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« Reply #32 on: April 28, 2009, 23:20:48 pm »

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« Reply #33 on: April 29, 2009, 11:30:15 am »
cool vid
I don't believe in the inward wave, doesn't make sense, it is just a convenience. Where is it supposed to be coming from?
With nuclear fusion, matter is converted to energy by overlapping the matter waves:
the overlapping points add up in magnitude, unstable state is reached, and the summed waves ripple outward to infinity as traveling waves.
The overlapped points now have the same equal magnitude being shared, like a covalent bonding.
This should occur during the transition.
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« Reply #35 on: April 29, 2009, 16:38:18 pm »
I also have been interesting in these so called Scalar waves that no one can prove.

So the most common explanation is that scalar waves are 2 waves same freq but 180 degrees out of phase.

If this is true, then it is very easy to make, by default any transformer generates this signal when generating a sinewave. (resonance).

The RF transmiter also generates this same signal, but one of waves is grounded and since the power is low, the grounded wave is faded out.

I think Tesla discovered Scalar waves because he was using so much power to driver his Tesla Coil (RF transmitter) that the wave going to ground was so strong that earth it self became an antenna.


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« Reply #36 on: April 29, 2009, 19:04:35 pm »
I also have been interesting in these so called Scalar waves that no one can prove.

So the most common explanation is that scalar waves are 2 waves same freq but 180 degrees out of phase.

If this is true, then it is very easy to make, by default any transformer generates this signal when generating a sinewave. (resonance).

The RF transmiter also generates this same signal, but one of waves is grounded and since the power is low, the grounded wave is faded out.

I think Tesla discovered Scalar waves because he was using so much power to driver his Tesla Coil (RF transmitter) that the wave going to ground was so strong that earth it self became an antenna.



It would indeed be easy to create such a wave , But to have this anti vortex happening  in your cell , you would need to  connect your positive to the upper part of the inner tube , and connect your negative to the bottom of the outer tube .

We need this counter rotating effect happening kinda like the searl effect .

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« Reply #37 on: April 29, 2009, 21:54:51 pm »
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It would indeed be easy to create such a wave , But to have this anti vortex happening  in your cell , you would need to  connect your positive to the upper part of the inner tube , and connect your negative to the bottom of the outer tube .

We need this counter rotating effect happening kinda like the searl effect .


i dont know about that man..  you got to think three demensional. a wire is a line in out relative space and in quantum aspects.. so lets say you have a choke wire wound... it is technicaly i line that is wound in one direction so  try to pretend in that wire all the protons mass is aligning for universal pumping are dipoleing.. i would say at one end of the wire is the top of the hurricane and at the other end its the bottom of the hurricane.. really think hard on the 2 perspectives of a hurricane top and bottom from the top perspective it looks like its spinning clockwise while the bottom appears to be spinning counter clockwise vice versa depending on which side of the equator.... it all depends on perspective in a quantum space which way it appears to be spinning..

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« Reply #38 on: January 17, 2011, 01:58:22 am »
I use a scalar device know as a Hexbeamer.It creates a scalar wave using an assembly of magnets that are forced together at their opposing face. The resultant wave of this assembly is then passed through a pressurized inert gas (Xe). The final wave has amazing healing properties, the strength of the beam can be increased using magnetic coil methods and ionization of the inert gas. Higher phase beams have huge untapped potential and manifest in a physical push. One such assembly is when the Hexbeamer is configured in a tetrahedron configuration.

Enough theory, this is a real assembly that works and is used for healing and creating scalar energy.

Who else can say they have an actual working scalar mechanism?


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