2021 - 4 - 27 Dave L

This Document contains the latest on setting up Conical Tensor Fields. This is a summary of past discovery during real experiments and applications.

There are safety concerns which cannot be ignored if setting up 30 degree natural Isotope fractal fields.

I do not recommend attempting to work with them directly, but if you choose to, then make them very small, and keep them well isolated from other similar metals, metal objects or EM fields.

To work safely with these fields we have to convert them to 33 degree conical tensor fields, and these can then be controlled fully from the physical.

This Document contains the latest on setting up Conical Tensor Fields. This is a summary of past discovery during real experiments and applications.

There are safety concerns which cannot be ignored if setting up 30 degree natural Isotope fractal fields.

I do not recommend attempting to work with them directly, but if you choose to, then make them very small, and keep them well isolated from other similar metals, metal objects or EM fields.

To work safely with these fields we have to convert them to 33 degree conical tensor fields, and these can then be controlled fully from the physical.

If there is one thing the experimenter needs to understand, in the older work found before this document, a pure duplication of an Isotope conical field is dangerous.

1 - It is a powering system

2 - It freely couples and connects into other fields nearby strictly by accident and proximity.

3 - It requires a TDF [Take Down Frequency] to shut it back off. For natural 30 degree cones this is 1/3 the frequency used to set them up.

Conversion of this powering system to a 33 degree conical manifestation, greatly reduces these difficulties.

However it is recommended to always bring cones up in a stationary location and not move them around when they are active, the space will become conditioned and can leave an imprint or disturbance where ever it attached.

The new cones are sustained between two accurately spaced needle points, wires, a crystal tip and a brass screw, or basically a gap distance in space.

Take down is usually easy as if you change the gap distance the cones vanish. Some modes however still must be taken down using TDF frequencies.

These cones will not normally duplicate themselves or accidentally connect to nearby fields, the earth grid, or the power grid, as we had happen in the development process using the 30 degree cones.

These early experiments were necessary however to come to comprehension of how the Field Fabric responds to sustain and power atoms.

Step 1 We must find the
frequency and height of the 30 degree cones in order to derive the lateral surface area that powers them, and this is
first accomplished using an NMR [Nuclear Magnetic Resonance]
calculator.

The Calculator must be programmed with the 1H frequency of the hydrogen proton mass resonance frequency, and then all the other elements on the chart will be shown related to the "Field Fabric" as well.

We have to hit the calculator in the Mhz ranges for the calculator to work so we expand the background field resonance frequency geometrically by 8 x volumetric steps.

333000 hz

2,664,000 hz

21,312,000 hz

170,496,000 hz

1H = 170.496 Mhz

This is a 512 x geometric expansion of the Field Fabric Resonance at 333000 hz. These are all Sources of power, or Tensor Vibration Energy.

Note also this calculation assumes that the Hydrogen Proton is vibrating with the Field Fabric frequency as indicated by Nassim Harriman, and it works in practice.

We have access to two of these calculators I am aware of, where 1H is programmable.

https://pages.nyu.edu/jerschow/NMRmap/NMRmap_deployed.html

http://chem.ch.huji.ac.il/nmr/software/xsi.htm

The first one gives all the NMR elements simultaneously, but is less accurate.

The second one shown here gives better accuracy but per one element at a time.

You can see the data for Bismuth used in the 33 degree conversion spreadsheet below is from the reference calculator photo above.

27.3974933 Mhz = 27,397.4933 khz used below.

The Calculator must be programmed with the 1H frequency of the hydrogen proton mass resonance frequency, and then all the other elements on the chart will be shown related to the "Field Fabric" as well.

We have to hit the calculator in the Mhz ranges for the calculator to work so we expand the background field resonance frequency geometrically by 8 x volumetric steps.

333000 hz

2,664,000 hz

21,312,000 hz

170,496,000 hz

1H = 170.496 Mhz

This is a 512 x geometric expansion of the Field Fabric Resonance at 333000 hz. These are all Sources of power, or Tensor Vibration Energy.

Note also this calculation assumes that the Hydrogen Proton is vibrating with the Field Fabric frequency as indicated by Nassim Harriman, and it works in practice.

We have access to two of these calculators I am aware of, where 1H is programmable.

https://pages.nyu.edu/jerschow/NMRmap/NMRmap_deployed.html

http://chem.ch.huji.ac.il/nmr/software/xsi.htm

The first one gives all the NMR elements simultaneously, but is less accurate.

The second one shown here gives better accuracy but per one element at a time.

You can see the data for Bismuth used in the 33 degree conversion spreadsheet below is from the reference calculator photo above.

27.3974933 Mhz = 27,397.4933 khz used below.

Step 2

The conical tensor system is activated by set up of the hight of the Isotope fractal. This can be a distance tuning effect or a tensor coil effect using a frequency generator.

However it is sustained from the field fabric through the lateral area of the cones surface, not including the bottom or wide end.

For consistency an F gen with 6 digit digital accuracy is best if activating them using a Tensor Coil.

A sample spread sheet referencing Bismuth [Bi 209] is provided to simplify this conversion of 30 degree to 33 degree cones, and as well a geometric contraction of the dimensions to reasonable lower frequency sizes.

33_Degree_Cones_files/Bismuth_Cone_Calculator.ods

Other Elements can be used by changing the input data, blue boxes, into the spreadsheet.

We first calculate the lateral surface area of the 30 degree cones derived from the above operation from an NMR calculator. Surface Area L [yellow boxes]

Next we calculate the height, base, and side length, of a 33 degree cone set with the same lateral surface area. Violet boxes.

The Frequency / Height will be shorter then the 30 degree Frequency / Height.

This gives the new Frequency / Height for the 33 degree system that will power from the background field.

A conical system can be geometrically expanded or contracted by 2 times the height, which is 4 times the surface area that powers it.

Down the lower left side of the spreadsheet are a list of working fractal Frequency / Heights which can be used.

Do not use any length 200 mm or longer, as it may connect with the power grid, if you accidentally hit a 30 degree cone system.

We use the metric conversion system equation to relate Frequency to Distance for using a function generator / tensor coil, and the gap distance together or independently.

mm = khz

This works in practice and was quantified in direct experiment with several element fractals.

This gives ability to know the exact dimensions of a conical tensor field before it is activated.

Example from spreadsheet photo

Bismuth cones can be raised with a gap distance from the chart above of 25.35311 mm or a tensor coil frequency of 25.35311 khz

The conical tensor system is activated by set up of the hight of the Isotope fractal. This can be a distance tuning effect or a tensor coil effect using a frequency generator.

However it is sustained from the field fabric through the lateral area of the cones surface, not including the bottom or wide end.

For consistency an F gen with 6 digit digital accuracy is best if activating them using a Tensor Coil.

A sample spread sheet referencing Bismuth [Bi 209] is provided to simplify this conversion of 30 degree to 33 degree cones, and as well a geometric contraction of the dimensions to reasonable lower frequency sizes.

33_Degree_Cones_files/Bismuth_Cone_Calculator.ods

Other Elements can be used by changing the input data, blue boxes, into the spreadsheet.

We first calculate the lateral surface area of the 30 degree cones derived from the above operation from an NMR calculator. Surface Area L [yellow boxes]

Next we calculate the height, base, and side length, of a 33 degree cone set with the same lateral surface area. Violet boxes.

The Frequency / Height will be shorter then the 30 degree Frequency / Height.

This gives the new Frequency / Height for the 33 degree system that will power from the background field.

A conical system can be geometrically expanded or contracted by 2 times the height, which is 4 times the surface area that powers it.

Down the lower left side of the spreadsheet are a list of working fractal Frequency / Heights which can be used.

Do not use any length 200 mm or longer, as it may connect with the power grid, if you accidentally hit a 30 degree cone system.

We use the metric conversion system equation to relate Frequency to Distance for using a function generator / tensor coil, and the gap distance together or independently.

mm = khz

This works in practice and was quantified in direct experiment with several element fractals.

This gives ability to know the exact dimensions of a conical tensor field before it is activated.

Example from spreadsheet photo

Bismuth cones can be raised with a gap distance from the chart above of 25.35311 mm or a tensor coil frequency of 25.35311 khz

A vibration
sensitive person may pull up one of these fields by tuning a distance
in mm with a fine screw while intending to hit the frequency target, a
33 degree dual cone system.

The caliper will get him very close, then some slow tweaking will hit the resonance as he looks to "observe" it come up.

As an alternate assistance a piece of bismuth in this case being touched to one side of the gap as it is tuned in.

A non - vibration sensitive person may use a tensor coil [scalar canceling coil] and an accurate frequency generator to tune in the gap distance.

If you are using the Bismuth filled injector Tensor coil, the Aluminum wire will do fine.

This has been the main problem with duplication of these frequency dependent effects, as often 5 or 6 digit accuracy is necessary to hit a powering fractal.

Both systems are recommended for verification that we do not hit the 30 degree slightly longer value by accident.

If that happens we have to use a TDF of 1/3 height to take it back down.

Usually intention is enough for the sensitive, but one can start shorter if they are not sure or have never done this before.

We reference the Atree document to give some ideas on harnessing this energy.

To set up the foot ball, we use the base frequency from the spreadsheet and apply it to the center point of the gap, then to take down the other set with wide ends outwards we use 1/9 or 1/3 the base frequency on each end simultaneously.

The caliper will get him very close, then some slow tweaking will hit the resonance as he looks to "observe" it come up.

As an alternate assistance a piece of bismuth in this case being touched to one side of the gap as it is tuned in.

A non - vibration sensitive person may use a tensor coil [scalar canceling coil] and an accurate frequency generator to tune in the gap distance.

If you are using the Bismuth filled injector Tensor coil, the Aluminum wire will do fine.

This has been the main problem with duplication of these frequency dependent effects, as often 5 or 6 digit accuracy is necessary to hit a powering fractal.

Both systems are recommended for verification that we do not hit the 30 degree slightly longer value by accident.

If that happens we have to use a TDF of 1/3 height to take it back down.

Usually intention is enough for the sensitive, but one can start shorter if they are not sure or have never done this before.

We reference the Atree document to give some ideas on harnessing this energy.

To set up the foot ball, we use the base frequency from the spreadsheet and apply it to the center point of the gap, then to take down the other set with wide ends outwards we use 1/9 or 1/3 the base frequency on each end simultaneously.

Frequency Generator / Tensor Coil Injection

Here is shown the set up I used to verify the technique is workable. With finger intercepting the wide end of the dual cones just above the aluminum wire, I slowly bring the crystal to the caliper distance calculated and the dual cones came up inside the gap between the crystal tip and the wire end. It was not possible to hold it still very long, maybe 30 seconds before my right hand wiggled enough to crash the cones, but it proved the effect works, and can be taken down easily.

One can also bring up the cones inside a caliper gap distance, but they tend to spread along the flat edges and distort the field accuracy.

The bismuth aluminum coil slug shown at the bottom of the aluminum wire can be wound with a canceling coil and powered using an F gen.

http://www.resonantfractals.org/Scalar_Coil/Scalar-Coil-Construction.html

Here is found Tensor Coil Construction and wiring techniques

http://www.resonantfractals.org/V2EM/Platform_1a.html

Here is found a function generator that is accurate and affordable

An apparatus can be constructed for testing what can be done with these Conical Tensor Fields, once brought up.

It should have two points to hold the gap distance, and adjustable with a screw thread for fine tuning.

It should also have room around it for testing of wired coils, etc...

It should remain stationary in one location when activated.

SS calipers are used to get very close to the correct gap distance. The tensor coil is then used to inject the field in the gap off the end of the Aluminum wire which will conduct the energy very efficiently.

As the fine adjustment is tuned across the gap distance the vibration energy will come up and begin to self power from the background field.

The injector system can then be shut down and the cones will never stop working until the gap distance is changed, or a TDF is applied.

For safety concerns the maximum distance of the gap should be smaller then 200 mm to avoid connecting to the power grid, if a 30 degree cone system is accidentally brought up.

Cones systems larger then 200 mm, must avoid 30 degree cone resonance to avoid power coupling from the 60hz power grid!

Once 33 degree systems are perfected, they can be expanded geometrically to add more power.

One thought yet to be tested, is to see if we can set up electron orbitals around the Proton Isotope field, using the E/P ratio.

25.35311 x 658.20222 = 16,687.4732859042 khz = 16.687473 Mhz , then downsize geometrically by Octaves.

The Example given in this document is using the Bismuth atom for convenience, but it can also be done using negative spin atoms such as Magnesium, or any other NMR available Element.

Note: This construct is not based on theory, it is based on actual working phenomena, if calculations are mastered, and accuracy is achieved it always works the same.

David Lowrance 2021 - 4 - 28

It should have two points to hold the gap distance, and adjustable with a screw thread for fine tuning.

It should also have room around it for testing of wired coils, etc...

It should remain stationary in one location when activated.

SS calipers are used to get very close to the correct gap distance. The tensor coil is then used to inject the field in the gap off the end of the Aluminum wire which will conduct the energy very efficiently.

As the fine adjustment is tuned across the gap distance the vibration energy will come up and begin to self power from the background field.

The injector system can then be shut down and the cones will never stop working until the gap distance is changed, or a TDF is applied.

For safety concerns the maximum distance of the gap should be smaller then 200 mm to avoid connecting to the power grid, if a 30 degree cone system is accidentally brought up.

Cones systems larger then 200 mm, must avoid 30 degree cone resonance to avoid power coupling from the 60hz power grid!

Once 33 degree systems are perfected, they can be expanded geometrically to add more power.

One thought yet to be tested, is to see if we can set up electron orbitals around the Proton Isotope field, using the E/P ratio.

25.35311 x 658.20222 = 16,687.4732859042 khz = 16.687473 Mhz , then downsize geometrically by Octaves.

The Example given in this document is using the Bismuth atom for convenience, but it can also be done using negative spin atoms such as Magnesium, or any other NMR available Element.

Note: This construct is not based on theory, it is based on actual working phenomena, if calculations are mastered, and accuracy is achieved it always works the same.

David Lowrance 2021 - 4 - 28

http://www.resonantfractals.org/Joe_Cell/Law_Of_Geometric_Expansion.html

http://www.rexresearch.com/markovic/atree.htm

http://www.resonantfractals.org/Spreadsheet_Platform/Spreadsheet_platform.html

http://www.rexresearch.com/markovic/atree.htm

http://www.resonantfractals.org/Spreadsheet_Platform/Spreadsheet_platform.html

Wilbert Smith:
For giving us the method of operation of the background "Field Fabric",
"Tensor Fields", and the connection between Awareness and the physical
universe.

http://www.resonantfractals.org/Wilbert%20Smith/Wilbert-Smith-Index.html

Current NMR Sciences: Which gave us the frequencies of Isotopes, and their natural conical motions.

Nuclear magnetic resonance NMR was developed in 1945 by 2 American scientists, Felix Bloch, and Edward M. Purcell [1952 Nobel Prize.]

The Basics of NMR

Bashar: Whom gave us a low base frequency of the background field 333000 hz, and recommended the 33 degree conical system as a starting point for power from the background Field Fabric.

Nassim Harriman: Gave us the fractal coupling of the hydrogen proton as a smaller fractal of the entire universe, for which we can use for calculating off the 1H frequency value.

Walter Russell: Whom showed us the concept of "Geometric Expansion and Contraction" over 8x Octaves of coupling energy from the Field Fabric.

Max Planck: Whom gave us an energy equivalence between Mass and Frequency.

The Unknown Experimenters: Whom ciphered the relationship between Tensor Field Dimensions and Frequencies, mm = khz.

Without the work of all these that came before us, none of these experiments would be comprehensible, feasible, or repeatable.

http://www.resonantfractals.org/Wilbert%20Smith/Wilbert-Smith-Index.html

Current NMR Sciences: Which gave us the frequencies of Isotopes, and their natural conical motions.

Nuclear magnetic resonance NMR was developed in 1945 by 2 American scientists, Felix Bloch, and Edward M. Purcell [1952 Nobel Prize.]

The Basics of NMR

Bashar: Whom gave us a low base frequency of the background field 333000 hz, and recommended the 33 degree conical system as a starting point for power from the background Field Fabric.

Nassim Harriman: Gave us the fractal coupling of the hydrogen proton as a smaller fractal of the entire universe, for which we can use for calculating off the 1H frequency value.

Walter Russell: Whom showed us the concept of "Geometric Expansion and Contraction" over 8x Octaves of coupling energy from the Field Fabric.

Max Planck: Whom gave us an energy equivalence between Mass and Frequency.

The Unknown Experimenters: Whom ciphered the relationship between Tensor Field Dimensions and Frequencies, mm = khz.

Without the work of all these that came before us, none of these experiments would be comprehensible, feasible, or repeatable.