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Author Topic: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .  (Read 243698 times)

Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #60 on: August 02, 2010, 03:20:19 PM »
@smoky

Dose copper becomes a magnet if magnet is applied to it .
yes, it in fact does.
but in comparison to a heavy metal, such as iron, this effect is very very small. So small, that we classify it as a "non magnetic" metal. ALL metals exhibit this effect, to varying degrees, including silicon, hydrogen, aluminum, and calcium.
They are considered "non-magnetic" because the effect is not significant enough to induce a secondary field in a magnetic metal.
For example: a copper "magnet", will not magnetize a piece of Iron.

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Ed did not use magnets to create electricity but to create other magnets .
How? i did not gather that from his books.
i have performed Ed's experiments, as he described them, step by step. He in fact uses electricity to create magnets.
He walks you through the process of magnetizing a piece of metal, using another magnet. But as i understood it, this was for example of what he was describing, not as a method of magnet creation. And he also explains why, doing it this way, the magnet is weaker than when you use the battery to create a magnet.
" more tiny magnets go into the iron from the electricity"

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I am waiting on fresh battery to make a video example ...

Mark   

Battery?  why not use magnets as you stated above??

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #61 on: August 02, 2010, 03:32:07 PM »
yes, it in fact does.

i have performed Ed's experiments, as he described them, step by step. He in fact uses electricity to create magnets.

Hello Sm0ky2

Did you simply do the experiments he described or did you try and duplicate any effects from his wheel or generator - whatever it is?  And did you see anything anomalous?  I can't get my head around the differences he sees between the strengths in a north and a south.  Nor do I understand how he can isolate the two poles when they always seem to manifest together.  Unless I'm just not understanding him that well. 

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #62 on: August 02, 2010, 03:53:55 PM »
Hello Sm0ky2

Did you simply do the experiments he described or did you try and duplicate any effects from his wheel or generator - whatever it is?  And did you see anything anomalous?  I can't get my head around the differences he sees between the strengths in a north and a south.  Nor do I understand how he can isolate the two poles when they always seem to manifest together.  Unless I'm just not understanding him that well. 

Regards,
Rosemary

The "true" functionality of his generator is only described from second-hand sources, which most deem to be unreliable at best. Nearly everything that is known about that particular device is merely speculation, and the subject of much controversy.

His knowledge of the individual North/South magnets is not verified by his experiments, only used in his description of the mangetic current. Which cooincides with the knowledge of many ancient cultures around the world. Seperating the two, i believe, is not a physical possibility, for one needs the other upon which to move.

the best way can describe this movement, is to take 2 pieces of stiff wire, and make two spiral coils, in parallel.  then turn one in one direction, and turn the other in the opposite direction.
This is not "exactly" the same, but it is about as close as i can get you, on a large scale. In actuality, they travel in chains, around one another, like the moon orbits the earth. if that makes any sense...
pushing and pulling upon one another, in constant motion.
This is anagolous in nature, as ED does not describe a method of singling out such a "monopole".

The difference between the N and S poles, is easily observed in Repulsion. The difference in attraction (which is equal and opposite) is more difficult to observe, although it can be done.
The difficulty arrises in the fact that both north and south are simultaneously attracting one another.

Repulsion:
place 4 magnets of equal strength in a repulsionary state
such that they are vertically lifting their pair.
Then place mass upon the upper magnets, in increasing ammounts.
and measure the difference in height between the "north pair" and the "south pair".

Some of Ed's experiments, we took much further than he describes, in a laboratory setting, which has led to intriguing advancements in magnetic science. one of the most important of these, is the formation of an aetheric-distortion through the air. ED describes this as " electricity without wires", but i do not feel that description gives justice to the observed phenomena.







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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #63 on: August 02, 2010, 05:53:01 PM »
My thoughts on this. You cant have magnetism without a flow or movement. The term tiny magnets makes me cringe. I look at the whole of the magnet as 2 opposing moving fields in close proximity in a solid medium,iron etc, that cant escape each other because each field feeds the others motion which in turn attracts each other. The speed or rpms is possibly faster than the speed of light.  If you take a cue ball and use high center english,the cue balls rotation is ccw. The first ball it hits makes that ball cw. If you line up multiple balls the rotation alternates on each ball. Dc electric would be the cue stick. A guess on my part is the helical current flow and its magnetic field is forcing and inducing its magnetic field into the solid medium filling it up to the point of feedback creating 2 opposing fields. The amount of force or current is key to strength. Its already known if a metal goes beyond its magnetic saturation capabilities using extreme currents it will explode.
 I think its entirely possible that these 2 opposing directional fields are rotating faster than the speed of light which would make them in free space. Scientists say the magnetic field lines are photons but faster than light photons have been observed.  If you spun a ball in free space when does the spin stop. I dont think it will without an external force acting on it.
 Of course I may be totally wrong but that why Im here to learn.
 


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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #64 on: August 02, 2010, 07:19:00 PM »
@smoky

The camera unfortunately does not run on magnetic current  ::)

You see there is a special word for copper magnetism its called diamagnetism . ..

I also made all of Ed experiment most of the more them 2 time , he does show how to understand magnetic current but dose not show how he used it ...

Anyway i got to go to work , will make video tonight ...

Mark

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #65 on: August 03, 2010, 02:22:43 AM »
@all

I got back from work , i will get to it after eating .

After this video i will talk about the 22.5 degree angle , here is a picture of the grand Masonic lodge look at the furniture .

I made a google search for 22.5 degree coil there is plenty to look at here is the first i got .

http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/Xplore/login.jsp?url=http%3A%2F%2Fieeexplore.ieee.org%2Fiel5%2F4636107%2F4649055%2F04650157.pdf%3Farnumber%3D4650157&authDecision=-203

 I wonder why they called it eddy current ?

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #66 on: August 03, 2010, 04:11:16 AM »
That coil being described in the IEEE.explore link is used for mind control......


"eddy currents"  comes from the word Eddies
Which are caused while rowing a boat, and stroking your paddle turned sideways.
the little swirlies formed in the water, are similar to the first observations of "eddy currents". Thats why they are named as such.
has nothing to do with Ed, in fact they were named long before Ed wrote his books, and/or became 'famous'
I believe it was Faraday that coined the term, although i may be mistaken on that...

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #67 on: August 03, 2010, 06:03:15 AM »
again i draw these in a very simplified version, to only show the path of a single "electron" orbit. they will all follow similar paths, to create the final induced field. in light metals, the nucleus is magnetically imbalalnced. the induced field is the combined result of the imbalanced nuclii field + the inducing field. this causes a multi-vector path, hence the difference in the strength (and vector) of the induced field. generally these atomic structures have an uneven number of protons/neutrons. though there are exceptions to this, such as lead and mercury: whose 4th "electron shell" exhibits a "shielding" effect, that masks the true field of the nuclii. "diamagnetism" is the same effect as the "magnetism" in heavy metals, just in a different orientation and vector. a distinction which is mistakenly attributed to a different cause/effect by modern science.

Here i draw an example of the magnetic induction in copper and bismuth. As i mentioned before, each atomic structure creates a different induction. some fields are more coherent than others, but they are all essentially caused by the same effect.

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #68 on: August 03, 2010, 06:04:22 AM »
@smokey

Mind control you say !  :o is there such a thing  >:( well well ...

You are a great asset keep the good work ! A real googler !

Léon Foucault 1851 discovered it i guess you can only get the full story if you read french ... http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Courants_de_Foucault click on english for fun ...

@all


Anyway 22.5 is the magic number .

I waiting for the video to show up on my channel , it will illustrate what i meant when i said creating magnets and that the polarity is stronger then the iron pull ...

I also found this new electric paper , i can't wait to see what they will make it do , but so far current in it seems to show a 22.5 pitch ... bummer the animated gif is to big .

Back soon ...
 

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #69 on: August 03, 2010, 06:25:59 AM »
Transcranial magnetic stimulation was on a show on the discovery channell a couple weeks ago. the subjects were "forced" to make decisions they did not make on their own.
even when instructed to make a different choice.

there have been conspiracy theories about such technologies for decades, but it is just recently being experimented with out in the open. They have just barely begun to scratch the surface, but already know how to control many of the brains functions with frequency-specific EMF radiation. Its pretty crazy stuff...
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guess i should have googled the eddy current thing, nice find
i cant read french though...

that electric paper, is that the stuff they're using in those digital-paper-books?
-single sheet of paper that can hold hundreds of books..
you click on it like a touch-screen to turn the page. i saw one a few months back at a tech-show. they're pretty neat.
i imagine people carrying them around instead of big bulky books..
or kids in schools, with a single sheet of paper that holds all their texts. but we're probably still a long time away from that..
 

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #70 on: August 03, 2010, 11:37:51 PM »
ok, this "144" thing has me interested now. If there is a code hidden in this writing, i'll find it.. but im going to need some help.
ive cracked algorithms that im not really allowed to talk about, but lets just say that im pretty good at this sort of thing..

What i need is::   a copy of 'Magnetic Current' in its original format.
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This writing is lined up so when you read it you look East, ...

If it is "lined up", i need a copy of the book, that has not been altered by computer formatting, PDF conversion, ect..

I have two copies here, one i hijacked several years ago from coralcastle.com' archives.
and one i just downloaded today from Keeley.net
both are the same. So i have to assume that Keeley's original source came from there.

Is there a place to get an older copy? to compare for formatting, word placement, ect??  The original message may have been destroyed, if the formatting has changed.


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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #71 on: August 04, 2010, 12:13:01 AM »
i may be on to something here. i need a better copy of this.

tell me if this means anything to you

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....   when the order is the same the north pole (is up?)
  Test a much longer magnet so that its south pole is to the east..

this is hidden in the few pages.
if this is the messege we're supposed to follow, it cant be more than 3-4 paragraphs long, throughout the book.
im not picking up on it until the end of page 2, whatever comes before this is all out of format in my copy to the point i cant "see" it...

i really need the original book...



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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #72 on: August 04, 2010, 12:32:47 AM »
@smoky

I started this tread with that intention of finding a original copy of his book , and its required to really go on .

But ed left other clues , there is the Ring twice , blow horn , etc ...

Anyway Ytube is bugging me i will reload the video ...

Mark

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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #73 on: August 04, 2010, 12:52:33 AM »
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the wire will not be in the air until the south pole points west

is he telling how "antigravity" works???

please tell me you have an original copy of this book....


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Re: Help with Ed Leedskalnin Riddle , any idea .
« Reply #74 on: August 04, 2010, 01:10:20 AM »
I don't have it ...

I only wish i did , there are over 23 000 members here i bet we could find one easy ...

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