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THOUGHTS ON MAGNETIC SYSTEMS AND POSSIBLE AETHER VORTEX ANTI-GRAVITY
Letter from Roy Stewart
From: NEN, Vol. 5, No. 4, August 1997, pp. 19-20.
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These are some thoughts on magnetic systems and possible aether vortex anti-gravity. Having studied many devices and theories over the last 15 years, I find these threads:
The number of good, science-based investigators sharing similar interest is a long litany of the best people in the field, dozens of names at the least and too many for a list. The devices I'm most interested in share all or most of these effects:
- the claim of being able to entrain an hypothetical vortex structure spinning in the aether;
- the claim of the importance of very high voltage spikes of very short duration being necessary to produce non-linear effects in said aether; and
- the claims of over-unity (O/U) and anti-gravity (A/G) effects in non-linear, pulsed or torqued magnetic fields and/or electric fields.
My thoughts on these effects are: use vacuum tube equipment, not solid-state. Vacuum tubes are replete with little understood plasma effects leading to a possible spike, the first one of which is called "ringing" on a square wave which is so high in amplitiude and of such short duration that it does not appear on even the fastest scope! Bob Emmerich agrees that this is a real possibility.
- Searl Levity Disc: whether or not it is real, the importance is not necessarily in his special roller magnets, I think, but in his highly charged, spinning points.
- the rotating magnetic disc of Wilburt Smith, currently being repeated by my good friend Toby Grotz. A D.C. solenoid field in which spins a disc of discreet permanent magnets, creating a varying strength field modifying an even field.
- the Swedish superconducting ring is a solenoid field induced by external magnets and travelling over the fixed fields of the suspending magnets, causing a circulating torque to be applied to the main field.
- Pierre Sinclaire's work with David Hamel's device. Not rotating but complex fields interacting where the nutations might be causing torques and be a virtual rotation.
- Joe Newman: torquing and rotating fields again.
- Victor Schauberger, Marcel Vogel and Richard LeFours Clark: spinning water charged with what Clark calls diamagnetism spin and axial travel. In Schauberger's sand vortex: highly charged dielectric particles in three vectors (presumed): around, inward and down.
- Keely and "Scientist X" (reported by Dan Davidson in his book "A breakthrough to New Free Energy Sources," 1977, ISBN 0-88247-469-3) and possibly Stan Meyer: water splits at the Keely frequency of 42.8 Khz, acoustic.
This brings us to the reason for these notes: my thoughts on Hans Coler's device in which there is a renewing interest (justifiably so in my estimation):
- Townsend Brown: it was noted that the greatest effect (lift) occurred at or just before dielectric breakdown.
- Many more: Bedini, Adams, Aspden, Swiss M-L, etc.
- Paul Brown and John Moreland: nuclear batteries (Hubbard, Moray, Hendershot, Perrigo, Swiss M-L and, I think, maybe also Coler). Halting alpha particles creates abrupt field disturbances; and keep in mind that all devices are nucleonic because they are massive and charges have spin and magnetic moment.
Roy Stewart, design engineer
- The special magnets are solenoids over permanent magnets in which the current is passed through the permanent magnet. Doing this creates, by the right hand rule, a field at right angles to the permanent magnet's field causing that momentary stress and torque that we seem to find everywhere.
- I think the hookup diagram of the hexagonal system might have been purposefully misdrawn, which is a good way to keep it secret. This would explain why Tom Valone could not get it to work. I believe that it should be tried with each unit feeding the next in a circulating field pattern based on the above analysis. I read somewhere that this device was possibly the anti-gravity unit that powered one of the German discs!
- Finally, a problem and hence possible key: why is there a paper insulator between the solenoid and the permanent magnet? The device is wound with, presumably, magnet wire which is varnished, obviating the need for further insulation. Could it be that this is also a nuclear battery type device? Could that paper be soaked with an alpha emitter?
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August 19, 1997.