Stainless Steel Tube Polarization and Alignment


Expansive end goes up when assembling the cell.



We begin with the study of how vibration fields appear on a 316L SS tube 22 cm long.

Tube Polarization Diagram

Learning to detect the Tube Polarity

Stainless Steel  has an active vibration field on it that is radiant to specific distance outwards from the tube. This is formed in the combining of the Chromium's diamagnetic Isotope vibration form, hitting the iron and nickel's "A" field in the metal. The result is an "A" field with conical form around 45 degrees coming to a nodal point of energy directly over and centered, off both ends of the tube. There is also a ring of energy that sets at 1 diameter out from each end, the base of the cones, which we will palm to determine which end feels expansive and which end feels contractive. Place the palms 1 diameter out from the tube, at one end, and notice if the vibration is pushing outwards or pulling inwards.


Learning to Change the Polarity on a Tube

Reference:  Stainless Steel Caliper Measurements

With the palm or finger in each of the location one can use a SS caliper and measure the frequency of each end. Then using the SS caliper set to the expansive or contractive setting one can program the tube to flip it's radiant polarity over by touching it on the other end
. You should be able to feel this flip over as a rush of energy around and through the tube. The Isotopes in the metals have reversed their line of tension inside the SS metal.

Using the formula 1 Khz = 1 mm  one can also use a scalar coil and frequency generator to do this.
From the example pictured above:

18.18 mm = 18.180 Khz
Touching a SS caliper set to 18.18 to either end of that tube will cause that end to go into the expansive mode, and this is the end that must go towards the top of the Joe Cell to self power the water [H1 hydrogen interaction to stage 3 water.]
If you know the expansion frequency of each of your tubes, you can flip them over without tearing down the cell, using SS calipers or F gen and scalar vibration coil.


Tube Alignment

JC  SS tubes will have a natural HEX vibration pattern on them already due to the chemistry of the SS tubes.
The nodes must be lined up accurately. You can think of this like a pyramid, if all the lines are parallel the radiant energy will peak.

Photo Of Vibration Pattern

If you have done your vibration sensing homework from the first document, you are also now ready to assemble the tubes and adjust them to create the strongest tension field in the water.
You can either just line up the tubes seams, if they are not seamless tubes, and hope for the best, or you can slide a finger around the top and find a vibration node point of highest vibration and mark it, or you can start turning them until you feel the tension come up between them. This will depend on your skill level with sensing. All the tubes will then align with the pattern above, and the red cords running between them, which the vibration field produces, will all be parallel so they couple strongly. This is critical to the function of the recursive vibration loop working with only 6 nodes on each tube, it is far less critical when we start programing more nodes. However the technique needs to be learned well for basic operation.

In the photo you should be able to notice the red lines on the outer tube and the inner tube are oriented correctly when the node peaks line up around the tops of the tubes.
This is a platonic vibration system, and Buckminster Fuller has done a great job of showing how it works by vibrating the air pressure frequency in a balloon.
All the points of tension will be evenly distributed to equidistant locations around the circumference, and the cell will vibrate up already at a higher level then when they were not correctly oriented.
This is what Joe can feel even across the room and adjusted that Gals tube to fix her cell. This will create a coherent vibration pattern through all the cells tubes and can.

We used needle nose pliers with plastic sleeves over the tips to slide them into alignment so we did not scratch the SS material.
However for learning to feel this in your head, you may have to touch the tube with a finger, as you turn the tubes. You can play with this, having the tubes outside the cell before you assemble them in the cell.
Set them all up as inside the cell, with expansive ends up, and setting on the table in front of you, they will be easy to turn using fingers, and if you want take a Sheetrock knife and make a small score over the top of a nodal point on each tube.

If you use the large Sheetrock razor blade knife, when you touch the node with the blade you will feel it light up the whole metal of the knife in your hand, you can then slide back and forth a little to peak the level of the energy and get this perfect, then on the top of the tube you can score it just enough to see the mark, and the tube will be perfectly marked. When you get the feel down, then inside the cell you can likely use the needle nose method to align all the marks.

This alignment will work best for almost any program we install on the tubes later, because no tube is perfect, but the vibration alignment must be perfect to peak the pressure level inside the cell.
If you have skipped over the section in the first document on finding this sensitivity then here you will be totally lost. Your cell will not likely perform as it needs to, as a Joe Cell with H1 capability and self powering that is very fast and easy to achieve.

After assembly of the cell, with no outside voltages or power applied, and no water, you will now have a coherent vibration pattern radiant from the assembled cell.
It will feel right, as the body recognizes this state of order and harmony.

JC Regeneration Loop


Stainless Steel and Water

Stainless Steel in a Joe Cell with 1/4 inch fractal spacing, or up to 3x at 3/4 inch spacing between the tubes, shares an important molecular resonance frequency with water, which when installed into either medium will begin to self sustain a vibration field.

632 Hz is the water bonding resonance frequency of the H to O atoms bond in the water molecule
. This is only one link we can attach to and use. We can also target the H1 hydrogen frequency, and many others.
632 Hz vibrates at a mass vibration length of 0.632 mm.
This was proven in the Scalar coil section  Fundamental of Scalar Coils and Self Powering Vibration Fields  using measuring tools off scalar bismuth coils setting up self sustaining NVR fields on those coils and coil cores.


6.32 mm =  0.24881889... inch   this is very near 1/4 inch = 10 times the water bond resonance fractal length.


The Joe Cell must be made using Stainless Steel. 316L has the highest internal tension for a vibration field, however 304 will also work at reduced power levels. [304 has less Chromium.]
The Stainless steel will vibrate up naturally at 632 Hz and hold that frequency on it once installed, which just happens to be the resonance of waters oxygen to hydrogen bond, which water can also hold and self sustain.

A SS caliper setting of 6.32 mm, which is 10 times the water resonance fractal at 0.632 mm, can be used to bring up the resonance on any of the JC tubes, dry or wet, and the water as well.
A tube length of 360 x 0.632 = 227.52 mm, a little under 9 inches, will vibrate up on this frequency very strongly. Too strongly to cut it perfect.
One can instead inject the 227.52 khz frequency on a ~9 inch tube to get the full power of that resonance feeding the cell. A TDF [Take Down Frequency] of 1/9  and or 1/3 can be used to remove the field.

Caliper setting Activate High Tension Field        =>  227.52 mm
Caliper setting Deactivate High Tension Platonic =>   25.28 mm
Caliper setting Deactivate High Tension Conical  =>   75.84 mm  [The conical release seems to be more powerful at bringing down the field however both should be used]



JC photo

In advanced work we can use a Digital Frequency Function Generator to program the tubes very accurately, for targeting things like Isotope Vibration Resonance.



 4 - 15 - 2020   Dave L

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