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The Tesla coil, wireless aetheric power transmitter described in Steve Jackson's open source project described here.
The Tesla coil, wireless aetheric power transmitter described in Steve Jackson's open source project described here.

A PESN open source project


Officially launched April 21, 2011

To replicate the wireless power transmission technology first introduced by Nikola Tesla, then enlarged upon recently by Nobel Prize-deserving Directory:Konstantin Meyl; and recently embodied into a simple set of plans by IEEE member, Steve Jackson.

The purpose of this open source project page is to facilitate the replication of these plans, as well as to characterize, optimize, improve, and come up with the zillion applications that can come from it.

Potential applications include: 1) harnessing aetheric energy, 2) superluminal communication, 3) wireless transmission of power through any barrier, 4) anti-gravity capabilities, and 5) creating defensive shields to make conventional war obsolete. [1]

Jackson is providing these plans free of charge. He is working on a kit to help people source the materials at a reasonable price, expected to be ready in about a week.

Contents

Official Websites

This page is the official project page.

Legal Stuff

Disclaimer

This Replication Project recreates an invention that was Patented by Nikola Tesla over a century ago. It is new science which has not been tested and approved by medical authorities. Proceed at your own risk. Neither the author nor PESN can be held liable for any injury or damage, however caused.

Danger

While the device and operation described by these plans are meant to be on a safe level, improper usage could result in dangerous or even fatal conditions of high voltage and/or discharge.

Other cautions should likewise be followed as accompany such a project.

Plans

Assembly and Operation Instructions

Circuit Diagram

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Materials

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This info is included in the plans link.

Tuner software for the Hantek AFG

FAQ

See OS: Jackson's Wireless Aetheric Transmission: FAQ

Profile: Steve Jackson

Steve is a long-standing member of IEEE, a world-revered association of electrical engineers. He is intent on seeing Nikola Tesla become revered in that community as deserved; and sees electrical engineers as being in a good position to replicate these plans, characterize, optimize, improve, and come up with a zillion applications.

Data

Results

In the IEEE video, Steve took the receiver unit about 20 feet from the transmitter. In his personal testing he was able to take the receiver 60 feet away with no diminishing of output power. The distance was limited by the ground wire between the receiver and transmitter. Tesla was using the earth as the ground, and he was working with higher voltages.

Replications

One of Steve's associates has replicated his design using these plans. (As of April 11, 2011)

Ron Graves' Replica

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On 19 Apr 2011 21:02:06 -0500; Ron Graves <rgraves {at} rsib.net> wrote:

Hi Steve,

I finished my coils today. I've attached a couple of photos.

The only areas where I deviated from your instructions:

I used 1/4" ABS sheet for the base that I had on hand.

I used 1/4" acrylic for the discs that I had on hand.

I used a #20(.161 dia.) for the center holes to get a better fit with the center screw. It controls the parallelism of the base and disc a little better, especially with the thicker acrylic.

I know you are aware of this, but Tesla stated that he got better performance from his systems when the mass of the primary equals the mass of the secondary. I've noticed this in the cylindrical coils that I've built using spark impulses, also. Now, Dollard says that Tesla made a mistake here and that its the surface areas of the primary and secondary that need to be equal instead of the masses.

I think on down the road, after I've tested these coils, I think I will build two sets of coils using both these criteria and see if I can detect a difference.

Steve, are you aware of a formula for calculating the inductance of these pancake coils? And to get resonance, where is the capacitance? Is it between the turns of the coil? I keep thinking about the 4.888Mhz dream data.

Also, do you think this technology would work at lower frequencies?

Is the custom driver your team developed available for download somewhere? I can use the current driver, but you said that your driver allowed you to use the scroll wheel to vary the frequency to hunt for resonance. Is that right?

I hope everything is going well for you.

Thanks for everything.........................Ron

Bill Williams

Coverage

Steve's IEEE Presentation

The following are from Steve Jackson's March 24, 2011 presentation to his local IEEE.

IEEE attendees gather around after the presentation to get a close-up look at Steve's apparatus.  Steve is the one in the middle.
IEEE attendees gather around after the presentation to get a close-up look at Steve's apparatus. Steve is the one in the middle.
  1. Slide 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qs-2s85lO6o
  2. Slide 20 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4kvJpUgGKI
  3. Slide 39 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YXPa73NNsA
  4. Slide 57 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqhRDY56CqU
  5. Slide 81 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1Ht5OVyI5Q
  6. Slide 93 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuehDylES_A

Here's a link to his PowerPoint presentation.

Latest Developments

April 21, 2011

This open source project is officially launched.

April 19, 2011


April 11, 2011

March 29, 2011

This PESWiki page is commenced.

March 28, 2011

Videos from the March 24 IEEE presentation are posted.

March 26, 2011

March 24, 2011

Steve Jackson gave his presentation to the IEEE about this technology and project.

In the News

  • Featured / OS: Wireless Transmission > Scalar > Tesla > Coils > Jackson >
    Tesla Coils for Dummies - Are you interested in building a Tesla Coil to produce stunning effects that violate the "established" laws of physics, but are somewhat less than technically savvy than a rocket scientist? Then you are in luck, because this article is for you! (PESN; April 29, 2011)
  • Featured / OS: Wireless Transmission / Electromagnetic > Scalar > Solid State > Tesla > Coils > Jackson >
    Jackson's Wireless Aetheric Power Transmission Open Source Project - To facilitate the replication of these plans, as well as to characterize, optimize, improve, and come up with the zillion applications that can come from it, including: 1) harnessing aetheric energy, 2) superluminal communication, 3) wireless transmission of power through any barrier, 4) anti-gravity capabilities, and 5) creating defensive shields to make conventional war obsolete. (PESWiki; April 21, 2011)
  • Featured / OS: Wireless Transmission / Electromagnetic > Scalar > Solid State > Tesla > Coils > Jackson >
    Tesla Coils: Unleash the Aether - Nikola Tesla's most significant contribution was not AC power, radio, or the induction motor, but what we call the Tesla Coil - a tool which allows for the power of the aether to be unleashed and harnessed. Now being launched through an open source project. (PESN and BeforeItsNews; April 19, 2011)
  • Featured / OS: Wireless Transmission / Electromagnetic > Scalar > Solid State >
    Tesla's Scalar Field Still Beaming On! - The superluminal (faster than light) scalar or longitudinal waves Nikola Tesla used to magnify and wirelessly transmit power are not just a thing of the past. IEEE engineer, Steve Jackson, discusses and demonstrates how they can be utilized today, and he is open sourcing it here! (PESN; March 26, 2011)

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Contact

Steve Jackson
email: steve.jackson@ieee.org

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