# Gravity Rods

Based on the information supplied by Stan Deyo and David Wilcock, I have started on a new line of Experimental Rods based on the nodal distances between Sun, Moon, and Earth.

Divine Cosmos - David Wilcock

Antigravity Explained Video Series

These lengths would resonate with the gravity waves themselves and operate on a sub fractal, as we have detected the basic methods of fractal interaction for tempic field resonant lengths.
The gravity rods thus far are showing a major fractal divider constant of 12 segments. I have also used 8 for the math and found these rods exhibit 24 segments.

I have used two methods to calculate these rods and then verified the nodes along them are very real and quite strong. The strongest I have yet observed in a rod.

### Method 1

Chapter 7.8 Of Divine Cosmos
"Controversial physicist Ray Tomes"  gives us a number for the universal fractal stepping stone. It works for vibration rates and for average planetary and star sizes.

34560
In method 1 we take the distances from earth to moon and earth to sun and divide them by 34560 about 3 times until we find a small list crossing our experimental usable area.

### Method 2

"Antigravity Explained" a Video series by Deyo gives us a wave theory model to explain how troughs of gravity appear to determine nodal distance rings where planets have to orbit around the sun. We can expect the moon to operate the same around the earth. In method 2 we simply take the distance between the earth, moon, sun and start dividing them by 12 to produce a list of sub fractals that would theoretically resonate on the same tempic energy that keeps the bodies in orbit around one another. We then pull out practical lengths to use in rod and coil experiments as a source of this Gravity energy.

This was also tried with 8 but a new fractal system of 24 segments was determined to be the result, indicating it is not a true fractal, although having 24 nodes may be an advantage in some cases, these are not as strong as the 12 based ones which always divide down to 12 more sub segments. Possibly we need to try using a base 24 and see what happens.

Distance of Earth to Moon, a known nodal distance for earth gravity.
384,403,000 meters  - 384,401,000 meters - as found in two different references.
This is the gravity field strongest and most consistent on the earths surface.

Distance of Sun to Earth 150,000,000,000 meters
This is the gravity field that earth rides in around the sun, and will have more variation with the suns alignment to our angular location on the earth. As rods are more directly resonant when angled on the wheel of 24, the suns wheel of 24 is in rotation. These are very strong but will be in alignment far less often in a permanent based system. The best results could probably be expected with vertical rods around noon.

I recommend any seriously studying this do their own calculation to create the various four lists possible applying both gravity systems to both methods. We end up with a large pool of numbers, the following of which I have worked with and verified.

## 7.45 cm

Distance of Earth to Moon, a known nodal distance for earth gravity / 12 x.
384,403 km

10.728 m
89.4 cm
7.45 cm  [12x fractal]

This is the strongest one and most consistent for sheer tempic power applications. It is an energy system produced by the earth and alignment with the earths wheel of 24 gives strong results. Within its length are found 12 segments with strong nodes very close together. A 2x length would be just under 6 inches in length and possibly a good Joe Cell candidate.

7.45 cm        2.93307"    [14.92/16"    29.85/32"]     12x fractal system
Here converted to inches this is just under 3 inches. The fractions to the right are representing the 16th and 32nd of an inch for the digits to the right of the decimal for quick measuring in the US.

I first tried this length with iron tie wire and found it to be very strong for psi interactions at 3rd eye rather then pineal. A sense of levitation is strongly felt when holding between two index fingers of opposite hands and slowly rotating the angles to about 120 degrees to each finger. Raise and lower it off the table and feel the rebounding energy from the surface, as 3rd eye pressure builds.

I next made one of 1/2" ID copper tube. As you slide a 1/2" OD iron bolt down the center you can tune the nodal positions and the iron creates a large expansive field. It is an extremely strong meditational tool in this respect. The copper grabs the mass interaction and the iron makes it strongly radiant.

The last experiment was to fabricate an Aluminum Bismuth core, and this was so strong over three days I had to melt it down to stop the pressure in my workspace.

I also tried Stainless Steel wire and found it to be very pleasing to work with.

Conclusions:
This is the strongest torsion device I have ever seen for the size and simplicity of construction to date. At less then 3" long I have a torsion field too strong to deal with if using bismuth.
It is best suited to Iron with an extremely expansive and radiant field being produced. Copper and stainless steel are next best to work with, and Aluminum and Bismuth may be good ones to avoid using.

## 35.8 cm

Distance of Earth to Moon, a known nodal distance for earth gravity / 8 x
384,403,000 m
22.912 m
2.864 m
35.8 cm  [24x fractal]
4.4750 cm
.559 cm

35.8 cm        14.0945"           [ 3/32"]        24x fractal system

Dividing by 8 is not a true fractal but noteworthy of the sheer number of nodes that do pop up using this system. The nodes are very much present showing a true resonance. This number may be useful for bending into circles as 14 inches is longer. For a perfect circle the nodes would remain stationary.

## 20.1881 cm

Distance of Earth from Sun, a known sun gravity fractal.
152 million km - 147 million km
Base 12 division [/12 system]

29.071 m
2.42258 m
.201881 m        20.1881 cm
.016823 m        1.6823 cm
.001401958 m        .1401958 cm
.0001168298 m    .01168298 cm

20.1881 cm        7.94807"    [15.169/16  or  30.34/32]    16 - 24x ?
Using a Sun fractal I first noticed the nodes are not always consistent when I palm them. Alignment with the sun is a factor. I got counts of both 24 and 16 at different times and orientations.
I made one of iron tie wire. Take this outside, hold it in the palm, point it at the sun, and if it does not make you smile I would be surprised. Nice vibrations.
The length is just under 8" and well worth some experiment.

Here are some other Sun fractals based on 34560 division [method 1].

150,000,000,000 m / 34560 / 34560 / 34560 = 125.5867 m
125.5867 m / 34560
.0036338756 m
.3633 cm
3.633 mm

The ~125.5 meter one could probably be tried in a coil. I have yet to try these in anything practical as they really miss my working area size.

## 32.18 cm

[Method 1] 34560 is the fractal constant of the spherical universe [Divine Cosmos 7.8]

[384,401,000 / 34560 ] / 34560 = .32183779 m  = ~ 32.18 cm [6x fractal]

This now represents the radius of the orbital position of the moon reduced by two of Ray Tomes constants.

32.18 cm        12.6693"        [10.7/16   or    21.4/32]      6x fractal system

I directly measured only 6 segments on the this rod, and creates a puzzling paradox. If it is an earth moon gravity fractal why the different segment count?
The two systems do not produce the same results obviously. I consider the torsion output of this system to be far less then when using method 2.

There is a possibility that whatever number we use to divide the Earth, Sun, Moon fractals up may produce a pattern that will operate. More investigation is in order.

Dave L
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