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Open Source Keppe Motor--Manual and Video Now Available
"Manual 4.0: Advanced Fan Manufacturing Guide" is now available
for download, for a small fee, which gives a full set of information how to
manufacture a commercially-sellable fan that uses the Keppe motor, which runs cool, has very high and consistent efficiency across all speeds,
and is easy to make.
Pure Energy Systems News
Two weeks ago, we posted the following story:
/ OS: Electromagnetic
Motor is in Open Source Production - The Keppe motor runs
cool, has very high and consistent efficiency across all speeds, and is
easy to make. More importantly, the group behind it has figured out the
secrets to getting along with one another, concepts that can transform
our world for good. (PESN;
January 23, 2013)
Today, the STOP
the Destruction of the World organization launched the anticipated "Manual 4.0: Advanced Fan Manufacturing
Guide" for the Keppe Motor
This is the highly-efficient motor and fan that I saw recently in Brazil, that is in production.
(It's not the overunity design that they are still developing.)
They're offering this for an introductory price of $75 USD. Their
manual is the most professional manual I've seen in the near 11 years
I've been tracking exotic clean energy technologies.
Also, they've had their one-hour instruction
video ready for a couple of days now, produced by Kawai Films, with me as
host. This is available for viewing by anyone.
With this instructional material available, now you can do the same as
what they have done wherever you are living on the planet. And if a fan is not an ideal product
in your location, you can come up with a different lower-power application for
the motor (50 to 75 W output range) that would make sense to wrap a business
Remember that this isn't just about the motor technology. What the STOP
Association has that is most valuable, in my opinion, is their approach to
using principles of what they call "Trilogy" to work through problems
so that groups can work together in a thriving rather than stifling way. This is
about setting up an intentional community around shared values, while
creating jobs for those in the group.
According to the plans download page:
"This 52-page, illustrated, step-by-step, do-it-yourself-guide
provides detailed color illustrations, photographs and text that show you how to
build your very own Keppe Motor fan. You'll also find a basic exploration of
Norberto Keppe's New Physics which lies beneath the Keppe Motor -- a must-read
for anyone interested in the scientific basis behind this revolutionary motor.
The manual also contains a detailed explanation of two styles of Keppe Motors, the
schematics for the new circuit, and even a section on building the wooden
pedestal [for the fan].
"The Keppe Motor Fan uses 1/3 of the energy of a conventional electric fan
of the same size, because it works through resonant magnetic pulses. The STOP
Association has decided to release this technology to the world in hopes that
many interested individuals will contribute to the study, development [and
implementation] of this landmark technology.
"Learn how to build the latest commercially-available Keppe Motor as well
as a hand-crafted fan application. (Or you can apply it to something else of
"This is an open source project, to encourage you to start a business
making these motors for a local need, while using the principles of Trilogy to
help your business group to function well together."
Here is the hour-long, professionally rendered instructional video to both show
you how the motors and fans are made by hand (with basic tools, available most
everywhere), and to emphasize that this is something YOU CAN DO. The video was a
pleasure to do with director, Flavia Angelico, the daughter of Dr. Claudia
Pacheco, the vice president of STOP; as well as Flavia's spouse and cameraman,
And here is a little excerpt of an
interview I did with Gilbert Gambucci near the end of the above manufacturing
tour, which wasn't included in that video.
Here is a reminder of what I wrote in the January 23 story:
By "open source," let me give the parameters as I understand them,
after talking to Claudia's son, Rodrigo Angelica, who is the CEO of Keppe
Motors, and head of their legal department.
For a reasonable fee (e.g. $75 USD), you can download
their plans from their website. They are also working on a kit you can
They do have a patent filed for the motor, but this is primarily
to prevent others from claiming it.
Rather than doing things the traditional way, requiring people to come
meet with them, sign a licensing agreement, pay a licensing fee, come up
with the capital to build a manufacturing plant, before taking the product
to market; the
Keppe Motor group has agreed to allow people to first build a successful
business, then send royalties once they are in production, selling commercial
units. This dis-inversion of the present approach, is something many of
us have been urging for many years. The Keppe Motor group finds this
approach in total harmony with their philosophy of life.
First, you do something useful, then you get money for it, and you share
that money with those who helped you become successful. In this case, the
Keppe Motor group is asking that you remit a royalty of 5% of retail price
on all commercial sales, whether they be plans, translations, kits,
components, completed units, or franchises. However, you will be given a cushion
in that you will not be expected to remit royalties until the amount owed
goes above $500 USD.
You are free to develop the motor into whatever application you want. You
are free to scale the motor up or down in output. You are free to do
research and development on better designs and higher efficiencies.
While you are encouraged to share what you learn in your R&D with
in the spirit of open sourcing, you are also allowed to keep your
developments private and file for patents on them if you want.
They only request that you inform them that you are working along these
Speaking of communications, if you plan on getting involved in this open
source project in some way, the Keppe Motor group requests that you let
them know, so they can follow your progress, offer suggestions, update
their FAQ page, and inform others in your region about people who are
likewise interested, encouraging them to work together collaboratively.
Also, once you have a product ready, the Keppe Motor group would like to have
you send it to them so they can test it and certify it as meeting their
standards of performance, efficiency, and safety; before putting the
"Keppe" name on it. You will then be listed on their website as
one of the bona fide vendors of the motor.
Obviously, another thing that will be required to be listed as a
"bona fide" vendor is that you remit royalties on all
commercial sales. They also want you to implement some kind of "tracking"
numbering system on your products so that the vendor can be identified and
contacted, whether for customer service issues, or congratulations on
You will also need to be taking steps toward getting the necessary safety
certifications for your product. Don't be daunted by this step, which can
be very expensive and time-consuming. You have lee-way in that there is a
testing" step in which you can release product to the market place with
the customer's understanding that the product is not certified but is
being tested by the marketplace prior to submitting a final product
version for certification. This way, you can raise the money for
certification from product sales to beta testers. For example, in Brazil,
the "testing period" could include the sale of 5000 fans over a
2-3 year period of time. The certification test costs around $15,000 USD.
One of the reasons you will want to be in the "bona fide"
classification, is that you will be on the inside track when the Keppe
Motor group comes up with significant improvements to their design, such
as the self-looped system. You know the saying: "There's more where that
Disclaimer: While the Keppe Motor group encourages anyone who wants to,
to get involved with rolling out a Keppe motor project, obviously they
cannot take responsibility for your actions. They are presenting these
plans in the way they best know how, but cannot warranty that you will be
successful in their implementation. Neither can they accept responsibility
for any dangers you might encounter while doing such business or research
and development. You need to take responsibility yourselves for these
They would love to work with you in implementing the trilogy
principles in the group that you assemble to do this project, so that you
can help model a happy, functional society.
PES will be benefitting from this as well. We will be receiving 10% of the
royalties remitted. As the royalties increase, the portion will decrease
down to 5%. But I should say that I would have written the above report
the same way, whether or not we were getting anything for it. In fact, I
had forgotten about this until just now, as I was composing this portion
about open sourcing.
Those revenues will be going toward helping in the administration of the
project, as well as assisting us in the fulfillment of our mission of
"finding and facilitating the best exotic free energy technologies to
Also, since I originally posted that story, I added the following.
I've encountered several people who have successfully built a Keppe motor.
Here is a sample: (slightly edited)
From: Col. Zimka
To: Sterling Allan
Sent: Friday, January 25, 2013 7:18 AM [GMT-7]
Subject: Your recent trip to Brazil
I just read your wonderful report on your trip to visit the Keppe motor folks. Dr. Claudia had asked me to attend this trip with you but my finances would not allow it. Your detailed adventure there reports on their beautiful "heart of love" characteristic which permeates all that they do. I so wish I could have made that trip! It certainly sounds like it has opened your heart even further. I am very happy for you.
Since I have already built two Keppe motors, I will pursue their business proposals which you
outlined. They seem like such wonderful, warm people and they have provided a path forward for their technology to blossom.
Thank you for doing such a wonderful job at PESWiki and in Brazil.
Cheers from frigid Pennsylvania.
January 25, 2014
Here is a photo of my Keppe Motor build, version 3. The motor is running
in this photo, but since it's spinning so quickly, the camera did not
pick that up. I believe that the Keppe Motor group has a design which
produces excellent torque and speed for such low power consumption. The
bonus is the simplicity of the materials used and lack of heat generated
by the motor's rotation. I look forward to exploring their recent design
advancements. Please feel free to use this photo as you see fit.
My friend, Tim Hall of Hawaii, has also successfully built two versions of
the Keppe motor, one very small, and one quite a bit larger. He wants to start
manufacturing these locally.
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Keppe-Related Coverage by PESN
- You're Invited to the 19th International Conference on Analytical Trilogy
(PESN; March 10, 2013)
- Keppe Motor Maybe Not 'Verified' Overunity Yet
February 22, 2013)
of the Grande Hotel Trilogia -- Home of Keppe Motor Manufacturing Group
February 13, 2013)
Motor Fan Kit & DIY Guide" Now Available
February 9, 2013)
to Start a Keppe Motor Manufacturing Enterprise
February 9, 2013)
Motor FAQ Page Posted
February 7, 2013)
Source Keppe Motor--Manual and Video Now Available
February 5, 2013)
Headquarters zip code a disinversion counter-point to Mormon
Headquarters zip code
February 3, 2013)
a New World with New Keppe Physics based on Spiritual Principles
January 27, 2013)
Motor is in Open Source Production
January 23, 2013)
Motor Overunity Claimed
Feb. 18, 2009)
Personal Witness Account of the Keppe Motor - Will Lajeunesse of
Canada traveled to Brazil (PESN; Jan. 26, 2009)
Panel Powered Keppe Motor - Keppe Motor draws just 6 Watts to
run a fan that usually takes 50 Watts. (PESWiki / Keppe Blog; January 21, 2009)
Scalar Motor Demonstration Under Way - The Keppe
Motor allegedly requires a quarter as much electricity ...(PESWIki;
Sept. 23, 2008)