Coral Castle & Free Energy Research



While trying to find research material on magnets, I quickly began to realize that no one really knew what a magnet was.That prompted me to dig deeper and I sometimes found myself with concepts of magnetism that most engineers or physicist would not even consider, because these theories did not conform to modern schools of thought and trying to validate what Ed was saying in his published works.

So let me explain what I believe a magnet is, and at the same time what it’s not:

A magnet is made up of three things.

1. The Vessel- When you are holding a magnet in your hand what is physically touching the palm of your hand is not a magnet. It’s a rock or a piece of metal. It is a vessel or portal if you will, that the magnetic field is flowing through.

To prove this to you lets do a little experiment. Take a stack of five round craft magnets that you can get from the radio store and reverse the one on the end so that it wants to fly away, then tape it in place on the stack. Build a small frame from the cardboard backing of a writing tablet like the one you see below.

ABOVE: Experiment diagram.   ABOVE: Edward Leedskalkin.

Also cut out a small swing and place two magnets one on each side of the little swing so that they attract and hold themselves in place. Now as you move your stack of magnets towards the swing it will want to swing towards the stack. The closer you get to the swing magnets, the swing will suddenly fly away.

What you have done is to basically push the entire magnetic field out of its vessel. Both north and south are sitting out there on the end of your stack of magnets. The bad part is that by holding the magnets in this forced pole to pole manner will quickly kill the magnets strength and usability.

2. The Field- The field is flowing through this vessel in two directions. Into the north and into the south, then exiting both through their respective opposite poles.

3. The Magnets- I use this term now to describe that which is actually making up the field. You can call them nuons, muons, electrons or vectrons. No matter what you call them, these are the true magnets. These magnets operate at a sub-atomic level. They are smaller than the size of an atom.

These infinitely small “magnets” as he calls them, fly in one end of the vessel and out the other. Sometimes they fly away, but most time they just go right back to the other end and start over.

This is a great way of looking at magnets. He also said that there were south pole magnets and north pole magnets. One going in the north end and the other in the south end. I’m very sure of this. This is why a dipole magnet placed in another dipole magnets field will not rotate or produce some kind of work. It is basically being cancelled out. Equal amounts of south and north pole “magnets” flowing in opposite directions will not produce any work when introduced into the field of another magnet be it larger or smaller, unless there is an uneven amount of one or the other poles “magnets”.

Please understand that this is my opinion of what Mr. Leedskalkin was trying to say. His writings are very difficult to understand. But I do believe that what I have grasped from his writings is, at least, a more accurate description of the way a magnetic field works.

To get to a point for you, these “magnets” do not operate on the same physics playing field that anything else does. First off these guys are in almost perpetual motion. I mean if they are flying in one end and out the other, what is driving them? Where is the fuel, or the waste? There isn’t any. Also, If they are flying out of one end and into the other what is tethering them to the vessel to do so? And..... magnets last for thousands upon thousands of years if they are not damaged by heat or struck very hard.

Take a 110volt electromagnet and attach it to an iron beam. Now take a nice strong neo magnet and attach it to the same beam. Now stick a 1 lb piece of metal to each of these. The electromagnet is using energy to generate the field to hold the metal in place. And the neo magnet is using what to hold the metal and keep it from hitting the floor? Energy? Nope.

Now you might say that it took quite a bit of energy to make that neo magnet. OK, good try. I bought that neo magnet for $1 and the electro-magnet has now been running for twenty years at about $35 bucks a year. How much energy do you really think it took to make that neo magnet? How long do you think it will hold that piece of metal up there, 100 years? 1,000 years? These little “magnets” are as close to a physicists hearts desire as perpetual motion can get.

So how does one take advantage of these little free energy machines? Well, that’s where Mr. Stewart A. Harris comes in. Mr. Harris wrote a paper called “Theory of Magnetic Instability”. Along with this paper and many other concepts and designs, I have put together MAG-GEN. (Magnetic Generator)

This Mag-Gen is needed in our society now!

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