Developing Over Unity Power Systems

This article superceeded  with a more recent study found here:

Dual Cones

[Theoretical discussion for Over Unity systems and project goals]

The basic goal of this project is to light a bulb to full brilliance without drawing any power from the mains.

The unequal compression of magnetic poles, where one pole of the magnetic field is skewed into a smaller area of space then the opposite pole. It is theorized that in this arrangement the c velocity constant is altered towards the compressed magnetic pole, and the tempic field forms a gradient between the unbalanced poles. - Scalar coils stop currents and pass alternate tempic field stress. In this state negative resistance is experienced.

Wilbert Smiths device showed us - spinning a magnetic field [spinning magnets] creates gravity - he got a 1% gain
Otis Carrs device showed us - spinning a diamagnetic field [spinning copper cones] creates anti gravity
In the second system we see magnets pulsing spinning copper cones - the diamagnetic field wins - it expands to a stronger state then the magnets hitting it.
It is not so much the fields then the materials involved. The Copper is only diamagnetic when a magnetic field is present for it to interact with. The motion expands the diamagnetic field in the copper. The fast pulses avoid the recoil of the slower opposing field. These copper systems exhibit Over Unity properties.

Understanding the Conical Coil and Pancake Coil

The Magnetic field around a wire

If you take a single copper wire that is straight, flow current through it one direction, you will get a spiraling magnetic field. The field interacts with the outside world but also it interact with its own nuclear magnetic fields coupled into the mass of the copper. There will also be a shift of the nuclear mass spin angle as the current is applied and removed. The current and magnetic field will follow the voltage of the wave by roughly 90 degrees. As the current passes the zero point the voltage will be maximum for AC waves and setting on the electron shell.

At any one point the magnetic curve around the wire, almost 90 degrees but skewed slightly, has a north pole leading and a south pole lagging the direction of current flow. The magnetic field forms a loop around the wire with poles buried in these loops. When winding coils, to get a magnetic field to become coherent and pop out as one large field, this happens along the sides of the wire where the fields aid between turns and not where the fields oppose. Aiding fields become coherent forming one larger field with only two poles and one blotch wall. Opposing fields break down and maintain their own poles separated from one another and pushing against each others fields. Thus magnetic fields grow out of the coils along the aiding alignments of the curved magnetic fields wrapping each wire. They form between the electron shells of the copper atoms that are in close enough alignment to become coherent fields. They then disconnect the sections of wire that oppose where smaller non coherent opposing fields start to push flux lines apart. It is the opposing fields that expand the envelope of magnetic flux.

Wire graphic

In this diagram we see the magnetic field spiraling around two wires that would be moving into the page. The arrow tip is the North pole and looking into the tail is the South pole. Current is flowing the same direction in both wires, and we see a coherent magnetic field growing along two sides of the wire loops. Between them an opposing field expanding away as it meets opposition. Magnetic poles form at top and bottom with blotch wall at the center, and side to side becomes neutral with many N S reversals and many separate poles with separate blotch walls.

If we wrapped a spiral coil of iron wire around a copper wire we could expect to capture the maximum magnetic field from the current flowing inside the wire.
On the ends we could rout the magnetic field with the iron wire and the electric field with the copper wire. The iron wire should achieve field coherence very quickly end to end having only two poles and one blotch wall.

Normal coils [sinoid coils]

With a normal coil these magnetic fields aid one another inside and outside but in the gaps between the wires they oppose one another. This creates a balloon effect and pushes the field larger outwards between the coils wires. Magnetic poles form at top and bottom of the coil and are the same size on each end, little tempic unbalance is present. Along the sides of the coil we see a tempic component near the "blotch wall" sides of the coil where opposing fields push the field outwards and widen the donut form. The magnetic field is denser on the inside of the curve of the wire then on the outside and this is why one pole dominates in a normal coil and sets up a coherent field encompassing the entire coil vertically. The inner pole direction has a higher flux density then outside the coil.

Pancake coils

Pancake coil graphic

In the pancake coil the fields above and below aid moving sideways, moving the magnetic field outwards, but up and down they oppose. The coils poles run around the wire and no one pole pops out to dominate top and bottom or side to side. Canceling fields run up and down and aiding fields run side to side. The side to side fields grow to a coherent state.This sets up a Rainmaker type field with one pole compressed inwards and one pole outwards both top and bottom! This is the reason a tempic field is formed using pancake coils. As the magnetic fields become coherent jumping from large loops to smaller loops the poles are turned inwards and compressed.

With a compass you can see a sharp flip of the magnetic field at the coils outer edge where a very strong N flips to a strong S. There is no real blotch wall area of any length. On the top and bottom there is a side to side field smaller on the inside radius. On top if a South pole is turned outwards then on the bottom a North pole is turned outwards. In the conical or funnel coils the bottom is compressed inwards again and one pole becomes dominant overall. The compressed pole become the dominant one.

Stacking pancakes

Growing fields in pancakes. Stacking Pancakes graphic

To bolster the magnetic field produced, we could place iron washers between opposing  pancake winds and develop stronger distortions of the circular coherent magnetic fields. The diagram above illustrates a reversed current in the center coil, or a reversed wind direction. On each layer a different pole would dominate moving outwards. If we place the iron on every second layer it would increase only one pole outwards.

In the diagram below each coil is the same wind,  we end up with a normal coil and a maximum cancellation of the fields possible inside, canceling on all sides of  each wire. This design would offer the maximum scalar canceling effects possible for the geometry of wire. [Aiding fields increase the density, and opposing fields lower the density.] However now we see long poles forming on the outsides of this coil. If iron was introduced so that none of it appeared in the aiding places, only inside the coil between the turns, avoiding the outside, then no coherent fields would form. A coil thus wrapped normally would become a scalar canceling coil. A coil wrapped with iron wire inside and no iron outside the turns would become overall magnetically scalar canceling.

Stacking pancakes 1 graphic

You can see there are two ways to stack pancake coils and each offers a different result but both will have density lowering effects.
A density lowering effect should increase the velocity of light speed.

[One of these configurations may be similar to what the cells Stubblefield was building do with both iron and copper wire very carefully wound.]

You can also now see that to create the strongest possible vertical magnetic coil is not as simple as just wrapping the wire around a nail. Since you can never eliminate all the opposing interactions you can even used reversed currents and only add iron where you want field coherence increased. In scalar coils you add the iron where no coherence can possibly form, thus any coil wind can be altered to run into the scalar canceling mode.

Scalar coils

In the scalar coils we are removing all the vertical opposing magnetic fields by running reversed wires between all wires on the tubular coil stack. It is the opposing fields that cause the magnetic fields to grow larger and extend outwards in a magnet. We think of scalar coils as canceling the magnetic fields, however if you look closely at the vectors between the wires you will discover sideways gaps aiding, and vertical ones are opposing. The field collapses downwards disappearing but emerges outwards around the sides with one pole out and one pole in. This rotates the magnetic field 90 degrees and compresses one pole inwards.

The "one pole out and one pole inwards" is the reoccurring factor in all these tempic field coils and relates only to wire geometry and direction of electric current.

Pattern noted

You can see that all coils have both aiding and opposing fields due to wire geometry. They vary in where coherent aiding fields form between the opposing ones.
The basic pattern we see everywhere in all these scalar devices is the compression of one side of the magnetic field inwards. Now moving energy through this field seems to alter c velocity, and maybe we could pin this down better as we have a feel for what is truly happening.

In the RainMaker base the hottest torsion field is on the inside between the bismuth coil and the iron outer shell, just poke a finger inside and this will become obvious as the sensation is one of almost burning energy. This is inside the single compressed magnetic pole turned inwards.
The unequal compression of magnetic poles - would seem to be the obvious key to producing tempic field effects, as well as the natural link to operate between tempic fields and EM fields.

Conical coils

Conical graphic
The conical coils produce a larger magnetic field under the cone then over it, this is the same pattern, pushing one pole of the coils into a smaller space and getting a tempic field component to emerge. In these cases people are still puzzling over just what this accomplishes, but OU effects are seen in these setups according to many of the experimenters.
Opposing field vectors are replaced by T for tempic or density lowering areas. The T fields are meeting with a skewed angle in the conical coil.
The conical coils give us an interface where EM is stronger along the opened end and nearly absent on the tips where tempic field is slowing c. 
Wilbert Smiths tempic field model fits this perfectly, and now we can understand the conical coils.

Narrow tip is the tempic field end -

Wide opening is the magnetic or EM side -

The conical coil, as an electric coil, is a conversion coil compressing one end of the magnetic field. The magnetic field is a function of current in the wire or the presence of a magnet. The tempic end will couple to the crystals or scalar coils. The magnetic side will pick up EM like crazy and should couple to EM or sinoid coils.
A natural progression would be sine coils - conical coils wide end - conical coils narrow end - scalar coils. Energy should be able to flow directly through this system either direction from tempic to EM sides.

The above observations lead one to consider a Tempic to EM converter using six conical coils with tips inwards [cube] to a 44.5 foot hi energy tempic ZPE scalar coil set or a density sphere center. Outside the wide ends we experiment with EM sine coils at different angles looking for DC and even possibly using high frequency diodes in the Mhz frequency ranges. This setup may begin to produce useful currents in some configuration. All six EM coils would be in series like in the Searl IGV.

If one works up a crystal that resonates at 1 to 2 Mhz for the scalar coil core at the center, we may see a resonance as well increasing the output to very high levels of EM. Magnets can be used for tunning the copper in the system to match the crystal frequency if necessary.

Interfacing both tempic [ZPE coils] and electric fields into the conical coil shows that approx 2/3 distance down from the tip a tempic or torsion node will form where the two fields cross in some kind of resonance. In a free standing conical coil the torsion node can be felt using a finger tip. Start at the tip feeling the high torsion end first, then compare it to the opened end. Next now slide the finger along the sides to locate the torsion nodes.

Incorporating geometry

Transition of icosahedron as coils inwards to a point form with 12 points, [the vector equilibrium form] may produce a natural conversion system.

ZPE coils in the center could be scalar 32 foot or 44 foot earth grid resonant. Either a system of many scalar wound coils in the platonic form, or density sphere with crystal center, or simply many pancake coils converging in a small space around a center point.

At the 12 points of the vector equilibrium, the conical coils move outwards to form the icosahedron with 12 flat surface ends. Thus the natural transition between the point forms and the surface forms to transform the energy from tempic compression to EM expansion. The system would have a tempic field gradient inwards, and a single magnetic field pole stuffed into it from all 12 directions if current is passed through the conical coils. Once EM is started to flow in the 12 conical coils it may become self sustaining from the tempic gradient alone as DC or possibly as a resonant pulsed DC of some form.

Before the EM field is set up in the conical coils the wire would be aligning all the nuclear fields 90 degrees to where it is needed to turn inwards, so to lesson the energy needed to start the process, copper lengths can be run inwards along the coils as radials. The proper nuclear mass should tend to reduce the tilt energy required.

Now any energy moving from inside to outside the device would experience a c velocity increase. The conical coils tips would be connected together to form one feed wire, and the outsides would form the other wire, for the primary of the tempic amplifier system. This section represents the tornado where only a little feedback is necessary to sustain the flow.

Secondary sine coils outside the system would tap each current loop and these are wired all in series. Electronic regulation could then be inserted to regulate or govern the load by sending the proper feedback to the primary side of the conversion system.

A simpler system could be set up as a cylinder device with conical coils around a single scalar tempic coil system. The coil is used as the center and the tips of the cones all move into the pancake wound coils. Pancake coils could be placed at any angle along the conical coils to increase the tempic gradient towards the center. these coils are operating at 90 degrees to one another. Density is higher inside the system where c velocity drops in space. Coils will operate in either tempic mode [no electric flow], or electric mode where currents are used to steer the magnetic fields to turn them inwards, or release them back to a sideways alignment or rest state.


It is important to understand the difference between coil types as Copper wire is a multifunction material. Copper is magnetic at the nucleus but not at the electron shell unless electric current flows. Copper becomes diamagnetic in a motional magnetic field. Copper becomes tempic in a fully canceled magnetic system.

In a tempic or ZPE coil, the magnetic field of the nucleus of the copper sets up an isotope line where nuclear magnetic fields align with the length of the wires or the longest geometric dimension of the coppers mass. This is also the rest state of non energized electric coils. Wires are now formed into special geometries to effect the tempic fields operating between wires and in special wire lengths.This can produce a very strong tempic field gradient in non energized coils. Conical coils have a tempic gradient as do density sphere scalar coils, mobius coils, bifillar coils, and the weave coil.

In electric coils the magnetic field is set into motion and turns from its rest state, altered by a field that is emitted from the electron shell of the copper atoms as electric current flows. With AC the field rotates, with DC the field turns 90 degrees and remains fairly stationary but still has a precessional motion around the angle of tilt. With DC pulses we can have a 90 degree turn, or this can also flip over depending on frequency, mass, and dimensions of the copper mass. The electric field can turn much faster then the nuclear magnetic field which is coupled to the mass of the copper atoms. Electric coils generate a back EM pulse with reversed electric polarity due to the lag of the nuclear field.

Stopping the destructive costly currents

In a powering system, it is the current that generates the magnetic field, but it is also the current that generates the "heat" in the copper wires. If we take power from the mains, [AC wall outlet] and run it directly into a scalar canceling bifillar coil, as the two opposing magnetic fields rise they meet opposition and stop flowing after a short pulse time for the magnetic field to rise enough to meet perfect opposition. In this state we have the power pushing against itself and this sets up a stress in the tempic field.

Now as the voltage builds up in the coil it meets a perfect magnetic blockage from the opposing direction. The current in the coil stops flowing but the voltage stress continues to be present across the coils two windings. This stress moves into the copper atoms as tempic field, and if using a copper tube core it travels down the copper tube as pure tempic field. The energy is present in the copper tube but no EM sensing equipment can register it. This kind of energy flows down copper wire just as easily as electric currents, actually easier because there is no heat generated in the wires and there is only one wire necessary to carry the alternate tempic field with respect to the background tempic field that is everywhere around us. The one wire carries both sides of the stress with the EM canceled.

To extract this energy we can wrap two coils, set them at 90 degrees to one another around the tube, wire them in series and out pops the EM as a sine wave.
Angular alignment of the two coils is necessary to form a sine wave. If the one parallel to the tube is resonant at the tempic frequency and the one at 90 degrees is resonant at the EM frequency we should get the maximum power out possible and little will be lost in the copper. If the coils are also 7-T to 11-E wavelengths both will resonate both waves in series.

Maintaining the power factor is a practice already in use by power companies, telephone companies, and antenna systems. In transmission lines it is good to have a balanced X(C) and X(L). Capacitive reactance and inductive reactance balance at resonance and the energy shoots much higher with less losses.
The problem to OU systems is that as the current flows we get resistance. If the resistance is from electrons jumping atoms, then we start to pay for the losses in heat and money as the power meter starts to spin faster. The tempic field from a power meter spinning is what we desire to avoid in OU work

It is proposed that if we use EM energy coming out of the Scalar coil input system it be kept in resonance. If possible the load will run off the negative resistance side of the waves and shunt any positive resistance around it back into the capacitive side of the circuit.

Negative resistance

The notion of negative resistance has been well spelled out in previous works of others. It is my suggestion that we need to identify where this happens in copper systems so we can begin to use it.

Formerly it has been noted that there are two methods of creating a negative resistance:
1 - Capacitance
2 - Square waves
In the second case it is only the leading edge of the square wave or the trailing drop that carries this element of the energy.
With capacitors it is their ability to deliver instant voltages with almost no internal resistance to slow the propagation of the energy wave. This is Tom Beardens model. The E vector potential moves into the copper wire faster then the electrons can flow into it. While a coil collapsing delivers a slow building voltage and current moves in the wires as it discharges its energy, the capacitor can deliver the E vector first at c velocity down the wires before the current flows.

When you look at the copper interactions, what we see is that it is the pulse into the atoms, before the current starts to flow, that exhibits this negative resistance.
Once current begins to flow then the negative resistance gain is outweighed by the positive resistance, and the circuit moves into the heat loss mode and starts to destroy the source of the energy, then the money starts to flow towards the power company.

What has not been related as of yet is how to use this energy in copper such that we power something without drawing current.
Extremely high frequency pulses of short duration will do this, however HV HF is not an acceptable method for day to day powering systems where humans must live. Large Tesla coils are not something we want powering our homes using 1 us pulses. These high discharges will also generate RF that will propagate and radiate outwards creating high loss. We want to contain the energy inside our load, we want it in resonance, and want the load powered off the negative resistance side of the current flow. We want low enough frequencies that our wires do not become transmission systems filling the living space with EM.

Scalar coil input from the mains

Experiment 1- is purposed to show how to extract E vector energy from the dipole in an AC system, without drawing current and transfer this energy into a copper tube, wire length, or even an iron core.

If total current can either be reduced to Zero, or returned  with a 180 degree phase shift [scalar canceling] the power meter will not move.
The guts of a power meter, a coil [that must draw current] creates a moving magnetic field. The magnetic field causes an aluminum disc to spin from induction. The shaft is geared to count the turns, the KWHs are then counted on a mechanical register and you are billed accordingly. If you try to spin the disc backwards it is generally designed to jam the gears and stop turning in most power meters.

Experiment 2 - is purposed to learn to extract a usable current in EM field resonance from the tempic energy produced from the above system and keep this current from moving back to the mains. 

Experiment 3 -  is purposed to discover how to resonate the tempic field side of the circuit as well as the E field side in the system driving the resistive load and pushing the output energy up wards to useful over unity levels. It may be possible that some loads can be powered from scalar canceled waves entirely and no current need flow through them at all.

Perfecting Resonance - Tri field resonance

Experiment 4 - is purposed to add magnetic field resonance to the system, the one known method is by having alternating fields spaced up a ferrite core such that the opposing field create resonant spin in the field as it moves in the B plane of motion. A stack of properly spaced opposing windings may achieve this, or a coil wound with correct spacing between each wind. If tri field resonance is achieved, then it is suggested by Smith that an energy mass will become present that responds to psi abilities that can be manipulated faster then Light. This application is well beyond simple OU powering systems and more suited to communications but may still apply. All three fields must become resonant in one coil or device.

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