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Old 11-08-2016, 06:27 AM
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I'm sitting here in disbelief, speechless as many have already said. It was John and his discoveries that fueled and captured our imaginations here in my home. John will truly be missed. My heart sank with so much to be said yet nothing to say, rest well my friend
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Thank you for helping me keep my inspiration and helping me work for an alternate present and future. Working on the SG has been a very positive thing for me.

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Old 11-08-2016, 10:17 AM
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Sorry to hear the sudden pass of John, my condolences for his family and his friends.
We all have lost an exceptional personality, hopefully not all of his vast amount of knowledge will be lost.

May he rest in peace.

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Old 11-08-2016, 11:17 AM
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John rest in peace,

John rest in peace,

Will be missed but never forgotten

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Old 11-08-2016, 12:50 PM
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This is a sad day for me and for us all.
If there is a God, we know where John is now.
The first two people who inspired me to do my own experiments were
John Bedini and Tom Bearden. Since then, I have followed all of you with great interest, Peter, Jim, Paul, Eric, Aaron and not to forget, the late David Squires.
Please all of you, take care. You are all important to our cause.

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Old 11-08-2016, 05:28 PM
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God Bless you John and Gary

These deaths have been the cause of much reflection. When I think of the movement of research that the Bedini name has inspired, what comes to mind is an avalanche of distributed, inspired and insightful researchers who ARE willing to "do the experiment". We have John Bedini to thank for daring us to investigate for ourselves, for sharing all that he could with us.

Please take the lessons he correctly shared and give them to another, improve on them and inspire others to do the same.

I think that would make John happy.

We love you John and Gary Bedini.
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Old 11-08-2016, 11:21 PM
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This Friday at the ASTRO SA meeting, half a world away from Idaho, we will also pay our respects to the Great Man via a tribute video, slide show, followed by a period of silence, as we spin up one of his monopole SG motors…
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We must preserve their work and create a museium Fund this?

For me John has been a solid rock. I could always count on Johns' voice to clearly show the truth. the Videos of him speaking, showing and displaying his excitement is always so dear to my heart. The greatest thing I have to look forward to is hearing his voice again... some day!

In the mean time I have already been clearing the obstacles for building my first SSG energizer. I have waited so long so I am most sure he will be happy to have touched me so deeply. Thanks Jesus for sharing this soul with us...

It was a pretty normal night about 2 weeks ago when to my surprise in my dream John sternly Jested at me saying don't rush, one step at a time... The funny thing is John and I never even made any contact. You know how the spirit works sometimes. Thanks Jesus you make me laugh.

Happy trails John and Gary. We will do as you have suggested.
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Old 11-09-2016, 11:43 AM
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Godspeed John Bedini!

Sorry for myself that I won't get to meet John in person, but I'm happy that he moved on apparently quickly and without a lot of suffering. As a friend of mine who also suddenly and unexpectedly passed over, and his wife have on their gravestones, "He graduated from Earth!" The body is not the self - the body is never the same from one moment to the next. The Gita tells us that dropping the body is just like taking off a coat. That the "indweller" can not be cut by weapons, can not be burned, can not be dried away.

John Bedini is right up there with Royal Raymond Rife in my book - his last great effort at restoring lost knowledge. I love the photo that you posted Aaron - that's how I want to remember him. That John apparently so loved his brother Gary, that he chose to follow after him in short order, is a great testament to John I feel.

John gave everyone who would listen or read, a great deal to consider, to build on - a starting point and a touchstone. He will be missed of course, but we will best honor his legacy by continuing on the trail that he blazed - finding the cold electricity of the Aether - and blessing mankind with it. I won't doubt for a moment reports that he is helping from the other side of the veil.

Peace and Love to him, his family and many friends.
Via con dios - Go with God, John Bedini!
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Old 11-09-2016, 07:18 PM
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The Amazing Bedini SSG

As a tribute to John I dug out my very old SSG build from long ago. It started right up after years on sitting on a shelf gathering dust. Perhaps others who have one can do what I did and make a short video. I think he would get a kick out of seeing all the different builds. For many of us an SSG build was an amazing experience. I can still remember that moment when mine sprang to life on my kitchen counter top. I just stood there staring at it. Here it is--still working after all these years. Thanks John.
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My First Bedini SSG

Thanks Rusty for posting your first Bedini SSG. Great idea!

I don't have my first Bedini SSG anymore, however I do still have the video of it posted up on YouTube. Posted up on April 7, 2007

Looking back at it, I did just about everything wrong on that setup but it still ran and charged batteries. Check out the custom coil height adjusting mechanism!



I was so excited that it ran at all!

If it wasn't for John Bedini, I would've never experienced many of the things I did over the past ~10 years. So many great memories!

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Old 11-10-2016, 02:48 AM
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Thank you John for having been my inspiration for the last decade.
My achievements looked clumsy compared to yours, but you made me happy
Thank you again.
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Old 11-10-2016, 03:01 AM
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This will be the short tribute video for John Bedini to be played at ASTRO SA this Friday...

It was emotionally very difficult to make.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSlN3xgcvSQ
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Old 11-10-2016, 03:37 AM
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This will be the short tribute video for John Bedini to be played at ASTRO SA this Friday...

It was emotionally very difficult to make.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSlN3xgcvSQ
Thank you for that Michael!

Definitely need to embed that (youtube icon):

You have it unlisted. Can I share it on FB or do you want to keep it for people that stumble upon it here?

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Thank you for that Michael!

Definitely need to embed that (youtube icon):

You have it unlisted. Can I share it on FB or do you want to keep it for people that stumble upon it here?

I've made it public now.

Sure, share as you wish.

The music is featured in a haunting Aussie film: "Picknick at Hanging Rock"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8m-6bU4x7us
I felt it was about the only music found that expressed the sentiment we all feel.
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Old 11-10-2016, 05:17 AM
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Hi everybody,
Good healthy man like John won't just drop dead like that. Was he working lately on some special project that would help humanity some special way?
That would do it guys. Some body did something to him, Johns death is too suspicious, somebody took him out for something! I will leave it at that.

Wake up people please look into this!
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Old 11-10-2016, 06:23 AM
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Good healthy man like John won't just drop dead like that. Was he working lately on some special project that would help humanity some special way?
That would do it guys. Some body did something to him, Johns death is too suspicious, somebody took him out for something! I will leave it at that.

Wake up people please look into this!
There was no foul play involved and those of us who were the closest to him knew that. He was under tremendous stress for months and it was taking a toll on him - taking care of Gary and also doing double duty covering all of Gary's company duties on top of his own work. It was way too much for anyone and is a testimony to his incredible dedication to family first and then to his work. John's passing will not be turned into some mysterious conspiracy theory because it just isn't true. The Bedini RPX Sideband Generator is the last great legacy that he gave to the world and he has now passed the torch. It's time for all of us to step up to the plate and actually apply what he has been teaching for all these years.
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Old 11-10-2016, 06:28 AM
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Good healthy man like John won't just drop dead like that. Was he working lately on some special project that would help humanity some special way?
That would do it guys. Some body did something to him, Johns death is too suspicious, somebody took him out for something! I will leave it at that.

Wake up people please look into this!
Dear mksboysal,

To the best of my knowledge, there was no "foul play" associated with John's death. His brother Gary had been under-going treatments for throat cancer for the last two months, and John was quite stressed about that. He had done everything he knew how to do to help his brother get through this illness. By the time all of his treatments were done, Gary was cancer-free but quite weak. While still in the hospital, nursing staff helping him get out of bed to go to physical therapy dropped him by mistake. The fall broke his pelvis. At that point, Gary's condition went down hill very rapidly.

John and Gary had been brothers, best friends, and business partners for almost 40 years. Professionally, they had done everything together. When Gary died, I am quite sure that John was not expecting to die. All last week, John was working to help put Gary's personal affairs in order. John died of cardiac arrest 4 hours after his brother passed. His heart just stopped. Paramedics worked to revive him for over half an hour but he never came back. Apparently, going on without his brother was not possible. If he actually died of a "broken heart" it wouldn't surprise me in the least.

Please DO NOT start any rumors about John's death being suspicious, because it was NOT. John's death was shocking, and unexpected, but there is absolutely no evidence that it was anything other than a natural death.

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Old 11-10-2016, 06:34 AM
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I'm going to be printing out all the comments here, from email condolences, etc... and will put them into a binder to give to Ronda Bedini at the memorial. I think it would mean a lot for her to have something from John's fans from around the world sharing how he inspired you, contributed something that positively impacted your life, etc... I have to do this sometime tomorrow so if you want to have your message included, please post it before tomorrow morning. Gary kept quiet behind the scenes mostly, but if you knew him, please include something about Gary as well.
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Dear mksboysal,

To the best of my knowledge, there was no "foul play" associated with John's death. His brother Gary had been under-going treatments for throat cancer for the last two months, and John was quite stressed about that. He had done everything he knew how to do to help his brother get through this illness. By the time all of his treatments were done, Gary was cancer-free but quite weak. While still in the hospital, nursing staff helping him get out of bed to go to physical therapy dropped him by mistake. The fall broke his pelvis. At that point, Gary's condition went down hill very rapidly.

John and Gary had been brothers, best friends, and business partners for almost 40 years. Professionally, they had done everything together. When Gary died, I am quite sure that John was not expecting to die. All last week, John was working to help put Gary's personal affairs in order. John died 4 hours after Gary. I don't believe an autopsy was done, but if he died of a "broken heart" it wouldn't surprise me in the least.

Please DO NOT start any rumors about John's death being suspicious, because it was NOT. John's death was shocking, and unexpected, but there is absolutely no evidence that it was anything other than a natural death.

Peter
Dear Peter & Aron,
I take your word for it based on what you guys said above, and so be it...

I never met John Bedini in person however as I watched his videos he felt like a great brother and a friend to cherish. He is legacy and his accomplishments will not be forgotten as it's written in the pages of history and within the hearts of many, which will continue to live forevermore.

John, have left his footprints on the valleys and hills across the Land searching for over-unity, which was a quest for freedom and liberty.

With all the good thoughts and respect and love, not just mine but with many,
I pray that John's soul and Spirit will be charged (with Gods fuel)and when time comes for him to move on, may he be blessed and soar like an eagle fly across sky and rich to octaves LIGHT and explore the wonders mysteries of the of SPIRIT... And rip the rewards of his good works and deeds he has lovingly and sacrificially performed on Earth.
John, may you blessed many fold here and here after and beyond,
where ever you and wherever you go.
Amen.
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Old 11-10-2016, 11:06 PM
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That's quite a shock, very sad to hear this news..........at least John has found rest from his labors and the burdens of this life, in that light he's entered into rest. I pray his family members get the support they need at this time.

We all owe John a debt of gratitude for the knowledge he has humbly and generously shared with all of us over the years. Unlike others, John not only generously shared his knowledge but he also understood the right way to deliver that knowledge. There was always a fatherly guidance that came with that knowledge, the encouragements to research ourselves, to experiment ourselves, to build ourselves. This guidance was to deepen our own understanding, increase our appreciation of what was being revealed and to experience it for ourselves. It was a guidance encouraging personal responsibility, hands on involvement, and an inclusive call for all of us to participate in his research. I think that's something we should all remember.

I encourage everyone to pull together and continue in this spirit of pioneering research......to further everyone's understanding.......its an important, meaningful and purposeful pursuit. John's left us a wealth of knowledge and an important legacy....

Note I never knew John Bedini, but this is what I knew of him by his work .....
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Old 11-10-2016, 11:34 PM
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Gary Alexander Bedini, 64

November 9th, 2016

Gary Alexander Bedini, 64, passed away on Nov. 5, 2016. He was born in Rochester, N.Y., on Nov. 17, 1951, to Rosalee and Alex Bedini.

He moved to Coeur d’Alene in 1990. He and his brother, John, were partners in business for more than 40 years. They built high end stereo equipment and most recently battery chargers and solar equipment for home solar energy equipment.

Gary had many artistic talents and most recently did beautiful wood carvings as his hobby.

Gary was preceded in death by his wife, Debie. He was survived by his daughter, Ashley Marie Bedini; sisters Sheryl Edgington and Andrea Brooks; mother-in-law Dorothy Fiorucci; brother-in-law Gary Edgington; sister-in-law Ronda Darrah-Bedini; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, 2016, at the Hayden Lake Eagles, 1520 W. Wyoming Ave., Hayden, with a potluck to follow.

In lieu of flowers, please make a contribution to the Kootenai Humane Society.

Visit Gary’s online memorial and sign his guest book at www.englishfuneralchapel.com.
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John Charles Bedini, 67

November 9th, 2016

John Charles Bedini, 67, passed away unexpectedly on Nov. 5, 2016. He was born in Glendale, Calif., on July 13, 1949, to Rosalee and Alex Bedini.

He moved to the Coeur d’Alene area in August 1990 and was presently living in Hayden. He was a proud member of the Hayden Lake Eagles where he served as Trustee. He loved cooking for various events held at the Eagles Lodge. His favorite pastime was working on and driving his hot rods and motorcycles.

He and his brother, Gary, ran electronics manufacturing businesses for more than 40 years. John had a natural talent for designing electronic circuits. Many times he would wake up from a dream and sketch the circuit down on any kind of paper he could find around the house. Most recently his talents were being used in the design and manufacturing battery chargers and solar tracking devices for use in home solar power units.

John was survived by his wife, Ronda Darrah-Bedini; sisters Sheryl Edgington and Andrea Brooks; brother-in-law Gary Edgington; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, 2016, at the Hayden Lake Eagles, 1520 W. Wyoming Ave., Hayden, with a potluck to follow.

In lieu of flowers, please make a contribution to the Kootenai Humane Society.

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Good-bye, John.

John's efforts and contributions are beyond description. He cared. He will always be missed. To me, he was the Father of Free Energy to our generation.

Thank you, John, and happy trails.

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Eulogy for John and Gary Bedini
Read by Peter Lindemann at the Memorial Service on November 11, 2016

John and Gary worked their whole professional lives together. Every day, for 42 years, they were both there, working side by side.

Their first joint business venture was Bedini Electronics, started in 1974. This move, to start their own business, became necessary when John was fired from his job for developing an audio amplifier circuit that was better than his employer's designs.

John took on the role of "resident wizard." His company title was President, but he was really the Director of Research and Product Development. From that day on, John was freed to let his extraordinary creativity flow. Gary handled logistics. His company title was Vice-President, but really he acted like the CEO, because he handled everything else that it took to build a business around John's remarkable products.

Their flagship product was the 25/25 dual mono audio amplifier. In 1974, this was the very first high fidelity audio amplifier made with transistors that could compete and out-perform the much more expensive "high end amplifiers" that were still using vacuum tubes at that time. In the exclusive and stogy world of Audio Aficionados, it was believed that the warm glow of a vacuum tube was simply necessary to produce the softer, more dimensional qualities of music that sophisticated listeners demanded. To John, this was nothing more than elitist mysticism. He simply purchased a number of the vacuum tube amplifiers that people raved about and did a full-spectrum analysis of the waveforms it produced. Then, he just built a transistor circuit that emulated those waveforms. In blindfolded listening tests, customers routinely chose the 25/25 over much more expensive brands because they actually liked the sound quality better.

This established the pattern for the rest of their lives. John spent his days at the electronics bench and in the machine shop, constantly researching new ideas, prototyping new products, and overseeing quality control on the current production line. Gary spent his days in the front office, paying bills, staying in contact with suppliers and dealers, creating label artwork, writing product manuals, and overseeing shipping and receiving.

Over the next 20 years, Bedini Electronics produced multiple new models of audio amplifiers and pre-amps for a growing clientele. In its "hay-day," the Bedini brand of audio equipment was sold in over 100 high-end music stores in North America, in addition to having Dealers in dozens of other countries around the world.

The success of the audio business gave John the resources to pursue a huge range of interests. These included the possibility of self-running electro-mechanical machines, the possibility of healing disease with radio frequency transmissions, the possibility of transmitting energy through or receiving energy from the Earth itself, and dozens of other ideas that modern science still gives little credence to. For John, the possibilities were a challenge, an opportunity to discover something new. He dove into these pursuits with a standard of self-honesty and single-minded thoroughness that most researchers in the fields of science have never imagined or held themselves to.

Historic figures that inspired these explorations included Nathan Stubblefield, Nikola Tesla, Albert Abrams, Royal Rife, Raymond Kromrey and many others. Early and influential contemporaries that joined John in these quests included Ron Cole, a brilliant electronics engineer who worked for a local television station in Los Angeles, and Tom Bearden, a retired Lt. Colonel from the US Army, whose collaboration and friendship spanned the rest of John's life.

Gary watched in wonder at John's impossibly wide range of activities. Personally, Gary didn't share John's passions or aptitudes for these scientific pursuits, but every time something actually grew out of these explorations, Gary was there handling all of the support activities in the background. Gary was always on the lookout for the business opportunities to emerge from John's research activities. And emerge they did.

By 1989, John had spent a great deal of time and money on research into the work of Royal Rife, actually being in possession of Rife's Universal Microscope for a time, as well as various iterations of self-running energy machines, many based on ideas from Raymond Kromrey, himself, and his friend Ron Cole. While very advanced technical successes were achieved during this period, none of these activities lead to new business opportunities.

The first big break since the success of the Bedini amplifiers was John's development of BASE, in 1989. BASE is an acronym which stands for the Bedini Audio Spatial Environments. It is a holographic, 3-dimensional sound processing method that could place sound sources anywhere in your mind's auditory sense of the environment. The effects of this way of processing recorded or live music vastly surpasses anything that so-called "surround sound systems" can produce today. The process could even be applied to recorded music broadcast on stereo FM stations, with 3-dimensional music magically appearing in people's homes and vehicles within the broadcast range. The technical achievement was stunning, and absolutely original!

A new company was formed around this technology, named GAMA, and millions of dollars were raised. Patents were filed and issued, but unscrupulous business partners siphoned away the money and released the technology to various recording studios without any licensing agreements. This treachery compromised the Intellectual Property rights of the company, so its stock value collapsed shortly after it skyrocketed. A handful of investors became multi-millionaires, but John and Gary were prevented from selling any of their stock when the company looked viable, so they came out of the venture penniless. John did manage to prevent anyone from back-engineering the technology, by keeping certain methods proprietary, but a number of people did try to steal the entire method, outright.

The collapse of GAMA precipitated a sequence of events which made it necessary for John and Gary to move Bedini Electronics out of Los Angeles. So, in 1990, they moved to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, to lick their wounds and quietly set up shop again. The audio business had changed a lot since they started. The recording industry was moving away from analog and adopting digital methods. Amplifier sales had been dropping for years.

To kick-start the business again, Bedini Electronics introduced the Clarifier in 1990, another one of John's amazing technologies to make digital recordings play back with higher fidelity sound and visual accuracy. Critics and audiophiles eventually loved it, and they clawed their way back into business.

But John and Gary had seen the trend a couple of times. The only people they could really trust and count on were each other. By the end of the 1990s the economy was booming and Clarifiers were a big success. John's experiments in self-running machines had evolved to include a simple, hand-held toy that could run from a 9 volt battery for a very long time. Much, much longer in fact than the battery could run any other device or appliance.

And then, in the winter of 2001, another interesting thing happened. A friend came over to John's shop one day and asked him if he would help his daughter with a Science Fair project. John agreed, and so he taught Shawnee Baughman how to build the toy motor that didn't run its battery down. Amid significant controversy, she won the Science Fair that year in Coeur d'Alene, but the science teachers were not amused and they did not believe that Shawnee could possibly know more about electricity that they did.

Shawnee's successful replication of John's technology set off a sequence of events which lead to the formation of Energenx, Inc., the development of the advanced battery chargers and solar charge controllers, and the eventual publishing of the bulk of John's scientific work by Energetic Productions, Inc. and A&P Electronic Media.

At his death, John was the world's foremost authority on the work of Royal Raymond Rife and Nathan B. Stubblefield. He made dramatic and substantial contributions to the audio industry and stands within the top 5 audio engineers of all time. But history's special place for John will be as the inventor who gave the world its first trillion dollar invention, the simple self-running machine, and placed it fully and completely in the public domain, and taught tens of thousands of people in over 50 countries how to replicate it successfully.

The magnitude of John's humanity and generosity is yet to be appreciated, but one thing is certain, much less of this would have happened if Gary had not been there with him, every step of the way. Gary's name is on every amplifier; his personal work is in every battery charger; his unrecognized support is in every minute John had to discover what he found and do what he did.

John thought, we all thought, that he would go on after Gary's passing. But his heart simply said NO. What they did, they accomplished together. The spectacular, creative output from the Bedini Brothers for the benefit of humanity now comes to an end, but the good that will come from this will continue to grow for decades.

Today, we mourn the loss of these two great human beings. John's role was to be in the spotlight. Gary's role was to make sure the spotlight was focused properly on John's accomplishments. They each played their roles with grace, humility, loyalty and trust. It was my great honor to know them both.


In closing, I offer this short poem about John's passing.


The brightest light has left the room,
how can we go on? asks the first friend.

All we can do, says the other,
is live our own lives and remember,

He taught us how to see in the dark.

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Very kind, well spoken words Peter... Thanks for posting the eulogy.

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I have been asked to make my statements at the Memorial Service available to the public. Here they are:


Eulogy for John and Gary Bedini
Read by Peter Lindemann at the Memorial Service on November 11, 2016

John and Gary worked their whole professional lives together. Every day, for 42 years, they were both there, working side by side.

Their first joint business venture was Bedini Electronics, started in 1974. This move, to start their own business, became necessary when John was fired from his job for developing an audio amplifier circuit that was better than his employer's designs.

John took on the role of "resident wizard." His company title was President, but he was really the Director of Research and Product Development. From that day on, John was freed to let his extraordinary creativity flow. Gary handled logistics. His company title was Vice-President, but really he acted like the CEO, because he handled everything else that it took to build a business around John's remarkable products.

Their flagship product was the 25/25 dual mono audio amplifier. In 1974, this was the very first high fidelity audio amplifier made with transistors that could compete and out-perform the much more expensive "high end amplifiers" that were still using vacuum tubes at that time. In the exclusive and stogy world of Audio Aficionados, it was believed that the warm glow of a vacuum tube was simply necessary to produce the softer, more dimensional qualities of music that sophisticated listeners demanded. To John, this was nothing more than elitist mysticism. He simply purchased a number of the vacuum tube amplifiers that people raved about and did a full-spectrum analysis of the waveforms it produced. Then, he just built a transistor circuit that emulated those waveforms. In blindfolded listening tests, customers routinely chose the 25/25 over much more expensive brands because they actually liked the sound quality better.

This established the pattern for the rest of their lives. John spent his days at the electronics bench and in the machine shop, constantly researching new ideas, prototyping new products, and overseeing quality control on the current production line. Gary spent his days in the front office, paying bills, staying in contact with suppliers and dealers, creating label artwork, writing product manuals, and overseeing shipping and receiving.

Over the next 20 years, Bedini Electronics produced multiple new models of audio amplifiers and pre-amps for a growing clientele. In its "hay-day," the Bedini brand of audio equipment was sold in over 100 high-end music stores in North America, in addition to having Dealers in dozens of other countries around the world.

The success of the audio business gave John the resources to pursue a huge range of interests. These included the possibility of self-running electro-mechanical machines, the possibility of healing disease with radio frequency transmissions, the possibility of transmitting energy through or receiving energy from the Earth itself, and dozens of other ideas that modern science still gives little credence to. For John, the possibilities were a challenge, an opportunity to discover something new. He dove into these pursuits with a standard of self-honesty and single-minded thoroughness that most researchers in the fields of science have never imagined or held themselves to.

Historic figures that inspired these explorations included Nathan Stubblefield, Nikola Tesla, Albert Abrams, Royal Rife, Raymond Kromrey and many others. Early and influential contemporaries that joined John in these quests included Ron Cole, a brilliant electronics engineer who worked for a local television station in Los Angeles, and Tom Bearden, a retired Lt. Colonel from the US Army, whose collaboration and friendship spanned the rest of John's life.

Gary watched in wonder at John's impossibly wide range of activities. Personally, Gary didn't share John's passions or aptitudes for these scientific pursuits, but every time something actually grew out of these explorations, Gary was there handling all of the support activities in the background. Gary was always on the lookout for the business opportunities to emerge from John's research activities. And emerge they did.

By 1989, John had spent a great deal of time and money on research into the work of Royal Rife, actually being in possession of Rife's Universal Microscope for a time, as well as various iterations of self-running energy machines, many based on ideas from Raymond Kromrey, himself, and his friend Ron Cole. While very advanced technical successes were achieved during this period, none of these activities lead to new business opportunities.

The first big break since the success of the Bedini amplifiers was John's development of BASE, in 1989. BASE is an acronym which stands for the Bedini Audio Spatial Environments. It is a holographic, 3-dimensional sound processing method that could place sound sources anywhere in your mind's auditory sense of the environment. The effects of this way of processing recorded or live music vastly surpasses anything that so-called "surround sound systems" can produce today. The process could even be applied to recorded music broadcast on stereo FM stations, with 3-dimensional music magically appearing in people's homes and vehicles within the broadcast range. The technical achievement was stunning, and absolutely original!

A new company was formed around this technology, named GAMA, and millions of dollars were raised. Patents were filed and issued, but unscrupulous business partners siphoned away the money and released the technology to various recording studios without any licensing agreements. This treachery compromised the Intellectual Property rights of the company, so its stock value collapsed shortly after it skyrocketed. A handful of investors became multi-millionaires, but John and Gary were prevented from selling any of their stock when the company looked viable, so they came out of the venture penniless. John did manage to prevent anyone from back-engineering the technology, by keeping certain methods proprietary, but a number of people did try to steal the entire method, outright.

The collapse of GAMA precipitated a sequence of events which made it necessary for John and Gary to move Bedini Electronics out of Los Angeles. So, in 1990, they moved to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, to lick their wounds and quietly set up shop again. The audio business had changed a lot since they started. The recording industry was moving away from analog and adopting digital methods. Amplifier sales had been dropping for years.

To kick-start the business again, Bedini Electronics introduced the Clarifier in 1990, another one of John's amazing technologies to make digital recordings play back with higher fidelity sound and visual accuracy. Critics and audiophiles eventually loved it, and they clawed their way back into business.

But John and Gary had seen the trend a couple of times. The only people they could really trust and count on were each other. By the end of the 1990s the economy was booming and Clarifiers were a big success. John's experiments in self-running machines had evolved to include a simple, hand-held toy that could run from a 9 volt battery for a very long time. Much, much longer in fact than the battery could run any other device or appliance.

And then, in the winter of 2001, another interesting thing happened. A friend came over to John's shop one day and asked him if he would help his daughter with a Science Fair project. John agreed, and so he taught Shawnee Baughman how to build the toy motor that didn't run its battery down. Amid significant controversy, she won the Science Fair that year in Coeur d'Alene, but the science teachers were not amused and they did not believe that Shawnee could possibly know more about electricity that they did.

Shawnee's successful replication of John's technology set off a sequence of events which lead to the formation of Energenx, Inc., the development of the advanced battery chargers and solar charge controllers, and the eventual publishing of the bulk of John's scientific work by Energetic Productions, Inc. and A&P Electronic Media.

At his death, John was the world's foremost authority on the work of Royal Raymond Rife and Nathan B. Stubblefield. He made dramatic and substantial contributions to the audio industry and stands within the top 5 audio engineers of all time. But history's special place for John will be as the inventor who gave the world its first trillion dollar invention, the simple self-running machine, and placed it fully and completely in the public domain, and taught tens of thousands of people in over 50 countries how to replicate it successfully.

The magnitude of John's humanity and generosity is yet to be appreciated, but one thing is certain, much less of this would have happened if Gary had not been there with him, every step of the way. Gary's name is on every amplifier; his personal work is in every battery charger; his unrecognized support is in every minute John had to discover what he found and do what he did.

John thought, we all thought, that he would go on after Gary's passing. But his heart simply said NO. What they did, they accomplished together. The spectacular, creative output from the Bedini Brothers for the benefit of humanity now comes to an end, but the good that will come from this will continue to grow for decades.

Today, we mourn the loss of these two great human beings. John's role was to be in the spotlight. Gary's role was to make sure the spotlight was focused properly on John's accomplishments. They each played their roles with grace, humility, loyalty and trust. It was my great honor to know them both.


In closing, I offer this short poem about John's passing.


The brightest light has left the room,
how can we go on? asks the first friend.

All we can do, says the other,
is live our own lives and remember,

He taught us how to see in the dark.
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Wow Wee, I knew John was a genius but I had no idea that he had so many
achievements. John has helped me see in the dark, John always made
it work when others said it is impossible. We are so well acquainted with
that feeling here.

Thank you Peter for sharing all of these hidden details. I know John
never bragged about his work so it took you to show me who he was.







Quote:
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I have been asked to make my statements at the Memorial Service available to the public. Here they are:


Eulogy for John and Gary Bedini
Read by Peter Lindemann at the Memorial Service on November 11, 2016

John and Gary worked their whole professional lives together. Every day, for 42 years, they were both there, working side by side.

Their first joint business venture was Bedini Electronics, started in 1974. This move, to start their own business, became necessary when John was fired from his job for developing an audio amplifier circuit that was better than his employer's designs.

John took on the role of "resident wizard." His company title was President, but he was really the Director of Research and Product Development. From that day on, John was freed to let his extraordinary creativity flow. Gary handled logistics. His company title was Vice-President, but really he acted like the CEO, because he handled everything else that it took to build a business around John's remarkable products.

Their flagship product was the 25/25 dual mono audio amplifier. In 1974, this was the very first high fidelity audio amplifier made with transistors that could compete and out-perform the much more expensive "high end amplifiers" that were still using vacuum tubes at that time. In the exclusive and stogy world of Audio Aficionados, it was believed that the warm glow of a vacuum tube was simply necessary to produce the softer, more dimensional qualities of music that sophisticated listeners demanded. To John, this was nothing more than elitist mysticism. He simply purchased a number of the vacuum tube amplifiers that people raved about and did a full-spectrum analysis of the waveforms it produced. Then, he just built a transistor circuit that emulated those waveforms. In blindfolded listening tests, customers routinely chose the 25/25 over much more expensive brands because they actually liked the sound quality better.

This established the pattern for the rest of their lives. John spent his days at the electronics bench and in the machine shop, constantly researching new ideas, prototyping new products, and overseeing quality control on the current production line. Gary spent his days in the front office, paying bills, staying in contact with suppliers and dealers, creating label artwork, writing product manuals, and overseeing shipping and receiving.

Over the next 20 years, Bedini Electronics produced multiple new models of audio amplifiers and pre-amps for a growing clientele. In its "hay-day," the Bedini brand of audio equipment was sold in over 100 high-end music stores in North America, in addition to having Dealers in dozens of other countries around the world.

The success of the audio business gave John the resources to pursue a huge range of interests. These included the possibility of self-running electro-mechanical machines, the possibility of healing disease with radio frequency transmissions, the possibility of transmitting energy through or receiving energy from the Earth itself, and dozens of other ideas that modern science still gives little credence to. For John, the possibilities were a challenge, an opportunity to discover something new. He dove into these pursuits with a standard of self-honesty and single-minded thoroughness that most researchers in the fields of science have never imagined or held themselves to.

Historic figures that inspired these explorations included Nathan Stubblefield, Nikola Tesla, Albert Abrams, Royal Rife, Raymond Kromrey and many others. Early and influential contemporaries that joined John in these quests included Ron Cole, a brilliant electronics engineer who worked for a local television station in Los Angeles, and Tom Bearden, a retired Lt. Colonel from the US Army, whose collaboration and friendship spanned the rest of John's life.

Gary watched in wonder at John's impossibly wide range of activities. Personally, Gary didn't share John's passions or aptitudes for these scientific pursuits, but every time something actually grew out of these explorations, Gary was there handling all of the support activities in the background. Gary was always on the lookout for the business opportunities to emerge from John's research activities. And emerge they did.

By 1989, John had spent a great deal of time and money on research into the work of Royal Rife, actually being in possession of Rife's Universal Microscope for a time, as well as various iterations of self-running energy machines, many based on ideas from Raymond Kromrey, himself, and his friend Ron Cole. While very advanced technical successes were achieved during this period, none of these activities lead to new business opportunities.

The first big break since the success of the Bedini amplifiers was John's development of BASE, in 1989. BASE is an acronym which stands for the Bedini Audio Spatial Environments. It is a holographic, 3-dimensional sound processing method that could place sound sources anywhere in your mind's auditory sense of the environment. The effects of this way of processing recorded or live music vastly surpasses anything that so-called "surround sound systems" can produce today. The process could even be applied to recorded music broadcast on stereo FM stations, with 3-dimensional music magically appearing in people's homes and vehicles within the broadcast range. The technical achievement was stunning, and absolutely original!

A new company was formed around this technology, named GAMA, and millions of dollars were raised. Patents were filed and issued, but unscrupulous business partners siphoned away the money and released the technology to various recording studios without any licensing agreements. This treachery compromised the Intellectual Property rights of the company, so its stock value collapsed shortly after it skyrocketed. A handful of investors became multi-millionaires, but John and Gary were prevented from selling any of their stock when the company looked viable, so they came out of the venture penniless. John did manage to prevent anyone from back-engineering the technology, by keeping certain methods proprietary, but a number of people did try to steal the entire method, outright.

The collapse of GAMA precipitated a sequence of events which made it necessary for John and Gary to move Bedini Electronics out of Los Angeles. So, in 1990, they moved to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, to lick their wounds and quietly set up shop again. The audio business had changed a lot since they started. The recording industry was moving away from analog and adopting digital methods. Amplifier sales had been dropping for years.

To kick-start the business again, Bedini Electronics introduced the Clarifier in 1990, another one of John's amazing technologies to make digital recordings play back with higher fidelity sound and visual accuracy. Critics and audiophiles eventually loved it, and they clawed their way back into business.

But John and Gary had seen the trend a couple of times. The only people they could really trust and count on were each other. By the end of the 1990s the economy was booming and Clarifiers were a big success. John's experiments in self-running machines had evolved to include a simple, hand-held toy that could run from a 9 volt battery for a very long time. Much, much longer in fact than the battery could run any other device or appliance.

And then, in the winter of 2001, another interesting thing happened. A friend came over to John's shop one day and asked him if he would help his daughter with a Science Fair project. John agreed, and so he taught Shawnee Baughman how to build the toy motor that didn't run its battery down. Amid significant controversy, she won the Science Fair that year in Coeur d'Alene, but the science teachers were not amused and they did not believe that Shawnee could possibly know more about electricity that they did.

Shawnee's successful replication of John's technology set off a sequence of events which lead to the formation of Energenx, Inc., the development of the advanced battery chargers and solar charge controllers, and the eventual publishing of the bulk of John's scientific work by Energetic Productions, Inc. and A&P Electronic Media.

At his death, John was the world's foremost authority on the work of Royal Raymond Rife and Nathan B. Stubblefield. He made dramatic and substantial contributions to the audio industry and stands within the top 5 audio engineers of all time. But history's special place for John will be as the inventor who gave the world its first trillion dollar invention, the simple self-running machine, and placed it fully and completely in the public domain, and taught tens of thousands of people in over 50 countries how to replicate it successfully.

The magnitude of John's humanity and generosity is yet to be appreciated, but one thing is certain, much less of this would have happened if Gary had not been there with him, every step of the way. Gary's name is on every amplifier; his personal work is in every battery charger; his unrecognized support is in every minute John had to discover what he found and do what he did.

John thought, we all thought, that he would go on after Gary's passing. But his heart simply said NO. What they did, they accomplished together. The spectacular, creative output from the Bedini Brothers for the benefit of humanity now comes to an end, but the good that will come from this will continue to grow for decades.

Today, we mourn the loss of these two great human beings. John's role was to be in the spotlight. Gary's role was to make sure the spotlight was focused properly on John's accomplishments. They each played their roles with grace, humility, loyalty and trust. It was my great honor to know them both.


In closing, I offer this short poem about John's passing.


The brightest light has left the room,
how can we go on? asks the first friend.

All we can do, says the other,
is live our own lives and remember,

He taught us how to see in the dark.
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Thank you Peter, very well written eulogy.

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Just read about this sad news at OUR.

There must have been a great emergency upstairs to call in John so fast. He just got his pass and left. That in a way is the irony of life, so many wonder when the day will come, and, some may be considered somewhat lucky to just pass so quickly without years and years of debilitating sickness as awaits most.

There are fewer and fewer out-of-the-box thinkers although many look to simulate and replicate, taking things to the next step is becoming harder and harder to explain and to build. No one can deny that John Bedini poured a generous portion of concrete knowledge into the OU foundation. He put a base concept into the hands of many from which some have grown, some have not but all can confirm his presence and influence was and still will be epic. Hope his legacy does not become dispersed by the winds of time.

My sympathies to his family and close friends.

Maybe I'll end with this Thanks.

"Thank you All Powerful for your generosity in bringing John Bedini into our World, for his works and efforts and for our continued and successful pursuit of Free Energy devices on his behalf, in a just and perfect manner.

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