Time Space Antenna

aswan4

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #25, on September 5th, 2016, 04:01 AM »
Lynx has suggested this antenna could initially be tested in a slayer circuit. Is anyone out there great with circuits who would want to help? Really, this antenna could be tested on many circuits that use coils by simply replacing the coil with the antenna. Since circuits aren't my expertise I am looking for someone to partner with. Anyone interested in collaborating???

Lynx

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #26, on September 5th, 2016, 06:25 AM »
As this can be considered to be one coil as the ends of the 2 conical coils are connected to eachother perhaps a step up converter could be used, here http://www.piclist.com/images/www/hobby_elec/e_ckt232_2.htm
It's a very straight forward circuit in that you control the development of the output voltage yourself through switching the transistor on/off at frequencies and duty cycles to your liking.

Another single coil step up converter is a version of the Joule thief, such as this https://www.circuitlab.com/circuit/k2zdm3/dual-2222-joule-thief/
If you omit the capacitor C1 in this circuit then the frequency "becomes what it (naturally) becomes".
Oh, and you should probably get rid of the LED aswell, those are too easily fried once you hit the sweet spot ;)

Otherwise, should you like to use a slayer exciter or a joule thief circuit then you'd have to add a second coil for generating (or sensing) purposes, such as this one https://www.circuitlab.com/circuit/946b8z/simple-slayer-exciter/
where the generating (primary) coil could do with just a few turns of some enamled wire or a piece of copper tube wrapped a few turns somewhere around one of the spirals, this is all guessing of course, but hopefully it will get you experimenting :)

aswan4

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #27, on September 6th, 2016, 06:21 AM »
Lynx, do you know how to build these circuits well? - Anth

Lynx

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #28, on September 6th, 2016, 07:35 AM »
It would have to be trial and error I'm afraid as there's no basic electronic circuit available which is tailormade for this antenna, not that I can see anyway.

If one could assume that the frequencies involved which activates the antenna, for energy collecting purposes then, lies in the range of say a few tens or hundreds of kilohertz, then by all means, switch it on and off using a variable frequency generator, much like the way you would use it in a step up converter.

That way you wouldn't risk blowing the whole circuit up should you actually hit some sweet spot, provided you use say a optocoupler between the generator and the power transistor that is.

I guess you have to decide which way you'd like to go from the start here, either using a frequency generator which you yourself control the output frequency with or if you'd like to use a self resonating circuit homing in on the natural resonance frequency for the antenna itself, which is by far the most inexpensive way to drive the antenna while also leaving the circuit exposed to all kinds of dangers with regards to high voltages and so on.

Also, by using a frequency generator you could find interesting anomalies along the way as you crank up the frequency, chances are that the "sweet spot" frequency is nowhere near the natural self oscillating frequency of the antenna, you never know.

PJ

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #29, on September 7th, 2016, 04:52 AM »Last edited on September 7th, 2016, 04:54 AM
Quote from aswan4 on September 1st, 2016, 08:54 AM
Lynx,

Yes, here are the precise specs, my friend. I believe the size has to do with a tuning of the device to the Earth's field. The antenna is built to specifically fit into a three foot pyramid. I do own a copper pyramid that could could house this device for experimentation purposes. Again, I am here looking for people to help conduct the experimentation and research.

- Anthony
I found this interesting that the antenna fits within a pyramid shape - in particular a tetrahedron.
This reminded me of the merkaba which is two tetrahedron connected together - one up one down and I see the 'antenna' possibly fitting perfectly in the centre of the merkaba with the upward cone representing the upward tetrahedron and the downward cone representing the downward tetrahedron.
I'll keep thinking on this and let you know if I have more ideas.
PJ

aswan4

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #30, on September 8th, 2016, 03:48 PM »
Quote from Lynx on September 6th, 2016, 07:35 AM
It would have to be trial and error I'm afraid as there's no basic electronic circuit available which is tailormade for this antenna, not that I can see anyway.

If one could assume that the frequencies involved which activates the antenna, for energy collecting purposes then, lies in the range of say a few tens or hundreds of kilohertz, then by all means, switch it on and off using a variable frequency generator, much like the way you would use it in a step up converter.

That way you wouldn't risk blowing the whole circuit up should you actually hit some sweet spot, provided you use say a optocoupler between the generator and the power transistor that is.

I guess you have to decide which way you'd like to go from the start here, either using a frequency generator which you yourself control the output frequency with or if you'd like to use a self resonating circuit homing in on the natural resonance frequency for the antenna itself, which is by far the most inexpensive way to drive the antenna while also leaving the circuit exposed to all kinds of dangers with regards to high voltages and so on.

Also, by using a frequency generator you could find interesting anomalies along the way as you crank up the frequency, chances are that the "sweet spot" frequency is nowhere near the natural self oscillating frequency of the antenna, you never know.
Lynx, I agree that all investigation into building a circuit involving this antenna would be trial and error. Yet, I do like the sound of your initial thoughts on experimentation. What would you say if I asked you to be a part of the initial experimentation? Is this something that would peak your interest enough to run a few tests on the antenna?
Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #31, on September 8th, 2016, 03:50 PM »
Quote from PJ on September 7th, 2016, 04:52 AM
I found this interesting that the antenna fits within a pyramid shape - in particular a tetrahedron.
This reminded me of the merkaba which is two tetrahedron connected together - one up one down and I see the 'antenna' possibly fitting perfectly in the centre of the merkaba with the upward cone representing the upward tetrahedron and the downward cone representing the downward tetrahedron.
I'll keep thinking on this and let you know if I have more ideas.

PJ, very cool diagram. It makes perfect sense that the antenna does fit into two pyramids rather than just one. PJ how are your skills and knowledge of circuits? If you read some of the dialog between Lynx and myself you can see we are working on ideas for testing the antenna through circuitry. He suggested a few roads to investigate and preliminary experiments. Check out some of the dialog and let me know what you think.
PJ

PJ

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #32, on September 8th, 2016, 04:36 PM »
I have no real knowledge on circuits so can not help there
PJ

Lynx

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #33, on September 8th, 2016, 09:32 PM »
Quote from aswan4 on September 8th, 2016, 03:48 PM
Lynx, I agree that all investigation into building a circuit involving this antenna would be trial and error. Yet, I do like the sound of your initial thoughts on experimentation. What would you say if I asked you to be a part of the initial experimentation? Is this something that would peak your interest enough to run a few tests on the antenna?
I so wish I had the time, but life won't permit itself for me to spare the extra hours needed in taking on yet another project I'm afraid, with trial and error, documenting data, etc.

What I can do is to find practical schematics for you to try out and they would be in the neckar of woods like something what I've already suggested, slayer exciter/joule thief kinda like, I.E self resonating circuits which homes in on and stays with one frequency, period, so if it's no cigar then it's on to the next circuit or tweak the one at hand to get different results.

Do you have a (variable) signal generator for controlling transistors?
Maybe that would be a better way to start experimenting, let it switch a transistor which excites the antenna which in turn then powers some dummy load and then plain just watch, hear and feel what happens as you dial the frequency.

PJ

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #34, on September 9th, 2016, 01:09 PM »Last edited on September 9th, 2016, 01:19 PM
I have been thinking about the geometry of this antenna and I am starting to see / imagine a possible relationship between this shape and torus shapes.
The two cone shapes could possibly relate to two separated toruses, one clockwise, one counter-clockwise situated above / below each other and separated from each other.
Ill attatch a sketch.
PJ

aswan4

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #35, on September 11th, 2016, 06:41 PM »
PJ, this is awesome work and I've been thinking a lot about it lately. Keep up the geometric designs.

PJ

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #36, on September 11th, 2016, 06:51 PM »
Quote from aswan4 on September 11th, 2016, 06:41 PM
PJ, this is awesome work and I've been thinking a lot about it lately. Keep up the geometric designs.
Thanks
Yes I like the possible geometric  relationship.
On my thread I am in the process of building a second counter-clockwise coil so when it comes to testing time I'm going to try set up an adjustable rig with the coils initially separatered, power them up to there highest / best frequency then ideally i will be able to slowly bring them together and watch for futher voltage spikes which might i decate the coils get into a harmonious position with relation to each other forming a similar conical overlapping feild between them.
PJ

aswan4

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #37, on September 11th, 2016, 06:51 PM »
Quote from Lynx on September 8th, 2016, 09:32 PM
I so wish I had the time, but life won't permit itself for me to spare the extra hours needed in taking on yet another project I'm afraid, with trial and error, documenting data, etc.

What I can do is to find practical schematics for you to try out and they would be in the neckar of woods like something what I've already suggested, slayer exciter/joule thief kinda like, I.E self resonating circuits which homes in on and stays with one frequency, period, so if it's no cigar then it's on to the next circuit or tweak the one at hand to get different results.

Do you have a (variable) signal generator for controlling transistors?
Maybe that would be a better way to start experimenting, let it switch a transistor which excites the antenna which in turn then powers some dummy load and then plain just watch, hear and feel what happens as you dial the frequency.
Lynx, thank you for the response. I am willing to wait to on this project if your schedule is currently full for a future paradigm when you are more freed up to research this antenna (if still interested). If you know any other researchers who can help, perhaps you could invite them to review our discussion as you are so reputable on this forum. In many ways, I feel quite content with just building the device and sharing it here. The right people will want to help when the time is right, I have no doubt in that. For now, I am okay with remaining patient. What I shared is a lot for anyone to take in. 
Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #38, on September 11th, 2016, 06:59 PM »Last edited on September 11th, 2016, 07:04 PM
Quote from PJ on September 11th, 2016, 06:51 PM
Thanks
Yes I like the possible geometric  relationship.
On my thread I am in the process of building a second counter-clockwise coil so when it comes to testing time I'm going to try set up an adjustable rig with the coils initially separatered, power them up to there highest / best frequency then ideally i will be able to slowly bring them together and watch for futher voltage spikes which might i decate the coils get into a harmonious position with relation to each other forming a similar conical overlapping feild between them.
PJ
How do you plan on testing that coil? I looked at a picture of the coil you built, it looks sweet.

PJ

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #39, on September 11th, 2016, 07:12 PM »
Quote from aswan4 on September 11th, 2016, 06:59 PM
How do you plan on testing that coil? I looked at a picture of the coil you built, it looks sweet.
If you read through some of the text on my post I think you will find the detailed testing ideas.
In short both coils will be hooked up to an amp with a frequency generator.
Multimeters will monitor voltage spikes from each coil.
When i have the optimum coil setup I will test an induction motor from a benchtop angle grinder to see if i can get it powered at lower watts than without using the coils
PJ

Matt Watts

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #40, on September 13th, 2016, 10:59 PM »
I missed this one, so it's possible others have as well.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxhA9_PcR_o

Bashar explains the Time/Space Antenna.

Lynx

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #41, on September 14th, 2016, 07:29 AM »
So basically what's needed is a jump start DC pulse (or perhaps a series of pulses), then it will start collecting energy by itself which then can be rectified, I.E turned into DC voltage which in turn then can be further used to supply for your energy needs.
Apparently there has been tinkerers out there who has come across "interesting anomalies" with this one, so it would absolutely be interesting to have a go at this.

One thing I can come to think of right now is what Moray did when he found a way to power all his incandescent light bulbs, he primed his "antenna"/build using magnets, then when the process was up and running he could just stop priming his circuit and instead just enjoy the light bulbs, which were shining so bright all day long at no cost at all :)

PJ

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #42, on September 14th, 2016, 12:46 PM »Last edited on September 14th, 2016, 02:47 PM
I've been doing some 3D geometry tests using the 2 x spiralled cones, 2 x tetrahedons (one upwards, one downwards - forming  the 'merkaba') and the torus shape.
I think I am starting to combine these into one harmonious form.
I'll take a couple of screen captures and post soon.
PJ

aswan4

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #43, on September 15th, 2016, 05:10 AM »Last edited on September 15th, 2016, 05:12 AM
Quote from Matt Watts on September 13th, 2016, 10:59 PM
I missed this one, so it's possible others have as well.

http://

Bashar explains the Time/Space Antenna.
Hi Matt,

Thanks for joining the conversation. To catch you up to speed on this project, I've basically built a time space antenna prototype. However, I am not a circuitry expert or very experienced in electronics. I tried a few experiments on the device, but figured I could partner and collaborate with some more experienced folks. I am hoping to find some researchers who would like to test out the device as a team. I am willing to box up my antenna and ship it for experimentation. You can see a picture of the device attached. Lynx has already suggested some great ways to initially test the device.

Godspeed!

- Anthony

smhs

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #44, on September 15th, 2016, 08:54 PM »Last edited on September 15th, 2016, 09:18 PM
Hi,

Placing this Bahsar-Space-Time-Antenna (STA) in the center of RODIN-NUNEZ coil (the axes of STA = axes of RODIN coil ) (and L2 parallel with Capacitor)
and driving L1 of rodin-coil by sin wave ( freq should be changed to find resonance )  is a good idea to driving an AC electromagnetic field
that has vortex shape and it flows inside the STA antenna (and outside too) should be A good combination.

PJ, your 3D skills are very nice, and in the other thread you had drawings of NUNEZ coil , please add  your STA 3D to NUNEZ 3D drawings.

Regards

.


.
Note:

the NUNEZ coil inside diammeter should be large enough for placing STA.

aswan4

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #45, on September 19th, 2016, 12:54 PM »
Very interesting. Yet, I would have to say before testing the device within a rodin coil we should just experiment purely on the time/space antenna alone. The device is sufficient to provide unlimited means of energy for home appliances and more. Thanks for the input. - Anthony
Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #46, on September 27th, 2016, 10:03 AM »
When I think of this device, I feel it would be the first home appliance energy provider. This would thus allow so many people to live off grid in a sustainable way, thus creating an opportunity for people to be free from debt and grueling labor hours. Mankind would then be freed to pursue the arts and spirituality in a way that would revolutionize our world. Thus, it is the globalists (bankers) mindset to prevent unlimited energy because it would truly liberate the human being. That is how I see the device being used. I wonder if it would be coupled with solar panels to deliver the initial pulse start. Thoughts?

PJ

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #47, on September 27th, 2016, 09:55 PM »
I'm planning to build a small version of this antenna after I finish my coil work (which is still a few weeks away).
I will 3D print guides to shape the wires and I know how I will do the wiring so that I can put different frequencies through an amp then through the antenna similar to how I pulse / power the coils.
I may do a 3D model beforehand to show what I have in mind or just do some freehand sketches.
I like the geometry of this antena and it will be interesting to see if there are any positive reactions / voltage spikes etc
PJ

aswan4

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #48, on September 28th, 2016, 04:50 AM »
PJ, that's great to hear. One important item to note, however, is you can't build a smaller model than the presented specs. This antenna requires precise measurements which allows the device to self-resonate with the frequency of the Earth's magnetic field. Therefore, if you build the antenna out of proportion it may be totally ineffective. With that being said, I am excited to hear you are on board with this project. Lynx has presented some ideas for testing as well and I'm sure he would be interested in our findings. - Anthony

Mario Zavala

Re: Time Space Antenna
« Reply #49, on October 15th, 2016, 12:15 AM »
Nice experience and desing with youre TS Coil Antenna, I had some experience metering Cosmic energy with a no matter sensor ( only plasma, ki or prana ) some vid´s are in youtube as "META PI ASTRAL" interface ...

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