Working With Bismuth
Notes from 5 / 18 / 2013
Making the Active Bismuth Elements for the Aetheric Tube Device
Aluminum must be avoided as a support casing, they must slide into the
1/2" copper tube of the Device as bare Bismuth rods, to be
adjustable in position.
Many techniques were explored, to make a Bismuth rod that will just
slide inside a 1/2" ID copper tube.
The technique that worked best, is shown in the photos above.
The copper tubes are cut very accurately to 4.65" [ 118.125 mm] and
then used as a mold to pour the Bismuth into.
Later they will be used to grind the Bismuth to length on the grinder,
and then to store the Bismuth element in while not in use.
Waxed paper is cut to make at least 3 wraps inside the copper tube,
which has an actual Inside Diameter slightly larger then 1/2".
The waxed paper is first rolled up on the smaller Aluminum tube
The inside of the copper tube is sprayed with WD40 just before
inserting the waxed paper.
The Aluminum tube is then inserted with the waxed paper inside the
copper tube, and gently wiggled around to expand the paper to meet the
sides of the copper.
It will stick on the WD40 and become wet with the oil, as the paper
coil expands to meet the insides of the copper tube.
This will allow the finished Bismuth core to be gently tapped out of
the copper tube after it cools.
If you do not get enough wraps the core will be too tight to remove
without damaging it, and must be melted or pounded back out.
If you get too many wraps, the finished core will slide very loosely
into the copper tube.
Melting and Pouring
Molds were tried with talcum powder, spray on powder, and waxed paper
whetted with WD40.
They are placed on a cake pan covered with two layers of tin foil,
and then modeling clay is pressed firmly around them to seal the bottom
crack and hold them in position.
Longer tubes were set in a test tube holder, which proved to be a
mistake as the rubber melted during cooling, and also the cores could
not be removed.
Caution is in order, never touch the handle of the melting pot without
the cooking mitt.
On the right a successfully poured Bismuth Rod using waxed paper and
If you cool the mold fast with ice, it will crystallize the Bismuth,
and the rod will be far more fragile and prone to breakage.
Let the mold cool very slowly, and the finished rod will be much
Crystallization has no effect on the Torsion Field properties at the
nuclear core of the atom.
This image shows a total failure event. Everything that could go wrong
The mold was wrapped with two layers of tin foil and sprinkled with
talcum powder, then cooled using ice around the base as it was
The fast cooling caused heavy crystallization of the Bismuth making it
more fragile to shattering, as you can see in the edges where it
The tin foil tended to compress and clump on one end, as the core was
pounded out, and tended to block the extraction of the Bismuth rod.
The talcum powder was far too thin to form any advantage in removal, as
The core had to be beaten out using a bolt and hammer, and was
shattered as it fell.
If you get everything just right, the core will tap loose with a palm
strike and slide right out with finger pressure.
The loose rods are now reinserted back into the copper tubes for
grinding off the excess Bismuth.
To hit the fractal resonance vibration when joined together a caliper
can be set up at 9.3011" [236.25 mm].
The two Bismuth rods set touching at the middle, should just slide
inside the calipers, and vibrate up strongly.
Grinding is done slowly to avoid chipping the edges, and ending with a
relatively flat end.
I was able to get them within about .02 mm accuracy.
The Bismuth cores are then stored inside the copper tubes, and removed
only to insert into the Aetheric tube device.
Avoid dropping them!
Store them side by side, to avoid resonance.
They are each 3.5 x of the Earth Grid Inflow Resonance.
Together they form a 7x polarized inflow power length.
If you are not used to feeling this, it can cause mild disorientation,
as the field comes up.
After acclimation, it feels rather nice to work with.