Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Lesson One: Oct. 26, 2015 Keshe's BluePrint Teaching on How to Build Your Own Free Energy Device





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Practical Morning Teaching (Part 1) - Science and Part 1 Assembly



Youtube Link total time = 3:21:03  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYImMFQMP5U

No Feed - Testing 0:00:00 to 0:23:00  

Introduction by Keshe 0:23:00 to 1:50:00





"(Greetings) ...One of the problems is - as we have seen with the governmental demonstrations where the ambassadors took the units and plugged them in their own way creates this spark and they had to wait for the/a repair”
"What we see is to achieve a proper use and secondly the distribution of the knowledge the correct way we need to teach this is a NEW TECHNOLOGY, a new environment of science and not many people know how to use the systems. If we put the units out the way we are doing now, then we find out a lot of you make systems, or use systems and you see it doesn't work - or you think it doesn't work, or you damage the system without you knowing (why). So what we have done this week is to especially teach totally about the new plasma system. "
"... This is not a normal power supply system, this is a new plasma technology it has to be done the way it’s designed , it has to be understood to be able to (be) used correctly. You can’t just plug it in and say it doesn't work (and) believe you me it will not work the minute you plug it in because you’re not looking in the right place. The difference with this technology is that you have to understand the work of plasma, you have to understand how plasma interacts, you have to understand how the interaction of the plasma can lead to --- (Mr. Keshe speaks to someone off camera) ..."
“(after the audio skipping) "You've been asking if these systems are what - two (2) kilowatt, ten (10) kilowatt, five (5) kilowatt? These systems in the coming times will be shown to meet all sorts of demands. Whatever you demand from it in time once you learn it you will see you can achieve it. The present system released works maximum at two (2) kilowatts - which means you cannot overload it over two (2) kilowatts or you will damage it. Pretty much in line with your adjustment is not right.(?)  So what you get it two (2) kilowatts is your maximum. “


plasma state. So if you get that you just leave it for a while, twenty-four (24) hours later the layers will build themselves up and then you can reconnect it. Am I correct? (*speaks to someone off camera*). Armond knows it because when they did it in Russia and Armenia one of the officials just plugged it in they had a big bang where he worked, then the next day the system ion this has been rectified as well. This is what we know - we haven’t seen any problem with it (yet) if it ha"What happens is you connect the system and you expect two (2) kilowatts from it and you see it doesn't work. When you plug your system in once you receive it you leave it - it's like when you buy a freezer or a fridge they tell you when you move a fridge or a freezer to a house you've got to leave it twenty-four (24) hours to ACCLIMATIZE before you can plug it in (?) With this new system you plug your system in and (it) depends where you put it. You have to ask an electrician, someone who understands hot connective rest(?) units (where) to connect it. When you connect it to the plug you leave your unit and then you add a load of about one (1) kilowatt to it and you leave it. (video and audio is frozen) ....
“- it should (all) be on the internet. We are not sending any manuals through the box which you will receive. Your manual is on the internet. You will receive an access - you go onto the website - you download, you read, what you have to do step by step and it gets uploaded continuously.
“should (all) be on the internet. We are not sending any manuals through the box which you will receive. Your manual is on the internet. You will receive an access - you go onto the website - you download, you read, what you have to do step by step and it gets uploaded continuously.
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"It’s very simple, the system, you plug this (Keshe hold up a regular plug that goes into an outlet) into the main, or you change this (points to the prongs at the end of the wire) to fit into the main system which comes from the grid, and you take your supply from here. (points to a wall outlet?) Or you connect this end (* points to a wall outlet?) to the back of your meter) -that (is) where the main supply comes into the house. So the plug fits here, (*points to a drawing) and your plug fits here (points to a drawing) that side is the main (points to a drawing) and this side is for your use...."
"Then over (a few weeks) you (can) increase the power to two kilowatts resistive. Non-resistive you can go up to as much as the system can take - two, (2), three (3), four (4) kilowatts. Two (2) kilowatts is like: heaters and anything which you might have. So for LED lights, computers, and the standard non-resistive conditions, brushless coil, like the ones on the computer, fans on the rest. After a week or so you find out more or less, you find your energy use(d?) supply(?) is zero. Which means whatever you use you don't pay for. It doesn't mean you’re stealing - it means the system has stopped releasing its energy."
“So what happens is that you use the power both(?) in two ways. You have DC and you have AC. Your system on a DC is more or less three(3), four (4), five (5) kilowatts we don’t have that much use (for it) we have maybe one (1) or two (2) kilowatts in the house, which we use like the fridge and that kind of thing. The resistive roles like the heaters, you have to step up slowly to two (2) kilowatts. If you use your system which is overloading - the system has been adjusted with a resistant or what they call it a heat measurement device inside, which means it short circuits - it cuts it off till the load is taken off. So you cannot overheat the system. The system internally has a heat resistor GAUGE  that does not allow you to go over 55 degrees (*not told if C or F but assuming C because in Europe*)  so you cannot damage the system. It cuts - you leave it for a while it comes back on again, and it goes.
started working again - few hours. It’s just-  it’s the beauty of the system. Is a solid state matter, and more or less you cannot do anything with/about it. We know there is a possible WEAKNESS in the first batch which is getting rectified and should not be - is where the wires from these units can be overloaded in respect to the NANO-COATED MATERIAL. And then it all needs to be replaced, there’s no problem with it but in the second cycle which is already going through product“If you plug the system in and it blows out the heater gauge (?)  … this is no more. This is a transition from plasma to matter, the state, at the point where these wires are in the matter-ous state interact with the material inside which (*Keshe mumbles here*) are not in the matter-ous state they are in the ppens it’s just that the DIAMETER of the wires that are slightly different and that could give off a spark.”
0:31:44 “But the whole problem is, for you to be able to use these units we spend the whole week educating you. This week is called the blueprint (week). The standard teaching of the Keshe Foundation on teaching the masses (*audio is jumbled here*)... because its widening the interpretation of  … (audio is jumbled here) once you learn to use this we (will) show you by the end of tomorrow (audio is jumbled again)...”
0:32:28 “...up to ten (10) kilowatts resistive, but it needs - it needs a special process, a special setting, it cannot be done with one unit. We have tested it, we are testing further so you can even in the further development(s) push the use to twenty (20) - thirty(30) kilowatts resistive, but it needs time. You need about three (3) weeks…..to get the system set in the house minimum. What does this mean? You add a little, you wait for a week and then you add another load, you wait another week, and then gradually, you take the whole household in. The reason being, as we will explain, is that the house - all your wiring in the house needs to be NANO-COATED. If you unplug, you will find out you start again but instead of taking three weeks it might take three minutes, (or) three hours to re-use the same system. You will find out - this is what we see now in the trials around the world we have done - it’s better to leave the light of the house on all the time because you keep the (resistance?) of power going all the time….  brb feel free to continue this

What we learned

   1.        Allow time for the system to settle in its environment
   2.        Plug to grid. (before or after acclimatized?)
   3.        Start with low load 1kw at first.
   4.        Leave a Light running to keep system idling etc



METHOD OF CREATING THE POWER COILS

Time links and screenshots and transcript needed.

COIL DESIGN VIDEO BY RICHARD UBIQUE IN TELECONFERENCE WITH KESHE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GFmuQ_-QAM


Add: Use 14 gauge solid wire for all springs

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1. To create the coil, wind wire on a thin rod so that the outer diameter of the coil created is 5.6mm
1. Gather a thin cylindrical rod.that can create a coil with 14 gauge bare solid wire the Outer Diameter is 5.6 mm



Not required - 2. see addition above but keep vid link
2. Acquire 14 gauge bare solid copper wire
1:23:26 https://youtu.be/tYImMFQMP5U?t=1h23m26s


“As I said to you, in our trials and tests, we found copper 14 gauge for energy as the best for power production”


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3. Commence winding from a point 4-5cm from the beginning of the wire so you have a straight 4-5cm before the winding starts
3. Leave 4 -5 cm of straight wire before making turns on the rod


4. With the wire make anti clockwise turns going up the rod


“the secret to this is, when you hold the copper wire in your hand, you have to wind it, anticlockwise.


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5. Between 70 - 80 turns
1:24:50 https://youtu.be/tYImMFQMP5U?t=1h24m50s
“So what we find out, is you need to have, one of the best ways with the 14 gauge, is roundabout 70 to 80 turns
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6. Pull both ends of the spring so you evenly distribute small gaps in between the coil turns


7. Continue the wire past the spring for a length of 1.5 times the springs length


8.  Then acquire thicker rod that can create a coil with an outer diameter of 12 mm


----Repeat steps to make the larger diameter spring---
9. Acquire 14 gauge bare solid copper wire


10. With the wire make anti clockwise turns going up the rod


11. Between 70 -80 turns and leave 4 -5 cm in length of straight wire at both ends of the thick coil  


12. Pull spring so there is a small gap in between turns


13. Feed long wire from the thin coil through the fat coil, continue pulling which will pull the thin coil through the fat coil. then feed the long wire through the back open end of the thin coil, until it emerges. Pull this wire so the coils cinch into almost a circular shape 
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14. Bend the ends of the wires in on themselves so each end makes a “b” shape


this creates the inner combination of coils ^^^


now to create the outer combination of springs:
Add: Use 14 gauge solid wire for all springs


To create the small diameter spring-
Suggested rewrite
15. To create the coil, wind wire on a thin rod so that the outer diameter of the coil created is 5.6mm
15. gather a thin rod.that can create a coil with 14 gauge bare solid wire the Outer Diameter is 5.6 mm
Suggested rewrite
16. Commence winding from a point 4-5cm from the beginning of the wire so you have a straight 4-5cm before the winding starts
16. leave 4 -5 cm straight before making turns on the rod


17. with the wire make anti clockwise turns going up the rod]]


18. between 150 -160 turns]]


19. pull spring so there is a small gap in between turns]]


20. continue the wire past the spring for a length of 1.5 times the springs length]]


To create the large diameter spring-


21.  acquire thicker rod that can create a coil with an outer diameter of 12 mm]]


22. acquire 14 gauge copper wire]]]


23. with the wire make anti clockwise turns going up the rod between 150-160 turns


24. pull spring so there is a small gap in between turns]]]


25. take the long length of wire from the smaller spring and bring it around the outside of the smaller spring and feed it in (through the side with the 4-5cm piece of wire protruding) back through itself]]]


26. insert the smaller spring through the larger spring]]]
This is known as one "set"


27. Create 3 sets total


28. Nanocoat the sets


NanoCoating Tutorial Videos 1:50:00 to 1:57:55

[missing transcript - redo with full transcript, make bullet points for “what we learned sections”]

What we learned

   1.        Do not touch Nano material with bare hands wear gloves
   2.        Be aware of temperature
   3.        Make sure caustic does not carry any chlorine


(New way of nano-coating shown in videos below )

Original Tutorial Video

Nano-Coating Part 1: Hot Caustic Bath 1:51:51



Partial Material List:



    Plastic container
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    Zinc plate zinc is not really for hot nanocoating, its for c02 gans production
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    copper plate
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    Caustic Soda (Lye)
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    Chicken wire/galvanized fence mesh. Avoid aluminum[who says that? source plz]<-Caustic destroys aluminum https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhORLiiij3I
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What we learned

   1.        Lay wire mesh at bottom of bath to hold coatable materials off the bottom
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   2.        Put caustic Soda at bottom of the container., enough to cover the bottom.
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 3.        Add copper plate in bath
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   4.        Boil the water.
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   5.        Put lid slanted on top to prevent splash
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   6.        Cover the material with boiling water
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7.        Close Lid -NON AIRTIGHT- Leave as is for 24h in caustic bath
        (for sure NON Airtight? because it looks tight, damn if its true i did it wrong...)
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Nano-Coating Part 2: Caustic Vapour Steaming 1:53:32 - 1:55:32

What we learned

   1.        Use Gloves


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   2.        Hang Coated Material straight upScreen Shot 2015-10-27 at 2.37.48 AM.png
   3.        Add more caustic, very little this time
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   4.        Put lid slanted on top to prevent splash
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   5.        Add boiling water again.
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  6.        Leave for 24h
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Nano-Coating Part 3: Final Steaming and Drying 1:55:53

What we learned

   1.        Repeat second steaming until complete and consistent coating is achieved before drying, then..https://youtu.be/tYImMFQMP5U?t=2h14m00s.



   2.        Empty the caustic solution of primary container into a separate container, leaving a very small amount in the primary container. (keep the caustic solution as a “base” broth for future applications)
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  3.        Close container only leave a little opening to dry it slowly Leave 2-3 days?
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   4.        Touch wire mesh and nano-coated material with voltmeter every 6 hours in microvolt settling (discharging process) - Sets up nanolayer plasma.
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Back to Keshe talking about coils 1:58:00 to [...]

[1:58:00 to 2:13:00 - Political talking, no instruction on blueprint]

Showing some wire coils 2:13:00

[missing transcript - redo with full transcript, make bullet points for “what we learned sections”]
   1.        Keshe recommend Wire AWG14 to make system
               1.1.        Where to Buy 14AWG wire - See “Where to find Materials” at the bottom of this document
2:14:00 -
   1.        Keshe Asked to show wire coils (no zooming)
   2.        Keshe show how to intertwine 2 coils
   1.        Keshe show 80 turn awg14 coil
   2.        Keshe show 160 turn coil of lower gage
   3.        2 Loops are required for the basic system, each loop has 2 coils intertwined
   4.        But you also need a 3rd…


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But you need 3 sets of coils
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What we learned

   1.        Keshe recommend Wire AWG14 to make system
   2.        2 Loops are required for the basic system, each loop has 2 coils wrapped counterclockwise and one is placed inside the other
   3.        But you need 3 sets of loops

Closing wire ends & nano wire connections 2:20:43

Then you need 10 pieces of about 15 centimeters, just wire nano-coated
one of the easiest things for you to do is…. once you made the coils… from the beginning… when you are nano-coating … when you made the wires before you nao-coat… do something very simple to end of each wire… just turn the wire back on itself.... its important…. when you finish it before you put in the caustic… most of the lines…
when it comes to the end of the lines, dont leave it open like this… take it… and just twist it back on itself
because, this way, energy is free (to exit the system).
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when you twist it back on itself, energy get absorbed… the energy does not get lost, whereas when the wire is open ended the energy just keeps flowing outwards beyond the wire into voidness . . . when the wire is twisted back upon itself the energy is stronger and thus the machine overall is more efficient . . .
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So you don't waste any field.
[...] it make the difference with a system that doesnt work…
so remember, when for example you made your coil… at the end of the lines, both ends, all you need… before you put in the nano-coating, just twist the wires back internally to themselves.
because remember one thing… with nano-materials, we cannot weld them. we cannot solder. we cannot do anything with them.
The only way you can connect nano materials to each other, that the energy field transfers, is by twisting them around each other.
No one up to now has managed to solder a real nano-coated wire.
Understand the reason...
the reason is…
if you remember..
[...irrelevant chattering...]

What we learned

   1.        Nano-Coated wire cannot be left with straight ending, It causes energy loss
   2.        Nano-Coated wire must be twisted back on itself to create a plasma loop and prevent energy loss
   3.        Nano-materials cannot be soldered
   4.        Nano-materials must be twisted together to transfer energy

[DESCRIPTIVE TITLE MISSING] 2:23:45

so, you see...
when you go like this, this was your copper wire, this wire.
and then you made the nano material with it…
when you have another nano-material
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What we learned

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