Bashar’s audio explanation of the antenna’s design

February 16, 2011 at 8:14 pm 11 comments

Okay so here’s an audio explanation of the antenna’s design.

Bashar’s audio explanation of the antenna design

To summarize what’s contained in the clip, here’s what’s discussed:

Tachyon energy:

The vibration of the particle we call tachyons vibrate at a frequency that allows it to operate as another dimension altogether.

Can we use tachyon energy to create electricity?

Yes you can, but you don’t really have to go beyond your own electromagnetic field to do this. You don’t have to tap into other dimensions of that kind of frequency when you have the electromagnetic field of your own planet that can supply you with all the electricity necessary.

Explanation of this antenna’s design:

This is one of the first devices that will allow us to tap into the earth’s electromagnetic field and convert it to energy.

Take a piece of heavy insulated copper wire.

Create a spiral going up in a cone shape and then another going back down through the first cone. Have the two cones connected.

In order to have any effect in your reality at all, this device must stand at least as large as the following dimensions: Must be able to fit precisely underneath an imaginary 3-sided pyramid that is 3 feet tall.

My notes:

So my understanding of what he’s saying is that the absolute minimum dimensions must be such that it can fit underneath a 3-sided pyramid, presumably a 3-foot tall equilateral triangle. It can be larger but this is the minimum size for it to work.

I did the math and that works out to an antenna that’s 1.98 feet tall with a base diameter of 1.174 feet. That said, this is the minimum and we can go larger. Given the fact that we need thousands of coils, we’ll need something larger than 2 feet tall.

The height to base diameter ratio is 1.688 : 1.

So, for example, a 5 foot tall antenna would have a base diameter of 2.96 feet.


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11 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Daniel  |  February 24, 2011 at 8:15 pm


    Bashar says “in order to have any effect in your reality, at all, this device as we have just described it must stand at least as large as the following dimension. It must be able to fit precisely underneath an imaginary 3-sided pyramid that is 3 feet tall.”

    To me this means that the height of the apex of the pyramid is 3 feet from its base. It seems you are interpreting his words to mean that the sides are 3-feet in length, which results in a height of less than 3 feet.

    Another question is whether only one of the 2 inter-penetrating cones needs to fit under the pyramid, or whether both together need to fit under it.

    In any case, since this is described as a minimum height, I would err on the high side and create each cone to be say 4 feet in height. Then the whole device would need a pyramid of around at least 8 feel in height for the whole thing to fit underneath it.

  • 2. Chuck  |  March 31, 2011 at 7:28 am

    Some thoughts about the Bashar Free Energy Antenna:

    1. Coils can mean “thin” magnetic wire. I could imagine a 3-foot tall cone with Tesla-coil like winding… not these big copper pipes. The former has less resistance yes, but not so many turns. If LARGE inductance is wanted, there is a balance to be struck between inductance and resistance.

    2. A foil or metalic outer cover as a tetrahedron cover would offer a very nice TRANSMITTER of the electric fields from the bashar coil. Watch some of Dr. Stiffler’s stuff on coherent fields. They are EASY to tap into with nearby circuits that tune to the same resonant frequency. You can do this with an high-voltage oscillator, low current, low power, feeding to those pans you cook turkeys in. But a tetrahedron offers a nice multi-dimensional shape, sending these fields in all directions using flat surfaces, not spherical.

    3. The 3-foot tall requirement might be so that the base of the cone has a large enough diameter for electrons to emit a low enough use-able frequency. If the APEX is a frequency equal to infinity. A diameter of 11.56 inch is 36.32in circumference, which is approx. 325Mhz as the electron spins around that largest circumference. Speed if light in copper is 95% slower though so maybe 308Mhz. Anyway, could it possibly be receiving wide-band — many frequencies … spinning them down slower and slower … and then back to apex?

    4. I get this definite intuitive feeling that PHI might be important here. If you were to look down on the cone from the apex, should the coiled wire look like a PHI spiral? Certainly nature works that way, as if the e-fields and g-fields motivate plant life and shell life, etc. to follow the field lines. So one additional mathematical elegance that might be needed here is to calculate the path of the wire down the cone so as to conform to the PHI spiral. I could be wrong about this … but it sounds good. The math is tricky.
    Any takers?
    My other reason for this is as follows.
    Capacitance in the wires change with proximity.
    When nearing the base, and largest circumference, it might make sense for the inter-loop distances to be larger … and gradually get smaller and smaller as you approach the apex. This varying capacitance up the coil will alter the equation here making it non-linear. Inductance is changing up toward apex … so why not capacitance too?
    DC cannot travel through capacitance.
    I think an integral might be needed to calculate summation
    of all the inductance’s and capacitance’s up the cone.

    Additional questions:
    * does putting this thing inside not work as well because the signal is attenuated by your house?

    * Would it be “not wise” to touch it will its operating? Are there high-voltages involved … or large currents?

    * Is there a gravity distortion near it?

    * Will it be cold or will the wires get warm depending upon load?

    * What gauge wire to use?

    * How many turns minimum on 3-foot coil?

    * Does orientation mater? Can it be lying on its side or subject to motion?

    * Does the power vary depending upon orientation within the cosmos — sources of gamma radiation, etc.?

    Fun fun….

    • 3. Ariel  |  April 1, 2011 at 1:43 am

      Great points. Let’s go through them one by one. πŸ™‚

      1) Thin wire is what my previous designs used, but how would we get it to hold its shape? Even the soft copper tubing, much stronger than thin copper wire, doesn’t support its own weight. We’d probably have to go to a stronger material, like what they use in springs. It’s something a professional would have to fabricate. I don’t think it something that we can do by hand with materials from Home Depot. :p

      2) Thanks for the suggestion about Dr. Stiffler’s stuff! Seems like there’s a number of different researchers that people are pointing to. πŸ™‚

      3) Really great suggestions about the electrons moving through the copper. I like that you’re getting some numbers for all this!!

      4) What I find confusing is that I was originally thinking that the cone would be more of a traditional isosceles triangle shape. If we try to fit it into a phi ratio, we get more curvy cones. They’re no longer triangular and I’m not sure how easy it would be to hit that 33 degree apex mark Bashar told us to aim for.

      As for your additional questions, fun fun indeed!! πŸ˜€

      Thanks for your comments, Chuck! πŸ™‚

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  • 6. Chuck  |  March 31, 2011 at 7:36 am

    btw, someone above posted

    > The height to base diameter ratio is 1.688 : 1.

    But what if the ratio is suppose to be
    PHI = 1.618. That certainly would be more elegant.

    • 7. Ariel  |  April 1, 2011 at 1:36 am

      It would be more elegant if it was 1.618 and that number does look oddly similar, but that 1.688:1 ratio comes from the specific 33 degree angle that Bashar gave us.

  • 8. Peter Clarkin  |  April 16, 2011 at 6:41 am

    I there,
    I have just had a cone made, so could I join in the discussions here as I move on further with it.?

  • 10. Chuck  |  April 21, 2011 at 9:27 am

    I would like to share with you all the videos I’m working on related to the Bashar STA investigation.

    • 11. Ariel  |  April 22, 2011 at 10:42 pm

      This is great stuff, thank you! πŸ™‚ I’m learning a LOT by watching your videos. πŸ™‚


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