LONGITUDINAL WAVE, SIMPLE HOME STUDY KIT – Not everyone has thousands of dollars to spend on a 20:1 scale model replica of Tesla’s Colorado Springs Magnifying Transmitter. Nor does everyone have the technical background or the tools to create one.
Therefore, we are excited to be able to offer a desktop learning kit designed by Adam Griffin, an advanced engineer who has been helping Eric Dollard with various mathematical and engineering challenges related to all of this over the last couple years.
Adam is more than qualified to provide the kind of quality design we wish to offer you through Vril.IO and you can see a bit of his work and developments with this Longitudinal Wave Kit in the videos at the top of the website.
It can’t do many of the high power demonstrations as Eric Dollard’s 20:1 scale model, but it isn’t supposed to either. You can definitely light some LED’s with a single wire to impress your friends, Tesla enthusiasts and even yourself! The bottom line is that it is a Longitudinal Wave generator and it works.
In the last few years, Prof. Haralick became interested in subtle energy research but many of the experimental results were not explainable by the common paradigm. Some of his work in this area was presented at the last couple Energy Science & Technology Conferences.
It became apparent to him that there should be a theory that can begin to explain some of this unusual phenomena.
His interest was primarily focus on whether or not Maxwell’s Equations could be generalized so that it could be used to explain some of this work specifically including the type of work Tesla was involved with in the early 1900’s regarding longitudinal waves.
Prof. Haralick will walk you through a very specific sequence of segments that include:
James Clerk Maxwell – an interesting biographic sketch that quite likely, many mathematicians and engineers have not heard of.
The Maxwell Equations in Modern Form – a general review to set the stage for a comparison of the rest of the presentation.
Maxwell’s Original 20 Equations – this takes you back to the original 1865 paper that he had before he wrote his treatise. Prof. Haralick has a strong intent to figure out what was in those equations in the way that Maxwell wrote them because what many people have said is that what Maxwell had in his equations are not the same as what the Heaviside-Biggs Equations are that are currently used.
Quaternions – this goes into the quaternion algebra, which sounds complicated but if you have any background in the most basic high school algebrea, you’ll understand quite a bit of it.
Quaternion Generalized Maxwell Equations – you’ll then be walked through the derivation and this derivation admits to a longitudinal electric wave along with the scalar wave and this type of “scalar wave” will most likely shock you. So far this comprises a little less than half of the presentation.
Tesla, Galinas, Zimmerman, & Hively – the rest of the talk regarding the work of these men, what they built and what they wrote that is relevant to this kind of generalizaton as well as other related topics. Some of the material covered in this section may reveal to you some thing that you have not previously realized – especially regarding Tesla’s work.
Get a copy of this presentation so you can have an authoritative analysis of Maxwell’s Equations that reveals a very specific type of “scalar wave”, which not been openly discussed in any literature on the subject.
Here is the free viewing of the first Panel Discussion with Paul Babcock, Aaron Murakami, James DeMeo PhD, Robert Haralick PhD, Jack Hanlon PhD, & Eric Dollard.
There is a wide range of topics in this discussion with an emphasis on a living ether. Both Dr. DeMeo and Eric Dollard give some interesting insights into the Orgone energy and wait until you hear what Eric’s personal experience was with a small orgone accumulator. It needs to be replicated far and wide!
* NEW RELEASE * THEORY, CALCULATION & OPERATION OF THE COLORADO SPRINGS TESLA TRANSFORMER BY ERIC DOLLARD
We’re very excited and honored to be a part of history where Eric Dollard shows a working 20:1 scale model replica of Nikola Tesla’s Colorado Springs Magnifying Transformer!
If you ever wanted to know the truth down to the finest detail on what Tesla actually did, here is your opportunity. Not only will you learn the operating theory and more data than you will ever want to know, you’ll get all details on how to replicate a 20:1 scale model along with an actual demonstration by Eric Dollard and Bruce Gavin. So, it’s not just talk, you see the demonstration that blew everyone away!
When you check out of the shopping cart, make sure to click the GREEN button to access the download. Details are here: https://emediapress.com/download-help/ This is INSTANT ACCESS – you do not need to wait for an e-mail to come with download instructions – you’re already there.
On the download page, you can get the 3 zip files that have everything in hi resolution format, but it’s fairly large. If you have limited bandwidth, you can get the lower resolution ones that are quite a bit smaller (still a lot of megabytes). The point is that you do NOT need to download all 6 zip files, just hi-res or lower-res. Hi Res is 1920×1080 and the lower one, which is still high quality is 1280×720.
There are 5 things that come with this package.
Part 1 of the 4 hour presentation
Part 2 of the 4 hour presentation
20 minute demonstration video
35 minute white board overview of the demonstration setup
553 page PDF of the PowerPoint presentation
The introductory discounted price is only good for the next 24 hours then it goes up to the regular price.
Electrical Transmission in Multiple Coordinate Systems by Eric Dollard – This is the sequel to The Extraluminal Transmission Systems of Tesla and Alexanderson. This is the deepest Eric Dollard has ever gone to develop the theoretical basis for longitudinal propagation, which is not subject to the inverse square law. There is also no velocity to its propagation and therefore no association to light speed. If you ever saw the classic Borderland videos on Tesla’s Longitudinal Waves, this presents diagrams, math and more information that you can ever hope for if you want to experiment with the analog Longitudinal networks on your own! Release date – August 15, 2016. Learn more: Electrical Transmission in Multiple Coordinate Systems