The Core of the QEG arrived in Aouchtam on Thursday night late. By Friday mid-day the QEG Workshop was humming with activity.
The photo on the left shows the four quadrants of the Core. Two sections are considered “primary” or the parts that will produce resonance frequency. The other two sections are called “secondary” and produce output frequency. The Core contains over 300 individual steel plates that are 17.5 1000th of an inch thick, stacked one upon the other and then wrapped in “inverter-duty” grade 10-guage wire. The white covering is additional insulation material. You can see the wrapped wire under this covering. What the Team learned in Taiwan was that the QEG is a high-voltage, low-current generator. They had thought it was the other way around. With this new understanding — that power as high as 25,00 volts could be produced with this device, an third form of insulation (a specific kind of epoxy) was distributed through the wrapped wire by creating a vacuum at one end and “sucking” the epoxy material evenly through the wrapped wires. This extra insulation is a first-time addition to the assembly process.
The next step was to tip the 150 pound device on it’s side, so that other parts and pieces could be added. It then looked like this.
Jamie then held the shaft/rotor mechanism within the Core to make sure that the spinning rotor would not touch the metal parts of the Core. He was satisfied with the fit.
On to the next step of preparing the two “Jack Stands” that would support the QEG and hold it all together. Here is the back Jack Stand, drilled for bolts and fitted with a bearing to hold the shaft.
The back Jack Stand was bolted to the Core.
It took two easy, graceful days to get to this point. A small challenge developed at this stage when it was discovered that “locking” the bearings to the shaft was going to require the perfect tool and just the right finesse by someone who knew exactly what they were doing. In layman’s terms — it was a tight, awkward maneuver and usually you’d expect a lot of groaning and swearing.
However, I bore sacred witness to the fact that NOT ONE iota of tension or frustration resulted from this discovery. The five “brothers” who attended the Queege at this point, continued on in a space of GENTLENESS and KINDNESS, quietly addressing the challenge, finding the right tool (a very long screwdriver in this case) holding the light and finally, “locking down the bearing” as if it were the most natural part of their everyday routine. Kudos to all you beautiful brothers. It was awesome to witness this.
I want to share my personal experience, as I sat and watched the process late in the afternoon on Saturday. I felt that I was part of an ancient tradition of sitting in attendance for a birth within a tribe or small village. I was an elder, related to the “baby” being born through my membership in the tribe — we are Family. There was an air of reverence, anticipation and so much HEART in the room. Here is a photo of some of the others who were holding space for the Queege on the afternoon of Saturday, April 26, 2014.
By evening, the QEG was fully assembled and then the next step was to connect her to the motor that will be used to get her started. Yes, it takes electricity to make electricity — in the beginning. Eventually, we’ll have a “looping system” but the motor gets us going to start.
Here’s what it all looks like together.
That’s where we are so far. The next step will be to “fire her up” and go for “resonance” — visible, measurable output of power! Literally, the light bulbs will light up! It looks like we’ll be doing that right after lunch today. We solicit your prayers and conscious support as we do this — KEEP ‘EM COMING!
We have young people with us with advanced degrees in electrical engineering, people who brought sophisticated equipment with them, capable of documenting precise measurements of electric power. We also have those with hands-on experience in various realms of hard science and mechanical engineering. And we have folks (Jamie and Nick among them) who are non-credentialed engineers who are following their passion and are here to fulfill a life-long dream of bringing free energy to the planet. Below are a few other precious moments from our last two days together.
Just to be clear — this is NOT any kind of official, technical operating manual for the QEG. That part is also being done by those who have particular expertise in technical writing and illustrating, as well as vidiographers, who are making documentaries and training videos. My version could be titled “QEG Assembly for Dummies.” Please share it anyway.
BIG SMILES ~ ~ ~ BIG HUGS ~ ~ ~BIG ENERGY ~ ~ ~ BIG LOVE