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Old 01-03-2015, 07:35 PM
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Anything is possible with a clear, clean, crisp electrostatic signal.

Tesla's Special AC Electrostatic Generator

At its heart, Tesla's Special Generator is an electrostatic AC device. We make the mistake of basing our "modern" generators on Tesla's prior art: an electromagnetic design which creates a fuzzy signal of unsuitable quality for boosting into a more powerful output. So, we have to accept an electromagnetic generator's meager output for whatever it's worth and leave it at that - a very inefficient setup.

But with electrostatic generation of power, it's as if we dress a beast with two layers of electromagnetic clothing after first creating this perfect animal out of electrostatic AC signals. The first layer of clothing is a magnetic conversion of the beast's naked body, followed by a second layer of clothing composed of an electric current emanating from the prior layer of magnetic clothing. This final layer of clothing supplies the load/s.

The fundamental flaw in our investigation of whatever makes anything so very, very powerfully special is not some secret source of energy, but an extremely clear, clean, crisp audio-like signal - in this case, an AC signal coming from Tesla's Special AC Generator. Once a crisp signal of high fidelity is first created - no matter how weak, it will produce another crisp signal upon its amplification. In this case, amplification is achieved using the analog method of incorporating non-magnetic, but highly magnetizable iron as the pickup material of choice for imparting a magnetic field to a crisp electrostatic AC signal. The signal itself is created by an aluminum something or other alternating its movement/s to create this AC signal. The copper coiled wiring surrounding the iron pickup then carries a current away to supply a load.

If we wanted to create a powerful AC generator and all we managed to do was create a fuzzy signal with lots of distortion, then when that signal got boosted, it would be even more fuzzy than before. So much so, that it would be a mess and useless to even consider utilizing much less expect it to be a powerful signal. It doesn't matter how faint the initial signal is when it get's created; it's the clarity of the signal that counts. Power is easy enough to add; anybody can do that. But cleaning up a fuzzy signal once it's been made fuzzy to begin with isn't easy and doesn't get any easier once it's been amplified. So why go to all that wasteful trouble? Why not do it right from the start?

I think that Tesla's Special Generator was an outgrowth of Tesla's investigation into developing further his synchronous motor and generator designs. Because I think there are two types of crisp signals which can be generated by his Special Generator and they're both an AC signal generated by a synchronous method.

One type of signal is a spike excellent for radio broadcast communications.

The other type of signal is a sinusoidal wave form which was probably used for powering the electric motor-driven propulsion and various other loads on board Germany's WWII Electro-U Boats. This is the signal of choice for all of our power generation, but we don't use this method of producing power in today's society - or do we? At least to some extent, we know we do. But whether or not our synchronous generators are special generators - well, only imagination or the whistleblowing of an insider could ever clear up this mystery.

The spiked signal is probably created using William Lyne's supposition in the back of his, "Pentagon Aliens", book: a reciprocating piston moving no more than a sixteenth of an inch. But I bet that piston rotated as well as reciprocated. And I'll bet it alternated its direction of rotation for every half of its production of an AC cycle. It probably had squirrel cage style grooves cut into its sides to act as baffles and there may have even been matching grooves on the interior surface of the tube in which the piston reciprocated. These spiraling grooves would make the piston rotate as it moved in either one direction or its opposite up and down the length of its 1/16th inch movements.

Any movement of a piece of metal, if performed fast enough, will generate an appreciable electrostatic charge upon that metal. This is known as the Searle effect and is briefly described in Joseph Cater's book, "The Awesome Life Force".

So, distance of reciprocation is not the issue here just as William Lyne suggests; but speed does matter. So in all likelihood, the frequency chosen to operate Tesla's Special Generator is probably a very high one.

In any event, the signal generated by an electrostatically reciprocating charge will be a very clean, crisp signal of an AC characteristic. And because of the sudden and drastic reversals occurring using this Special Generator's cylindrically shaped piston, the signal will be suitably a spike - and not a sinusoidal wave - good for radio communication (possibly employing Tesla's Wireless technology).

This is where I digress from presumed notions of how to generate an AC reversal of electrical sign with a huge sharp increase, or decrease, in between each half phase of an AC cycle. Since this is an analog method employing no digital methods we have come to depend on, a novel method had to be used to effectively and simply do a hundred years ago what we'd probably use solid state integrated circuits to perform today.

But this merely takes care of the need for communication between land and sea.

I believe that power generation was created on board these Electro-U Boats using a toroidal shaped non-reciprocating rotor in a toroidal shaped shaft to generate a sinusoidal AC electrostatic signal. And these toroidal pistons were probably positioned surrounding each cylindrical piston with each piston at right angles to each toroidal piston paired with it. In other words, the axis of rotation for each toroidal rotor was congruent with the axis of reciprocation for each cylindrical piston. The centering of each cylindrical piston along the axis of rotation for each toroidal rotor would greatly enhance the sharp spikes generated by each cylindrical piston. It would also cause the cylindrical piston to act as a master and each toroidal rotor paired with each cylindrical piston to act as its slave. So, the cylindrical piston set a very sharp beat (just like a metronome), while the toroidal rotor further magnified this electrostatic field occurring all along its axial center wherein is conveniently positioned each cylindrical piston to take advantage of this electrostatic amplification. The whole process, as you can imagine, is mutual synergistic encouragement.

I also presume there are eight total piston/rotors in all...
  1. Four toroidal rotors.
  2. Four cylindrical pistons.
  3. And four phases of compressed air moving each of these eight signal generators.
  4. This requires four signal generators of each of these two shapes to sustain the production of an unbroken AC signal of each of these two types: one spiked and one sinusoidal.
The rough first draft of this post, in the form of an audio recording, is located here.
Even a UFO technology, as William Lyne describes it in any one of his three books -- "Occult Ether Physics" being one of them, is made more apparent with a clear and concise electrostatic premise. Once boosted with magnetics and electrics, levitation is made more doable.

So, it would appear that electrostatics is efficient, not because it is the be-all of technology, but because it's a firm foundation upon which to build up a magneto-electric super-structure in that order.
HINT: We've been programmed to think backwards on this subject by using the term: EM for electromagnetic as if electric fields were more crucial than magnetic. Well, the electric is more important than the magnetic but only as a consumer-oriented enhancement of the magnetic utilization of electrostatic forces. This is only possible by ignoring the electrostatic a priori to the magnetic/electric (magneto-electric) as well as ignoring the magnetic a priori to the electric. Hmmmmm. Is this why Eric Dollard calls electrostatic the magneto-dielectric? Hmmmm. Sounds like longitudinal is not a complimentary opposite to transverse, but is a balanced composite of transverse since the transverse has two aspects: the magnetic and the electric. So, magneto-dielectric implies a two-ness within a oneness: a magnetic/electric within an electrostatic.

Last edited by Vinyasi; 01-05-2015 at 07:01 AM. Reason: additional opening paragraphs...
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