1989: An Introduction to Free Energy Physics

By Bruce DePalma 12 October 1989 It should be appreciated here that the ideas which are presented are coming from the mind of one man. The mind of this one man is permeated by the sea of space, which is the repository of all knowledge. What we see is what we get is the substance of this essay. Space, i.e. the vacuum, is filled with a sea of particles. I call them Psions. The Psion flux is responsible for the Brownian motions and “zero-point energy” fluctuations. The isotropic Psion flux moves at the speed of light. The Psions interact with matter only slightly — enough to cause Brownian motions and heat transfer. The Psion as an elemental particle principle is not perfect, it contains the defect of weight or mass which makes momentum transfer possible. Its principal property is a memory. That is, the Psion remembers the material space […] Read More

1984: The Kromery Converter/Free Electricity

Tom Bearden John Bedini has a prototype free energy motor. Imagine having a small D.C. electrical motor sitting on your laboratory bench powered by a common 12-volt battery. Imagine starting with a fully charged battery and connecting it to the motor with no other power input. Obviously, the motor is going to run off the battery, but by conventional thinking, it will stop when the battery runs down. It isn’t running by the conventional wisdom of electrical physics. It isn’t running by the conventional rules of electric motors and generators, but it is running. And it isn’t something complex. It’s pretty simple, once one gets the hang of the basic idea. Impossible, you say. Not at all. That’s precisely what John Bedini has done, and the motor is running now in his workshop. It’s running off the principles of electromagnetics that Nikola Tesla discovered shortly before 1900 in his Colorado Springs […] Read More

1975: Power Plant of the Future

(Unidentified reference/author: apparently EvGray Enterprises) Would you believe, a battery-powered motor that recycles energy, hence is better than 90% efficient? How? By generating electric pulses of 2,500 volts by means of an EvGray generator and storage in an oil-filled capacitor bank and introducing it into field and rotor winding at precisely the right moment by means of a patented programmer on the front of the rotor shaft. Performance: Tests conducted on the 32 HP test model by Crosby Research Institute (Beverly Hills, CA), exacted the following: The EMA motor was operated into a 10 HP dynamometer load at 1100 rpm. This power output is 7460 watts. The total battery power available from the four batteries was 5454 watts for one hour. The total battery power consumed by the motor during a 21-minute run was only 9.75 watts; this equals 26.8 watts per hour. The system operated continuously for 203 […] Read More

1998: Free Energy, Gravity and the Aether

by Dan A. Davidson PO Box 1090 Sierra Vista, AZ 85636 520-378-6033 Abstract: Over the years the existence and understanding of the aether has evolved as the basis for gravity and free energy effects at a micro and macro level. Laboratory experiments have shown that superluminal energy and information transfer has been effectively accomplished via aetheric engineering, which effectively eliminates the theory of relativity and its absurd views of physics and cosmology. The structure of the aether is summarized, as a superfluidic medium, including interrelationships of many of the basic universal constants describing physical phenomena with magnetic, electrical, and gravitic formulas. The author summarizes experiments that he has carried out, as well as others. Also summarized will be the author’s current view of where the maverick (“behind the scenes”) science network has moved in engineering the aether. The essence is that a worldwide, loosely associating group of engineers, physicists, […] Read More