One of the first questions people ask after seeing the wireless transfer of electricity is " what effect does this have on your body?". After playing with the exciter tower for a while I did noticed some interesting side effects
Working with the exciter tower can be a lot of fun, and the main goal is to find the extent of the field surrounding the tower. The standard tool for this kind of work is the traditional avramenko plug which consists of two opposite facing
This SEC exciter can run on very little power. Here i show how using only a AAA 1.5v battery i am able to light a 10W CFL bulb and a 4 watt flouro tube wirelessly. I have seen other people run the spacial energy coherence device
This is a demo of the transfer of energy down a single wire and producing light as a result. This experiment was performed before I had fine tuned the spatial energy coherence device and is only producing a small amount of light.
This is a demo of wireless transfer of electricity without the use of a battery. In place of the battery I am using a handheld dynamo torch which charges up a small capacitor through a hand wound mechanism
Spatial energy cohesion is derived from the work of Dr. Ronald stiffer. He has discovered through electronic circuitry that it is possible to energise the local vacuum surrounding a copper coil within an electronic circuit to produce usable energy.