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| File Name : CADUFAZE.ASC | Online Date : 05/22/94 |



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CADUFAZE.ASC





MAY 11, 1994





JOEL MCCLAIN





In looking at the presumed design of the Sweet VTA, (presumed as a result



of the lack of detailed information available) I have coined the term



"alternate depletion" to describe its method of attaining ZP energy.





We know from conventional transformer theory that a transformer will



reverse the phase of the primary signal in the secondary winding. This is



caused by the inverse relationship of EMF and CEMF in the core of the



transformer. Typically, the core is made of iron laminates, or some other



ferrous material. The Sweet VTA uses this principle in a manner which uses



the phase reversal to cause a cascase of energies.





The dual caduceus coils are seen as next to each other, which permits



inductive coupling, and within the field of opposing magnetic fields, which



creates a stress within the cores of the caduceus coils. At the crossover



points of each coil, the flux collapse is "assisted" by the stress field of



the core. The stress field, similar to a conventional electric generator,



oscillates the lattice structure of the copper wire, causing movement of



electrons.





Energy "stored" in the stress field is added to the energy of the original



flux collapse, because it is "pushed" in by the opposing energy of the



other caduceus coil. That is the effect of reversed phasing, as mentioned



earlier. While one crossover field is collapsing, the corresponding coil



is expanding, which adds more stress field energy than that which was



originally "displaced".





This continues to occur at each crossover point. The displacement caused



by the "push" results in am imbalance in the stress field. As the process



reverses, and the alternate coil's field collapses, it is aided by the



"push" from the expanding field of the first coil. The current induced in



the second coil is greater than the current in the first coil, because the



"push" of the first coil is composed of its original energy, plus the



"push" of the first coil.





This continues to increase the energy at each crossover point, yielding far



greater energy at the output of the coils than that which was used to begin



the process. The energy is amplified through each winding in a cascade



effect.





Core saturation, normally undesirable in a power transformer, is required



in the Sweet VTA design. The power attained will depend upon the strength



of the cores. Power will increase until the core is saturated, and no



longer able to expand energy into the magnetic field.





Why does the field collapse at each winding? This is at the heart of every



caduceus coil. When wires are laid over each other, a capacitance is



formed, and the capacitance cancels the inductance of the windings before



the crossover point. This causes field collapse into the core, and then



into the next winding.



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A Tesla coil uses the same principle, in that a frequency is applied which



is resonant at the value of LC, causing the series impedance to consist of



wire resistance only.





From this, we can see that the current which is used to excite a caduceus



coil must also be resonant relative to the length of the windings and the



amount of crossover capacitance. To determine the appropriate frequency,



the volume of the core as well as a resonating chamber must also be taken



into account. The core is essentially a resonant cavity, and you need to



apply a frequency which will cause it to resonate.





Think of the core as a hollow cylinder, to which you will apply a musical



note until it resonates. The core density is irrelevant to resonance, and



applies only when considering saturation. Try using an ordinary "tin can",



opened on one end, and apply acoustic energy until you reach resonance, and



hear the energy "ringing" back at you.





Having determined the resonant frequency of the core, then add the windings



as if they were the holes in a flute, with a crossover at each "hole". In



other words, even spacing is not going to work. Each crossover needs to be



preceded by a length of wire which is calculated based upon the PHI



relationship to resonance.





The caduceus coil has to attain aggregate resonance before it can produce



an over-unity effect, so each of the seven crossovers is a whole note on



the diatonic scale. In other words, use alternate cube and square roots of



PHI (1.618) times the length of the previous winding to determine the



length of the next winding.





In this way, every winding is both a note as well as a harmonic of another



winding.





Both coils of the Sweet VTA must be wound identically, placed side by side,



and centered in the magnetic stress field. The primary for each coil



should apply a low level signal at the resonant frequency, and the



primaries should be 180 degrees out of phase with each other to aid in the



expansion and collapse of the flux fields.





Much has been speculated about the necessity of "tuning" the magnets, using



variuos methods which have been known to cause the magnets to explode. I



don't think that this is relevant to the design. The stress field is



merely reactive to the electromagnetic energy of the coils. However, the



size of the magnets and their strength is important.





The size is necessary so as to keep the flux fields contained within the



stress field, and the strength is a factor of the power which is to be



derived from the coils.





Think of the magnetically created stress field as if it were a guitar



string, first plucked, and then tightened to the next higher note. A



strong enough "string" will be able to "play" the entire octave without



"snapping".





Given these design parameters, the alternate depletion mode can be more



easily visualized. The primary coil applies the first note at the resonant



frequency of the core. This is picked up by the tuned windings as primary



and harmonic frequencies.





The flux field expands into the alternate coil as well as into the stress





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field. The phase reversal of the second coil "pushes" energy from the



stress field into the core and windings of the first coil, whose flux



collapse "pulls" out the field of the alternate coil as it is being



energized by its primary.





Each cycle of primary current will increase the potential of energy at the



outputs of the coils. As one caduceus "inhales" the other "exhales", with



the addition of stress field energy from the opposing magnetic fields.





This will only happen at resonance, which follows strict mathematical



rules. The input signal at the primary must be kept small to avoid



overdriving the VTA, which if the core density and magnetic strength are



adequate, will cause the circuit to lose dimensional stability.





Gravity IS time IN OUR universe, and as the VTA energies cancel the



quadrupole effects of particle spin energy in the electromagnetic field,



the VTA will begin to lose relative "weight".





It becomes caught in its own "warp field", and will start to rise. Further



power applied at the primary may cause the VTA to "leave" our subjective



temporal reality, and seem to disappear.





Although it is "lost", it continues to create temporal distortions which



are detrimental to the dimensional stability and therefore to the



biological health of persons who are within the distortion field.





With only a rudimentary understanding of the principles of electricity and



music, virtually anyone can create a "time machine" or "anti-g" device in



this manner, but the costs can be high if the machine loses stability. The



universe, for its immense and vast amounts of matter and energy, is in a



delicate balanced state.





One VTA lost in hyperspace can set up a chain reaction of events which will



cause the vortical "waves of creation" to become unbalanced, resulting in



the destruction of a galaxy. Locally, we would begin to see this



manifesting itself in polar instability, as the magnetic energy of the



earth itself begins to "feed" the VTA.





To avoid creating this chain reaction of events, the primary signal must



NOT be a function of secondary output power. The amplitude of the primary



excitation current must be fixed in such a manner as to avoid overdriving



the VTA.





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