Bedini’s Gravity Wave Space Flux Motor - Disclosure And Demonstration by Peter Lindemann
Electromagnetic Induction And Its Propagation by Eric Dollard
Electrodynamic Seismic Forecasting – A Simplified Approach by Griffin Brock

Classic Energy Videos

$37.00

Description

These videos from the 1980’s highlight a handful of researchers who are greatly responsible for laying the firm, scientific foundation for the “free energy” movement of today.

The main package includes 5 films, representing almost 8 hours of information on paradigm shattering physics and electrical demonstrations. Major presentations by Bruce DePalma, John Bedini, Eric Dollard, and Peter Lindemann. The package also includes 8 bonus features including Bob Teal, Adam Trombly, Jim Murray, Chris Carson, and Parmahamsa Tewari.

Main package contents

Free Energy Research (1987) – 2 hours

A laboratory demonstration of original electrical equipment by Eric P. Dollard, Peter Lindemann, Tom Brown, Michael Knox, and others.

This film starts with a sequence by Eric Dollard showing the difference in quality between the energy returning from an inductor and the energy returning from a capacitor. It also shows the only filmed tests of the Rotating Parametric Transformer in operation.

We also show a way to get more out of your solar panels, a novel N-Machine that can produce AC from two shaft contacts, and dozens of other experiments. Dozens of original and patentable devices were shown in this film. If there ever was a Classic, this is it!

Tesla’s Longitudinal Electricity (1988) – 60 minutes

A laboratory demonstration by Eric P. Dollard and Peter Lindemann

Experiments presented show Tesla’s One-Wire method of electrical transmission with no return wire, including lighting a light bulb in an “open circuit”!

Also, the Wireless Power Transmission method, and the Transmission of Direct Current through Space are demonstrated. It also shows how impulse currents can produce Radiant Energy emissions in an electric light bulb which attracts material objects but repels the human hand. At the end of the film, a longitudinal signal is broadcast from the laboratory to a beach one mile away, using the ocean as an antenna.

Transverse & Longitudinal Electric Waves (1988) – 48 minutes

A laboratory demonstration by Eric P. Dollard. Eric demonstrates the reality of longitudinal waves and their application to the natural transmission of electricity. Networks of coils and capacitors are presented as Analog Computers, opening up the field of research into the kind of wave-forms discovered and used by Nikola Tesla in his wireless power transmission methods.

The LMD (Longitudinal Magneto-Dielectric) wave is shown to have a propagation velocity greater than the speed of light! This is actually shown on the film! The TEM (Transverse Electro-Magnetic) wave, (in present use) is shown to be a retarded, unnatural form of energy transmission. Many measurements are taken on the test apparatus during the demonstrations.

Experiments On Rotation (1990) – 2 hours

Extremely rare lecture and demonstration by Bruce DePalma at a conference in Santa Barbara, California in 1990. Probably fewer than 50 of these films were ever sold.

This film includes footage of the first demonstration of the “Sunburst N-Machine” in 1979, as well as presentations on dozens of experiments that show that the inertia of an object can be altered by the simple act of rotation.

For anyone who is interested in anti-gravity or the idea of extracting unlimited energy from the fabric of space, this film is the crown jewel of the collection!

Unifield Dynamics Presents John Bedini (1986) – 2 hours

This is a rare demonstration by John Bedini of his early work with the Kromrey Generator designs, what he calls his “G-field generator”.

The film was made at Bedini’s audio amplifier facility in Sylmar, California in 1986. On hand to check Bedini’s work is Electrical Engineer Roger Modjeski, from Santa Barbara. I was the one filming and asking questions during the presentation. Is it possible to build an electric generator that defies conventional behaviors? See for yourself!

Bonus package contents

Demonstration Of The Magnapulsion Engine (1975) – 10 minutes

Extremely rare footage of Bob Teal demonstrating his Magnapulsion Engine prototype #4 at a “Penny Stock Convention” in Hollywood, Florida in 1975.

The demonstration shows that it is possible to build an electric motor that produces mechanical energy using very small amounts of electricity AND even recovers that electricity without losing power. Many electric motor designs purport to do this now, but Bob Teal was the first!

International Water Fuel Company – Automotive Hydrogen Generator – 6 min 51 sec

Showing that the hydrogen boosters were being manufactured and sold years before the HHO Booster craze you see these days.

Tikon Industries, M-Series – 10 min 31 sec

Demo of a motor claimed to produce more electricity than what it consumes.

Modified Newman Machine – 19 min 32 sec

Demo of a variation of a Newman Machine.

Jim Murray – 60 minutes

This is one of the most important energy videos ever produced. Jim discusses his experiments with power magnification in physical devices and electrical circuits – One of Tesla’s greatest secrets!

Chris Carson And Eric Dollard (1996) – 53 minutes

Lecture about longitudinal waves vs transverse waves and novel ways to completely eliminate antennas from ham radio systems and more.

Bruce Depalma – 7 minutes

Excerpt from documentary with Bruce DePalma discussing universal energy, the N-Machine and politics.

Bruce Depalma N-Machine – 2 hours 44 minutes

This is a four part download. The first is on Adam Trombly and the Homopolar Generator. Second and third is Bruce DePalma going over his N-Machine technology. Fourth is from Paramahamsa Tewari who built the Space Power Generator based on Bruce DePalma’s N-Machine.

Three Phase Distribution System Representation by Griffin Brock
Electromagnetic Induction And Its Propagation by Eric Dollard
Three Phase Distribution System Representation by Griffin Brock

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