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  • pecado
    If the center is 960 kHz = 0.96 Mhz, some of the coils around the central coil can use 100 pF capacitor. It is 1.28 MHz.

    In music, chords MI and FA, for example, C-E, C-F you can use 1.333 (4/3) and 1.25 (5/4) ratio and they don’t disturb the center. It is funny, that you find capacitors in those exact positions. I have playing violin 39 years and done all music theory (I have a diploma for it), so I know what I am talking about. It is not any new age stuff in a negative sence.

    Both ascending and descending harmonies (positive + and negative -)

    ascend MI(2) SO(5) = negative harmonies (expanding)
    descend LA(7) FA(4) = positive harmonies (compressing)

    This is how you have to design it.
    Last edited by pecado; Today, 05:23 AM.

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  • pecado
    I had to study a lot of physics and then I finally got it how to get an amperage. I also studied a lot of music theory. I get 350mA from the coil already connected in series and at the same time 400V. Then the 6 wireless coils around the center coil repeat 70mA and same time about 200 - 300 V each one. The solution was right thinking and then the really simple connections to the ground.

    I'm not here to advertise and I have no business relationship with the following, but the name says a lot in front page:

    "Also the Resonance Induction Coupler Kit Part II for learning how to complete a Don Smith System." It has been there from the last year 2022.

    There are a lot of good hints that finally make you get it if study all the links included and some additional literature, for example, On Sensations of Tone, Hermann von Helmholtz and The Universal One, Russell, Walter to get rid off of the ordinary thinking.
    Last edited by pecado; Yesterday, 04:05 AM.

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  • pecado
    For small Don Smith Device 2:

    I am using this for accurately measuring amperage
    Tekbox tbcp1 RF current probe
    Max. primary current (DC – 400 Hz): 80 A
    Max. primary current (RF): 3 A
    10 kHz - 250 Mhz
    (The amperate is calculated from the voltage measurement according to the chart in the manual)

    Now there is new models that accept thicker wire with thick plugs and the frequency range goes from 1kHz to 800 Mhz. This is the absolute the greatest way to measure RF amperage.

    I am using this for accurately measuring voltage 0 - 20000 V:
    Testec TT HVP 15HF
    Last edited by pecado; Yesterday, 04:04 AM.

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  • pecado
    To get "Don Smith device 3" fully working, it is much easier to test first with smaller device (also that you don't hurt yourself) with the bifilar coil (L2 with CW and CCW rotation winding matching single coil in Resonance Induction kit 1) included in:

    Quote from the link:
    "This is the next addition to the Resonance Induction Coupler Kit (R.I.C.K.) that adds more parts downstream to make a testing bed to more safely learn how to make Don Smith magnetic resonance energy systems, specifically Earth Electrical System II."

    I have got lot of good information from this kit and I have got also 1/4 wave with red wire working. It has a lot of parts and the value of the information and parts is much than $250. And this bifilar coil can be 100 % sure excited with much lower frequencies by utilizing harmonics or differential tones.
    Last edited by pecado; 02-23-2023, 06:35 AM.

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  • pecado
    Honestly, I have got best hints from and

    This book explains the best the electric fields and some fundamentals of free energy in really good way. There is one small error (Nikola Tesla 's equation): Research in Solid State Free energy generators (latest version - working here).docx. I call it 723 pages book

    The rest I have figured by myself just by reading a lot different literature.
    Last edited by pecado; 02-21-2023, 10:30 PM.

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  • pecado
    The following links have helped me do the right calculations. I count everything and then combine. This makes working much easier and it is much safer. It is important that the frequency has an accuracy of about 3 significant digits. You get much better efficiency. Therefore, the wire length must be exactly the designed length and you can measure several capacitors and choose the ones with the right value:

    Series resonance:

    Parallel resonance:
    Last edited by pecado; 02-21-2023, 10:43 PM.

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  • pecado
    For the device 2, I use coils that has wire length about 990.68 cm and inductance of 150.95 microHenrys. They are from:

    I use frequency:
    capacitance = 0.000000000180 Farads = 180 pF
    inductance = 0.000150 Henrys = 150 microHenrys

    resonance2 = 1/(2*3.1415926*sqrt( 0.000150*0.000000000180 ))
    968.5861 kHz
    Got it work in:
    around 930 kHz

    I use same frequency from start to end. It is the easiest way. Other way is to use harmonies, partials, differential tones.

    However, the receiving coils can be pure chords (in musical terms) of the center

    The best book about the differential tones and harmonics is On the Sensations of Tone, Hermann Helmholtz from 1800's
    Last edited by pecado; Yesterday, 04:02 AM.

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  • pecado
    In addition to device 2, I am same time building Don Smith device 3. I have understood that it uses Barker & Williamson coil 3064 Inductance: 32.0 microHenrys, coil length: 10 coil diameter: 3 turns per inch: 4, wire size: 12 AWG.

    Rick Friedrich said that it might be different size: What really matters is to understand fully all the concepts.

    I have myself calculated it according to the information provided:

    height_of_coil =
    7.62 cm
    length_of_coil =
    25.4 cm
    distance_between_wires =
    0.635 cm
    wire_length_one_turn =
    23.9474 cm
    lenght_of_the_whole_wire =
    957.8943 cm
    wire_length_one_turn = sqrt(distance_between_wires^2 + (height_of_coil*pi)^2)
    lenght_of_the_whole_wire = 40 * wire_length_one_turn

    I made the coils myself because there wasn’t available this coil when I started

    "Main coil" (coil L2)

    capacitance = 0.000000047 Farads = 0.047 microFarads
    inductance = 0.0000126 Henrys = 12.6 microHenrys

    resonance = 1/(2*3.1415926*sqrt( 0.0000126*0.000000047 ))

    resonance = 206.8168 kHz
    206.8168 kHz x 144 = 29.781 Mhz (related to wavelength, speed of light in copper)
    206.8168 kHz Devided by 6 (3, 6 and 144 numbers work great)
    operating frequency: 34.469 kHz
    If you do it without red wire, the frequency 12.400 kHz is better: To have standing wave.

    standing wave: 3 (1 and half), 6 (double), 9 (0)
    1, 4, and 7 are compressing harmonies (positive), or (4 7 10 is the same thing) 10 reduces to 1
    2, 5, and 8 are expanding harmonies (negative))

    Fibonacci: 1 2 3 5 8 13 21 34 55 89 144

    144 can be devided with 3, 6 and 9. This also important.

    Good information:

    I have unwinded the coil on the center the and connected from the center. That is the reason for the inductance about 12.6 microHenrys
    Last edited by pecado; 03-05-2023, 06:42 AM.

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    I have yet to receive any reply…
    Hermes ,you should add to your list ,
    As a newer open source builders venue in Europe ( global membership)!
    we need all the open source help we can get !
    Chet K

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  • hermesatar
    Originally posted by pecado View Post
    I got "Don Smith device version 2" fully working. Measured input 0.3W. On receiving coil generates 28 watts each. 3 linearly 84 watts. If you are interested about details, send me a message. I have analyzed all the physics and mathematics behind the device.
    Hi Pecado, I have PM you, but I am not sure if it made through. I am the collector and protector of free energy ideas and I have a linkpage at:

    and I have updated my Don Smith page at:

    If you don't plan to massproduce your Don Smith device I would be happy to put up all your information at:

    Please send your information to or

    Best Wishes, Hermes

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    we have many good open source builders who would cherish the opportunity ,
    tried sending a message,not sure it went through
    with gratitude
    Chet K

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  • pecado
    I got "Don Smith device version 2" fully working. Measured input 0.3W. On receiving coil generates 28 watts each. 3 linearly 84 watts. If you are interested about details, send me a message. I have analyzed all the physics and mathematics behind the device.

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  • Peculian
    Good example you have there ilandtan. Well done! Very simple example indeed.
    Have you tried to connect a ground/earth to the 'secondary' red wire loop ?

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  • ilandtan
    That bulb is illuminated in daylight, not a dark room. But whether it did or didn't, isn't the point. People expectations of some magical circuit to produce OU is not the right direction nor is it easy, or everybody could light a 10W bulb with a plasma globe emissions run from a 12V battery. I did it to show that Don Smith wasn't fake. Fig39.jpg

    Last edited by ilandtan; 03-21-2022, 04:49 AM.

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  • ricards
    Originally posted by ilandtan View Post
    13.2V and .4 A driving a 10Watt 120V LED
    judging by number, thats COP 2.. however were you able to compare brightness vs it being driven in the outlet power?..

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