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VII. GENERATOR UNIT (Self-sustaining Type) Analysis of the Swiss M-L Converter, with multiple electrical circuits.

It is evident that this excellent o/u/o Converter unit is based on the Winshurst electrostatic generator which utilizes

It is evident that this excellent o/u/o Converter unit is based on the Wirnshurst electrostatic generator which utilizes multiple steel segments. These Wirnshurst E/S generators are made with either steel or aluminum segements, with the aluminum segments being true electrostatic elements.

When steel segments are used on the twin discs of this unit, the Searl Effect is in evidence, with E/M conversion made at the rim/periphery of the discs through passive electromagnets.

This unique o/u/o unit becomes an ideal converter since both high voltage A.C. and moderate A.C. amperage can be simultaneously generated through two separate electrical circuits from the discs. The twin disc's conventional conductive brushes pick-off the high voltage A.C., while the rim electromagnet's coils produce a useful E.M.F. (useful amperage level). When permanent horseshoe magnets with coils are utilized, as in this present Swiss unit, then the E.M.F. output is enhanced to a considerable extent, as is evident in the specs, for this M-L unit.

The self-propulsion, after hand starting, is achieved through the adaptation of the Poggendorff principle (a German scientist of the 1870's) in which slanted conductive brushes produce self-rotation in electrostatic motors, (not generators).

In regard to the special crystal diode module, this component most probably provides the dual functions of frequency regulation and capacitance amplifier — to the two Leyden jars. This special diode-capacitor provides frequency output regulation and capacitance amplification as part of the electrical resonance circuit, since it is connected with the horseshoe magnet coils.

This unit is essentially comprised of three separate electrical circuits, which are:

1) The high voltage A.C. output from the twin discs as a conventional Wirnshurst electrostatic generator.

2) A moderate A.C. amperage circuit produced by the dual horseshow magnet coils (Searl Effect) as the plus and minus discs pass by them. (Pulsed D.C. output at 50 Hz.)

3) A rsonance circuit in which the horseshoe magnet coils are connected to the diode capacitor so that frequency regulation is assured. The diode capacitor is then connected to the Leyden jar, transmitter unit.

The major physical principles involved in this outstanding composite unit are:

1) Electrostatic conversion using twin discs for positive output from one, and negative output from the other.

2) The evidence of the "Searl Effect" from the use of multiple, identical steel segments inducing an E.M.F. electromagnets at the discs periphery (rim).

3) The Ecklin principle is also in evidence, since the steel segments pass by permanent horseshow magnets, as in Ecklin's S.A.G. units.

4) The Poggendorff self-rotating electrostatic motor principle, as described above.

5) The crystal capacitance function of the crystal diode module. The full operation of this unique component, with its hollow cylindrical permanent magnet, is a composite component with the dual functions, as described above.

The Swiss M-L Converter, — "A Masterpiece of Craftsmanship and Electronic Engineering".

Members of the G.A.G.F.E. have inspected this Swiss system on five different occasions from 1984 to the present. There are two smal] units and this presently described larger unit located in a commune near Bern, Switzerland. This machine and the two smaller units have been running on and off since 1982.

The larger machine produces 3 to 4 KW at 230 volts D.C., and apparently extracts energy from the gravity stressing field, and there is no primary propulsion of any kind.

This type of gravity energy field converter confirms perfectly the Bearden and Nieper model of the tachyon field. This is especially true for the considering of charge and mass of the electron to be separate. The converter runs continuously by itself, with only rotating wear parts being the two ball bearings at the center of the two discs.

The M-L Converter is functionally constructed, completely symmetrical with the two discs made of acrylic plastic, a light metal lattice, insulated copper wires, a secret crystal-diode rectifier, and gold-plated electrical connections. Everything is hand-made with the finest craftmanship, with an elegant beauty. The operating principle has been known for a long time, and these machines have been developed over a twenty year time span.

In electrostatic generators, the air molecules between the two acrylic discs which closely counterrotate, side by side, become electrically activated by friction. This causes the discs to be continually charged, until a flashover equalizes them. To limit the electrical voltage to a desired amount, the positive charged particles on one of the counterrotating discs and the negative charged particles on the other disc are each extracted by means of separately adjustable lattice-electrodes, and are fed into a Leyden jar which collects the energy. The speed of the discs, on which a fan-like structure of 50 lattice electrodes are etched out, is 60 rpm. (It is obvious that this discrete ratio of lattice/segments and speed will produce a 50 Hertz, pulsed D.C. output.) This speed is synchronized by magnetic impulses.

The unit is hand started by revolving the two discs in opposite directions, until the converter was charged up to such a degree that it synchronized itself and continued to rotate smoothly and noiselessly, without any input source of power. A centrally mounted disc of about 4 inches in diameter was glimmering in all the colors of the rainbow. After only a few seconds the Leyden jars were ready for operation, so that 300 volts D.C., with a current of 10 amperes could be extracted at the terminals, and this could be done continuously for hours, or for years, without any wear!

To demonstrate the power available, connections were made to both, alternately, a high power incandescent lamp or a heating element, each of which was rated at 380 volt service. The brilliant light from the lamp was blinding, and completely illuminated the hall to the furthest corner. The heating element became so hot, after a few seconds, that it could not be touched.

This experience was certainly a look into the future for all of us, and the start of a new era! It became evident for everybody who saw this converter functioning, that the teachings of orthodox science must undergo a complete revision in order to be taken seriously.

(The fundamental law of physics, according to Robert Mayer of 1842, is "The sum of all energy forms is constant.") Today there are already dozens of known violations of the orthodox energy laws.

This project work represents international science at work, in it finest form, which will become the wave of the future!!



Non Conventional Energy Sources Diagram
Note: The two Leyden Jars are also.a part of the resonant circuit, since one is a transmitter (Sir Oliver Lodge's experiment) and the other is a receiver and function at the same resonant frequency.

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