1. Jeremy''s mail Guest

## Magnetism and rotation

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><font color="#000000" size="2"> something i am still unclear on while reading the book is the actual relationship between magnetism and aether flow.</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> let me construct an example and see if you guys can help me out.</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> i have a neodymium disc that is magnetized top to bottom and side to side. that means, one side of the disc is north, and if you flip it over to the other side, that side is magnetized south. in addition to this axial polarity, if you draw a line signifying the diameter of the disc, on one side of the line it would be north and the other south. so you have a disc that is magnetized axially and at two points on the circumference of the disc that are separated by the diameter of the disc. i can explain further, maybe draw a picture, if this is unclear. </font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> ok, what would the affect on the aether flow into the earth and from the earth be if i spun this disc at, say, 20,000 rpm? what about 40,000 rpm? are there any other effects?</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> thanks, look forward to y'all's input...</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> jeremy</font>

2. David Wilcock Guest

## Re: Magnetism and rotation

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><font face="arial" size="2">let me handle that one quickly. if you look at the models, none of the circular magnetshave a top to bottom polarity as far as i know. it's in to out. take the depalma homopolar generator as an example. the magnet is like a super-sucker lollipop where you have a long, thin, flexible horizontal bar magnet that is coiled into a flat circle. this means that the center of the circle at the axis will have one pole and the rim of the circle will have the other pole. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">if you want free energy you need to have a magnet that can also conduct electricity. the faster you spin it the higher the output, just like a lawn sprinkler continually pumping more water at higher velocities. magnetism is nothing but aether flow and the symmetrical arrangement of the molecules in the magnet forms an affect akin to a straw, where the aether flow is shielded in certain directions outside the poles and enhanced through them. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">some of this might be explained in more detail later in the book in yet unpublished chapters. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">there is a lot more information to fully understand the searl levity disc that i didn't go into for space reasons. there is a place online where the full technical papers were published and i have downloaded and read them, one jpg at a time... very, very laborious work to get off the net. they may already have disappeared now, such as is the case with "pirated" material. the writeup of the roschin / godin study goes into some greater detail about it as well. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">the searl designis based on creating a "virtual" spherical torus field with concentric, nested layers of rings and rollers. but once again, the primary polarity flow is from the center out to the edges. </font><font face="arial" size="2">
>
you asked how this affects the earth. i have confirmation from a very good source that the reason why you don't see free energy machines coming out, especially in the us, is that when you start drawing the energy it affects the flux of the global grid. they can see this on specially built sensors on spy satellites. as soon as you get a working prototype, even if no one in the world knew what you were doing, if you get any real significant overunity effect they will know. what they do depends on the situation, but in some cases they will immediately seize it while you are away. that's why i put warnings in the book about this stuff.
></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">hope this helps.</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">peace be with you -</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">- david</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
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style="background: #e4e4e4; font: 10pt arial; font-color: black">from: jeremy's mail
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><font face="arial" size="2"></font>

><font color="#000000" size="2"> something i am still unclear on while reading the book is the actual relationship between magnetism and aether flow.</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> let me construct an example and see if you guys can help me out.</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> i have a neodymium disc that is magnetized top to bottom and side to side. that means, one side of the disc is north, and if you flip it over to the other side, that side is magnetized south. in addition to this axial polarity, if you draw a line signifying the diameter of the disc, on one side of the line it would be north and the other south. so you have a disc that is magnetized axially and at two points on the circumference of the disc that are separated by the diameter of the disc. i can explain further, maybe draw a picture, if this is unclear. </font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> ok, what would the affect on the aether flow into the earth and from the earth be if i spun this disc at, say, 20,000 rpm? what about 40,000 rpm? are there any other effects?</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> thanks, look forward to y'all's input...</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> jeremy</font>

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3. Jeremy''s mail Guest

## Re: Magnetism and rotation

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><font color="#000000" size="2">so you're saying there would be no aether effect with the set-up i just described, right?</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font size="2">would the effect change if the disc were radially magnetized (center = n, points on circumference = s, for example?)</font>
><font size="2"></font>
><font size="2">thanks,</font>
><font size="2">jeremy</font>
><font face="arial" size="2">-----original message-----
from: david wilcock <djw333@exis.net>
to: asc2k@yahoogroups.com <asc2k@yahoogroups.com>
date: friday, june 08, 2001 6:35 pm
subject: re: [asc2k] magnetism and rotation

</font>
><font face="arial" size="2">let me handle that one quickly. if you look at the models, none of the circular magnetshave a top to bottom polarity as far as i know. it's in to out. take the depalma homopolar generator as an example. the magnet is like a super-sucker lollipop where you have a long, thin, flexible horizontal bar magnet that is coiled into a flat circle. this means that the center of the circle at the axis will have one pole and the rim of the circle will have the other pole. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">if you want free energy you need to have a magnet that can also conduct electricity. the faster you spin it the higher the output, just like a lawn sprinkler continually pumping more water at higher velocities. magnetism is nothing but aether flow and the symmetrical arrangement of the molecules in the magnet forms an affect akin to a straw, where the aether flow is shielded in certain directions outside the poles and enhanced through them. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">some of this might be explained in more detail later in the book in yet unpublished chapters. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">there is a lot more information to fully understand the searl levity disc that i didn't go into for space reasons. there is a place online where the full technical papers were published and i have downloaded and read them, one jpg at a time... very, very laborious work to get off the net. they may already have disappeared now, such as is the case with "pirated" material. the writeup of the roschin / godin study goes into some greater detail about it as well. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">the searl designis based on creating a "virtual" spherical torus field with concentric, nested layers of rings and rollers. but once again, the primary polarity flow is from the center out to the edges. </font><font face="arial" size="2">
>
you asked how this affects the earth. i have confirmation from a very good source that the reason why you don't see free energy machines coming out, especially in the us, is that when you start drawing the energy it affects the flux of the global grid. they can see this on specially built sensors on spy satellites. as soon as you get a working prototype, even if no one in the world knew what you were doing, if you get any real significant overunity effect they will know. what they do depends on the situation, but in some cases they will immediately seize it while you are away. that's why i put warnings in the book about this stuff.
></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">hope this helps.</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">peace be with you -</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">- david</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
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style="background: #e4e4e4; font: 10pt arial; font-color: black">from: jeremy's mail
style="font: 10pt arial">to: asc2k@yahoogroups.com
style="font: 10pt arial">sent: saturday, june 09, 2001 1:03 pm
style="font: 10pt arial">subject: [asc2k] magnetism and rotation
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>

><font color="#000000" size="2"> something i am still unclear on while reading the book is the actual relationship between magnetism and aether flow.</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> let me construct an example and see if you guys can help me out.</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> i have a neodymium disc that is magnetized top to bottom and side to side. that means, one side of the disc is north, and if you flip it over to the other side, that side is magnetized south. in addition to this axial polarity, if you draw a line signifying the diameter of the disc, on one side of the line it would be north and the other south. so you have a disc that is magnetized axially and at two points on the circumference of the disc that are separated by the diameter of the disc. i can explain further, maybe draw a picture, if this is unclear. </font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> ok, what would the affect on the aether flow into the earth and from the earth be if i spun this disc at, say, 20,000 rpm? what about 40,000 rpm? are there any other effects?</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> thanks, look forward to y'all's input...</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> jeremy</font>

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4. David Wilcock Guest

## Re: Magnetism and rotation

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><font color="#000000" size="2">so you're saying there would be no aether effect with the set-up i just described, right?</font>
><font size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">you have to remember that the homopolar generator effect is caused by centrifugal force acting on a fluidlike energetic medium. remember the work of dr. harold aspden in rotating magnetized discs, and they preserved momentum after being stopped so that it only took 1/10th of the original energy to return them to the same speed? this is a hydrodynamic effect, essentially, and that is why the polarity has to be from the center outwards. </font>
>
><font size="2">would the effect change if the disc were radially magnetized (center = n, points on circumference = s, for example?</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">now you're cookin' with gas.</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">peace be with you -</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">- david</font>
>
><font size="2">thanks,</font>
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><font size="2">jeremy</font>
><font face="arial" size="2">-----original message-----
from: david wilcock <djw333@exis.net>
to: asc2k@yahoogroups.com <asc2k@yahoogroups.com>
date: friday, june 08, 2001 6:35 pm
subject: re: [asc2k] magnetism and rotation

</font>
><font face="arial" size="2">let me handle that one quickly. if you look at the models, none of the circular magnetshave a top to bottom polarity as far as i know. it's in to out. take the depalma homopolar generator as an example. the magnet is like a super-sucker lollipop where you have a long, thin, flexible horizontal bar magnet that is coiled into a flat circle. this means that the center of the circle at the axis will have one pole and the rim of the circle will have the other pole. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">if you want free energy you need to have a magnet that can also conduct electricity. the faster you spin it the higher the output, just like a lawn sprinkler continually pumping more water at higher velocities. magnetism is nothing but aether flow and the symmetrical arrangement of the molecules in the magnet forms an affect akin to a straw, where the aether flow is shielded in certain directions outside the poles and enhanced through them. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">some of this might be explained in more detail later in the book in yet unpublished chapters. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">there is a lot more information to fully understand the searl levity disc that i didn't go into for space reasons. there is a place online where the full technical papers were published and i have downloaded and read them, one jpg at a time... very, very laborious work to get off the net. they may already have disappeared now, such as is the case with "pirated" material. the writeup of the roschin / godin study goes into some greater detail about it as well. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">the searl designis based on creating a "virtual" spherical torus field with concentric, nested layers of rings and rollers. but once again, the primary polarity flow is from the center out to the edges. </font><font face="arial" size="2">
>
you asked how this affects the earth. i have confirmation from a very good source that the reason why you don't see free energy machines coming out, especially in the us, is that when you start drawing the energy it affects the flux of the global grid. they can see this on specially built sensors on spy satellites. as soon as you get a working prototype, even if no one in the world knew what you were doing, if you get any real significant overunity effect they will know. what they do depends on the situation, but in some cases they will immediately seize it while you are away. that's why i put warnings in the book about this stuff.
></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">hope this helps.</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">peace be with you -</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">- david</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
<blockquote style="padding-right: 0px; padding-left: 5px; margin-left: 5px; border-left: #000000 2px solid; margin-right: 0px">
style="font: 10pt arial">----- original message -----
style="background: #e4e4e4; font: 10pt arial; font-color: black">from: jeremy's mail
style="font: 10pt arial">to: asc2k@yahoogroups.com
style="font: 10pt arial">sent: saturday, june 09, 2001 1:03 pm
style="font: 10pt arial">subject: [asc2k] magnetism and rotation
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>

><font color="#000000" size="2"> something i am still unclear on while reading the book is the actual relationship between magnetism and aether flow.</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> let me construct an example and see if you guys can help me out.</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> i have a neodymium disc that is magnetized top to bottom and side to side. that means, one side of the disc is north, and if you flip it over to the other side, that side is magnetized south. in addition to this axial polarity, if you draw a line signifying the diameter of the disc, on one side of the line it would be north and the other south. so you have a disc that is magnetized axially and at two points on the circumference of the disc that are separated by the diameter of the disc. i can explain further, maybe draw a picture, if this is unclear. </font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> ok, what would the affect on the aether flow into the earth and from the earth be if i spun this disc at, say, 20,000 rpm? what about 40,000 rpm? are there any other effects?</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> thanks, look forward to y'all's input...</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> jeremy</font>

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5. Jeremy''s mail Guest

## Re: Magnetism and rotation

<table bgcolor="#ffffff">
><font color="#000000" size="2">i should be clearer:</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font size="2">1. neodymium conducts electricity, right???</font>
><font size="2"></font>
><font size="2">2. does it have to be a bar magnet -> spiral design? doesn't a radially magnetized disc, as described below, accomplish the same thing?</font>
>
><font size="2">3. what are the effects of spinning such a disc (forget the top-bottom charge, and think about the side to side charge (half disc n, other half s, divided along the face of the disc)</font>
><font size="2"></font>
><font size="2"></font><font color="#000000" size="2"> this is all purely hypothetical.</font>
><font size="2"></font>
><font size="2"> thanks,</font>
><font size="2"> jeremy</font>
><font size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">-----original message-----
from: jeremy's mail <jweiland@nettalon.com>
to: asc2k@yahoogroups.com <asc2k@yahoogroups.com>
date: friday, june 08, 2001 6:59 pm
subject: re: [asc2k] magnetism and rotation

</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2">so you're saying there would be no aether effect with the set-up i just described, right?</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font size="2">would the effect change if the disc were radially magnetized (center = n, points on circumference = s, for example?)</font>
><font size="2"></font>
><font size="2">thanks,</font>
><font size="2">jeremy</font>
><font face="arial" size="2">-----original message-----
from: david wilcock <djw333@exis.net>
to: asc2k@yahoogroups.com <asc2k@yahoogroups.com>
date: friday, june 08, 2001 6:35 pm
subject: re: [asc2k] magnetism and rotation

</font>
><font face="arial" size="2">let me handle that one quickly. if you look at the models, none of the circular magnetshave a top to bottom polarity as far as i know. it's in to out. take the depalma homopolar generator as an example. the magnet is like a super-sucker lollipop where you have a long, thin, flexible horizontal bar magnet that is coiled into a flat circle. this means that the center of the circle at the axis will have one pole and the rim of the circle will have the other pole. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">if you want free energy you need to have a magnet that can also conduct electricity. the faster you spin it the higher the output, just like a lawn sprinkler continually pumping more water at higher velocities. magnetism is nothing but aether flow and the symmetrical arrangement of the molecules in the magnet forms an affect akin to a straw, where the aether flow is shielded in certain directions outside the poles and enhanced through them. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">some of this might be explained in more detail later in the book in yet unpublished chapters. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">there is a lot more information to fully understand the searl levity disc that i didn't go into for space reasons. there is a place online where the full technical papers were published and i have downloaded and read them, one jpg at a time... very, very laborious work to get off the net. they may already have disappeared now, such as is the case with "pirated" material. the writeup of the roschin / godin study goes into some greater detail about it as well. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">the searl designis based on creating a "virtual" spherical torus field with concentric, nested layers of rings and rollers. but once again, the primary polarity flow is from the center out to the edges. </font><font face="arial" size="2">
>
you asked how this affects the earth. i have confirmation from a very good source that the reason why you don't see free energy machines coming out, especially in the us, is that when you start drawing the energy it affects the flux of the global grid. they can see this on specially built sensors on spy satellites. as soon as you get a working prototype, even if no one in the world knew what you were doing, if you get any real significant overunity effect they will know. what they do depends on the situation, but in some cases they will immediately seize it while you are away. that's why i put warnings in the book about this stuff.
></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">hope this helps.</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">peace be with you -</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">- david</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
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style="font: 10pt arial">----- original message -----
style="background: #e4e4e4; font: 10pt arial; font-color: black">from: jeremy's mail
style="font: 10pt arial">to: asc2k@yahoogroups.com
style="font: 10pt arial">sent: saturday, june 09, 2001 1:03 pm
style="font: 10pt arial">subject: [asc2k] magnetism and rotation
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>

><font color="#000000" size="2"> something i am still unclear on while reading the book is the actual relationship between magnetism and aether flow.</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> let me construct an example and see if you guys can help me out.</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> i have a neodymium disc that is magnetized top to bottom and side to side. that means, one side of the disc is north, and if you flip it over to the other side, that side is magnetized south. in addition to this axial polarity, if you draw a line signifying the diameter of the disc, on one side of the line it would be north and the other south. so you have a disc that is magnetized axially and at two points on the circumference of the disc that are separated by the diameter of the disc. i can explain further, maybe draw a picture, if this is unclear. </font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> ok, what would the affect on the aether flow into the earth and from the earth be if i spun this disc at, say, 20,000 rpm? what about 40,000 rpm? are there any other effects?</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> thanks, look forward to y'all's input...</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"> jeremy</font>

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6. David Wilcock Guest

## Re: Magnetism and rotation

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><font face="arial" size="2">maybe i should be clearer. centrifugal force needs to be aided by the aetheric shielding of the magnet. you couldn't support centrifugal force (force moving from the center outwards in all directions) by having a magnet that was circular shaped where half the division of the circle was north and half was south. the point of least motion (the central axis) has to be a point where the energy can be drawn in and the point of greatest motion (the outer edge) has to be the point where the energy is most fully radiated. </font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">think of the north and south ends of the magnet as if they were ends of a straw. the setup that you are proposing wouldn't really benefit from being rotated at its axis, in terms of its overall output of flow.</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">peace be with you -</font>
><font face="arial" size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">- david</font>
>
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style="font: 10pt arial">----- original message -----
style="background: #e4e4e4; font: 10pt arial; font-color: black">from: jeremy's mail
style="font: 10pt arial">to: asc2k@yahoogroups.com
style="font: 10pt arial">sent: saturday, june 09, 2001 2:43 pm
style="font: 10pt arial">subject: re: [asc2k] magnetism and rotation
>

><font color="#000000" size="2">i should be clearer:</font>
><font color="#000000" size="2"></font>
><font size="2">1. neodymium conducts electricity, right???</font>
><font size="2"></font>
><font size="2">2. does it have to be a bar magnet -> spiral design? doesn't a radially magnetized disc, as described below, accomplish the same thing?</font>
>
><font size="2">3. what are the effects of spinning such a disc (forget the top-bottom charge, and think about the side to side charge (half disc n, other half s, divided along the face of the disc)</font>
><font size="2"></font>
><font size="2"></font><font color="#000000" size="2"> this is all purely hypothetical.</font>
><font size="2"></font>
><font size="2"> thanks,</font>
><font size="2"> jeremy</font>
><font size="2"></font>
><font face="arial" size="2">-----original message-----
from: jeremy's mail <jweiland@nettalon.com>
to: asc2k@yahoogroups.com <asc2k@yahoogroups.com>
date: friday, june 08, 2001 6:59 pm
subject: re: [asc2k] magnetism and rotation

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><font color="#000000" size="2">so you're saying there would be no aether effect with the set-up i just described, right?</font>
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><font size="2">would the effect change if the disc were radially magnetized (center = n, points on circumference = s, for example?)</font>
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><font size="2">thanks,</font>
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from: david wilcock <djw333@exis.net>
to: asc2k@yahoogroups.com <asc2k@yahoogroups.com>
date: friday, june 08, 2001 6:35 pm
subject: re: [asc2k] magnetism and rotation

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><font face="arial" size="2">let me handle that one quickly. if you look at the models, none of the circular magnetshave a top to bottom polarity as far as i know. it's in to out. take the depalma homopolar generator as an example. the magnet is like a super-sucker lollipop where you have a long, thin, flexible horizontal bar magnet that is coiled into a flat circle. this means that the center of the circle at the axis will have one pole and the rim of the circle will have the other pole. </font>
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><font face="arial" size="2">if you want free energy you need to have a magnet that can also conduct electricity. the faster you spin it the higher the output, just like a lawn sprinkler continually pumping more water at higher velocities. magnetism is nothing but aether flow and the symmetrical arrangement of the molecules in the magnet forms an affect akin to a straw, where the aether flow is shielded in certain directions outside the poles and enhanced through them. </font>
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><font face="arial" size="2">some of this might be explained in more detail later in the book in yet unpublished chapters. </font>
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><font face="arial" size="2">there is a lot more information to fully understand the searl levity disc that i didn't go into for space reasons. there is a place online where the full technical papers were published and i have downloaded and read them, one jpg at a time... very, very laborious work to get off the net. they may already have disappeared now, such as is the case with "pirated" material. the writeup of the roschin / godin study goes into some greater detail about it as well. </font>
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><font face="arial" size="2">the searl designis based on creating a "virtual" spherical torus field with concentric, nested layers of rings and rollers. but once again, the primary polarity flow is from the center out to the edges. </font><font face="arial" size="2">
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you asked how this affects the earth. i have confirmation from a very good source that the reason why you don't see free energy machines coming out, especially in the us, is that when you start drawing the energy it affects the flux of the global grid. they can see this on specially built sensors on spy satellites. as soon as you get a working prototype, even if no one in the world knew what you were doing, if you get any real significant overunity effect they will know. what they do depends on the situation, but in some cases they will immediately seize it while you are away. that's why i put warnings in the book about this stuff.
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><font face="arial" size="2">hope this helps.</font>
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><font face="arial" size="2">peace be with you -</font>
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><font face="arial" size="2">- david</font>
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><font color="#000000" size="2"> something i am still unclear on while reading the book is the actual relationship between magnetism and aether flow.</font>
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><font color="#000000" size="2"> let me construct an example and see if you guys can help me out.</font>
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><font color="#000000" size="2"> i have a neodymium disc that is magnetized top to bottom and side to side. that means, one side of the disc is north, and if you flip it over to the other side, that side is magnetized south. in addition to this axial polarity, if you draw a line signifying the diameter of the disc, on one side of the line it would be north and the other south. so you have a disc that is magnetized axially and at two points on the circumference of the disc that are separated by the diameter of the disc. i can explain further, maybe draw a picture, if this is unclear. </font>
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><font color="#000000" size="2"> ok, what would the affect on the aether flow into the earth and from the earth be if i spun this disc at, say, 20,000 rpm? what about 40,000 rpm? are there any other effects?</font>
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><font color="#000000" size="2"> thanks, look forward to y'all's input...</font>
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><font color="#000000" size="2"> jeremy</font>

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