Part 4 – Keshe Foundation First Public Teaching Workshop March 5th 2013


If people look into second hand shops and scrap-yards, they can make these systems for themselves. What do you call it…pressure cooker… I picked up here. I was hoping to modify that; to use that… Yes, you can buy this, it’s about fifty to sixty dollars, these cylinders… Mine was five bucks, at the Salvation Army! Hahaha! That’s where I get all my good things! It’s surprising…I walk through the Salvation Army looking for Plasma Reactor parts, you know… I’ve done that as well, don’t worry! …I spent an hour um, LadyDragon knows, she called me…I was at the refrigeration supply place yesterday, and we talked for about an hour while I was wandering around there looking at all the neat things. Like, I was lusting after a vacuum gage that costs about $300, for example. Well, the thing is, this is what I do in my writing, and I always explain, there is enough material around the world, that even in Africa, if people look into second hand shops and scrap-yards, they can make these systems for themselves. That’s right…that’s very encouraging, and you know, what changed my life a few months ago was when I heard you say something about…that there will be people making these reactors in their garages! And that to me, that’s kind of what I do, I’m an inventor and mechanic and so on, that’s what I’ve always done, so that was so invigorating, and so much of a grand idea to me, that it might be that simple, you know, that it isn’t really, “Rocket Science”! It’s actually simpler than rocket science. But it’s still very exact. Rocket science belongs to Nasa. The Space Ship Program belongs to the people in their homes. That’s right, exactly. I have a quick question… Yes? Okay, I will turn on the video for a moment… This…I don’t know if you can see it… Yes! This is a container from balloon gas, I have one pipe going to the bottom, and the other pipe is going to the same top. And I was planning to fill it half way with water in order to discharge the reactor inside. No, no, no, no. Don’t use any liquid, because the vapour goes back into the reactor and causes all sorts of problems with you. Once you extract the gases from your core, the minute it hits the wall of the cylinder as you have, it releases its energy into it, that’s it. But it has an advantage, when you use a cylinder like you have. Whenever you want to create vacuum, you go out and start the pump, in your case, Rick. You have to turn the pump on every time you use it to want to create a vacuum. Right. With a double chamber, even it is to outside, you always have vacuum as a reservoir, you just open it, and its there. You don’t need to use your vacuum pump. You see, when you use a molecular vacuum pump, these are timed. Because they can get damaged, molecular vacuum pumps, very easily. And they even have a timer on them, how much you’ve used them. So, by keeping a reservoir of vacuum, or two reservoirs; one for discharge and one for charging, you always have a reservoir ready, and you don’t put so much pressure on your pumps. Right. The turbo… the way I understand it, the turbo-molecular pump, it can’t take regular atmospheric pressure, it has to have a roughing pump, similar to what I have here, in order to bring it down to vacuum first, and then you use the turbo-molecular. The turbo-molecular is always next to the roughing pump, together. The roughing pump comes on, takes you to to minus 1 or whatever, and then to minus 2 or 3, and then the molecular comes in to take the last bits out. Even when we use the molecular pumps, and you think you still have a total vacuum, in the chamber there are millions of atoms still left behind, gases. I understand that the hydrogen and helium, the lighter gases, are the hardest to get out. They tend to stick around in there. You can use them. You don’t need to get rid of them. You can use them. That’s what I was thinking…they would be what remains. Yes. What you do, is you try to unify the atoms in your container. What this means is, instead of having… When you do the first vacuum, you pull out a lot of things… there is all helium, nitrogen, whatever CO2 in the inner cylinder… but there is still some of them left. What I always do, before I start a test, I feed in three or four times, hydrogen. When you feed in hydrogen, you reduce…then you vacuum it, then you put hydrogen in a second time and you vacuum it. And then you reduce the, you minimize the, contamination of any other atoms but, if, for example, you are using plastics or glass, even metals, in the condition of the vacuum, releases part of the material which is in the construction, in the structure. So contamination through the wall of your core is a natural process. So, you have to build up this layering that you push heavy material or heavy gases or any change of composition in the structure of your reactor, not to come in touch with the plasma. Do you understand what I am talking about? Now, is part of that, the way I understand it, is having a copper reactor helps with that a lot because of the when the magnetic field of the plasma gets close to the wall of the copper reactor, it will tend to repel, because of induction, magnetic induction forces involved… We have plastic reactors… So, does the plastic repel the plasma, or is it just the combination of gases inside that are correct for an insulator…? You use the gases as a shielding as a containment. You have a solid containment of the plastic… One of the best things to use is carbon… If you can get carbon gas… Carbon gas, yeah? Yeah? And the carbon is very it’s a specifically… some places it’s very easy to get… I haven’t heard of carbon gas, that’s an interesting idea… I produce it. I’ve been producing it myself. Okay. This is the structure of… You work with the CO2, as you buy to carbonates the drinks. Yeah, yeah. And through a specific process, you separate your carbon, and there is another method which I show on the internet, quite a lot of people don’t understand, is through the Coca-Cola bottle. That’s the easiest way to do. Then you use your carbon for, what do you call it… It behaves as a conductor and a resistor at the same time. Depends on what vacuum condition you put on your central core. CO2, Now, this wouldn’t work with straight CO2 or, I have welding gas for my MIG welder, which is CO2 plus argon. You can use that, we have done that. But the thing is, if you use CO2, Then you end up with O2 in there? And with the hydrogen, you get moisture in your reactor. You get the connect force of moisture, and then if you get to the positions, you find out a lot of your valves, externally, between the core and pump, they start rusting internally. Oh yeah. This is somewhere where the condensation becomes vacuum to water. It took me a long time to discover why I was losing my valves! You create a condition of rust very quickly in those positions. So, these are little, little things that you learn by experience , and you try to find out why you get to these positions, because you run your vacuum pump, and you don’t get to vacuum. Yes, well last week we discovered about using water. We put water in our vacuum chamber, and high voltage, just to see what would happen there, and the vacuum pump oil got contaminated really quickly. It’s got all foggied, and sort of yucky looking, so, I changed it. Had to change the oil in the vacuum pump. It oxidizes, because it takes in the moisture from the the oxygen from the water. Right. You have to keep away, all the time, from combination gases, gases which can combine to give you new matters. In some cases, you deliberately create the conditions to create new materials. So what would some gases be that would be true contaminates? Like would oxygen would be an obvious one that would tend to… You don’t touch oxygen. You wouldn’t want to have even the C “O2” part of the CO2, so CO2 wouldn’t be a good idea probably. No. These are the things you have to learn by experience. And if you always… you know, I do this all the time, the last barrier before your vacuum pump, has to be micro-filters. That the stop any new material built in your reactor, any moisture, to be absorbed. Yeah? So, these things get created even in the pipes. If you understand the structure, you can allow, in part of your pipes, while you run your test, to create protein. You know the glow you saw in your pipes? Yes? The what… in the pipe? You know you said you could see glow. Yes. Right. Yeah, in the pipe between the vacuum and the chamber, You can create conditions around your reactor, that in different sections you produce different materials. Yeah? Inside? You produce liquid, you produce matter, and if you can feed in part of your pipe, a specific condition of gases, you can produce protein. This is what we’ve done in Tehran. Because we understood, we understand the structure. But now, scientists like you have to to test to come up with different ways of doing it. The way I say in my patent, I cover every aspect of it. The way you see you do your reactor, or Ludmil does his reactor a different way… there are as many different types of creating the same effect as there are stars in the universe. Hmmm, that’s a great way to put it! Do you understand? Not only my way is the correct way. The way I explain it, is a general way to approach and to reach. So if you change it slightly, you get an earth condition, you get water. You change it in a slightly different way, you get liquid something else, or you get gold. This is what we try to explain, in deeper space, we don’t build different reactors, for producing different materials, we use different POSITIONS of the reactor to produce different materials. This is a misconception, a misconception which I see a lot of people do when they read my patent. So, if you want energy of the protein, you go closer to your core. You want less, you go further out. And that energy is always there….energy is magnetic field in motion. You have to decide in your reactor, in what strength you want to be, and then you calibrate your reactor core, that this position gives me protein level, this level, gives me copper core, and then when you tap into it, when you extract it, it gives you different material. Material production in the Universe is that way.

6 thoughts on “Part 4 – Keshe Foundation First Public Teaching Workshop March 5th 2013

  1. I am very pleased with the interview of Mr. Keshe, but sometimes I can not
    understand the words, it would be possible get them written?
    Please continue, the world is anxiously awaiting the words of Mr. Keshe.
    Philip

  2. The English captions are now up for this movie, and are on the other parts 1-3. Click on the CC icon to bottom right of the movie screen. Other language translations are currently being worked on.

  3. From 7:40 – 8:40. Carbon can only exist as a gas at temperatures over 3700 degrees Celsius in a perfect vacuum, 4700 outside a vacuum. Below those temperatures it quickly condenses. If your reactor is built from plastic (or any metal for that fact) it wont last long with a 4000 degree insulating gas around it. this is nonsense,

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