The Control Circuit

Circuit Free Energy

For people who like to tinker and like electronics, these are the circuits I have used in my lab to examine this new concept. The circuit contains a very simple, free-running multivibrator circuit which is used to gate, the operation of a two-stage amplifier. A motor or other load is connected in series with the collector of the output transistor, and each time the transistor conducts voltage, it will be applied across the load. The input power may be any D. C. voltage from 6 to 24 volts. The...

Foreword

John Bedini has a prototype free energy motor. Imagine having a small D. C. electrical motor sitting on your laboratory bench powered by a common 12 volt battery. Imagine starting with a fully charged battery and connecting it to the motor with no other power input. Obviously, the motor is going to run off the battery, but by conventional thinking it will stop when the battery runs down. Impossible, you say. Not at all. That's precisely what John Bedini has done and the motor is running now in...

Basic Concepts

Nikola Tesla Free Energy Generator

For some time man has been looking for different ways to generate electricity. He has used water power, steam power, nuclear power and solar power. Recent papers written by Tom Bearden make a free energy generator possible. Tom Bearden, rather than patent his devices, chose to share them with people who had open ears. I myself have had numerous conversations with Tom Bearden. I found Tom to be one of the most reasonable men I have ever dealt with in this energy field. Most others would tell you...