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By the Planetary Association for Clean Energy

From: NEN, Vol. 6, No. 8, March 1999, p. 15.
New Energy News (NEN) copyright 1999 by Fusion Information Center, Inc.
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Planetary Association for Clean Energy Newsletter, vol. 10, no 1, p 2.

Archival material from the Canadian electrical engineer, Wilbert Brockhouse Smith clarifies the proper procedure for the well-known Smith Coil, a caduceus winding demonstrated to have the property of producing longitudinal wave and non-Hertzian effects (see research by Toby Grotz, Glen Rein, William Van Bise, Elizabeth Rauscher), including transmutation. The proper winding is on a ferrite rod with a diamter-to-length ratio of 1 to 7 - e.g., 1cm diameter, 7cm long.

This ratio is all-important. For the 7cm rod length, 14 solid wire Teflon or enamel coated is recommended, while for the 3 cm length, 18 wire applies. The method of winding is shown in the illustration below. Place centre of length of wire behind, then pass right side over left. At the rear, pass left side over right. Wind tightly together until the complete rod is covered. Ends are connected to equipment such as the Tensor Energy Convertor. The Smith Coil design was an attempt by Wilbert Smith and his research colleagues to make do without a Marconi Coil they were unable to find.

[An illustration accompanies the article.]

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June 2, 1999.