This is also on the Info page on the top article about di-electrostatic propulsion. I'm posting it on this page though, just so people can have a sense of timewise continuity.
I was told I could use my Tesla tower to charge a car battery by connecting the system (or an antenna) to the positive terminal of the battery, and connecting the negative terminal of the battery to ground. In fact, people are already doing this I found out, from some online research.
They are actually getting a spark-response from antennas, because they are using steel components. Using aluminum and copper wire and antennas, the material is non-ferrous, and unable to resonate with a magnetic aspect, and unable to spontaneously generate a spark response. But by using steel wire and antenna components, then the material can naturally polarize with an electromagnetic aspect, and "spark-off" very easily, due to the magnetic aspect involved.
Using aluminum and copper components, the energy is non-polarized with a magnetic aspect, so it requires diodes. But by using steel components, no diodes are required to polarize the antenna electromagnetically. The antenna will still be polarized electrostatically, but only by using steel or ferrous material will it polarize electromagnetically (actually, magneto-electrostatically).
In fact, a Tesla tower using steel material instead of aluminum or copper will start generating electromagnetic current usable for motors and standard electricity (free energy) because it will resonate electromagnetically instead of radiant-electrostatically!
So. All those electrostatic (electrogravity) lifters out there using aluminum foil, need to switch over to something like thin steel flashing, instead (and sand off that insulative coating crap so that it's bare metal). That will give it a magnetic response. A unified field deals with electromagnetism. If you eliminate the magnetic aspect, it's not a unified field. Gravity responds to electromagnetism, and is an aspect of electromagnetism. Electromagnetic inertia is the whole aspect of electrogravity. Tin-foil non-ferrous lifters will not respond in a vacuum, but steel flashing can!
As mentioned above also, most lifters are vertically oriented, instead of curved shapes. Most of the youtube videos of di-electric propulsion in a vacuum don't work because they are using non-ferrous material.
Let this sink in!
Steel Utrons instead of aluminum or copper?
Steel Central Accumulator!
That's why these tests haven't been working even though the physics says they should! It's because people are not generating a magnetic response, or rather a magnetic resonance with the non-ferrous material they are using!
If you are going to use standard magnet wire, wind your coils around a steel pipe, or a steel core, or have a long bar magnet inside the coil winding, so it will resonate magnetically, naturally! But you'll need to take extra care, and be safety minded!
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I had suspected this a few years ago, but it wasn't until recently it was made apparant.
The materials you use will either harness a magnetic aspect, or not. If you want to harness only radiant electrostatic with no magnet, use aluminum. If you want something with an electromagnetic energy to it, like to run motors and propulsion systems, use steel.
This has been a bit of an anomaly before with verification of other people's test results. Some people have been measuring an electromagnetic energy in Earth surface charge, and some haven't. That can be due to a power line down, or a phone line grounding; however, the simple fact of the matter is that your material makes a difference, just like how Townsend Brown had to use the correct di-electric material in his famous saucer experiments.
It was tough using static electricity in an aluminum/copper tower. For one thing, the coils had to be really large. But the magnet increases the frequency so a small coil can be used (also di-electrostatic propulsion should now be much easier; the whole material should be very responsive using a ferrous di-electric material like steel or ceramic -- di-electric AND di-polar, AND it won't take that much current to get it to move since the magnet does most of the work).
Also, normal static electricity was unable to form any kind of electromagnet through a coil, unless it was polarized first. However by using a ferrous material, that natural polarization occurs WITHOUT the use of diodes.
A material cannot be moved in a vacuum by a magneto-static energy, unless that material can be grabbed onto by the magnet itself. Space is electromagnetic. So, a material that cannot conduct magnetically (OR electrically for that matter), cannot be moved through such a conductive medium. It's like trying to get a piece of plastic to magnetize or electricity to conduct through wood. Won't happen!
It's too simple, but it changes everything! It makes all of this actually able to work like it's supposed to.
People are now using steel antennas with a spark plug dangling from it over an automobile ignition coil; all connected to the positive end of the battery. The automobile ignition coil steps-down the voltage of a naturally-ocuring static spark discharge to a low-volt electromagnetic current to charge the battery. The negative terminal of the battery runs to ground. Being a dumbass, it took me a while to figure this out; however, we were all told that Tesla used aluminum, and electrostatic lifters used aluminum, and then we started to realize, "uh oh," mercury eats aluminum in utrons, aluminum doesn't resonate a magnetic polarity, and then .. realization occurs!
If you're like me, then you have to be told. Electromagnetic current will charge a battery. Electrostatic current without a magnetic wave won't. Magneto-electrostatic current can. Like kind only. Much like a Bedini circuit with a spark gap. And now, with natural polarization, coils will form electromagnets from the radiant static energy in the air, without diodes, just from the natural ability of a good di-electric AND di-pole material such as steel (ferrous material only, also like ceramic; ceramic also is what Tesla used in his di-electric hull plating).
There are some sucessful di-electric propulsion tests in a vacuum. Much of it all depends upon the material you use! It's a little something called "material science" AKA: "use the right materials in yer spaceship, dummy!" That's UTRMIYSD for short .. LOL
Now we can put di-electric and di-electrostatic propulsion to use in the OTC-X1 utron and accumulator construction, hull plating construction, and the like, in a vacuum. It will harness the magneto-electrostatic resonance as it should, as is the nature of gravity, light, the universe, and everything.
It actually makes a lot of sense. No current would run from a coil of wire stretched up to the sky and run to ground, unless there was a static connection made to the atmosphere from a metal disk or metal toroid shape, then the current would instantly flow; a static connection was made.
Space is conductive, too. Electrical currents run from the sun to planets and coments, and from planet-to-planet; and any object in space moving around will conduct a charge, and draw a current to other "connection points" or bodies in space.
A space motor, or di-electric / di-electrostatic propulsion system, makes use of the electromagnetic (magneto-electrostatic in a vacuum) connections, like a wire plugging directly into space itself (the aether or quantum vacuum), through a static connection node like the hull of a ship, or one half the hull to the other half of the hull.
Townsend Brown layered his di-electric and di-polar materials, as did Tesla. The energy of the universe, light, space, etc, is going to be the energies of what has to be worked. An asymmetrical capacitor using the shape of the hull itself has to be layered with materials that harness the forces of what are to be worked.
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Well ... I been searching the internet and apparently it is just one account of charging battery via antenna .. and it's the same account verbatim scattered on many websites, and whoever it was must have used a 4000 foot loop antenna or something because they got a spark plug to fire from it.
Others have tried it but hardly get any power, but they DO get an electromagnetic current ... although they aren't using a Tesla tower multi-transformer rig like I was. I was getting a LOT of energy but it was all electrostatic with no magnetic polarity.
Steel HAS to be the reason for magnetic polarity... because electricity without a magnetic polarity cannot even energize an electromagnetic coil or light an LED unless it's magnetically polarized. ... Muchless charge a battery.
I might play around with it .. I know using steel or a magnetized sleeve to wind the coil around will raise the volts way up.. at least.. But I'm going to spend like $20 bucks.. lol can't afford to do the experiment but maybe I can add onto it over time like I did the old one. ... can always magnetize a steel pipe or an old iron pipe if I can find one somewhere. Iron is the original permanent magnet.
You'd figure lightning would measure as an electromagnetic wave but it does NOT. only if it hits something on the ground that polarizes it magnetically does it become a static-magnet.
Lightning had induced my old Tesla tower on an average up to 60 volts on a strike MANY times .. but it was NEVER magnetic in any way, and could not energize an electromagnet coil... only like twice on rare ground strikes did it ever.
You know, it's funny .. my mentor (he commented on the Info page article about di-electrostatic propulsion) has been able to charge batteries from an antenna. But there has to be surge protection. . . . It's in the works to test, regardless. However, there are other people who have contributed to a verification that the material makes a huge difference.
So, I'm sticking with what I'm sharing here. Also, since multi-layered hull plating with special di-electric (maybe even semi-conductor) and di-polar properties apparantly is how Townsend Brown got his saucers to fly, according to historical research and information shared by his family, then it has to be said that the material properties is one of the prime aspects of di-electrostatic propulsion in a vacuum. My mentor also confirms this.
See, the battery charges due to radiant rise. The ground is a positive charge, which is why the negative terminal connects to the ground (the Earth's surface). The positive terminal of the battery won't connect to the Earth surface, because it's the same polarity, although the surface of the Earth is negative ENERGY.
The Earth charges the battery. The energy from the Earth expands within the battery. The electromagnetic current from the battery cannot form a circuit with the atmosphere under normal conditions. As I have mentioned being able to transmit the energy from a single AA battery just through some ordinary coils (through the console to the tower), through the Earth surface charge from inside the house to outside in the yard, through negative-energy inductive resonance, the energy of the electromagnetic wave travels over the Earth surface. That is why only ground strikes from lightning twitch on the magnet-meter (analogue electromagnetic voltmeter), as electromagnetic (static-magnet actually).
The energy of the Earth magnetically polarizes in the battery, and continues to rise up through the tower, trapping the electromagnetic wave within the battery. The battery itself provides the magnetic polarization, and it charges.
A similar thing happened in the Tesla tower once, trapping an electromagnetic energy briefly and circulating it within the tower. When I tapped it to ground though, it continued to run until I released the ground connection; and then upon reconnecting to ground a couple of seconds later, the energy was gone.
That may seem to be in paradox. It's a funny story. I tapped the tower to ground through my body with bare feet. I was getting shocked, and I let go! When I touched the tower secondary resonator again, the energy had already released. Yet, the tower spontaneously started transforming after that. I could raise and lower the squirrel cages and the volts would go up and down. I could raise and lower the secondary resonator coiled pole too, away from the ground or closer to the ground, to transmit more or less of the AA battery.
So, this is what I think ... the tower was able to hold an electromagnetic circulation which could return to ground. However also the Earth can release its own energy which pulses at a lower frequency electrostatically, and could be physically felt through the console (sometimes I called it the "touchstone"). There's a lot to be said about all that, in the Tesla Engineering Physics page. The console was connected to tower via wire for a time, and the grounds tapped to release either higher or lower electrostatic frequencies, which could physically be felt very differently. The air connection made all the people in the room light-headed, while the Earth connection made people feel queezy and heavy. It's no wonder why those energies affect the kundalini; there is a spiritual connection to the energies of life.
Just let that sink in for a little bit and see how everything is mapped out.
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The Tesla tower system is the energy accelerator in this case, allowing more energy to course up through the battery, or less. In the case of a spark-plug firing off in antenna grounding however, you have two parts to it.
The static energy in the air meets the polarity of the Earth surface. It does not move to the Earth, it allows a channel from the Earth up. True grounding however, is the grounding of negative energy to the surface of the Earth. .. All the Earth grounds from the grid infrastructure can instantly be neutralized from a flickering lightning strike, cutting power to the neighborhood for however long that lightning bolt may be dancing around, like on the surface of the neighborhood lake. However, di-electrostatic grounding is the polar reversal of radiant rise. It follows the same pathway. Spiritual energies can conduct and ground through the body, as the body kundalini energy rises up in that situation, as well, like a fluttering of wings rippling through the spiritual body, as the spirit "touches ground."
So ... to summarize:
> Winding coils around an iron magnetized pipe for the antenna gives a magnetic quality to the energy, and also using a magnetically polarizing material such as steel. The Tesla tower is set up for it, it transforms (raising and lowering squirrel cages to tune higher or lower volts), but where's the magnet? Connecting the positive lead to a battery may polarize it, giving it some electromagnetic energy to work with that can stay circulating in the tower. The battery doesn't ground out (although I wouldn't set the battery on the ground just to be sure), it charges.
The magnet is already there, and is always there, just needing to be polarized.
Diodes will isolate a magnetic polarity, but the material can, also. Since there is a magnet involved, even though non-polarized, the tower will still transform, and interact with the magnetized iron pipe antenna that magnet wire is wound around. Since the magnetic interaction is still there regardless, then the vibration of the electrostatic voltage, when set in motion, or otherwise induced (for example from near-by lightning flashes), then the static movement through the magnetic field will be polarizing. Lightning shows electromagnetic polarity in rare ground strikes, when it hits like an iron pipe, or quartz crystal deposits. The material you use makes all the difference. Di-pole and di-electric material will polarize electrical energy according to the material's properties, which is how diodes work.
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A battery set on the ground will deplete, or otherwise depolarize. This can be looked at in a number of ways. But since it's sitting on the ground, and there is no realistic radiant rise mechanism with just a battery on the ground, then it can be assumed that the energy field of the Earth is the interaction. The Earth's energy field is naturally a positive charge, relative to the atmosphere. But relative to itself, it is non-polarized. If you stick the ends of a digital voltmeter, it'll show perhaps a negative polarity or positive polarity, rather indeterminate because polarity depends upon the relative positioning of charge.
The energy of the ground is parallel and di-electric; negative energy, but positive polarity.
The battery will resonate inductively (negative-energy induction; able to pass through solid objects as well like the battery housing, concrete foundations, air gaps, etc) to achieve equilibrium. Think about it as the vibration of the Earth surface vibrates the battery housing, and energy is transferred through the vibration. Setting a battery on a 2 X 4 is enough to stop the battery from de-polarizing. For example a vibrating resounding crystal bowl on a wooden table will vibrate the table with sound, but if you set the bowl on a mat, the table won't give off sound along-with the bowl.
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Which way does the energy flow?
If you have a static build-up of charge in an antenna, the antenna may have a bright electrical corona, or otherwise the energy is held as a static charge, not moving around, just sitting there. Art Bell's old van with his antennas on it used to glow; tires insulate from the ground. Many times I've been riding in a vehicle and open the door to step out, touching the metal door frame and as soon as my foot touches ground, a static spark arcs between my hand and the door frame. Connecting the antenna to ground discharges the energy into the ground.
If this is the case, then when a battery positive terminal is connected to antenna, then the antenna naturally polarizes electromagnetically, otherwise the energy polarizes within the battery itself.
You have two cases: radiant rise, and electrostatic grounding, which determines the inertial direction of the movement of charge.
Plasma balls tend to float over the surface of the Earth; it can be assumed the plasma ball to be positively charged, riding over the positive Earth surface charge, yet having some mass to it so it does sink down to near the surface. Right before lightning strikes you, your hair may stand on end, indicating a radiant rise of energy, rising to make a static conductive corridor for energy of the lightning to travel between sky and ground.
Yet clearly, there is movement between the two. Townsend Brown discovered that those energies have inertia and can be utilized to induce motion by electrically polarizing a saucer-object's own inertia -- internalized and reactionless motion. Air flow around the object is a by-product of its own polarizing inertia, and the inertial field that it generates.
We have two polarities: The positive energy of the plasma-mass, and the negative energy of the di-electric plane of Earth surface. Yet it seems that both are a positive charge, whereas the atmosphere itself is a negative charge due to the difference of energy distribution. The sun is a positive plasma charge. Space is electrically conductive.
In space, charge will manifest on either side of asteroids or satellites or other stellar objects according to relative positioning of energy distribution.
The only question is, if an object is polarized positive and negative in all ways, thereby polarizing its own inertia, then which way does it move? EAGLEWORKS says theoretically, an object will move in the direction of its negative energy. But Townsend Brown says the opposite, and has shown us the way, historically.
Townsend Brown says an object will lose its balance in a direction that corresponds to an object losing its mass in one direction. Logic tells us that when something loses its balance in one direction, it'll travel in that direction. But it is the mass that moves, not the loss of mass. If an object loses its mass in one direction, then that loss itself is a force of mass upon itself. That can appear as a squeezing force of aether space upon one side of a massive object, like squeezing a watermelon or pumpkin seed between your fingers and it shoots across the room.
Radiant rise from positive to negative is not a force of mass, but a force of energy! It is the movement of negative energy to positive energy.
Yet the movement of mass (movement of charge) from a positive to a negative is a force that acts upon itself.
A static force grounds to negative energy, but the inertia of its energy projects upward away from the ground, as soon as it is polarized!
Lightning has danced overhead my Tesla tower before, crackling overhead, unable to touch ground due to the reflexive field of the tower acceleration upward. Also, grounding the tower on a clear day would immediately form an interference grid in the sky, like an "X marks the spot" (in a very wide area, too) in the appearance of cloud patterns, showing me that energy was rising up from the tower.
That is the essence of di-electrostatic propulsion: An object under inertial polarization will travel in the direction of the positive charge of its inertial mass, reactionlessly.
Even though the Tesla tower sits on positively-charged ground, the bottom of the tower itself is therefore a negative polarity. Even though, according to Earth surface, the atmosphere is a negative charge, the top of the tower in the atmosphere is therefore a positive charge. There is conduction between polarity. The Earth surface however is negative ENERGY (di-electrostatic in parallel; collapse and depolarization of the magnet), and the atmospheric charge is positive energy, extending away from the surface of Earth, in expansion to the relative "flat" plane of Earth surface.
Given enough energy and polarity, the top light-weight toroid of the Tesla tower, if allowed to disconnect, anchored only by a wire, could float up under static rise.
The polarizing of negative energy itself also not only moves away from gravity, because it is less dense, but under polarization moves in the direction of its positive charge. It is a paradox that a positive shape can exist within a construct of negative energy; but that is essentially why a static charge will cause a lightweight object taking up positive space to float. It is because the negative energy itself lowers the density of the material it evelopes, thereby lowering its mass (mass reduction), and given a polarity of its inertia, will move in the direction of its own imbalance.
Energy Density and Inertial Polarization.
If you really think about it, the shape of a warp drive "bubble" is a tear-drop shape which tapers off to a di-electric zero, so it compresses space behind the ship, not in front of it. BUT, the asymmetrical capcitor shape of the hull requires the "ground" on the bottom, and the tear-drop shape on top, because there is a paradox between positive shape and negative energy, and the imbalance between the two which creates inertial motion.
A better explanation of the infamous cone-shaped EM drive is that of simple lift. The energy has less pressure (not more pressure, even though the volts are higher) toward the narrow part of the cone shape because it is able to resonate faster, much like how the air moves faster over the airplane wing causing lift. So, there is less pressure toward the narrow part of the cone, AND an increased voltage -- think of the "speed force" of frequency and voltage.
That's a paradox in itself because water has more pressure when it moves faster, as in a turbine which speeds the water up as it moves through the turbine, as in the images of the turbines below on the next article. Water pressure is greater behind the turbine engine, moving the turbine corkscrew forward. How can water have more pressure moving faster, but air have less pressure moving faster? Water-force is pushed behind the boat propeller to move it (higher pressure and higher speed opposite the direction of travel), but air-force is accelerated over the top to generate lift (lower pressure and higher speed IN the direction of travel).
The vertical impeller aspect of the overall form of the LAU-X4 also demonstrates an increased frequency in the narrow portion of the ship's shape, shaping the internal inertial mass frequency in harmony with an external asymmetrical shape.
That faster frequency also exists with the Tesla tower, whereas the increase of volts is upward along the transformer.
The vertical core could even be a cone-shaped spiral were it not for the negative ground requirements of the central accumulator for di-electrostatic inertial "lift." That alignment is necessary for negative energy "rise" whereas negative energy moves to positive energy; but the positive static charge grounds to negative di-electric energy.
. . . this begs the question of whether or not the utrons are in fact hollow, or solid, if we consider static energy density ... They're most likely hollow considering the weight of them on a larger scale. Static exotic coils.
But then also, are they really steel since they have to pass through the magnetic gate between the electromagnets? It has been said by Carr that their shape causes them to accelerate through the electromagnetic gate. Certainly if they are aluminum, they would resist due to magnetic breaking.
But, if they are in fact magnetized steel (or hollow iron with a coil imprint, or otherwise a coil winding adhered to the exterior), for instance, then when the utrons pass in to the electromagnetic gate they are attracted to the electromagnets, and then a quick snap reversal would speed them right along!
One utron half can be magnetized in one polarity, and the other half in the other!
Well at the very least, the electromagnet has to collapse JUST PRIOR to hitting "top dead center" over the utron, giving it a nice magneto-electrostatic negative-energy charge. As soon as the electromagnets start to collapse, their polarity instantly reverses. No problems. Magneto-static exotic coils.
I like it!