Practical Applications - New Energy Technology

Our findings in the physical sciences have many potential applications.  Importantly, we have identified domains of pressure (voltage) differentials within the space lattice that could be harnessed to capture atmospheric electricity as a new power source.  This opens the possibility of abundant energy for worldwide development, with enormous attendant environmental, social and economic benefits.

The Pyramidal Antenna

Another discovery involves that eternal subject of historical and cultural interest, the Great Pyramid of Giza (GPG). We have found that the dimensional ratios of the Great Pyramid of Giza (GPG) incorporate the key ratios of an AC voltage sine waveform suggesting that a pyramid-shaped antenna modeled on the GPG may function as a time domain, ultra-wideband antenna for electrostatic discharge (ESD) impulses. We determined that an antenna modeled on the GPG does indeed capture ESD impulses, and these impulses can be converted into an AC voltage sine waveform of predictable frequency. Such a system would support the direct conversion of the potential energy of an electrostatic field into an alternating current, providing atmospheric electrostatic energy for power generation.

The pyramidal antenna transfers the power of ESD impulses into a novel lumped-element resonant circuit that converts the random impulses into clock-like, exponentially decaying sinusoidal wave trains. This allows ESD impulses to be converted into a RF current that can be rectified and pooled into a continuous direct current. Using this, method, unlimited electrical energy can be generated simply by capitalizing on the electrical activity of the atmosphere. A new design for the resonant coil system and an expanded range of energy sources targeted has led us to significant improvements in system efficiency.

Spiral Motion is Key

Accessing so-called “free-energy” requires an understanding of the structure of the proton as well as the mathematical relationships that underlie the organization of matter. As matter is energy circulating on closed orbits, the same mathematical relationships apply to the flow of energy. In other words, matter in its most basic form is not a substance per se, but motion that our physical senses are unable to recognize. Both matter and energy move in spirals, and that motion is the key to accessing “free” energy.

We have developed a pyramid-shaped energy extractor capable of harvesting atmospheric electricity. However, the concept outlined is widely applicable to mechanical systems, such as rotating magnetic motors for transportation. These motors would draw their energy directly from the space lattice. Similarly, hydraulic systems could be designed in which the motion of the fluid medium provides excess energy which could perform useful work while regenerating the energy harvester apparatus. 

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