Plasma Rods: A Theoretical Concept


This is for what4anarchy’s benefit, but the general public can read it as well. Perhaps someone out there may want to test the theory. Plasma scientists, in particular, are extended a special invitation, to build this and see what happens.

How to Build a Plasma Rod

Plasma Rod Instructions:  Stack up to sixteen inertialess drive rotors, one on top of another.  These rotors look like this: Place the rotors into hollow spheres, each sphere having two air hose valves, one on each side.  The hollow spheres should have two halves so that you can place a rotor inside and then close the sphere by putting the two halves together.  The spheres should be stackable,  so that one fits on top of another.  The rotors need not be of magnetic material, but the effect will be more pronounced if the rotors are magnets.  (I recommend that initially magnets ARE NOT USED.) The rotors can be steel ball bearings taken to a machine shop and machined into the appropriate shape and weight.  Instructions on making an inertialess drive rotor is found in patent 6,127,762 on the

www.uspto.gov

web site.  Print out the documents and graphics and take them to a machinist to make the shape.  A machinist may also be able to make the spheres or you might be able to find ready-made spheres that fit the size ball bearings you use. A sensor can be set up to determine the rpms and then the topmost rotor should be rotated with a compressed air tank.  Then attach to the next lower sphere and rotate that rotor faster and so on and so forth.  The rpms in the diagram are arbitrary.  It just needs to have the higher rotors rotating slower than the lower ones in a graduated manner. 19.5 degrees is where the energy should cascade out.  The stack should be stable, so I don’t believe there would be a need for a stopping mechanism, but you probably should provide one just in case. There you go.

What this should do

Well, you (what4anarchy) already know what this should do, but for the benefit of others, this should be a free energy device, allowing anyone anywhere to draw electricity from the vacuum itself.  (It should also do other things…)  what4anarchy is going to search for some videos he has on the inertialess drive rotor and if he finds them, I’ll put them in this post so people can see it in action.

Why this should work

Abraham 3 (and Facsimile No. 2) and D&C 88 give the pattern of hyperspheres in a stable configuration.  An inertialess drive rotor is a perfect hypersphere.  It has 100% precession and becomes more stable the faster it goes.  The man who invented it saw ball lightning spinning in two directions at once and tried to duplicate the shape that he saw (a mushroom), so this is based upon nature itself. Also, the Lord has alluded to rods of power in numerous instances in the scriptures.  This plasma rod should enable its possessor to free himself from Babylon’s energy chains, as well as do other things. Of course, this is all “theory”…

Videos

I found this video of the inertialess drive rotor on YouTube:

The original text for this video—which was originally called, “Dual Rotation 1,”—(from the company web site) stated:

A video clip of a four coloured Inertialess Drive Rotor accelerated in a clear plastic casing immersed in a water bath. Water pressure is used to accelerate the rotor to a relatively low velocity. It is recommended that you pause the video clip at various points (after the video clip has fully loaded) to follow the special rotation of the Inertialess Drive Rotor.

You can see that a physical whirlpool forms as it is spun in the water.  In like manner, the rotor causes a vortex to form in the aether, stressing it greatly.  This vortex, like all vortices, is wider and spins slower at the top and narrower and spins faster at the bottom.  When two or more rotors are stacked, their vortices join, becoming a single vortex.  The plasma scientists would probably classify it as a plasma sheath (charge sheath vortex).  The lower and upper rotors become linked hyper-dimensionally through the aether, the upper rotors assisting the lower rotors to obtain and maintain their very high rpms.

The next video was also found on YouTube.  The original text for this video—which was originally called, “Accelerating Rotor,”—stated:

A video clip of an unrestrained Inertialess Drive Rotor accelerated to greater than 18,000 rpm on a flat glass surface. An air compressor is used to spin the rotor. The rotor can be spun in this manner quite safely at much greater velocities. A velocity of 25,000 rpm is the highest recorded with a four inch rotor weighing four kilograms to date. Far greater velocities can be achieved with the assistance of superconductors.

You can see that very high rpms can be obtained from a stream of compressed air.  The rotor is rotating in two perpendicular planes simultaneously. There are two other videos of this rotor, which I sent to what4anarchy years ago, but he wasn’t able to find them on his computer.  Fortunately, though, they are now [as of 3/30/2015] on YouTube.  The following video, which was originally called, “Interesting Effect,” shows the inertia deadening property of the rotor.  I will also include the original text for this video:

This is a particularly interesting video clip of a four coloured decelerating Inertialess Drive Rotor that just before coming to rest starts rotating again, but this time in an opposite direction. This video clip is continuous unaltered footage. What do you make of this effect?

Notice how it reverses direction just before it stops spinning.  And this is the last video, which was originally called, “Dual Rotation 2,” along with its original text:

A video clip of a four coloured Inertialess Drive Rotor immersed in a water bath. The Rotor is being rotated by water pressure at a greater velocity this time and was recorded at a different camera shutter speed. Notice the interesting pulsing of the colours more evident in this video clip.

A Couple of Pictures

The following text comes from the company web site:

It might surprise you to learn that a transparent, stationary Inertialess Drive Rotor can bend a laser beam 180 degrees. This unique property will be exploited in a number of products in the near future. The bending properties are shown in the photographs below.

This photo captures the Laser Pointer projected onto the right edge of the rotor, where it then projects itself around onto the opposite edge.

These pictures indicate that the very shape of the inertialess drive rotor causes the aether to form an infolding vortex around it, which bends a laser pointer’s beam 180 degrees.  The rotor is stationary in the photos, so this is not a property of torsion field effects due to rotation, but a property of aether configuration/flow due to mass configuration.  Again, this shows that the rotor is a perfect hypersphere, even when stationary.

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