Natural Construction for Magravs

 By Christian Maegerlin

Hi, what are your ideas about this, please? I made a Magrav base in plaster. Instead of water, I use liquid plasma of all kinds, and silicon from quartz sand, so it creates a good environment for my coils … and the same for the capacitors.

Arizona Experiment

The Arizona lab connected 3 conventional MaGravs to each other without plugging them into the wall. They were positioned around a massage table with 3 rings on top of it. The rings were filled with different GaNS. Around the table were positioned 3 Plasma Reactors with the motors spinning.

The interaction between the MaGravs and the reactors created a measurable plasma field; measured with a no-contact-voltage-indicator pen. The field had a dome shape.

The field created by the reactors reached out ounly about 2 feet. -onWhen the Magravs had been placed the field went up to 3ft+ by a lot.

We measured the field strength with a no-contact-voltage-indicator pen. This device needs a magnetic field and converts it via a induction circuit into electrical energy. So the pen actually converts a magnetic field into electrical energy.

gmph-schemasMagrav PL gen

Il y a 4 composants:

  1. la barre de tension (charge)
  2. deux doubles bobines qui doivent créer une oscillation la sortie de Grav-a est connecté à l’entrée de Grav-b; la sortie de Mag-a est connecté à l’entrée du Mag-b (peut-être la sortie du Grav-a est aussi connecté à l’entrée de Mag-b, etc…)
  3. un quatruple de condensateurs (à la douglas)
  4. un magrav (1 étage?) qui est formé autour un double core qui représente la partie faible (un peu de PL-CH3 au centre; un peut de PL-PB en périphérie); la partie forte est aussi un double core avec GaNS-Pb au centre et GaNS-CH3, c’est elle qui nourrit la partie faible ce qui constitue un courant de plasma


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