Even if you didn’t attend the Renaissance Free Energy Conference earlier this month in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, you can still buy a DVD from R-Charge.com to benefit from the learning that took place.
For instance, one of the most complete and fascinating lecture/demos I’ve seen was at the conference. John Bedini demonstrated, step-by-step, how even novices can make an ion-transferring crystal power cell that lights up L.E.D.s (light-emitting diodes) bright enough to read by. The cell has been described as an electrical power source that’s just won’t quit. All you need to do to keep it working is to occasionally top it up with water.
Along with John Hutchison and other researchers around the world, John Bedini has done extensive experimentation on homemade power cells. It’s not a new quest; he’s been learning about the properties and the combining of minerals since childhood and later on his website had written about Nathan Stubblefield’s “Earth Cell Battery of 1898. Stubblefield had wanted to call it the Electromagnetic Induction Amplifier.
Much more recently, online discussions such as the Energetic Forum have been discussing “earth batteries.”
It looks like Bedini has perfected the power-cell technology into an easy to duplicate, reliable recipe (forgive my female choice of wording), and he freely shared all the secrets of how to put it together.
The audience was given opportunities to get out of their chairs, line up in the aisles toward the front of the room and file past the hot plate and the copper hemisphere and the ingredients at various points in the process. Ingredients include ordinary borax for cleaning the blackened copper, and powdered alum – used by your grandmother in home canning of pickles – and a chunk of magnesium.
What are such low-power but long-lasting crystal cells good for? For one, they could replace solar yard lights that don’t always work. If these homemade power cells dry out, a few seconds of turning on the lawn sprinkler should supply enough moisture to recharge them, or even morning dew.
The cells can be connected and enhanced with a special circuit, and thus produce more meaningful amounts of power. Bedini mentioned emergency communications as one of the applications if and when power lines are knocked out.