I stacked the coils: L1 is bottom, then L3 is placed on top of L1 but, with 15mm spacing. L1 and L3 are equal size 10M 0.75mm2 bifilar coils.
L2 is an equal mass, but 0.4mm2 aroun16 meter (see other post) bifilar pancake coil, and is placed on top of L3.
I removed C1 from the circuit.
C2=10nF c3=635nF c4=2.3uF c5=25nF C6(parallel over L3 and Load)=121nF
Power consumed by the supply: 0.87A 11.2Vdc =9.744 W
yellow= current probe 100mV/A 20mV/DIV
Blue= 10:1 L3 outside rim 50V/DIV
Purple= Math: yellow X Blue (power) 200mV per div
Purple in the bottom says: max=352 mV
yellow = 60mVpp equals 0.6AMPs peak to peak
now Im going to ramble, because my head is foggy:
0.6A/2 devided by square root of 2 = 0.212132034 A rms
185/2 dev by sqrrt of 2= 65.407 V rms
If the amps and volt are in phase (which they are not but near) it would give 13.86W rms consumed
that would be more that the 9.8 at the supply.
But this is very speculative.
I think it better to conclude, my load is much to big. the 111 Ohm is part of a 2500W heat Fan. A bit too much I would say....
So I will get another Load. A Car light bulb wil probably get to much voltage. So... Maybe back to the pure resistive load of 2x8Ohm in series (50w power resistor) But thats no fun either... I need a "working" load. I need to see/feel the power.
maybe a 15W lightbulb again.