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Prototype 10 is an earlier iteration.
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Compiled by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
Sept. 18, 2010

The Internet has been abuzz with an article that came out in a British newspaper, Somerset, announcing that an inventor in Wells "has put together a machine he claims is the first step in creating free energy from perpetual motion."

I wish people wouldn't describe free energy devices in this way. The energy is coming from somewhere. Just because the inventor or reviewer doesn't know where it is coming from, doesn't mean it's "perpetual motion." If anything, the best a "perpetual motion" machine could do it keep going, not produce excess power – unless it is harnessing that power from the environment somehow.

In a follow-up email the inventor told me: "I have never claimed 'perpetual motion' - these were the journalists words not mine!" You'll want to see the rest of his email as it clarifies several things, including that he demonstrated the technology to the patent office as well as to 14 UK engineers.

In the Somerset article, the inventor says that though a small amount of external input is required to activate and control the system, in net it produces more power than it consumes. "Once operating, the external energy input can be supported by power generated and harnessed from the system itself."

The machine, largely created out of leftover bicycle parts and a windscreen-washer motor uses high-powered magnets and a series of flywheels to apparently create energy from gravity. A tiny amount of power is provided by the washer motor, using a rubber band cut from a bicycle inner tube. The flywheels keep turning, even though it would seem impossible for the motor to move the weight of the machine.
Its designer claims a commercial version of the invention, around the size of a washing machine, could produce enough power to run a house, virtually free of charge and could be installed anywhere without the need for a power source, which would make it invaluable in isolated locations.

Somerset also included a video with their story, which they apparently shot while visiting the inventor.

At the conclusion of the article, they state: "The Wells Journal has seen the machine in action, and it does appear to work. The tiny motor should not be powerful enough to keep the machine turning once it is started with a light push – but it does."

The inventor says "It does not need to be stationary in order to function and therefore can also be used to power, or support the powering of any type of water vessel, land vehicle or aviation machine; it can provide a solution for most energy requirements."

I've added this technology to our listing of the Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies.


Official Website

  • - commenced September 6, 2011. Prior to that time, we at PES gladly offered this present page as a temporary home for collecting information about this technology.


March 18, 2013

(as of July 3, 2012)

Still on the drawing board.

August 2, 2011

More info coming soon.

June 4, 2011

Bobby claims that he has a functional design. More info expected soon.

May ~15, 2011

New device completed; will take some work to get the timing right for it to work.

May 10, 2011

Neither of the two professional prototypes work, but Bobby said it was because the settings were not correct.

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Feb. 2, 2011

Bobby wrote the following in his Facebook update: (slightly edited)

"Dear friends, as I said early last year, gravity free energy systems will be in the market erly this year. The commercial prototypes will be ready by the end of this month.
"A group of green activ[ist] friends are already starting to build AOGFG generators to power a transport ship in the EU.
"English group is working on AOGFG 15 year lifetime generator for int[ernational] market: 1.5MW Portable, [to be installed] in 20ft shiping container."


Prototypes 9 & 10

  • Sterling Allan shot this video at Bobby Amarasingam's place in Somerset, Britain on September 5, 2011. These are a couple of earlier prototypes that presented learning information on which he expanded. He said that he measured prototype 10 (the second of the two in the video) as outputting four times as much energy as input, using gravity as the driving inertial force. (YouTube / PESNetwork; Sept. 13, 2011)

Bristol Prototype Progress

Sorry for poor quality. This video of Bobby Amarasingham's technology prototype was shot with a cell phone. The good news is that he gave us permission to share it because the resolution is low enough that no keys are disclosed.

This is a unit built by an engineering group in Bristol, U.K. It is almost completed.

If I understand correctly, this one was designed to be self-powering with energy left over for practical use. I don't think this is one that requires modest drive power to produce copious output, which is what the group in Holland is producing as a production prototype.

Bobby expects that this Bristol prototype will produce about 4 kilowatts with the outer (Ferris) wheel spinning at 60 rpm, while the inner wheels spin at 240 rpm. Doubling the speed is calculated to quadruple the power output. The calculations take the size, speed, weight, and out of balance torque into consideration, and are done by professional scientists.

The production prototype from Holland is very nearly completed. ([ YouTube] / PESNetwork; March 23, 2011)

AOGFG Gravity Motor (1 of 3)

  • Cell phone video taken by British inventor, Bobby Amarasingam. He says that this prototype is able to produce 4 times more energy from the generators around the periphery than it takes to spin the main rotor mechanism. (YouTube PESNetwork; Nov. 10, 2010)

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AOGFG Gravity Motor (2 of 3)

  • Cell phone video taken by British inventor, Bobby Amarasingam. He says that this prototype is able to produce 4 times more energy from the generators around the periphery than it takes to spin the main rotor mechanism. (YouTube PESNetwork; Nov. 25, 2010)

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AOGFG Gravity Motor (3 of 3)

  • Cell phone video taken by British inventor, Bobby Amarasingam. He says that this prototype is able to produce 4 times more energy from the generators around the periphery than it takes to spin the main rotor mechanism. (YouTube PESNetwork; Nov. 25, 2010)

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ThisisSomerset (TV) [removed]


"I have filed a patent on the machine and demonstrated the basic system to officials at the patent office." -- Inventor to PES (Sept. 18, 2010)


Company: Non yet?

According to the Somerset article, the inventor states: "We have already received keen interest from companies in the Far East and Europe, but would prefer for the initial production of these innovative products to benefit the UK. We are still in the early stages, and hope that local UK based manufacturing companies will be interested and approach us with a view to helping bring these products to market."

Its designer is looking for a supplier of low speed generator units suitable for use with the machine and precision engineers with the skills needed to create the components needed to improve the machines efficiency.


The designer wishes to remain anonymous.

Correspondence from the Inventor

On September 18, 2010 5:19 AM Mountain time, the AOGFG Inventor wrote:

Hello Sterling,

Thank you for your interest in my invention and your inquisitive email.

Firstly, for your information regarding the journal article,

I have never claimed 'perpetual motion' - these were the journalists words not mine!

The article reads 'the patent office will not register the design - because if it works it breaks the laws of physics.' - Once again, the journalist's words, not mine!

I have filed a patent on the machine and demonstrated the basic system to officials at the patent office.

This machine converts gravity and magnetic energy into mechanical force. Although this system can be balanced accordingly to turn itself from gravity force, if I do this it is harder to control the system to start and stop, etc. therefore I chose to make the machine balanced to almost zero to be able to start and stop with a minimum input of energy.

I have developed three variations of this machine, which all prove 100% energy can be created from gravity force.

So far, 14 UK engineers have witnessed the machine in action and have agreed that the proof that gravity force can be harnessed in a machine cannot be proved in any easier way than I have already done.

In due course, I will answer more of your questions, however I have been advised to be cautious at this current stage.




In the News

  • Featured: Gravity Motors > AOGFG >
    British gravity motor generates 12 kilowatts? - Inventor Bobby Amarasingam, is pushing ahead with his gravity motor technology, claiming test results, license agreements, manufacturing contracts, and customer contracts. Is it really possible to harness gravity? He says their recent 12 kW prototype testing was successful. (PESN; December 4, 2010)
  • Featured: Best Exotic FE >
    Happy Birthday to Me: A Flood of Free Energy - On my birthday, I am being treated to a barrage of amazing developments to report on, including: TurXator overunity electromagnetic generator contracting for 85 GW; Freddy's water-fuel cell plans being posted; BlackLight's hydrino validation; Jeremiah Sturk's magnet motor; Wiseman's instructions on Bedini's electromagnetic overunity kits; 12 kW gravity motor. (PESN; November 30, 2010)
  • Feature / Best Exotic FE: Gravity Motors / Magnet Motors >
    Alpha Omega Galaxy Freefall Generator (AOGFG) - A UK inventor has come up with a device that combines forces of gravity and magnets with a flywheel to produce power. External power is required to get it rotating, but once it comes up to speed, it allegedly produces excess energy. A local newspaper, as well as 14 UK Engineers and the patent office have all allegedly witnessed it in operation. (PESWiki; Sept. 18, 2010)
  • Somerset man invents perpetual motion machine - The Alpha Omega Galaxy Freefall Generator is built mainly from old bicycle parts and a windscreen-washer motor, and is essentially a fly-wheel that appears to rattle around by itself. (TechEYE; Sept. 17, 2010)



Bobby Amarasingam

Related Technology

  • Featured / OS: Gravity Motors >
    Mikhail Dmitriev Gravity Wheel - This Russian inventor has been developing gravity-based power systems for years and says that the design has been widely replicated in Russia, even powering some houses. He says he has posted all necessary information to build the device, in which a small amount of power input generates much greater power output. (PESWiki and BeforeItsNews; January 30, 2011)

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