The first presentation we’re releasing is for both the techie and the layman – The Borderlands of Nikola Tesla’s Resonant Transformer (watch preview below)
We include the how-to on our method of creating these special Tesla Coils with unprecedented levels of magnification as well as a plenty of eye candy with some plasma demonstrations that nobody has ever seen – a few of them were even Eric Dollard’s first time seeing them when we were doing some experiments at our shop in Spokane.
Have you ever seen helium, argon, neon and other gases emit colors that are not associated with those colors? We already know the answer is no, but we’re going to show you various demonstrations that we can accomplish just that when exciting various tubes with the Tesla Resonant Transformer in the Cosmic Induction Generator mode. What kind of physics are we bending or defeating or making obsolete? What does that say for the predicted gases some stars are supposed to have by looking at the colors being emitted – maybe some electrical phenomena exists that are fooling our scientists? We already know the red shift model is false and the premise for the big bang theory is nonsense as Einstein’s Relativity is, but now this? We’re only proposing possibilities, but it is irrefutable that we can change the emitted spectrum of multiple gases when we subject it to our Counterspace node and you’re free to make up your own mind as to what is happening or what it means.
It’s important to understand, especially if you’re a Tesla enthusiast, that the primary and secondary coils should be avoided at all costs and although Tesla taught this, nobody appears to be putting this into practice and certainly not more than what you’re seeing in this presentation. There are primary coils, secondary coils and then tertiary coils, which are the 3rd or “extra coils” and we’re only using the extra coils because that is what is doing all the work anyway. The full embodiment of our extra coils looks like a primary and secondary attached to each other but they’re not. The thick wire coil is where the current resides and the skinny wire coils is where the voltage potential resides and together, they are ONE coil.
You’ll also learn how to calculate the bandwidth and magnification factor for your Tesla coils and this presentation gives you Eric’s full notes on the subject for all the calculations necessary for you to not only understand what we’re doing, but to replicate it as well. We’re only scratching the surface with what we can do with all of this!
If that is too technical for you, enjoy the demonstration part of the video and I’ve included 2 other videos that add an hour to the demonstrations, which were recorded both before AND after the conference. The first free bonus video shows the super amazing, Cosmic Induction Generator effect on a plasma tube from John Bedini’s private collection – a plasma show unlike anyone has ever seen – along with a few extra demonstrations that we recorded after the conference when Griffin Brock brought some bulbs from his collection to the shop including a few he made himself.
This is by far one of the most interesting demonstrations with some of the most important knowledge about Tesla’s Resonant Transformers and we even have a good time introducing the subject with some ideas and thoughts about what lies on the other side since that IS indeed what we are tapping into with the Cosmic Induction Generator. Have fun and enjoy your journey with us to the Outer Limits!
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