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    I am looking for instructions to build or access to a low voltage radiant energy generator. I want to produce 100microsecond or less pulses of unidirectional 5v. I am a medtech engineer and want to study this radiant energy on cell membrane voltage gradients. John Bedinin spoke of this on his Tesla page as below 100microseconds the voltage becomes painless and at even shorter pulse widths starts to feel like warm sunshine. I want to find out what is happening at the cellular level.

    thanks for any assistance


  • #2
    This should be simple to do with a 555 timer circuit, you can have it working in about half an hour on a breadboard. Just look for a "monostable" circuit diagram, or here are some examples:

    This will work if you just need single pulses. For a repeating pulse train, use another 555 as a free-running oscillator at the desired pulse repetition frequency to trigger the monostable. This will give you the desired width pulses at a given frequency. The 555 will run from 5 volts and can supply more current than you will likely need for this kind of experiment. The rise and fall times are something like 100ns and a good 555 can operate up to maybe 50 KHz (or correspondingly, 10 microsecond pulses). Just use batteries to make approximately 5V and it should work fine, although I doubt the output can be felt to the touch at any pulse width for a voltage this low. I once built a solid-state Bedini-style pulse charger capable of producing very sharp inductive flyback spikes up to around 1000V. With the output connected to a square of sheet metal about 1 foot square, if you put your feet (in shoes for insulation) on it they would indeed begin to feel like a warm glow was permeating them after a few minutes. I was hoping to improve foot circulation and it's possible it was working but hard to evaluate the results objectively.

    The idea also reminds me of the Hulda Clark "Zapper", which can be made from a single 555 and runs from a 9V battery. I didn't know John had discussed something similar. Happy experimenting!
    Last edited by tswift; 03-26-2017, 01:10 PM.


    • #3
      thank you. I'm tempted to just buy one of the hulda zappers. 30khz sounds feasible and I could probably change input voltage easy enough if 9v is too much.


      • #4
        I would tell you to try the first circuit on this page, and a few others on that page are quite good (don't build the transistor only version)
        Create a Website | Tripod Web Hosting (it keeps changing the link name on me, will not let me save the URL in just text without auto linking and breaking it either)
        but it seems to have vanished, maybe some archiving website still has a copy that is easy to find, (I can't seem to get to work right now)

        I have the page saved, but not getting any options to upload the circuit diagram here