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Abb.114 (LA10) The operation of the telekinetic influenzmaschine with two discs, which produces a DC current, reconstructed (or rather: re-invented) by myself. Explanations of this operation are provided in the content of this monograph.
Symbols: C+, C- = collecting combs connected to the inner coating of Leyden jars; d = a small disc containing a magnet (m) that is used for the release of the Telekinetic Effect; d'= front disc made of a good electric insulator (e.g. glass); d" = back disc identical to the front (d') one (in order to increase the communicativeness of this illustration this back disc is shown as having a larger diameter); H-, H+ = square induction heads that electrostatically influence the machine's electrodes; i', i" = motionless bridging conductors; L+, L- = two Leyden jars which collect electrostatic charges from the electrodes of both discs (users are plugged to the wires that are connected to the inner coatings of these jars); n, n', n" = direction of the rotation of each disc; 1, 2, ..., 8 = numbers of the subsequent electrodes (this drawing shows 8 electrodes only, but each disc of the telekinetic influenzmaschine houses 48 separate electrodes); +, - = positive and negative electrostatic charges; ', " = indexes that assign particular symbols to the front (d') or back (d") discs. (The above diagram is also shown as Fig. 8 in monograph [6/2], and as Fig. B10 in monograph [1e].)
(a) Principles of the inducing electrostatic charges in the front disc.
(b) Principles of the inducing electrostatic charges in the back disc.
(c) The operation of an electrostatic induction motor that sustains the continuous
rotations of disks of the telekinetic influenzmaschine.
(d) Telekinetic generation of charges that restores their loss from friction.