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'"HS"'s Replication of an Advanced Variation of John Bedini's Directory:Bedini SG'

Summary : Report claims that dead and sulfated batteries were significantly replenished in just 24 hours of exposure to an advanced form of John Bedini's circuit.

Dec. 3, 2004 Report

From: "john_bedini"


Sent: Friday, December 03, 2004 11:33 PM

Hello All,

Just wanted to let everyone know my experience with an

ADVANCED version of the

Bedini Schoolgirl motor/energizer. John gave me a

schematic a few weeks ago of a

device that he said would put the issue of radiant

energy battery charging to


Having built several other versions of his devices

successfully, I was very

excited to receive the schematic. I built the device

EXACTLY as John said


The first spin the device spun up to around 800 rpm's

on a 22" bicycle

wheel and that's fairly fast. The device achieved

resonance and the current

drain dropped by about 20%, maintaining the rotation

speed, and even got a bit


The input battery was a 12v, 1.2aH battery, and as

John suggested, I put 4 on

the output side. Within a few minutes, the batteries

began to rise in voltage.

There has been some big debate for awhile about this

"radiant charge" producing

only a surface charge on the batteries. Well my

friends, this is NO SURFACE CHARGE.

The charge was held for 30 minutes at rest, and when I

tested the batteries with the

Computerized Battery Analyzer by West Mountain Radio,

the batteries produced

a steady drain for an extended period, after being

previously dead, with readings

as low as 8 volts per gel cell. They were NOT charged

prior to the test with a

conventional charger!!! They were completely dead.

In a conversation with John, we were discussing the

issue of larger batteries. I

told John that I had 2 garden tractor batteries that

were completely sulfated

and would NOT take a charge at all with a conventional


Tested with the CBA, the batteries produced 1 amp for

less than 1 second. I

tried charging the batteries 4 different times with a

regular automotive battery

charger, first on the 6 amp rate for 6 hours, and then

overnight on the 2 amp

rate. I tried this 4 separate times with no luck. The

voltage of the batteries

would rise to 14 volts but the current was not even 1

amp when loaded, and then

the voltage would drop to 8 or 9 volts under load


Then John advised that I attach 2 diodes to the output

of the newest advanced

device that I had built. That would give me 2 isolated

branches to charge with.

So, I did exactly that. He said to put a steady power

supply on the input so as

to produce steady input for an extended time, and

simply walk away from the

machine and the batteries.

The following evening, I stopped the Advanced

Energizer Circuit. I removed the

recovery batteries. Now, listen closely! The 2 garden

batteries that were

completely useless and would have otherwise been

thrown away are now producing

as much as 7 amps of current for several minutes at a

time before being

discharged to 11.4 volts.

Now, one secret to the Bedini process is the cycling

of the batteries in the

device. Each cycle, the batteries become less and less

sulfated. I am compiling

tests of each battery that I use in the device for

increases in usefulness.

Having proven the smaller devices last year, I am now

proving the usefulness of

the larger and more advanced Bedini circuitry.

It seems that John has been right all along, and

nobody has been listening or

following his directions. I have seen engineers argue

the Ohms law, and all of

that other taught discipline in electrical theory.

When these people forget the

conventional way of thinking and just do the

experiments and quit listening to

incompetent people who fail, then there will be more

advanced devices that will

provide useful power to, otherwise helpless people.

You will NOT measure a 1 amp

drain in the circuits with a 4 amp output!!! I REPEAT,

the circuits do NOT

indicate with conventional meters any gain!!! But the

batteries become fully

charged!!! When all of you forget meters to show this

energy, you will see in

the load tests that the energy has charged the

batteries. It is provided as

extra watts in the load tests. That's where you will

see it. Perhaps some of you

have been looking at this energy all along, but did

not know what to look for.

Or perhaps, some have been just following the words of

a few unsuccessful people

who could not walk and chew bubblegum at the same

time. If I can do it, ANYONE


I have PROVEN 100% and I have the analyzer load

tests, that these batteries

were useless. And now they are resurrected to a useful

level. And that increases

with each charge and discharge in the unit. Now, if

the battery will supply one

amp of current for a period of time, perhaps into the

hours, then these

batteries have been saved, at least enough to charge

more batteries with the

machine. The way I see it, $50 worth of wire and

transistors, scrap PVC for a

frame, and some Radio Shack magnets and a scrap

bicycle wheel , has begun

recovering $50 worth of batteries within 24 hrs.

I have posted some pics of the new, advanced device on . I have

blocked out some areas of Bedini's proprietary

circuitry, until such time that

he wishes to release it, then I will replace with the

untouched photos. But that

is his decision, not mine. The general description of

the circuits are in his

patents. The schematic that was provided to Sterling

Allen and others is a start.

Learn the technology, and how it works, then perhaps

the more advanced circuits

will be available in the future.


Best regards,


Replication Particulars


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