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There are 5 messages in this issue. Topics in this digest:

1. Worth Passing On From: "Di" 2. Confirmed Sighting? From: "Di" 3. Consequences of a Change in the Galactic Environment of the Sun From: "Di" 4. C Y B E R S P A C E O R B I T From: "Di" 5. Pole Shift Survival From: "Di"

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Message: 1 Date: Sat, 25 May 2002 11:29:17 -0700 From: "Di" Subject: Worth Passing On

Wendy deserves to be heard by the majority on this list. Her latest post to the Debate group in rebuttal to Jim's theory that we are all nuts and/or out to ruin our lives preparing for PX is a good one. When PX does not show up in 2003 I would hate to see a bunch of people stop preparing for any kind of disaster. Sometimes I feel like we are all on a freight train with no brakes. To not prepare for the inevitable sudden stop would be pure folly. Thanks, Wendy. Di

From: "wendyjensen1116" Date: Sat May 25, 2002 11:05 am Subject: Re: Survivalism (was Global Warming)

--- In PX2003_Debate@y..., "jtr_iv" wrote:

You don't feel that preparing for global earthquakes, global 200 mph plus winds, global flooding and living without sunlight for years is one of the more extreme cases of survivalism, ranking up there with nuclear war? *sigh* I don't know why I have to explain this to a person who is obviously as intelligent and articulate as you are. No, I don't feel it is especially extreme, and here's why: (We'll take it one scenario at a time, shall we?) 1) Global Earthquakes The difference between preparing for global earthquakes and local earthquakes is exactly what? For local earthquakes you: a) Don't live in known active seismic zones b) Build in a manner to weather earthquakes as well as possible c) Maintain an "earthquake kit" of extra food, bottled water, medical supplies and an alternate power source, in case of extended disruptions to services The only difference for global earthquakes is that the disruptions would last longer, so your "earthquake kit" should be bigger.

2) Global 200 mph plus winds The difference between preparing for such global winds and local ones (hurricanes and tornadoes) is exactly what? For local ones you:

a) Have a tornado or hurricane shelter b) Store supplies in the shelter, in case of extended disruptions to services The only difference for the global ones is that you need more supplies, since the disruptions will last longer.

3) Global Flooding

The difference between preparing for global flooding and local flooding is exactly what?

For local floods you:

a) Build on high ground b) Maintain supplies in case of extended disruptions to services The only difference between preparing for global vs. local flooding is that you would need more supplies, since the disruptions would last longer. 4) Living without sunlight for years

For that you would: a) Maintain a few years' supply of food and/or

b) Have your own electricity source and grow food hydroponically

So essentially the way you would prepare differently for PX than for local disasters is to store more supplies, namely food. Are you aware that the Mormon Church encourages its members to keep 2 years worth of food on hand at all times? I imagine they base that on such "bs" as Armaggedon per the Book of Revelation. So are you going to frequent Mormon lists and inform them that, although they can store 2 years of food if they choose, they should really look at the alternative (i.e., that there is no evidence Armageddon will occur)??

I doubt it. For some reason you have an obsession with people preparing for PX.

I think people should prepare any way they want, I just feel it should be an informed decision.

This is where the "talking out of both sides of your mouth" comes in, Jim. Your comment that started this line of discussion was (message 6122):

"I feel preparation is good, for whatever may come, but preparation for Planet X is way beyond normal preparation, with the predicted floods, earthquakes, winds, no sunlight for years, etc." Now, how do you reconcile the two statements? How can you state preparation for PX is way beyond normal preparation, but also state that people "should prepare any way they want"? Or this comment, from the message I'm replying to: > And as I've stated before, anyone who follows Nancy and Mark's advice > on preparation based solely on their lies will have regrets. or this comment: > And who is criticizing? If someone wants to do this, more power to > them. I'm just trying to encourage people not to go there. They can prepare any way they want, it's their choice, but you sure try very hard to tell them (whoever "them" is, you still haven't produced any such people) that they are wrong. And as I've stated before, anyone who follows Nancy and Mark's advice on preparation based solely on their lies will have regrets. This is the problem with you, Jim. You lump "preparing for PX" and "following Nancy and Mark's advice on preparation" into one entity. They are not necessarily one and the same. Plenty of us are preparing (for PX and/or any other disaster) without following Nancy and Mark's advice -- whatever that is.

I asked you before what what so damaging about their advice. As I recall, the best you could come up with something about Mark recommending people run up huge debts or something. As for Nancy -- I haven't been through every page of her site, but I am on TT lists and am even a (pretty worthless) member of TT Inc. I have never noticed any potentially damaging advice being given out.

Instead of warning people, you want me to wait and find people who have done this and tell them they have made a bad decision? That wouldn't be very nice. No, Jim. You don't have to wait. You skeptics say that at this late date there should be visible evidence of PX, and ask believers to produce it. I say that at this late date there should be evidence of PX idiots who have (or are in the process of) ruining their lives preparing for PX, and I ask you to produce the evidence. So what is your position, Wendy? You don't believe Nancy and Mark and > the PX in 2003 thing, is that correct? I seriously doubt PX in 2003. But I do believe we will have some type of widespread disaster. I've stated that before. And I am preparing. And you don't feel anyone should spend time pointing out the wrong information they put out? Is that correct? Jim, I don't care if you offer evidence contrary to PX. You already do that. You have a well-constructed website offering rebuttals of PX, and you list the URL in your sig. You offer much of the same info here on this list. No problem. But stop saying preparing for PX is a bad idea and people will regret it. You've already presented (and will continue to present) the evidence against PX in 2003. Pretty good bet everyone here has heard it at least once. If we choose to prepare anyway, it's our choice. And you have no evidence other than your own opinion that it will be detrimental. Trying to figure out why I keep upsetting you.... It's pretty simple, really. You upset me because you continually lump preparedness for PX together with doing some crazy and undefined life destroying actions put forth by Mark and Nancy. They are not one and the same. Not all people who prepare for PX, or any other disaster, are crazed self-destructive idiots. And when you act like they are, I take it personally, because I do choose to prepare. Wendy Jensen [This message contained attachments]

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Message: 2 Date: Sat, 25 May 2002 18:58:19 -0700 From: "Di" Subject: Confirmed Sighting?

I'm passing this along so you are all aware of the information that Mark has recently posted to his read-only list. This is NOT credible and NOT confirmed and I wonder how many folks are freaking out right now because they believe what Mark has written? He touts this as FACT. IMO, this is fear-mongering at its worst. Di

From: "jeremysfogg"

Mark H's full posting is on his read-only Yahoo group and also get's emailed to members as part of the service. The sighting extract goes as follows:

"I just spoke with a triple Doctorate that thanked me for writing my book. He said if it wasn't for me he would have not found out about Planet X. This past Thursday 5-23-02 right outside of Boston he went to the Museum of Science. They had a large scope with filters. There were 24 people there including several government officials. He personally had a look at 2001 KX76 and Planet X. He was told not to tell anyone this but because of my efforts he phoned my son down in Florida first and told him that he saw Planet X....

I then phoned the Doctor back from up here in Toronto and had a 12 minute conversation with him before he had to take a patient. He said right away that he saw Planet X and it is 100% confirmed. He ended the phone call saying 100% confirmed twice. He said the government is very worried about what PX will do when it passes. They said to him that last time PX passed the majority of the objects from the asteroid belt cratered the moon and went into our oceans. That this was the time (every 3600 years during PX's passing) when most of the cratering gets formed on our moon. The additional worry was that some of these asteroid type objects might get deflected this time and would not land in the ocean. He said the whole meeting was very hush hush. He said they said at it's present speed that it would arrive in 3.5 years but said that could be disinformation and may not take into account that it could be increasing in speed. [From my understanding PX is increasing in speed exponentially and there's nothing but basic Newtonian physics that is causing this and nothing preventing it from reaching ANY speed and will be here between early June to early July 2003.]"

I agree 100% that this particular posting lacks credible content and is hence wide open to ridicule. Hence my original comment about sighting claims. But my question is valid about whether any members do have access to the right type of gear to make their own observations and to report back. Jeremy [This message contained attachments]

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This abstract, written in 1999, was found on the Harvard site. It studies the possible consequences of our Sun's galactic climate changes which could spark climate changes here on Earth. This author also confirmed the observation of Dr Dimitriev regarding the heliosphere in an abstract written in 1998.

There is geographical evidence that climate change can happen quickly. This is only one of several sites discussing sudden climate change found in the bookmark section of the read-only group in the Earthchanges folder.


A Forest From the Past - Trees did Not reflect gradual changes...


Consequences of a Change in the Galactic Environment of the Sun Change

The interaction of the heliosphere with interstellar clouds has attracted interest since the late 1920s, with a view to explaining apparent both quasi-periodic climate ``catastrophes'' as well as periodic mass extinctions. Until recently, however, models describing the solar wind-local interstellar medium (LISM) interaction self-consistently had not been developed. Here we describe the results of a two-dimensional simulation of the interaction between the heliosphere and an interstellar cloud with the same properties as currently, except that the H^0 density is increased from the present value of n(H^0)~0.2 cm^-3 to 10 cm^-3. The mutual interaction of interstellar neutral hydrogen and plasma is included. The heliospheric cavity is reduced considerably in size (approximately 10-14 AU to the termination shock in the upstream direction) and is highly dynamical. The interplanetary environment at the orbit of the Earth changes markedly, with the density of interstellar H^0 increasing to ~2 cm^-3. The termination shock itself experiences periods where it disappears, reforms, and disappears again. Considerable mixing of the shocked solar wind and LISM occurs because of Rayleigh-Taylor-like instabilities at the nose, driven by ion-neutral friction. Implications of two anomalously high concentrations of ^10Be found in Antarctic ice cores, corresponding to 33,000 and 60,000 yr ago, and the absence of prior similar events are discussed in terms of density enhancements in the surrounding interstellar cloud. The calculation presented here supports past speculation that the Galactic environment of the Sun moderates the interplanetary environment at the orbit of the Earth and possibly also the terrestrial climate.

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Message: 4 Date: Sat, 25 May 2002 23:53:02 -0700 From: "Di" Subject: C Y B E R S P A C E O R B I T

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Message: 5 Date: Sun, 26 May 2002 00:27:19 -0700 From: "Di" Subject: Pole Shift Survival

Pole-Shift Survival

By The Old Man of Green Mountain

Here is an accumulation of seven decades of living in the country and in the heart of industry and hi-tech along with a large dose of natural health. I hope it will help those who have never scrounged at the dump.

Health is the foremost necessity in life. Without it, everything else matters little. At 50 years old, in answer to fervent prayer when my wife returned from a short stay in a mental hospital, (the next day) a book was placed in my hands that gave the answers to health: Carlton Frederick's Low Blood Sugar and You. It is still in print in a revised edition. All the basics are explained.

Diseases cannot start in the body (except radiation, poisonings, etc) as long as blood sugar remains in the "normal range". It is when blood sugar goes below that range that diseases are able to start, and then gain momentum with each "dip" in blood sugar. One can write hundreds of pages about it; but the word RAW covers all bases. Mother Nature (God if you wish) designs her sugars with bulk. It is impossible to eat too much raw sugar so that the body gets into trouble (impossible for blood sugar to dip or over-store). Somewhere, somehow, man must have engineered the date palm, because it is the only source of concentrated sugar in nature - you have to limit yourself to ONE date per day!

I have been eating nearly 100% raw for over 15 years, and am able to work at par with men half my age, so - I am a living advertisement for RAW. It is my opinion that those who practice vegetarianism get into trouble because they omit the "RAW". The body has a 10 year's supply of some B-vitamins, when the vegetarian runs out of that, they are puzzled (10 years of success and then problems?). Yes meat can be eaten raw! Guy Claude Burger discovered that when smell and taste are combined (smells OK or good AND tastes OK or good) that we need it. When the body has what it needs (elements etc.) it will no longer smell or taste good. The system is called ANOPSOLOGY; DuRocher published in France as "Instinctothrapie - Manger Vrais" (obviously in French); it has been translated into English. The Manger Vrais translates into Eating True or Eating Correctly. Here is the information I have. If the reader cannot find a copy contact me for condensed information garnered from the internet years ago by a friend. About 40 Xerox pages. (Sorry I can't play Santa-Clause, cover my costs please. Philip Ledoux, P.O.Box 765, Claremont, N.H. 03743)

Book Review: Instinctive Eating: The Lost Knowledge of Optimum Nutrition, by Zephyr 1996 Pan Piper Press. Contact Pan Piper Press RR2 #3950 Pahoa, HI 96778 or Pan Piper Press PO Box 426 Summerland, CA 93067 price: $15


Of all the things I've learned about first-aid, including Red Cross courses as a teenager and adult, U.S. Navy and correspondence courses; the most outstanding and easily found thing is CAYENNE PEPPER. Either as a dry pepper or as a tincture, it will stop bleeding almost instantly. And, in survival, severe bleeding can be a fatal problem. If you carry some Cayenne with you and you can self-administer Cayenne, you will never bleed to death; and it will promote healing almost "over-night". Little instructions other than "pack the wound" with cayenne pepper, are needed.

Contrary to popular opinion, Cayenne will not "burn" anything. You will swear that the treated body part is on fire, but it will never truly burn anything. If gotten in the eyes (mace), after the burning sensation ceases, the victim actually sees better! Tinctures are easy to make. When in season buy the hottest chili peppers you can find; Habaņeros are excellent. Buy the best (strongest) vodka you can find. When handling chili peppers, use latex gloves; otherwise, the sting permeates your fingers and you'll feel like you are burning everywhere you touch yourself or others; scrubbing removes little of the sting; eventually it dissipates. Place clean chili peppers in a blender, cover with vodka, blend. Pour into glass containers. Add vodka until container has 1 to 2 inches of clear vodka above the puree. Shake once a day. The more the shaking and the longer the time, the stronger the tincture; the stronger the better. It is best to start on a new moon and press off on a full moon. A little sanitary "junk yard" ingenuity can do wonders about a press using a hydraulic jack. Bottle and cap. It will keep indefinitely. Glass is best to store it in, although food grade plastic should survive quakes and jolts. When in doubt, use the old rule of thumb: something is better than nothing.

If someone is faint or in shock, administer several drops of Cayenne tincture under the tongue. They will perk right up. Dr. Schulze tells of a patient who drove to his clinic. After 10 minutes he was discovered ashen white slumped over the steering wheel. Schulze administered several droppers-full of Cayenne tincture in the mouth; the man had recovered by the time the ambulance arrived. Dr. Schulze comments: "Nobody can die with a mouthful of cayenne."


Information about Kombucha is easy to find on the internet. I bought mine from Walther Frank who operates in Germany. Said briefly:

Kombucha drink has the ability to bind heavy-metals and toxins to itself which are then eliminated via the urine. We live in a highly toxic world and pick up toxins up everyday. Most do not realize that we self-generate toxins from the typical American diet, which is equally dangerous to overall health. I understand that after the Pole-Shift one of our greater problems will be lead-poisoning from contaminated water that we will not be able to avoid. Kombucha can scour the body of these "badies". I think that Kombucha is a survival "Must-ONE". Not only learn all you can about it, get some; it takes time to learn how to grow it.


At least a small library of essential subjects is necessary. Include some Basic Electricity, Basic Mechanics, How Things Work, a Machinist's Manual, a book on the basics and principles of gear cutting, Herbal Medicine Basics, Basic & Advanced Carpentry, Survival soldering, brazing, welding, etc. and as complete a series of math and chemistry books as possible. And don't forget a variety of books of humor, they will be precious, mental relief. You may not understand what is in all of the books, but almost any subject can be self-taught; keep in mind the future generations. I reminded all my students that I could only supply the learning environment and encouragement, in truth all students self-teach themselves.

The greatest problem is keeping books dry. My suggestion is to use several layers of differing kinds of waterproofing. Wrap and seal each book individually using one of those handy, inexpensive "food saver" sealing machines. Lacking that, wrap in cling type wrapping material, alternate directions should help seal. Then place that into a large zip-lock bag. Take several of these and place in heavy plastic trash bags, roll and fold and seal; layer it with three bags rolled in various directions. The basic idea is to make as many "boundaries" against water penetration as possible. Logic dictates to distribute subject matter among all the packages, rather than all one subject matter in one container; if one package is lost, not all of one subject is lost. If you can find some of those blue, top opening plastic or steel barrels, put books into them; but be certain to check them as soon as possible after the Pole Shift. Is the barrel still sound or has it become a water trap?

All is not lost if books become wet. "Hang" them out to dry undercover. As they start to dry, carefully separate the pages several times during the drying process or the book becomes a solid lump. The pages are wavy, the book gains considerable bulk but it is readable. (This is archived from the "been there" file.)


In my mind, the most useful invention of mankind is the harnessing of electricity. (I was an electronics and nuclear engineer). The electric motor can be harnessed to many uses, as we are so well aware, in the appliances and household gadgets we employ everyday. There are many we can live without. Think through what would survive a 100 foot fall. In general, those items are what would make it to the top of a survival list discounting a more damaging force.

Electric motor based equipment is useless without "free energy" or a generator. I live in an area that was built on water-power, and most of the following relates directly and indirectly to water-power to generate electricity.

On my list a 15 KW (15,000 watt) generator is a must. An ordinary household operating necessary equipment plus a handyman's tools will use that much electricity. From a standpoint of longevity it is better to operate a piece of equipment at 50% than to load it 100% constantly. Longevity seems to relate exponentially increasing with decreasing "load". Although I do realize that "something" is better than "nothing".

My casual cruising of the internet reveals that information seems to slant towards "buy this" or "buy that", most of it indirect. "Me thinks" that pre-built equipment will be destroyed during the Pole-Shift, thus the solution is to have all the parts and pieces stored as safely as possible and then start working like a beaver after the Pole-Shift. Some parts and pieces can be pre-fabricated and stored, things that would survive a fall from an airplane. One could not expect a typical water wheel to survive (the work to straighten it would involve more than the original building) but the main shaft with bearings and basic attachment points can be pre-fabricated and stored.

A shift to "junk-yard mentality" is helpful in planning for and building after the Pole-Shift. Many have written that automobile generators will be easy to scavenge from abandoned vehicles, and automotive headlights, being designed well, should go through the Pole-Shift. I think that the old Navy principle of installed spares is needed to survive. In submarines we operated pump #1 for a week and then shifted to pump #2, alternating every week, which would give extended life. A pump #3 was operated for a day once a month, and was the emergency back-up should #1 and #2 become non-operational. All survival equipment should be designed similarly, with extra "on the shelf" spares.

I have thought much about how to get lighting equipment through the jolts to come. I doubt if standard light bulbs and fluorescents can be packed adequately to survive. Hopefully someone can prove me wrong on this one! The tougher auto head-lights can be wrapped individually in foam mattress trimmings or equivalent (foam peanuts?) placed in a plastic jar which is placed within a pile of sand. One could get fancy and add an automotive air-bag to the design. Designing something to get the human body through the tremendous jolts could use the basic principles just described (without the jar) - mattresses above and below in a bunk with an air-bag below, in a sturdy housing, set on angled stilts with sand fill. The stilts to break and absorb the shock, angled to vector the forces and move the housing horizontally to further absorb forces. [Remember the girdle operating the engine pump on the submarine in "Operation Petticoat"?] Basic ideas expanded to practical absurdities.

It would be so nice to buy a Pelton water-turbine! For most of us it is merely a dream. Until the economic collapse, we have to come up with genuine cash to get one. An old fashioned water wheel can be made by a carpenter or a welder.

My father and grandfather were blacksmiths who helped me as a boy when I tried to make a roto-tiller. I needed bearings and they were out of reach of my (and my parent's) budget. My father taught me how to use hard-wood for bearings. They work, and in the old days they were standard equipment on farm equipment. The farmer could easily bore a block of wood, shape it to size and voila - instant bearings. You use a small cross-bored hole to supply lubricant.

Along this same idea of using wood where we normally think metal: The Amoskeeg Mills in Manchester New Hampshire (known historically as the longest continuous mill building in the world [one mile]) used wooden gears to transmit power throughout the mill! The source of power was a water wheel whose rotary motion was transferred to the top floor of the mill. Down the center run were something like open truck rear-end differentials. Power came in at the center, out at left and right, and continued on ahead. The right and left power shaft ended in a 90 degree gear that transferred power downward to all floors, with similar set-ups re-distributing power on each floor.

On the top floor, the gear teeth were cleverly designed so that each tooth was an individual piece of wood. If a tooth broke or wore, it was hammered out, and a replacement was hammered in. In all likelihood the "base" was probably made of cast-milled iron. With knowledge of the proper shape of meshing gears, lots of sweat with saw and hand-plane, survivors could build powerful gear transfers will little metal. Obviously HARD-wood in needed. We had a tree called "Lever-Wood" that was used for the job. Because of the industrial demand way back when, no sizable trees of that kind exist today. Today's demand for the wood is in the packing gland of a main screw in ships and submarines. Yes, believe it or not, in the days of nuclear steam turbines, a wooden bearing is used on the main shaft!

Reference was made about truck rear-ends. If you are in desperate need of a 90 degree power transfer (before or after the Pole-Shift) use a truck rear-end or equivalent. Lock one wheel and there is your directional transfer. I do not go into details because mechanical skills are needed and most who have those don't need details. The quickest method of gaining the needed skills is hiring yourself out to a junker.

Another basic to keep in mind is designed RPMs (Revolutions Per Minute). An automotive generator probably operates around 2,000 RMP. A water wheel turning at 5 RPM presents a problem. Pulleys or gears or chains-and-sprockets are the standard solution. The sizing is really easy. Forget 2-Pi-R; it is merely the ratio of the diameters. If the drive pulley is 10 inches in diameter and the driven pulley is 2 inches in diameter, you have multiplied the drive RPMs by 5. So, to harness an automotive generator with a 3 inch pulley directly to a 5 RPM water wheel would require a 50 foot drive pulley! "Jack-shafts" are the solution. This is nothing more than a shaft with a large pulley on one end and a small pulley on the other end. With our water wheel, power is supplied to the small pulley and the large pulley connects to the generator. Obviously more than one "jack-shaft" will be needed, one connected to the other.

Let's apply some "junk yard" solutions. Depending on the amount of power being generated and/or used, an automotive or truck transmission is used. Remember, in "junk yard math" you do not consider designed application! Either end of a standard transmission can be the "power in" end, depending on whether one needs to speed things up or slow things down. The shift-stick gives quite a latitude of speed changes.

In general, the slower the RMPs, the longer lasting the associated support bearings. Flat belts are long lasting, repairable with simple tools, and are replaceable if one can find (leather) hide on the hoof and you can tan it.

V-belts have become a standard because of their low power losses, but in survival situations could be a problem when replacement time arrives. Contrary to popular opinion you can operate one end of a V-belt in a V-pulley and the other end on a flat pulley. Incidentally, a "flat pulley" is not really flat; it has a crown in the center to keep the belt from creeping off the pulley. Aligning flat belts and pulleys is a lost art today, but with a lot of sweat and frustration it can be learned by applying bushels of patience. It works best to use a dual V-pulley when opposed to a flat pulley (because of the crown).

Chains and sprockets of various types are usually applied where high power output is transferred. It entails high-maintenance as any motorcyclist will attest. Enclosing the devices within a water/oil tight enclosure was the solution, with the larger sprocket immersed in oil. Thus the entire device was lubricated; which nearly ended the maintenance problems. Gears are the best solution and likewise are oil immersed. Gears have to be aligned nearly perfect; if misaligned, each gear will wear into shape to fit the other (workable but not recommended). In such a case, if one gear breaks, both have to be replaced - not one.

When trying to generate electricity remember that old, a used electric motor can be used as a generator. A commonly employed poor-man's phase inverter involves nothing more than a single phase drive motor, direct coupled or belt coupled, to an old three phase motor which now acts like a generator. The old electrical inputs to the 3 phase motor now become the generator output to an industrial mill, lathe or other 3 phase machine. "You can't get out more than you put in." In other words, you can't power the device with a one horse power single phase motor and expect to power a twenty horse power hydraulic press. The poor-man's inverter must have components larger in horse power than the using machine's.

In existing electrical distribution systems, the grid is so large that starting of multiple HP motors is absorbed without a hiccup, but when generating electricity via an old electric motor (survival system), the inductive load that is added, will unbalance the system so badly that a refrigerator compressor cannot start! And such a system requires the application of load-run capacitance formulas and estimation. Do-able but hardly within the confines of a rushed education to survival electricity. Keep the loads "resistive", which means lighting, heating and light-load (start) motors like fans. In this kind of system you try to balance the loads, which an amateur electrician can do. If 5,000 Watts of heating is removed, another 5,000 Watts of heating (somewhere else, possibly in a designed "cooling tower", is added simultaneously. With a restricted budget, that means a primitive hand-operated system rather than the full automation we are accustomed to. But something is a lots better than nothing.


Don't forget to design an adjustable water diverting device in the water feed system. Changing loads require more or less water, and becomes critical when generating electricity, or when repairs are necessary.

If you are fortunate enough to be a welder or one is available, remember that "buckets" or blades of steel will wear out quickly. Doesn't sound plausible does it? Consider the "Taylor Horizontal Water wheel" (I live in the town where it was invented). The horizontal wheel is used where low heads of water are involved. Nearby, a large sawmill operated on a SIX-FOOT head using a Taylor Wheel. It is similar to an overhead open fan, with water falling vertically on the blades. In a practical design the blades overlap about 1/3rd. Diameters can be from 3' to 10'.

Years ago I read an article about making one out of a stump of wood. A lot of planning, boring and chiseling, and voilā a working wheel. The output shaft runs through the center of the wheel with a coarse, dual spline with some kind of supporting collar beneath and ran to the floor above operating a grist-mill-wheel without directional transfer. The main bearing was clever! The drive shaft was bluntly pointed, using a pine knot as the bearing.

The author laughed about a friend who was a welder, and was going to show him up. Within a few years the welder's wheel was worn away as though a grinder had been used. The key was that the original wheel was made of pine or some kind of soft wood. The fine sand and grit in the stream was thus able to imbed itself in the pores of the wood surface. The blades now were rock hard. What became the wearing surface on the wooden wheel, wore out the metal blades of the welded wheel. The moral to the story is: you can build of steel, but remember to surface the blades or buckets with a soft wood that will hold the grit of the stream to become the nearly permanent wearing surface.

If you have a good source of water to generate electricity, do not worry about the efficiency of your equipment (other than overloading the generator). I live in a severe winter location, and it is predeicted I will continue to be after the Pole-Shift. Electric heat was popular until special rates were ended. It is rare today to find homes electrically heated, with bargains galore in used heaters which should survive jolts well. With "free energy" (via water) I plan to use inefficient electrical heat. And from Naval experience I plan to have at least a couple of water wheels to be able to alternate equipment usage and flexibility.


If there are only 10% of us left after the Pole-Shift, it is dubious that we will be able to find an ongoing source of fuel for our engines. Steam engines would be the exception. I know much about steam but nothing about steam engines.

John Worrel Keely knew about the internal workings of the atom in the mid to late 1800s. Most of his research was lost, although has amassed much about him and associated fields of research. With little time left before the Pole-Shift solving free energy and anti-gravity becomes a pipe-dream.

One of Keely's discoveries merits investigation by those in the automotive field. Purarich rediscovered it by accident but never applied it. Purarich was trying to automatically precipitate liquids via frequencies. The liquid (water based) was in a quartz test-tube with immersed electrodes; the equipment was automatically stepping up in frequency, when all of a sudden - pow - the test tube emptied, a hole was made in the ceiling and through the roof! He estimates that it was at 40,000 cycles per second. Keely was able to dissociate water (break it into oxygen and hydrogen) at 42,800 cycles per second. Purarich was not certain about the exact frequency, and it could easily have been 42,800.

Keely originally would store the forces of dissociation in a two ton metal sphere and use that as a power source. With time he was able to dissociate on demand within the apparatus he was working with. For years he labored on an "engine"; it would work well for (hours?) and then suddenly it would reverse direction destroying the engine. He never did solve the problem. Keely said that he could operate a train coast to coast with a small glass of water. This engine (with the unsolved problem) was probably what he was referring to.

I make the educated guess that Keely probably understood the principles of steam prime movers. The gasoline engine was being tinkered with around the time of his death. Which leads me to further speculate that he wasn't familiar with the term "Top Dead Center" which all auto mechanics are familiar with. Most gasoline powered engines fire the spark plug several degrees before TDC because it takes time for the flame to travel across the piston head and create maximum force. Thus, by firing Before TDC the full potential of burning fuel is realized.

What would happen if an oscillator were operated at 42,800 CPS (Hz), fed to a capacitive discharge device which in turn is hooked up to the distributor in the 12 VDC supply line to the distributor? I would imagine that a small variable device in the oscillator would be needed to "fine tune" the device. Dissociation of water is instantaneous and powerful! If it occurred prior to TDC one could destroy the engine. But, What IF . . . I estimate that on an 8 cylinder engine, if the wire to plug #1 at the distributor were moved to position #3, It would delay the "explosion" somewhere in the 30 to 180 degree position AFTER TDC. One wouldn't need to be very efficient in the timing because the forces involved are enormous and could be harnessed by firing just before Bottom Dead Center.

And lastly, only water vapor would be needed, because of the potential force involved. Atomized water would contain so much potential force that it could destroy an engine along with the experimenter. In the "fine tuning" of the oscillator, take the output of the device, attach the ground to a metal tube and suspend the negative as a small bare tip on an insulated wire in the tube of water. "Aim" it so you don't punch a hole in the roof, or whatever, and when it repeatedly goes "Pow", you've hit the frequency. Lock everything in place and double check. Then connect the application to an engine. Buy survival gear at!