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Explorations of the Bedini Ferris Wheel by RS Stafford

RS Stafford is fortunate enough to be the owner of John Bedini’s “Ferris Wheel” machine. It has a couple systems that drive it – one is an array of coils at the bottom of the machine and there is a separate, very interesting hub motor, which is modeled after NASA’s Radus Space Boots that uses flux switching.

John first demonstrated this machine is 2010 or 2011 downtown Coeur d’Alene. The entire time it ran on a 36v bank and charged a 36v bank – BOTH banks stayed topped up the entire time it ran. Also of interest was a novel cap discharge method that nobody could figure out. John had a hand drill with a hole saw and offered anyone the opportunity to drill into the box if they thought he had some hidden batteries – not one person took him up on his offer. You finally get to see what is inside the box.

After that demonstration, John contributed at Energetic Forum by posting bits and pieces of how the machine worked but nobody really got it. These original posts by him are still in the forum.

For the first time ever, RS demonstrates this machine and gives a full disclosure including the surprisingly simple method John used to discharge a capacitor (the thing in the box) to the output battery bank. Many people have been waiting for this information for the last 9-10 years and it’s finally here with the exclusive full disclosure on the entire machine!

This presentation is only 41 minutes but RS does give a schematic and he does show the cap discharge method.

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