Magnetic Motor May Herald Quantum Shift

Troy Reed is the inventor of a new magnetic generator which may be in production and available to the public soon. The project, which has been in development since Reed's initial vision in 1959, has culminated in a magnetic generator which can provide all the power necessary for a small home. But that, he contends, is just the beginning.

With further development, the potentials are limitless. They include everything from powering automobiles to large industry without any outside source of energy—no fossil fuels, no nuclear, no wind, sun, or water, just magnets.

Reed is a paradigm buster. Unfettered by a conventional scientific background, he was unhampered by basic scientific dogma such as the second law of thermodynamics, "you can't have power output without energy input." Unfamiliar with "natural limits" as defined by science, he simply stepped beyond them. He likes to tell the story of the Wright brothers who invented the first airplane in the USA. "The US Patent Office refused their first application, all because the experts said it was impossible for anything heavier than air to fly!"

The magnetic motor began in 1959 as an eerie image floating before his eyes. Troy was bent over a project at the Tulsa machine shop where he worked, grumbling about laboring so hard for a mere 70 cents an hour. "There's got to be something better." With this thought, the image appeared briefly and then disappeared, only to return about six months later. It was an object with wheels and cylinders.

"Six or seven weeks went by. I walked up to my machine, which I had cleaned the night before. Two magnets lay there with shavings on them. Where they came from, I'll never know. The mysterious magnets and the vision haunted me for two years until I decided I had to do something about it," says Reed.

That began his odyssey into the surrealistic world of magnetism and its potential for being harnessed into a dependable and perpetual source of free energy.

Reed's odyssey reached a turning point in 1991 (when) he produced the first working model of the motor...This prototype was nearly seven feet tall and weighed over 500 pounds. It could drive a conventional electric generator to output 500

watts at 67 volts and produced enough energy to run power tools and household appliances. More importantly it proved that the principle worked. It was a functional prototype which was examined and verified by independent physicists and engineers.

The current sophisticated high-tech model weighs less than 200 pounds and is about the size of a large hat box. It can drive a 7-kilowatt electric generator, producing enough energy to power a small home.

The Reed Magnetic Motor is non-polluting and environmentally safe. Its four-cylinder injection engine runs on power generated by the repulsion force of magnets. This is made possible by the fact that magnetic force fields can be deformed, reshaped, rechannelled and manipulated in various conventional ways.

The original model was extremely simple and consists of only four parts—a crank shaft, injectors, disks, and magnets.

The crank shaft has four rods which are interconnected to the injectors. The cylinders merely house the injector rods which connect the crank shaft to the injectors.

The injectors are spring loaded and act like a ballpoint pen—they cock, push and release. This release of the four injectors does two things—it regulates the motor's RPM (revolutions per minute) and it makes the motor run smoothly.

There are two rotating disks at each end of the crank shaft. These carry 16 magnets each. Built into each end of the engine housing are more disks which hold additional magnets, some which move and some which are stationary.

The magnets that can be used to work in the motor range from a magnetic power rating of 3.5 (ceramic magnets) to a #40 neodymium. Of course, the stronger the magnet, the more horsepower, braking horsepower and torque the engine has.

The magnetic motor produces a direct mechanical effect. By manipulating the shape of magnetic fields, it turns a drive shaft to produce rotary power. Magnetic fields within the unit are continuously reshaped and rechannelled in a synchronized manner. These ever-changing fields manipulate the net strength and direction of the magnets' forces, driving the unit's rotary shaft at thousands of revolutions per minute.

Mr, Reed's invention is unlike any previous magnetic motors because it uses both rotating and stationary permanent magnet disks, along with spring-driven "injectors." These provide the necessary intermittent force to convert the magnetic reactions into smooth continuous rotations.

Principles governing the motor's operation are similar to the laws of electromagnetic attraction and repulsion, Mr. Reed says.

Two disks are located on each end of the motor's housing. The outer disks are stationary, while the two inner ones, which are mounted on a common shaft, are designed to turn freely.

Eight permanent magnets are attached, equally spaced, to the outer rims of each of the four disks.

Another major principle involves spring-type injectors. These operate veiy much like the push-pull mechanism of a common ballpoint pen. The injectors provide a "kick" to the crank shaft, which helps to propel the shaft forward and takes advantage of the repulsion forces created by the next series of magnets.

The design of the motor allows it to be scaled up to any size for a variety of applications. Because of its simplicity, few operating parts, and low operating speed—which results in little wear and tear—the motor has proven both dependable and durable in tests.

Because of this simplicity, Mr. Reed predicts that the cost of production and parts, excluding the magnets, will be low.

Some visionary thinkers have said for years that, as a species, we are on the verge of a quantum shift. There are different ideas about what may trigger this shift and how it might take place.

These ideas include massive Earth changes which totally disrupt "business as usual" and force a much reduced human population into new priorities and ways of living cooperatively and peacefully.

Others anticipate what they call an Ascension of Humanity, which ranges from shifting into higher dimensions of consciousness, all the way up to a "beam me up now, Scottie" scenario.

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  • Wilda
    How to run motor by non conventional energy?
    8 years ago
  • hamza
    Can the quantum magnetic motor produce power for a house?
    8 years ago

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