Baerndorfer, very nice setup!! Thank you for sharing!
It reminds me a similar setup...
I can suggest one thing that worked in my setup, I maybe wrong, but it may help..
Static magnet on a closed toroid core I think will not give any profit. Its a fully close flux system.
Toroid is good to get and the last drop of flux back for use. But as Vidura suggests in a way its needed to trigger aether directly somehow. To make a "window" of communication with aether grid.
I would try that... Do not use toroid.. Use a core from a flyback transformer, which is two equal peaces and makes easier to wind the coils. Then keep the one connection point of the two peaces in touch, the other to have an open (small) gap. Place an extra coil at the one exact end of the core. Connect the earth at the one side of the coil and leave completely open the other side.
(To make a good contact at the other side of the core connection, and not be inclined, you can add a thin iron washer at the one closed side and at the other side place a same height paper or plastic so to get the core straight)
If you have time and want to test it try it. I had tested a similar setup before few years and I was getting very good results. I don't put my hand on fire for that but you can try it and see.. With this small gap you may open a window to aether, then I guess the static magnet can play a roll as well. So the gap leaves you with more options to try different things. Again I am not sure it will work, it is something I would try. I hope it will help you!
This is the video of my setup.. I used a combination of 3 cores... look the changes of the input current when I connect the earth to the open coil at the edge of the core (the other side of the coil is not connected anywhere), then when I disconnected it and then when I disconnect the load.