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You are here: > News > March 13, 2013

SOS: Donations Needed

Why is it that those who are least able to help are mostly the only ones who do, and those who are most able to help, don't? We are seeking bring about solutions that can transform civilization, yet have trouble keeping our lights on. p.s. Why I'm "All-in" on the Yildiz magnet motor.

Click here to donate.

by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

Once again, I hit the "urgent" tone in our request for donations.

Ten days ago I published a story: "Leave me a Loan!" with description: "Rather than continually hitting up our audience for donations, like wringing a sponge dry, we would much prefer to get a significant loan, to be paid back, with benefits, when one or more of these exotic free energy technologies finally comes out. We would like to expand our service, bringing in more players: vetting, translators, editors, crowdfunding experts, etc. Meanwhile, thanks for the donations."

I also sent an email to the effect out to 44 people in my address book that I thought might be in a position to respond.

The story has been viewed nearly 800 times (very low traffic compared to average, which would be 5000 by now); and the news bullet has been seen probably close to 100,000 times at PESN, PESWiki and PureEnergyBlog.

What is totally astonishing to me is that I have not received even one offer or inquiry about this. Not one.  A few people responded, saying they wish they could help, but recent developments make that not possible. And a couple said they would donate.

I mused to my wife: "Why is it that those who are least able to help are mostly the only ones who do, and those who are most able to help, don't?" It seems to fit into the whole theme of these crazy transitional times where everything is up-side-down. 

Corruption is funded to the hilt, but endeavors for goodness are barely scraping by. We are seeking bring about solutions that can transform civilization, yet have trouble keeping our lights on.

My wife, who often watches Shark Tank, said that this doesn't surprise her at all. In today's world, those with a lot of money want absolute guarantees that they will get a return on their money, that will make them that much more wealthy. They'll not bat an eye about spending $20,000 on a purse, but they will not hand anything out to those who ask for some help.

I would add that too often, those who have a lot of money in today's world, also have a lot of pride, and pride blinds them to the reality of what is good and what is not. The humble, see free energy as an upcoming revolution, the next big thing, that will remove our dependence from the corrupt powers that be. The prideful see free energy as just a bunch of wishful thinking that will never go anywhere except to scam people.

In December, when I put out the hat to raise $12,300, the story was titled: PES Seeking Loan and Donations; yet all but $2000 of that came in the form of donations. That speaks well of our audience when it comes to chipping in for donations, but it puts a big question mark about why those with more money don't step forward to loan. I don't get it.

Early this morning, I got up at 3 am to send out an SOS petition to a select 14 of those 44 people I had approached last week. Here is what I wrote:

From: Sterling Allan 
To: *** 
Sent: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 4:16 AM
Subject: (urgent) request for donation or loan to cover tax due shortly

Hi *** ,

I got the tally from my CPA for the federal and state taxes I owe for 2012, due on March 15.

They are much higher this year, because PES received a lot of donations through the year; and because PES is not a tax-free organization, these donations are counted as "income", and thus are taxable.

Here is what PES owes:

Federal tax: $2,276
UT State tax: $760

We don't have money in our account to cover any of this.

Would you be willing to chip in?

I could offer you to pay you back when we get our personal tax refund (which hasn't yet been fully tabulate), as we expect to get at least that much back.

That will probably happen within 1.5 months.

Please advise, and thanks for your support.

| Sterling D. Allan, 
| New Energy Systems Trust (NEST), Founder
| (Pure Energy Systems) PES Network, Inc., CEO

| "The best news and directory service on the net 
| regarding cutting edge energy technologies."
| Profile: 
| Phone: +1-801-407-1292 (mountain time)
| Ephraim, Utah, USA

| "The government's job should be to protect freedom, not control our lives."

I just took this photo of Cheri making granola from scratch, to save money, using a 50-lb bag of oats she got in a case lot sale last week, one of the few things she bought on our thin budget. Just behind her elbow on the counter is the yummy split pea soup she made in the crock pot for tonight's dinner. There's a little left over if you want to come get a taste. Yeah, Cheri! What a wife!

Twelve house later, I haven't received a single response. Not one. Nothing. Nada. (Yes, I realize that most people don't sit in front of their computers all day long like I do.)

Meanwhile the clock is ticking on my bills that have to be covered for us to stay above water.

And my dear wife has gotten by on 1/10th the amount of spending for groceries so far this month. I am so fortunate to have someone as understanding and supportive as she is. That's why I was heading over to Morie Cloward's house the other evening (he's the one who told me about the Kapagen plans). He said he was getting rid of some food storage for an upcoming move. 

Another expense I didn't mention in that email, that I need to take care of before next Wednesday, when I'll be flown to Denver by Gaiam for another taping, is that I need to get my Acura inspected. I was pulled over a few days ago for having an expired safety inspection; and it's going to cost about $300-500 to get the car so it will pass. He just gave me a warning, because I'm in process of addressing it, but he said not to drive it in the mean time. It's the car I drive to the airport (2.5 hours away) so my wife has transportation while I'm gone. 

Let me repeat what I said in the "Leave me a Loan" story last week:

We Prefer Loans Over Donations

I am certain that not just one but several of these exotic free energy technologies are going to be materializing, hopefully sooner than later. Perhaps the reason they don't come sooner than they have is because our civilization is not yet ready for them, but that shift in consciousness is increasing. The more evil the powers that be become, the more people awaken to our awful situation and want to get involved in making a difference.

Rather than receive donations, we would prefer to receive loans that we can pay back with a good return as these exotic free energy technologies finally emerge. The larger the loan, the more we'll be able to facilitate the awakening and awareness of these alternatives, thus speeding their arrival.

The addict doesn't have to hit the wall before waking up and making the needed changes to his life to return to being a useful human being. Our society is like the addict. We're heading to total meltdown, but we don't have to. If there is enough of an awakening, we can turn things around before losing everything. I am a strong believer in the repentance clause of prophecy.

If we at PES can get a good-sized loan, then we won't need to be asking for donations from our audience, and they will be able to use their spare cash to support technologies of promise of their choice. They can vote with their dollars in the various crowdfunding petitions. I would much rather they do that than give us donations to keep our news, directory and networking service going, though we certainly appreciate their help when no loans have been forthcoming.

But, alas, it seems that no one in our audience is going to answer that call, so it's back to the donation hat.

Thanks for New Volunteers

By way of follow-up, I should mention that Richard Berry has stepped forward to help us build our store and advertising campaigns, so hopefully we'll be able to generate more revenue from those opportunities that I have let slip over the past two years. He will be sharing in that revenue, so hopefully it can become a career position, not just something he does on the side to help. Previously, he sold some $20 million dollars worth of space heaters. As evidence of his commitment, prior to contacting us, he had started a company named Free Energy Marketing. He's also going down to the Trilogy conference in Brazil where we'll be sharing a room. He's also going to help us with the NEST crowdfunding site for exotic free energy funding initiatives, to be launched March 20.

We also have someone, Andrew Riell, who will be hosting our FrontPage sites for free, because he believes in what we are doing. He's been a fantastic help in getting these sites migrated over -- not an easy task, but we're getting close to completion. FreeEnergyNews is now hosted there. He's been fun to talk to, as well, about FE stuff.

A Note About My Travels

I think maybe some of you think that because of all the traveling I do, I couldn't be hurting for money too badly.

Remember, though, that all of these trips are usually sponsored, typically by the group bringing me in. If anything, my out-of-pocket expenses are lower during these trips because I usually don't have to pay for groceries.

Allan = All-in

Some of you seem to be wondering why I'm putting so much confidence in the Yildiz magnet motor, when the general stereotype regarding him does not warrant such confidence.

In a conversation with a colleague about this the other day, obviously skeptical, he nervously asked, "Are you going all-in on this one?"

I responded: "I always go all in. Allin. Sterling All-in."

As I thought about it, I realized that this is actually very much part of my personality. I don't give things a mediocre effort. I give it my all. If I believe in something, I go all out for it, putting everything on the line for it if necessary, not worrying about my reputation, my finances, and other things that normally would hold someone back.

Briefly, to answer the question about Yildiz, let me give the following reasons that are part of why I am putting so much into this:

  • I believe magnet motors are possible. I've heard too many compelling stories to not want to give it a chance to prove out. The Perendev motor, that got me started in this whole free energy world, turned out to have been pirated from a Brazilian patent awarded based on a working magnet motor.
  • Yildiz' design appears similar to others I've encountered over the years that allegedly have worked.
  • The motor was demonstrated at several universities, and it wasn't Yildiz who had the demo stop; it was the professors, who thought it had run long enough to prove the point, but only later thought differently.
  • During the Delft University test, at the end of the test, the motor was taken apart so they could see the major components inside, though not enough to divulge the core secrets to how it worked.
  • Assistant Professor, Jorge Duarte, of Eindhoven University, has seen two separate demonstrations of the technology for more than five hours, continuous running, each time. 
  • I've been spending a lot of time on conference calls with Yildiz and Halil and others helping to coordinate this upcoming Geneva Inventors' expo, and a lot of information has been coming up (most of which I'm not a liberty to share yet) that supports his claim.
  • I don't think the Turkish patent office would have invited Yildiz to demonstrate his motor at the Geneva Inventor's conference if they thought it was a scam.
  • I have a lot of respect for Halil, who has been giving his all to helping Yildiz. He has witnessed the technology in operation, as well as another technology they are not yet releasing, which is phenomenal.
  • The psychic friends of mine who have been very accurate (not 100%, but pretty close) in their readings about a number of people I've asked them about, gave a thumbs up on Yildiz.

In the next few day's I plan to launch a crowfunding campaign to raise funds for my trip to be present at this Geneva expo. If I don't raise enough to cover my immediate expenses, I will not feel comfortable raising funds for that trip.

Meanwhile, Thanks for the Donations

Until we get a substantial loan, we need to somehow make it, so any donations that any of you can provide are greatly appreciated. Below is a synopsis of our present status, so you can gauge the level of need. Click here to donate. Note: PES is not a tax-free entity.

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Progress (thanks to all you who are helping)

Last updated: Wednesday, April 10, 2013 03:24:43 PM Mountain [GMT-7]

Mar. 13
Mar. 13; Alan M; UK; $20
Mar. 13; Richard M; US; $25
Mar. 13
Mar. 13; Jeff L; US; $20
Mar. 13; Bryce H; Australia; $10
Mar. 13
Mar. 13; Ryan A ; US; $30
Mar. 13
Mar. 14; John S; UK; $15
Mar. 14
Mar. 14; Thomas L; $5 (monthly)
Mar. 14; Ramesh M; US; $100

Mar. 14; Georg L; Germany; $20
Mar. 14
Mar. 14
Mar. 14; Jan O; $5 (monthly)
Mar. 14
Mar. 14; Mika T; Finland; $30
Mar. 14Mar. 14; Mark B; US; $15
Mar. 14; Tyler E; $5 (monthly)
Mar. 15; TBC; $5 (monthly)
Mar. 15; Steve B; US; $50
Mar. 15; Onongoo K; Mongolia; $100
Mar. 15; Stephan E; Germany; $25
Mar. 15; William Z; US; $10
Mar. 15; Steven S; US; $50
Mar. 15; William S; US; $50
Mar. 15; Fred H; US; $110
Mar. 15; Randy O; US; $50
Mar. 15; Mark G; Australia; $1950

Mar. 16; Joaquin G; $5 (monthly)
Mar. 16; Jason L; $10 (monthly)
Mar. 16; Andrew R; New Z; $150

Mar. 16; Samuel d; $15 (monthly)
Mar. 16; Hans K; Netherl; $100

Mar. 16; Kurt N; US; $25
Mar. 18; John R.; Australia; $200
Mar. 18; Jean-Pierre E; Switz.; $50

Mar. 19; David S; $5 (monthly)
Mar. 19; John W; $5 (monthly)
Mar. 19; Promo N; Norway; $100
Mar. 19; anon; Italy; $100
Mar. 19; Nikolay K; UK; $100

Mar. 21; Frank K; US; $40
Mar. 21; JPE; $10 (monthly)
Mar. 21; Anon; US; $200

Mar. 24; Дорофеев Е; $100 (monthly)
Mar. 24; Fred B; $25 (monthly)
Mar. 24; Thomas P; Germany; $10
Mar. 25; Daniel Z; Germany; $20
Mar. 25; Kurt S; Canada; $50

Subtotal: $4945
(This subtotal commenced March 13, 2013)

Status Blog

Here I will give you an update on where things are at for us. 

March 16, 2013; 7:45 pm MDT

You people are so awesome. Thanks a ton for pulling through for us. We are so going to make his worth your sacrifice!

March 14, 2013; 2:30 pm MDT

Thanks so much for chipping in, all who have done so.

I did find someone willing to loan $3000 for the short term, to be paid back when our personal tax refund comes in. Also, Serenata Flowers has stepped forward to sponsor PESN for $1000. 

The loan is a short-term patch, to carry us through, and will need to be paid back soon, so we appreciate your continued donations to help us stay afloat.

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See also

Page composed by Sterling D. Allan Aug. 24, 2010
Last updated April 10, 2013




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