Is an automatic system possible?

  • Last Post 12 March 2023
Atti posted this 30 April 2022


Welcome everyone!


We have a circuit with an on and off power source.
Now imagine a black box with a structure that provides infinite energy.
So we only have one source of energy coming out.
Can this exist?
The question is what might be in the black box.
Self-feeding structure.
What could this structure be? Can such a structure exist? How can you produce energy? What is energy? What is the mechanism that works continuously (or until exhaustion)? Is it moving or not?
We are always looking for answers to this.
Some people claim to have found the mechanism. There are two kinds of human attitudes.
Some say:
-I show some drawings or some theories. If you can’t do it you are stupid or just TROLL.
-or I'll show you a shot of the structure (maybe some nonsensical drawings) but buy it below. For money.
Yet human curiosity drills our side there.
The little devil sits on our shoulders and is constantly poking with his fork.
That's where the thought rides within us.
In vain. The desire for knowledge has always been the driving force behind man.
Reality doesn't matter just experience.
But what makes it work? Does it really work at all?
I will now outline a series of events. And that’s just an excerpt from my humble experience so far.
I don’t want to line up like quite a few “inventors”.
That is, to say something. It shows a few frames or videos, and then everyone finds out the rest on their own.
Then if it fails, blame everyone.
Let's say it's TROLL.
Let's just talk about everything, not the point.
He tries to show the point but also falsely.

Since I am not an inventor or an over-trained engineer and I have nothing specific, I will only share a few basic thoughts with you.
Full of mistakes, but full of possibilities!
Possibilities that have been discovered by others besides me. This is just a series of thoughts that others have already done during the experiments.
I did some of them again. There is a phenomenon.
-The first and simplest version:


2:010 we can see a higher peak reflected in the incoming sine wave. If set correctly, this will reduce the input energy.
I have processed these phenomena. The E.r. shown in my videos.
-Motion of magnetic fields under partial guidance:
Directed primary magnetic field
Directed secondary magnetic field
Directed permanent magnetic field
Iron fuxus
Coil flux (scattered) discrimination.
Closure of magnetic paths by the shortest path.
Reflection (back to source field)
Continuous circular motion.


Fighter posted this 26 January 2023


It was the second time that the electricity "stung" me. Suddenly, that ugly sentence came out of my mouth. This is really not correct. I could have cut that out. After that, I will limit the video.

Don't worry, Atti, that's a normal reaction, you want to hear the Romanian version ? 😄

I "felt" electricity 4 times and one time it was because of ZPM's output, I was dizzy for a few minutes after that.

For safety some electrical gloves and for some experiments (like Vidura's experiment) high-voltage electrical gloves should be mandatory. I'm thinking to start looking and buying something like this.


"If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration."
Nikola Tesla
Vidura posted this 27 January 2023

But what did we see in the video?


It can be clearly observed how the hot end of the resonant circuit shifts to the other side when the ground is connected. It is clear that it is a resonator with distributed parameters(standing waves). An interresting detail is the offset on the groundcurrent. Also the narrow coils on the top become resonant, there seems to be a constructive relationship with the big coils. As there are distributed parameters, also the magnetic side(current antinodes) should be detectable.

Good experiment!



Atti posted this 29 January 2023

Hi Vidura.

Partly based on what you formulated. On the other hand, it can also be observed that the neon lamp does not even touch the wire (from about 5 mm) but it already lights up. So the voltage is very high in the right position. Grounding is not required!

I was testing the AMCC20-Amcc320  setup but with separated coils, the primary and secondary windings are physically placed far from each other.  The tests show that the secondary coil's field created by the load current reflects back, with a certain delay, to the input source via the primary coil,  i.e. it charges back. With appropiate settings this is like a battery regenerator. One input, one output. I did not evaluate the V - I values because I did not want to do calculations.


Atti posted this 06 March 2023

Well, there's nothing special here, just a battery charge. (?) 
We know the Adams motor-generator charging method, don't we?! What if we add the parametric resonance method?




Jagau posted this 11 March 2023

Hy Atti,
I looked at your YT and your work on the MEG seems very advanced.

I was wondering if with magnets in the center of the merglass joint like Bearden did it would have a different effect?

JL Naudin said this on the MEG with his latest version

Notes : It is interesting to notice that the measured power required by the MEG electronic control board ( TL494, BUZZ11, LED... ) is 1.75 Watts ( without a load connected at the MEG Outputs ). When the output is loaded with the 9 W lamp, the DC power input is 3.25 Watts. So, the real power used by the lamp is 3.25 - 1.75 = 1.5 Watts at the INPUT with a measured OUTPUT = 6.76 Watts

you can find here all the results proving the effectiveness of MEG

If Jean Louis Naudin did it then it works and as in many situations everything is in the art of taking the measures in the right way.


Atti posted this 11 March 2023

I was wondering if with magnets in the center of the merglass joint like Bearden did it would have a different effect?


Hi Jagau!


I do not know how correct the information provided by T. Bearden or Naudin is. So I use it only as informational data. Especially the control electronics.
But regardless, the controller is worth a look
  diagram of the input coil. Or look for functional similarities.


I'm just working on it now. I'm progressing slowly. So nothing is certain yet.

  And maybe it's all an illusion.



Atti posted this 12 March 2023

This was missed from the previous post.



Jagau posted this 12 March 2023

Hi Atti

It is not forgotten that JL Naudin is a seasoned engineer and in his measurement technique he used a conditioned resistor. I have never used this technique but it needs to be studied.

Here's how do it: