Mike, i'm not sure i understand your explanation here, but i will read all in due course.
As you may know, i have been researching this for donkey's years.
There is definitely something there, and because it's so hard to detect, many think it's not there.
I call it 'the ghost in the machine'
What i can tell you is this; charge plays an important role, if you set up a VERY steep field gradient, gravitational effects are observed, and they
are pretty strong effects.
Imagine a capacitor having one plate 10 CM square (10,000 sq.MM) and the other plate is 1 sq. MM.
Now charge them to 50,000 volts, the field gradient is so steep that a thrust will be observed in the direction of the + plate, being the bigger one.
The clue is in the Dielectric (whatever is between the plates).
The magnetic action is far more complex, but results in this same unequal charge distribution, and here's the clinker: The mass itself, while being
charged, exerts this force. The greater the mass, the greater the force.
This is (from T.T.Brown) watt for watt, at least 7,000 times more efficient than a jet engine.
Thus, using a hand-cranked device generating about 50 watts, you could (in theory) levitate a 5 ton block.....
Is it possible using just magnets? I don't know, but i know it is possible.......