Radiant and cold energy

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Jagau posted this 4 weeks ago

In this short video I demonstrate the effect of coils in bucking mode well adjusted to the frequency of their natural resonance. As Tesla often said we can also use the natural capacitance of a coil if it is sufficient what is the case here in this configuration of 3 coils, I can produce with this setup more than 50 times at the output compared to entrance as Vladimir utkin wrote it in his book and is available to anyone who wants to read it.

Without the ferromagnetic material potcore it is impossible to reach magnetic resonance. Correction: in the video I mention 0.9 volts RMS at the output RMS I should have said 1.2 volt RMS

13 Leds in series are lit with about forty volts without affecting the source that becomes blind to what I connect to the output with a total of 22 milliampere for the circuit that the leds is connected or not. 

So input is 1.2 vrms x 22 ma= 0.0264 watt for power source

One wire (the white wire) is used to light the LEDs, the other is in free space.
The meter on the right are the volts applied to the leds and the left meter fluke is the total consumption of the circuit in milliampere.

Radiant or cold electricity is present. When I touch the LEDs, the light intensity increases.



Several other experiments have been conducted with excellent results, I keep you informed.

Thank you Chris for making me discover coils in POC mode


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Chris posted this 4 weeks ago

Jagau, An excellent demonstration!

Right, who is going to be next?


Aetherholic posted this 3 weeks ago

Just some information you might find useful.

A year ago before starting the figuerra project I was experimenting with bucking bifilar pancake coils wound in the Master Evo style with OFC twin speaker cable. The setup was a center coil as the input and an identical coil either side arranged to be bucking the center coil and the two outer coils connected in series. All coils connected as the tesla bifilar patent.

The resonant frequency of the system could be tuned by varying the gap between the two outer coils and the center coil.

At resonance with a 4% duty cycle and 12V positive pulse to the center coil via a mosfet I was getting between 600V and 800V output with a small load. The duty cycle also would alter the resonant frequency. Only with a low duty cycle did I get good amplification.

My aim in this experiment was longitudinal wave bucking.

Sorry I dont have any more info as I stopped before fully documenting but after figuerra is done I will repeat the experiment and properly record some hard data.

Aetherholic - One truth, One field

Jagau posted this 3 weeks ago

Excellent observation Aetherholic, pancake coils are a good tool for verifying longitudinal waves,

in the pot core it is rather an intense magnetic shock that occurs since they do not align orthogonally.

I did not check with the change of DTC very good idea I will try this thank you for your idea.

The goal of this first experiment was to do it with the lowest possible voltage and the lowest load

with 0.0264 watt input, there is no mosfet, no capacitor and no power  supply in my set up,

source is only my S.G.

I just adapt the impedance of my S.G. to have the same as at the input of my set up. Very simple set up


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Jagau posted this 3 weeks ago

For those who would like to know how to adapt your impedance

I advise you this basic video,

it will help you better understand the concept of impedance adaptation to have a maximum transfer for your circuits. This calculation can be done in both directions