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110-HUB HUBBARD, Alfred: THE HUBBARD GENERATOR --- This device was first demonstrated in 1919: it powered a 35-hp electric motor to propel an 18- foot boat around Portage Bay, WA. The "Hubbard Coilll needed no power source other than a jump start ••• Comprised of 8 electromagnets each with primary and secondary windings of copper wire, all arranged around a large steel core which h"c:\ a single winding Around the entire group of coils was another, secondary winding ••• Here are several news articles from 1919 and ft26, Schematics, and updates on recent research developments ••• 58 pp •• PRICE: $ 8 .•.

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November 26,1982

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we would like to advise you of the development of a major-impact ~Iternate energy system based on a past transformer/generator built by Alfred K. Hubbard of Seattle, Washington in 192~.

The Hubbard Generator was used to power an eighteen-foot boat around Lake Portage at Seattle and this first demonstration 'was witnessed by scores of ebser ver s j i nc luding the press. A front page article about Alfred Hubbard and his remarkable achievement was published in Seattle's Post Intelligencer of July 29,1920, and a follow-up article was presented in the la+erJuly 16,1973 issue. The Hubbard principle is so simple and yet so profound that it is difficult to see how it was overlooked by engineers for over sixty years, but apparently this has been the case because nobodl troubled to find out ~at Hubbard fed into the rimar wind,n s of the enerator.

In a recently published book, .. IIAwesome Force, by Joseph H. Cater, 1n ormat t on was provided on the full theory of operation and background on the Hubbard Generator,\otIi ch ,..... Cater rates as one of the best of severa 1 so-cat l ed "free-energy systems". We had known about the Hubbard Generator for several years but had di$missed it as doubtful since not enough technical data was available at the time, until Hr. Cater's "Awesome Force" came .'ong.

Briefly stated, the Hubbard hardware consists of nothing more than a non-convent{onal,coil-form transformer ~th eight secondary coils in tangent contact with each other and ~th the larger central prfmary coil .t eight places. If usual A.C or D.C. is fed into such II coil-for. transformer an approximate 8 ; 1 voltage stepup occurs with a corresponding. decrease in the amperage output. Wattage in = __ ttage out ~inu. hystersis and iron cor~eddy losses.

A raeNeal departure from normal transformer operation occurs. however, when sinusoidal D.C. pulses, at low voftage and high frequency are sent into the primary ~ndings of the Hubbard transformer/generator unit. Test, have shown that uniform D.C. pul. ses directed intG a coil will incre~se the ~perage output over that of a equivalent straight wire. This is the basis for the secondary coil to coil cumulative amperage increase ach i eYed wi th:oth. wi ndi ngs of the Hubbard Generator !

Soft particle physics bas.don concepts of the ether. accounts for the functioning of the Hubbard Generator in ~ich continuous D.C. pulses cause the destruction of .11 "softll electrons surrounding the secondary dOlls which causes '!h.rd" e1ectrons to en-

ter all the coil windings. ..

A recent crt tic of the Hubbard Principle mentioned that they were amused by the undocumented 35 KWoutput -(280 amps at 125 volts) claimed for the Hubbard demonstration outpu~ power. Our response to this comment was that we were also amused by the Hubbard demonstration, but not by the cl.f~d power rating,which we now believe to be true. Our amusement stenmed fran 819 year old boy coming atong wi th one of the ~eat. est achievement!i" electrical en ineerin of the 20th centur , but didn't know how

it worked nor co. d expl.in the scientific theory ;nvo ved, and neither could anybody else at the time.

In view of the serious and progressive environmental damage being done to the planetls atmosphere, it is believed that thfs revolutionary and mIIjor-i~act electric .. l energy development should no longer be kept from rapid exploit.tion and world-wide

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~ I am enclosing additional,specs on the current Hubbard TIG being built here, for your information and interest.

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I have recently Tearned about a duo of rese.rchers in Maryland who are a~so invol ved in the building of a Hubbard Generator, and who are milking slow but steady progress tow.rd operation. They ire using a function generator .nd ilmplifier to determine the resonant frequency of their coil assembly (tuning) prior to re.ching the optimum KV-/K Hz. rating for this unit. They h.ve .dvised me th.t they will not be using an electro/mechanical oscillator as we are using but will emp1o/ i solid-state oscillat with a ver.ctor.

After the problems that we have had with the ~M oscillator I now believe that they are definitely going ;n the right direction. In the latest ~M oscillator bu ilt here, th~ distributor rotor shaft must spin between 8000 to 16000 rpm to produce

1 K Hz. to 2 K Hz., so that you can see that the life expectancy of the std. auto distr utor will not be too long.

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Generator is in the public domain so that propriet.ry developments and rights will be severely limited. Incidentally the so-called COlter Coil is for the birds-! the heat ~nd cap.citance buildup will be far too high for any practic.l level of wattage output Although Joe Cater's chapter on the Hubbard unit in his book,"Awesane Forcell w.s quite revealing and useful there were a number of technical errors which 'would preclude the operation of the Hubbard concept, as described.

It is now known that Hubbard worked with Nicola Tesla .t one time and it is reasonably certain that he gained his H.V. knowledge from Tes1. which makes a lot of uncertain H.V. facts fall into place, I believe that this general type of transformer generator will be the wave of the future ;n alternate energy and eventually lead to th redress of economic grievances Olgainst the power ut i li t i es , which h long overdue 11

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PRH'.ARY COIL: - { Single,central Coll} {+ & w connections independent froe. ~e::c;. .. i-;;Jr

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Height: Fifteen inches covered with steel shel1,cpprox •• C; thk.

43 turns of #4 Thw Cable,- seven solid copper wires,approx •• 09 dia each,

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SECONDARY COILS -(8) In mutual tangent contact/all coils

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43 turns of # 4 THW Cable - seven solid copper wires, as ~bove.

All secondary coils connected top to bottom to maintain s.me hand coil d~r~~ - ion, as noted in the enclosed photocopies.

+ & - connections independent from the central primary ceil.

App;-oxima"te Weight: - 83 pounds, with four cas t er s for mobility

<XItput Am71eter:

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Subsequen~ project work:

1111 coils wer e wourd with fir!} steel wire wincFngs to i ncr eas e t.he ,-:,~ne~;~ induction surroundi~G the coiis, as advised by Jos. C£ter.

The primary coil has been "tOUl'll nearly flush to the i, .. !ll coil 0':::'j a,r.' ; :, In steel sleeve; covers thi s pr i , ·-::0; 1.

All the secondcry co i l s were "Iound s 1 i ght 1 Y 1 e s s than fl ush to -:.<2 fu 11 u. .: ..

of the coils. Th~s is a hedge ~gainst excessi~~ c~pacita~ce ~ui! Jup, .S ~~ .. -~~ !:ly Curt WOll~aceJ of xor thst ar , DE, at tendee at the Atla.';:.a Ener;. St;:;;1;-:",_:: .. 5'-~

Etheric Capacitor:

A:: etheri c capec i tor for the hubbar-d TIG has ye~ to be ~..J1l tar .. ! 'it IN:>'!' ~~(;: de, to hold off on this component until some pos i tve te st r e su l t s i c : thi! 14-:-/:: have been establis~ed.

The Ethe:'"i C capac i tor- simil l;!r to :<ei en's ergum: [lox I 1 ~ 'C,:~-; r e d t c co .. :::..-~ni t schyons (pr e-e l ect r-ons ) in the vac irri ty of tne s econdar y con: ,':.r the i r str 2nce into the windings, as advised by both Jos. Cater a~~ Or. Richard r":rk, of SanOiego. It was believed that Hubbard's original un~t used such and et;er ic capacitor consisting of alternate layers of a luml num foil and some :ype or dielectric/insulating material. Approximately three of four l a yer s of .. lll::1 fei will be re~~ired fo; this E/C component.

Oscillator Unit:

The input osci tt at or for thi s H- T/G is descr i bed on another data sheet whi.;:' included wlth this spec. data.

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The reference bas; s for thi s project work is the book. ,lA\'Jesci7,e Force" ')j ':: s . Cater. According to Dr. Cl ar k , Alfred Hubbard wor~with Nicola Te's l a ref a ~,or t time, and it is believed thllt Hubbard acquired his H.IJ. know-how free. 1_51. :'0 that the basic t echno l oqy is Tes l a t sj as has been suspcct ed by severa I r e. ea cner s , Tes l c was experimenting with a vehicle dr i veo by '-l watt",:_.r: step-up t r ns for~erJ ~t One time.

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The enclosed photo of the reworked Hubbard Generator will explain why you

leve not heard from me for quite a while.

This has been a major rewurk, which includes the following design features:

a) Removal of the existing pl}'\lood· . end plates and placement of steel links to both mechanical & magnetically connect all the eight coil cores together, as shown.

b) Addition of primary windings of 4-1/2 turns each within the existing coils which now become secondaries of :- Tesla . Coil transormers (Nominal 10:1

stepup voltage ratio). Connection of the primaries (8) in series while the secondaries (8) are connected within a ~rallel circuit, for an amperage increase for the fixed voltage output.

c) Two spacer rings added (one shown) at each end of coil assembly for maximum air circulation (for cooling) of the coil assembly. (No internal iron core added as per Hubbard's design, since the primaries are in contact with the secondary cores, and the secondaries have the tight steel windings as per

Joe cater's advice. Adequate magnetic induction should be present with the volume and proximity of the present arrangement.

Because of the major redesign and concept change, the unit has been redesigned

as the Tesla/Hubbard Transformer Gernerator, due to use 'of Tesla's technology.

I'm now about 3 or 3 days away from first tests, with the major work going into the small motor-generator D.C. pukse unit, at the fromt of the coil-ass'y. The pulser is essentially a .. variable-connection interral slip-ring & motor (AC)-generator (D.C.) to produce the D.C. pulses at about 30 Hz.

Oliver Nichelson, of Provo, Utah now recommends two phase D.C. pulses, which can be done with the above set-up.

If the D.C. pu1sor, above, is not successful I'll have to set up the function generator and amplifier to produce the input D.C. pulses.

I've just filed a Disclosure Document on a modified Tesla coil/transformer featuring two concentric secondaries with the single primary sandwiched in between.

The amperage output should be nearly doubled for the nonna! voltage stepup realized. The more I dig into the amazing work of Nicola Tesla, the more potential possib1ities I can see, especially in his coil/transformer design (Eat. No. 593,138).

Best Regards,

Don K.

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DONA.LD l<ELLY TO DR. RICHA.RD L. CIARK. (AUG.5, 1983) (Retyped for clarity)

Dea r Ricra rd:

The enclosed photo of the reworked Hubbard GeneI3.tor will explain why you

bave not heard from me for qui~e a while.

This has been a major rewurk, which includes the following design features:

a) Removal of the existing plywood· _ end plates and placement of steel links to both mechanical & magnetically connect all the eight coil cores togeth.r, as shown.

b) Addition of primary windings of 4-1/2 turns each within the existing coils which now become secondaries of : Tesla Coil ttansormers (Nominal 10:1

stepup voltage ratio). Connection of the prinaries (8) in series while the secondaries (8) are connected within a p§rallel circuit, for an amperage increase for the fixed voltage output.

c) Two spacer rings added (one shown) at each end of coil assembly for maximum air circulation (for cooling) of the coil assembly. (No internal iron core added as per Hubbard's design, since the primaries are in contact with the secondary cores, and the secondaries have the tight steel windings as per

Joe Cater's advice. Adequate magnetic induction should be present with the volume and proximity of the present arrangement.

Because of the major redesign and concept change, the unit has been redesigned

as the Tesla/Hubbard Transformer Gernet8.tor. due to use 'of Tesla's technology.

I'm now about 3 or 3 days away from first tests, with the major work going into the small motor-generator D.C. pukse unit, at the froat of the coil-ass'y. The pulser is essentially a ~ variable-connection internal slip-ring & motor (AC)-generator (D.C.) to produce the D.C. pulses at about 30 Hz.

Oliver Nichelson, of Provo, Utah now recommends two phase D.C. pulses, which can be done with the above set-up.

If the D.C, pulsar, above, is not successful I'll have to set up the function generator and amplifier to produce the input D.C. pulses.

I've just filed a Disclosure Document on a modified Tesla coil/transformer featuring two concentric secondaries with the single primary sandwiched in between.

The amperage output should be nearly doubled for the nonnal voltage stepup realized. The more I dig into the amazing work of Nicola Tesla. the more potential possiblities I can see, especially in his coilftr.ansformer design (Fat. No. 593,138).

Best Regards,

Don K.

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~ current. It is nOi1 clear that a pulsed current or o~ening and closing of the circuit or a square wave will not work. This means that there must be a steady increase

and decrease in current during a cycle \-'hich f0110'<15 the s ame pattern as that of an alternating current. A sine wave pattern instead of a square wave is the answer. Since a sine wave means a smaller rate of increase in current, a much larger coil with many times the number of turns is needed to produce the same increase in volt~ge during the time the current increases. Despite this a great increase in voltage and amperage can be aehieved \lith only a moderate number of turns if e.xtre.nely heavy gauge \"lire is used. The uire should be at least as heavy as that used in pO\'1er lines "that lead into one I shouse.

There is a critical size in the wire beyond \o,hich there is a rapid incr-ease

in voltage and am~erage obtained for a small increase in the diameter of the wire_ The reason for this will not be given here. It is sufficient to realize that very heavy gauge "lire is required. For maximum efficiency the w.i.r e should be exposed to the most intense magnetic field possible. This reans that all parts of the ,'!ire must be in intiJ'1ate contact ;"lith soft iron. This cannot; be done uith ordinary coils

C- since only a fraction of the wire surface is in direct contact Hi th iron \-ri th one layer of to1lre. Phen mor'e layers are wound on the iron core succeeding layers are further removed from the core and L~US are exposed to we~:er fields. ~is situation can be corrected ;.rith tI1e follmling design.

The heavy ,dre is wound one layer deep on a relatively smaf.L iron core in order to induce the maximum magnetization in the core. The gaps in the adjacent portions of the wire are filled in with iron dust or fine iron filings. ~ soft iron sheet is placed over this one layer coil. The same ",ire is then wound over this sheet in the same direction as the layer below it. After one layer is ~7ound on this iron sheet the gaps in adjacent portions of the wire are ~~en filled in with -iron pot-lder as Lefore. This new layer of coil is covered Hith an iron sheet as was done \·dtll the first layer. This process continues ,,,ith alternating coils and iron sheets. Hhen the desired number of layers and turns are achieved, all portions of the coil are in direct contact "lith iron.

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( 'l'he pu r poce of th:l.:~ article is for be t t e r- c Lar-Lf'Lca t Lon of c'ert-ain points introduced in last month1s arti~le on the building of the tlectric gcnerator,and also to correct an oversichtoExtI'R.ordinary difficultieu were encountered during the efforts of even getting it

r-e a dy for the pr-c s s .. For example pllo:'1Lally very c ornpe t an t typists seemed unable to tr8..116form the plainly written article to the stabe where the plates could be made w i.Lhou t many gross errors which rendered the text unintelligibleuTirne after time it had to be retyped,and even then we were unable to sift out all the errors,an~ important omissions as you have no doubt ob se r-ve d s Con sc quen t Ly Rev .. E~H.Pa'..merls news letter was nearly a month late~

To those well versed in ocult historyand principles and also the black e.rt5 such was to ·b~ e xpe c t e d j a s any major t h r-e a t to tb,e established order i;:!lxediately becomes a target of the mo s t subtle and potent ne gat Lve forces that can be mus t e re d i Fr-om the tilue the author elected to tackle th.::' pr-o b.Lem of free energy a drop in mel.' tal efficierlcy was no t Lcc d ,

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pa t ch v;ere dif~icult and time consuming ridiculous errors became C oram on place .. In view of this you must forgive the author an d also the t:n:d.sL for the shortcomings of last monthts article.This of course,isntt the only e xpe ro.encc of this nature the au t hoz-j and also Hr"Pal1r!.er has encoun-

t c r-e d , 'l'he e xp l.ana t Lon given for the current .sur-gs s observed w!::en a SOUl·C"" of e~_ectrici ty is first connected to a c cf.L woun d on an 5_ron core was

incomp~ste,and also incluG8da~ error.

ThE:: bj,g r-c acon is that during this infinite sin:.al in t cz-va .. L of t Lme tl!e magne~ic intensity and consequently the rate ~f cnaLg8 of magLstic flux induced in the iron became g:;::'eat enough to produce an EHF ill t he coil of suffhdellt magn l tu de to mor-e than ot f eet t!1t? Ln cu c t an c e i~'l tLe

that a11 iron core do e s not appr-e c Lab'Ly change the inc.!lJctanC€ of a c od L,

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~2sn ,IEctE-;;,st::i..zec. to a sma.LL :pel'centa;;e of it I s pctsntia}. (E..E li.e ora .. l!:E:-::',.,l' e~plGy3 only very sEall currents)om~n a Graph w~tb debre~ of magnet-

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The necescity of inducing a near Draximum degree of magnetization in the centrUl core becomes obvious~As a result, the s~me condition wil~ be prouuced in the series of coils surrounding the central core.(Contrary to

the phenomenon observed when different colIs are wound on the same core, the magnetization produced in the cores surrounding the central one tends to reinforce the magnetism in the core and vice versa instead of a cancelation taking place.)

Therefore,a capacitor placed in the output circuit would be a hinderance since the amount of current which ca.n flow through a given capacitor is limited by frequency and the voltage of the cUl'rent .. Thus we need a capacitor only for the input circuit .. When the wattage turns per inch reaches a value where the induced magnetism, increases greatly for a small inc~eaBe in curr~nt the induced D1F in the coil increases more rapidly than the impedance or resistance to current increases~

We thus have what is e qu Lva Len t to a chain r-ea c t Lon j an d we are no longer concerned with inductance~Under certain ccnditions it may be desireable to start with a very small,unit (small core and surrounding cores), and then u se the output of this generator for the input of a much larger

gen8rator,etc~etc~

Already it seems that some selfstyled experts have made the positive and unqualified statements that such a device "rill not 7lorkeUnfortunatly the \':orld is full- of intellects who have the temerity to pass final judgment on subjects whose deeper analysis requires an insig:'lt far beyond

their comprehension and intellegenceeThe authoor has encounterea opposition from such minds in the past,yet simple tests proved. almost a complete iYlability to understand the concepts involved in the issues contested We find many of these in the world of scienceoThe author must admit that

he has not been a paragon of t o.l Le r'an ce and .patience where such people are concerned and is not likely to be in the future,especially in view of the fact that they are no threat to the status quo and should be operating at their full eapacity~Conseq~ently he has not endeared himself to the

ac Leri tifie fraternitY.A better typo' of brain isclisplayed by those who have the intellegence to recognize their limitations and thus maintain

an open mind.The, author will be glad to answer questions,and give t2chl Ideal adYice to those who wish to build this ma.ch Ln e , and cha l Lenge s these "Authorities" to give sound reasons as to why it won t t w o rk ..

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or 240 cycles .... -ou Ld result in a very high output. It should be kept in oind that within certain limits an increase in voltaqc will also result in an increase in amperage. This is because the increase in magnetization of the iron will offset the impedance of the circuit as a result of an increase in frequency.

A transformer can be used to bring the output voltage to a desirable level and then the resulting current can be transformed back to a DC current. This will work . in nearly all electrical appliances.

A modification and even a~ inprovenent of L~is device can be obtained by the follov.lng addition, TIle input current can be introduced in a series of coils surrounding the coil just de sc r fbed , Each coil cons i s t.s of a heavy gauge \'/ire wound

on a s~all diameter iron core one layer deep. Each coil is wound in identically the same ~anner and all are connected in a series uhich surround the large central coil and are in direct contact with it. The high frequency AC introduced in this series of coils creates a raDidly changing and magnetic fiela around it due to the magnetization of the iron cores. This in turn induces a high initial m~ in the central coil. This E1P can he ~uch higher th~, that produced directly by a battery. This

v lil1 result in a much hic;her output f rom the central coil.

It should also be kept in roinrl that the output of such a device \'li11 not be

( directly pro!_)ortional to its size or \.,..eight. The output Hill increase rapidly \"lith an increase in size. For example, a 40 lb. unit "Jill produce far more than twice

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as much as a 20 lb. unit. 1. un it about 14 or 15 inches long and about 12 inches in diameter using a 120 and 180 cycle AC input should generate more wattage than can be used by a large household. ~le most important factor to he considered in L~e building of an efficient generator is the use of the very heavy gauge ,~ire •

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The most reliable advancements in the fuelless power production arena have been made with the Hubbard Concept.

Recently, a solid-state system was tested and the yield was 150% efficiency. With design refinement and fine tuning this efficiency factor could easily increase to 350% and more.

Much experimentation and development

will yet be required before a production prototype can be produced. WASS will apply all its resources to this project for

I· the expedient realization of free uncontrolled energy.

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Hubbard ran wires North) South, East, and West, 1200 feet in each direction .from his'coil generator in the

c en t e r , These wires passed over 18 of the e ar-t.h s square poles in ea.ch direction and ended connected to a steel ttibe~ with some mercury in it~ ~n the center of the 19~ pole in each direction. The alternate polarity, from each pole crossed, perpendicular to the wire c r e e t.e d

a wave nattern £1"0:11 one end of the wire to the center coil-as'scmbly creatin~ a pulse of electrical energy •

. This £ixsd gcne~Btor transmitted a resonant energy to the generator in the boat.

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Can you picture these "no maint{;nance", "no costrl devices, Get up around ci ties ~ supplying p owe r to the present ci~cuits, with no radiation ~rom reactors, no smok o from stcD.m-pLmt g2nerators, and no dan~er from druns that brenk, and change the ecology around rivers. This is t he power- principle hidden by "au thor-Lt.y " since 1919 that has made the cost of electriCity what it is now, from expensive maintenancc-hun~ry sources.

We hope we can set up a separate research on this ~rinciple when we finish the rllntegratron ".

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In 1052) in G paper- c n t i t Lc d , "The n'orld of The Secret Fo r c c s II, a gr oup of Au s t.r i.rm scientists d isclosed tflC s c gmcn t.e d ener-gy pat tern of the sur rac c of t hc Earth. The ir research was carried on at the 48\[:0 !-,! 0 l~ t 11 L a tit u de.

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The s e gmc nt cd c hc ckc r bo ar-d pnt t cr-n of positive Gild ncgcitivc squ~rcs on the surface of the Eartl1, at the magnetic o qua t o r , was CD." 32 mc t cr-s on each side and becomcs zero at both magnetic pules. ~t the 4811io North La t i tude the s quar-c s were' 15.9 me t.e.r s , They also discovered thnt 1.118 Cheops pyrllmid, in EGypt, is about

30° North Latitude and the diagonal of the pyr-ami d magne t Lc fiGld wa s ca. 30 me t.cr s ,

It is amaz i.ng that they discovered each of the

s quar-e s had positive and negative poles in their centel's, and that these ]?olcs confol~m to "Ilubbards Ener-gy

Ge ne r-a t o r " in l'919~Cntol's Energy Generator in 1971, ~ and the Chinese "Co smi c F'Lcwe r " the source of all cn e r ev ,

The poles in these checkerboard squares are 2.45 meters di~~eter in the center pole' and the eight sur-r ound ing poles are 60 em. diameter at 'lSfl!° North Lati tude. 'i'e ar e c'onv i nc e d that Hubbard tapped the energy from these earth. surface poles in Seattle, Washington in 1919~

Alfred !,l. Hubbard, was front pabe news on December 17~ 1919, in the Seattle IIpost Intellig-enccr" rlG\'.'s])2.PGr. Hubbar-d was only 19 years old when he powe r e d an 18

foot boat around Portage Bay ITith a 35 horsepo~Gr ' electric motor ho oke d to his energy gencr at or- which was only 11 Lnc he s in d i ame t.or- an.d 14 'inches ·long. There were no batteriEos in the boat and the boat ran for hours beyond the life of batteries.

Hubbardls Generator was a central coil wound on a tube, with eic;l1t coils arourrd it, wound on iron cores. Here is real p owe r- without smog, or fumes and at no

cost to o p e r-a t e , This e xn La Ln s why the "autl1ori ties II stepped ill and s t o ppe d the experiments as in other case s through the years.

'A Finnish citizen, who wo r-k e d with Hubbard, gave

some additional u.3.ta to Art Aho and we have the oribinal tubes that were part of Ifubbard's equipment.

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Subject: Hubbard Concept Technical Update

P·ictured below is a full-scale coil assembly of the Hubbard Concept. This portion is believed to be perfected, the next portion is the modification of the AC motor which we should have the plans for within a week.

Should you desire a Coil Assembly as pictured below we can provide it to you for $1150.00 plus shipping, delivery time 4-6 wep:t,~.

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Attached is an article on the work of Stoneburg. The key element here is the Transformer.

This is the key component in all these types of dynamic power systems, and the Hubbard Coils represent an efficient and superior type of transformer, with eight simultaneous contacts

of the secondary coils with the single, central primary coil, as you already know.

The other systems, such as the Jamison Energizer, John Gulley's motor/generators,

and Dr. Kenyans systems all have transformer action within their internal windings. It is now our opinion that the transformer component acts as a Scalar Wave to Hertzian Wave transducer, accounting for the decided energy step-up factor in these systems.

InCidentally, do you see the close similarity between this Stoneburg system and the Jamison system? Both have four operating components, with the alternator used in place of the Jamison Energizer unit, but it still works the same way! The Hubbard System, as a 110 VAC system would not normally have the battery and would be a three unit system, although it could also be battery operated for vehicular applications.

It appears that the general specs are all wrapped up now, in view of this Stoneburg data. There is no doubt on the multiple component system, and it's just a matter of

making some careful calculations to match up the three components for a resonant frequency/ balanced system.

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CHAPTER 21

PRACTICAL "FREE ENERGY" DEVICES 'lHICli COm.D

REVOLUTIONIZE OUR WAY OF LIVING

A free energy device oan be defined 8.5 a maohine that extra-eta or puts

out JaOM! energy from its surroundings than it dra.n or 1s put into it to

obtain this energy. The world of aoademic scienoe has alwayw considered

this to be an impossibility sinoe it supposedly violates the lay of oon-

servation of energy. Despite continual and undeniable proof to the oon-

tra~. the vast majority of orthodox scientists still refuse to reoognize

such realities. In view of the type of minds poa s e s s ed by these men as has

been revealed throughout this treatise. it 'Would be completely out of oharac(

ter for them to behave in any other na nne r-,

Yany such discoveries have been made in this century. They have passed

every test designed to prove them fraudulent. In each instanoe, the invention

was suppressed a.nd lost to the world by the underhanded tactics of vested 10-

terests governed by unscrupulous degenerates whose only lnterestsare the ~o-

Quiring of money and power. Theirtluooess in preventing ~he 'Wide-spread use of these devices 11'8.5 facilitated by afflictions, all but a t~. of the inven-

tors seemed to haveln common. These included aoute oases of laryngitis and

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writers cramp, at least lilere the details of their inveIllions were oonoerned.

In the pages to follow, three devices of this nature will be desoribed

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and analyzed io detail. Two of them are sel1'-lSustaining electric generatOT~

and one i 8 a Jl8.gnetic motor or • d~v/~1!' that is powered only by perms.neot

-.gnets. One of these, • self-8usta.1nillg eleotrio generator 1. a de6ign of

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on ~ principle and • ~aot that baa been discussed repeatedly in th1& treatise.

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l't is that all known s pa ee is permeated with 80ft eleotrons which. in turn,

harbor enormous quantities of hard eleotrons. Essentially, .11 of suoh 1n-

Tentions consists of various lIEthods of exciting these sort electrons to

the extent of then coughing up the hard electrons they contain. Less energy

is reqUired to disintegrate .. 80ft electron than the energy that is released

intl'E flow'of hard eleotrons tblt resulh :from tre disintegra.tion. This is

not a violation of the energy oonservation 1a,.. sinoe the tota.l kinetic: energy

of the eta, rll invo 1ved rem ins oonstant.

The Self-Sustaining Eleotric

Generator

With one possible exception to be discussed later, perhaps the most prac-

tical a.nd useful free energy device is the self sustaining electric. g6ne~tor.Many

ha~ probably been developed by different individuals at different times. The

most famous and speotacular of th~5e was demonstrated publicly at Seattle~

Washington in 1919 by the iovent or named Hubbard. Hi!! invention .as featured

in Seattle n~papers at the time. One of Hubbard's generators Was supposedly ~ 14 inches long and 10 inohes in diameter and powered a4D-horsepower eleotric .1DOtor whioh pushed a. boat continuously for several hours around the bay. 'his

demonstration "15 witnessed by thousands. An aseooiB. te of the a.uthor was one of

those who claimed to bl. ve seen it. Be stated the. t the moe;t interesting part

of the speotacle 1r9.S the tendency for the boat to levitate. The reason isn't diffioult to discern. The generation of the electrioity created a uoh a high

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negative charge 1n the vicinity tblt the boat 'W8.S impregrated with an inordinate

quantity of 150ft eleotrons. Hubbard aoon af'teMrerds abandoned hill experilll!lnta

and beclUDe a i1e~ in regard to the invention. It i. not d11'f"iou);t to sund ••

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During the time of hiE demonstrations, Hubbard made a sketch o£ one of

his ama.ller generators used for ordibary eleotrioal appliances. It was appr-ex-

imetely six inches long and about 5 inches in d1Lmeter. It oonsisted"of eight

ooils in aeries wound on iron oorea which, in turn, eurrounded a slightly larger

oentral ooi1. The oentl"8.l 0011 wa.s 'WOund on a hollcw tube which oontained ma.ny

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It is highly dgnifioa:o.t thl. t both wires used in the generator appeared

to be of heavy gauge wire like those used in telephone or power lines with tm

same kind of insulation.

Eaoh core had only one layer of tit is wire. This means

tm t only a moderate number of tUrns wete us ed in the entire generator or a. tot-

. a1 of about 250-300 tUrns on the outer coi ls and about 35 turns on -the oentral

coil.

It is known that the gererator produced

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disclosed frequency and md no moving parts. T~.e"" basic principle 00 w]:~c".p )

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the generator operated is apparent. A small 1n1t1a.~;,A' 1mS introduoed in either

tb> central or outer ooils. The ,fluotuating aagnetic £ield surrounding the

prilDB.ry ooil or coils resulting from the primary ourrent introduced Ul EMF in "'the seoondary ooil or oo11s. There is another important faotor to «Insider

-.hen a fluotuating ourrent passes through It coil wound on an iron oore.

A exm.ll ourrent passed through suoh a 0011 Yith .. moderate Dumber of turns P~T unit length will magnetize this core to It 8urpri,lng degree. This prinoiple is utilized to great advant .. ge in eleotroma.gnete. What apparently hasn't been realized is that during the brief interT&l in yhlch the ourrent builds up .. f'ter it is tumed on, an induoed EKF 18 produoed in the 0011 by" the oha.nging a&gnetic flux .. hioh 11' in the .&me direotion a.s the ourrent. ThI.

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induced EMF is the result of the magnetic field prod:Joed by the Dagnetbatlon of tm iron core. If this induoed EMF were in the oppod te direction of the

ourrent. a sheable ourl"flnt oould neve r be produoed in the coil. '1'he EllF opposing the ourrent would automatically atop it before it oould inorease.

Figure 1"'1 shoWs .. r,raph of Dl.gneti&ation of the iron oore plotted

against ampere turns per unit length. The term -ampere turn"~ is the number of

turns of the coil per unit length times the number of amperes of ourrent flaw-

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The normal operation "of transformers involves ampere turns well bel~

The cause of th i 5 phen omen on ' shou I d be ana I vzec , It, Seems paradox l ca I

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zation of the iron core.~' Yet the observable magnetic field produced by the~ current without fhe n~agnetic core is miniscule. A similar magnetic field of a permanent magnet would be unable to induce a noticeable magnetization of the iron. This is something convent i oria l sciencFu, has found convenient to ignore. The _ solution to the dilemna becomes apparent in view of concepts already introduced. The normal flow of current in a _wire os accompanied by an extensive flow of soft electrons in the same direction. This flow also permeates the iron core. As this

_f1~w of soft electrons passes through the iron, many of them tend to disintegl-ate, which tends to create 6 hard electron florJ in the iron. This induces magnetization in the iron a . considerable d l s t ance f r on i"he coil. The :nag:1etic field produced by a permanent magnet does net produce a f low of soft e leefrons t o the pxterrt of that produced by an e l ectric current f lowlna in a conouctor'- ','!!V,l": ;-:1': a:npere turns exceed a critical value I the soft elect;on flow in the oron reaches an intensity that results in a sudden and inordinate degree of disintegration of soft e l e c t r-ons , The great increse in the harder electron flow in the iron creates a sudden increase in the maaneti7sti0n of the iron.

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in the coil which will result in a tremendous increase of current in the

coil. This principle is responsible for transformers which occasionally

burn out during current surges. The sudden increase in current is

sufficient in some cases to put the amp~re turn value over into this

critical range. Strangely, $uch effects have baffled electrical engineets.

The chain reaction results from an increase in the magnetization of the

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iron, wbich produces an increase in the current, which in turn produces

an additional large increase in magne.tization, and so on. This ends when

the iron reaches a maximum degree of magnetization.

~e above process occurs during the first half of the cycle. The

EMF is in the opposite direction of the current after it reaches its maximum

and the second part of the cycle begins. This EMF, which is of the same

magnitude as that which brought the current to its maximum during the first

part of the cycle, now acts as a brake and stops the current. The applied

alternating EMF then starts the current in the opposite direction and

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identically the same process described above occurs with this current in

the new direction.

this critical point. The additional EMF induced in the coils by the magneti-

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This is why transformers have flllCh a high ,degree of efficiency. If any material other than soft iron W~;!used for the cor e , the efficiency would

. drop significantly for this reason.

The author tested this prwDiple of ourrent or Tolta.ge inorease during a oycle. A pulsed DC ourrent from a battery source oould be passed through an eleotromagnet. The Toltage from the ba.ttery souree Bho~ld be considera.bly increased after passing through the coil. this is equivalent to .tepping up the

voltage of the battery when the portioD of the circuit coming from the

coil is used in conjunction with the opposite pole of the battery. The

author tested this theory by- placing about 2000 turns on a steel bolt

one-half inch in diameter and joining the ends of the wire to the opposite

poles of a six volt battery. A severe shock was felt when the circuit at

the negative pol~ of the battery was opened and closed. It requires

about 70 volts for an indiv~dual)other than a sensitive)to get any~hing resembling a shock from an electric current under normal conditions. This

meant that during the interval the·circuit was opened or closed, t:he

voltage increased from $ix volts to at least 70 volts and possibly well

beyond 100 volts!

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current operated by an electric mot~r to pulse the current from a 12 volt

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battery. This produced several hundred pulses per s~cond in the manner

of th~ d1stribu~r on a car. The voltage increase from the siogle coil

was sufficient to produce ~evere shocks if one touched the wire and the

minus pole of the battery_ Paradoxically, the voltage and amperage increase

vould not register on a voltmeter or ammeter. The:reason is clear. The

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current pulse was in the form of a square wave. The opening and closing

of the circuit was instantaneous. The current during these infinitesimal

intervals of time was increased tremendously in both voltage and amperage. However. the current produced consisted only of large bunches of electrons

of high voltage, separated by relatively great time intervals with no

current flow, except for residual electrons which would register only

a small current on the instruments. This means that the total amount of

current during any significant interval of time was small. As a conse-

quence, the instruments could not record these sudden increases. They

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a device. The experiments mentioned above only demonstrated the validity

of the principle. This means that a pulsed current in the form of a

. sine wave must be employed. Since the induced EMF in a coil is directly

proportional to the rate of change of magnetic flux, the higher the

t'requency of thill pulsed current, the better. A sine wave pattern m.eans ~t

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the ebanges will not be 80 abrupt as was the oa.ee with the .quare .... ve. There~ tore. the ra.te of ohange of nuX which the 0011 is .%posed to. will be muoh hu

for the .SlIIe nUlllber of turns than with a equare 'Wave.

It is highly 81gni.f1oant tlm.t only •• 11 gauge wire was employed in the .. bern experiment,. At the time it 111.11 the only kind of wire the author bAd at

Me dhposal. When tb. diameter or the wire exoeed. a oertain oritical 'Yalue,

t.h.r. 11 .. .udden and tre .. ndou!I 1n~reaee tiL the t'low ot b.e.rd eleotrons tor ..

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The direc~ion of elec~ron flow is indicated by arrows in the circui~.

A load may be connec~ed across the terminals. Some of the current can be used to recharge the battery after reducing its voltage.

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Voitage and amperage have been increased at this point.

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transforming DC into a high frequency pulsed DC yith a sine wave

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Pulsed DC is passed through a coil wound on a soft iron core •

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.... to oongrega:tEl around e. oonductor. This MS 'been proven by the Reich oloudbuste-r effect. Also, 80ft electrons Which permeate all ocoupied .pace permeate the oon-

duotor in high ooncentrations. The number 1s proportional to the oross section-

a1 area of the wire. When an -EMF is applied to the wire" a h&rd eleotron flow

begins along the outside of the wire. The eleotrioa.l resistanoe of the wire is

inversely proportional to its diameter. As the wire inereasee in size, the

current flow inoreases and a greater magnetization of the iron core h the re-

sult. This ~~ an inorease in EMF with a subsequent inereaBe in bard .leo~

tron Telooity and interaotions. The hard electron aetiTity in ~he Yire produoes

disintegration of 80 ft eleotrons in the wire a.nd also along the outer surfaoe.

The hard eleotrons rele~sed inoreases the eleotron flow or amperage. The ahort-

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age or Told of soft electrons in the region results in a flow of soft eleotrons

to the wire as in the eloudbuster effeet.

All of the above factor! contributing to an increase in voltage and am-

perage means that the current inor~ase with the diameter of the wire will not be linear _but will tend to increase 9~(J/17e117c.T17 beyond a certain point. Therefore, anyone -.rho tries to duplicate Hubbard'. generator ahould U8e as heavy a.

~auge wire a.8 possible. This 11 by tar the mo~ important thing to oonsider. The only mystery reIll8.ining is I Row did Hubbard obtain hi! prinary alternating

current? The means of generating it was built into the unit. This ~s a.ppar-

ent sinee the deviee could be oarried to any sf te and hooked up to any applia.noe such as the eleotrio motor. A photograph of the smaller unit shawed

a small box-like struoture below the point at whioh the applianoes ~uld be attaohed. This, undoubtedly,,-oontained the souroe of the pritta~ ourrent. It

' __ :-" lAl. mifor:i ht~ve een a small battery supplying a DC ourrent whioh was trarafor;:£d ~ .. » '~Pc" - DC..M"- ..q__

_ into. In any event. a 11 that is required is .. amall initial JJio' ourrent/!

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"- "whioh will be greatly a.mplif1ed as it paues thro_ ugh the coils. ::r.-li.L-~ ~

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stronger me.gnetio field can be ,produced along tho periphery of. the hollow

tube if it oontained a ~iad of individual soft iron rods than ~uld 00-

our if the ooil were ~und on a solid iron oore. It requires a large number

of' ampere turns to oompletely Jll8.gnetize a large oore. It 'Will be lII&.gnetized uniformly. In the case of individual rods. this is not neoessa.l"Y. The outer

layers oan be magnetized before the inner portions. It is logioal to aS8~

that the hollow tube was also of soft iron.

During Hubbard's demonstrations he olaimed that his invention took the

energy out of the air. Many years later, he oontradioted himself and olaimed at

that radium was the souroe_-1the ourrent produoed. This was an insult to the

intelli~enoe of the more disoerning members of the population. Be was .an ~m-

ployee of the Radium Company of Amerioa at the time of his later disolosures.

Evidentally. his later olaims had a tendenoy to disoourage experimentation

w1th gen&rators of the oonfiguration shown in his sketch.

Thomas Henry Moray of Salt Lake City developed a aelf"'susta1ning eleo"

trioal generator which could produoe a kilowatt of eleotrioity for every pound of weight. This -.s .. bout the sltme output as the Hubbard devioe. (84,85,86)

Apparently. he did not use the principle ofchangiog magnetio flux to generate

his ourrent. Nearly one million doll!. re were spent in developing the device. A

government agent aocidentally, or perhaps on purpose, destroyed his device one

day when he oame into Moray's shop to examine it .. ~efore }(oray could stop him. \

he did things entirely oontra~ to the safety rules laid down by Moray for its

.afe op&rati on. Laok of fWlds prevented him f'rom ever rebuildi~ it. This -was

the story )loray told a f'oTm.er clu sme.te of the author. As with all t he other •• . it 8eems that the Clomplete seoret cr Voray's devioe died -.1th him.

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The Moray free energy devf ce was quite complex and operated through

ultrahigh frequency charging and discharging of condensers in resonanc~

with transformers. The key to the successful operation of the device

was the use of special tubes he called ionic, cold cathode tubes. Inter-

estingly, the wires carrying the high amperages never heated up. Ordi-

narily. wire of the size used in bis device would have burned up if

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conventional currents of the magnitude flowing in his generator had been

used. This means that induced currents consisting of conglomerates of

soft and hard electrons were developed by his invention. The soft electrons

flowing through the circuit gave up the hard electrons they contained

when they entered an appliance such as a lamp or a heater. I

The major

1 "drawbaoks to Moray's generator were its complexity and ite delioate balanoe

whioh made it susoeptible to damage if not handled properly. Because of this,

it was definitely inferior to Hubbard'e generator.

Moray had a remarkable intellect. He developed sound detection"

devices and radio receivers which were vastly superior to any in operation

today and completely static free. All parts of his devices remained cool

during their operation. He was also able to transmute elements. He had

no peers in the field of metallurgy. He produced metals with abnormal

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melting points. One of his alloys had a melting point of 12~OOO degrees

Farenheit! Unfortunately. it seems that none of his discoveries are being

utilized today.

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Wilhelm Reioh also developed .. free energy devioe. He ... s supposedly ahle to draw enough eleotrioity from conoentrations of orgone energy to operate a

26 Tolt eleotrio motor. In his book, The Cosmio Pulee of Life, on page S25, trevor James C~table .pe~ifiee some of the parameters iDTolTed in thi8 disoovery. (25) Even Reioh kept the details of his methods to himaelt and one

other assistant for reasons as yet undisclosed. The assistant disappeared.

and sadly a.s has always been the case. Reich's secret died wjth him. Reioh

utili%ed the concept that :r;one energy houses vast quantities of hard eleo-

trons. A high concentration of orgone could be maintained in an acc~ulator The orgona could then be made to disintegrate periodioally in a manner similar

to that of a lightning bolt. This was the source of the hard eleotrons. This

ability of orgona to release hard eleotrons must have led Reich to the erron-

eous conclusion that orgone is the source of all matter.

A design for a self sustaining electrio generator will now be presented

which could be the most efficient of any yet developed. At the same time its

simplicity is incredible. It involves the principle already described a.nd ex-

perimentglly pro~en with a'pulsed DC current passing through a coil wound on

an iron core. One layer of a very heavy ~auge wire is WOQ~d on a small and relI

atively long iron core. This layer is then covered with two thic~~esse5 of

sort iron sheets over ~ich the same wire is wu~~d again with one layer. The

two iron sheets surrounding the first winding have a layer of non-magnetic

material

sandwiched in between them. If only one iron sheet were employed,

cancellation of me.gnetic effect in the sheet of iron would occur. The windings

on one side of the sheet tend to magnetize the iron in a. direction opposite to

the direction of magnetiZAtion the winding on the opposite side of the sheet

~uld tend to produce. The utilization of two separate sheets ~th a given

separation tends to offset this effect.

The prooess oontinues until many layers of ooi1 interspersed with sand-

wiched sheets ofsoi't iron.

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The air, spaces between the various portions of

the ooil can be filled with iron filings or dust. As a result. every part of

the ~re 1s in intimate oontact ~th soft iron. Consequently~ the wire 1s

exposed to a more intense magnetio field as the iron 1s magneti%ed. The use

·of iron dust or filings ean be obviated with the use of a flat wire with an

elongated reotangular oross seotion.

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A pulsed DC ourrent in the form of a sine wave is then introduoed into

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the coilr A battery oan supply the current and a portion of the amplified

Most of the current built up in the coil must by-pass the battery and the pul-

. sing unit or damage to both can result.

The device can undoubtable become more efficient by utfli~in~ in ~3rt the Hubbard principle. The above coi r can be surrounded by smaller coils arranged in

series and each wound in an identical Wire with heavy gage w~e. The input

current is introduced in~ these coifs as with the Hubbcrd generator. The longer central coil remains the output coil but is no l onqe r both the input anoi ou t pu t co I l , The cdventcge of this modifIed version of the Hubbard device is that e higher initia!E EI:F end current can be ln duced in the larger coil. In a·J:Htio'l, th e rr.csnetizer;

iron cores of the input coils tends to induce additional magnetizatIon in the iron

of the central core and vice versa. Since the induced E.\\r is d i r e c t l y pr:J)odioi31::h'~ to the frequency It is obviously of advanta£e to employ as high a frequency as p0331b19. The+ is, within cer t e l n l Irn l t s , Iron will not properly r-e eo ond to frequencies above

500 cycles. This generator should be more efficient than the original Hubbard device because it has G superior output coil. It seems thet this has been verifed recently.

The author has been infol-:r,eo that someone in C"lif. has built such a generato!" based

on the design just described. The large coil was 8 lnch~s diem & 13 inches !cng. The i~put ~

coils were about 2-1/2 Inches diam. The freq. & emper~ge of t~ input current was not

revealed. In any event the output fer exceeded all expectations. It burne c out

the co i ! 1

Thk unit can be Jreatry' Impr ove d !,[pon by the use of ultra thin insulated cooper or aluminum foil instead of conventional wire. Such foil 1/2 t nch wide will have tt-e current :. carrying capacity of '!~ inc~ copper cable. ThIs means far more turns in far less space with less resistance.

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LETTER: JOf'. CATEP. to C.F., 10'.12

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Enclosed is the version of Chap. 21 the publisher ~s. Perhaps there are a few points I should rne n t l on that is not in tile chap6- t er ,

The aluminum foil, of course, would be too fragile to expose ~ to the outside. The initial turns should be a heavier copper foil which then can be attache~ to the thin alu~l nu-n foi I with ordinary t cpe , Before the 13 s t layer of turns in any series, copper' foi! should then be at t ache c to the alu,ninu~i1'~ th3 last !::lye, is of ::C)p:)~,.... Th l s wi!1 acefy

to b~th the input Gnd output coils. As a result the output coil ~ I I have two

copper fo" terminals sticking out which thEn con be attBched to conventional wires. The same appt ies to the ln8ut coils aI' connected in ~eries. The elu~inum foil that is sold in grocery stores would be ideal. It is only about .001". Insulating con pound wi II not

stick to it as is. Perhaps it wi II after rurming it thr ouqh an acid or e l ke l iole b at h ,

If this doesnt work then enclose the strip in thin insulating paper .nak l nq sure the

edges of the adjac ent strips don't touch. Even with the insulating paper you w l l l

get far more turns in the same space then you would g~t ~ith even light wire ~ith

far less resistance anj far greater current carrying capacity.

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The right number of cmpere tUrns are vitol. If the ~~ cores are too IGrge for the

ampere tUrns it wil I not work. Also reletlvp sizes of the cores for the input & output calls is important. In the Hubbard device the relative siz0s were such that 8 irrut coils

t puch ln q each other and also the cen t r e l coil just reached around the central coil.

This should give an ideo of the reratlve sizes. With ~y version the overa.11 diameter

of the ouput col I was much greater because of successive layers of sheet iron ~hrch

is easier to magnetize than a regular core. The one in Calif. was 8" dram. while

the inprilt co l Is wer-e on I,' eb ou+ 2_112t1 db m. The use of the thin foil wi II give it

a better chai ce of working. If everything is done right it wi!! work beautifully. Som2. have tried it with no success because they apparently ji~n't know whet they were doing. There could be any nunb er of r eas on s , The cores too l er ce err' thus requirin::; too much enerry to m3gn~tize$not enough fnput ~~perage, the wrong ratios of core sizes, too Iowa frequency, etc. The guy in Catlf \'/,'>5 ::>robably lucky since he usee! conventional ( wire. But it 5ee,·,'s he Fo l l cwe d tr-e l ns+r Ic t l ons cu t l I ne d in the cbeper' to a T, which

I do not believe the others did •••••••••• c. etc ••••

P.s. I would suggest about 30 layers of windings for each series assuming the

lnsu~ tion paper is ~out .002". Over each series I would place about 1/4" 12y~r sf nonmagnetic me t er l a l , Then about 1/S"-3116" layer of sheet iron l an l ne t e d , Let the

central core be ab ou t 1-1/2" consisting of thin walled plastic tube filled w l t h so f t 7'~'):i rods. If the output coil ends up 8t1 diam., it will contein about S serh s of windings. Assuming it is a foot long, each layer of windings will have about 20 windings. This

will rne::ln about GJO w;n~ings for each.ser~ s of about 3 mile of ribbon for the entire output co; I.

The input colis cOln h.Jve cores about 1-1/4 .. to 1_1/211 diem" with 30-40 layers of windings. With about a 10 amp l nput at about 50:) cycles the t h l no Should bepotent 'II i t h a b ou t :J do zen i n put C:J i Is.

The thickness of any series of windings shouldn't exceed eb out 1/8". The above

specs -,ay be much bigg2r thifl nee de dx -- 65 far as number of series os concerned.

As It built up you might periodf,:3!1y conre c+ the tenn;nals to 0] flashlight cell and open and c l osc the c l rd,j t. The type of flash you 9C t can give you . a good idea , e Is 0 the degree of inaqne t l z e t l on of the irm.

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THE AMPLIFYING TRANSFORMER

The natural magnetic resonance frequency: 2.B GHt.

Suggested resonance frequencies for the transformer: 19

5.340 Hz = 2.B GHz/2,8

10.681 Hz = 2,8 GHz/217

21.362 Hz = 2.8 GHz/2

The ideal mechanical length of coils: 5.75" '" 146 mm (or multiple hereof} Ratio of the center coil diameter to the length 1'/3 (in the test model)

which equals a diameter of the center coil of 146/3 '" 49 mm.

The ideal ratio of the diameter of the center coil to the 8 smaller coils

must be THE GOLDEN SECTION. i.e. the diameter of the small coils must be 30mm.

The following wire diameters have been tested: 0.25, 0.5 and 0.75 mm.

For multilayer coils:

Measurements of the test model:

Measurements:

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probably had 4 antennas running to North, East, South and West approximately 400 l Gt, '(

meters in each direction. It is not known if these antennas were intended for receiving or transmitting the energy, as the energy was said to be used in a boat to drive a 35 horsepower motor on the sea.

The original center coil, or part of it, is now in the possession of "The Cosmic Research Center" in Portland, where Joseph Carter, in newsletters given out by the group, describes the function of the transformer without having built and tested the device himself.

This illustration Fig. 18 is made on the basis of Joe Carter's. drawings, and is self-explanatory: the center coil is adjusted for resonance by means of the right-hand condenser, and the triggering input energy is fed into the circuit in series with the center coil and condenser. The 8 smaller coils are connected in series and adjusted for the same resonance frequency by means of the left-hand condenser.

The device has been rebuilt in Stockholm by an electronic engineer at the Institute of Ecological Technique. and he found that the device delivered an output energy of 3 watts when triggered with an input energy of 1 watt. Joseph Carter only mentions that the device has to be considered as a free energy converter.

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In Fig. 19 I show some data on the transformer built: The used frequency should be 5,340 Hz, but the double frequency will also work. The ideal mechanical length is 5 3/4" which cotresponds to the magnetic resonance. The ratio between the diameters will automatically be the Golden Section. The test coils were wounded with some 50 turns of 0.5 mm isolated copper wire in a single layer. As the phase shift is 90 degrees in a transformer, I would suggest to connect four transformers in series in order to get a 'self sustained system. In this way the AC/OC and DCI AC converters are not necessary. The energy can probably be

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The original center coil, or part of it, is now in the possession of "The Cosmic Research Center" in Portland, where Joseph Carter. in newsletters given out by the group, describes the function of the transformer without having built and tested the device himself.

This illustration Fig. 1 a is made on the basis of Joe Carter's drawings. and is self-explanatory: the center coil is adjusted for resonance by means of the right-hand condenser, and the triggering input energy is fed into the circuit in series with the center coil and condenser. The 8 smaller coifs are connected in series and adjusted for the same resonance frequency by means of the left-hand condenser.

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In Fig. 19 I show some data on the transformer built: The used frequency should be 5.340 Hz. but the double frequency wiil also work. The ideal mechanical length is 5 3/4" which corresponds to the magnetic resonance. The ratio between the diameters will automatically be :he Golden Section. The test coils were wounded with some 50 turns of 0.5 mm isolated copper wire in a single layer. As the phase shift is 90 :egrees in a transformer, r would sussest to connect four transformers in series in order to get a self sustained system. In this way the AC/DC and DC/AC converters are not necessary. The energy can probably be

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The S.R.O. ca1ls the r~tio J~t~ the prirn~ry and second~ry coil

me ter s s+the GOLDEtJ SECTIO;jl \o,il;c;~ is probably appro?iate in vi~~ o{ the results o~tcined fro~ such· ful electrical c011 gccmetrYj ~

we prefer to Colli th1S HJ2i3;'.R~1 CONSTART1 1~ honor of the A::-.:!r~c."'·. innov.tor. This specific ratio

st also result in the ~utu~l t~ ency between all tne coils, as

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We have al so found that 'd~e S.r.J. ratio of tile center coil d;i'~<:'~ to its 1 ength of 1/3 to ~)e a v. ratio.

Date: 060483

From: Byron Peck

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To: Appropriate Parties

Subject: Hubbard Concept, Technical Update

We now have a new clue to the operation of the Hubbard Generator based on scalar wave action in dynamic electrical systems.

At the Atlanta Energy Seminar (Feb. 5&6. 1983) there were video tanes of the Jamison Energizer System and a presentation was made by Tom Herrold who reo resented ¥r. Jamison at the seminar. Tom stated. that scalar waves enter the system at its normal speed ran~e of 3000 to 4000 rpm. Assuming that AC or Dulsed DC will activate the Hubbard Drimary it will then be in the range of 50 Hz to 67 Hz which has not yet been tried. Ve also now sus~ect that the oscillation must occur within a very narrow bano (probably around 53.4 Hz) - (a dirivation of the Swedish init Hz values of 5.34 KHz) and that auproximately

.5 Hz either side of this discrete value will not work. since the Hubbard is a non rotating power system, unlike the Jamison system.

There is a lot of supposition in this, but it is based on known operating systems,

and is an oscillation range (except fOr 60 Hz) not tried before. Another interesting point, in the newspaper article on the Hubbard unit, of 1920, it was stated, "the coils were lifeless until given an initial imnulse. This is done by connecting the ends of the windings for a fraction of a second to an ordinary house lighting circuit" (assumed to

be 110-120 volts AC, 60 cycles).

Data previously disbursed on the Mallory vibrator & circuitry is helpful, but the exact oscillator frequency of the input is now believed to be the paramount factor to successful operation of the Hubbard Generator.

Information just received from Dr.F.ichard L. Clark of San Diep.o, advises that there is a magnetic frequency, wave len?th 5-3/4" (14.605 em) freo= 2,054,091,060 Pertz at the top end of the UEF band, that could be critical to "free-ener'!:y system development. The reference for this information is J. Gallimore I S wo rk , "Transverse Par anhvs Lcs ;"

His Cluote, "This is better than the Hubbard/Cater Generator." (R. Clark)

This data has not been verified or tested as of yet by WASS associated researchers.

One researcher feels that the driven motor (as shown in the PI newspaper article,

of 1920) was reworked with eight field coils which were directly connected to the eight Hubbard coils (secondaries), with a common ground connection from the base of the coils, Hubbard to motor coils. The point that bothers us about this arrangement is that there is no provision for excitation (pulsded DC input to the H. primary windings.

We have been evaluating this approach, and in a careful reexamination of the newspaper accounts and other articles and have found certain bits of data that point to the multicomponent probability. Item: "The electric motor had to be specifically reconstructed

for use in conjunction with the coils." Item: "The coils were lifeless until given an initial impulse. This was done by connecting its windings (?) for a fraction of a second to an ordinary house lighting circuit." This points out an importance in the AC motor.

If the Hubbard motor was a large AC motor with a small DC generator directly coupled to it, than, Q.E .. D, the motor's brief start-up would produce the input DC pulse for the Hubbard primary coils. The small DC unit might also have been an amplidyne (DC dynamo) which tend to amplify the output.

So then we have three operating Hubbard components as follows: I} Nine coil assembly,

2) matching AC motor, and 3) the small DC pulse generator or amplidyne unit, all mounted in-line as shown in the newspaper photo. (The small generator may have been covered by

an end cover over the AC motor.) It all seems to fit together now, and even if this is not the way Hubbard actually did it, it should work anyway. as described!

In addition to the clues on the multi-component HIG system, another strong clue came by way of'Tom Herold's tape/talk on the Jamison Energizer System. He stated that scalar waves enter the energizer unit at its normal speed range of between 3000 to 4000 rpm. The Jamison Energizer System shows that scalar waves are active in dynamic, rotating machin~s (electrical), and therefore that ties the Hubbards coils to its driven motor, as a onehalf dynamic system. In the case of the Hubbard System, the scalar waves enter the driven motor directly, and possibly also into the H/coils.

Another useful point in considering the Jamison operating speed at between 3000-4000 rpm, which indicates an input oscillation rate of between 50 Hz and 67 Hz to excite the H/primary. It is becoming obvious that the rediscovered Hubbard System is superior to the J.E.S., due to fewer rotating parts and no controller unit, with corresponding wear and replacement.

When the premise of scalar wave action within the Hubbard power system is generally accepted, than several factors begin to fall into place. Firstly, the need for a very tight oscillation rate may not be required, as previously thought, although this must be proven by the prototype work.

Although operating a large AC motor with pulsed/half-wave DC will result in a power factor loss of over 50%, the high rate of scalar wave conversion into Hertzian waves within the system will more than compensate for the above loss. The absence of any visible, separate input oscillator unit in the newspaper photos tends to support the credibility

of the above three-component arrangement.

Joseph Cater's statement that the small unit "showed a small, box-like structure

which undoubtably contained the source of the primary current, is not really supportable, hard evidence, in my View," bot. pg. 245, "Awesome Force."

Date: 8-10-83

Fro~: Byron Peck

To: Hubbard Concept Project Participants

Subject: Updated Technology

Recently an affiliate of ours developed a solin-state Hubbard Concept system with an impressive output considering its crude construction.

The inventor of this circuit has provided we with a set of circuit diagrams and explanatory notes for use by project participants. You will find these papers attached.

If you intend to pursue this circuit and wish to obtain the Tripp Lite inverter, We can provide it to you for $180.00 postpaid. Order from Rainier Group, 23~8 2nd Ave ¥.l2, Seattle, WA 98l21.

In the near future we hope to have the coil assembly commensurate with the specs contained herein available for purchase also. We have p".odified a wood lathe to serve as a coil winder for this purpose.

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WASS SYNERGETIC

CONVERTER· TRANSFORMER

aka Hubbard Concept

- '55 IJE =tfd-.?:> "Gee 'I(S

by Byron Peck & Jerry Redfern

It all started back in 1919, here in Seattle when young Al fred Hubbard publicly demonstrated his coil system which was used to power a boat in Portage Bay and was documented by the Seattle Post Intelligencer.

The Hubbard Coil never went past the prototype stage mainly because big business

who wanted to buy it would not give him a fair share of the company that was to com~ercially produce it. When Hubbard realized that he would never get a fair deal, he simply halted

the project.

We began research and development into Hubbard's concepts in 1981. The most advance~ents have been made over the past six months with several working models no\~ in operation

across the country. Even though these models produce less than one kilowatt, they do demonstrate the concept and prove it is REAL.

Here is Jerry's explanation of our device:

The Hubbard Coil energy unit, or amplifying transformer, is a device which can convert the synergetic potential of space into usable power. It is now recognized by many of the more advanced scientists today that what is commonly referred to as empty space is really not empty at all.

In an article in a Nay. 1980 issue of Nature magazine, entitled Measurement of Static Electromagnetic Angular Momentum in Vacuo, an experiment is described which demonstrates that space itself has angular momentum, which proves that it has some kind of energy structure.

The only fruitful results being obtained in the search for a workable unified field theory are those by scientists who use the concept of a primordial formative field from which all other fields, forces, and matter itself arise.

It has been proven by researchers at the Argonne National Laboratories that sub-atomic particles are "self organizing geometric geometric structures comparable to a plasma vortes". This overturns the wave-particle duality of quantum mechanics in favor of a simpler wave-unity concept. Under this theory, the entire universe, including empty space consists of waves, and nothing but waves. These waves are of a very low amplitude, making them very hard to detect.

We are probably dealing with a full s~ectrum of frequencies, with the main frequency being fantastically high. ~'Ihen a full spectrum of frequencies are present, the longer waves will superimpose through the shorter ones, amplifying at certain frequencies and cancelling at others, resulting in window frequncies separated by octave intervals.

Although the amplitude of these waves is very low, the frequency is very high, on the average. It is known that, for a given amplitude, the higher the frequency of a wave, the more energy it contains. Therefore, the energy content of space must be immeasurably huge. It has been estimated that the energy contained in one square inch could solve mankinds energy problems until the sun burns out.

11ost'people who believe in some sort of Ether theory use a hydrodynamic anology.;They treat the ether as if it were some sort of fluid. The new theory of space structure supports this view in a fashion. Frequency in a volume of space is analagous to density, because higher frequencies can exert pressure against lower ones, similar to a density differential. This neatly resolves the paradox of the Ether being considered as an incommpressable fluid which can nevertheless contain pressure differentials. Like a fluid, this space structure should be able to propagate streams and eddies. It most definately

is the medium for the propagation of both transverse, or electromagnetic waves, and

longitudinal, or gravitational waves.

With the use of a properly designed device which has a fast enough switching time, it is possible to take advantage of the fluctuations of this energy, and thereby obtain usable electrical or mechanical power.

One way of doing this is to use a square wave pattern in conjunction with batteries

and a specially designed transformer. Alternate pulses are fed from the battery into the transformer through a square wave inverter. The other pulses are used to create a potential difference across the terminals of the battery, but with no actual current Flow. If the switching time is fast enough, this system will capture and convert the fluctuations of this space energy, which is trying to maintain the equalibrium of the system. The higher frequencies spill down into the lower ones, which are then converted by the circuit.

This is the basic idea behind the WASS Synergetic Converter/Transformer, aka Hubbard Concept. A battery actually has a very large capacitance~ and it is known that a capacitor can interact with the gravitational field, as in the work of T.T. Brown.

It is interesting to note that these concepts can be witnessed in the work of Larry Jamison, Edwin Gray and Howard Johnson, to name a few. What we have now is a system that is more refined and simple than any other previously constructed.

Our next step will be to demonstrate our model only to those seriously interested in manufacturing and marketing and who are willing and able to underwrite development of large commercial models. We are prepared to work under contract for those wishing to

carry out such development or we will carry out development under contract or in partnership. We will consider any serious proposal concerning this matter which will benefit all

parties.

Our primary objective is to develop this concept and our model into a commercially applicable system which can be used to meet the natio~'s energy requirements.

Contact: Byron Peck or Jerry Redfern 7708 Greenwood Avenue North Seattle, Washington 98103

(206) 782-6645 or 782-4738

Hubbard Devic·e

One of the leading contenders for a free,

chine 1s the Hubbard transformer

energy ma b ilt i Clear-

~enerator which has been l~ S~lar units

v- I el Florida.by D.A. Ke y. 1

a_ b made in california and Washington _

have een . A it in sweden

but some problems remain. un

at the scandanavian Research OTganlzatton1t is said to be operating successfully and

is hoped some help for the U.S. devices ~y b forthcoming from the laboratory of pro •

e i . is that' the de-

B F-Jensen The expectat on r

i will increase power obtained three to

v cef ld Free energy buffs met early in ~:;t~e~ in Atlanta. Georgia, and CEC will have many developments to report in the next issue of Energy News Digest.

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Design for a self-sustaining elect .. .;_c itE't'erator.was given in an article a feW years ago. It was a modification of the famous Hubbard device, similar in outward appearance except for the central output coil which was drastically altered. Although many failed in spite of detailed instructions, one was successful and obtained sensational results:

The secret of Hubbard's.success has.always been something ofa mystery. A diagram shows 8 very ordinary coils wound on iron (?)

cores ~onnected in series surrounding anot~er ordinary coil wound on a tube filled with rods (probably iron)". Consequently, there were four terminals leading out of th~ device. There was only one layer of wire on each coil. The unit was entirely portable

and DO room for sophisticated input devices. The answer suddenly occurred to the writer when he was asked to explain the behavior

of the caduceus coil. 'nn, only kind of wire available in Hubbard's day was that with very thick insula~ion. As ~ result adjacent segments of the wire in. the coils were -sepaar> ated by a distance equal to twice the thick-

~ ness of the insulat'ion. this separation resulted in almost complete cancellation of magnetic effects of electrons moving along and in the wires. Since the inertia of a particle is dependent on its ability to generate a magentic field for a given increase in velocity. the inertia of the electrons in Habbard's coils nearly vanished. This means that a modest EMF. such .s that produced by a dry ~ell,-would accelerate the electrons to a high velocity.

As the electrons leave the COils, inertia returns which slows them down. As a result, there would be a tremendous ,backup and concentration of electrons in

the coils. Since the electrostatic repulsio_ns have not been affected, a high concent~ation of electrons will be ejected from the coils ,with great force resulting in high amperage and voltage. Hubbard, no doubt, used only a dry cell battery coupled to a small Gscillator which converted DC to a pulsed AC or DC. It is very doubtful if Hubbard himself knew why his device wOrked.

A caduceus coil works for the same reasons. Excep-t where the wire crosses on opposite sides of the core there is significant wire separation. These DOcE points result in periodic buildup and ejections of hard and Boft electrons from the coil. Hare significantly, a laser beam of soft electrons flow from the end of the coil. It "will have a longit~inal wave form with s'

t"combination of two frequencies, One reaulting from the A~ applied to it and one _ dependent on the physical characteristics _ of the coil. It was no doubt the viril rod used by the ancients including the Atlanteans.

- Joseph H Cater

Author "Awesome Force" .

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