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The heart of this free energy circuit, barring any additional branch circuits, are at least two very low- level capacitors of one pico Farad or less poised between the coils of one or two toroidally shaped, iron core coils of wire – a transformer. That's it. That's the basis for what follows.

But please recognize that there are three sets of important elements here:

1. Magnetic and Electrical Closed Loops – this gives the opportunity for phase conjugation in this circuit. Normally, phase conjugation is only achieved in Lasers and Masers. But here, we get to have it because the electricity has no where else to go but around and around until it dies out. One of the benefits of optical phase conjugation is that a wave of light will return to where ever it came from. That's the value of a retroreflective mirror exhibiting phase conjugation. But here, we need merely keep the circuit – the kernel or heart of this circuit – extremely simple and make sure the electromagnetic energy has no where else to go.

2. Two or more capacitors of very low capacitance – this causes wave discontinuity: the splitting of a wave into two daughter parts at the cost of their amplitude (wattage): a reflected wave bouncing off of a capacitor and a transmitted wave traveling across it due to its extremely low capacitance of less than, or equal, to 1pF. Each daughter wave is in the likeness of its parent except that one of each pair is traveling in reverse direction.

3. One or two toroidal, magnetizably cored (not air core), coils of wire – this accelerates the waves by raising their amplitude / wattage somewhat back to their former stature minus any losses due to imperfections in the geometry, or materials, of construction. This imparts phase conjugation by reviving each daughter wave to the former stature of its parent satisfying Step #1.

If it were not for a wave being forced to go through Steps #2 & #3 over and over again, we'd merely have a wave traveling a fixed distance around and around – the same distance over and over again due to Step #1. But Steps #2 & #3 make daughter waves whose parent wave still exists as a ghost memory implied by the continued existence of its daughter waves.

This perspective of the former parent wave – vicariously living through its daughters' circuitous travels – interprets those travels through its own perspective as if it were making those travels itself, but -instead- experiencing each trip through its daughters point of view at twice its own distance in the same unit of time – equivalent to each trip made by each daughter traveling just once around the circuit. This doubling of distance halves the time or doubles the speed of the parent wave – depending on how you want to phrase it. Time for the parent wave has effectively been doubled. The lifespan of the parent has effectively been doubled by giving it the ability to live vicariously through its daughter waves. Or to look at this another way, the parent wave will accomplish twice the work for half the energy. Either way, the parent wave has lengthened its lifespan and managed to increase its output derived from a fixed input of energy.

Phase conjugation need not be complicated nor need it be expensive. But it is required of this particular style of magnification of energy under the aegis of the very well known and highly respected theorem of Emmy Noether (from 1915-18) in which the Conservation of Energy does not apply to the rate of time – it applies to the duration of energy passing through a fixed time frame.

Watt-hours is a measure of expenditure of electrical energy over time. That's equivalent to invoking duration of time as a factor. But here we are dealing with the rate at which time effectively manifests due to phase conjugation. More energy is merely a side-effect of its increased longevity.

Here are two highly stylized, overly simplified examples of simulated circuits which I have succeeded in producing overunity when fed tiny amounts of energy. To get them to carry a load, I add branch circuits – via analog switching – to alternately allow for charge and discharge of each of the capacitors.

add branch circuits – via analog switching – to alternately allow for charge and discharge of

The AJNA chakra is very similar to my most recent design in which the two Sanskrit letters of HA and KSHA represent the manifestation and dissolution of personal karma by intention, alone

the two Sanskrit letters of HA and KSHA represent the manifestation and dissolution of personal karma
the two Sanskrit letters of HA and KSHA represent the manifestation and dissolution of personal karma