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Open Letter to QMoGen Developers
We have now encountered nearly 40 self-looped motor-generator, fuelless
power systems from 15 different countries. Most of these appear to have been arrived
at independently. We would like to compile commonalities between
these and publish a set of plans for replicating.
Shilov's QMoGen from Russia;
is apparently for sale. This image is one of the best reflections of
the general components often found in the various QMoGens we've
encountered; though most of them don't involve batteries.
Pure Energy Systems News
After more than a year of compiling a listing of various QMoGen (self-looped
motor-generator system with energy left over) designs from around the world that
appear to be operational, I commenced an open
source project page at PESWiki with the intent of
"publishing a set of plans for a working system that people can
replicate, optimize and propagate worldwide, creating clean energy systems,
jobs, hope, social stability. In exchange, we ask that anyone who enters a
commercial venture (e.g. selling plans, translations, kits, components,
completed systems, installations, maintenance, franchises) in which they are
earning money because of this system that they remit a 5% royalty to PES
Network, Inc. / NEST.
And we ask that any copy of this information include this stipulation as well as
a link to this open source page through http://QMoGen.com
We also ask that all products include the url: QMoGen.com
Please don't be offended that we are asking for a royalty from what amounts
to the work of many different people -- a group effort. Our purpose for the use
of these funds is to continue our work in facilitating the development and dissemination
of this knowledge and similar exotic free energy technologies. Those who pay
such a royalty will be doing so out of appreciation for our efforts in this
regard -- appreciation for having been enabled to have a commercial venture that
is also benefitting them while they help others by providing clean, affordable
power solutions. That's the hope, anyway.
As noted on the open source page:
Since we commenced our QMoGen index in August of 2012, we have encountered
at least 37 separate QMoGen systems around the world. Most of them seem to
have been arrived at independent from one another, suggesting that the
"download" came from a higher/divine source, and common intellectual base
of inspiration. We see many commonalities between them. True to the
"hundredth monkey" principle, we see this technology belonging to
mankind, and encourage its propagation and implementation. We know of no
patents that have been awarded on this approach.
As I have observed these various QMoGen claims, here are some common
attributes I have noticed so far:
- The motor is a lower power than the generator and is able to run the
generator with help from the wheelwork of nature. I could be wrong, but it
seems that the motor power needs to be high enough to bring the generator up
to full speed with no load. It could be that as the generator nears its
operational speed that the assistance from the wheelwork of nature begins to
kick in, so not as much energy is required as otherwise might be expected.
Once the generator is up to speed, the input to the motor can be powered
from the generator, due to some kind of resonance that is set up with the
wheelwork of nature, not only powering the input motor but also powering a
load that is of a level that makes the cost of the apparatus worthwhile.
- There may need to be some distance between the motor and generator -- e.g.
at least around 2 feet for a net 5 kW system.
- The flywheel seen in about half of the systems is probably not crucial,
but helps maintain the speed and stability for events including 1) switching
the input power to the motor from grid to self-looped mode; 2) changing the
load on the load bank. If the drive motor is able to respond with more/less
torque in a timely way, then perhaps the flywheel could be eliminated.
The thing I love about these QMoGen systems is that they appear to use
off-the-shelf systems with little or no alteration. This would make it ideal for
Obviously, there are many remaining questions. But my overall hunch is that the
essential components for this are probably more simple than anyone has yet
embodied in a device.
Questions for QMoGen Developers
One of the purposes for this present write-up is to pose a set of questions to
those of you who have developed these QMoGen systems.
If you don't mind, I'd like to pose a few questions to you. Bear in mind that by taking the time to answer these questions for me, you can
eliminate having to answer the same questions for many other people who read our news, including
potential customers and potential licensees of the technology.
It would probably be easiest if you copied and pasted these questions into an email or
Word document and send us your responses in another color.
- Are you willing to attend the Evolve Expo in Denver and demonstrate your
technology powering an exhibit house or set of appliances as talked about in
our recent story: Contest
for Free Energy House/Car at Evolve Expo?
- Would you be willing to share a complete set
of instructions? (If so, we would be glad to share a majority portion of the
project royalties with you.)
- If you are not presently listed in our collection
of QMoGen claims, would you mind being listed there?
- What are your motor specs? (e.g. link to
where you purchased it, or photo of name plate)
- AC or DC?
- What is its rated power input? (e.g. single or three-phase, 120 V, 60
- How fast do you run the motor? (rpm?)
- Did you modify the motor?
- Does the motor require a motor
controller? (link to where you purchased it, or photo of name plate)
- What are your generator specs? (e.g. link to
where you purchased it, or photo of name plate)
- What is its rated output? (e.g. single phase, 120 V, 60 Hz)
- How fast do you run the generator? (rpm?)
- What ranges of generator speed (low to
high) does the system work best at?
- Did you modify the generator?
- What is the biggest load you have ran on
the system? For how long?
- Have you found that the distance between the motor and generator is
- Do you use a flywheel? What are its specs?
- If you don't use a flywheel, is there
something else between the motor and generator? If so, what?
- What do you use initially, to start the system? (grid
specs: e.g. 120V, amps, 60 Hz)
- Does your system involve a battery(s)?
- For what function?
- Specs? (e.g. 12 V, amp-hour rating)
- Battery charger (specs?) is powered by
- What switching mechanism do you use to switch
from start-up source to self-looped?
- What is the longest you have run the system
continuously, without stopping?
- What kind of evidence do you have for your
- Third party test results
- Power bill before/after install
- Any other info that might be helpful?
Source: Wheelwork of Nature or Grid?
It occurred to me that one possible source of the excess energy could be
from the AC grid in the vicinity of the QMoGen system -- that it sets up some kind
of wireless transmission harmonic. So while it may appear to operate in a
closed-loop manner, it may actually be tapping into the AC power in the lines
surrounding the apparatus; which would probably be reflected in the actual power
meter reading for the facility. Or it could even trick the meter and not
register, even though it is extracting energy via the grid (which wouldn't make
the power company happy, if they found out, even if it is inadvertent).
This could be detected simply by shutting off power to a portion of the facility
where the device is located. If the device stops or slows when the circuit
breaker to that region of the facility is shut off, then that pretty well proves
that it is a wireless harnessing effect. If doing that shows no change, then
ruling out the grid-harnessing possibility may require placing the apparatus on
wheels so it could be started up from the grid then relocated elsewhere, away
from the grid, such as by rolling it into the back of a pick-up truck and
transporting it to a remote field. If it works just as well there as it did near the grid where it was started up, then you can conclude that the wheelwork of nature is the source of power, and you indeed have a bona fide exotic free energy device of tremendous value to the planet and us earthlings that are its inhabitants.
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