thi5 york .m1spAeres. beloy: TO ANTENNA We have at the illUstration above. an array of metallic pipes p@netrating the valls of the ceramic sphere and ending '1. Yired-~.with an ~l~vated antenna and the ground. nested b~tveen the pipes are tori containing (as viII be seen later) electret material and permanent magnets in combination. former page. respectively. from the upper and bottom hemispheres of th~ spher~ lead to the two terminalS of an electrical load. and finally exist tvo holes (V-l)-(V-2) acting as "vents" for any possible energy-e~cesg that may happ~n. we have a ceramic sphere connected .

above.88 g-inches: twice light!peed factor 144.8l69402~ g-inche9.'901644574 g-inch. Thickne9~ of Spher@'s Wall (T): will be of 0. .908470131 i i . 864 144 x 6. being 48 the lightspeed factor divided by 3. Diameter of wire-hemispheres (W): viII be of 6.875304794 g-inches. the solar number. And I want to digress briefly here. as it is the reciprocal of harmonic 1694443 this size will act as "insulation" or shielding against the energy-concentration. the value for energy concentrated as a spherical volume. Here is another mechanism. reference to Image N°Sl. volume at (b) reSults from the multiplication of 144 x 6 and at (c) from 144 x 48. a submUltiple of the Earth'S diameter expressed in minutes of arc (1)-(4). vhich surely will be extensive to oth@r grid-related factors. A factor to be ascertained through experiment is the separating-gap's distance between the tvo hemispheres. At the same time the diameter of the sphere at (a) is almost the reciprocal of harmonic 1694443.63388052 Volume at (a) results from multiplying 36 x 3. yielding a volume of 864 cubic g-inches. making Diameter of sphere (E2: will be of 11. 50 that the enclosed spherical volume viII resonate with the planetary mass.-- (72) (~h) IMAGE N°el (V-2) We viII analyz~ now the dimensions of the sphere and its constituents. look at the volumes yield~d by spheres vhich diameters are grid-reciprocals: = DIAMETER a) b) c) VOLUME 108 g-inChes3 864 g-inches3 6912 g-inches3 5. 81694026 g-inches g-inches g-inches 23. Diameter of vents (V-l)-(V-2):vill be of 0.9167324722 g-inch so that it viII yield a circumference of 2. the Solar number (13).

A factor to be ascertained through experiment i~ the distance separating the ground and antenna spheres (e) I suggest to build .Metallic pipes (p): vill course through the ceramic thickness (T) and its length viII be ascertained through experiment: they yill be cylindrical and have a diameter of Of'908'3~459 g-inch so that their circumference viII be harmonic 371244169 divided by tyo.32 cubic g-inches .by means of a radius of 1. its length vill be of 2.59 g-inch for reasons already seen.IJ T 0 S~N Permanent Magnets ( Oriented) (as shown) IN VIEW FROM ABOVE 6 N p p R U E S R ~ 5 S S I S N ~ 1I1"GE N 8 2 -----------& N~S .010334181 g-inch. rori (t~: their major diameter is a factor to ascertain through experim~nt.if it is possible.592 g-inches (inCluding a little sphere (e) at one end) and it! cylindrical diameter of 0.5908534459 g-inch for the same reason outlined above. A factor to ascertain is th~ thickness of its internal ya11~ because within they'must conduct an insulated conductingcable and outside its metal mu!t be strong enough to support the yeight of the tori (t). say. Insulation (t): has a length equal to the sphere'S cylindrical diameter of tvice that of Shaft (Sh). This is to make any energy falling upon the tori to go into a circular cirCuit and thus induce a greater d!nsity upon the wire-hemispheres. Please notice that this is done because the central wire-hemispheres (W) have a certain diameter.if you so choose to act .I suggest you to dimension the minor diameter so that the tori'S minor circumlerence viII still yield a reciprocal. both where the antenna and ground connections are. disseminated as seen at Image N°SO of page N°71. separate factors: C .59085344. We viII nov deal with three different. Shaft (Sh): At. a metallic shaft (Sh) viII be placed. The sphere'S <e) volume viII be of 4. of course . (a)Composition of Torus: -----------------------vall-thickness (T) and a but important. if this factor is changed. their minor diameter I suggest it to be of 0.shafts (Sh) hOlloy and their wall'S thickness dimensioned according to harmonic 31622776. to accomodate more tori nested by diminishing minor diameter obviouSly the dimensioning viII be changed: on this in!tance .

The black dots ghow the eight-fold diviSion employed and have no ether purpose: the cen t ra. these magnets will be made hollow . i~l~!!~~[~~~~£_~:!~~~!S_!!£:~~ ~bodiment for the omnitriangulated-qrid constibltinq ~~ch of the two wire-hen isphp. d ir~ctl y above. only experiment viII show if t h i s is best).and ballasted so as to float in the midst of the torus w~n the electret-type material is fused before electrical current is applied for polarization. in turn. agnifier Transmittl!!r (l~): all do t s illu~trated M above indicate the place of the vjre-hemisphere where a metallic pi~ terminates.r@s i~th~ on~ shown at Image N° 83. is to be conduct~d outvard5 by the m~tallic pipes. and which is taken from the Tl!!sla. As the electret-type material hardens under electrical current the magnets will become stabili%ed in their central positions to remain there fixed afterwards. former page.3eparated between themselves and will have to rest.their wall's thickness dimensioned preFerably by a reciprocal . against the ceramic !lphere. The electret material and the ferromagnetic material '3 fields will overlap to produce an •energy concent r-anron upon the "ire-hemispheres which.(74 ) Image N082. As th~ w~ight of th~ tori may be too heavy and thus liable to break the metallic pipes at any time. in5Ulated ceramic support! vill have to be placed holding the tori.ldot and the eight im:mediatly-surround inq it are to be el iminated to place the shafts connecting to ground and antenna and their insulation My preferred . finally. The composition of these ceramic supports and that of the 3ph~r~'vill he treated s~paratedly later at point (c). The permanent magnets viII have a cir~mference half that of the copper torus and this viII be made to prevent the collected energy from penetratinq with~n them. shows us a view of each tori within the ceramic sphere. inside each torus will be placed permanent magnets as indicated (though I used an amount of them related to the Metric Theorems.

Her ceramic is composed by: (*)47% of British fine Yhite Clay U5ed in pottery making. after Yhich they are finished. the ceramic obtained is harder than steel.:. Frances Poe first grounds all material! to fine dust. illustrates in flat a spatial di!position that is to be made upon a spherical surface. that she weighted at that time ahout 50 Iilos or 132 pounds) and the little sculpture had no problem at all!.selves! (I could find no other reference to this woman's work_ try locating another one on your own). There~ it is aft article dealing vith the yorks by us sculptress Frances Poe. this making the £ irst stage of the preparation. Jose:ph'g N"ewman energy machine and the free-energy device of the Switzerland-baSed Methernita group. former page. see either the July or:August 1955 issue in English for a full translation of the rna terial I am about to condense). from the photos. undergoing the usual.and under the spotlight of public attention at developed countries (Nor A SINGLE 'WORD ABOlIT HIM at Argentina!.places the painted sculptures within the oven at l2~O·C from 7 to 9 hours. . if YOUYCllt to learn it i£lS~!~'!!!~. she first applies the colors and aftervards -when are dry . Q " Obvio~ly a very good ceramic is needed to build the sphere and the insulated supports of the tori: I obtained a good composition from the October 1955 issue of"MecAnica Popular" (Spanish Translation of "Popular Mechanics" maqazine. obvi. "hen 9truck~ resonated like a bell and vas also un-attacked by many powerful acids (composit ion unknovn ) . Apart from th is. "hieh sculptures of animals are a miniature "onder all by the. author Elliott H McCleary 5tates he saw Frances Poe standing upon a 6 B-inche5-high moose with her full weight (I calculate.(75) Of course. verify also the degree of contraction under~on@ by the mixture after it is cooked (either once or tvice) so as to dimension the sphere properly. If there is a man who has become "controversial" . (*)25% of flint. you have found a yay to introduc e all el ement s by ~ an! of the hole !I!}. of course. One adVice. I will not examine his devices from his v t evpo tnt . if you all~ me: Eliminate all air bubbles from the. deformation vh en this happens. can you believe it?) that is j es eph Nevrnan and his over-unity-output devices. To pain~the sculptures.ousLy for th~ int~rested experimenters only experience viII indicate what is better. Obviously. vets t~m yith vater and mixes them thoroughly. (*)25% of feldspar and (*)3% of clay boulder. Author MCCleary comments that thi! process gives the sculpture a great hardness: but he does not indicate yhether it is jus t the first cookinq what does this or the combination of both cookfne s .ceramiC as it i3 drying· after you have modeled it to the necessary shape and made the neededholes for the metallic:: pipes. Part VIII: Ockam's Razor and Free-Energy Device5 -------------------------------------------------Tvo subje c ts vill be dealt with in this Part..! shape to dry for some hours: when dry the SCUlpture is placed (unpainted) within a ceramic oven at 9800C for four -rou rs . Latt!t"she proceeds to shape them and alloys thll.to put it mildly . author McCleary indicates that the ceramic. the ceramic sphere must be model~d and baked divided in tvo hemisph!res so th at all other consti~ents of this freeenergy device may be assembled later inside of it (unless. the arrangement of Imag~ N 83.

5789475 2565789475squared x4 x2 s = g-Eeet. for a to. ill do here is to indicate my Personal vi~paint of why and hoy his devicl!s work: Motor FieldCoil Induction Field-Coil Motor Field-Coi Lat@ral Field-Coil Permanent Magnet Rotor D Battery Source Image Noa"". (c)Lower coil of aluminum. stranded vire: about f0U7 tal length of '1' running f@i!t approximatedly.ng lengths of vire: (a)Coil of ferrous (steel). about 22. 50 feet I rill analyze.(71'i) his viewpoint and theori@5 on how his devices worx you should order a copy of his book "The Energy Machine of Joseph NEwman" from him at hi! address of Route 1.ne time.. Mississipi 39452: send a self-addressed self-stamped envelope for him to mail you an a~wer. stranded wire. tva harmonics!. trom the elergy grid" each length separatedly: = 14. turns. 24 gauge.800263158 (b)260 B-feet ~58327563 658327563 Apparently : 4 ~ 3. stranded wire. . the armature is usually made of many turns of very fine metallic vire (soml!!timesnot copper wire but an alloy of different elements). for a totat length of '260 running feet.694443' (Cathie's this length of vire touches. with the follov. Donald A Ielly publishes (pagl!! of -(12)-) an analysis of a Hewman-type de45 vice hI!! built to test Newman's idl!!~. What I .i. Box 52. total length of 116 running feet. (d)Replacement (a) 15 B-£eet of coil (a) of tinned copper solid conductor. tWl!!nty-two."" . viewpoint. is take'l from [elly's worle (12) and is a reproduction of Newman's granted patent at South Africa. (b)Central coil of copper. fifty.turns. at the s.80263158 g-feet of harmonic 371244169. Lucedale.700657895 submultiple 658327563 to harmonic to very close to a decimal = 256. about 50. turns. directly above . cloSI!!to the square root of 648 or 2693645 (cathie's value) value) close close "1. His motor uses a permanent magnet as rotor. 14. .

2222 again we have here harmonic 222!. = 22. why just "not hook the motor up to it~elf and get it going with a Simple kid:: Hart? "A transformer-rectifier system COuld convert the AC output to DC with a vOl"tage and amperage equal to a Battery's. Pat S p@llman.221308292 = 49.4736842 .fields ect upon the batteries~"N~an So. "According to (Roger) Hastings (Manager of the super ccnduc tive ElectroniC9 (TechnolOgy Ce1. (d)50 B-feet ". This nev addition makes the Newman motor york very much like the old Ieely machines Yhich were described by contemporaries as "breathing bodies" when at has ar so a "rejuvena ting" or "rech"rqi na" ~ffmachines are said to exhibit ~ hiqh-frequency Malternating-curr~nt spike that's enhanced by the gudd~n COllapge of the maq"netic field in the coil a3 the battery svitch is opened. .ga~le5 per grid-second 17. we see that in Newman's energy machine the rotor composed by a permenent magnet . close to the reciprocal of lightspeed upon the planetary surface. that'S been tried a fe" t irne .4736842 3473~842 x 2 % 69473684.(77 ) (c)llG B-feet : 114. at frequencies "ranging from 10 to 20 Megacycles per 3ec:ond" (from.is in the midst of sevt!ral convf!rging and grid-~lated difft!rent enerqy field9!. I'd rather not get into it" (from page 60 of -(9)-). page S5 of-(9)-). Beyond that.77777 : 8 Being har~onic 222 the Phi-harmonic Or harmonic 137. actually could be made to yorle:together. who discovered that fields of dilferent configuration con sidered as separate in common Physics textbooks. we have here that the "AC current spike" is actually related to atomic structure itself and thu~ contributes to integrating formerly-destroyed materials in the chemiCal reactions happening within batt@ries. The above-length of wire is half harmonic 222 (13) to which is added a gmal~ length related to lightspeed's reciprccal!. Ray-o-Vac' s director of product development confirm~:" I have se"en enough to be convinced that some unique stufE is going on dovn here in Lu"cedale. york! • All this combination Or .whiCh relationship in frequency I have indicated before (14) .4. Some Newman commutators a130 interrupt the current flow s@"veral times per revolution. Neyman alSO adds another feature:"Like any old standard DC mot"or. giving a pulsing effect" (fro". the NeYntan motor has a commutator that reverses the cun-ent flow every "half-revolution.4736842 114. The ener~v of the MAC current spike in the coil supposedly exceeds the direct current floy from "the battery This radio-frequency energy appears in bursts. page S5 of -(9)-). the Fine Structure Constant (13). And David Noland asks:"But why are the batteries necessary at all? If a Nevm~ "motor really does create more electric paver than it needs to run.34210528 g-feet again we have here harmonic 222. Let us see how this converts to grid-related factors: 20 Mes = 17. To the above.934210528' = 2.III g-feet = 3. precisely"hy is a mistery. But s "the resistors keep blowing out.terfor Uni!t~ in St Paul).77777 M. This t s a further exp!rlmental confirmation of the experien:es made by the late Dr Hooper (8). he says" (from page 55 of -(9)). It's not at all Clear to us hoy the batteries get rejuvenated when "they run a Newman motor.

The battery could paver the vacuum-tube array and .either related to harmonic 129~ or hannonic 316227766 (13). as seen at Image No85 above. !!hews us the tmp roven en t s made by Mr wanlass. BE VER Y CAREFUL ON THIS INSTmCI':!!!.ry core of creation and one carelessness i9 already excessive: so.be placed at a resonant distance from the Newman machine which input would b~ th& output of th~'vacuum tu~e~!. I want to digress briefly here on this subject: No doubt many who are on the "crystal mania" will read this writing and think of convertin~ the modified Schappeler Sphere and the N@V{TI1annergy machine for grovinq crys tals vi thin e them by using also frequencies related to the energy grid and thus grow qridattuned crystals as are said to have existed at Atlantis. etc): inCluding those which can be used to influen ce the grovth of a crystal in supersaturated Solution. if you aren't you may die SlOWly of radiation-sickness which is an even-verse fate!. BE CAREFUL!! l. though only embodied in a motor in this example.nd s • YO'i can Is it possible to improve the Nevman Energy Machine?. re t ays . all of th@M in relationship to the~grid) at diff@rent mutual distance! !o as to produce variegated ether flav~ or to build p5ychotronic devices of different My I do all of this. ansver to this question: I think I have a "Yes" (a)One improvement would b@ to power it by mean~ of a vaccurn-tuhe array . I must apolo~lze to the readership but the scarcity of data has prevented me to fully analyze it.(78) Grid-Related Resonant Distance view of this effect ~ that.in my opinion . Obviously. I say again. vhich can be resumed as fol10vs: If you are lucky you viII blow yourself and your nt'~arby environment in a flash. but remember tha t you are faCing terribll! dangers reSUlting from the sudden and un-controlled release of atomic enerqy. qridrelated ~istance between the battery (8) and the corresponding Newman machine (N): this distance is . (h)Another improvement would be to adapt the motor invent~d by Chris ~anlrtS~. induction motor con~igting of three (or mul tiples of thre~) wind ing s in a rotor.at th~ same time . you are touch ing the vP. Thi s kind of device has several problems vn i cn are vell-kno1Jl'l and need not to be de t ailed thl!'"re. You may also vant to place these different cr~tals (resonating at different frequencies. three-phased. which workings can be und~r~tood by looring at the illustr3tion~ of n~xt F~ge: Imag~ N°8~ shovs US the common. the prinCiples found by Joseph·Newman can al!o be incorporated into many other kinds of devices (transformers. k i. as Dr Ni~ola Tesla is reputed to have done (see Appendix II). and Q . also next page. thf!!'t! ig a. Image N 87.

produce tvo different magnetic fields that comple"ment each other. "The addition of the capacitor in each of the spcond-coil windinqs rrovides a "current-storage factor for higher s t ar t Inq torque plus producing th~ d i ffeor"ence in the magne tic fields between the tvo field coils set'. thereby causing "less electricity to be required from the original source. In the Wanlass motor "deSign the volume of the iron-laminations and vindings closely match the re"quired pulling torque on the motor.. with no unnecessary iron-volume being "magnetised. The tranc.fer of "electrical flov from the first windings to th@ second set smooths out the e"nergy £lov v i. "(b)By adding a second s@t of coils adjacent to each of the normal field coilS "this new type of motor avoids back-EMF (per Lenz's law)."OR B IMAGE N° 86 ------------ Donald A t@lly so analyz@s th@m:MThe energy-gaving electric motor d@velo~d "by Chris Wanlass improves the operating economy of motors in several ways: "(a)Conventional electric motors lose efficiency by being unable to regulate "the volume of iron-laminations which b@com@ magnetised.(79) Fhase A phase A (VI-A) Phase C STANDARD INDOCTION MOTOR ==~=====:=:=====~========~ -------- Philse C --------::::::::=:::::=====~~~===== WANLASS MOl. as rr . The addition of the"sesecond coils allO'll's normal current the flow to be unrestricted by the back "EMF and thus improve efficiency. "The back-EMF is shunted into the second coils as ¢Urr~nt.. in con"junction vith a capacitor. "In the Wanlas!l motor the amount of copper wire in the second coil v ind Ine s Ls "much different than in the fir~t coil windings. i ou s t v v . Both sets of winding~. rather than the usual conflict between the input current "and the back -EMF.t h i n the motor to generally increase efficiency and pr-oduc e 10"wer heat losses.

For noen er delte i dag dertor et drama med forfulgle oppflnnere 09 edelaqte laboratorler. Men teorien er Ikke I orden..fine 34 rl~t"'lia"i . teknoloqlkapptepet mellom est og vest. hov lor energi. frykten for jordskjelv i Vestens ekonomler og noens overbevlsnlng om at menneskeheten ikke er moden for en slik teknologl. er gralls <1 tappe..(81) ENERGI FOR EN BEDRE JORD? 100 mennesker er selvforsynt med elektrlsilet fra «scalar technology-.'ngrg av forhrenlli"g~rro~"'~s"r Forts. Andersen) a Lesnlnqen «Tyngdekraft-energ i» kan avlese olje. overall hvor del er be- vapen. Dramaet har trader til romNylenkning springer gjerne ut av Ideer om at ling borde vmre annerledss. bfllig elektrlsk energi i store mengder. . Oppfinnere har gJort jobben. kull 09 atomkraft? Tekst: Lars Erik Mellqvist pa -drlvhus-probtemet»: En oHentlig hemmelighet? Forurensningstrl. En dram er en Iorurensningslrl og uull0mmelig energik!ldesommedsmilellheter. "rtf!' . Det n0dvendfge utSlyr ber vmre blllig 09 file ressurskrevende. (Folo: Per H. men mener ~t menneskehelens holdnlnger ef silk at tlden Ikke er moden for Ie utenlorslaende hi vite hvordan Inmetnlngen fungerer. sterke olJeselskapers okonomiske Interesse. r lIere ~r har maskinen leverl :3 kilowatt. Menneskene I Melhernlla·gruppen I Slieits kjenner teknikken. Energikil· den ma gime oss IHlvl.

( 92) at page N°Sl of this vriting. The people of the Metherni ta-group in SlI'itz"erland knOW' the pr-ccass . he thought it might be a great hoax or just delusions. he said he changed his mind".. Dag alSO translated for us the lettering beneath th~ photography reproduced ff Output (AC) (Me .. but gives no indication of how the Methernita-device works. The article men tion! Joseph NeYman. accordi~g to him it says:"lOO people are self"sufficient with ~lectricity from "scalar technology". Viktor Schauberger. Shinichi Seike. In several years the "machine hag produced 3 kilowatt. IMAGE N°BB -----. Nikola Tesla. Thomas Bearden and others in the free-energy field. b\lt feel tha t the attitudes of humani ty are su:::h "that the time is not ready for letting others know hoy the machine Yorks".---- "he could find. Albert Eins tein.

Part of the energy collected by the grid-chargers (GG) goes into the large-sized condenser! (LC) which are filled vith tightly-packed pO'fldP. which motivated the fOllowing question: Jorge: "Gerry. former page. accordinq to Gerry. to the output. At the output section. No past or present pul· ging at all". yhere it is illustrated "dis-assembled" the free-energy device: It is composed by tvo metallic disk. The ~ollected charges are led. it became clear that it and as it vas a too complex I asked my friend Gerry to join into the work. i non-lett~red. this is there instead of the vjre-grids indicated by lelly (12). one disk (CP-F) is at the front. Gerry:"The builders vant to believe so.!orge:"Gerry. device to attempt using my personal psychometry at page N°Sl. so that no back-EI-1F' creeps into the machine and generates an overload.xelly briefly after a careful on. Between them are placed two disks (ee) vhich are composed by an insulating base vhich ha~ mounted upon a ftvavy" massive m~tallic cover.(83) Donald A. divided into 50 sections each and each section' possessing permanent magnets of reduced size. Whenever a certain point mU5t be cleared independently it vill appear in a dialogue vi thin this text vi th Gerry and myself as the ones doing the tal king. The ferromagnetism gen~raten by m~gn~tg (M-I) and (M-2) creates eddy cur r ent s upon the pair of nL-shaped" strips and . but I do not register any pu t s i n q action in my psychometric analysis of the device. but they must vave throuqh some spa tial stages . there i3 a "sandwiched" magnet (8M) vhich th~ ~Jilderg vant to make act as a "diode". and the other (CP-B) at the back. Part of the charges collected by the (LC) capacitors goes to power the grouped-magnets (M-l) and {M-2). and fulfills the mission of cOlecting Charges accumulated in excess at the disks (CP-F)-(CP-B) w~ich flash-over.!'i7. Othervi!!! the analysis Yill b@ made in common text. (oc) at the illustration.ore th an vha t Iell'y shoved.involving capacitance Yi~h the intervening medium . charge distrirnltors. so to say. these energies are. Please refer to Image N°SS. ma mat er i at s and have at their midst a cylindrical qridded-enclosl1re. There is absolutely no friction between the parts involved. both turning in opposite directions. do these charges upon the "vavy" disks reach the output ly?" direct- Gerry: "The builders seem to bel ieve 50. There is also vha t ve call "Out put Coil". the remnant is "bled" bv the aridded-enclosure into t~ central point of the bend at an "L-shap~d" ~etall"ic band rer-m na t i no in ot her . The ferromagnetic energies possessed by the tiny magnets embedded upon the SO sectors of each disk a~ "vibrated".before they do so". in turn collected by induction through "charge-grids" (CG) located at the ends of the horizontally-mounted braCing!. ~nalyz@d the device of the Metnernita-group (12) but evalua tion of vhat hi'! indi~ates 1 do disagree vi th his opinireproduced vas involved much m. at ea~h step of analysis ve made it became more and more clear that indis~riminately attributiftg inborn common sense to all people of German ancestry is a terrible mistake!. Borderlanders!" . doe! the output Coil (oc) pulses because of the complex-energy input from the machine as a whole?". as usual. see (11)-(111).ed cne t ic-. I After seeing the photograph p Gerry: "Hi. by a permanent magne~ (BM) located at the base of the disks. all charges fly through space for transmission-purposes.

. respectively. to the beginning and the end Qf the lowermost coil.(84 ) thus contrirnltes with another kind of energy to the compl~x combination produced by th~ device as a whole. but what I perceive is that the ethers 3urround the block! by the outside and are dissipated into space".. TVo charge distributors (CD) Collect more energy from th~ rotation of the frontal disk (CP-p). it is ~urro~nded by rectifytng diod~s arranged in the manner seen above so as to produce -for the bu i t der-s. Between each pair of magnets at every individual group there are mounted plastic blocx3 . ! Central Cable The cable of th~ self-transformer's upper coil penetr~tes. aft~r makinq tvo 900 turns. This condenser is adjustable by m~ans of a servomechanism pl~ced within. When the den~ity of charge reaches the necesgary level.has within an oil-fill~d cond@nser connected. according to Gerry . ithin a box (AC) which lever-half is filled with magnetic-materials a3 the tvo large condensers (LC) Its upper half is composed as seen at Image H089. The cable uniting the charge dj_gtrirutors (CD) passes .a "square vave" current.which mptivated this question: ]orge:"What are the plastic blocks for? Have they any special purpose?". and lead it into tyO medium-sized condensers (MC) which are connected. the rings conduct electricity enough to produce a discharge of the tvo condensers (MC) and thus bring about another pulsing action. . Gerry:"The builders seem to believe they can make the blockg pulse through '(ferro)magnetic eapacitance'.appreciated easily as shiny at the photograph of page N°B1 .. into the box (AC) and before endinq at a d Ischa rce electrode and contributing tu the final output. to be analyzed later. The upper coil of the self-transformer (AT) end! into a sinql@ thick-wire penetrating at the upper half of box (AC).at the lower portion . below: ~---i. alternatedly to rings around the uppermost coil of the selftransformer (AT). The energy passing through magnets (M-I) and (M-2) activates also a self-tran~ sformer (AT) which .

and grounded afterwards. as seen at Image N°91 of next page wh~r@ I have dashed one sector for appreCiating better its size relative to the disk's (b)The original grid-lattice placed. we aqr~e on that the rings placed at the uppermost coil of the self-transformer should be ~placed by another ooil shuntedin the manner of the usual Tesla coil. AS the reason behind including a ~rsonal analysis of Joseph Newman's Energy . S"it z er-Land is too small! ". I find nothing but what i9 before.as seen at Imag~ N°9? of next page . motivated the folloving question and its answer: Jorge:ftThere is plenty of equipment in the foreground. the Methernita-group lost sight of the original 5implicity and made several changes: (a)The copper-formed sectors of the Wimshurst machine were replaced by permanent magnets. -Principle 01 1"«Pkr·JI"Us However. The combined actions of all elements so far analyzed brings arout the final outpu t of the machine which l! of 300 volt ~ at 10 Amperes. AlSO. can you d~tect anything behind the turning disks or within the board upon which the device is mounted.(85) Both Gerry and I think that this action accomplished is done so very inefficiently. between the tvo disks of the Wimshurst machine was replaced . If they had placed any equipment behind they would have been forced to invade a neighbourinq country. One of the most curious things about the vhole Methernita-group free-energy device. yielding 1 J::W cons-' tafttly. and that several la~s of diodes arranged a~ seen concentrically are only capable of achieving th~ maximum effect. Gerry: "No. as seen at Image N°90 below: I -The Toxl'ltl·1l01tJ electric mochi"".?".by tvo charge-collecting plates which constitution is appreciated at the bottom of said Image. the origin of this device is in the old electrostatic machines of the past century.

what mad~ m~ analyze. As I had no personal opinion formed on the reagon/s why this device should be a working one. As Bruce De Palma. H . I gave an abridged account of this personal theory in my writing on Dr Moray'S Radiant Energy Detector (14): and I want noy to use this propO~al in explaining the reason behind the free-energy device built using un-altered chemical substances.(86) IMAGE N°92 ---------- was to bring more and be~ter 1novledg~ to ~he r~ader9hip. I refrained until! could accumulate more knOWledge: once this vas done I wrote the article on the OvshiASky Effect and chemical combinations fully reproduced as Appendix III of this work (plea~@ read it and later continue reading). it 15 alvays a danger for the ignorant t • I could not end this writing Yithout including a personal and wild speculation· It all began when I read the editions of "The Journal of Borderland Research inCluded at Appendix I of this work (please read them before continuing with the text). these people seem not to know that ferromagnetism is a superficial effect and thus that only a thin superficial film of ferromagnetic mat~ria15 is needed instead of massive amounts!. Be very ~aref'ul vith reduced knovledge. the Methernita fr~e-energy machine is the amount of wrong conceptions involved. in a debunking fashion as you must have notic~d.

throof the Unified Equations. No'll. indicating =========== ( a) ( b) amount of UPAs. S (d)Origin is close to (222)2 x 2: I involying harmonic 22. if you do thi~. to sp. as close a~ possible the grid-numbers then I theorize the following: (a)Origin is (288)2 x 2 . remember that you are on your awn and should better . being 6. at the pres@nt and the future. but I take no reponsabili ty on whatever may ha ppen toyou. (4): CONCLUSION Many great pr~mises are contained in this writing in terms of free-energy devices. of each subs tance i"! qiv~n belo. being 288 twice lightspe. Whichever be. in my opinion. Does the device describ~d at App~dix I work?. t and many did becauge of the oppo si t e .to the individual all factors involved: The a'lal. (c)Origin is (LOg V6. factor 144. many will think of fusing the materials together by using either a modified Schappeler Sphere or a Newman En@rgy Machine to wi Ld grid-attuned crystals.. "ill add the final yield of the suma torv of ( e ) Same as (a). r\t'e (-*)It t s never shameFu 1f~ are!..: tht'! Substance =. ugh integers.cosmtc f actor Iii (13)!.e]( thp advice of those who mot""'! learned than . factor 144. just in case. You can do as you pleas@ in terms of variations to carry upon the different apparati herein inc1 uded.ysis 8014 + 2886 + 1012 + 992 + 8014 ~ 20918 final result is close to the sumatory of Cathie's "A" and "BOO fields (1)lIhic h contri but e together vi th 0 thers to keep rna tter as we knov it whole. they must be implemented through experimt'!ntation. it is difficult to say without building it.both .d (b)Origin is ~880 + 6. to twice lightspeed is added the .954307 the reciprocal of lightspeed upon the Earth lo surface in grid-related terms.( 87) My an aj ys t s . have your Last Will deposited at a lawyer'S). on its success.~= 1422 + 580 + 3780 + n32 (1008 992 1422 + 580 + 3780 + 2232 above I ~:::::==:::::=== Resul t 8014 2881i Bi Se 02 Ph4 Fe2 03 = = x 2) + (290 x 3) (c) Mg 02 (d) Mn (e) 432 + (290 x 2) = = = 1012 992 8014 Bi Se 02 Ph4 Considering that my theory i5 that the amount3 of UPA3 approach. your level of personal avarene~s and technical knowledge remember that: (")Nobody died because of prudence. but the analy!is points out that a certain confidence can exist.954301}:4 .so. Of course.make your experiment5 at a non-populated place and keep a means to kill you fast in case of failure (aJ.~~~~. in decimal povering. either for good or for bad.2 (13).

had found that he had forgotten to pick up some material from the one office that was kept locked. you weren't as quick on the draw as you thought you were. knocking the third gunman down. has all been either buried or silenced. particularly stands out in my mind . At that point Dad s right arm began to function and he was able to get his own gun out. He had gone to the laboratory just after dark and on leaving.twent and ricocheted off the concrete floor. knocking free the gun he was carrying just as the first man's gun discharged. He was silenced by the FBI in early 1940. tells it this way: "The incident of March 2. PAge 19 . "As the first man struggled. Because the material was bulky." Dr. Although the blow left his right arm numb arid h~lfparalyzed. The second man said to the first assailant: 'Well. Utah developed and perfected a. 13 years old at the time. carrying a gun. his son John. unlocking the office door. He gained control of the situation and showed the two men out the front door at gun point. Henry Moray. Moray) over the past centuries which. In a sequel to Moray's book: "The Se-a of Energy In Which the Earth Floats". Be was irrrnediately fired upon again by someone at a distance. entangling the assailant's gun in his overcoat.' And Henry Moray recognized the voice of fin Ffn Sept-Oct 1981 RR. a second man. TIle ~lllet traveled vertically downward.( f3 8 ) APPENDIX I: THE NEW AGE BATTERY WHICH RECAPTURES THE SOLAR FORCE Technieal Bulletins From Outer Space By Berne Through Betl King "There has been much material sent through isolated people there on your earth regarding Solar Energy (such as Dr. lIenry recognized this man as Felix Fraser (supposedly an employee of the Rural Electrification Administration). he left the front door open and went back to the office. nAs he fumbled with the keys in . with his good left arm he grabbed assailant by the hend and held him pinned to his left side. Salt Lake City. T. as most of you realize. came running up.the dl'l%'k. so we will try again. However there has been much progress made in your country regarding freedom of speech in the last ten years. As he turned to see who it was he was hit on the shoulder by a heavy object. he returned the fire. grazing the side of Dad's leg as ~.•• My father's account of what took place was very simple. 1940. he had the impression that someone was coming up behind him.Free Energy device in the 1930s. itA fourth man rushed up to help the wounded gunman. Dad kicked the second man.

1975.Brlnghurst. the doctor made no direct report. You see. (January 27. we will still call it a magnetic battery. At that point Henry realized he was all alone in a very dangerous and difficult situation.which leads your director to believe that stories of joint AmericanRussian space bases on the Moon are just that.. supposedly FBI agents.Ad of water. 1975) January 29. Page 20 ..man he had known at one time as a security guard.. who in a shoot-out had gotten the worst of. stories -.. WE LIVE IN AN UNNATURAL ENVIRONMENT tlBeat in mind as stated before. The doctor knew Dad was doing government work. Your small solar batteries are the best technically on the planet at this time. and the men promptly left. selenium. went directly to the house and called his doctor and his good friend. So in panic he told them to get out. But you live in an unnatural environment which . ferrite.until your people tum back to the Law. Enough for today. he knew that he would be completely at their mercy. stopping the bleeding. "The heat is not present on all the planet except in the daylight because of the movement of the lines of force as the planet rotates around the sun.. Henry locked the door to the lab.." said Berne. and Dad promised to report the incident to the FBI himself. with a silica base instp.. Here were two men. S. eare all attempting to correct."Yes. pretending that he had not recognized any of them. (Here again WE! are to ld that man-made Flying Saucers will be allowed to operate only in a limited way around the earth and not out into space -. These will utill. Consequently. He thought he was bleeding to death and he knew he was going to faint at any moment. The heat is merely a result of the light rays and not in itself of any importance except for heat. these are using only the visible light and not the invisible light or the magnetic force • . You need to go back to your basic elements to recapture the solar force. The light emanating to your planet is there all the time even in the dark. You are not ut i lizing this energy at all but are rather trying to use the 'heat' factor of the sun. "the sun sustains a man-made power plant.but not for inte~lanetary purposes -.. you will be allowed to use the magnetic force within your own planet -. silica and manganese. The heat is caused by the light rays bounding off the magnetic lines of force. no police report was ever made . E. "If he had fainted while these men were still there. Henry was severely wounded. and it does use bismuth. but they are not right obviou~ly for they need to be recharged in the direct light of the ~un.until backed up by believable factual data!) "The solar energy will be used through a battery. As far as I know..it. Yes. The doctor came and treated Henry'~ wounds.ze Sept-Oct 1981 RR. On other planets the hent and light are sustained all the time because our power supplies rotate with us.

which is why we could not complete the tests at that time. and can be designed to plug on to the outer power connection so your current house wiring is not necessarily obsolete. Back later.spilling more waste than even the know ledg eab le people realize. It has not been possible. -even used. one foot long to begin. except that you do not use the time factor. r~ge 21 . Drill~" deep and insert one copper connection.who 1s now pnrt of this group. It is still a slow process at this time. politically. ~e need a . let me state this is a fairly new technological problem to us. for those of you who remember the 'Smith antenna'. which are your three forces at this time.) "The Ferrous Fe2 rod is'the basis of our transformer system. There will be a transformer needed also. Insert connector of clear pl~stic coated silver rod in other hole. to do Sept-Oct 1981 RR. but a transformer -. This unit must not be under cover. They are'. For every society such as yours has its own individual problems in the technical area. 1975 "Before conlntuing with the power plant. Drill two 1/16" holes in the top of the Ferrite rod. This is a similar energy force that operates our spnce ships. hopefully. Now do the same on the other end of the rod. Clear plastic is necessary to allow light to flow! Okay.16 or .(90) the light. So much depends on how the so-cfliled fission is released. "To continue with the light energy: NUCLEAR WASTE A NEW TECHNICAL PROBLEM January 31. .let me make a correction.' magnetics and gravity.) CLEAN ENERGY FOR THE HIDDLE CLASS AMERICAN nOME we are going to build A dynamop a generating system capable of supplying quiet. We are working to restore this awesome damage and. "First of all.18 density rod. (Wlb Smith did add the time factor to his equations in developing the 'mathematics of a Free Energy device in the 1950s and claimed to have made a successful demonstration of it before his passing in 1963. in some instances. (The so-called antenna was described and published by Van Tassel in his 'Proceedings' And by us in our 'Journal' in the early 19608 as the Caduceus coil. We are restoring as much of this waste as possible. to supply 10 to 12 thousand watts of energy per about one square foot of spaee. Make sure end of copper connects with ferrite. However. There is a difference in ferrite rods in density. these units are not nearly as harmful as the new tclean'weapons and machines that are being tested and. Again. This was not an antenna. we can solve your energy problems before long. We will use a piece one inch in diameter. Do not despair. TIle unit is in two parts: 8 battery and a transformer. using epoxy or other or other glue if necessary to hold in ferrite. clean energy to operate an average upper middle class American home.received by Wilbur Smith of Canada -. I wish to assure you that the nuclear power plants are not the answer. making sure they are separated for insulation. by the way -.

"To make a small battery take 10 grams (~ oz) selenium oxide.February 15.( 91 ) this up until now. I t.ted energy means a profound change in not only the mechanical but ~l~ the philosophical -basis of· our society. The Bismuth and Selenium are mixed. Do not use metal. For experimental purposes you con simply use your transparent plastic wrap.50 pp. Place in bottom of cylinder.tlng the need for any moving parts or liquid. That is. $3. of course. 1975 "Beti. The rod becomes a transformer instead of an antenna as previously believed. . but it is felt that with the fear of no power very imminent. Then. TIle transformer octivnteq the battery with a perpetual source of energy. (No more regarding this came through until October 1975). 1975 "The transformer is made with ferrite rod. The wtnding of the wire around the rod captures the magnetic lines of fot"ce Sept-Oct 1981 RR. winding. not heat. 1975 "The batt. as our power source.reation of matter. but now I will try this method. ~e will use simple old cardboard to begin. Se02. Place Bi and Se mixture -. we will utilize light. The battery is formed in lAyers. a cell. Page 22 .r'u ly want to give you the complete information on how to build n solnr energy system. that it is safe for you to proceed. Fill with Ferrous fine pulverized Fe302 and place clear plastic over the other layer of Be Se mix at other end. Push through top half way down into Ferrous. we can switch to plastic for production purposes. explosion or burning. We will make this unit in two pRrts. you must not use metal covers as you do now.Jy the ~hange from destruction-generated energy to construction-generr. Obviou!'. The shift from explosion to Imp Los Lon was pioneered by Viktor Schauberger in Austria and can be studied in BSRF~1~Q "IMPLOSION INSTEAD OF EXPLOSION". or battery.mix thoroughly with glas~or wooden rod. thus eliminPl. FOR POWER October 30. and mix with two part BiPh4. in a fashion similar to ~le Wilbur Smith antenna. f It is appropriate to point out here that heat-gpnerated power is accomplished by the destruction of matter.ery itself is completely nonmetallic. Also used a re your magnetic lines of force. I will describe this. We have parts of it recorded there. LIGHT relax and let me through. First let me reiterate. October 31. together with the new freedom of speaking. and a transformer. Both ends are the same with Ferrous in hetween. The ends need to be clear transparent. The two methods are polar opposites. Use aluminum for negative terminal same dimension and same distance. On bottom attach SmAll thin lead rod only ·into the bottom layer of BeSe. while the light-generated power system o f f ered by Be rrre uses the c. for positive terminal. It NOT HEAT. Use copper wire 1/16 dia. Cylinder is to be made of cardboard or inert plastic with both ends clear transparent. This includes your infrn-red and ultra-violet and all other 'invisible' light rays. for those of you who remember.

The larger the bnttery the less Is this necessary but for now suggest separate. The terminals need to be \:" round wire. We are also utilizing the area of the field.l sandwich concisting of 5 separate layers 'separated by fish paper. Wire length from transformer to battery not important -. Longer is okay but not shorter. Put both straight wires on the silver terminal. Leave silver terminal on bare end. It Is more efficient power-wise to keep terminals apart. supplying the starting energy. Battery terminals need to be round also for greater response. These should be l in. fHSeOZ Mn [e ru. This we will call Negative. Ag.l) ""soi Cu tt) layer S At to Iay .. With 1/8" wire use ~" ferrite rod and.yu 1 F"ZOJ BIS . This accepts the light rays which are unseen andactivates with the Ferrous which is magnetic. Opacity in any color will block the invisible light or color rays. connects to layer 3. contacting 3 layers and Terminal 3. "The battery is to be made in a clear plastic container. suggest 8 in. Wind 6 turns per inch for 6 inches. Same diameter needed AS trnnsformer. long. rod for easeofhandUng. simply connects to layer 1. Terminal 1.h. eu goes to layer 5. r ] Ac to l. "The battery is a horizonta. then straight. AI.Oz ftBring both wires back to both terminals. which we are using: (Cardboard or paper does not block these rays if made from wood.just ease of handling. Bottom end top layers are the same: BiSe02. wind as below. Layer 2 is Fe203. We use elear plastic for purposes of non-interference. (To be concluded in the next Journal. Terminal 2. OK to plRce transformer A on top of Battery B.. The 3 terminals are subsequently nm through parts of the sandwich.eu plus. In this case we are using a container approximately 8x4xl.) The transformer connects to the battery at the ~l terminal in center. Connect with Ag covered wire from Ag And eu to Cu on transformer. since battery underway is·8 in.-. Using one l/S" coppt'!r and one 1/8" silvot'-or silver coated wire. drilled ~ inch into tne rod and set firmly with plastic glue into rod center. .. contacting all five layers. layer 3 is Mg02. The Transformer connecbs only to the battery. in diameter. leaving one end one fourth bare except for straight ends. which We will discuss later. r~ge 23 .(92) in a fashion so far unknown on your planet.) Sept-Oct 1981 RR. and layer 4 is manganese (crushed).

There is no intelli~ent life in your system as you know it on Earth. Make no mistake about Lt . the eps are different from your measurements (60 cps for our standard house current) but can be utilized with your 1i&ht bulbs 15 . as stated before. to prevent your planet from interfering with other systems. It flow8 off. (We suppose he means 3-D life as we know it. We (or 1 should say they -. We are here. Back later. but I believe this is the most efficient way to prove the theory (described and drawn in the Sept-Oct Journal). 7. The energy is measured iu Watts is directly related to the surface area of the BiSe which absorbs the invisible light energy and the arett of the terminals connected to the chemicals in each layer. All the nuclear activity going on here at this time is extremely dang erous to all life on your planet. 197~. The manganese and the Fe203 both have magnetic properties. we will land. We will make a mass l~nd10& only if we need to. many of your planets nre beini rehabilitated and they have life in 50meform. 1975 Output 2S0 watts. I wi. Sept. By Berne ThroU&h Bet1 Klni As you experim~nt..t time) Nov-Dec 1981 RR. Berne speaking from the Ex-l Space Ship: First of all. By exciting these two chemicals through the terminals a force is set up that is almost perpetual motion. rngE! Nov.sh to clear up a very important point to all UFO fans and groupll everywhere on your planet. or in the event a nuclenr war should break out here. 21.as I was on eArth at tha. We are from planets out of your system. even though your scientists have no means at this time for meB8urini the ultra high radiation. for there certainly 1~ plenty of intelligent life at other levels of consciousness on other planets in our solar systeml) The other planets have been harmed in the past by nucl~nr holcausts. In the event this gets 80 far out of your atmosphere that it is a danier to other systems.ECAYIURES THE SOLAB. color and magnetic rays. We Are workini on earth with restoring your oceans and other hi~hly dangerous areas. however. of course you will try different forms of your battery for more efficient· serviee. other than on your earth planet at this time. FORCE Technical Bulletins From Outer Space Part II. See drawing8. Do not be misled.(93) THE NEW AGE BATtERY WHICH R. 1000 cycles per second. and s~pes and other ac equipment. This method will not ~rn out any equipment for there is no overload possible. The current flows in a circular motion since it utilizes the light.

Let us proceed with our technical data. used by Sbme highly advanced electronics firmA 8S a paint applied coating for some sophistiCAted boards. Enough of that. now MAGNETICS. NOTE: The following information came through in ~y. the markings before he begnn speaking. Berne has requested that I publish this even. COLOR AND ENERGY This is Berne again speaking from the Ex-l Space Ship. of course. this came through in }~y.' . as we all know. Page 16 . As 'more cnmes though. First. Bismuth Phosphor.( 94) did not land in 1943 because the bombs were endangering no one but the planet Earth and this. becau~e those with some technicnl 'knowledge will know wHat he means and can begin work. However.. " ' e. non~nuclear ene~gy is one of our most important problems on Enrth. powder form).is now. but he said to leave everythiDg in that comss through. I dont know what they mean. • • . 1976 but' I did not keep going at that time because of personal r@a~on~. It Is to be mixed in equal parts by weight with phosphor to form the needed compound. Remember. The Bi~th Selenium compound as listed in the bulletin is correct but incomplete. 1 will isse as fast as possible because. AvailAble in those areas but hard to obtain. is personal choice. We are attempting to s~nd you infor- Nov-Dec 1981 RR. let us make oue . The phosphor neutralizes the Selenium as fas explosive qualities and separated and increases the light and magnetic receiving abilities.correction as fo. which is residing in your atmosphere now.pows for: the original cell in Bulletin #1.though it is incomplete. Simply mix the BiSe2 compound with plaint phosphor (gray. which I regret.

That generates more power than 'We need for this experiment. but they have DO "proof" and so Are ignored. however. I inelude all the available electronics force. However. Each grain of silica is a complete prism and it is this qunlity we will use to utilize the light for eneq~y. magnetics and gravity. ~e are here rehabilitating the bad nuclear areas as rapidly a9 possible. which is a separate function. silver. . they will make rapid and Astoni~hing progress. The laler is breaking into the field of color electronics. for this is COtIlDODI terminology· for this ene r gy . but of course good if available. Everything comes back to itself in a spiral motion. Also needed are pteces of wire.( 95) sation once more regarding energy for your planet. It ts not necessary to build the transformer as in Bulletin 11. invisible as well as visible. but it 1s not being tested yet in this area of electronics. this i. even though we will use color and magnetiCS. and m8gnetles. You see. and also include color. Let me repeat: Your planet functions on light. You will again need a small transformer or magnet to act as a starter. The beginning is the laser. and we are trying to rench th@11l. but do not conn~ct with each other. You are really endangering the planet witp a possible chain reaction. as you know. the case. but the nuelear testings and use for power must be stopped. the actual separate color particles of each electron are being separated. However. which is not properly used there on earth. which is a separate function. We will use a silica base. S11ve coated wire 1s okay if properly coated. When 1 say light.Le r cell also. let us get to the technical data. Page 17 . TI1US DC is Nov-Dec 1981 RR. We are getting '~ck into Direce Cur-rent. Thi~ has all the colors in the spectrum. These e"ch emit a complete rotating field back to itself that has not been me8~ur~d yet for it is not recognized to be associated with magnetics. Einstein was right as far as he 'Went. At any rate. copper and alt~tnum. Your people cannot measure this. I quite realize that this effort mu~t be accomplished by the technically advanced. in this method of transmitting light. there are people in the (&tomie) l&borAtories who are afr&id of this. F~ch of these three fields have made breakthroughs. The color particles are broken down into lines of force through the use of electricity. magnetics And energy that you can make as individuals. We will c e lI this a ao. I am going to give you a simple e~periment to show the principal and the connection of color. TIle use of the laser in the photographic field is the beginning. . your gravity 1s the result of the motion set up between light. but there is no infinity. • Once again. ASTONISHING PROGRESS COULD BE HADE If the laser people will get together with the mngnetic and optic groups.

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(3. Dr Tesla said: "It is a mysterious radiation that comes out of the "ether"(an expression of the 1930'S referring to what is nov called "outer "space"). on the dash. Dr Tesla seemed enthusiastic on the first tf'!!st-ridend said "Pf'!!ter. Later. connect the Wiring. When listening under the hood with the engine on. When Peter questioned the source of the energy to drive the car. power rating was 80 HP. To start the car. and carried it to Buffalo. there vas a voltmeter which vas used to measure paver output for the receiver. brake and gearshift were unchanged. Peter inserted and turned it and a green light came on. testing the car. The engine could not be heard from the driver seat at all. Peter described one incident where they stopped the car at a traffic light and a bystander commented . However. Shifting gears seemed somewhat smoother than with a normal @ngine. Dr Tesla thereupon said "The engine is now in motion". There vas also some kind of hydraulic pressure gauge on the dash.his day a t will make history!". Peter said that Dr Tesla buit the pover receiver himself in his hotel room. The instruments on the dash appeared to be standard ones. Peter asked what vas the fan for and was told that "the engine is running pretty hot". The motor vas built for him by some unknown company. cars. R. Dr Tesla commented that the receiver had enough power of reserve 30 that you could drive the car next to a house. Maximum engine speed vas 1800 RPM. Power seemed at least as good a~ the normal Pierce Arrow engine. there vas a Slight hum. after the engine vas running.t say it. Peter drove the car for about 50 miles at speeds up to 90 mph (the speedometer vas calibrated to 120 mph).(98) ANTENNA PO'tiER- HOfOR "SPINDLES" NOTE: The illustration above is a personal one and vas not included in the copy of the report about the Tesla power-receiver I received. and light up the whole house. Dr Tesla asked Peter to look under the hood to check whether the fan vas running. Dr Tesla handed Peter an ignition-type key. Dr Tesla and Peter spent eight days in Buffalo.). The standard accelerator pedal vas used to control engine-speed Clutch. it vas stopped. Peter asked its purpose bu Dr Tesla would not tell him. The motor was completely enclosed and vhen Peter fir. Acceleration in second gear seemed particularly good. He said that he did not know where it came from but that it seemed to be available in limitless quantities and that mankind shOUld be thankful for it as it would soon drive boatg. trains and planes.

existed even that €. a 1920 SpiTni.. Netaneon. 'J!hi"h amoun t of UPAs you can see at the Table. which h.. Cesium and Barium.1 v'2I'Y vague notion.il\:'tions" th<lt will encompass the gathering together of different a t oms.$ speak only about elements and also shell IT the readership not acqu a i n t ad with old science the conceptions of 1\0').ld no l been discovered by the time that euition was published. and T think I should. ti''"')' are: Occult. as J have no t . for examp Le Sodium Chloride. i. illinois. I-Ietakrypton.)lizatlnl1 nr the amount of UPi\s inside different atomic elements.rj 1.1nd allays come to happen ?" (please notice that I did not ask myself "1'1(1')/7" •.sh ".l1g1.se mentioned elements wr.11"'il" t coro ) in each atom there are groupings of subatomic pa r t ic Les t hr-y (>111"') "Ultimate Fhysical Atoms"(UPI\. .i. vh i ch 1 f'"rmulated myself after having read about three different cherni s try t e x t boo ks "I' different levels (that ranged from Secondary School to un Iv er-s i ty -Levet ) . to 1f'1J or his conceptions). 1 question that is well-answered at plenty of science textbooks).s detailed in that wor k what clairvoyant visions of the a t orns lit"".r..1r:-rnents are grouped. the "established authorities". r-emombc r t h-i t 'JI'"' rlr'" all serious people here and not somebody whose opinion is swayed by wl1i'1 t t:lw media says or by the words coming from "established authority" (Albert F. and the author. Tantalium Oxide and Quartz.11'" of completeness I included the possible l1J110unt of urns for th~ Fo l Low nq f'1'"'nli ents: Technecium.h ~r"H'<. for short). titled "The Variability of Chemical Species". vh i+ h had been done hy the Spanish Teosophical Editorial [(..ly.1 ('\'!'Y of it.:lrly!).JUB e xpl a in".eadbeater had and they found out th a t (apparently.di tion had been correc ted. collecting dust at a small library..md though all of them indicated the mechanism of reactions.vt ion« o t ho r-s than those that happen between two (or more) metals that a ro rll~r. SO!lIP of fl~r.lr . has made this correction.tlgether.lllt and HI' T. by EXrSRIt-1ENTATIUN. (3D ico n Il~ide). i\s at the time of the edition I do possess atomic isotopes were on l y .-'ICn . '>' metallic or not. the other elements of the T'1]. l'"r. l'" til . they are not mentioned at it (the first glimpse of i50tO!~S W~~ had by Dr Gustave Le Bon... It . I ignore if the 19516Dof the Teosophical fublishing ilouse.. who later made a smaLt chapter of his boo+ "l'Ilf' r-...re then unknown to science and so r emai n t0d. employ the term "elf'mentary COlllt.idered as Radium in "Occult Chemistry" is actually Actinium.1))tadge of it was that the mistakes that had crept into the first I.J'1aytlud~ and t}.instein. Wheiltc·n. t. r"l~ta){enon and F'Lat i rrum n .o l u t Lon of Matter". a list of which je. ". With respect to this table I must make several reservat ions: r'or tll(.n~ 1.e adbe a t e r . ". well i.ailed at the Table in this article.(100) APPE!ND IX II I : The material of/this article must be Labe l e d "personal s pecu l a t i. or rejected. from now on.. .on" until finally it is confirmed. I The origin of this article was the question: "Why do chemical reactions . I must make cle-ar that under the term "alloying" I also include c ombi n.e t e r I discovered.·1". according to different scientific author-ities of the> tim'"' (yes. Get Out!)._~ 1said book. plus making a visll. therefore I proceeded f as t to mel e 1110 a xerocn!')' k . lH. and also r think that the elplw'lIt r:f)J!:.r] I:fll"i chemical reactions and alloyings come to happen. 'lr'I.1ation of "Occult Chemistry" by Annie Besant and Charles t. Metargoll.

VriJIiP! s i mi te r..ingl rer~onal opinion on the possible existence of '1320 d i Ef c r en t r:lf'Jn('11t.se s to yield a veritable t reasur enouse of wonclr:rs for 011f' .llll ('one very serious book to read on this subject is "t~ryr.cu Lar I't'OI'nr'ti('l'.! I w i l l issue a speculation linking all of the above wi th the ov s h tns ky r~rrP.. and it has a l s o been discovered t ha t if \lie do not have <111 iLl.'f 520 U f'i\ s 290 : U["\5 (Total) ---------1100 llI'!\s 290 UF.111-11 d Ls c ro paucy with the works of Bruce Cathie. (Jut 2.i.. th('t"f('. (:CH\ !!" a link tQ th~ subtler forces of natur~.-.~t.tbillg 'very Cnl11Tll'llllll.')1' '118 U["\s ~ 39 UI'.- me. 1\" a bo ve value UI'/\s for table salt he il c Los o valpe (in (jc"'illl. '.e into consideration the V01111Jl':'tric relation <"ilt0in ttlr.1!·I:l a uecimr:ll submultiple. of th".ry combi na ti on "'111•1T'tZ".· '" gl'. m and I."i~ '-.i at .irl-I'(llc to (1 !:V'()~1". It is <l f-'l.IS "h'~I't I.:750:1) and we rise it to t he ~V[U'lr8. which j-rom i.:)un we 1ve"kell arul . hence I can think that (unless proved o t he rwi so hv (">:'1 ""'ilten t s t ha t I can perform for myself) 'lie can pslablish il. of whi c h the t o t a L of UI'As for '1uart7.:>9·1. Llewellyn Pu b l Lc a t Lons -in vh i cn tile unJ Y til i 11<1 I r i wi disputable is his "middle class mythology"). 111 the ('lI. let us see sOlll0.IJ. 01)[' closest star (the most orthodox I'hy s i c s t e x t boo ks 'J.. is we [jgllI'r IlIl'l:.lllJ-Ec1rth relation.lch atom. as determined by t he Hr?tric Theorem.t" lll" 1.. '. ineral..~11.'11('.:-Ike the rnurth [. "r """h o:'!lpltlcnt.' "I· elementary combinations with those f i q ur-e s that arise d i.._ twoen us and quartz through the energies bo t h tY1.95'130/) found would we o bt a i n O. I .ltiotl5 of Hruce Cathie.lti- .tOril "'lid t:l1"".l<.1['!:i. is of i'lS ttl!':: distance Loqa r i t hx of 0..:.dI1 n o t d~rtv tI'i").til1 lo'v'?r'" (") ll i. in minutes (16.1052817324. t r-ans Lat ed into tir" the Table from "Occult Chemistry" We? ho ve : Silicon: Oxygen: Oxygen! (.fr"r' (>!'" type of solar system... link 01' son'" l'i".!... J !'''III t he :.l: Sodium Chlorine tlaCl lf 'OJ!? (33. but I have not yet reached a reasonable I'ound a t i on upon wrlir:h t() build a tileory or speculation.\s we tak. '. who us e s the vo f urne Jy){JI)ll: 1 I··.'. and uo t w i t h til" rlir-Ie r-cn t s pa t i a l arrangements and su bs t r-vc tu res t ha t c on t a i ne d th('fll. You will notice 11"'r" .. t )1" r' .1111 trl I'll" !·. In this article I only intend to rel~lte t11~ aiuoun t of UrA5 COlltain"d i!l~ i .um i na ti ru < i rn i 1ar to the one given by the .. plus g..v!lit"h posed by one atom of Silicon and T'IVO of uxyqon .. let us take the eletlll?nti1.:lrt. eventually.llts <lllrl ttlP stnJl:Il1t"'-: t h-vt grouped the url\s a re r-es pon s i bt e for thp pa r t i. or e.":i (">1:).1rrangenl(.l 1.\s 1057 Cathie of ClrC of UFi\S (Total) ".(101 ) those widely known to us. "" their own"? I think it is possible.i")l !I"..!1 r:l.eadbeater.)uartz If i~ t_"r '·"11. w i Ll SIIHr!' "i' rliI'Fe r-en t maladies.f til" op i n i on t hat the different ways of s pa't. of '\'1.an the arnoun t of UPAs also ex p l a in why two "1 ~1!I('tl t s cornb i It" tog". :.r cc t t y From tllr I:ntri.11'f1ir: II ''''''.1l1t to relate the amount of uri\s in both each Lnd i v i rlua l .c Theorems and the Unified Grid E'lu.e'"ed by the team llesrlnt-l.ct that we only see 1% of the whoLe r ad i a t i on spec t rum r'llIittr'l ".~I!I (. as vi.. First of all.=l.r).. I wc. 1 think there may be "something" to t he belief h8ld by many t ha t 'IP.· the .c hae I Gary Smi t h .1 >'.

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