Kosol groups 12 - 07 - 2008


Gravity effects have been observed by overlaying Aluminum and Copper hemispheres on geodes. Each layer is coated with dielectric inside and outside. Glad wrap, and hot glue sticks.
Copper and Aluminum are Home Depot roof flashing material.
It is suspected this will also work on granite rocks, cement grout with high granite sand content, or even a plaster sand mix if you want to form perfect spheres.

The concept is that all heavy materials have access to torsion systems and will respond and align with the hemispheres.
The hemispheres each produce frequencies and angular spin similar to a human brain.
Perpendicular spin systems effect gravity. This is why the hemispheres are arranged in perpendicular form.
Kosol reports that he used a wide gap on the inside hemispheres and narrower on the outer ones. Varying from 1 - 1/4" to 1/2 inch.
He also observed the auric spin of the system and identified the perpendicular torsion effects are present.

On Kosols latest tetrahedron system, he has used 4 layers of these hemispheres angled as above on the inside sphere. Only the outer layer is wired into the circuit. The inner layers set up spin systems that all interact torsionally. He reports that after a geode is layered like this is gets physically lighter. He weighed another similar geode and measured 3 pounds, while the wrapped one was around 1 pound, and feels more like aluminum in weight.

A High voltage capacitor is placed at the apex of the tetrahedron form built of copper pipe and charged with a high voltage.
Only one wire is now connected to the copper of the center hemisphere and the copper pipe structure. The negative lead from the capacitor, so the capacitor is never drained.
A free hanging "static ground" is connected to the Aluminum hemisphere and dropped to the floor.

Outer Spheres on the Tetrahedron


Wiring a string of hemispheres in series with opposing materials connected increases the torsion of the system.
One copper hemisphere is wired to one aluminum hemisphere, and the two interact.
The hemispheres on the outside of the tetrahedron have only one layer of these and are wired in series to the center sphere.
These are like torsion batteries, with granite inside them.
The device is electrostatic, the wires dropped to the floor pick up the earths voltage gradient but do not flow current.

Wiring diagram

Kosols wiring diagram..

Kosols Instructions

Material construction kosol rock zpe hemisphere device  1 and 2
is simple, watch all the video I give all the instruction that you can get .

Video One


Video Two

http://www.youtube. com/watch? v=APldr0CD- J0

1.  One strain of human either male or female hair for each layer of aluminum and copper hemisphere . Female hair strands, 7 each.

2. Glue stick and glue gun .

3. Glad press ceramic wrap plastic. that you buy at the store to wrap your food in .

4. Find and get 4 natural rock that is the fist size or baseball size .

5. Aluminum foils.

6. Bowl of cold water for cooling hot glue .

7. Copper flashing from home depot or low at roofing section and remove the paper on the back of the copper flashing so to get only the copper flashing .
when you buy copper flashing you see a paper sticking to it scrap it off or remove it by peeling it off at the back of the copper flashing roll you want only the copper metal flashing only ..

8.  3 capacitors

9. 6 individual  6 inche long copper pipe, put together in a star tetrahedron .
using 6 inches long glue stick to help hold them together at the angle of tetrahedron  by putting them in to the copper pipe and fold them at the corner that what make the angle  then hot glue both pipe and glue stick at the angle cool it down by putting it into the bow of cold water that you have next to you .
be careful hot glue can burn you is not fun at all .

10. Now take the rock, you can put a membrane of thin hot glue on the rock or you can wrap a 3 layer of ceramic on the rock it is your choice . Then put aluminum foil on the rock and cut it with scissors into a hemisphere now take it back out and put hot glue into the aluminum hemisphere then put it back in to the rock with the ceramic wrapping or hot glue membrane the hot glue will hot it to gather because hot glue can burn your hand make sure the membrane cool off  first that why you have a cold water in a bow next to your to put the rock in to cool the hot glue so it will harden  . as well once you do that you can do it to the copper flashing  also for the other side of the rock , then you make sure that this two different hemisphere is separated at the equators about 1 and a half inches. now repeat the whole process by doing another layer again you wrap the second layer with ceramic wrap plastic or put a membrane of hot glue etc . Then copper and aluminum hemisphere respectively separate at the equator but in this case the equators of layer two intersect layer one at 90 degree which is perpendicular intersection .
as well you do this repeat on layer 3 which the equator intersect  layer two at 45 degree, then you repeat the process on layer four which your equator will intersection layer 3 at 90 degree. so it look like layer one and layer two equator intersection look like a cross , and layer 3 and layer 4 equators intersection look like a cross . layer 1 and 2 cross shift slightly from layer 3 and layer 4 intersection cross 45 degree from each other . now four layer leave a triangle strip on both the aluminum and copper hemisphere so you can connect the alligator insulator connecting to each rock hemisphere to connect them together

now that is for the the center rock of the tetrahedron pyramid now with the other rock you only needed one layer of hemispheres, repeating the above process but only one layer.

11. You need also a full bridge diode rectifier which you can get at radio shack or alpine electronic stores, or even frys electronics.

Now follow your schematic diagram to connect the circuit etc .

Dave L
Kosol Core Tech

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