UFO How-To Volume VIII:
Permanent Magnet Power Systems
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Whether one chooses to use the words
over unity, or
the end goal is the same:
power system that can meet required energy needs.
In these pages are found those power systems.
Now with over 100 pages of
Excerpts from 10 of the 55
entries taken at random from Volume VIII of the UFO How-To series, Permanent
Magnet / Self-Powered Systems,
and in no particular order:
The invention described herein is an apparatus for the production of
electricity without consuming any fuel or energy, with one continuous motion.
Up to the present time there have been perpetual motion devices which use the
known principles described below. These known devices do not produce any excess
energy. Any of the devices described here will produce an excess of energy,
while at the same time work perpetually without an external source of energy,
but yet are very simple to construct.
"This invention relates to electric rotating machines and more particularly to
electric motors having a self-starting capability."
"A magnetically driven generator/motor for producing singly or simultaneously
mechanical and electrical energy outputs, having a housing including circular
frame members with electromagnet drivers about corresponding driven magnets
attached to at least one rotating stage fixed to a drive shaft and also carrying
field coils, at least one counter rotating stage, bearing mounted to the drive
shaft with peripheral driven magnets and armatures which produce electricity
when rotated past the field coils."
"The invention relates to a permanent magnet perpetual motion machine in
which one permanent magnet arrangement sets up a steady field in an annular
air-cap which interacts with the" field of another arrangement which comprises
of a set of permanent magnets in a particular layout, or a particularly shaped
coil connected to a D.C. source, located in the annular air-cap, to cause
perpetual rotation of either of the two arrangements, the other being
"A permanent magnet motor in one embodiment utilizes a spring-biased
reciprocating magnetizable member positioned between two permanent magnets.
Magnetic shields in the form of rotatable shutters are located between each
permanent magnet and the reciprocating member to alternately shield and expose
the member to the magnetic field thereby producing reciprocating motion. A
second embodiment utilizes a pair of reciprocating spring-biased permanent
magnets with adjacent like magnetic poles separated by a magnetic shield which
alternately exposes and shields the like poles from the repelling forces of
their magnetic fields."
"A permanent magnet motor which generates mechanical output power by the
repulsion forces between a movable permanent magnet and a fixed permanent
magnet. A movable magnetic shield is interposed between the magnets when they
are adjacent one another and then the shield is moved to expose the fixed magnet
as the movable magnet passes by. A second fixed magnet can be added to increase
the output power by attracting the movable magnet as it approaches. The movable
magnetic shield is interposed between the movable magnet and the second fixed
magnet when they are adjacent one another."
"[This invention is] to provide a highly efficient permanent magnet motor
which can reduce armature reaction flux, improve magnetic flux distribution in
an outer core, and thereby reduce noise and vibration. "
"A power plant comprising axle fitted with a turning force takeout part and,
coaxially arranged thereon, generator capable of outputting a power and rotor
driven and rotated by an electromagnetic force imparting means, said
electromagnetic force imparting means capable of producing an electromagnetic
force with the use of an input power, wherein, with respect to the axle, a
dimension of position of imparting of a rotary driving force to the rotor in the
electromagnetic force imparting means is larger than a dimension of position of
output power production in the generator to thereby enable takeout, from the
turning force takeout part of the axle, of a rotational energy greater than an
energy equivalent to an input power applied to the electromagnetic forced
imparting means. Further, an output power greater than the input power can be
taken out with the use of the power plant. The takeout of an output energy
greater than the input power is advantageous from the viewpoint of meeting the
demand for resource saving and energy saving."
"A multi-phase unipolar motor is configured such that each stator pole is
formed with bifilar wound primary and inductively associated secondary windings
corresponding with one phase. The primary winding at one stator pole
corresponding with one phase is coupled with a secondary winding at another
stator pole corresponding with another phase to provide a commutational-step
defined winding pair. The resultant winding pair assemblage is energized in
correspondence with a commutational sequence such that collapsing field energy
may be transferred from a primary winding at the termination of one step in the
commutational sequence to the secondary winding associated with it in a next
succeeding commutational step."
The ability of the magnet has only been harnessed by science incompletely.
It is capable of generating far more power than the establishment lets on.
The technologies contained in this book reveal the full potential of the magnet
for power generation. Herein you learn
that self-sustaining systems are
real. Herein you learn that the Second Law of Thermodynamics has been
misapplied to these energies. Power generation doesn't transfer
electricity -- it pumps electricity. You understand the secret hidden away
all these years. You understand that you have nothing to lose and
everything to gain by learning this knowledge. Own this book and become
the master of electricity.
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