ing place, to which we have all previously been unaccustomed. This anticipation has manifested itself all too soon as, since my first successful recent attempts at engineering anti-gravity have proven, some interesting phenomena have become revealed, one of which is the process of magnetic polarity reversal, or conversion.

In an endeavour to discover what actually takes place during this 'conversion' of magnetic polarity, I used a magnetic polarity indicator and compass, but both proved worthless, as they simply hunted back and forth due to the pulses of magnetic fields from the machine being in motion.

Subsequent to this attempt, I had meanwhile made an important discovery concerning magnetic polarity reversal, in that it was not necessary that the machine be in motion or apply any external energy in order for it to bring about the magnetic polarity reversal. From this discovery, I became confident that I further discovered what actually takes place in this region in relation to the reversal phenomenon. In order to implement a test on this, I determined that a slow movement of the rotor by hand would indicate, on the instruments, what would be taking place. This exercise did indeed prove to be of substance, and I will now, here, graphically portray the results.

To deliver power, however, from the negative energy/negative time region, the machine must be in motion and, preferably, operating at certain harmonic speeds. The accompanying drawings give a physical description of the magnetic actions taking place as the rotor magnet reaches the stator and commences to traverse through the negative energy/negative time region.

In a 180° configuration, with two stator poles, the same actions take place simultaneously in reverse magnetic polarity order (as Drawing TD-G001, Figure 2, pointers A and B indicate).


1) A rotor south pole, upon approaching an o|)en circuit suitor, is mutually attracted to it, as depicted by Drawing TD-G004, Figure A.

2) When the leading edge of a south pole readies the edge of a stator (Figure B), it appears, ¿is it begins to move inwards, that the south polarity of the rotor pole is bei ng exponentia llY reversed to north. In addition, the stator now becomes a temporary magnet, also exponentially becoming a north pole (Figure C). Meanwhile, the rotor magnet is still being attracted up to point zero of the stator (Figure D) and, its the leading edge of the rotor moves from point zero of the stator second-half region (Figure E), it appears that the north polarity strength is now increasing exponentially in this region and, on becoming parallel, i.e., reaching each other face-to-facc (Figure F), the magnetic polarity reversal is then complete, and both magnet and stator poles are at north polarity. It is in this region now that the stale of anti-gravity and negative time exists, with two magnets of like poles attracting each other and creating a gravitational repulsive force at the completion of the magnetic polarity reversal cycle.

There is a specific point of 'x0' from the stator centre where the machine is pulsed (refer Drawing TD-GOOl, Figure 1, A & B—pulse angle). Fine-tuning the timing at this geometrical point, the machine passes into a state of electromotive resonance where input power drops dramatically and shaft power increases in the negative time and negative energy region.

In all, the machine benefits from four different force actions per revolution and paying a minuscule toll fee for only one.

Firstly, as depicted by Figure A of Drawing TD-G(X)4. the rotor magnet is mutually attracted to the stator (gets away wiih-

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