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Solid States Devices => solid state devices => Topic started by: AhuraMazda on January 22, 2007, 11:24:08 PM

Title: Hawkings? generator
Post by: AhuraMazda on January 22, 2007, 11:24:08 PM
Does any one have any information on Hawkings? generator?

There is a brief introduction at:    (section 22)

Any further info?

Title: Re: Hawkings? generator
Post by: ramset on March 14, 2016, 11:02:50 PM
Did you ever find any more info on this ?

here is another investigation under scrutiny

from here


Hawkings Generator
"In these experiments the apparatus was set up with two lead acid batteries as the power source for two automobile ignition coils. Each of these coils are energized through electronic ignition distributor pick up coils. The distributor pickup coils were triggered by a 555 timer chip’s oscillating pulse. The coils were arranged to alternate their on or off cycles making a push-pull arrangement.

The high voltage output of each ignition coil is fed to a 4" fluorescent light. Each fluorescent tube has a strong permanent magnet attached to its center – north pole on one side and south pole on the other side. The aetheric fire (cold electricity) came from the other end of the tube. In the video the two tubes were connected to a small spark gap and produced a 1/4 inch or so white spark. The 555 timer maxed out at about 3100 hertz in these experiments. In a later test with a better timer chip a sweet spot, a point of apparently optimum resonance, was found at 150,000 hertz. At this frequency a 6 to 8-inch white spark 4 inches in diameter was produced.

In greater detail, two standard 12-volt car batteries are shown in the video. Each battery powers one half of the circuit. A 555 timer, essentially an old model multi-vibrator, turns on and off a switch in each half of the circuit. The timer’s output is applied to both switches in such a manner as to force a pair of two ignition coils to alternately function in a push-pull mode.

Each switch connects and disconnects a magnetic pickup coil (from a car engine’s distributor) to a battery on cue from the timer’s signal. Each magnetic pickup powers the primary side of an ignition coil. The high voltage from each ignition coil’s secondary side is applied to one end of a small fluorescent tube which is about 4 inches long and an inch in diameter. At this point, the circuit begins to act weird.

Hawkings’ Generator -2- July 13, 2001

Two magnets are placed next to each tube so that the north pole of one magnet is opposite of the south pole of the other magnet, with the body of the tube mounted in between the two poles. The magnetic field between the two poles pushes the electrons in the tube off to one side. Now only cold electricity is extracted from the zero point energy field by the tube. The tube is now no longer capable of generating hot electricity. The other end of the tube is applied, through a wire, to a brass (or maybe copper?) rod. A brass ball is on the other end of the rod from the connection with the wire from the tube.

Each all-thread rod is horizontally mounted within a hole through a vertical supporting wooden block. A similar rod connected to the other tube is also horizontally mounted through a hole in another vertical supporting wooden block. The bases of these two vertical supporting blocks are attached to a horizontal wooden base. The distance between the two brass balls is adjusted by sliding the two rods through their respective holes in the two vertical wooden blocks. The rods are several inches above the base board.

The video shows a white spark between the two brass balls at about three-eighths of an inch apart with the spark one quarter inch in diameter. The spark shown has the shape of a football with its pointed ends cut off about four inches from each point. The frequency being generated by the adjustable timer at the time the amateurish video was taken was 3100 hertz, the 555 timer’s maximum frequency.

The reason the video is amateurish, according to Henry, is that the device was made operational, and then it was quickly decided to grab a video camera and make a tape which lasts less than five minutes. A more professional video would show a block diagram or schematic of the circuit on a board or poster, close-ups of some key components and an explanation of their function, and then the entire circuit in operation with a thorough explanation of functions, possible theories of operation, and test results.

Henry was told that when the switching frequency produced by a different timer is at an optimum of 150,000 hertz, the white spark is approximately six inches long and four inches in diameter. Apparently very little power is being drawn from the batteries. An equivalent-sized spark generated by an arc welder would require thousands of amperes and volts.

The circuit “sings” when in operation and is definitely audible on the videotape. It is actually a little loud, which could be a problem in some applications. When Ken first heard the weird singing noise, he recognized that the sound from his circuit is the same singing noise that Nikola Tesla has reported as singing coils and is apparently a sure sign of interaction with the zero point energy field.

One very big advantage of this circuit is that it requires only a few relatively inexpensive components.

any more info on this would be greatly appreciated


Title: Re: Hawkings? generator
Post by: ramset on March 15, 2016, 11:02:18 AM
Ernst at Energetic found some info in PDF

if anyone can find this movie or Vid it would be good [the one mentioned]

I'll follow the leads mentioned and report back to both forums.