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LA2. Review of the main types of telekinetic power-stations built so far
A number of prototypes of telekinetic power-stations have already been completed by dedicated inventors who arrived at their construction empirically. But so far there has been no theory which would explain the operation of these extraordinary devices. This has made their improvement and manufacture even more difficult, and it has also impeded formal recognition of these devices by the scientific establishment. Only after the formulation of the Concept of Dipolar Gravity and the discovery that the Telekinetic Effect operates as the reversal of friction, was such a theory created. Its existence allows for the rational explanation of the principles of telekinetic free energy devices, and formulates a theoretical foundation that allows for the systematic improvement of these devices.
During the analysis of subsequent telekinetic free energy devices it is worth noticing that although these devices are designed to produce electrical energy, their structure and operation are typical for mechanical (not electrical) machinery. Such an apparent contradiction results from the fact that at our level of knowledge, the release of the Telekinetic Effect requires the motion and dynamic interactions of parts in a complex mechanism - i.e. the phenomena studied by mechanical engineers.
LA2.1. Johnston Permanent motor
A very simple telekinetic free-energy device already completed on Earth, is a motor which contained only permanent magnets, and thus which is called "Permanent magnet motor" or "PMM". This motor was invented by Howard Johnson (address in 1989: P.O. Box 199, Blacksburg, Virginia 24060, USA). Historically, it is considered to be the first operational telekinetic motor ever completed on our planet. Its design and operation are published in article [1LA2.1] by Jorma Hyypia, "Amazing Magnet-Powered Motor", Science & Mechanics, Spring 1980, pages 45-48 and 114-117. This motor is subject to USA patent no 4,151,431. According to reports, its efficiency slightly exceeds 100%. Thus, once started, it sustains its operation until intentionally held back or until its mechanical parts wear out. But the excess of its output power is still too small to be useful. Therefore, its significance lies in proving that the construction of telekinetic devices capable of self-sustaining their own motion is feasible, whereas the energy produced by this motor hasn't any practical application.
Out of all free energy devices, telekinetic PMM motors similar to that of the Johnson device, are the subject of inventive activities of the highest intensity. The development of various versions of such motors has been carried out by numerous inventors in a number of countries. But all these devices are still in the research and development stage. In 1990s a lot of publicity was received by a telekinetic motor invented by Urlich Schumacher. (Address in 1991: Ulrich Schumacher KG, Sperbersloher Strasse 564, D-8509 Wendelstein, West Germany).
The general design of the Johnson motor is shown in part (a) of Img.105 (LA1). The original design of this motor contains only two relatively moving parts - marked as (1) and (3) in Abb.105. (The introduction of the third part, marked as (2), is proposed by me to explain ways of increasing the efficiency of such motors.) The stator (3) contains a set of small magnets located in equal distances from one another. Above the stator (3) magnets of the Telekinetic Effect activator (1) move in the direction "V". The shape of magnets (1) is vital, i.e. they must be a half-moon or banana shape. The proportion of dimensions of both groups of magnets, i.e. (1) and (3), is also vital.
The operation of the Johnson motor, explained by three subsequent stages of release of the Telekinetic Effect, is also illustrated in Figure LA1. Parts a), b), and c) of this Figure show three successive positions that the activator (1) takes in relation to the stator (3). The thick closed line passing through magnets (1) and (3) represents the path of the magnetic circuits (force lines) that join both of these parts. The operation of this motor begins with stage a) in which magnetic circuits are in an equilibrium position. But the inertial motion of the activator (1) in the direction "V" causes these circuits to jump into the position shown in part b) of this Figure. During such a jump, the magnetic circuits are accelerated. This acceleration releases the telekinetic elementary drive "P". A small fraction of this drive acts also at both ends of the magnet (1), providing them with an impulse that sustains the motion "V". The special shape of the magnet (1) causes it to intercept part of the telekinetic drive released by the motion of this magnet. The jump and acceleration of magnetic circuits extend until stage c). Further motion of the activator (1) in the direction "V" causes the final return to the equilibrium position already described in part a). Then the whole cycle of the operation is repeated.
After an analysis of the Johnson motor it becomes obvious that the greatest value of the elementary telekinetic drive P' is released just above the magnets of the stator (3), where the acceleration of magnetic circuits is the largest. This indicates that the efficient telekinetic motors should contain not less than three relatively moving parts, i.e. a stator (3), a Telekinetic Effect activator (1) and a rotor (2). In such a three-part motor the mutual interactions between the stator and the field activator are only to release the Telekinetic Effect. But the impulse of elementary drive P' of this effect is intercepted by the rotor, which then feeds a part of the impulse just received back onto the activator - to sustain its motion.
This shows why the main drawback of the Johnson motor is its low efficiency. It results from the use of only two relatively moving parts instead of three. The activator (1), that normally should release only the Telekinetic Effect, in this motor also tries to intercept its driving impulse. Of course, because of its inconvenient location, it intercepts only a small fraction of the telekinetic drive that it releases. Moreover, the part of the drive intercepted during the acceleration of magnetic circuits is then eliminated by an opposite drive intercepted during the deceleration of the same circuits. This drawback can easily be eliminated through the introduction of a segmented rotor (2), placed between the activator (1) and the stator (3) - as is marked in Img.105 (LA1) by a broken line. The rotor (2) would spin at a speed at least two times greater than that of the activator (1), and would be joined with mechanical gears. During the operation its blades would always appear in the place of the strongest telekinetic drive P', and disappear from the area of the opposite action of the Telekinetic Effect. The use of a rotor for the interception of the telekinetic drive would also simplify the design of this motor. This is because the activator (1) would not then require magnets of a special shape. It is worth mentioning here that the spinning of the rotor (2), could also be used for the generation of electric power in a manner similar to that used in the N-Machine. Thus the appropriate design of this rotor could transform the telekinetic motor into a telekinetic aggregate.
While discussing the Johnson motor it is worth noting that its inventor was unaware of the existence of the Telekinetic Effect. Therefore he explains the operation of this device in a different manner. According to his explanation, the continuous motion of this motor is the result of an imbalance between the magnetic attraction and repulsion taking place in opposite directions. Of course this explanation does not say why his motor requires the initial starting impulse of the motion (for its operation caused by such an imbalance should be able to start on its own). Also such an explanation eliminates the justification for a third moving part, thereby giving no theoretical clues as to how to improve the efficiency of this device.
Although I do not know details, I am aware that all PMM motors were vigorously suppressed and persecuted by some sort of evil power. Thus Johnson motor never went into an industrial production, in spite that it achieved the technical state when it could be produced and sold as a curiosity and toy that illustrates the possibility of “perpetuum motion” (I would buy myself such a toy, if it is available on sale). Some hints about types of persecution that the inventor of the Johnson motor experienced are provided already in the article [1LA2.1] indicated above.
The first prototype which provided the scientific confirmation for the feasibility of telekinetic free energy devices, is a generator called the "N-Machine". A photograph of this generator is shown in Img.106 (LA2). The N-Machine is the best known and the most thoroughly investigated telekinetic free energy device. The results of its operation, and also all of its technical details, are available to interested people without any secrets. Actually, the N-Machine so far is the only telekinetic device known to me, whose vital technical details are not kept confidential. The constructor of the N-Machine is the late Bruce DePalma, an investigator of free energy devices, presently recognized as the leader in the scientific approach to the extraction of energy from the environment. It is almost sure, that it was for the creation of N-Machine that the late DePalma paid with his own life, falling a victim of assassination organised for him by UFOnauts – as this is described in subsection W4. But the principles of operation of the DePalma generator is based on the spinning magnetic disk invented in 1831 by Faraday – as this is described two paragraphs below. His first prototype of the N-Machine, the late DePalma conducted in the DePalma Energy Corporation. (Address in 1989: he DePalma Energy Corporation, 1187 Coast Village Road #1-163, Santa Barbara, CA 93108, USA). This prototype was later replicated and thoroughly researched in cooperation with the Indian Nuclear Power Board, Karwar, India. But difficulties and persecution that the late DePalma experienced in the USA during the construction and research of his first prototypes, caused that in 1990s he shifted initially to Australia, and then to New Zealand, in search of conditions in which he would not be persecuted. Unfortunately he did not escape from vindictive UFOnauts, who got him finally in New Zealand. In New Zealand DePalma died rapidly and prematurely on Thursday, 2 October 1997, in the middle of his creative potential and in very mysterious circumstances which suggest his possible assassination by UFOnauts – as this is described in subsection W4. The last before his death developmental works on N- Machine he carried out in the DePalma Institute, 211 Howard Rd, Private Bag 11, Oerere Point (i.e. suburb of Auckland), New Zealand.
Soon after the completion of one of the first prototypes of the N-Machine, a group of experts several times measured precisely the overall efficiency of the DePalma generator. This first crude prototype, in the most unfavourable conditions, had an efficiency amounting to 104.5% of the total energy input to the electric motor that supplies rotational speed "n" to the generator - see [1LA2.2] "Report on the Initial Testing Phase of N-1 Electrical Power Generator", DePalma Energy Corporation Report #1, 6 January 1988, page 6. The results obtained by DePalma encouraged other investigators to repeat his findings. All three investigators who made their results available (Trombly, Tewari, Kincheloe) confirmed the achievement of a similar level of the generator's overall efficiency [1LA2.2].
Detailed descriptions of this generator are contained in several reports. In past these reports were prepared and disseminated by the DePalma Corporation (e.g. [1LA2.2]). Video tapes that demonstrate its operation could also be purchased on request in past. Furthermore, when DePalma was alive, his prototypes could be examined and measured in the laboratory of the DePalma Corporation. (Note that the mysterious circumstances of the DePalma’s death are described in subsection W4.) The prototype of the N-Machine, which has been investigated in most details, has about 1 meter in length and 0.4 metres in diameter. Its weight is around 400 kilograms. Its output reaches 2480 Watts (i.e. 800 A x 3.1 V) of a direct current (DC), for the input rotations of about 2600 rev/min.
A diagram of the N-Machine is shown in Img.107 (LA3). The most important part of this generator is a solid, bronze rotor (2) assembled on a rotary shaft (1), and consisting of permanent magnet segments (3). In the prototype shown in Img.106 (LA2), a NdFeB permanent magnet is used, which has the shape of a ring 212 mm long and 330 mm in diameter. It produces a field of about 6750 gauss. The electrical energy produced in the rotor (2) is collected by brushes (4) and (5), which transfer it to an output collector (9). At the end of the shaft (1) a belt transmission (6) is located. The rotor (2) is supplied with the required rotational speed "n" via this transmission (6) and the shaft (1). The speed "n" is produced by the propelling motor (7). The electric current is passed to the motor (7) from an input collector (8).
The operation of the N-Machine is based on an old empirical discovery in 1831 by Michael Faraday. Faraday discovered that the spin of a conductive magnetic disc creates a difference of electric potentials between the peripheral and the centre of this disc. To utilise this difference of potentials in 1831 Faraday build the first electricity generator, the design and operation of which were almost identical to the design and operation of N-Machine. But the origin of this difference of potentials was satisfactorily explained only after the Telekinetic Effect was discovered, and after it was established that the centrifugal acceleration acting on magnetic field of the spinning Faraday disk, releases the Telekinetic Effect technically, while this effect moves telekinetically electrons contained in the spinning disk – for details see subsection H6.1. The late DePalma was satisfied with the very existence of this electromotive force, and he did not try to theoretically establish where this force comes from. Although I was in contact with DePalma and shared with him my theory of the Telekinetic Effect and explained to him how this effect releases the electromotive force in his machine, he himself for some strange reasons never accepted this theory, never recognised the existence of the Telekinetic Effect, and never approved that this effect performs a major role in his machine. In spite of this non-recognising of the Telekinetic Effect by DePalma himself, I am presenting below the operation of the N-Machine in the light of the action of this effect.
In the DePalma generator, a motor (7) produces the rotary motion "n", and supplies this through a belt transmission (6) and a shaft (1) to the rotor (2). The fast spinning of the bronze rotor (2) produces the centripetal acceleration that acts at the force lines of a magnetic field yielded by the magnet (3). This acceleration releases the Telekinetic Effect whose drive P begins to act upon the free electrons contained in the bronze rotor (2). Subsequently, this P drive causes the dislocation of these electrons and the formation of a difference of electric potentials between the brushes (4) and (5). This difference amounts to about 1.216 V for each n=1000 rev/min. The brushes (4) and (5) are connected to the output collector (9) which passes on the current produced for use. After the short-circuiting of the outer connections, the present prototype of this generator produces power of about Wo=800Ax3.1V.
DePalma's experiments determined that there is a critical density of the magnetic field which saturates the bronze rotor. Below this critical density, the increase of a magnetic flux supplied to the rotor increases proportionally the electrical output of the generator. But above this critical density, the increase of the field does not cause an increase in the output. It seems that such a saturation results from the number of free electrons which exist in a given volume of bronze, and which can be shifted by the Telekinetic Effect. This critical density can be easily achieved through the application of permanent magnets.
At the final level of development of the N-Machine, accomplished before the death of DePalma in New Zealand, some technical obstacles still exist which hold back its commercial use. These obstacles are caused mainly by problems with the effective utilization of the generator's output for a self-supply of its own energy consumption, i.e. the consumption of energy by the electric motor that provides the rotations necessary for its operation. The successful solving of these problems requires further experiments and research. The most difficult aspect of these problems is that the Telekinetic Effect is able to create only about 1.216 V for each n=1000 rev/min of the rotor. Thus the entire power of the N-Machine is contained in its Amperes, not in its Volts. On the other hand, designs of highly efficient electric motors require the input voltage of about 24 V. Therefore a commercially viable N-Machine needs to be able to produce at least this high voltage.
The DePalma team tried to resolve this problem through the use of two rotors on a common shaft, and their subsequent connection in a series. But after the building of such a prototype, it turned out that the magnetic field from one rotor interferes with the operation of the other, and vice versa. Moreover, the additional electric current which is forced to flow through a given rotor, but which originates from the other rotor, releases a number of electromagnetic effects of the first generation. These first generation effects (e.g. a right-hand rule, Lorentz force, Hall effect, etc.) increase the drag (friction) of the generator and neutralize the action of the Telekinetic Effect. It appears that the only way to resolve the low voltage problem in the N-Machine is to complete a pilot research on the Telekinetic Effect first, and only after this, to implement the findings obtained. The difficult part of this problem is how to release the Telekinetic Effect so that it is not accompanied by any other electromagnetic effects of the first generation. There is the possibility of such segmentation and serial connection of the rotor, so that the shape of subsequent segments exactly corresponds to the direction of telekinetic drive, whereas their capacity corresponds to the output of this Effect.
There are various rumours, that shortly before his death, DePalma actually found empirical solution to his voltage problem. However he died (was assassinated by UFOnauts) before he managed to implement this solution. The secret of his solution died with him.
LA2.3. Telekinetic free energy generators
One of the reasons for the low commercial viability of current telekinetic devices is that they must cooperate with the devices of the first generation, while they themselves belong to the second generation. For example, the Johnson motor requires a generator of the first generation to convert its mechanical output into electricity. In turn the DePalma generator requires a motor of the first generation to feed it with the rotational motion. This draws us to the obvious conclusion that the overall efficiency of telekinetic power-stations can be increased in a simple way through the coupling together of two devices of the second generation. In this way more than 100% efficiency of the telekinetic generator would add to a similar efficiency of the telekinetic motor, significantly increasing the excess of overall efficiency. Even better results would be achieved when the operation of both of these devices could be combined inside a single device. In this way a telekinetic aggregate would be achieved in which two separate Telekinetic Effects would produce simultaneously:
(1) the motion required for the operation of this device, and
(2) the electricity representing its output. In such an aggregate the energy loss from friction would be reduced to half of the losses from the separate motor-generator devices. Therefore its efficiency would also increase about two times.
I have heard about many developers that worked on the research and development of telekinetic aggregates. In 1970s a significant publicity attracted works of an Englishman named John R.R. SEARL (17 Stephen's Close, Mortimer, Berkshire, RG7-3TX, England). Unfortunately, in spite of intense searches I was unable to find even a single witness, who would in person and with own eyes see a working device of this developer.
A different situation is with the telekinetic free energy devices, the general name of which is telekinetic "influenzmaschines". Several operational models of such devices already exist (for a long time) and work in Switzerland. The most known out of these models is called the "Thesta-Distatica". I am going to describe here details and descriptions of this model. However, I have the duty to mention, that these details originate from various sources, sometimes even having character of a “gossip”. Not in all matters I was able to verify my data as scientifically correct. After all, the Methernitha keeps all technical details of their machines in quite a strict secrecy.
Let us now explain briefly the origin of the idea of telekinetic free energy device. The name "influenzmaschine" was formed by combining together two current German terms "influenz" and "maschine", which mean the "electrostatic induction" and "machine". However, originally this name comes from the English term "influence machine" that initially was assigned to appropriate class of electrostatic machines by their first English inventors. These inventors used term "influence" for describing the phenomenon of "electrostatic induction" utilized in the operation of their machines, which represented an alternative to the phenomenon of friction also utilized in a different types of electrostatic machines by other inventors (e.g. in the Volta's electrophorus or Van de Graaff device).
The construction of the first telekinetic influenzmaschine is not the achievement of a single person, but the outcome of an intensive thinking and research of numerous dedicated inventors. The forerunner of the present design of conventional electrostatic machines was a clumsy device patented in 1860 by the British inventor named C.F. Varley (Bryt. Spec. Pat. No 206 of 1860). However the first successful influenzmaschine was built by A.J.I. Töpler in 1865. His device used a single disk that co-operated with a couple of stationary electrodes, thus inducing electric current in return for the work of winding a winch. Parallely to Töpler, a number of very similar machines were constructed between 1864 and 1880 by W.T.B. Holtz. In 1880 a tool maker from Berlin named Robert Voss combined together the principles of Töpler and Holtz, obtaining a very effective electrostatic machine with a single spinning disk. It is worth mentioning here that the device which in current textbooks of physics is described under the name of the Töpler machine, in reality is the Voss machine. However, all the above influenzmaschines were put into shadow by the invention of an Englishman named James Wimshurst. Around 1878 he increased the efficiency of the electrostatic induction by adding to his machine the second disk that rotated in a counter-direction. In the last years of 19th century Wimshurst machines frequently performed the function of current electricity generators, finding the application in numerous areas, e.g. as electricity suppliers for X-ray lamps. At that time were also constructed versions of the Wimshurst machine that generated alternating current (AC). In almost unchanged form very simple Wimshurst machines for the direct current (DC) are build until today for teaching purposes. One of the currently produced models of this machine is shown in Figure 11 of monograph [6/2]. However, as the electricity generators utilizing electromagnetic induction become popular, influenzmaschines gradually got forgotten. Their descent lasted until the second half of this century.
But, as readers will realize from the content of this monograph, currently emerged the period of second youth of influenzmaschines. This period was initiated around 1960, when the first "telekinetic influenzmaschine" was build, that introduced further functional modifications to old influenzmaschines, by adding to their operation principles of electrostatic motor and the action of the Telekinetic Effect released within a telekinetic battery. The builder of this telekinetic influenzmaschine was an Austrian citizen named Adalbert Béla Brosan. The appearance of his telekinetic free energy device resembled an improved version of the Töpler electrostatic machine. More details on this subject is to be provided in next subsection. Brosan’s machines initiated the era of appearance of telekinetic influenzmaschines on Earth.
LA2.3.1. History of the telekinetic Influenzmaschine
A common opinion prevails that every new device appearing on our planet is simultaneously and independently invented by a number of individuals who do not co-operate with each other, and thus who do not know details of the developments of others. This also seems to be the case with the telekinetic influenzmaschine. I am aware of the existence of three inventors of the telekinetic influenzmaschine, each one of whom either build this device independently of the others, or just independently worked out the operation and the design of it. These inventors are (chronologically): Adalbert Béla Brosan of Linz (Austria), Paul Baumann of Linden (Switzerland), and me - the author of this monograph (New Zealand).
I learned about the first inventor of the telekinetic influenzmaschine in 1991 by "pure coincidence". (According to totalizm described in chapters JA and JB, there is no such thing as "pure coincidence", and all events that affect us are purposely designed by the universal intellect, so that always is a clear goal for them to happen.) In 1991, means in the period of the most intense research on my theory of the Telekinetic Effect and on telekinetic power-stations, I met an Austrian couple named Tilgrid i Fred Pfeiffenberger (address in 1991: Armandale Rd. 7, Kinloch, R.D. Queenstown, New Zealand). They emigrated to New Zealand in search of an alternative (natural) lifestyle. The information and facts this couple provided could not be verified because of technical reasons. Therefore I only repeat it here in the form as it was reported to me. The couple, at some stage in their life, observed the fate of the invention of their acquaintance named Adalbert Béla Brosan (address in 1965: Schiffmeisterplatz 5, Ybbs/Donau near Linz, Austria). He got into the possession of the design for a wonder device of the “perpetuum mobile” type, which represented an improved model of the Töpler's electrostatic machine. When put by hands into the motion, his device kept rotating infinitively, while simultaneously it produced electricity. Brosan described his invention in the brochure [1LA2.3.1.] "Weltfrieden durch Kostenlose Energie", published in 1965 by Karl Schenenberger Verlag (address in 1965: Stapfenstrasse 187, Helden, Switzerland). The couple Pfeiffenberger had in New Zealand a copy of this brochure and familiarised me with the content of it. Unfortunately, Adalbert Béla Brosan did not provide any diagram nor technological details of his machine in this brochure. Because Brosan was a theoretician, he had no technical skills nor tools or equipment required to build his device himself. Therefore, to complete a prototype of his invention, he formed a partnership with the local "golden-hand" named Nitschel that originated from the area of Linz. (It seems to be the vital detail, that Nitschel was known not only for his ability to make everything, but also from his radical religious convictions, for which he came to the notice of the local authorities.) With the assistance of Nitschel's technical skills and equipment, Brosan built two small prototypes of his device. Brosan managed to show the operation of his prototypes to a few friends and acquaintances, including the couple who reported the whole story to me. According to descriptions, both these prototypes were of an appearance and size identical to models of the "Testatica" currently owned by the Methernitha. Unfortunately, soon afterwards Brosan died. In turn Nitschel, together with both operational devices supposedly shifted to Switzerland to the Apenzell area (CH-9050), tel: (071) 914110. The further fate of Nitschel, as well as the Brosan's devices, has been impossible to establish for me. But it should be noticed, that two small devices called the "Testatica", which according to existing descriptions look identically to these constructed by Brosan, are currently in the possession of the Swiss religious community calling itself "Methernitha". This is the end of the story (as I heard it) about the first inventor and builder of the telekinetic influenzmaschine. The important unanswered question which it seems to raise is: whether or not Nitschel and Paul Baumann met at some stage, brought together by their similarities in religious convictions and similarities in their technical skills. Or perhaps both of them are one and the same person?
The second inventor of the telekinetic Influenzmaschine is considered to be Paul Baumann. He was born in 1917 in a multi-children farming family near Linden, Switzerland. Even as a pupil of local primary school he demonstrated unusual technical talents, building various experimental devices. At an older age he become known for his clock-making capabilities. Around 1950, together with twelve of his farming friends, he organized in Linden the religious community Methernitha. (Address in 1991: Methernitha, CH-3517 Linden bei Bern, Switzerland.) The principles of this community recreate and implement the life of first Christian communes. When in 1991 I visited Methernitha, Baumann was one of the leaders of this commune. The work on his influenzmaschine Baumann began around 1965. The first two operational prototypes of this machine he built around the year 1978. He called these first machines "Testatica". (However, I never heard that he claimed actual inventing them and building them by himself.) Testatica were built as small, single-disk, telekinetic free energy devices, whose principles of operation were based on the Töpler's electrostatic machine (i.e. these free energy devices had only a single disk, whereas the function of a second disk was performed by stationary electrodes). Only two models of Testatica were ever built. They are operational until today, kept in the confines of the Methernitha community. They produce around 200 Watt of electric energy. Around 1983, this time supported by seven men from his new developmental team at Methernitha, Paul Baumann built the third model of his free energy device, having two counter-rotating disks. He called it the "Thesta-Distatica". The explanation for this name given to me was that "Thesta" means "prototype for testing", "Di" means "having two disks", whereas "statica" means "based on electrostatic interactions". The operation of this new free energy device was based on the Wimshurst electrostatic machine. The use of two disks allowed for a better induction of electrostatic charges, thus increasing the output from this free energy device. Some kind of curiosity can raise the fact that this machine displays a few details which are at least an unusual coincidence. For example the nominal diameters of both disks of the Thesta-Distatica are 548 mm, i.e. equal to the unit of length in this monograph called the "cosmic cubit" and used by all advanced civilizations for the dimensioning of their Magnocraft-like spaceship (UFOs) - see equation (F16) in subsection F4.7 /?/. In 1991 Paul Baumann together with his 7-man strong developmental team began the completion of his next (fourth) telekinetic free energy device. The construction and most of technical details of this new machine remain unknown at the present stage, but various rumours spread around say that it is also based on the Wimshurst electrostatic machine, and that the diameter of its disks is around 2.2 meters (i.e. 4 "cosmic cubits"). For my best knowledge this (fourth) telekinetic einfluenzmaschine is not completed even today.
Soon after Testatica was built, i.e. from 1978, Paul Baumann made available all his machines for unlimited and free inspection by members of the general public. Sometimes visitors were even allowed to photograph and to measure the machines. Amongst inspecting people were numerous engineers and scientists. The number of people arriving to the Methernitha in order to see these wonder machines eventually increased to such an extent that it gradually disorganized the life of the around 250 people strong community. It is estimated that during the peak years of 1983-4 Baumann's machines were seen each day by around 10-20 people. In order to decrease the number of visitors, in 1984 a payment amounting to SFr1000 per person was introduced. However, this payment did not decrease the number of arriving people, while it brought to the hosts various tensions and problems. For this reason in 1985 the Methernitha took a radical decision to completely cease showing their machines. Instead, in 1989 a 26 minute-long documentary video about these devices was made, which replaced their demonstration (in 1991 this video, with the German, English, or French commentary, could be purchased directly from the Methernitha for the price of about 200 Swiss Franks). For the duration of 10 to 14 May 1991, I visited Methernitha with the hope of seeing their free energy devices. Unfortunately, they did not make an exception from their former decision and did not show the Thesta-Distatica to me. The only benefit that I accomplished from this trip to Switzerland was that I talked to around 10 people who had witnessed the operation of this machine with their own eyes, and also I had the honour of meeting and talking in person to the genius-inventor, Paul Baumann.
The third inventor of the telekinetic influenzmaschine is me - the author of this monograph. My invention was born from a need to describe this free energy device in the first edition of monograph . When writing this edition I considered it to be my duty to also describe the famous Testa-Distatica. Unfortunately, I had no access to any description of this device apart from the earlier mentioned very brief item from the Raum & Zeit, (nr 34, Juni/Juli 1988, page 94). However, knowing the action of the Telekinetic Effect, the general design of free energy devices, and the operation of Wimshurst electrostatic machine, I managed to work out and to describe in my monograph  how the telekinetic influenzmaschine should look and operate. The subsequent visit to the Methernitha almost three years later (i.e. in 1991), reassured me that all the key technical features of my invention, which I envisaged and designed, were almost identical to those already implemented in the existing model of the Thesta-Distatica. (Of course, I am forced by my strange circumstances to work solely in a theoretical manner, and thus I had no opportunity yet to build my devices.)
Three subsequent inventions of the same influenzmaschine by three inventors who did not know details of devices developed by others, confirm the correctness of the commonly prevailing opinion that when the right time for a given invention comes, then a number of people independently of each other are capable of conceiving this invention. This in turn can be interpreted as the indication that new inventions represent a kind of gift addressed to the whole mankind, not only to those few individuals who first conceived them.
There is a sad ending to the history of telekinetic influenzmaschines. This is the fact that in spite being constructed and working perfectly, none of these wonder devices is allowed to work for the good of our civilisation. All of them are strangely suppressed in various ways by the same mysterious evil force that suppressed also other free energy devices described in this monograph. In turn the first builder of these devices met with a horrible death – like designed especially to scare other people from pursuing this invention.
LA2.3.2. Excuses of Methernitha for withdrawal of dissemination of Influenzmaschines
When in 1991 I visited Methernitha, one of the questions that I asked my hosts was: why they do not undertake the serial production and dissemination of their wonder machine. In my personal opinion, this machine could save our civilisation from a self-destruction, and also could accelerate the freeing of humanity from claws of evil parasites from UFOs. As an answer the representative of Methernitha explained to me an excuse, which according to what I wrote in chapter VB /?/, UFOnauts most probably manipulated into minds of this commune, to motivate them for an infinitively long holding back the dissemination of their devices. According to this excuse, in case of dissemination of this wonder device already now, it is going to introduce more bad than good to our civilisation. For this reason, according to Methernitha, there is not yet the right time to initiate the production and sale of this machine. (This right time supposedly is to come only when our civilisation falls a victim of a global catastrophe that UFOnauts are foretelling to us for a long time.) When I started to ask for details of this strange view – i.e. that this wonder devices is going to cause more bad than good, several negative consequences of the introduction of this machine to use was presented to me. Knowing the current situation in the world, the builders of the influennzmachine are convinced, that apart from the commonly known and easy to predict desirable consequences of this device, it is also going to introduce much greater number of highly undesirable such consequences. On these negative consequences Methernitha concentrates the entire its attention, while it completely ignores the desirable consequences of this machine. Although I do not share the decision of Methernitha, because I believe that never there is going to be a situation that any invention is to introduce exclusively positive consequences (see the moral “Principle of Counterpolarity” described in subsection I4.1.1), for a scientific exactitude I decided to describe here and publish these predicted negative consequences that this machine is to introduce. After all, we must be fully aware not only the advantages, but also disadvantages of this wonder machine. So this subsection is to explain these undesirable consequences of the introduction of telekinetic free energy devices.
Although the reservations and arguments of the Methernitha constitute the major component of these negative consequences, in this subsection I have not limited myself to repeating only what I heard from Methernitha. After all, I know about the philosophical fact of the existence of good and bad consequences for practically everything. Also, being an inventor myself, I am well familiar with the internal doubts and tortures that every creator of a device with breakthrough implications for our civilization faces while making decisions concerning the dissemination of his or her invention. In order to appreciate the responsibility and moral weight attached to such a decision, I suggest to you (i.e. the reader) to think for a moment what you would do if you would be the inventor of, let us say, the Magnocraft, and know that only one such vehicle is required to totally annihilate a country of the size of England in around 12 hours, and that no present weapon can oppose this vehicle. Would you promote this invention risking that the Magnocraft may fall into the hands of some irresponsible group or individual, who could utilize it for the destruction of the mankind, or would you rather forget about the Magnocraft completely? The above is reinforced by the fact that I know perfectly the principles of operation and phenomena that free energy devices induce. So I am able to predict further negative and destructive implications of these machines, which other people simply overlooked. So I additionally introduced and explained here also the predictions of negative implication of the use of free energy devices that stem from my own analyses and from my own knowledge of the operation of this device. This is because, if I am presenting here negative consequences of this device, I should make sure that this presentation is as complete as possible. After all, it is good to know in advance, that if misused or improperly used, instead of being a blessing, these devices could turn also into a curse of our civilization.
An example of the most obvious of the negative implications of building the telekinetic influenzmaschine, on which the Methernitha concentrates the most of its attention, is opening the way for the abuse of this device in military purposes. It is not difficult to imagine the military advantage that one side would gain over the other, if its army would have aeroplanes that have no limits to the range of their flights, submarines that do not need to emerge to the surface, tanks that do not require fuel, torpedoes that are capable of crossing entire oceans, missiles (e.g. telekinetic equivalents of present “cruise missiles”) that are capable of reaching every distant target and the range of which is not limited by the amount of fuel, etc.
The other equally negative implication connected with the introduction of these machines to use, is the creation of an unexpected and rapid economic advantage that a country, or a block of countries, having such machine as a first, would gain over the rest of the world. As the cost of energy can constitute even up to 80% of the total cost of some products, having energy for free would allow the winning country to eliminate all its competition and in the matter of a few years to become the world's leading economic power and monopoly.
However, independently of these military and monopolistic threats, the completion of telekinetic influenzmaschines would also introduce various hazards during their exclusive civil and unpreferencial utilization. So let us now analyse briefly the most important out of these non-military effects, that the wide dissemination of free energy devices may cause. During learning about these hazards it is worth to remember, that their appearance in the manner and extend described here can take place only when our civilisation is to maintain the present philosophy of parasitism. But if there is a change of the commonly practiced philosophy, from the present immoral parasitism into the futuristic moral totalizm, then many of the consequences described below may not appear at all, or appear – but be easily taken under control. (Note that such a global change of the prevailing philosophy can be triggered just by the introduction of telekinetic free energy devices.) Here is a list of the most important out of these undesirable effects that can be brought about by the wide non-military utilization of telekinetic free energy devices:
#1. The cooling of the Earth's climate. There are certain chemical reactions which bind heat of our atmosphere and convert this heat into various flammable substances. Examples of products obtained during such heat-binding reactions are coal and crude oil. In the event of the wide utilization of telekinetic influenzmaschines, the production of this type of substances would rapidly grow. The reasons for this would be as follows:
- In order to boost food production, farmers would heat the soil, converting in this way the thermal energy from our atmosphere into raw organic matter.
- The free energy would encourage heating of water. This would be done not only for industrial purposes, and in homes (e.g. in swimming pools with flowing water), but also in natural water reservoirs (e.g. for farming tropical fish species). The subsequent flow of such warmed water to seas would cause the growth of plankton and organisms which would bound the atmospheric heat into their organic matter.
- To increase the fertility of the soil, most of the organic matter currently burnt would be recycled into the soil (to produce humus).
- In order to decrease pollution of the air, and also because of the inconvenience of present combustion devices, the burning of fossil fuels and organic matter (wood) would be stopped.
- The lack of a need for conventional energy sources would eliminate the present mining and burning of fossil fuels which release significant amounts of thermal energy bound in such substances as coal and oil. In this manner the widespread use of influenzmaschines would cause the subsequent binding and elimination of increasingly large amounts of heat from our atmosphere, thus gradually cooling the climate of Earth. This cooling in turn would disturb the ecological equilibrium, bringing about the return of the ice age with all its cataclysmic consequences (e.g. geological changes).
#2. The pollution of our atmosphere with huge amounts of undesirable, highly- active ozone. The effect of this pollution would be a reversal of the action of present "ozone hole". Apart from such obvious results as holding back the photosynthesis in vegetation, killing some needed micro-organisms, this could also accelerate the ageing process in people, intensify the corrosion of metals, rapidly wearing out and tearing of solid objects, undermining the processes that keep people healthy, etc. In the case of especially intensive emission of ozone, it could even happen that the very life-giving conditions of our planet can be undermined.
#3. The triggering of the explosion of unneeded production. Presently the production of any goods is limited by the costs of energy required for their manufacture. However, when energy will be for free, producers will be limited only by the absorption of the market. In order to increase this absorption, they will apply various tricks, for example:
- The production of a disposable packaging which requires more energy and materials than the product itself.
- Convincing the population (via advertisements, fashion, social role models, new customs) of needs which in fact do not exist. An example of how this is already being done is the multiplying of various commercially oriented events (e.g. fathers day, mothers day, valentine's day) and then putting social pressures on people forcing them to purchase various unneeded goods made especially for these occasions.
- The intensification of production which serves exclusively for entertainment, shows, advertisements.
- The production of increasingly large proportion of disposable goods prepared for one use only.
In turn such marketing strategy will quickly convert our planet into a large rubbish dump overflowing with used packaging, disposable products, one-time entertainment goods, etc.
#4. The increase of poorness of the so-called “third world” and the lengthening of the distance between rich and poor countries. In the present circumstances of expensive energy, the production of many goods at the spot is not profitable and it is more economic to bring these goods from other countries. Because of this bringing, poor countries are still able to offer to the rest of world at least a part of the resources that they have. But in situation, when energy is going to be for free, many rich countries will not be prepared to put us with the lack of reliability, with constant problems, with dangers, and with inconvenience of the trade with poor countries. Thus they are rather going to produce the required goods on their own soil. For example, instead of importing bananas from dangerous and unreliable “banana republics”, it become much easier to build heated glasshouses on the own soil and to produce bananas in own country with a higher efficiency, higher success ratio, and in a manner that fulfils all standards and requirements of the local market.
#5. The fall and disintegration of the present concepts of worth, quality, good versus bad, etc. Because of the to-date high costs of the production of some goods, our civilization established the system of values in which such attributes as permanency, reliability, unchangeability, productivity, diligence, are appreciated the most. However, in the case of decrease in costs of production, these old values will inevitably be replaced by new ones, more compatible with human nature. Thus with the elapse of time the production of disposable, one-use goods will increase. The system of value of these goods will be described by a different set of attributes, such as: appearance, pleasantness, convenience, instantaneity, etc. This tendency is already observed in many products such as milk containers, napkins, handkerchiefs, syringes, shavers, toothbrushes, etc. In the final effect all products will probably be made for single use only, as it is more pleasant to always use entirely new things than second-hand ones. Of course these changes in the material domain will be transferred also into the philosophical domain. Thus, instead of being faithful to an old friendship, partnership, lover, employer, country, etc., society will display tendencies for changing everything into a newer one (it is interesting that already now, the more technologically advanced a given nation is, the greater such tendency seems to be displayed). In turn the lack of permanency and stability is the beginning of chaos. The above will be additionally amplified by the desire of producers to increase the sale of their goods, which will result in the promotion of a consuming, graspy, lazy, and egoistic lifestyle.
#6. The unimaginable migration of people, instability of populations, and demographic explosion. The fact that people currently spend most of their life in the place of their residence mainly results from the costs and inconvenience of travelling. But when travelling becomes almost free, and when people can travel with their whole house and possessions then everyone will be on the move. Instead of the nearest shop people will go shopping to the next city or even country. When they become bored with one place, they will move to another. Bad weather will initiate the shifting. In the final effect, the whole population of our planet will be in a state of continuous move, disorganizing production, choking highways and transport facilities, and making any control over crime, conduct, morality, health, epidemics, etc., almost impossible. Contributing to the above would be a demographic explosion which would be the effect of reducing the costs of bringing up children (these costs today are one of the main breaks that limit the number of children).
#7. The devaluation and fall of the present structures of power. The organization of countries and societies on the present principles will not be possible any longer after the introduction of these machines. The main reasons for this are as follows:
- The telekinetic free energy devices make very difficult, if not impossible, the execution of payments for the energy they produce. Even if the authorities introduced the law enforcing that newly-sold influenzmaschines must be provided with electricity meters, these machines are simple enough for many people to make them on their own, and enough small to be secretly used. Payments for the energy used in most of the countries lie at the foundations of the present system of taxes. In turn the system of taxes is the backbone of almost every country. Therefore, in the face of impossibility of charging for the energy consumed, the whole present structure of countries and governments may collapse.
- The influenzmaschine undermines the present orthodox scientific and educational establishment. Contemporary societies raise numerous objections against philosophical and moral foundations of present orthodox science and education. For example these objections state that science in the current form leads our civilization to destruction. By intentional removal of the spiritual element science introduces a growing disproportion between technological and spiritual development. Therefore, an increasingly growing number of people in the world call for the reformation of science and education. The reason for which this reformation was not forced upon science as yet, is the lack of an obvious proof that present science is wrong. But the influenzmaschine and other free energy devices provide just such a proof. Therefore the wide introduction of these machines will probably release the long suppressed need for the total reformation of orthodox science and education.
- The Concept of Dipolar Gravity, from which the explanation for the operation of influenzmaschines is derived, reforms also the foundation of religion. It is because in this concept, the substance which prevails in the other world and from which the counter-material copies of all objects are made, in its natural state is capable of thinking. Therefore, in the Concept of Dipolar Gravity, the entire universe is a kind of a huge brain (i.e. the "universal intellect" by religions called God), in which we all are submerged and which "hears" all our thoughts. Apart from the physical laws, this intellect also introduces and executes a set of "moral laws" (e.g. the "Boomerang Principle" which states approximately that "whatsoever a given person does to others, after a purposely delayed time exactly the same will be done to this person") which is a component of every religion. The Concept of Dipolar Gravity also teaches that the universal intellect can be objectively investigated with the use of tools which currently are domain of science (not religion). In this way, the dissemination of influenzmaschines which represent a physical proof for the correctness of the Concept of Dipolar Gravity, may cause the fall of present religious institutions and structures, and the adoption of this new concept as a new scientific-technical-religious philosophy of the mankind.
The country, science, education, and religion are the foundations of present societies. Their possible undermining could cause a revolution of the extend unknown in the history of mankind. In the course of this revolution chaos and anarchy could begin to prevail which could mark the end of our civilization as we know it.
Being aware of the majority of the above negative consequences of the introduction of
telekinetic influenzmaschines to a commercial use, Paul Baumann and his developmental team made the decision of delaying the spreading out of the Thesta-Distatica's technology. When I talked to them in 1991, they told me that in their opinion after the next ten years the conditions on our planet will prevail which will be more favourable towards the release of this revolutionary invention. (I should stress, that already 13 years passed since that discussion, and the Thesta-Distatica machine still is not allowed to begin its service for the humanity.) In the meantime, while waiting for the arrival of these more favourable times, the gradual improvement and perfecting of the Thesta-Distatica should be undertaken.
Readers have probably realized by now that myself, although having the highest respect and admiration for Baumann's technical genius, I do not approve of the decision of the Methernitha to delay the commercialization of the Thesta-Distatica (if I did approve, I would not have published the principles of this device in this monograph). I agree that all the changes in societies described above will in fact be triggered to some extent by the introduction of this wonder machine. However, I also believe (although I do not exclude the possibility that I may be wrong) that:
#I. These changes are to be induced by the thoughtless nature of people and by their philosophy, not by free energy devices. Thus, if only the favourable conditions begin to prevail, similar changes will appear even if people do not have access to free energy devices.
#II. The appearance of these changes will release appropriate reactions within the mentality and philosophies of people. These reactions will in turn neutralize the majority of undesirable consequences described above. In the final effect, the changes described here will actually facilitate the evolution of the future society whose lifestyle and principles will be much better than ours.
#III. According to the Law of Counterpolarity, it is never going to be possible to build a machine or a device, which would introduce exclusively positive consequences.
Furthermore, according to the action of moral laws, the inventor, discoverer, creator, or supplier of a given device does not bear the moral responsibility for the manner in which his or her creation is going to be used, but only for the fact of making it available to humanity and for providing people with all information that he or she gathered about this creation. In addition to these moral factors that argue for the fast dissemination of telekinetic influenzmaschines, it is also sure that these telekinetic free energy devices at the same time create the chance for saving our civilization from gradual self-destruction caused by currently prevailing plagues (such as poisoning of the natural environment, diminishing of natural resources, the devaluation of authority, the moral decay, etc.). Furthermore, they open new horizons which possibly are going to wake up our civilisation from the present illusion, and convince it to begin defending itself from these morally decadent UFOnauts that occupy our planet. For example, the introduction of telekinetic free energy devices to wide use, is going to provide a visual proof that the Concept of Dipolar Gravity – which forecasted them and explained their operation, is absolutely correct. This in turn should make think even the most devoted worshipers of TV sets, letting them know that practically everything that this concept states is true and correct. This means that not only free energy devices do exist and work - as this concept describes them, but that also moral laws do exist and work, that there is the superior being called the “universal intellect” which judges every single our action, that totalizm is the correct philosophy of life, etc. So these people, who after the spread of telekinetic free energy devices would still murder others, would live immoral lives, and would break moral laws, would be simply stupid idiots that ask for consequences which without doubt are going to get them.
Thus, in order to act accordingly to my own principles, I decided to support all efforts aimed at the completion of other working prototypes of telekinetic influenzmaschines, and aimed at putting this wonder device into the service of our civilization. (Note that in my extremely difficult personal circumstances, I am unable to build myself the devices that I invented.) Thus, the publishing in this monograph exact descriptions of the design and operation of these devices, and making these descriptions available to every potential builder, is my contribution, as well as the first and the most important step, to these efforts.
LA2.3.3. Design, main circuitry, and operation of the telekinetic influenzmaschine Motto of this subsection: “The totaliztic help does not depend on doing something for someone, but on providing such encouragement, information, and directing, that this someone could do it by himself.”
I never have had the opportunity to personally see the Thesta-Distatica. Thus the description provided in this subsection is NOT my report from examining of that particular Swiss machine. It is rather the documentation of a telekinetic influenzmaschine invented and developed by myself on the basis of my knowledge and my research on the Telekinetic Effect. Therefore this machine is called here a “telekinetic influenzmaschine of my own invention”, or simply a “telekinetic influenzmaschine”. The use of this name emphasizes, that the device I am describing here is not exactly the famous Thesta-Distatica already build by the Methernitha, but a machine of my own invention. However, I purposely designed my machine in such a manner, that the appearance, main components, and effects of operation of it, are intended to correspond to those from the Swiss Thesta-Distatica. The correspondence of the free energy device of my invention documented here, to the design and operation of the Thesta-Distatica was verified and confirmed by me on the basis of all data that were available. This data originated from my personal discussions with people who observed this machine with their own eyes, correspondence with VENE and Methernitha, photographs and the documentary video of the Thesta-Distatica, and also from all descriptions and drawings prepared by other investigators, which I could get hold of. Unfortunately, the absolute agreeability of the telekinetic influenzmaschine of my invention that I am describing here, with the Thesta- Distatica, cannot be fully guaranteed.
The mechanical structure of the Thesta-Distatica is shown in Img.109 (LA5). Part c) of Img.109 (LA5) shows the framework of this machine. The telekinetic influenzmaschine is built on a wooden framework consisting of two beams (i.e. a horizontal basis b), and a vertical column t) at the back side of the machine) that are put together into the shape of the letter "T" reversed upside down - see part c) of Img.109 (LA5). To the upper end of the column t) a single permanent magnet (Mo) is attached, whose field points out at electrodes of the both disks of the machine, forming close magnetic circuit with another magnet (M) attached to the head (ho). The column (t) holds the axel (O) protruding forward in middle of the height. This axel carries bearings of two rotary disks, the frontal one marked (dc), and the back one marked (dg). These disks can rotate independently from each other in two opposite directions. In the frontal part of the Thesta-Distatica (i.e. facing both disks) additional carrying frame made of transparent plexiglas is attached. This frame includes a central flat beam (vc) oriented vertically, two side flat beams (vl) and (vr) also oriented vertically - which hold induction heads (h1) to (h4), a horizontal shelf (sl) carrying capacitors (l1), (l2) and (l3), and a horizontal beam (sh) that carries the collection heads (H-) and (H+).
The main kinetic components of this free energy device are shown in part (d) of Img.109 (LA5). The most important of these are two plexiglass disks that rotate on a common axel in two opposite directions. The front disk, called "the cloud" by the Methernitha, is marked as (dc), whereas the back one, called "the ground", is marked as (dg). Both disks have a diameter of 548 mm and a thickness of 5 mm. To the outside (means frontal) surface of the front disk (dc) – named the cloud, and also to both surfaces of the back disk (dg) – named the ground, 48 leaf-like electrodes, called "lamellas" by the Methernitha, are attached. Each of these electrodes is perforated into the shape of a ladder concentrically narrowing down, and has dimensions: length 190 mm, maximal width 22 mm, and thickness 2 mm. These electrodes are cut out of a steel plate and coated with chrome for the protection from oxidising action of ozone (I heard the opinion that much more effective, but also much more expensive, would be electrodes made of a gold or silver plate.) People who inspected the Thesta-Distatica claim that the electrodes display a slight magnetization. However, at this stage it is difficult to determine if this magnetization is intentional, or is a by-product (residue magnetization) of the co-operation between the electrodes and magnets of the spindle (Ts) and head (ho). Both disks, i.e. the front (dc) and the back (dg) are assembled on bearings attached to the axel (O) sticking out from the column (t) at half of the height.
Under the disks, column (t) has also attached bearings of the spindle (Ts). This spindle holds a small disk with a diameter d=120 mm, which carries magnets (m), and two parallel pulleys (Pb) and (Pr). The first (Pb) of these pulleys (this closer to the magnets) has its own bearings, which allow it to rotate independently from the rotations of the spindle (Ts). In turn the other pulley (Pr) is wedged permanently with the spindle (Ts). The axis of the rotation of the spindle (Ts) is perpendicular to the axis of the rotation of both large disks (dc) and (dg). The pulleys (Pb) and (Pr) of the spindle (Ts) are linked by a single elastic belt (B) with the pulleys (Pc) and (Pg) attached to the outside surfaces of each large disk (dc) and (dg). Thus the belt (B) forms a kinetic link that couples together all the rotary parts of the telekinetic influenzmaschine, forming from them a single- function unit. In this unit, the rotating of any part forces the rotation of both disks (dc) and (dg) in two opposite directions, as well as the rotation of the spindle (Ts). Although the existing telekinetic influenzmaschines do not have a starting crank, I would suggest that in order to ignite and test own prototypes, developers who work on these machines supply them into such a crank.
The subsequent electric components of the telekinetic influenzmaschine are shown in parts a), b) and e) of Img.109 (LA5) and also on Img.110 (LA6). One of the most important of these components are four collecting heads (H-) and (H+), wired together into two couples – see part (b) in Img.109 (LA5b). In each of these couples, one head co-operates with the front disk (see Img.109 (LA5b)), whereas the other - with the back disk (Img.109 (LA5a)). Directly connected to these heads (H) through a wire of especially high capacity are two powerful capacitors (L-) and (L+). (The construction of these capacitors (L-) and (L+) is the commercial secret of the Methernitha and there is a lot of speculations regarding their details. However, from the operation of the telekinetic influenzmaschine it can be deducted that they must represent a kind of crossing between high power capacitors and autotransformers.) The electrostatic charges accumulated in the capacitors (L) are subsequently supplied to a user via output terminals (Wo) with two poles (-) and (+). The function similar to that of the capacitors (L), but catering for the needs of the machine itself (i.e. not for the outside user) are two long capacitors (Lb-) and (Lb+) shaped like tubes, assembled on the back side of the machine (Img.109 (LA5a)). The active element of these capacitors (Lb), similarly like for capacitors (L), are wire coils. Capacitors (Lb) are connected via resistors (Rr) and (Rl) to two collecting combs (C-) and (C+) and two induction heads (h5-) and (h6+), also placed on the back side of the machine. The collecting combs "C" and induction heads (h5), (h6) have their equivalents on the front side in four front induction heads, in the part (b) of Figure LA5 marked as (h1+), (h2-), (h3+) and (h4-). These heads are connected together via a small capacitor marked as (C2). The neutral induction head (ho) located on the very top, is connected with two capacitors marked as (C4) and (C5) and two inductors marked (I1) and (I2). These inductors (I1) and (I2) take the form of horse-shoe permanent magnets shaped like the reversed letter "U" having two coils wired bifilar around its two ends – see also the description of telekinetic battery provided in subsection LA2.4.1 below. The electrical components described above are complemented with a “reciprocator” or a “tube” (T) placed on the top of column (t), and with a dynamo-motor (Dm) attached to the back of the column (t) near the head from the spindle (Ts) - both these parts are plugged into the circuit of regulation of the rotational speed of all kinetic components of the telekinetic influenzmaschine.
The telekinetic influenzmaschine incorporates several special components, which are extremely vital for the operation of it. Two most important of these special components are the tube (T) and two inductors (I1) and (I2). Both these components are explained in details when the design and operation of telekinetic battery is being explained (see subsection LA2.4. below). So in this subsection these are not discussed again. The third slightly different component of telekinetic influenzmaschine, are the collecting capacitors marked as (L-), (L+), (Lb-) and (Lb+). These capacitors fulfil the function very similar to the layden jars in electrostatic Wimshurst machine. It is worth mentioning that the Methernitha introduced special modifications to the capacitors (L-) and (L+), so that apart from the accumulation of charges they could also decrease the output voltage (e.g. the Thesta-Distatica normally produces around 700 to 900 Volt, however, due to the use of these capacitors of a special design this voltage is decreased to around 250 Volt required for the use in ordinary households). But this additional function represents a kind of "extra" addition and has nothing to do with the principles of operation of this machine - i.e. the telekinetic influenzmaschine would also perfectly operate if fitted with any other capacitors in the place of (L), only that then its output voltage would be much higher.
The electric connections and wiring of the telekinetic influenzmaschine are shown in Img.110 (LA6). These form three basic functional components, in the description below marked as (#1) the electrostatic induction motor, (#2) the telekinetic battery, and (#3) the rotational velocity controller. The general principle of operation of these three components is very simple. Namely the electrostatic induction motor (#1) consumes a part of the electric current that is supplied by the telekinetic battery (#2) to the capacitors (L-) and (L+). This current is converted into the mechanical motion of spinning of both disks (dc) and (dg) from the telekinetic influenzmaschine. In turn the rotation of the disk (dc) generates a sequence of stable electrical impulses on the head (ho). These impulses are then fed as the input of the telekinetic battery (#2). In the battery this impulses cause that an AC electric current is generated and supplied to capacitors (L-) and (L+). A part of this AC electricity can be used for supplying the motor (#1) into energy. In this way the electric motor (#1) sustains the operation of the telekinetic battery (#2), while the telekinetic battery (#2) sustains the rotation of the motor (#1). In order all this is happening in a stabile manner, the constant speed of the motor (#1) is controlled by the special rotational velocity controller (#3). This controller (#3) maintains the constant speed of the motor (#1) and the front disk (dc) of it, thus maintaining the stable operation of the battery (#2). Now we will proceed with the explanation of the operation and components for all these basic components of the telekinetic influenzmaschine.
#1. The electrostatic induction motor. This motor consumes the majority of the components and circuits of the telekinetic influenzmaschine. It is so designed and build, that it consumes electrical energy accumulated in capacitors (L-) and (L+), and converts this energy into the rotational motion of disks (dc) and (dg). (This electrical energy is supplied to (L-) and (L+) by the telekinetic battery described below.) In the telekinetic influenzmaschine this motor performs two functions. The first of these is purely psychological. It depends on providing a visual proof, that this machine works and that it generates the rotary motion practically infinitively, in spite of the fact that it is NOT supplied in any form of energy. (I.e. it proves illustratively, that the construction of “perpetuum mobile” is possible, in spite that our present orthodox science is denying such a possibility.) The second function of this motor is to form the so-called “pulser” for the telekinetic battery. This function depends on the generation by the front disk (dc) of this motor, of a series of impulses for Europe having the frequency of f=50 Hz (while f=60 Hz for America). These impulses are collected from the electrodes of the front disk (dc) by the head (ho), and then forwarded to the entry to telekinetic battery.
The principle of operation of the electrostatic induction motor described here is a reversal of the principle of electrostatic machine (e.g. the Töpler machine or the Wimshurst machine). Only that, in fact this motor is working on an AC current. This motor is composed from the following components wired together as this is shown in Img.110 (LA6): two pairs of induction heads (H-) and (H+) and collecting combs (G-) and (G+) – notice that each of these pairs cooperates with electrodes of both disks, i.e. front and back; special capacitors (L-) and (L+). With these parts the output terminal (Wo) is connected, which supplies to the user the energy produced by the telekinetic influenzmaschine. This output terminal collects the AC electrical current produced by the telekinetic influenzmaschine and supplies it to an end user.
In a brief summary the operation of the electrostatic induction motor is as follows. Electrical charges are induced on electrodes of both disks of the telekinetic influenzmaschine by heads (H-) and (H+). This induction is occurring in one position of these disks. Then the charges are collected with the collecting combs (G-) and (G+) in other position of these disks. These charges originate from capacitors (L-) and (L+), the ground plates of which are linked with each other, and from which these charges can be drawn by the user through the exit terminal (Wo). The appropriate distribution of these electrostatic charges on both disks induces electrostatic forces, which cause the rotational motion of these disks. Description of these forces is contained in monograph [6/2]. Details of this operation are rather complex and require thorough studies of principles of electrostatic induction machines, plus the reversal of these principles so that they form an electrostatic induction motor.
In the telekinetic influenzmaschine that has two disks, such as e.g. the Swiss Thesta- Distatica, actually two such electrostatic induction motors must be present. Namely the frontal one and the back one. Each one of these is supplied from a separate pair of capacitors. However, for the actual operation of this machine only a single disk and a single motor, namely the frontal one, is needed. The back one is just only an additional kinetic ballast, which functionally is not utilised at all, and serves only for creating visual effects.
The back electrostatic induction motor, is non-vital for the operation of this machine. It is placed on the back of the telekinetic influenzmaschine. It is composed of the back disk (dg), above the surface of which two induction heads marked (h5) and (h6) and two collecting combs (G-) and (G+) are fitted. These heads and combs co-operate with the back capacitors (Lb-) and (Lb+). Together with them they form another complete circuit of a back electrostatic induction motor. The operation of this motor is very similar as the operation of the frontal motor. Only that it takes electric charges from the back capacitors (Lb-) and (Lb+), and that it transforms these charges into the motion of the back disk (dg).
At this point it should be emphasized again, that the back motor, as well as the back disk (dg), are completely unnecessary for the operation of the telekinetic influenzmaschine. Their function can be well replaced by the permanents heads that are electrified with charges originating from capacitors (L-) and (L+). So in case of possible removal of this back disk and motor, the two-disk telekinetic inflouenzmaschine described here would transform into a single disk machine similar to the Töpler’s electrostatic device (means into the original Brosan’s device).
#2. The telekinetic battery. The telekinetic battery is the most vital functional component of the telekinetic influenzmaschine of my invention, shown in Img.110 (LA6). After all, it is this battery that generates electrical current and thus supplies this machine and the external user into free electrical energy. This battery is almost identical as the one that I am describing in subsection LA2.4.1. below. The electric circuits of this battery begin at the electrode (ho), which in this battery performs the function of the pulser (Q). In turn they finish on capacitors (L-) and (L+), which accumulate the electrical energy that this battery generates. The most vital components of this telekinetic battery are two inductors (I1) and (I2). They are connected with capacitors (C1) and (C3). It is also connected to the tube (reciprocator) marked (T). Together with this tube the connections and the operation of this battery almost exactly correspond to the operation of the telekinetic battery described in subsection LA2.4. below – where the readers may gain the understanding of it. The only difference in the circuitry of this battery is the pulser. Instead of the resonance chamber (D) and the quartz crystal (Q) – as this takes the place in the telekinetic battery shown in Img.111 (LA7), in the telekinetic influenzmaschine the electrical impulses are formed by charges on the electrodes (E) from the frontal disk (dc), which (electrodes) are passing under the head (ho). So in the telekinetic infuenzmaschine function of the pulser is performed by the spinning electrodes (E) and by the head (ho).
The extremely vital attribute of the telekinetic battery is, that it generates the alternating current (AC). The frequency (f) of this AC current is dependent on the frequency of electrical impulses that are generated by the pulser. So in the telekinetic influenzmaschine it depends on the number of electrodes (e) which move under the head (ho), and thus which generate the impulses forwarded to the telekinetic battery, and on the rotational velocity (n) with which revolves the disk (dc) with electrodes (e). This frequency can be expressed with the equation:
F = ne (1LA2.3.3)
It is obvious that this frequency must coincide with the frequency f = 50 Hz of the conventional electricity supply in Europe (or with the frequency f = 60 Hz of such supply in America). This means that for the practical number of electrodes e = 48 on the front disk (dc) of the telekinetic influenzmaschine, this frequency is defining the rotational velocity of the front disk at the value that in Europe is equal to n = 62.6 revolution per minute (RPM).
In spite of the claims of various people, that the Thesta-Distatica produces a direct current (DC), in fact this telekinetic influenzmaschine must be the source of the alternating current (AC) that is capable of a direct supply of present electrical appliances in our houses. After all, this current is generated in it by the telekinetic battery. In turn such a battery is able to only generate the alternating current (AC).
The unique attribute of the electricity generated by the telekinetic batteries, and thus also by the telekinetic influenzmaschine, is that their variations in time introduce a telekinetic asymmetry. Thus all phenomena induced by this device display consequences of the Telekinetic Effect in action. In the final result, near such telekinetic influenzmaschines various telekinetic “supernatural phenomena” are going to appear, which are not understood by the present orthodox science, but which are characteristic for the Telekinetic Effect – see their list provided near the end of subsection LB2. For example, bulbs supplied from this machine are going to show the tendency for unlimitedly long life, people exposed to the action of the heat generated by electricity from this machine may rapidly heal and regain perfect vigour, people present in the circle of light generated by this machine are going to experience telepathy and insights into the future (visions), vegetation in the vicinity of this machine are going to grow faster, healthier, and to larger sizes, etc. No wonder, that experiencing this type of phenomena, people from Methernitha surround their machine with almost a religious worship.
The above should be complemented with the information about a strange curiosity. Namely, this telekinetic free energy device contains the telekinetic battery build into it. On the other hand, the true functions as well as the principles of operation of this battery remain unknown to the builders of this machine. All this together, is one of the most convincing evidences, that the telekinetic influenzmaschines were given to our civilisation, not build by us. The generous creatures who gave this machine to humanity, are some sort of totaliztic beings that are more advanced than us, and sympathising with the doomed fate of humanity. It is almost sure, that they are the same beings, which gifted humanity with the telepathic pyramid described in subsection N2. Unfortunately, the evil UFOnauts who currently occupy our planet, are not willing to allow this machine to work for the good of humanity. So UFOnauts blocked the distribution of this wonder device, through hypnotic manipulations on minds of members of the hermetic Methernitha community.
One of the most vital circuits of the telekinetic battery is the circuit of the “pulser”. This circuit includes the so-called "neutral" induction head (ho) which represents the electric potential of the earth, connected to the both wires of the output terminal's circuit (W) via inductors (I1) and (I2), capacitors (C1) and (C3) and capacitors (C4) and (C5).
#3. The rotational velocity controller. This component of the telekinetic influenzmaschine is aimed at regulating the constant rotational velocity (n) of the front disk (dc). The point is that this velocity always supposed to coincide with the required velocity of n = 62.6 revolutions per minute (RPM), which is necessary for generating the AC electricity of the European frequency of f = 50 Hz. This controller is connected with the circuitry of the electrostatic induction motor (#1) via the tube (T) and two resistors (R1) and (R2), forming with this circuitry the negative (opposing) feedback. The components of the rotational velocity controller include the tube (T) mounted at the top of the vertical column of the framework of this machine, resistors (R1) and (R2) that produce a higher inertia of the control reactions, and the dynamo-motor (Dm) placed at the back of the machine, by the disk of the spindle (Ts) and within the range of magnets (m). The key to understanding the operation of this controller is the dynamo-motor (Dm). This (Dm) is a device with the reversible operation, which is a cross between a motor and a dynamo (generator). Thus one time it works as an electric motor. So it consumes electricity drawn from the circuitry of the telekinetic influenzmaschine, and converts this electricity into the rotations of the spindle (Ts). Another time it works as a dynamo (i.e. electricity generator). This means that it then consumes (holds back) the rotational motion of the spindle (Ts), and changes this motion into an electric current that is forwarded to circuitry of the telekinetic influenzmaschine. The function of the rotor in this dynamo-motor is performed by the spindle (Ts) holding a disk which holds 6 or 8 magnets (m).
The dynamo-motor (Dm) works as a motor only when the rotational velocity of disk (dc) – and thus also the spindle (Ts) – falls down below the required value of n = 62.6 revolutions per minute (RPM). (Means when this velocity is too slow.) In such a case the electricity supplied to (Dm) from the circuits of the influenzmaschine causes the acceleration of the spindle (Ts). In turn the acceleration of the rotations of this spindle, via the belt (B) and pulleys, increases the rotational velocity of the disk (dc). So through this mechanism, it increases the initially too slow velocity of the disk (dc) to the required value of n = 62.6 RPM.
The dynamo-motor (Dm) begins to operate as an electricity generator (dynamo), means as an electric brake, when the rotational speed of both disks increases above the required value of 62.6 RPM. (Means when it is too high.) In such a case the dynamo-motor (Dm) begins to operate as an electric brake which transforms the rotations of the spindle (Ts) into an electric current of the polarity indicated in Figure LA6 near the circuit's label (D). This current, because of the blocking action of the tube (T), is then subtracted from the current in the circuits of influenzmaschine, thus causing the fall of effectiveness of the electrostatic motor. This in turn slows down the rotation of the disk (dc). Such a mechanism of the operation of (Dm) as a dynamo in the final effect causes the fall of the rotational speed of both disks (dc) and (dg) to the required level of n=62.6 RPM.
The operation of the telekinetic influenzmaschine is initiated with a manual rotation of one of its disks, e.g. (dc). This rotation is transmitted by the belt (B) to the spindle (Ts) and then transformed into the opposite rotations of the other disk, e.g. (dg). The rotation of the front disk (dc) induces the sequence of electric impulses on the head (ho). These impulses are forwarded to the telekinetic battery, where they are reinforced with additional energy and send to the capacitors (L-) and (L+). From these capacitors the electrical energy flows back to the circuits of the electrostatic induction motors, which sustain the rotation of both disks (dc) and (dg). The transmission belt (B) intercepts the rotational motion of both disks (dc) and (dg) and propels the spindle (Ts). This spindle (Ts) causes the production or consumption of additional electricity in the dynamo-motor (Dm), thus controlling the rotational speed of the disk (dc) at the required level of n=62.6 RPM, and also stabilizing the rotation of the remaining kinetic components of the machine. In the result, this machine generates an AC electricity of constant and stable frequency f=50 Hz. This electricity is accumulated in the capacitors (L) of a special design, and finally supplied to the user via the output terminals (Wo).
While analysing the electrical diagram and also the principles of operation of the telekinetic influenzmaschine described here, it hits the eye that in fact it was designed NOT as a symmetrical two-disk free energy device similar to the Wimshurst machine, but as a single- disk Töpler device to which an additional second disk was artificially added. Expressing this in another words, it appears that the Swiss Thesta-Distatica is simply a single disk Testatica (or the Brosan’s telekinetic free energy device), which is furnished with a second disk that cooperates with some components of this device, e.g. with the tube (T) or the dynamo-motor (Dm). Thus the Thesta-Distatica was not improved neither in the electrical or operational sense in comparison to the Brosan’s telekinetic free energy devices. But the mechanical structure and the electrical circuitry become much more complicated in it. So at this point a question arises, why Baumann and his developmental team decided to depart from the concept of a simple in design and operation, and thus more prone for the improvements of the performance, one disk Testatica free energy device (by Brosan). Was it again an intrigue of UFOnauts to make the duplication of this machine by other inventors much more difficult. Or perhaps the reason was purely psychological and boiled down to the wish to have the “own” machine that distinctly differs from the original Brosan’s prototypes? In both cases the motives for the change of design was of a hidden agenda type (e.g. the wish to “father” own machine) not of the technical type (e.g. the improvement of the performance or the production of this machine). In turn, it is well known, that masters in just such manipulation on hidden motives of humans actions are UFOnauts who occupy us – see subsection VB4.2 /?/. So this strongly indicates that behind all these improbable difficulties with the inclusion of the telekinetic influenzmaschines to the technical accomplishments of our civilisations, are hiding our cosmic occupants from UFOs. The technical problems of the telekinetic influenzmaschine which are yet to be solved urgently are:
(1) the production of a high voltage combined with a small amperage (this problem seems to be a reversal of the problem with the N-Machine);
(2) the high sensitivity of this machine to atmospheric conditions, and
(3) the significant instability (fluctuation) of the output, reaching around 25%, which leads to fluctuation of the power supplied. (This fluctuation of the power most probably results from the lack of an efficient control mechanism that would adjust the parameters of output to user requirements. After all, the dynamo-motor (Dm) controls only the rotational velocity, means the frequency (f), not the power output from this machine.) Furthermore, as every other technical device, the present implementation of the telekinetic influenzmaschine (i.e. the Thesta-Distatica) has several undesirable side effects. The most vital out of these is that this telekinetic free energy device produces a lot of ultraviolet light, which is detrimental to eyes of people who stay nearby for a longer period of time. For example in Methernitha people who worked on the development of this machine in past were easily recognisable because they had red eyes. Also the electrostatic field that prevails between two disks leads to a strong ionisation of the air and to the production of a quantity of ozone. Although this ozone probably contributes towards the removal of the ozone hole in our atmosphere, at the direct contact it causes the rusting of all metal objects that are present in a given room. Thus, in practice, the design of the telekinetic influenzmaschine still requires fine-tuning before its effectiveness, reliability, and stability reach the level of the present electricity producing generators of the first generation. But this fine-tuning is a small problem, and can be fixed quickly - if our civilisation gains a chance of implementing this machine. The major problem with this machine is that UFOnauts are controlling it already, and it will be a difficult task for us to tear it out of their grabby claws.
LA2.3.4. How to arrange own experiments on constructing the telekinetic Influenzmaschine
The operation of the telekinetic influenzmaschine combines the action of as many as three of the following devices: (#1) an electrostatic induction motor, (#2) a telekinetic battery, and (#3) an electro-mechanical speed controller (i.e. the dynamo-motor – see (Dm) in Figure LA6). The superposition of these functions into a single machine is a task extremely difficult for a scientifically non-trained inventor. Therefore, in order to facilitate this superposition for these readers who (at their own risk and cost) would like to try their skills and to undertake a challenge of building their own version of the telekinetic influenzmaschine, I have listed below the subsequent steps that should lead to the most effective accomplishment of this task. These steps are:
#1. Larning principles of electrostatic machines. Such a learning requires a detailed familiarization with the design and operation of the Töpler and Wimshurst electrostatic machines. These machines are quite well described in old Physics textbooks on electricity and magnetism. Most of the textbooks describing these machines were published from about the 1860s to about the 1930s. For example the 14th edition of "The Encyclopaedia Britannica", which was published in London in 1929, in its volume 8: Educ - Extr, under the topic "Electrical Machine" (pages 143-144) contains over two pages of descriptions of various electrostatic machines, in this number also the Töpler and Wimshurst machines. However, neither the earlier nor later editions of the same encyclopaedia include descriptions of these machines.
#2. Familiarization with the design and operation of the telekinetic influenzmaschine. For this it is necessary to study in some detail the content of this monograph, and also to study all other publications which become available about this device. Extremely helpful would also be to study the documentary video prepared by the Methernitha about the operation of the Swiss Thesta-Distatica. In 1991 copies of this video could be obtained directly from the Methernitha (CH-3517 Linden bei Bern, Switzerland).
#3. The purchase of an operational Wimshurst electrostatic machine as the basis for further construction alterations and improvements. In 1991 a newly made such machine could be purchased for a relatively low price (i.e. around $US 30, plus costs of postage if not collected by the buyer) from the factory named "Fabryka Pomocy Naukowych w Nysie" (address: Ul. Słowiańska 43, 48-300 Nysa, Poland). At that time this factory produced one model of the Wimshurst electrostatic machine, named "V5-43" (see Figure 11 in monograph [6/2]), which was supplied for didactic purposes to Physics laboratories in Polish schools. Of course, if ordering the machine from Poland is inconvenient, readers probably should be able to find and purchase an operational Wimshurst machine in their local area, for example from a second-hand shop or from a local school.
#4. The conversion of the conventional Wimshurst machine just purchased, into an interim device called here "Dr Pajak's model". This device can be defined as an advanced electrostatic machine which has already introduced all the main components and electric circuits required in a telekinetic influenzmaschine. Thus it represents an interim construction which subsequently can be transformed into a telekinetic free energy device. The name for this interim model originates from negotiations between myself and the Polish factory discussed in step #3. During my visit in Poland in 1991 (when I purchased the device shown in Figure 11 of monograph [6/2]) I initiated negotiations aimed at convincing the above- mentioned factory that it should open the production of another model of their electrostatic machine, which could be purchased by hobbyists working on a telekinetic influenzmaschine. During these negotiations a working name of "Dr Pajak's model" (in the Polish language: "Model Dra Pająka") was given to this new device. It was assumed that the model would incorporate all vital components and technical solutions characteristic for the telekinetic influenzmaschine. The main modifications introduced to "Dr Pająk's model" would depend on such changing the design of this machine, that later it would make possible to simply convert it into a telekinetic free energy device, but simultaneously the changes introduced would not affect its correct operation as an electrostatic machine nor its aesthetic appearance.
Unfortunately, negotiations with the Polish factory were unsuccessful. Therefore, at this stage it is impossible to purchase a ready-made "Dr Pajak's model". But I would still recommend to purchase the conventional model "V5-43" of the Wimshurst machine that this factory produced in 1991 (if this model is still in production), and then convert this conventional model into the device described here as "Dr Pajak's model".
The adaptation of a conventional Wimshurst machine into an interim device suitable for later conversion into a telekinetic influenzmaschine requires the introduction of a number of technical changes. In order to explain them here, I simply described below additional features that "Dr Pajak's model" displays in relation to a conventional model of a Wimshurst electrostatic machine. These features are as follows:
(#4a) Instead of a single electrostatic machine, two separate machines, i.e. frontal and back, are assembled on a common framework and around two common disks. Both these machines are electrically separate (i.e they use separate couples of the collecting combs, separate wiring, and separate capacitors).
(#4b) The friction of all moving parts is reduced to minimum, e.g. through the introduction of rolling bearings, elimination of sliding electrical connections, the use of a detachable propelling winch shaft, etc.
(#4c) Both plexiglas or glass disks of the machine (preferably around 550 mm in the diameter) are supplied with the number of electrodes dividable by 4 (e.g. 48). The shape of these electrodes corresponds to that used in the Swiss Thesta-Distatica, e.g. they are perforated and look like small ladders.
(#4d) The counter-rotation of both disks is forced by a single belt (B) which simultaneously propels the spindle (Ts) fitted under the disks - see part (d) in Img.109 (LA5a). In the later adaptations, the spindle will hold m=4, 6, or 8 permanent magnets, which during their rotation will co-operate with individual electrodes of the machine and with dynamo-motor (Dm). Therefore the rotational speed of the spindle (Ts) must be so selected, that it allows individual magnets to pass near subsequent electrodes (see the equation (1LA2.3.3) in subsection LA2.3.3.). This means that the transmission between the disks and the spindle should be, depending on the number of permanent magnets (m), at the level of n':n=ds:dd=1:12 or 1:8, or 1:6.
(#4e) If a winch shaft is used to propel the machine during tests of its electrostatic operation, this hand propulsion should be separated from the kinetic link between both disks (dc, dg) and the spindle (Ts) via belt (B). The best solution would be, if a winch propulsion would transmit the motion into a separate pulley attached to the front disk via an additional (second) detachable belt. So when tests are finished this additional belt could be removed and the machine would still contain all kinetic parts appearing in the telekinetic influenzmaschine.
(#4f) An additional stable framework made of plexiglas, similar to that illustrated in part (e) of Img.109 (LA5), are attached to the machine's basis. This framework allows for the later attachment of all additional electric components required in the telekinetic influenzmaschine, e.g. heads (h), combs "C", telekinetic battery, etc.
(#4g) A single permanent magnet (Mo) interacting with the electrodes of the back disk and cooperating with the magnet in electrode (ho) is attached to the column (t) of the machine's framework.
(#4h) Apart from the bearings and axels, all other components of the machine are made of non-ferromagnetic materials.
After the above changes and adaptations are introduced to a conventional Wimshurst machine, the final device should still maintain its correct operation as three independent electrostatic machines which effectively produce electric currents. When this is achieved, the next step of the conversion of such interim electrostatic machine into a telekinetic influenzmaschine can be undertaken.
#5. Changing "Dr Pajak's model" (just purchased in Poland or obtained from a conventional Wimshurst machine by the introduction of appropriate technical alterations) so that apart from its operation as three electrostatic machines, it will also function as an electrostatic motor. This practically means that the altered front machine, after charging its capacitors by the rotation of disks with a hand transmission, will begin to force the continuous rotation of all kinetic components of the device for a time at least twice as long as that rotation occurring solely because of the inertia. If the above goal is achieved due to an appropriate alterations of the machine's construction, the resultant device can be called a "electrostatic motor" as it reverses the operation of electrostatic machine and becomes an electrostatic motor. The modifying of "Dr Pajak's model" so that it can function as an electrostatic motor requires the implementing of induction heads (h) on each side of disks. These heads (h) should be located similarly as in the telekinetic influenzmaschine and supplemented with appropriate supporting circuits - see Img.109 (LA5) and Img.110 (LA6).
#6. The conversion of the resultant electrostatic motor into a telekinetic free energy device. This requires adding and activation of the telekinetic battery described in the next subsection, as well as the addition of a controller circuit (Dm) and a fine tuning of the whole device. Therefore, the successful completion of this last step demands the employment of the personal inventive capacity, imagination and sensitivity, combined with the solid knowledge of the Telekinetic Effect resulting from the familiarity with the content of this monograph (of course, I am quite happy to assist further in the completion of this ambitious task by providing additional advice and making all my theoretical knowledge available to the developer). Good luck!
In the conclusion of this subsection it is worth stressing that the prospects opened in the case of a success in the completion of such a telekinetic free energy device are almost unlimited, whereas costs are negligible. Therefore, why not to have a go, if someone has all the skills and workshop conditions required!
LA2.4. Telekinetic batteries
When in 1989 I analysed the design and operation of free energy devices that already existed at that time, it hit my eyes that these devices utilised only a small proportion of the Telekinetic Effect that they produced. Furthermore, they utilised this effect mainly through the least-effective centrifugal acceleration caused by spinning of sources of magnetic field. Thus, soon after I learned the operation of the Telekinetic Effect, I started to believe that there is a possibility of developing a device, that would significantly increase the output and efficiency oftelekinetic generation of electricity. This device would utilise the much more effective manner of accelerating magnetic field, which, however, was not known so deeply as the centrifugal acceleration does. This manner depends on the formation of an impulsive (pulsating) magnetic field. Such a pulsating field must also cause the release of the Telekinetic Effect, if only the pulsations are deprived of symmetry according to appropriately selected curve. (I.e. if these pulsations are asymmetrical.) The additional benefit would be that the operation of such device is not requiring any moving parts. In turn the complete lack of moving parts will significantly simplify the design of it. Furthermore, the lack of moving parts will also prevent a mechanical wear and tear that results from cooperation of movable parts. Such an utilisation of magnetic pulsations should additionally increase the efficiency of work of this device, as it eliminates completely mechanical friction.
After I completed the technical synthesis along the above line of thinking, in 1989 I invented and worked out, while in 1990 I published in the first edition of my monographs  and [6a], the idea of completely new free energy devices. These devices utilise pulsating magnetic field for releasing the Telekinetic Effect. I call them “telekinetic batteries” or “telekinetic cells”. (A condensed history of their invention I am describing in subsections LA2.4.3. below and W4..) Telekinetic batteries (or telekinetic cells) do not have any moving parts. Their operation depends on replacing mechanic motion with electro-magnetic motion (i.e. the Telekinetic Effect is released in them through oscillations of magnetic fields and electric currents). Thus the design of telekinetic batteries is based on the cross between an inductor, an oscillatory circuit, and an autotransformer, not on the mechanism of operation of present motor or generator.
In times when I invented and published the idea of my telekinetic batteries, i.e. in 1989, I did not know any other researcher in the world, who would carry out research agreeable with my line of thinking. But with the elapse of time I managed to identify a couple of such researchers. However, my analyses of their devices revealed, that these researchers were very far from a clear understanding how such devices really supposed to work, and from understanding what principles and phenomena supposed to be employed in them. No wonder that prototypes of these researchers were unable to work.
In the effect of various analyses and research, and also in the effect of a whole sequence of strange “coincidental events” which bordered with miracles and which clearly tried to assist me through a correct directing my creative searches, with the elapse of time I worked out the exact design and operation of telekinetic batteries of my invention. I am going to present this design and operation in the subsection that follows. In this description I am going to present the hypothetical battery, the design and operation of which directly stems from my knowledge of the Telekinetic Effect, from directions provided by the Concept of Dipolar Gravity, and also from technical analyses of devices other than my telekinetic battery.
LA2.4.1. Design and operation of telekinetic batteries
The telekinetic battery of my own invention is in fact the most simple free energy device that one possibly can build. So it is also the most easy for the construction and the most inexpensive for the production. Simultaneously it is the most effective one out of all free energy devices. It can be constructed as a “stand alone” energy generating device, e.g. taking a form of a small generator to be used in literally every flat. It can also be build in structure of other devices to supply them with free electrical energy. Therefore my personal recommendation is, that all researchers who work on free energy devices should concentrate their attention on constructing such a battery.
Main components and the general design of the telekinetic battery of my invention, are shown in Img.111 (LA7). This device is composed of several functional components. After an appropriate mutual connection these are forming the described previously cross between an inductor, an oscillatory circuit, and an autotransformer - means are forming a complete telekinetic battery. Let us now list and explain subsequent functional components of my telekinetic battery. Here they are:
#1. Pulser (D) and (Q). The major function of a pulser is to induce a continuous sequence of electrical pulses. These pulses are then forwarded to an entry of a telekinetic battery, thus initiating the oscillations of the entire battery. Thus the operation of a pulser depends on continuous generating of a pulsating electrical signal of a strictly defined and constant frequency. This signal initiates then the operation of the whole battery and prevents the oscillations of this battery from a gradual diminishing. In the function of just such a pulser any electrical device can be used that utilises some sort of natural phenomena which is able to generate a continuous stream of electrical signals of a constant frequency. For example a perfect pulser is constituted by e = 48 electrodes from the frontal disk (dc) of the telekinetic influenzmaschine described earlier, that interact with the head (ho), if the disk (dc) is spinning steadily with the rotational velocity of n=62.6 RPM. A pulser can also be formed by piezoelectricity excited by telepathic vibrations - as this is described in subsection H7.1., by geo-electricity, trybo-electricity, electricity from electrochemical phenomena, etc. But most probably the best for telekinetic batteries is going to be the use of a pulser that is utilising telepathic vibrations of the environment. Such a pulser would be composed of two parts, namely a quartz generator of pulses (Q), and a telepathic resonance chamber (D). In this case, the quartz generator of vibrations is to produce a consistent stream of electrical oscillations with a strictly defined frequency that harmonises with the working frequency of the entire battery. In turn the resonance chamber is to select from the unlimited numbers of various vibrations, and subsequent amplifying, these telepathic vibrations the frequency of which coincides with the own frequency of the generator of pulses, and with the working frequency of the entire battery. The operartion of these two components, means the generator of pulses and the resonance chamber, is complementing each other, in the final effect generating and forwarding to the remaining circuits of the telekinetic battery an initiating sequence of electrical impulses with a strictly defined frequency. In the example of the telekinetic battery presented in Img.111 (LA7), the “resonance chamber” is any space (D), which causes the resonation of telepathic waves. In turn the “generator of pulses” is a piezoelectric generator (Q) – e.g. a quartz crystal. This generator converts the standing telepathic wave that is formed by a resonance chamber, into a pulsating electrical signal of the same frequency. As this is described in subsection H7.1., telepathic vibrations are spreading constantly through the counter-world, similarly like various sounds are propagating through our world. So if we position appropriately selected quartz crystal in the focal point of a resonance chamber that concentrates telepathic vibrations on this crystal, then the crystal is subjected to a telekinetic compression and decompression in the tact of these telepathic vibrations. Thus it must generate a non-diminishing electrical oscillations that are produced continually through any desired length of time.
Any chamber that focuses and resonates telepathic vibrations can be used for a resonance chamber. (Most probably the best such a chamber turns out to be an Egyptian pyramid of the height that is equal to the side dimension of the base.) Because telepathic vibrations so-far remained unknown to our orthodox science, in the literature they are most frequently described under different names, e.g. so-called “pyramid effect”, or “pyramid energy” (these vibrations are called so because their focusing in pyramids causes the commonly known consequences, such as mummification, sharpening of razors, etc.), “orgone”, or “tachions”. In the book [1LA2.4] by Serge V. King, Ph.D., "Pyramid Energy Handbook", ISBN 0-446-92029-0, pages 34 and 38, it is stated that the “pyramid energy”, apart from the four-side pyramids which turn out to be the best for this purpose, can be also focused by long metal tubes, as well as three-sided pyramids (tetrahedrons). In case of the telekinetic battery shown in Img.111 (LA7)., as such a resonance chamber any geometrical form known from the ability to resonate and to focus telepathic vibrations can be used. For example it can be a pyramid explained in N2. /probably rather NA2. ? / with four aluminum disks on the side walls. Of course, the same function can also be performed by many other forms. Therefore in Img.111 (LA7) it is symbolized with a shape of an aluminum sphere with a single hole through which telepathic waves are entering. In the focal point of this chamber a piezoelectric generator of pulses must be placed (e.g. a quartz crystal “Q”), on which the telepathic vibrations are to be focused.
At this point it is worth to notice the similarity of telepathic waves to acoustic waves explained in H7.1.. In turn from the design of musical instruments we know jolly well, that not every shape is going to produce an effective resonance chamber (this is the reason why the sound of violins produced by the Italian master Antonio Stradivarius (1644-1737) no- one is able to duplicate). For example, for a long time it is established that chambers shaped into cubes are unable to form the “effect of pyramid” (although elongated square rods are able to form it).
The pulser in the telekinetic battery performs a function similar to clocks in present computers. It provides a sequence of pulsations on which the operation of the entire device is based. It also determines the frequency of this vibratory sequence, means the base frequency of the operation of the entire battery. The significance of this frequency can be compared to the significance of the pulsations in the operations of present computers. Furthermore, electrical pulsations of the quartz (Q) supply also the initiating current signals from which the deformation of the pulsation curves are introduced by field-deforming inductors (I1) and (I2).
#2. Field-deforming inductors (I1) and (I2). These are most vital components of every telekinetic battery. This is because inside of them the telekinetic generation of electricity is carried out. They carry out this generation through deforming curves of subsequent electrical pulses supplied by the pulser, that flow through them. In turn, such deformed curves cause periodical acceleration and deceleration of the motion of electrons, means they actually cause the release of the Telekinetic Effect. In every telekinetic battery two such field-deforming inductors must be present, means a separate inductor (I1) which works on the ascending slope of the curve of pulsation, and a separate inductor (I2) which works on the descending slope of the same curve of pulsation. The key for the operation of these two is the fact, that the field-deforming inductors are winded up on surface of permanent magnets. The result of this winding is, that pulsating electricity supplied by the pulser and flowing through these inductors, is deformed in them in a manner that creates a one-directional Telekinetic Effect (see also descriptions from this subsection LA2.2. and LA2.3.. This deformation in turn causes, that the electric current that flows through each coil of the inductor is inducing telekinetically in next coils of the same inductor a current that is stronger than itself. In the consequence of such an operation, inductors telekinetically add additional energy to electrical pulses that initially flow through them. So if they are placed in a circuit of the resonator, they are to increasingly generate in this resonator the self-sustained electrical oscillations. So they are going to generate telekinetically the increasingly larger electric current. It is worth to notice, that one of these inductors is producing the Telekinetic Effect that generates an additional electric current during the ascending phase of oscillations of a given resonator, while the second one – during the descending phase of these oscillations. Depending on the direction of winding of coils of both inductors in relationship to the polarity of magnets, and also depending on the manner of their connecting to the circuits of the resonator, the ascending or descending inductor can be either (I1) or (I2). If there is an error in connecting or in winding of these inductors, it is possible that both of them are going to work simultaneously as either ascending or descending, thus mutually cancelling effects of their operation.
The key to the operation of field-deforming inductors (I1) and (I2) is the fact that each one of them is winded in an opposite direction – means one with the clockwise coils, while the other one with the counter-clockwise coils. The effect of such winding is that the oscillating magnetic field formed by the electric current that cyclically flows forth and back through these inductors, is deformed in an imbalanced manner. The reason for this imbalance is the model of electrons as whirls of counter-matter, described in subsection H5.1. of this monograph and also in subsection L5.1. of monograph . These electrons always direct their axes of spinning exactly towards the direction of their motion. In turn, because of this their orientation, these electrons (or whirls of counter-matter) that flow in one direction through a coil that is winded clockwise, are interacting with the field of permanent magnets in exactly opposite manner as electrons flowing through a coil that is winded counter-clockwise. The outcome is such, that depending on the direction of mutual flows of counter-matter through a given permanent magnet and in whirls of electrons, the current in a coil is either reinforced or weakened. This in turn causes that curves of flow of electric currents in both inductors are subjected to one side deformation, means are imbalanced. In turn this unbalancing causes that these inductors gain ability to form a Telekinetic Effect that works in one particular direction. (For details see also descriptions from subsection LA2.2..) An attribute of this imbalanced effect is, that it forces motion of electrons of a conductor in one direction. The outcome is such, that the Telekinetic Effect is causing a cumulative increase of the power of electric current, allowing both inductors to generate sufficient amount of electrical energy to satisfy the use of energy by the entire telekinetic battery, and by the user of this battery. Of course, because the oscillating currents flow through these inductors in both directions, it is desirable that the telekinetic thrust is also formed in both these directions. Therefore it is necessary to use two such inductors, namely (I1) and (I2), each one of which is winded in an opposite direction, so that each one of them is producing the Telekinetic Effect in a different halves of the oscillation cycle.
A perfect demonstration of the outcome of the operation of such field-deforming inductors provide electronic guitars. These guitars use permanent magnets with coils wound around them (means just use inductors described here) for the enrichment of sounds that they produce. As it turns out, after the flow through these inductors, the sound of given electronic guitars assumes completely different tone. This in turn means, that electrical signals that flow through such inductors in fact do experience asymmetrical deformations.
#3. Resonator "R". A resonator is simply an oscillatory circuit that is incorporated into the structure of a telekinetic battery. In reality it is a “beating heart” of this battery. It performs several vital functions. The most important out of these functions, is the dynamic summation of small portions of energy. This function depends on adding together small portions of energy and on a gradual binding (or accumulating) this energy in dynamic electrical oscillations.
In order to explain here more extensively what this dynamic summation of energy generated by a given telekinetic battery is all about, we need to recall from previous descriptions, that both inductors (I1) and (I2) generate electrical energy in the form of a long sequence of small increments. So the battery must have some sort of a component, which is going to intercept these small portions of energy, add these portions together, and then make them available to the user as a summarised flow of electrical energy. The role of just such a summarizing component is fulfilled by oscillatory circuits. If order to illustrate this ability of an oscillatory motion to intercept and to accumulate small portions of energy generated in the battery by inductors (I1) and (I2), let us use an example of lifting a child high up into the air. If this lifting is to be done with the use of continuous motion, the whole energy required for it must be supplied at a single go. Thus, in order to lift such a child with a continuous motion, a real powerful athlete is required. But if we use an oscillatory motion, for example by putting this child on a swing, then the same effect can be obtained gradually. Therefore, even someone as weak as other child, is able to supply the required small portions of energy to that swing. This is because the oscillatory motion allows the swing to intercept energy slowly and gradually, in small portions, throughout a longer period of time. So if someone pushes the swing only slightly, but continually, the final effect will also be that the swing will go high up into the air. So this child on a swing adds and accumulates dynamically in its oscillations the energy of subsequent pushes. In the result, as the time elapses, the swing will have increasingly larger total energy. It will be able to supply later this total energy to the user in a single portion, e.g. during an accidental hitting someone who incautiously comes too close to the swing. In a manner very similar like this child on a swing, also the resonator works in the telekinetic battery. It also dynamically adds and accumulates small portions of energy that are continually supplied to it by inductors (I1) and (I2).
Independently from a dynamic summation of energy, the resonator "R" performs also several further functions. These other functions are to reassure that the battery works without interruptions, and also to form pulsating electric current which can later be modified by other components of the battery (e.g. by the field-deforming inductors I1 and I2).
To decrease the volume of this monograph, I am omitting the presentation of the deductions that allowed me to formulate requirements that must be met by resonators of the telekinetic batteries. (I intend to present these deductions in a next edition of monograph from series .) However, our understanding of these batteries will be enhanced, if I explain what these requirements actually are. The key to our understanding of requirements imposed on these resonators, is a main property of telekinetic batteries which I call with the use of the technical term "reciprocation", although it would be expressed even better with such common terms as "returning back", "giving back", or "self-instigating its own oscillations". A "reciprocal" oscillatory circuit is a circuit which is capable to self-initiate and self maintain regular oscillations each time it is supplied with any energy at a required level, even if parameters of this energy each time are different. To put it in another words, the reason why a reciprocal oscillatory circuit is perfect for constituting the resonator for a telekinetic battery, is to make this resonator work each time it is supplied with any possible energy impulses. Such resonator should initiate oscillations no matter how small and chaotic these impulses of energy would be, and no matter what their parameters would be. Such a reciprocal oscillatory circuit has always the capability to transform these chaotic impulses into regular AC electricity oscillations.
In order for any oscillatory circuit to become reciprocal, it needs to meet the following conditions: (1) it must create oscillations which are characterised by at least two degrees of freedom (although the more degrees of freedom, the more reciprocal a given circuit is), (2) it contains inside a "reversible component" which supplies it with inertia, and (3) it is capable to self-initiate its oscillations from zero, if the energy input is provided (i.e. it starts to oscillate all by itself, each time it receives some energy input). Let us now discuss separately each of these conditions.
We can say that an oscillatory circuit is having two degrees of freedom, if in this circuit two different types of oscillations can coexist at the same time. In order to provide some examples, a swing with metal arms and a ball bearing, both have only one degree of freedom, as both can only oscillate in one manner, namely swinging forth and back. But a curved blade of a stiff grass has more then one degree of freedom, as apart from swinging forth and back, it can also wobble sideways. Therefore a blade of grass is more "reciprocal" then a swing, as for example chaotic blows of wind which are NOT able to put swing into oscillations, are making such a grass uniformly buzzing (I hope that the reader remembers observing in childhood a blade of stiff grass buzzing uniformly in a wind). Two degrees of freedom would also have an arm attached to sit of a swing and thus swinging in two manners (i.e. having its own oscillations, and also oscillating together with the entire swing).
In turn the reversible component, is a single part of a given "reciprocal" circuit, which has a capability of simultaneous working in both directions. Namely it can transform the energy of oscillations into energy of motion, and it can also transform energy of motion into energy of oscillations. Both these transformations must be carried out with the same ease, without a need for any adaptation or switching. A best example of a reversible component is a spring in an old mechanical clock, which can transform the winding motion into energy that propels this clock, but also can transform the energy which is frozen in the coils into a slow motion of unwinding. Other examples of reversible components are: some types of speakers which can operate as microphones, microphones which can work as speakers, electric capacitors connected to inductive coils, generators of electricity which without any adaptation can work as electric motors, quarts crystals capable of executing two-directional piezoelectric effect (i.e. allowing the physical displacement to be converted into electrical impulse, or electrical impulse to be converted into physical displacement), hydraulic pumps which can also work as hydraulic motors, thermo-cells which simultaneously can work as electric heaters, and wheels in old locomotives. These old locomotive wheels, because they are joined with pistons via connecting rods, are causing that when pistons are moving, the wheels transform the energy of pistons' oscillations into the motion of a whole train. In turn when pistons are motionless (i.e. after they reach the so-called "dead points" in cylinders) the wheels are transforming the motion of the whole train into the oscillations of pistons. The wheels of old locomotives are the best example of what is the purpose of reversible components in all reciprocal systems. These components are necessary because they provide an inertia to the systems. In turn this inertia converts the chaotic energy impulses that are supplied to the reciprocal systems, into a series of orderly oscillations.
Finally the ability of oscillatory systems to self-initiate the oscillations from zero, is the property of reciprocal oscillating systems which causes that they are able to start oscillating entirely by themselves, each time some external energy is supplied to them, even if at the moment of starting they are totally motionless. To give here some examples, pistons in the combustion engines used in our cars are not able to self-initiate their oscillations from zero. This is why we need starters in our cars. Thus, the ability of combustion engines to self initiate their oscillations is zero (null, or none). So, oscillatory circuits similar to such engines would NOT be able to work as telekinetic batteries. But pistons in old railway steam engines were able to initiate their oscillations from zero. This is why old steam engines never did have starters like our present cars do, and still they initiated their run each time the steam was supplied to their pistons.
The old railway steam engines provide an excellent clue as how the self-initiation attribute can be achieved in all reciprocal oscillatory systems. As it turns out, every oscillatory system is having the so-called "dead points", or "dead locks", namely phases of their oscillatory motion in which the entire system tends to stop and is unable to start again. In case of single-piston steam engines, they have two "dead locks" located in the turning points when the piston finishes motion in one direction, and starts to move in an opposite direction (but note that an ordinary swing has such dead points located differently - namely in the middle of strokes).
Therefore, if one builds a locomotive which has only a single piston, and if somehow it would happen that such a locomotive stops in an unfortunate manner that the piston is located in one of these dead points, then the locomotive would not be able to start again. This is reason why each old steam locomotive used to have two pistons, one on each side, and both of them were joined via connecting rods with the same pair of locomotive wheels. The key design point was, that these two pistons were always working with mutual phase shift equal to half of their stroke (i.e. to 90°). Therefore, if one piston was just in a dead point, the other was right in the centre of the self-initiating capability, and vice versa. In this way locomotives with two pistons, which (the pistons) are shifted in phase by 90° and mutually joined in parallel via two connecting rods and a pair of wheels, are the oldest example of a fully "reciprocal" technological system that was ever invented on Earth. Even today these old steam locomotives provide the best illustration of the principles, by utilising of which the "reciprocal" systems can be build. For example, they indicate that in order to increase the ability of these systems to self-initiate their oscillations, all what it takes is to use more then one (the more the better) oscillatory components, such as pistons in these old locomotives, and then join these components together via a parallel connection in a manner which guarantees that they work with significant phase shifts. Our present combustion engines from today motor-vehicles are proofs that this principle works in practice. This is because for example car engines which have more then one piston linked in parallel via a crankshaft, are much easier to start, than let say one-piston motorbike engines.
Another mechanical example of the implementation of the principle of reciprocal operation are motors which convert constant temperature difference into oscillatory motion (which in turn is converted into a rotary motion). Two such motors were invented. These are the Stirling motor, and the Ericsson motor. The Stirling motor was invented in years 1816 to 1840 by a Scottish pastor, Robert Stirling. In turn the Ericsson motor was invented in 1833 by an American inventor of the Swedish origin, John Ericsson. In turn an example of an electronic device which displays the reciprocal operation is the so-called “crystal oscillator” sometimes also called the “quartz oscillator”. The most common application of this oscillator is in quartz watches. If to such an oscillator a constant supply of energy is attached, then it converts a constant electricity onto a stream of electrical oscillations, which in watches is a measure of the elapse of time.
To summarise the above, in order to obtain an oscillatory circuit which is able to work as a resonator in a telekinetic battery, we need to design a "reciprocal" electronic circuit which: (1) is able to sustain oscillations that have more then one degree of freedom - e.g. that are composed of a multitude of vibrations, (2) includes a reversible component - such as a quartz crystal producing a piezoelectric effect, and (3) which allows for a self-initiation from zero – means which contains a high number of oscillatory components that are connected together in parallel with a mutual phase shift - such as numerous salt crystals connected together via mercury. As it turns out, the circuit used in the telekinetic pyramid which is described in subsection N2.4 /?/ and illustrated in Figure N5 /?/, fulfils all these requirements. How it is accomplished I am going to briefly describe in subsection N2.4. /?/
#4. Tube, or reciprocator (T). This is a device very unique to the telekinetic battery. (It is also present in the telekinetic influenzmaschine, in which a telekinetic battery represents the most important component – see Figures LA4 to LA6) It performs a whole range of various functions, becoming one of the most vital components of the battery. The most irreplaceable function performed by the tube (T) is that it provides the battery with the attribute of “reciprocation”, which I already explained during the presentation of the resonator "R". The second important function is to supply the battery with the electrical inertia. Further function of the tube (T) depends on imposing an order and correct direction on the electrical current that flows through the battery. This order and direction are accomplished due to the action of this tube as a flexible rectifier. In turn it becomes a flexible rectifier in the result of passing through the central axis of it an orderly magnetic field that originates from a loose spiral of the current resistant wire that is winded around the surface. Another function of the tube depends on piling the voltage of the battery, until this voltage grows to the required level. It also disposes the excess of electricity. Thus in the telekinetic battery such a tube (T) is a multitask component that is capable of operating in many different ways. In turn all these operations of the tube in the final effect produce numerous desirable phenomena which allow the battery to generate electrical charges of the required power.
The most vital function of the tube (T), that requires here a special highlighting, is to supply the telekinetic battery with the extremely important attribute of “reciprocation” described earlier. This attribute results from an unique design and operation of the tube, which adds further degrees of freedom to the oscillations of the current in the telekinetic battery.
The second vital function of the tube (T), is to provide the resonator with the required electrical inertia. This function is based on the glowing (excited) ions of salt and mercury. As I am explaining in my publications for a long time (e.g. see subsection D4 in monograph [5/3]) the telekinetic battery described in this subsection, the oscillatory chamber described in chapter C, the telepathic pyramid described in subsection N2, and also partially the telekinetic influenzmaschine described in subsection LA2.3.3., all these belong to a new group of devices which I call “magnetic resonators”. These magnetic resonators employ the principle of operation that is a mirror reflection to “electrical oscillatory circuits” used for a long time in our electronic devices and in our telecommunication. Similarly like electrical oscillatory circuits must contain at least two components, namely electrical capacitance “C” and magnetic inertia (inductance) “L”, also magnetic resonators must contain at least two components in order to work, namely an electrical inertia “J” and the magnetic capacitance “P”. Of course, in addition to these two “mirrored” components, both groups of devices, means magnetic resonators and electrical oscillatory circuits, will also be including electrical resistance “R”. The glowing (excited) ions of salt and mercury from the tube (T), are providing the magnetic resonator discussed in this subsection with the required electrical inertia “J”. In turn the magnetic capacitance “P” is provided to it by the inductors (I1) and (I2) of a special design.
Theoretically speaking, in function of the tube (T) discussed here, other purposely build devices could also be used in a telekinetic battery. All what is needed, is that such other devices would perform all functions that are imposed on this tube (T). So in the future most probably empty inside telekinetic batteries are going to be build, similar to the battery described in subsection T4., in which function of the tube (T) is performed by some semiconductor laminate components. However, if we supply the battery with a tube that is based on the mixture of salt and mercury and which produces fluorescent light – as this is described below, then the functions imposed on this tube are accomplished in a simplest possible manner.
#5. Capacitor "C". It accumulates the electrical energy that is generated by a given telekinetic battery. In the telekinetic influenzmaschine described in this subsection LA2.3.3., the function of this capacitor C is performed by separate capacitors in Figure Img.110 (LA6) marked as (L-) and (L+).
#6. Autotransformer (A). It adjusts the voltage of the electricity generated by a given telekinetic battery to the requirements of the users, and supplies this electricity to the output terminal (W).
Each component of the telekinetic battery described above is so simple, that it can be
manufactured almost by the majority of interested hobbyists. The aluminium resonance chamber (D) may be manufactured (or purchased) in any shape known to generate the “pyramid energy” explained before. The function of this chamber depends on focusing telepathic vibrations on the quartz crystal (Q). So in the operational sense this resonance chamber is a cross between an optical “black hole” and an acoustic lens. Wirings of the autotransformer or transformer (A) may be formed from ordinary spirals of a copper wire winded around transformer core. Each one out of two inductors (I1) and (I2) is containing a single permanent magnet with isolated wire winded on this magnet. The tube (T) is a small glass ampoule filled up half by ordinary kitchen salt, half by mercury, and kept under vacuum. Into this mixture of salt and mercury two electrodes must be inserted, while along the external surface of this ampoule a coil from a resistant wire is winded (i.e. made of the wire used in electric heaters). The piezoelectric crystal (Q) is an ordinary quartz crystal used e.g. in electronics. Only that the frequency of this crystal must be appropriately selected, as this is described below. So it could be purchased easily in shops with electronic components.
The operation of the telekinetic battery of my invention, described very briefly, is as follows - see the diagram from Img.111 (LA7).. Casual telepathic vibrations, means a telepathic noise described in subsection H7.1., are entering the resonance chamber, where they are deflected and focused on the quarts crystal (Q). Because frequency of these telepathic vibrations coincides with the own frequency of the crystal (Q), they instigate the crystal (Q) into the state of resonance. Thus the crystal (Q) vibrates violently, similarly as a membrane from our world would vibrate if acoustic waves are focused on it. The piezoelectric effect which this crystal (Q) is able to form, transforms these violent vibrations of the crystal (Q), into series of electric pulses. So the crystal (Q) works in the battery as a pulser, which supplies the battery with a constant stream of electric pulses. The resonator "R" utilises the special capability called here the "reciprocation", which is provided by the tube (T), to turn these series of pulses into regular electric oscillations. The current of these oscillations flows in an oscillating manner forth and back through both inductors (I1) and (I2). In normal circumstances the internal electrical resistance of this circuit would cause that the current's flow would never exceed the value detectable by our instruments. But in case of the telekinetic battery, it flows through inductors (I1) and (I2), the unique property of which is that they produce a non-balanced Telekinetic Effect, which increases the flow of current. This non-balanced Telekinetic Effect one could liken to a series of slight pushes that someone adds in correct moments to an already moving swing, thus gradually increasing its kinetic energy. In the final effect, the telekinetic vibrations that are initiated by the quartz pulser (Q) and transformed by this quartz into electric pulses, are then developed and uniformed by the resonator "R", increased and energetised by inductors (I1) and (I2), to produce a powerful electric current which supplies the whole battery and the outside consumer in the required electrical energy. This electrical energy can be utilised for industrial purposes, for supplying in free energy various external devices, etc.
The result of operation of the telekinetic battery described here, is that it generates an abundance of alternating current (AC). So it operates as an effective AC battery. After an appropriate technical tuning in (to make it generate electricity at 50 Hz and 220 V), and after appropriate increase of the produced power, such a battery can be utilised for the supply of any possible consumers in electricity, for example households, technical appliances, heaters, means of transportation (e.g. cars), etc. From the data available at present, it can be deduced that a telekinetic battery of a dimensions of around a half of meter, should supply electricity that would suffice for complete satisfying energy consumption by a family household, or to satisfy energy consumption of a small car.
The above deductions should be complemented with the information, that the operation of circuitry of the telekinetic battery discussed here imposes several operational requirements on this battery. The most vital out of these requirements is that frequencies of own oscillations of all components of this battery must fulfil the requirement of harmonics. This means, that for example the own frequency of circuits of the resonator "R" must be harmonic to the frequency of the quartz crystal (Q). (Note that “harmonic” means either equal to, or an even multiple of.) The frequency of quartz (Q) should also harmonise with own frequency of the standing telepathic wave formed inside of the resonance chamber (D). Finally frequency and parameters of glowing of the tube (T) must coincide with the frequency and parameters of the remaining circuits of the battery. Another vital operational requirement of this battery is that the level of telekinetic reinforcement of the inductors (I1) and (I2) must exceed the coefficient of dumping in circuitry of this battery. (This telekinetic reinforcement is to depend on the number of coils winded on these inductors, on the manner these coils are winded, and on the strengths of magnets used for these inductors.) Also the resonator "R" must fulfil the requirement of being “reciprocal”. (Note that this requirement includes having at least two degrees of freedom, including a reversible component, and being able to self-initiate.) Finally the resonance chamber (D) must have a shape which allows it to form a standing telepathic wave – means it must generate the so-called “pyramid energy” described in [1LA2.4]. It also must concentrate this telepathic wave on the piezoelectric crystal of the same own frequency as this wave.
The theoretical analysis of the telekinetic battery reveals that this battery is going to display various advantages that are much more desirable that these from other telekinetic power-stations described in this chapter. For example, it is going to be deprived almost all drawbacks of these devices. It is going to produce alternating current (AC) which is easy to become transformed and ready for consumption in the currently existing electrical appliances. It is going to be easy for controlling. It is not going to wear nor tear during the exploitation. It is relatively easy and chip for production. Thus, out of all types of telekinetic free energy devices, it is the most suitable for commercial applications. For these reasons, I highly recommend to readers with the inventive and developmental skills to initiate work on constructing it. The most effective in my opinion procedure of the development of this battery is presented in subsection LA2.4.2. below.
It is worth to add here, that the device described in subsection N2 /?/ also contains a build in telekinetic battery very similar to the one described here (for the description of an example of this batter in operation see subsection T4.).
LA2.4.2. Recommended procedure for constructing a telekinetic battery
These very special people, who are gifted towards building various devices - would these be electronic, electrical, or simply mechanical, who have inquisitive minds, creativity of inventors, and inclinations for experimenting, who have enough courage to not be afraid that the participation in the battery's completion may endanger their lives introducing a risk of alien assassination - as explained in subsections W4. and VB4.5.1 /?/, who would like to add their own contribution to an enormous leap forward for the whole of our civilisation, and also who do not mind that 10% from the obviously huge profits that the completion of this device one day may bring to the developer are to be contributed towards the developmental research on similar avant-garde devices - as described in subsection AB2., are invited and encouraged to contribute their efforts to the completion of this special device. Below the completion procedure is described, which in my own opinion holds the highest chance of the final success. This procedure is combined from the sequence of steps, through many of which I went myself in my efforts to-date to make this battery happen. This sequence needs later to be repeated as many times as it takes (hence the name for this procedure: "iteration method", or "method of small steps"). Each such repetition is to solve a single problem and to create the bank of practical experience which with the elapse of time must translate into the final success.
The iteration method can be arranged and completed according to several different scenarios (by experts usually called "developmental models"). The simplest scenario could be called "component-after-component". It depends on subdividing the final device (i.e. the telekinetic battery) into individual components or parts, and then preparing one component after the other, until the whole battery is ready. This method is simplest amongst all possible approaches to the completion of the telekinetic battery. It is described in details in subsection N2.3 /?/. Here I am presenting another method, which usually is described as the “waterfall model”. It depends on gradual developing the entire battery, through subsequent repetition of the development procedure. Here are steps to be taken during the completion of this procedure.
#1. Learning the design and operation of the telekinetic battery. The aim of this step is to learn and to understand what are basic components of this battery, what are purposes and operations of these components, and what are conditions that these components must fulfil. In order to accomplish this step, we need to: a) read especially thoroughly the parts of this monograph, and other my monographs, which contain any information about the design and operation of telekinetic batteries, about phenomena that are utilised or induced in these batteries, about prospects of utilization of these devices, etc., and b) to produce for ourselves a written specification of components that constitute our battery, together with operational and construction requirements that each of these components must fulfil.
#2. Adopting the electrical diagram of the battery to our own circumstances. The aim of this step is to obtain a design of the battery, which we can complete ourselves, and which in a possibly best manner reflects the electrical and electromagnetic relationships that exist between subsequent components of the telekinetic battery. In this way we also realize to ourselves various requirements imposed on these components, which we previously were not aware of. In order to complete this step, it is desirable to prepare, on the basis of the electrical diagram from Figure LA7, our own electrical diagram of this battery. The main purpose of this our own electrical diagram is to obtain a circuit which we could build ourselves, and which (1) has an oscillatory circuit with two degrees of freedom, (2) contains a reversible component, and (3) it displays a guaranteed attribute of “reciprocation”. This circuit would be supplied into impulses from a pulser of our own design, and would pass the electricity into a transformer or autotransformer. On this our own diagram we should mark all points of electrical connections, exact directions of flows, directions of winding, etc.
#3. Analysing and confirming on our own diagram the operation of this battery. The aim of this step is to obtain the highest possible at our level of experiments, understanding of operation of the telekinetic battery that we are completing. In order to implement this step, it is desirable to analyse carefully our own diagram obtained in the result of step #2, and to verify whether this diagram is going to implement the principle of operation of the telekinetic battery described in this chapter. During checking this our own diagram it would be desirable to: (1) distinguish subsequent circuits which are composed into our telekinetic battery, (2) qualify each of these circuits from the functional point of view (e.g. the pulser circuit, the oscillatory circuit of the resonator, the circuit of the tube, the primary circuit of the transformer, etc.), (3) determining the directions of current flows, and also the character and parameters of the current (e.g. voltage, amperage, curves of changes in time, frequencies, etc.) in subsequent circuits. Conditionally we could also (4) describe mathematically the operational conditions for each of these circuits, and (5) mathematically describe the entire battery.
Notice that such mathematical description of the battery is easy, when we begin it from the exit (i.e. from the output terminal). Namely we know that at the exit it must produce an electric current of, let say 200 Volt, 50 Hz, and e.g. 1 kW. Thus going backwards we are able to determine the inductances, capacitances, resistances, etc., of subsequent components, finishing on the quartz crystal and its frequency.
#4. Developing operational conditions of our battery. The aim of this step is to reason about operational conditions that must be fulfilled by the battery to make it work in the electrical sense, and to gather that way the information about parameters of work of subsequent components. In order to implement this step it is desirable to analyse the mathematical or at least a functional description of subsequent circuits and the entire battery (produced in step #3), and then to draw useful conclusions regarding the desired relationships between parameters of work and design relationships of main components (means between frequencies, capacitances, inductances, etc.).
#5. Purchase or making of components that fulfil the conditions deduced by us. The goal of this step is to construct ourselves, or to purchase, components the design and parameters of work of which would fulfil the set of conditions deduced during the completion of the step #4. It is worth to stress, that there are available videos on the Thesta-Distatica (described in subsection LA2.3.1. below) which perfectly illustrate in action two most vital components of telekinetic batteries, telepathisers, and telekinetic infuenzmaschines, namely tube (T) and inductors (I1) and (I2) – visible also on photo from Img.108 (LA4).. By observing these components on such videos, the reader may gain a better understanding of the manner in which they should be made.
The most vital component of telekinetic batteries is the tube (T) that displays an entire complex of attributes connected with the so-called "reciprocality" and explained in details in subsection LA2.4.1. below. Both, the operation of the telekinetic battery, as well as parameters of work of this device (e.g. the efficiency) are to depend on the quality of this tube. According to what about this tube is explained in subsection N2.6.3 /?/, it needs to be made from a mixture of salt and mercury inserted into an ampoule of quartz glass and supplied with electrodes on both ends. Salt must be carefully selected, as it must be composed of large, even, and well shaped crystals that are to produce an efficient piezoelectric effect. Furthermore, the purity of salt crystals must be sufficient to reassure the even contact with mercury. Before inserting into the ampoule, salt must be well dried out, e.g. through heating it in an oven, because even a trace addition of water spoils the properties of it. The mutual proportion of the volume of salt and mercury must be carefully selected, because the tube filled with this mixture in a static state must be a kind of a resistor (not a conductor), although it must also conduct electricity (i.e. it must not be a resistor with an infinitively large resistance). In fact, as this stems from analyses of the attributes of "reciprocality" which are to be supplied by this tube, the higher is the static resistance and the more stable this resistance is, the better is work of this tube (means the resistance of this tube should change only minimally during moving or shaking it). In turn this static resistance is dependent on the ratio of salt to mercury, and also on the quality of contact of electrodes and mercury. After salt and mercury are inserted to the tube and tightly packed in there, the air should be pumped out from the tube to the level of around 50 to 300 [mTorr], while the tube itself should be sealed. Then on the external surface of the tube even coils of resistant wire should be winded, which are to create magnetic field that runs along the axis of this tube. These coils should have a static resistance much higher than the tube itself. Moreover, vital probably is going to be the ratio of the diameter of the tube to the number of coils winded on it (this decides on the penetration of the tube by magnetic field).
Another vital components of the battery are deflecting inductors "I1" and "I2", means coils winded on permanent magnets of preferably rounded cross section. In these inductors important is their inductivity and coefficient of deformation of current pulses. The inductivity depends on the number of coils, regular winding of these coils, and on packing of subsequent coils. In turn the coefficient of deformation of the current pulses depends on the force of both magnets on which these inductors are winded up.
#6. Take a special care of the OSH (Occupational Safety and Health). During making components of the battery, similarly like in all other steps of this procedure, or in all other research and development activities, special attention of the builder should be directed at safety, at avoiding health hazards, at preventing the research facilities from access by unauthorised people (especially children), at screening against effects of a possible explosion, at readiness in case of a fire or electrocuting, etc. After all, mercury and vapours of it are poisonous, a vacuumed tube may implode at any moment, inductors and exposed wires may electrocute, sharp edges and non-rounded tips may harm someone who falls onto them, ellipsoidal quartz crystal may focus sunrays like a lens and initiate a fire, capacitors charged with electricity may begin to spark and start a fire or electrocute someone, etc.
#7. Assembling the prototype of the telekinetic battery. The aim of this step is to obtain a prototype of the telekinetic battery that later can be subjected to functional experiments. This prototype should not differ too much from the original specification determined by principles of operation of this device (see subsections LA2.4.1. and thid subjection LA2.), for example in the tube (T) should be vacuum of the exactly determined value (so that the next time we repeat this procedure we can select a better value of this vacuum), design and work parameters fulfil the requirement of harmonics, etc.
After this step is completed, we have assembled the complete prototype of a telekinetic battery. But before we subject this prototype to any research, we firstly need to conduct a kind of "quality check", i.e. we need to verify if everything in it is completed and connected in the required manner. For this, for example all electrical connections of the prototype need to be compared to the diagram fromImg.111 (LA7)..
In turn the positions, attributes, and polarities of every component need to be compared to the descriptions from the beginning of chapter N /?/, and also from subsection LA2.4.1. Furthermore, we need to determine (and thoroughly record it into our logbook) all technical details of our prototype, especially such as resistances, directions of winding and polarities (e.g. for inductors and for the tube), number of coils, way of connecting (e.g. which inductor and which side with what), dimensions, frequencies, etc.
#8. Research and tests completed on the prototype. The goal of this step is to verify the functioning of the prototype we just assembled, reasoning on this basis about various construction and completion errors we committed this time, and then working out the further improvements. The correct planning and skilful conducting of this research, as well as deriving from it the constructive conclusions, is the most critical step in our developmental procedure, which determines the final success in the completion of the telekinetic battery. The description of some guidelines for the completion of this step is provided in subsection N2.6.2 /?/ of this monograph. Generally speaking, this step should concentrate on determining, amongst others, the following matters:
a) Whether the location and the piezoelectric parameters of the quartz crystal are correct (e.g. the correctness of the location of this crystal exactly in the telepathic focal point of the aluminium pyramid, can be determined through the gradual change of position of this crystal and analysing the electronic signal that it produces).
b) Whether the polarity of inductors and the value of their telekinetic thrust are adequate (e.g. in order to verify this, the developer may experiment with different polarities of inductors, or with inductors wound from a different number of coils and on different permanent magnets).
c) Whether the electrical connections between the battery's components are correct (e.g. for checking these one may temporary change the way wirings are connected, and then determine what influence such a change has on the impulses induced in the battery's circuitry).
d) Whether the resonance frequency of the electronic circuitry (namely the resonator) is well tuned to the working parameters of the battery (e.g. for this, the developer may direct forced electronic impulses of several different frequencies to the both terminals of the quartz crystal, and then see what is the response of the battery's resonator).
e) What parameters of the current induced in the battery are needed to cause the glow of the tube "T", and how to make the battery to produce a current with such parameters (e.g. the developer may change the telekinetic thrust formed by inductors, alter the resistance of shunt coils over the tube, change the resistance of the tube, etc.).
In our experiments we should give preferences to quantitative research and measurements, i.e. to those directed towards not only determining that something has happened or appeared, but also how much of it could be detected, what is its direction and characteristics, what is the source, how we can modify (e.g. intensify) it, what conditions must occur for it to appear, etc. It is also extremely vital that in our logbook we write down the description of experiments and tests that we completed, and the description of results that we received. Our research we need to direct in such a manner that they lead us to drawing useful conclusions which in turn allow us to improve gradually the construction of our battery, so that in the final effect we make this device operational.
#9. Securing the knowledge just learned from being lost. Each attempt at researching a new prototype leads to a number of findings which represent the practical knowledge gained in a given iteration of battery's completion. This knowledge should be secured from being lost. The fist principle of such securing is to write it down in our logbook. The knowledge which is not written down is likely to be lost, because of our memory limitations, because we did not purified it and presented in the form of clear conclusions, and because of many other reasons. Only the knowledge which is thoroughly recorded can be reused again during the next turn of the iteration process. After the knowledge is written down, it also should be shared with others. Knowledge which is not shared is also likely to be lost. After all, if others do not know what we accomplished, then when we are gone or changed our interests, also all that we accomplished is gone. For this reason, after being written down the conclusions from a given step should be copied and posted to someone, preferably to myself. (Note that in case of the battery described here, keeping knowledge to ourselves is both: dangerous and pointless.) Such sharing the knowledge has also this additional advantage that it minimises the danger of alien assassination. After all, aliens may only decide to assassinate a developer, if this assassination gives them a good chance that the results accomplished by this developer are going to be lost after his/her death. But if the developer shares his/her knowledge with others, then such a loss of accomplishments is prevented.
#10. Extending, complementing, or refreshing our knowledge. The goal of this step is to gain additional knowledge which is necessary in order to introduce to the battery all these further improvements which result from our research on the previous prototype advanced according steps #1 to
To complete this step, it is recommended to refresh or increase our knowledge regarding the type of circuits or phenomena which in the course of our experiments turned out to be the most important for understanding and improving the prototype. It is especially recommended to read descriptions of such phenomena as: the technically induced telepathic waves, the Telekinetic Effect, principles involved in the operation of telekinetic batteries, principles involved in the operation of telepathysers. These, together with descriptions of the battery discussed here, are extensively presented in this monograph [1/4] and in treatise [7/2], while partially also in [1E], , and [6E].
#11. Repeating the development and research procedure for further, improved prototypes of the telekinetic battery. The goal of these steps is the gradual removal of errors or imperfections which were detected in previous prototypes, according to the general principle of "iteration method". To complete these steps we: a) select from steps #1 to #8 these ones which according to the results of our research, experiments, and deductions completed on the previous prototypes require redoing, b) complete these selected steps again, thus receiving a next set of battery's components with different design, technology, or technical parameters, c) we check with the descriptions from chapter N if our changes are not running against the original specification or the principles utilised for the operation of this device, d) we complete again steps 9 to 13 of this developmental procedure.
At this point it should be emphasized that the first completion of the above procedure most probably will not result in the production of an operational prototype. However, it will furnish the builder with empirical experience which should equip him/her with a better understanding of interpretations and descriptions presented in this publication, as well as in , , , and [1/3]. Furthermore, it should provide a higher starting point for the subsequent repetitions of this developmental procedure. This in turn should create a pool of experience and theoretical knowledge which would allow for a substantial improvement of the prototype in each subsequent repetition. Thus, at some stage of this developmental procedure, the prototype may eventually be achieved which would be capable of operating exactly as illustrated in the original disclosure. This final working prototype would be the one which is to be later duplicated in the commercial (mass) production of the battery discussed here.
From the world fame and huge interest that were induced by the first public demonstrations of telekinetic free energy device "Thesta-Distatica", it is already known what is to happen in case when someone accomplishes a success in constructing the telekinetic battery described here. Because the religious community "Methernitha" decided to not disseminate devices that it builds and until today keeps in secrecy their most vital technical details, the eventual constructing the telekinetic battery would provide the first free energy device which can be opened for the mass production and for commercialization.