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Aesop Institute's (Solar) Air-Powered Engine

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Mark Goldes and his crew over at Aesop Institute and Directory:Chava Energy, have been busy. They're not ready for this info to be circulated widely, as they are still in proving phase.

Be sure to see the YouTube description wherey they explain a few things about this and give their pitch for funding.


(YouTube April 23, 2014)

I got exciting watching this because this is what Directory:Massive Yet Tiny (MYT) Engine did with his 14" engine in the Ford Focus a few years ago. They had to push it 15 mph to get it going, but once it went that fast, the incoming air from the front of the car was enough to run the 14" engine -- with no other fuel, just the ambient air. They got it going 65 mph, then Raphial decided then to drop the project because he values his life. It is on the back burner.

When we published our story about this in 2011, we said the engine ran on air, but we let people assume we meant compressed air, but there were no compressed air tanks aboard.

I've seen the car frame, still sitting at his house. I've seen a myriad of photos of when they were working on it, showing the engine compartment, with the air foils directing the incoming air to the engine. I've seen the photos of the undercarriage, and of the air exhaust ports in the back.

We also posted a video of the car running in our 2011 story. Note, there are no compressed air tanks aboard.

By the way, Raphial is open to a $100k loan with terms of 12 months, with 15% return, collateralized by his $500k boat, and with 10,000 shares of equity. Could also be two $50k loans. He's been making some astonishing discoveries/innovations that Detroit is very interested in. Wish I could say more. You can contact Raphial through me.

I am probably more impressed with Raphial as an inventor than nearly anyone else I've ever met. He is like a modern Leonardo Da Vinci. I think he probably is the reincarnation. I know Raphial gets a lot of flack, but he's the real deal. I just wish we deserved him, because he has so many amazing things to give us.

In passing this by Raphial today, he said:

: "I wasn't aware that Tesla had talked about this. I just figured it out on my own."

Now that Mark Goldes has shown that Tesla was talking about this, and they are pursuing it, Raphial just may pull that one off the shelf, dust it off, some time soon.

-- SilverThunder 22:58, 24 April 2014 (UTC)

Akula 1 kW -- no fuel needed, just a ground cable

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Just a few minutes after posting this, Deggory brought yet another video about Akula to my attention. This one was posted by Stefan Hartmann of The title calls it a 1 kW unit.


(YouTube Apr 24, 2014)




: Free Energy Device - Akula 1 KWatt Unit - no fuel needed - just a ground cable

: A German friend has visited Akula to see his 1 KWatt unit.

: He said Akula is genuine.

: More to come in mid of this year.

: Regards, Stefan.

-- SilverThunder 22:16, 24 April 2014 (UTC)

Akula circuit Laserhacker scope testing

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Yesterday Deggory gave me this link to this circuit Akula is using.

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Apparently there is a lot of excitement and interest in this Akula circuit. Here's a thread at

Stivep1: Tesla Rehash (Akula device) (October 3, 2013)

Today, Deggory gave me this link to LaserHacker's preliminary discussion of some interesting effects he's finding while investigating Akula's work.


(YouTube April 24, 2014)

I need to build a feature page on this. It's hard to keep up with all the amazing stuff going on.

-- SilverThunder 21:05, 24 April 2014 (UTC)

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