Lindemann Peter - The free energy secrets of cold electricity

Author : Lindemann Peter
Title : The free energy secrets of cold electricity
Year : 2000

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Preface. Ever since I first encountered the work of Edwin Gray more than a quarter of a century ago, I have attempted to unravel the mystery of how he produced free energy. Only recently has sufficient information emerged to enable me to finally piece all of the clues together and reach a definitive conclusion. In "The Free Energy Secrets of Cold Electricity," I share this 27-year odyssey and the knowledge that has evolved along the way. Edwin Gray discovered that the discharge of a high voltage capacitor could be shocked into releasing a huge, radiant, electrostatic burst. This energy spike was produced by his circuitry and captured in a special device Mr. Gray called his "conversion element switching tube." The nonshocking, cold form of energy that came out of this conversion tube powered all of his demonstrations, appliances, and motors, as well as recharged his batteries. Mr. Gray referred to this process as "splitting the positive." These claims were incomprehensible; however, because Gray did not reveal anything about the conditions the circuit had to create in order to produce the effect. This was the mystery. It wasn't until I correlated Gray's clues with an analysis by Gerry Vassilatos, published in 1996, detailing Nikola Tesla's experimental work in the late 1880"s, that the picture started coming into focus. These experiments resulted in the discovery of what Tesla called "radiant energy" and led to the development of his Magnifying Transmitter. This material was the clue that unraveled the Gray mystery. An exhaustive comparison between Gray's "cold electricity" systems and Tesla's "radiant energy" systems leads to the reasonable conclusion that these two discoveries are one and the same. Finally, in this light, Gray's circuit schematics are "corrected" and all of the omissions are filled in. It is my belief that enough information is provided herein to enable anyone interested in the pursuit of free energy to reproduce these "cold electricity" effects with relatively simple equipment. It is my hope that thousands of engineers and experimenters will now begin looking into reproducing this, the "Mother Lode" of Free Energy effects. Many people have given invaluable assistance and counsel during this journey of mine, and I wish to acknowledge them with profound thanks. To Tom Valentine, for aggressively pursuing the story of Ed Gray, for his excellent and accurate reporting, for his tremendously revealing photographs, and for his exceptional generosity in making his entire archive available to me. None of this would have happened without his contribution. To Eric Dollard for being the first one in this generation to truly understand Nikola Tesla's work with impulse currents, and for repeatedly demonstrating this knowledge with experimental apparatus. To Gerry Vassilatos for so brilliantly articulating and accurately conveying the story of Tesla's discoveries, and to David Hatcher Childress, the publisher of Gerry's book, for giving me unusually wide latitude in quoting large sections of this book. To the late Bruce DePalma, for teaching me how to think about physics - the way things really are. To Trevor Constable, for erasing all doubt in my mind about the reality of the Ether, and for relentlessly pursuing its practical application for the betterment of humanity. To Tom Brown, for introducing me to most of these people, and for broadening my horizons in countless ways. To Alison Davidson, for permission to use the color image of the etheric discharge from Eric Dollard's magnifying transmitter, taken at the "Integration" in the summer of 1986. To Dorothy O'Connor and Jacqueline Lindemann, for their assistance in editing this book. And finally, of course, to Edwin V. Gray, Sr. and Dr. Nkola Tesla who, after all, discovered this astonishing technology. Peter A. Lindemann, D.Sc. December 2000. ...

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