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Energy Pumping Action


Once unlike atoms of the Water Molecule (210) separates into its component gases by way of Electrical Polarization Process (160), the newly liberated and subsequently free floating hydrogen (77 a/b), oxygen (76), and dissolved air gases (97) (see WFC memo 420 DA Figure 325) submerged in water bath ( 68) are further subjected to pulse-voltage stimulation ( SS' / RR ' _ IT ' / UU ' ) ... exerting Electrical Pressure of opposite polarity on the atomic level, as illustrated in Figure (5-1) as to Figure (5-2) and Figure (5-8).

Figure (5-1)image-1702347440651.png Figure (5-2)image-1702347456919.png

Figure (5-8)image-1702347478942.png

Applied voltage fields (66-El/67-E2) causes and forms both opposite attraction forces (ST - ST') and (RU - RU') across exposed Hydrogen Atom (77) since the negative charged hydrogen electron (1) is attracted and deflected toward stationary positive voltage field (66);

...while, simultaneously, positive charged hydrogen proton (3) (Hydrogen Nucleus) is attracted and moved in opposite direction toward stationary voltage field (67)

... causing elongation of the orbital path of moving electron (1)

... changing the time share rate of the electron

... applying and superimposing electrical tension (4) onto opposite attraction force (AA') that exist between the negative charged orbital electron (1) and positive charged Proton (3)

... which, in sequence, applies and superimposes electrical tension (5) unto opposite attraction forces (ZZ') that exists and occupies space between proton particles masses (6a xxx 6n) and Energy Aperture (7).

Interlocked together, the resultant "Electrical Tension of Forces" (4/5) is directly related to Voltage Intensity (ST - ST' / RU - RU' ) of applied voltage fields (66/67) which is variable as to applied voltage amplitude ( Vo xxx ). Increasing voltage amplitude ( xxx Vn) still further increases electrical tension (4 / 5 ) being applied to Energy Aperture (7) or vice versa.

image-1702273184697.pngThis established increase or decrease in Electrical Pressure (4 / 5 ), now causes Energy Aperture (7) to either enlarge or become smaller as to applied voltage amplitude (VO xxx Vn), respectively.

Once applied voltage pulse of opposite polarity (66/67) is terminated during pulse off-time, then Energy Aperture (7) automatically adjusts to maintain a given energy level since each aperture oscillation (aperture expansion) emits a discrete amount of Universal Energy (9) into proton (3) via energy pathway (ZZ'), as illustrated in Figure (5-1).

Repetitive pulsing of applied voltage fields (66/67), now, oscillates Energy Aperture (7) to emit even a greater amount of Universal Energy (9a xxx 9n) into the energy spectrum of the proton nucleus (3) to be absorbed ... thereby, increasing the energy level of hydrogen atom still further .... deflecting hydrogen electron (1) to a higher energy state, as illustrated in (520) of Figure (5-3).


The resultant energy state of increase is directly related to applied pulse voltage frequency at a predetermined Voltage level. Likewise, liberated oxygen atom (76) and other dissolved air gases (97) submerged in water bath (68) undergo and experience similar Energy Pumping Action (520) (aperture oscillation) of their respective Energy Aperture (11a xxx 11n) when exposed to voltage stimulation (66/67), as further illustrated in Figure (5-2).


In this phase of application, opposite attraction force (BB') provides a energy transfer path (12) to each respective proton (3a xxx 3n) from energy aperture (11) which is centrally formed during proton grouping ... establishing nucleus (14) of Figure (5-2).