Here are some of the files I have released in the Energetic Forum recently. In them I am dealing with a geometry that has been used in many types of machines for thousands of years ranging from Archimedes all the way to Da Vinci, Huygens, Bessler, Keely, Russel, Constantinesco and to all the late 19th century mechanical inventions and now to the whole free energy fraternity that seem to think these things have not been discovered before or even understood by previous generations. I am a wittiness to a unique renaissance in this type of research as seen by a multitude of patents, designs and inventions in torque conversions and unique mechanical advantage systems.These reveal the simple but hidden aspects of geometry, as I have seen by perusing hundreds of patents and engineering catalogues, still I find nothing historically new but a creatively variant and diverse application of a multitude of designs, utilizing a hidden pallet that engineers need to know about and define as a branch of dynamic geometry.

Nicola Tesla hinted at the electrical version of this higher geometric typology, most of his inventions had this at its center, where logarithmic curves are not approximated and linearized. The etheric geometric relationships of these phenomena has been elucidated by Eric Dollard in his many publications, videos and writing, showing a precise 4 quadrant nature to electrical phenomena, no Einstein or Maxwell misunderstandings and disinformation required here . What is the core of this version of science, engineering and understanding?, it is ancient geometry of course, or as some call “Sacred Geometry”, the same as ALL the crop circles around the world. The geometry of Archimedes, toroids, pendulums, spherical geometry, Huygens Evolutes and Caustics, Bruce Cathie, versins, haversins, Quantum Arithmetic(as per Ben Iverson, Not Quantum Physics) and Great Pyramid geometry could all be involved. The new branch would be viewed as 3d dynamics that cover those geometries of spherically rotating pendulum, single, double and triple stages with optional locations of pivoting axis, that could be called an upside down rotating spherical pendulum.

The machine designed by Sixto Ramos reveals this type of geometry very clearly, it relates to the Archimedean twin circle(fibonacci/golden) geometry, as you can see toroidal geometry is also involved. Looking at the forms created in its action you can see a part of the conchoid of de Sluze family of curves.

As you can see I have added an extra pointer in the geometry that relates to the great pyramid. This I will carry through to the Ucros device.

George Constantinesco must be included in this array as his devices are the most elegantly designed and understandable from all the types of these torque converters you will ever see.

To conclude these machines , I have a design that uses the hyperbolic curve as the geometric element in the design, accomplishing the similar results as the Sixto design.

Here is a geometric diagram that includes the Archimedean twin circles and the basic geometry of the Ramos machine I hope this will help in understanding some of the ideas shown here.

I would love to include the section relating to Veljko Milkovic as his inventions has gravitation as the other inlaid geometry. Some of these diagrams and graphics here are included in one of my chapters in my book “Talking with the Birds” Vol I & II. **note** Volume I of my book is now available at Amazon.com, please check here.

Tags: Archimedes, arts, Ben Iverson, bessler, Cathie, Constantinesco, Da Vinci, Dollard, geometry, harmonic, Keely, pyramid, Quantum Arithmetic, science, Sixto, Tesla, torque, Ucros, versin

October 21, 2012 at 6:58 pm |

Alright, everything described and their interpretation. But please do not go to make the mistake of claiming that Newton’s third law is not enforced..

http://es.scribd.com/doc/73319080/Nueva-Cuarta-Ley-de-La-Termodinamica

http://es.scribd.com/doc/73540618/Fourth-Law-of-Thermodynamics

PMM designs and fourth Law of Thermodynamics (most current):

http://es.calameo.com/books/001042771b5f782c01f3b

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