Kapanadze process?

  • Last Post 28 February 2018
anothercat posted this 26 February 2018

Hi everyone,

I would like you to have a look at this:

https://goo.gl/ku4Hdn - Go directly to the "Explanation of Drawings" section who is in relation with the figure no.1 


This page has been brought to some energy forums (not by me but by other users) in the past without too much interest....So I decided to republish it here. I don't know the author and to be honest I'm not a fan of using words like "virtual photons". This said, the idea behind this concept is exactly what I have in mind for the last year!


Basically, the idea goes like this:

Bringing 2 independents signals (One with high current low voltage and one with high voltage low current) of same frequency (and phase coherent)  together and harvesting the wattage out (volts x amps) with an isolation transformer. It's so simple it's sounds almost ridiculous! And the beauty of this is that you can generate both input signals (amps and volts) with really low power.

Too good to be true? What do you think?

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Chris posted this 26 February 2018

Hi Anothercat - I always say, experiment on the bench, you can learn more from very simple experiments than in any diagram or text.

I think there is a starting basis there, it may lead to good things.

Re Kapanadze - How many turns CW and how many turns CCW? Why?


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anothercat posted this 26 February 2018

Hello Chris,

You are right that doing no test on the bench do not help. I still have a lab with signal generators, oscilloscope, dozens of reclaimed coils, transistors, mosfets, etc...but I'm self learned...And to be honest, after more than 5 years of prototypes tests + regular duties (kids, work, etc...), I now take my time when it comes to jump on the bench again....

Also, I don't have the habit of posting new threads on forums. First, because my english is average and second because way of seeing things is always changing so I usually stay quiet. But for this one, it's different. What was my surprise to find someone who elaborates on the same exact idea that I'm playing on paper with for the last year!

Concerning Kapanadze CW and CCW, I don't think the POT concept apply here. Basically we don't need it.

So, for someone who is more knowledgeable than me with electric/electronic, Chris, can you please answer me on this specific question:

Is it possible to mix 2 signals (same frequency and phase coherent) and ending up with a unified signal ? 

Thanks for your patience with people on this forum

Wistiti posted this 27 February 2018

Hi anothercat!
First, thank you for sharing. I find the idea really interesting! I also want to say don’t worry for starting or reply on a tread, your English is way much better then mine!

With that said, I’m thinking like Chris, the best way to know it or learn about it is “on the bench” for now I’m on other idea but I like the concept you bring! I may give it a try.  If you decide to experiment with it, please share your discovery!


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anothercat posted this 27 February 2018

Alright then. I didn't wanted to embarrass myself with this but here we go.


I already started some tests a couple of days ago but again my lack of electronic knowledge makes things complicated.

First, I need to make a variable frequency amplified sinewave. So I thought that using an audio amplifier would do the trick.

So I bought two (I need a total of 2 signals) of this model on ebay: https://goo.gl/a5R6LA

So here is the way it has been plugged:

So I plugged my signal generator (with the red and green of the audio jack), plugged 12v PSU on the VCC+ and GND and tried both OUT R and OUT L channels on my oscilloscope.....The only thing that I could see was small parasitic noise of some mV (so no output). 

Can anybody points me were I was wrong?




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Chris posted this 27 February 2018

Hey Anothercat - my friend, there is no such thing - The only silly question is the question not asked.

We are all one great team and will always do the best we can to help each other out, and your English is very good! I understand perfectly well.

Re mixing two signals, yes, there are pit falls to watch for. Zanzal has recently shown a fantastic circuit to do this: Pulse Train Circuit

In Radio, AM is Amplitude Modulation, FM is Frequency Modulation  -This is the mixing of signals to create Wave that a Radio can use and sort. 

Note: my Electronics skills are only average, I know enough to get by most of the time.

Re POC, Partnered Output Coils, Kapanadze uses approximately 1/3 CCW to 2/3 CW winding ratio:


Ruslan's replica:

The Coils must be in Resonance, we know why from The Mr Preva Experiment, also from Floyd Sweet. Energy begets Energy, meaning the very action of Pumping creates more Pumping and all we need to concentrate on is Pumping Electrons - An Electron Accelerator.

What moves Electrons? A Magnetic Changing in Time. But the Magnetic Field direction must oppose.


Chris posted this 27 February 2018

Hi Anothercat - Are your output channels good by themselves? You get Frequency and Amplitude on each channel?

Perhaps a small transformer with two input Coils, from your source and one output Coil, this should have the complete mixed signal. Of course your Coils will need to be impedance matched.

You may have trouble with reverse currents back into your source. How to stop this - Tricky, I need to think more. perhaps a High-Pass and a Low-Pass filter combination...

I also am self taught, like I said, I know enough to get by most of the time.


anothercat posted this 27 February 2018

Hey Chris,

Concerning the grenade coil, I think that Ruslan,Akula, Kapanadze etc. use it with the same principle of a Tesla bifilar pancake coil: Either magnetic/capacity enhancement (same turns direction) or cancelation (opposite direction-a bit like partnered coil). And the grenade coil is a mix of these 2 effects.

Now, concerning your last observation about mixing two signals...If we do not take resonance in consideration, I’m not sure why my 2 signals should have impedance matching. I mean having frequency and phase matching will not be enough?


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Chris posted this 28 February 2018

Hey Anothercat - Sorry, I meant Impedance matching the Output Impedance on your PCB with the Coils on a Transformer. 

All Electrons are inherently Magnetic, because they have Charge, they have a Magnetic Moment associated.

Because this is the case, the Magnetic Field can do work on the Electron. Forcing it to move!

This a "Generator" works, because Electrons are inherently Magnetic.