So after hearing about this and watching a video on it I wanted to test the design for myself.
My Shopping list.
4 - Germanium Diodes (1N34)
2 - 100 uF 50V electrolytic Capacitors
2- 0.2 uF 50V ceramic capacitors
Antenna or wire.
I bought extra and bought it all on ebay it was less than 3 dollars for mats for one and I didn't pay freight so win.
I tested it outdoors near dusk.
I then tested it indoors near a radiant energy source.
The output was 7.07 Volt DC and 0.10 amp.
Anyways made two of these circuits and was wondering if anyone could give me some advice as to what the best way to connect the two in parallel is I
am hoping to increase my outdoor output by using more antenna arrays.
From what I've read about these devices is that they're just full wave rectifiers, pickup up stray radiation from mains in your house, your
computer, your TV etc....
Thats why it doesnt work so well outside.
And if they power goes off in your area, you dont pick up anything either.
Who cares really though? If you have a few of these you could drastically reduce your bill, especially if your making enough energy to satisfy the
entire house. Just use enough electricity to keep the AC running in your place and use these to pick up the stray left overs, badda bing, (almost)
Try using a car battery or something of the likes. Or a rechargeable 12V. I would try just connecting the ends to the lead and ground on any battery
and see if the voltage is higher by taking the battery off the circuit and testing its voltage
In the early 1950's, a Soviet listening device was found in the American embassy in Moscow. This came to the attention of the world when it was
displayed at the United Nations in May, 1960. It was a cylindrical metal object that had been hidden inside the wooden carving of the Great Seal of
the United States - the emblem on the wall over the ambassador's desk - which had been presented to him by the Soviets.
The Great Seal features a bald eagle, beneath whose beak the Soviets had drilled holes to allow sound to reach the device. At first, Western experts
were baffled as to how the device, which became known as the Thing, worked, because it had no batteries or electrical circuits. Peter Wright of
Britian's MI5 discovered the principle by which it operated. MI5 later produced a copy of the device (codename SATYR) for use by both British and
thanks in advance for answering my question.
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Be very, very careful with this. I don't want to scare you, but I've read that the specific field that this taps for energy, is traceable. I've
wanted to try this myself, but I've been worried about getting a visit from these individuals if I do:-
Some diodes do exhibit a negative resistor effect or free energy. It can take a couple of weeks to return if the gate has been engaged, but depends on
the diode. It is not a lot of energy they provide, but is measurable. Connect in parallel to raise the amps, connect in series to raise the
Another thing to try and increase the power output is to try and tap into as many different electromagnetic frequencies as possible. This does get
Well done though, there is a lot out there just waiting.
Fair play to you man!
You had the balls to go out and test something like this that most of us arm chair experts sit around moaning about!
Is the electricity that comes through the device 'run off' or 'overspill' or would it be like, for arguments sake, plugging in another device.
Will more electricity be used thus increasing your bill instead of reducing it?
It's just like when you put a fluorescent bulb next to a Tesla coil and it lights up. Is that free energy? No, it's just coming from the Tesla
It's a cool little experiment, but it's not free energy, it's just picking up electricity that's already been generated.
The term free energy could be misleading, or not.. it's a radiant energy device and it works by collecting .. well.. radiant energy!
This is energy that either originates from your own wiring but is lost due to improper shielding, heat or other means.. it's collecting that energy
for use.. so in the view that you'd otherwise have lost it, and now you can collect it to a point means it's not really free but helping you maximize
what you've paid for.. however, you're probably also collecting radiant energy from your neighbors and lines running near your home.. in THAT regard,
you're collecting energy you've not paid for as well.. making it free.
The idea of the device was to support Tesla's vision of energy being broadcast freely through the atmosphere, this device would allow you to collect
that energy without the need for running power lines .. such devices could be placed in homes, automobiles... etc
His vision never came to fruition so really you're just reaping the benefit of one half of the experiment.. it's interesting surely but I don't think
there's enough radiant energy floating about to be particularly useful.
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