posted on Nov, 18 2008 @ 05:12 PM
Obsidian, great minds think alike
Honestly, concerning this thread, I really don't think Ed approached his work with mathematics. He was a hands on kinda guy. If there's any
pattern of math associated with his work/ideas it is because it is intrinsic in the system, not consciously calculated.
I really don't want to put it out here for the world to read, but I guess people will figure it out sooner or later, (and I don't have the time or
resources to do anything with it). There's two main things to consider... perpetual magnetic energy, and "anti-gravity".
The fly wheel in his tower was most likely one of his first working prototypes and was the main energy source to the appliances/lights on the
premises. Perhaps he did use it to lift the stones, too. There's talk of a briefcase he always had with him that had electrical hookups mounted on
the outside of it. Was this housing for a smaller portable version? Well, he translocated the castle 10 miles north, (took him 5 years to
deconstruct, move the stones, then reconstruct the entire thing. Now think about that for a minute!). So if he did use his flywheel to move the
stones then he probably had at least two... one at the original site and one that he could take with him (I don't think he would have left a
functioning device at any one of the sites unattended. This stuff was his pride and joy).
Ed said to look closer at Egyptian hieroglyphs, because the Egyptians understood these secrets and there are clues in them. After studying many
hieroglyphs, especially those of Nefertari (spelling), there's a few showing the checkered arrangement, usually in a throne. They remind me Ed's
flywheel viewed from the side.
Now going back to physical science there's the experiment where you take a set of flat neodymium magnets (or any type of magnet really), line each
magnet up to the side of another one, where by intermittently north faces up then south faces up and so on. Line up several magnets this way.
Incline the flat surface with the magnets at say a 70 degree angle. Take a coin, (quarter, dime, penny, etc) and position it at the top magnet and
release. The coin moves much slower than would be expected.
Eddy currents induced in the coin. Let your imagination play with that concept when you look at Ed's main flywheel in his tower. Now imagine that
the coin is stationary and a flywheel of intermittent north/south magnets are spun next ot it, whereby the coin is within the influence of the lines
of flux. (I believe the magnets are separated with spacing so that the lines of flux of each will project more outward. It's a mechanical design
Now, as for the perpetual magnetic energy you'd have to consider the experiments he put forth about his perpetual motion holder. It has to do with
the coil configuration. I have some ideas about it but I'm still hammering it out.
It is this aspect of his devices that I think would cause some serious problems if used on the scale to supply energy to our current population
levels. At that scale it could literally cause extreme magnetic deviation in those areas, (possibly causing blight or much worse) because it draws
energy strait from the earth itself, much in the same fashion a Van de Graff generator works much better if the lead wire is touching ground. (ever
wondered why electricity always seeks ground?). Any way, herein lies the problem with this energy system. It's a great, natural, and relatively
free source of energy but requires such a high degree of responsibility that I don't think the human population is capable of at this time, (not to
mention you can't really put a price tag on it if just about anyone can build their own personal unit if they had the time, tools, knowledge and
I'm starting to ramble, and I don't want to detract from the point of this thread. I could do a 4 hour dissertation on this subject and it's
relation to other clues.
Bottom line, the math is incidental.