In the beginning, heat and light were free to mankind, and now they will be again. Unlimited free energy!
As we reported earlier, we felt that if plans for water-fueled automobile engines were allowed to be released, as our February issue proves that they have been, this would be an indication that free energy devices also would finally be allowed. We didn’t realize that it would come this quickly, but it is here now.
There is a cloud over this event, however. Dan Winter, a well-known theorist of zero point energy and related phenomena, feels it necessary to warn the world that this particular way of accessing the zero point energy could be dangerous to life on the earth. He is asking for more research, for the planet has never experimented with this basic energy on a large scale. There have been only small, isolated cases. He wants to know what will happen when this invention spans the globe.
We feel that this is prudent and wise, for the truth is that no one knows very much about this new energy.
But everything, and everyone’s ideas including Dan Winter’s are simply theory until we actually see what happens in nature. When we first discovered x-rays, we were sticking our body parts under the machines for long periods until we realized they could give us cancer.
But the MEG is no theory. This patent constitutes absolute proof that zero point energy is real. We don't have to ask if it works any more. We now have a working model to prove it. Only a few days ago, the United States patent office granted US Patent #6,362,718 to the four inventors: Stephen L. Patrick, Thomas E. Bearden, James C. Hayes, and Kenneth D. Moore.
The MEG (Motionless Electromagnetic Generator), with no moving parts, will give a steady flow of 2.5 Kilowatts forever without the input of any fuel whatsoever. The science under which the MEG operates is being called Longitudinal Scalar Electromagnetics.
What do we have to hope for? Assuming that it is healthy for life, which must be determined, the MEG will be a good beginning. Next year, in 2003, the MEG will go into production, meaning you will be able to actually buy one and take your home "off the grid" which is the very theme of this month’s Spirit of Ma’at.
The MEG also means that electrical cars will become a reality, because they will never ever run out of electricity.
After the initial shock on the market, it can also mean no more oil cartels plunging us into wars, running our governments and our lives. The US can finally, once and for all, be free of foreign oil. Is this not the direction our President has been asking for?
George W. Bush has a bill before Congress to help fund alternative fuels in automobiles. Though it was originally aimed at making it easy for people to install fuel cells, running cars with the MEG would qualify under the new bill, and would solve so many of our energy problems.
At the present level of this new technology, it's going to take about eight (2.5 kilowatts each) of these MEG devices connected in series to run your house. A more powerful model on the drawing boards will enable you to run your house with just two 10-kilowatt units.
March 26, 2002. Remember this day, for free energy is now becoming a reality on Earth. At least, it definitely appears that way. Even if this particular invention is condemned, it proves the theory that free energy is possible. All the old restrictions of physics are forever changed. Even if the MEG turns out not to be the best solution to our energy needs, we here at the Spirit of Ma’at feel that it will not be long before the human community, with the veil of ignorance lifted, finds a healthy pathway to energy freedom.
The upside: At rense.com you will find an article on this by Bill Morgan, who also has compiled a formidable set of Tom Bearden's writings on free energy and made it available at Bearden for Beginners.
Jean-Louis Naudin, the French scientist who successfully replicated the Motionless Electromagnetic Generator (MEG) in France, announced the granting of the patent to an email list. His message is printed below, with the gleeful encouragement of its author.
The downside: We have not been able to find Dan Winters's comments on the web. If you have information in this regard, please let us know.