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OS:Joe Cell:Instructions:Polarity of Pipes

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Pipe Polarity

The following was composed by John Carter of Australia on April 19, 2006.

Most people do not believe that pipes of non-magnetic material such as copper or stainless steel could have polarity, but they do.

In assembling the Joe cell, it is preferable to align the ends of the pipes with their polarities. That is, with positives at one end, negatives the other.

To determine this, a simple device called an L-rod can be used or a crystal on a string. L-rods are often used by water diviners to locate underground streams prior to sinking bores. L-rods give a much quicker answer than a pendulum. With practice only one rod is required

Making an L-Rod

A set of L-rods can be made from pieces of brazing wire (~1/2 meter long, brass welding rod). The insulation on the handles can be obtained from the hard plastic 1/8-inch riser tubes used in garden irrigation systems.

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L-rods are very sensitive and can pick up the magnetic radiation from your TV and computer screen, microwave oven and electrical meter box. I have had the local power company take readings at each of the above mentioned electrical devices with a Gauss meter but this meter fails to record a reading more than 1.5 meters away from say the meter box, yet L-rods indicate there is a field from over 6 metres away. Of course the L-rod does not give a readout as does the Gauss meter but it is a handy indicator.

Placing a small Orgone generator on the computer or TV screen or meter box will scatter the harmful magnetic radiation and turn it from negative to positive energy.

How To Find the Polarity of a Tube

If using two rods, grip a wooden dowel in a bench vise and slip the pipe over it, making sure that the end of the pipe is not too close to the metal vise jaws else the rods pick up magnetism from the steel.

Gripping the insulated handles of the rods, point the ends towards the end of the pipe. The ends of the rods will swing out for positive and swing in for negative. Mark the result on the pipe end.

When you do this, check your reading about 3 times to ensure that the reading

isn't becuase the rods aren't being held straight.

Incidentally, if one of the tubes is placed in the cell with the opposite polarity of the others, it will manifest increased heat in relation to the others. This difference can be felt by touch.

Preferred Alignment of Tubes

All of the tubes should be of the same orientation in respect to their polarity.

{??}And the tubes should be placed in the cell with the positive end up, and the negative end down.

Validation

On April 22, 2006, Bernie Heere reports that he followed these instructions and that he liked the results. I made some L-rods, and tore down a cell that was fighting me and tested the tubes. What a kick. Works just like it's supposed to, and I re-assembled the cell with proper polarity. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/JoesCell2/message/561" str="[http://groups.yahoo.com/group/JoesCell2/message/593 followed PESWiki instructions"></pesn>

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