MAGNETIC CURRENT GENERATOR for LIGHT BOX
Free energy device produces magnetic current for lighting magnetic light
Suggested use - will light six light boxes in homes, businesses,
Generator will recycle energy safely to repair environment
Generator does not create pollution, so it will help repair the environment
Requires Manganese Silicate (Rhodonite) inside the unit
Requires mechanical startup
Consists of two rotors turning opposite directions simultaneously
We are providing this free information out of love to help repair our
planet. Please help us in educating people about magnetic energy.
This generator utilizes power by directly capitalizing on the natural
resource of magnetism. This generator demonstrates that every element has a
unique range of vibrations that can be harnessed to give magnetic current a
distinct polarity. This unit uses Manganese Silicate (Rhodonite) to produce
a flowing magnetic current that produces light in the Magnetic Light Box.
People will probably substitute many different elements in this unit to see
how they effect the magnetic current being produced. Countless devices will
emerge that run on magnetic current, replacing and enhancing devices people
currently use. Magnetic current is infinitely more versatile than
electricity, and it does not damage living things or the environment like
electricity. Regardless of the amount of magnetic current generated, it does
not produce pollution and it will always safely recycle itself back into the
earth's energy field after it is used.
The motor works as follows:
Figure 1 shows an outer rotor rotated by a brass shaft at 5,610 RPM, which
causes the winding assembly to pass between permanent magnets. When this
outer rotor is rotating, a second inner rotor is rotated opposite the first
rotor. This action then causes the outer rotor to continue to rotate at
5,600 RPM with the inner rotor also continuing to rotate at 2,200 RPM.
Magnetic flowing energy is then removed at the six energy removal locations
as the unit rotates 24 hours per day at a rate in excess of the equivalent
of a one horsepower standard electrical generator. The driving force that
actually rotates these rotors is a perfect harmony of attract polarities
which create a release timing caused by the interaction of both rotors.
PARTS LIST FOR THE MAGNETIC CURRENT GENERATOR:
Vertical brass outer wall measuring 14-3/4"OD, 13-5/8" ID and 13-5/8" High
with appropriate shaping
Generator brass base plate, 14-3/4" dia., by 1" thick, shaped as shown.
Two heaving duty ball bearings that do not adhere to a magnet, 1-3/4" ID by
3-7/8" OD, Bearing #.5625 with shields.
Center brass shaft, 17-1/2" long machined to sizes on print.
Aluminum rotating base plate, 1" thick by 14" OD, shaped as shown on print.
This plate is screwed to the center shaft Part #4, with a 2-1/2" wide
Delrin rotating plate secured to part #5 measuring 2-1/4" thick, 14" OD,
1-3/4" ID Note: We highly recommend using one solid piece of Rhodonite which
is obtainable in some mines; we will supply the necessary drawings if you
are able to obtain the Rhodonite.
Machined slot 7/8 " wide by 1" deep in spiral configuration with a dividing
wall 1/32" thick
Are 244 rods pressed into holes, Part #7. These rods measure 7/32" dia. by
10-1/4" long, and made of hardened metal alloy composition of Magnesium,
Aluminum, Titanium, Chromium,etc. We will supply a sample if requested.
165 Rhodonite rods measuring 1" long by 7/8" diameter placed in slot #7
Are 244 drilled and tapped 6/32-screw holes located on the top of each rod
One top rod stabilizer cap made of Delrin with 244 holes measuring 7/32"
dia. This cap measures 3/8" thick, 10-7/8" ID, 12-7/8" OD. This cap is slid
onto the 244 rods exposing the drilled and tapped 6/32 holes.
Are 122 nickel connection bars measuring 3/4" long, 7/32" wide by 1/8"
thick. Each bar has two 6/32 holes drilled on a 1/2" centerline to allow
6/32 screws to connect an inner rod to an outer rod.
Copper plates which form the core of the generator winding measure 4-7/8" x
7-3/4" x .010" made of thick rigid copper plate. These plates are to be
overlapped by 1/4" then fastened together with nylon 6/32 flat head screws,
then rolled into a circle of 11-3/4" ID by 7-3/4" high.
Generator winding - Plates #13 are then disassembled and each plate is
flattened where it is held in a winding fixture at the 1/4" overlap portion.
Then the plates are wound with six even layers of #27 insulation copper wire
wrapped around forming a coil, 4-3/8" wide by 8" high. After wrapping the
coil should have approximately 2,400 turns.
Coil forming - The coil is then put into a bending fixture to reform the
coil to its original curved shape where liquid acrylic is used to solidify
the coil to prevent it from changing its curved shape.
Coil assembly - when all 8 coils are held to each other by overlapping the
copper ends, then screwing them together, this assembled coil is next placed
between the rods Parts #8. Next, Part #11 is put over the rods and Parts #12
are firmly secured to the rods.
A brass top ring, 9" ID by 15-1/4" OD by 1" thick with downward lip of 3/8"
Eight outer iron/boron/neodymium magnets, 8-3/8" long, 3/4" thick (by
approximately 2-3/4" wide cut to 23-degree angle. Outer radius 7-3/16",
Inner radius 6-5/16".
Inner brass tube made of 83% copper, 3% zinc, 2% tin and 7% lead, measuring
10" OD, 8-29/32" ID and 8-5/8" high.
Eight inner magnets made of Iron/boron/neodymium, 8-3/8" long, 7/8" thick by
approximately 2-1/4" wide, cut to 23-degree angle. Outer radius is 5-1/2"
and inner radius is 4-5/8".
Four graphite electrodes, 2" long, 3/4" wide by 1/4" thick.
Insulated wire that connects Part 21 to a connection below part #5, the
Delrin base plate.
Four copper plates 2" long, 3/4" wide by 1/4" thick secured to Part #5.
Four graphite plates, 2" long, 3/4" wide by 1/4" thick, secured to Part #2
Brass base plate.
Four Mica plates, 1/8" thick by 2" long by 3/4" wide to insulate part 24
from part #2.
Four coaxial cable wires secured to part #24, graphite plates.
Nylon ring, 1-1/4" high with an 8-1/2" ID, 9-1/4" OD with six slotted holes.
Six nylon screws to hold Part #27 to Part #19.
Six carbon brushes secured to Part 19 with nylon ring #27 between. These
brushes are spaced 60 degrees apart. Each brush measures 1-7/16" high with
screws #28 to hold this part and nylon ring to Part #19 inner brass tube.
Sixteen copper bars, 15/16" wide forming a ring 6-13/16" ID by 8-5/8" OD.
These copper bars have 1/16" thick Mica between them. The wires from the 8
wound coils get connected to each of these bars (see print bar connection).
A 3/8" deep slot cut into part #5 to hold part #30. This slot is cut360
degrees around 15/16" wide to hold the copper bars in one complete circle
with the use of recessed brass flat head screws.
Aluminum casting 7-3/4" high by 8-7/8" OD with a 1-3/8" base.
Two bearings made of magnet material measuring 1-3/8" OD, 1/4" wall, wall
thickness 3/4" long secured to Part #32.
Two bearings made of magnet material, which repels to parts #33, measuring
1" long, 3/4" ID and secured to shaft. These magnet bearings repel to Part
Brass-collar 3/8" thick, 3/4" ID, 1-1/4" OD, set-screwed to Shaft #4.
Six copper bars bolted to Part #32spaced 60 degrees apart. These bars form
an ID of 6-13/16" ID by 8-5/8" OD by 1/4" thick.
Mica ring 1/16" thick between bars #36 and part #32.
Nylon screws to old bars #36 to Part #32.
Nylon tube, 6-3/4" OD, 1/8" wall thickness, 3-5/8" long.
Are 133 plastic magnets, .012" thick, 8-3/4" OD, 6-3/4" ID.
Are 132 flat rows of #27 wire, 60 turns per row.
Non-metal holding cap secured to Part #32, Aluminum Casting.
Six copper contacts bolted to Part #36 held with brass screws.
Brass brush holder held to Part #19.
Six boron carbide contacts spaced 60 degrees apart forming a circle 6-5/8"
ID, 8=1/2" OD, 1/4" thick.
Six pieces of 1/16" thick Mica placed between Part #45 and brush holder #44.
Nylon screws to hold contacts #45 to brush holder #44.
Six coaxial cable wires secured to each boron carbide contact #45.
A 1/2" thick clear acrylic top plate with a 2" ID and 9" OD. This plate is a
snug fit to part #19, the inner brass tube and it rests on the top of Part
#44. This cover serves as a safety device to keep objects from falling into
a running unit. ALSO - the cover helps to contain charged MAGNETIC AIR,
which aids in the total magnetic current charging process.
One rope pulley secured to Part #32 aluminum Casting. When the lower shaft
is at full speed, pull a rope to rotate this pulley. The part #32 must be
rotated counter clockwise (backwards). It will then accelerate up to a speed
range of around 2200 Rpm's depending on the load.
Are 8 grooves cut into the top surface of Part 35. These grooves are to
circuit wires from the 8 generator coils Part #14 over to the 16 copper bars
Are 24 pieces of .092" thick plastic magnets 8-1/4" long by 5/16" wide.
There are 4 locations of 24 pieces per location. The locations are between
the North and South magnets.
Eight rectangular slots cut into Part #19, the inner brass tube. These slots
measure 4-1/2" high, 1-1/2" wide cut through the 1/4" thickness of Part #19.
A hardened non-metal tube to support ball bearings #3. This tube is pressed
into base plate #2. This tube serves to insulate the center shaft from the
base plate, which then prevents an unwanted energy draw to the unit.
Are Four graphite brushes, 1/2" wide, 1/4" thick, 2" long, held to the top
of Part #5, the Delrin base plate.
Four copper brushes, 1/2" wide, 1/4" thick, 2" long, held to the bottom
surface of Part #5, Delrin base. Four wires are used to connect each
graphite brush #55 to one of these copper brushes.
Four graphite brushes 1/2" wide, 1/4" thick, 2" long held to the brass base,
Four 1/8" thick Mica plates between Parts #57 and #2.
Four coaxial cable wires, one wire to each Part #57.
One piece of armature banding tape, 1" wide, .010" thick, secured into a
.010" deep indent portion of outer rods #8. This band is located at a
centerline 4-1/2" above base plate #5. As the other generator rotates at
5,600 Rpm, this band serves to prevent the outer rods from expanding outward
from centrifugal force.
Two circular 3/8" dia. carbon brushes, 3/4" long. These brushes are lightly
spring held to the top surface of Parts #12. Thus the top surface of Parts
#12 need to be machined to allow the brushes to slide as needed.
Are two brush insulation jackets with springs to hold Part #61. These brush
holders are secured into Part #17, the brass top ring. These jackets are
located 180 degrees apart, centered between the magnets that have the same
polarities (two north inward faces together and 180 degrees across, two
south inward faces together. These brushes remove magnetic charges from the
rods for every 180 degrees of rod travel. This removed energy is used as
Are two insulated coaxial cable wires that go to a device needing magnetic
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