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Welton Myers
Welton Myers

A Grandfather of the Free Energy Movement


Welton Myers is one of the "grandfathers of free energy," having been involved in the field for five decades. He's dedicated his life at great sacrifice to bring forth a number of different exotic clean energy technologies. While none have yet made it to market, except the hydroxy devices, his efforts and their legend have spurred many researchers forward.

Welton was one of the founding directors of PES Network, Inc..

Contents

Interviews

  • Freddy Wells replica coming soon? - I'm going to be interviewing the guy who got me started in all this exotic free energy stuff 12 years ago: Welton Myers. (Free Energy Blog; June 17, 2014)
  • Stream | Download (13 Mb; mp3) - On June 8, 2009, Sterling D. Allan conducted a live interview with Welton Myers as part of the Free Energy Now radio series. Welton is the one who got Sterling involved in free energy research eight years ago. While it's hard to validate all of his stories, he's been involved in several very amazing projects, including magnet motors that levitated patterned after John Searl's work, overunity electromagnetic systems of major output. He also had significant brushes with GEET, tire vaporization, Brown's gas, and Stanley Meyers technology.

Biography

On Jan. 21, 2004, Sterling D. Allan wrote:

Though Welton attended Cornell University, with a major in Agricultural Engineering, that is not of significance to him. It didn't take many years before he came to the realization that the mainstream science he learned there is full of errors (techniques deplete soil of nutrients). He completed there in approximately 1954.

From 1954 through 1960, Welton farmed (mainly corn) and raised 50 dairy cows. Towards the end of that time he also dabbled in logging and mining.

From 1960 through 1975, he laid the foundations for what today is known as Habitat for Humanity. He set up non-profit programs in New York and California, taking groups of ten families who helped each other build homes, and learned skills in the process, which they could later use in a trade. He helped build and renovate over 1000 homes during this time. Better Rochester Living is the name of the first program in New York, and Self Help Enterprises (SHE) was the name of his first program in California.

In 1975, he began building homes for profit when his funding dried up for the non-for-profit program he was doing. He build around 25 homes in the $100k range.


Then in 1978 he had a serious accident that put him out of commission for physical labor until 1984. He was rear-ended by a car going 120 mph. "This was one of my most creative periods" he said, ironically, because it was also during this time that he had a very difficult time remembering the simplest things.

That was when he did the carburetor project in which he transformed a car to get three times the mileage. The organization he founded along with Bill Cope, "Knowledge is Power," held weekly seminars at Robert Wesley College, where people came to learn how to convert their cars to get three times the gas mileage.

That project came to a halt when his car was sabotaged, the pressure release valve being clamped down tight, causing his car to explode while he was driving it. The next day, as the car sat on blocks in his drive way, a trailer pulled up, and some men who told Welton's wife they were hauling the car for Welton (not true), towed the car away; and Welton never saw it again.

The blueprints are held by an associate today, but Welton does not recommend the design because of the high pressures involved (3000 – 6000 PSI), which could be dangerous if the car is in an accident.

It was also during that time (1983) that he built a magnetic motor along with Bill Cope and an inventor who said he had been involved with Tesla. The day after they announced that they were ready to open the technology to a public offering, the laboratory was raided, their equipment smashed, and their inventor was threatened at gun point to leave the country, which he did. That inventor had also been involved with John Searl and witnessed his flying saucer technology.

Welton later located the inventor in California, but the inventor had Alzheimer's by then and didn't remember anything.

Also during this time, for employment on the side to help cover expenses, Welton worked in a laundry designing the mechanical end of an automated system.

In 1984, Welton returned to working with COOP housing, starting with ten "slow" individuals who were not able to hold down jobs, and making a construction crew of them. At the end of two years, they built 7 homes for 7 of them. The other three were not able to get funding together for a mortgage. With some of this crew, he then went on to build more expensive homes, building 10 homes at a time, for example, in a new subdivision. Many of the homes were in the $400 - $500 range. They also installed around 100 solar panel systems during this time.

Then early in the 1990's he began to get involved in the patriot scene, helping people understand some of the inherent problems with today's tax structure, and helping them protect their assets. He was involved in Cleon Skousen's seminars with the National Center for Constitutional Studies. He learned how to create corporate soles with strong layers of protection.

Also during this time he began traversing the country meeting inventors and reviewing their inventions, to help facilitate their progress toward the market.

I met Welton about three years ago (around April 2001), and it was actually his phone conversation with me that spurred me to begin a "free energy" listing on my greater things website, which has grown into what it is today. We have been close friends and business associates (http://www.perentech.com) during that whole time.

I know Welton to be one of the brightest minds around. You would never know he's past 70 to speak with him on the phone. He remembers details of conversations and technologies better than I do, at nearly half his age. I look at him as one of the "grandfathers" of the Free Energy movement.

Welton's Companies

Welton was also involved in the founding of PES Network, Inc..

Alternate Energy Systems, Inc.

This is most recent and presently-active company.

On June 16, 2014, Welton wrote:

AES NOW SEEKING TOP QUALITY CAR AND TRUCK REPAIR SHOPS to become AES licensed "H 2 GO CENTERS" and with specifically trained marketers and mechanics to market, install and service the AES DUEL FUEL GREEN BOX (HHO) HYDROXY SYSTEMS and seeking some special high tech shops to assist R & D on the AES BLUE BOX HYDRO-PLASMA SYSTEMS for use fleet's they want to service when system is perfected, now to be tested on their shop's demo vehicle or on their shop,s electrical generator.
Also seeking benevolent funding with fair return on investment for R&D for the AES BLUE BOX HYDRO-PLASMA SYSTEMS & manufacturing facility.
  • Freddy Wells replica coming soon? - I'm going to be interviewing the guy who got me started in all this exotic free energy stuff 12 years ago: Welton Myers. (Free Energy Blog; June 17, 2014)

Creative Energy Systems

A trust. Still active. As of June, 2014, Welton says this company is going to be focused on higher power output systems.

  • Feature: Water > as Fuel > Hydroxy > Welton Myers >
    Creative Energy System's Duel Fuel System - Creative Energy Systems, of Utah, is performing test installations of a set of technologies they call the Duel Fuel System. The DFS system, through the use of hydroxy gas and fuel modification, is claimed to allow for improvements in gas mileage of over 50%, and in some cases up to 100%, or higher. (PESN and BeforeItsNews; October 22, 2011)

KIP Energy Inc.

An earlier company. KIP = Knowledge is Power.

PerenTech

http://PerenTech.com - Inactive. Was initially established in 2001 to pursue the emergence of the Perendev magnet motor technology, followed by other technology pursuits, including Earl Davenport's electromagnetic overunity claims.


Energy Projects

Searl Effect Generator

Welton claims to have worked on a device that had anti-gravity properties that lifted off the bench top and nearly went through the lab roof.

This work commenced around 50 year ago. He and some associates were working on an electromagnetic motor patterned after the work of John Searl. They worked on it for many months. At one point, his associate, Bill Cope, traveled to the U.K. to visit Searl, who at that time was very secretive about his work. Cope was able to view Searl's flying saucer hovering above the ground, apparently due to anti-gravity effects.

Cope returned to the U.S. with a "Tesla Technician" in tow, who worked with the group to get their device running. As it began to work, it began lifting off. Welton tried holding onto it, but lost his grip. The technician was able to disengage some magnets and the device returned to the bench.

According to Welton, within a few days, the lab was visited by some agents with masks and automatic weapons who smashed the equipment and threatened the technician, taking his green card. He then left the country. Welton was not present when that happened.

Robert Buck's Overunity Electromagnetic Generator

As a follow-up to the Searl work done earlier, the late Robert Buck had a generator that apparently harnessed energy from the vacuum. As Welton described it, there for every "one unit in" there would be like "fifty units out". He sold his home for $200,000 to finance this development. The system was never stabilized.

He said that when the motor reached around 4,000 rpm, some other effect began to come into play which was detrimental to the system. He said they didn't have the controls right, and when it was running optimally, it produced so much energy it would melt one-inch-in-diameter wires.

Welton said that there is a group still pursuing the development of that technology.

Myers’ Efficient Carburetor

Quoting from the Biography above

"...he did the carburetor project in which he transformed a car to get three times the mileage. The organization he founded along with Bill Cope, "Knowledge is Power," held weekly seminars at Robert Wesley College, where people came to learn how to convert their cars to get three times the gas mileage. That project came to a halt when his car was sabotaged, the pressure release valve being clamped down tight, causing his car to explode while he was driving it. The next day, as the car sat on blocks in his drive way, a trailer pulled up, and some men who told Welton's wife they were hauling the car for Welton (not true), towed the car away; and Welton never saw it again."

  • Feature: Water > as Fuel > Hydroxy > Welton Myers >
    Creative Energy System's Duel Fuel System - Creative Energy Systems, of Utah, is performing test installations of a set of technologies they call the Duel Fuel System. The DFS system, through the use of hydroxy gas and fuel modification, is claimed to allow for improvements in gas mileage of over 50%, and in some cases up to 100%, or higher. (PESN and BeforeItsNews; October 22, 2011)

Mike Brady's Perendev Magnet Motor

Welton was involved with PerenTech to help bring Mike Brady's Perendev all-magnet motor to market. He was also involved in the 1/4-scale version that PerenTech made, which we couldn't get to work.

Tire Vaporization

Welton is presently (June 2009) working on an advanced version of this technology which allegedly can vaporize tires with very low emissions, to generate electricity. A unit they ran in Boise for a year allegedly put out 1/10 the levels of pollution allowable by the EPA.

  • Tire Vaporizer and Sewage to Electricity Unit Description - Creative Energy Systems of Ontario Recycling of New York presents a new technology that if implemented would clean up tires and sewage and generate low cost electricity and provide clean irrigation water in the process, with no emissions or leaching to the environment.
  • Photos of Tire Vaporizing Units in St. George, Utah - The photographs are of two tire vaporizing units. Neither are currently in use. One was in used for a year in Boise, and needs to have the ceramics replaced in the secondary burner, to withstand the 3500 degree Fahrenheit temperature. The other is newly built (within past year) but has not been put into use yet. The completed unit will have a tertiary burner as well, at which point dried sewage will be added and incinerated; and then the emissions, combined with water to cool them, gaining added thrust from the steam, will be sent into a turbine, which will run a generator to create electricity.

Waste to Energy

  • STATE OF THE STATE - Developers Sterling Allan of Ephraim and Welton Myers of New York have been paying visits to a number of Sanpete County municipalities to pitch a plan for a garbage-powered energy plant. A similar facility is already operating near St. George. The plant would burn used tires and other waste to power turbines to generate electricity. (Salt Lake Tribune; September 10, 2002)
  • Waste to Energy by Ion Dissociation, With No Pollution - Creative Energy Systems at Ontario Recycling announces the development of a Closed Loop Waste to Energy System, which will transmute all waste, garbage, sewage, municipal, industrial, medical and even old tires into low cost electricity and raw material for manufacturing, with no emissions or leeching to the environment. (FreeEnergyNews; May 1, 2002)
  • New energy technology being considered in Sanpete - It sounds like something out of a science fiction novel. But if the technology works, Sanpete County will be home to a prototype power plant that could transform garbage and sewage into irrigation water and electricity. Two developers, Sterling Allan of Ephraim and Welton Myers of New York, spent last month running the city council gamut in Sanpete to pitch the plant to individual municipalities. (Messenger Enterprise, Manti, UT, Aug. 22, 2002)
  • Ephraim City gives vote of confidence to incinerate - Sterling Allen [sic] and business associate Welton Meyers [sic] approached the city council about a possible project that would turn the city's sewage into electricity. The incinerator begins the process by spinning the water off from the solid waste. The water is then sent through a process that would make it available and clean enough to use as irrigation water. The waste is sent through a series of burners that culminates at a generator that uses the heat and vapors to produce electricity. (The Pyramid Shopper, Aug. 14, 2002, Mt. Pleasant, Utah, USA; p. 2)

Related Resources:

Brown's Gas

Welton knew/knows several of the original players: Yull Brown, George Wiseman, Dennis Lee. He's still working on implementing this technology into practical embodiments.

See Directory:Brown's Gas

Water Fuel Cell

Stanley Meyers

See Directory:Stanley Meyer

GEET

See Directory:GEET Reactor by Paul Pantone

Non-Energy Projects

Dome Homes

"Millennium Home" - designed to last 1000 years, enabling growing indoors in the case of solar blockage. Complete system includes a fish tank, worm farm, and recycles air and water so that it is completely self-sustaining. The monolithic dome is able to withstand 400 mph winds.

Living Soils

Completely organic farming.

In the News

  • Today's guest: Mike Rigby - Mike has been a major pioneer in energy and spirituality. Married to my cousin. [Worked earlier with Welton.] (Free Energy Blog; August 19, 2014)
  • Freddy Wells replica coming soon? - I'm going to be interviewing the guy who got me started in all this exotic free energy stuff 12 years ago: Welton Myers. (Free Energy Blog; June 17, 2014)

Contact

Welton Myers
St. George, UT, USA
phone: 435-313-0158
email: h2gonow21@gmail.com

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