Adding a Crystal for Amplification

January 17, 2010 at 8:41 am 3 comments

One idea that was recently channeled down through a friend of mine during a discussion about this antenna was to add a crystal to the antenna for amplification.

There’s a wikipedia entry for crystal radios which discusses coiling copper wire around a crystal for, what do you know, tapping into electromagnetic energy.

Does anyone know more about this?

A few questions I have include:

  • What types of crystals are used? Quartz, perhaps?
  • Does the size and shape of the crystal matter?
  • Does the coil have to be physically touching the crystal?

I’m guessing the crystal has to be inside the coils. I wonder if it would do a better job if it was a double cone shape, basically forming an inner structure or shell for the coil to be wrapped around, or if it should be somehow suspended within the coil somewhere.


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  • 1. zcqw4a1  |  August 12, 2015 at 2:31 am

    I was at Bashars channeling in Las Vegas on June 13th, 2015, and someone asked him about using gold covered crystals as an source of free energy. Bashar’s advice for him was to cover the crystals all the way around with gold instead of just parts of it.

  • 2. gary  |  November 6, 2016 at 2:23 pm

    you ever heard of the utron. its what powers the otc-x1 spacecraft and allows it to levitate, teleport and become trans-dimensional. its a double shaped cone also. I’m sure if you where to wrap it with a coil the magnetic field would be amplified


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