Walter Russell Cones

Here-in are some experiments that show that manipulating the NMR spin angles of a metal resonant element, can effect inertial qualities.

Also now see Addendum:

Walter Russell Cones Addendum


Photos 2016 - 5 - 12

Cone Top

Video Narrative of the Project

Walter Russell Template - Cone Build Project


Preface:

For 55 years now, Walter Russell cyphered a system for self powering from the background field.
His secret was never revealed and he passed on in 1963 now 53 years ago.
Tesla's  "foot ball coil" may also be related in some way to the resonance of the inner cones, set back to back.

The following design, is intended to assist rediscovery of the dimensions of Walter Russell's cones, and to show how vibration can overlap from center of mass outwards, to generate useful energy from the background field.
I have verified, that if a cone system is accurately built to these dimensions, it will in fact vibrate every wire present at the nuclear mass or core, from the resonance of the background field [1 H], and it should self sustain this vibration energy.

The independent lengths vibrate up one another and interact as expected when tested at 1/10 scale using SS calipers.
My desire at present is to record the dimensions discovered to have this quality of "self resonance from it's own mass," at every point of it's mass, in the pattern of an NMR resonance that is electromagnetic in nature, and matching a precession frequency found in NMR technology.



Reference

Elementals

Beginning where this research leaves off with the basic vibration pattern of a Hydrogen Proton from the background field vibrating at 333 kHz.


Study of 133.2 cm Tube

133.2 cm Aluminum Tube


I crafted a 1" diameter Aluminum tube, to feel what the nodes would reflect as to energy form.
In the photo above, shows what I feel around the nodal points.

33.3 cm creates a heavy contraction field, as to increase it's mass.
Both ends of the 66.6 cm feel very light and expansive.
The center point of the 133.2 is very light and expansive as well as both ends.

This shows that there are two center of mass positions on this system.
Weight balance then is critical to achieve on each side of the 33.3 cm positions, on each individual dual cone.
EM activity can then be assumed to develop on all three of the expansive nodes.
Weight to energy.

Further the tube resists acceleration along it length, and does not resist acceleration 90 degrees to it's length, showing there is spin alignment of the mass perpendicular to the tubes.
Placed in the back seat of my car, centered to the cars mass, it seems to lower resistance to acceleration of the car in the forwards direction.

This is the best evidence I could have asked for!
We now discover the center of mass does not jump to the center of the tube , and the two systems should merge out of phase at the electrical node at center working between two correctly spaced centers of mass.
The system may then continue to resonate at the frequency of one side as a full wave oscillator.



2016 - 2 - 29
Dave L



The Basic Vibration Imprint


Dimensions of Single Cone Graphic

We first consider where the center of balance lands in a single 33 degree cone structure. It will be approximately 1/2 the wire length, as 1/2 the mass will then lie on each side of this point.
For a single cone this will be off center of the height towards the larger side of the cone where the wire length reaches 333 feet.

We now consider the dual cone solution to this.


Half Russell System

When the two cones are overlapped in space, the center of balance [gravity] will move to the exact center of where the two cones cross.
One could hang the device from the ceiling with a single loop of rope around the center and it should not tip to either side.
One could toss the device into the air with a spin and it should rotate around that same center as a balanced wheel.
In this way, the center of gravity, the center of mass, and the center of Dipole resonance, will converge.
As an electromagnetic dipole can be fed at 1/4 wavelength from one end, and 3/4 from the other end it should hold a resonance frequency similar to an antenna.
From the center to each end and then back will be one full wavelength of wire.

We can now achieve a 66.6 cm conical mass resonance on the system, as appears on the Aluminum tube experiment above, outwards from it's own center of gravity of the wire mass, 33.3 cm on each side [1 H  NMR fractal].
The center of gravity for each coil will move from the center of it's wire at 1/2 it's length to the first 1/4 of it's wire length from the small ends of each coil.
Will the electromagnetic dipole now be able to Source it's power from the mass resonance of the field?

At the center of this system we will have a 19.728 cm diameter of the wire loops. Center of mass will resonate with harmonics of  19.728 times 10x octave structures.
This length will vibrate up from the background field directly. You can set a SS caliper to 197.28 mm or 19.73 mm to test this for yourself and gage the intensity of the power behind this vibration.



133.2 cm quad cone structure

From the spreadsheet for the previous 3 builds of dual cone systems, we can extrapolate an EM resonance for 2 mm PVC insulated wire diameter on this structure.
The system, if tweaked carefully, will resonate EM at 197.28 kHz, and this seems a major energy coupling point between the vibration resonance and the EM field resonance for this particular wire length of 666 feet  x 2 cones wired in parallel and overlapped.
This vibration will cycle on the center loop of wires running around at 90 degrees to the electric field which is setting end to end on the coils.

The wire loop length at each wrap up the coil will be equal to pi, times its diameter on the cone.
The diameter on the cones will be equal to  0.59242698 times the distance from the tip [height of cone at that point down the center of the cone]

It is critical to maintain this ratio between coil height , wrap diameter, and wire loop circumference, for a pi harmonic coupling between the EM and the T field mass resonance for the first builds.
If the diameter of your cone varies more then the thickness of the wire at any point up the cones height, you will loose vibration resonance on that wind of the coil.

Thus the sides of the cones taper must come out perfectly straight within 1/2 the wires diameter. You can test this by crafting a wire the length of the side, and noting it will also vibrate up from the background field.
Shown below in blue, this length is 69.46 cm. You can test it also at 1/10 with a caliper at 69.46 mm.


Full Cone Set Dimensions Diagram


The exception to this rule is where the cone diameter hit's nodal point resonances, and 10x harmonics or 1/10x harmonics, where very high vibration will be standing on the cones.
These points were charted on the Aluminum tube above, and marked in the diagram above. 33.3 cm, 66.6 cm, 133.2 cm
I debated whether to simply wind cylindrical coils at these 5 locations on the Aluminum tube, with the 2 resonant diameters, and see what happens when they are connected together.
The conical field could then slide along the coils and form at several points.


Powering from the centers of weight

If we build the complete Walter Russell system out to 1.332 meters, we end up with two compressing center of mass positions powering 3 points of expansion, and the two cones will effect one another and likely come into a coupled synchronization.
The 19.728 nodal location of mass resonance and center of balance [gravity] must be exactly 66.6 cm separated center to center, to power the expansion cycles that fall between.

It is essential, the cones ends have an accurate diameter as well for this oscillation to couple with the background field. Caliper measurements indicate, vibration will manifest strongly within about 1 mm accuracy.
It is essential that 1/2 the mass of all the wire is located on each side of these balance points.

You can set your SS caliper to 39.46 mm and feel the vibration directly from the background field couple into it.
Most people do not have access to a caliper of 394.56 mm, but if you do you can verify that one as well.
You can do the same for all the dimensions listed above and get a preview of what the cones will feel like to work around.
These are all natural background frequencies that are all around us all the time vibrating to sustain our world as it is.


Voltage Considerations

Further in order to start the system oscillating on the EM side, we need to determine the correct voltage to hit the ends with for a startup pulse, that will result in that mass vibration coupling to the EM precession field.
For the full system this may turn out to be plus and minus 66.6 volts off the center of mass at the center of the system. It may also end up at 666 volts.

It is hoped that once the electric field is aligned on the cone system it will then go into a precession motion and sustain itself, flipping side to side as the energy on it rises.

For a 1/2 system, it may turn out to be plus and minus 33.3 volts, or even 333 volts at 197.28 kHz.
There are however other possibly resonant lengths to choose from to derive a voltage that may drive the copper atoms into the correct precession angle as an NMR pulse and will cause this gyration to commence.

Wire length, wire circumference, end diameter, as well as the cone height suggested first.

This means a power supply with good adjustable accuracy to pretty high voltages for trials. Russell refers to this as the B+ and the B- in his drawings.
This can be determined experimentally, but for now we would assume the voltage will appear at 90 degrees of the magnetic fields center of precession.
It would then be applied tip to tip on a 1/2 Bashar system, or center to outer ends on a double system as Walter Russell diagrams.

 

Center Crossing Point 666 Cones

The system is now designed from the center of mass moving outwards, for greater accuracy.
During the first build we determined that for 2 mm wire at 33 degree crossing angles, four of the winds will be the exact same diameter in each coil at the center, and they will cross over after two winds, a total of 8 winds at center of the cones. For clarity we used two wire colors on this coil at center of the cones, where inner wire from each end crosses over to outer wire of each end.

A new design more accurately placing 12 winds, stacked 6 wires high will better capture the mass resonance of the field as the two cones "cross over" at the center 33.3 cm nodal point.
That will be 3 wires high on each side of center, approximately 6.66 mm.

The new crossover coil design can now be verified to resonate up with a mass diameter of 19.728 cm to the center of mass point between the two layers of wire.
You should be able to feel this coil vibrate up exactly like the SS caliper vibrates up!

The "coil form" disc, for molding the center wire loops will then be 4 mm less in diameter [ 19.728 cm - 0.4 cm = 19.328 cm] and it will be 13.32 mm in height to accommodate the full stack of 6 wire loops with a little extra room for soldering pins to be added. 1.5 mm holes will be drilled to accept the copper pins. As well, if cut to thickness accurately at 13.32 mm it will support the Height mass resonance as well.


Center Crossover Coil

We then build this system around the center of mass ring and have verified it is active with vibration before moving further.

Reference:

http://www.resonantfractals.org/PCC/CrossoverCore.html

http://www.resonantfractals.org/PCC/BasharFractal.html



Cone Molds

The small end of the cone must have 1/4 of the wire length including 3 turns from the center piece. Or 666 / 4 feet =  166.5 feet.
The large end of the cone must have 3/4 of the wire length including 3 turns from the center piece. Or [666 / 4 ] * 3 =  499.5 feet.
These wire lengths must be exactly the same on each of the 4 coils made for each side of the cones 8 coils total.
If the frequency comes out a little off, we can adjust it with external capacitors or inductors by several Hz to hit EM resonance, but according to the spread sheets it should land fairly accurately on target.
However if the weight balance comes out wrong, it must be corrected on the cone construction.


Cone Molds Graphic

One must be able to drop the finished cones off the small end of the coil forms after the resin is fully hardened.
Upper and lower edges must be made level against the spiraling wire and filled with fiberglass to make them stack perfectly level.

Fiberglass resin can fill the small spaces of angular skew, and a top plate can be fastened temporarily to set the angle of the piece level then removed to get the coils off.
Also the forms must be 1 wire thickness [2 mm] under actual cone diameter so the center of mass of the wire is in correct alignment on correct distances of height.
Height of each taper is 33.3 cm minus 3 wire thicknesses from the center of the coil system, and set at 33 degrees taper that will move up straight for interlocking between the two cones on the center point coil.


Cone Form Builds crafted by Ron Pugh  2016 - 3 - 21

Final Coil Forms



Wire Preparations and Cone Mass Balance

Cut the wire coils to length before winding, verify the correct lengths, weights, and ratios of each coil for the system is identical.

All four 166.5 foot coils should weigh the same.
All four 499.5 foot coils should weigh the same.

The ratio of weight between them, should be 1 to 3 [small coils to large coils].
After fiberglass resin is added this weight ratio must remain the same or be slowly adjusted to the same.




666 Construction Design

[ 666 Full Cone System   -    Walter Russell Template ]

Parts List

1 each - Upper coil Form [Mold]  Used to build 4 small end of cones
1 each - Lower coil Form [Mold] Used to build 4 large end of cones
4 each - Center wood plates - glue inside open end of small coils - wind center coil on these
2 each - Center Mass Resonator - Aluminum - Aligns coils sets and holds them in place [ optional ]

[ If the mass resonator is not used, cutting the holes for it will still assist the vibration design as a resonant gap spacing. ]

2016 - 2 - 29  Dave L


Calculating Dimensions

At any height of the cone, downwards from the tip, we can determine the diameter using this ratio:

Diameter = Height * .59242698 

Now we can go to any height of the cone and mark the correct diameter on all parts.
Using that diameter, we can also calculate the outside side length using this one:

Side Length = Diameter * 1.7604682610

If you want to measure down the side of the cone this can be used to locate a specific height inside it.
These will work from any height of the cones because these ratios must remain constant for the cone to work correctly.


Shorten the dimensions to fit the wire diameters

In order to have the wire land on the correct diameters, we must subtract 2 mm from the molds diameter.
On the center coil where we have two layers, we must subtract 4 mm for the plate diameters.

This will result in the coil molds tip dropping by 3.38 mm

Calculations done 3 / 1 / 2016 Dave L
Calculation check done 3 / 2 / 2016 Dave L  [ math explanations added below each graphic.]
Added side Lengths on cone diagrams and added Cone Tip Detail 3 / 2 / 2016 Dave L




Plate 1

Calculation for lower diameter of cone mold

Height 333 mm - Center coil 6.66 mm = 326.34 mm
Height 326.34 mm x  0.59242698 ratio = Base diameter 193.33 mm
193.33 mm - 2 mm wire diameter = 191.33 mm
A wire wrapped around the base of this cone will have a diameter to the center of the copper at 193.33 mm
Tip of the cone will be at a height of  191.33 mm / .59242698 =  322.9596 mm  ~ 322.96 mm

We will cut the tip of this cone off at 3.38 mm down, which is 3.52 mm along the side.
Drill a small 1.5 mm hole perfectly vertical to receive the end pin, which will stick up 6.75 mm off the top and act as a resonator, as well as a soldering point.
The copper pin will come out with the coil as it is removed from the mold.


Upper Coil Form Data for a  3/4 " Layered Stack

Wood is purchased in inches, the chart below is given in inches. Cone Height 322.96 mm = 12.715 inches.
17 layers of 3/4" wood.


Plywood Stack Diagram


Upper Cone Form Build crafted by Ron Pugh  2016 - 3 - 15

Each time you do an experimental build, improvements and changes are made, due to what was learned in the past builds. This marks the progress of your comprehension, and reveals new truths and concepts that were not understood correctly at the start of a project like this one. Study of the new engineering model "center of mass to energy" shown in the theory section below. We had to back up and reexamine the starting point of the project. This time design is from center of mass outwards.

On this build we are testing a new concept of vibration to EM at 90 degree angles to one another, changing the frequency of the EM output to match the horizontal component of mass vibration of the copper wire. At the center of the cones we must have a perfect diameter dimension. Center of mass of the entire system must land at this center coil area as well, accuracy of dimension is now understood to be very important.

In the previous build of the cone form, we discovered a few problems that were addressed in this build to get that greater accuracy. The wood has tendency to swell a bit, and each stacked layer did not expand the same. The sides did not maintain straight lines, and the top piece became wider leaving a bump that became larger then 2 mm. Ron came up with the ingenious method shown below, using a wine barrel type of construction. The wood grain runs vertical. He then also sealed the wood using a polymer to prevent swelling over time. Ron also pulled out the micrometers and worked towards the accuracy of a machinist, which I have never seen done before using wood. While the old wire cones had come out almost 2 cm too wide on the larger ends for a perfect 33 degree taper, this time the goal was for the 2 mm accuracy required to have the cones 20 gage wires all fall in perfectly straight lines up the sides, so the copper form will go into a vibration oscillation from the center of mass outwards. This was the new engineering concept I more recently identified, necessary for the next experimental build to perfectly fit the self powering vibration structure of the 666 design.


Upper Coil Form

The sides came out extremely straight and smooth! I am very impressed with the quality of these new coil forms.


Lower Coil Winding Mold

The upper plate on this coil mold is necessary to hold the fiber glass edge perfectly level, that the finished coil will stack on the center plates at correct angle.
It was noted in previous builds the wires spiral angle is not sufficient for this accuracy of cone construction, where the tips may end up off center by more then 2 mm.


Plate 2

Calculations for upper and lower diameters

Height 333 mm + 6.66 center coil =  Height 339.66 mm
Height 339.66 mm  x   0.59242698 ratio = Upper diameter of wire loop 201.223748
Diameter of wire  201.223748 - 2 mm =  Upper diameter of mold 199.22 mm

Height 666 mm x 0.59242698 =  394.556 mm
Diameter of wire loop - 2 mm = Diameter of cone base 392.56 mm

Height of lower cone mold = 333 mm - center coil height 6.66 mm =  326.34 mm
Side Length = (392.56 mm - 199.22 mm)  times 1.7604682610 =
340.37 mm

Lower Coil Form Data for a  3/4 " Layered Stack

Wood is purchased in inches, the chart below is given in inches. Cone Height 326.34 mm = 12.848 inches.
18 layers of 3/4" wood.


Plywood Stack 2


Lower Cone Form Build crafted by Ron Pugh  2016 - 3 - 20


Bottom Coil Form

Sides appear to be perfectly straight and smooth! Polymer sealer shines like a piece of furniture!

Cone Set With Bearings

Cone Set Photo

2016 - 4 - 5


Aluminum Resonator

One of the qualities of Aluminum is to generate a large magnetic field that will move a compass, when exposed to a strong vibration field. This is an effect witnessed in my car, with Aluminum engine block.
The field will become radiant to many feet outwards of the car, as much as 5 to 15 feet. When I started to design the center plates, and saw the dimensions coming up, this naturally just flowed in as a worthwhile experiment.
These ratios naturally fit at the mass center of the cones, as 1 to 5x ratios on the Aluminum element, and 1 to 10x ratios of the cone.
13.32 x 5 = 66.6, and 19.728 x 5 = 98.64.  [5x ratios tend to create motion.]

Plate 3

Center Resonator Ratios

2 each

Vertical shaft diameter = 1/10 resonant cone diameter at center 197.28 mm / 10 = 19.73 mm
Disc width = 1/2 resonant cone diameter, and 5x of shaft diameter 197.28 / 2 =   98.64 mm
Disc height = 1/2 Joined Plate thickness  =  outer wire stack height center coil 6 wires = 26.64 / 2 = 13.32 mm
Shaft height = dual cone system height / 10 = 666 mm / 10 = 66.6 mm
[Note NMR fractals connect well on 10x octaves]

The 2 Aluminum discs at center of each dual coil system will occupy the center of gravity position of the conical vibration system.
It should increase the vibration resonance at the center of mass of the cones by quite a bit.
It should also increase the correct ratio of side to side weight balance, and allow a place to drill holes to shift that weight balance if necessary.
If it is not helpful, it can be removed, however Aluminum is an excellent medium for radiation of resonant vibration and should penetrate all the cones structure easily with supportive harmonics.


Resonator CAD drawing

The engineering CAD drawing above has been sent to eMachineshop.com to machine two of the center resonators.
 


Aluminum Resonators

Aluminum Resonators built by eMachineshop.com 2016 - 3 - 30


Center of Balance Plates

4 each
The upper plate will join the upper coil with the center coil system, and a second plate will join the lower coil.
Together they will form the flat structure the center coil is wound around, 12 turns of wire total in two layers with crossover at the middle via 4 each 14 gage copper pins.

Plate 6

Plate 7

Plate Calculations

The plate will join the upper coil with the center coil system, and a second plate will join the lower coil.
Plate thickness is determined by the wire diameter taken from previously wound cones where it was discovered that 3 turns span approximately 6.6 mm after wound and resined.

After looking at that number a bit, it was a no brainer to make the plate thickness also resonant with the cone height by setting it at 6.66 mm and leave a tiny bit of room for some 14 gage solder pins to control the wire at the point of crossover.
Further investigation of the cone angle revealed that 6 turns would be necessary for a more perfect transition of the crossover network at the center, and also would allow 6 layers of wire to be fully resonant on the cones center diameter at 197.28 mm a full 12 loops.

Starting at the base of the upper Plate we want the center of mass of two wire thicknesses to hit exactly on Height 333 mm * .59242698  =  Coil Diameter 197.27818434 mm
We must now subtract 4 mm or two wire thicknesses to hit this perfectly from the mold,  197.27818434 - 4 = plate diameter  193.28 mm
  
The center coil will be wound on this diameter on the plates flat area and the center of the wire bundle will land exactly on the 333 mm vibration node we found on the Aluminum tube experiment.
This wire bundle will also couple to the Aluminum Disc having the same height as the coil at 13.32 mm, but at 1/2 the diameter or a 5 / 10 ratio.

The first taper inwards must now match the upper cones mold size at 191.33 mm
Moving up another 6.66 mm the 33 degree taper moves inwards to 333 mm - 13.32 mm =  Height 319.68
Height 319.68 mm * .59242698 =  Diameter 189.387 mm   ~ round this off to 189.39 mm

The wire cone will be glued or resined to stick on this tapered 3 wire distance of the plate.
It is important that both plates be as close to the same dimensions and weight so the coil mass balance is preserved.
Whatever you do to one plate, do it the same to all 4 of them for the project, and
try to pick wood with consistent density for all 4 plates.


3D printer using Plastic Construction


Top View

Top View


Bottom View

Bottom View

The CAD drawing above was sent to a 3D printer group in Vancouver Canada for a test build. This is my first time using the Windows 10 CAD 3D printer design program, so I wanted to move forwards cautiously.
An .STL file is used for this 3D printing. Here is the one I sent them.

Base Bottom-stl.stl


2016 - 3 - 26
Printed plate arrived, testing for accuracy.

Plate Upper View



Plate Lower View

First build was within about 1 mm on all dimensions, close enough that it vibrates up, and a wire coil around the outside also vibrates up fine.
The hollow ring inside vibrates up at one octave lower in frequency, as a mass vibration.
The printing process made the holes and outer diameter 1 mm too small, so for future reference, make the inner holes 1 mm larger, and the outer ring also 1 mm larger then desired.

A grid work was placed inside the large hole for support during printing. I had to break it out leaving the inner edge rough.
I will have to smooth that surface out to fit the resonators, but should be workable. A flat razor scraper was useful for this, and a Dremel tool.

Build_up's  Hub  in Vancouver Canada came up with the solution for printing the large hole 6.66 mm up above the base, by using a mesh grid for support, that breaks out later.
They used 250 micron height, white PLA plastic material. Here is the site where I ordered it.

3D HUBS

I have 3 more now on order.


Center Plates Detail


Plate 5

Overview


Plate 4


The cone mold tip, is cut off flat and a 14 gage bare copper wire of 13.32 mm is inserted in a pre drilled hole at the top.
The coil wire will be soldered to this copper pin and the pin will come out with the finished coil, completing it's last small resonant distance of Height perfectly to 666 mm from the base of the completed cone.
Thus there will be some room for adjustment if the height is compromised a little, but consider wire thickness of the coil is 2 mm, and there will be just enough room for a solder connection and an alligator clip.


Resonator and plates

Cone centers. 2 Plastic plates with center Aluminum resonator.
Cone tops will go back to back, with 12 turns of wire over these on the outer rings.


First Coil Wrapping

2016 - 4 - 8
 
Coil 1 picture


The first wire is wrapped on the form, cut to length, with 3 turns extra for the center form coil that will be glued in the bottom of this cone later.

Note one can already feel the energy node at the upper tip where I marked the wire pin 2 mm above the final wire wrap, for cutting off later after it is set on the center form.
The 14 gage pin is a snug fit and able to hold the wire taught. To anchor it better for twisting the wire tip that is pushed into the hole is flattened with diagonal pliers.

Also on the center of the base there is a strong energy node present with strong vibration all the way around the circle.
These are coming up exactly where predicted at 33.3 cm of height, and for once I am feeling the "engineering" may be successful in this unique build.
Further there are nodes I did not expect to find at successively smaller 1/2 distance points towards the tip, each becoming 1/2 the segment length under it, causing a lot of nodes to be present near the top of the coil.
The more I play with them the stronger they seem to get.


3 layers of Resin are used on the outside of the cones. The second layer adds the fiberglass mat shown below.

Fiberglass Mat Layout

The thin fiberglass matting is laid out using the cone formula for side length and angle. Or one can just roll the wooden cone form along it.
Using the black magic marker, turned out to be a bad idea as the ink ran when the resin hit it. I discovered one can simply place the cardboard pattern over the mat then slowly cut the mat under it.
This technique makes a very strong finished cone and the circle at the bottom remains very accurately dimensioned.


Inner Cone Reinforcement

After the cone is hardened then removed from the mold, it is inverted and the inside tip is strengthened by pouring enough resin into the tip to cover the copper wire down inside the tip.
The top electrode and last small turns are now very firm.




Cone Tops

Showing two of the finished cone tops. Left one is wound CCW right one is wound CW looking from the top down.

2016 - 5 - 12  Dave L


Wiring

Wiring Terminals

At 197.28 kHz we do not really have to worry about a few pins effecting EM resonance.
Capacitors can be added on the crossover pins, to lower the EM frequency and tweak it.
More then one wiring configuration can be experimented with.

Final Calculation Spreadsheet

Calculated Wire Lengths from projection spreadsheet

Total Cone   658.1132217 feet  321.5 turns

Small Cone  164.5283 feet   160.75 turns
Large Cone  493.5849 feet   160.75  turns

However we must acknowledge that the old cones were 2 cm wider at the bottom then they should have been, so if we go with the theoretical 666 feet of wire, we may still be under the target frequency.

Total Cone  666 feet   322 turns
Small Cone 166.5 feet 161 turns
Large Cone 499.5 feet 161 turns

We then add a center loading capacitor to bring the frequency down to target [197.278 kHz].

If we desire to try the 333000 Hz harmonic as well, a capacitor can be used to pull it down to 333000 / 2 = 166500 Hz as there will be too much wire for a direct 333000 Hz resonance.

Possible EM frequencies

Outer Diameter
394.55636 kHz

Center Diameter
197.278 kHz

Ends
666.0 kHz
333.0 kHz
166.5 kHz

Differences
300.054 kHz
[warble side length and outer diameter]
150.024 kHz [warble 1/2 side length and center diameter]
135.722 kHz [warble between height and center diameter]
 28.604 kHz  [warble between height and side length]

We can likely tune anything below about 200 kHz.



Theory

Dynamic Graphic

Reference
Conical Coil Spreadsheet - Extrapolation

This cone design is based on a coupling of energy forming at 90 degree angle between the vibration on the cones central diameter ring, and the EM oscillation running out towards the ends of the cones then reflecting back.
The wire will resonate RF energy at the same frequency, which the central diameter, the crossing point vibrates at, with a mass vibration, which is sustained by the background field.
This was the relationship noticed in the spreadsheets done from the previous builds using 2 mm wire diameter, and actual resonance frequencies that resulted from the builds.

Walter Russell describes this as cold contracting inwards, to produce heat outwards at 90 degrees.  "Cold can only multiply, and heat can only divide."

Greater attention was now given to starting at the central diameter, and ensure it perfectly vibrates up from the background field with exact dimensions. 19.728 cm diameter - center of mass of wire coil.
This point is set over the node of compression at 33.3 cm where weight feels to be heavier or more dense in the area around that point. Care was taken to extend the copper on the sharp tip of the cones to exactly 33.3 cm from center of the mass vibration ring.

Further an Aluminum resonator was designed to vibrate up at 1/2 and 1/10 of this diameter frequency as a mass vibration support or harmonic, and also functions as a perfect alignment element for the two sides of the cones system to be joined around this center of mass position accurately.

Atoms Graphic

While it is known the NMR fields gyrate, or precess in dual cone patterns as magnetic fields, results of controlling the tilt angle of the fields geometrically through a wire is not well understood in practice, other then very weak RF signals that are detected in our current technology.

Where two atoms of copper line up in a wire at correct angle, the two dual cones will create an alignment between them from the nuclear centers. They will either go into attraction as the lower energy state, or repulsion as the high energy state. In NMR there are two states of spin for this combination based on the level of photon activity. At room temperature, about 1/2 of the atoms take on each energy state, and they tend to cancel out.
Thus a coherent electric field, stays neutral at the atomic level of the copper crystal structure if not somehow manipulated.

Blue lines above represent magnetic field moving upwards, out the page [wire]. Red represents fields moving into the page. Note that if the isotopes are aligned vertical in the wire, all the fields will induce currents in the wire that oppose at the atomic level.

If however we align a vibration field from tip to opened end of the cone system using the "side length" fractal, the spin vectors will fall along the line of the wire on opposite sides of the atoms. The blue lines will end where the wire stops, but the red lines will couple all the way up and down the cone coils sides. As the magnetic field precesses around it's conical pattern it will change frequency with the length of this coupling distance.
It is the "change of precession velocity" that will induce change of magnetic field through the copper wire. This point of change will move around the cones following the wire coils, as the blue lines cut through the wire at lower frequencies of the wires thickness. The red lines will move at higher vibration frequency of the coils side length.

As all copper atoms slowly move into the high energy state, they will all flip the same direction at the same time, and this may result in an electric current in the wires that is the sum of all the atoms angular spin force.
Voltage is one method to align all the atoms into the hi energy state. We can locate the correct voltage that will penetrate to the proton level by resonating with it, and send photons directly into the nucleus of the copper atoms.

Each 333 mm section of our cone tip area should set up a 1/4 wave electrical resonance, 666 mm will be a 1/2 wave resonance, and to have a complete linear cycle, we then need a full 1332 mm length.
This is what Walter Russell diagrammed, although he did not give a length for the system. Walter Russell's final system was designed as a stair stepping of several coils, changing the volume on each layer.
The math on this has not yet been well understood. It appears that towards the center he reduces air and iron volume, and he maintains the same mass of copper wire in scalar canceling winds changing it's thickness and height.

Scalar canceling of voltage:

Various points along the coils, add and others cancel. Where points cancel we get increased pressure on the background field [scalar canceling] with higher capacitance, and where they add, we get increased electrical field energy.
The Aluminum rod experiment shows us where these points are located.
Where the electron shells EM fields cancel, energy is transferred to the proton shell and nuclear center as vibration. These are the mass node points.
Where the electron shells EM field become radiant, energy moves back outwards away from the central mass. These are the node points marked expansive.

It is this oscillation moving inwards and outwards at the atomic levels, we are attempting to use as our power source, by having it jump geometrically to a much larger dimension as a fractal.

As an alternate, we can redesign the whole cone system on a summing of multiple Isotopes for copper and the hydrogen fractal, or even the Deuterium fractal. By using both copper isotopes, this may remove the need to use an accurate voltage to start the system operating. This system was designed on the 1H hydrogen fractal, and getting the copper atoms in resonance with that may be a bit of a challenge.


Further Research

2016 - 3 - 2

Isotope Charging and Alignment Fractals


Copper nucleus can receive photon charging using an RF field set to one or both of the 2 isotope frequencies.

88.297 MHz
94.584 MHz

As well these can be hit using DC voltages, or resonant lengths.
They can also be charged using resonant Copper tubes of cm or mm lengths and energy tapped at kHz ranges.

In order to entrain the 1 H alignment with the two copper isotope alignments, a sum length can be used as a resonator.

333 [1H] + 88.297 [Cu63] + 94.584 [Cu65] =  515.881

Cone Formula
Diameter = Height * .59242698 
Side Length = Diameter * 1.7604682610

Height                51.5881
Side Length        53.80375
Diameter            30.56218
Circumference    96.013927

2x Height           103.1762
4x Height           206.3524  

Copper tube at 206.35 mm pictured below, shows same resonance pattern as Aluminum tube in the above experiment.

It also shows the same inertial qualities to resistance of accelerating motion, see photo on right below.

Copper NMR Tube

These resonators will synchronize the copper nuclear spins, to a field coherence with the 1H down into both isotopes of the copper atoms.
They are very interesting lengths to play with on copper and pull it into a harmony state.
Spin aligns perpendicular to the tubes length on both Isotopes of the copper.

This is a "feel good" length for copper mass, and a very rare field to feel in copper, normally a chaotic material to work with.

As well a copper material sum length can be used to internally entrain only both isotopes with one another, excluding the Hydrogen fractal.
88.297 [Cu63] + 94.584 [Cu65] =  182.881

1x = 182.881
2x =  365.762

Set a caliper to 36.58 mm and stick this on the end of a copper pipe. Very nice feeling.



Full cone systems for these fractal mixes will be larger and the lengths can be calculated the same using the cone formula parameters.

Copper Hydrogen 3 Isotope Alignment - 2.06 meters long

Our Design              New Design
33.3 cm                     51.5881 cm
66.6 cm                   103.1762 cm
133.2 cm                 206.352  cm

As an alternate, we can design a new center resonator out of copper, and integrate the copper isotopes into it, but designed to fit in the same holes in our present cone system.
We simply change the long length 66.6 mm to 103.1752 mm, making the shaft a bit longer, and the copper isotopes will be locked into the 1 H spin on that element in the vertical mode.

If we instead want the copper isotopes locked into the side length angular mode, we can design copper tubes or heavy wires, to hold the fractal and then attach them via wire to the cones wire, at the central point of mass resonance of the cones. 10.31752 cm wire length, attached at 51.5881 cm to the cones center electrically, at the crossover points, or use the side length formula and lay them along the cones sides. This will need some experimental tweaking.



Inertial Manipulation


On the 206.35 mm copper tube above, if we were to wrap a coil on the tube and energize it, the cones at the nuclear field will not change orientation.
As a magnetic field rises from the coil it will pull all the nuclear fields into alignment with the external magnetic field, and nothing will happen, because we have already done that using mass resonance lengths.

If we want to make a tube that will shift it's inertial resistance direction we need to engineer the correct resonance distance to turn the field 90 degrees from how it is oriented now.
We will use the cone formula to program resonance of the tube as the base diameter of the 33 degree cone, and spin should then align parallel to the length of the tube.
Now when we wrap a coil on this tube and energize it, the expectation is that the "nuclear mass spin" will turn 90 degrees and inertial resistance to motion with it.

This easily observable effect reveals why each layer of Searl's SEG is a different thickness, although his explanation of this is incomprehensible to me, it now makes more sense with the NMR experiments behind me.
It also explains the 90 degree tilting of the field as the rollers move through the center cylinders fields.

Now if we desire to do this manipulation without using any electric fields or electric power, the new question arises. Will a scalar canceling coil that is shorted, also cause an alignment of the NMR segments and control the direction of spin?
If so all we have to do then is to open or close the connection to turn the direction of inertial resistance to motion by 90 degrees.



The Master Inertial Control Fractal

If we follow suit, and add up all the NMR lengths on the chart, we should get a number that can be used to align everything with recorded spin in the same orientation.
You might ask, why not use a magnet to accomplish this? The reason is that using the NMR tilt angle with a vibration field, we can manipulate the mass of an entire car using only one small tube.
If that small tube is cut to the Master Inertial Control Fractal Length x 4 it should get every atom in the car, with a nuclear magnetic hook.

We can also come up with one for biomatter, using far less elements.
 CHON.

See  NMR Fractals



Torsion Field Reference

Plate 3

If a wheel of considerable mass is spun up on a central axle, it will resist being moved at 90 degrees to the geometric plane described in it's 2 dimensions of spin.  A top will stand up without falling over. Further if you move it along it's geometric plane of spin, inertial resistance will become reduced. You can see this in a frisby, a toy resembling a flying saucer that is spinning as it is tossed. It will maintain a fixed angle of spin and resist any of it's sides dropping as it glides through the air flat, to distances greater then would be expected if it were not spinning. Try tossing a frisby without spinning it and see how far it will glide.

Correctly designed component of this project have the same effect, without spinning them up physically. They will resist motion through the air in one direction but at 90 degrees will have less resistance to motion through the air
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When a spinning wheel is forced to move in a direction where it resists motion, it interacts with the background field generating a local area around the matter called a torsion field.
The spinning wheel interacts with the fabric of space, or the universes Aetheric medium if you will, to resist changes of velocity. If the spinning wheel existed alone without the universe, disconnected, there would be no way to know what it's motion was, and there would be nothing to resist that motion. This is the best proof I can offer that Space contains an invisible "field fabric" as Wilbert Smith defined it.

The resistance to changes of velocity of a mass in motion is called inertia.  It is a real force connecting the background field of the universe with all matter.
With the NMR fractals, nuclear spin becomes aligned in various ways that changes the inertial qualities of the mass, much like a frisby.
This same effect has been noted in cars with Joe Cells and other various resonant elements, to reduce inertia and increase power of the engine.

It may very well be a fun project to play with these dimensions and build some frisby toys, to see if we could increase their ability to fly much further and much faster, maintaining their spin force for much longer periods.
A 66.6 cm diameter, A 13.32 cm diameter...etc. This is of coarse a preamble to designs of flying craft that seem to defy gravity.


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