Adelaide Branch

Welcome to the June edition of the newsletter. Continuing on from the item in the last newsletter, it should be obvious from the new heading to this newsletter that we are now an incorporated body. Until the first annual general meeting in July, an interim committee has been formed with Ashley as Chairman, Kevin as Treasurer and myself as Secretary. This is a welcome change for me so I may even get to talk to people on meeting nights instead of spending most of my time keeping the meeting running. I would like to thank Ashley and Kevin for putting in the effort in filling these positions.


This was the first "committee run" meeting, with us having to become a little more formal to comply with our incorporation requirements. The meeting started at 8 PM with 23 people eventually attending, while Jim, Dino and Michael all sent in their apologies for not being able to make it. There were actually two meetings running concurrently with the meeting proper being held inside, while Leon held an audience out in the garage working on the Adam's motor. Even though these people missed the meeting proper it was good to see some enthusiastic collaboration and experimentation being done. Meanwhile back at the meeting, Ashley had begun a description of how the meetings would now be run and Kevin gave a report on the new method of money collection. (stocking mask and gun) I then read out the correspondence received this month, which included the latest Crop Circle newsletter, info from the Victorian ASTRO, and a letter from the Sydney ASTRO group which was accompanied by a couple of videos and a Mu-MESON ARCHIVES flyer. Ashley then mentioned the idea of compiling a resource list, a subject which Randal had mentioned earlier in the evening, so that people within the group can access skills, equipment, etc. that they may not have. (more about this at the next meeting) It was then put to the meeting whether we should put information about the group in Adelaide esoteric book shops etc. to attract more people. This was not considered to be a good idea by the majority and was therefore canned. The chap with the magnet motor design did not front up but Cedric saved the day by telling us about his motor design and passed around his plans for those who were interested in looking at them. Allan then requested any information on Reich that anyone may have, to which Ashley replied that he should look under Peter's bed. (What was Ashley doing under Peters bed?) The discussion then went via self charging batteries, to atom bombs and whether they have to be on an earth grid point to explode, then back to reality with a request from Tony as to the availability of enamelled tinned copper wire. O'Briens was suggested as a starting point. Still on the subject of wire, Roger said that Mettalline Metals at Murray Bridge have rolls of nichrome wire of various sizes for those who may have a need for it. We then watched a short video on the work that people from the Melbourne University are doing on using a mix of hydrogen and petrol to run vehicles. This was followed by another one on an oven being developed which cooks by using 10Kw of light supplied by quartz halogen and infra red tubes. Finally the main feature was shown this being an hour of Phil Callahan and Dan Winter talking about bugs, antennae, trees and the Schumann field - a very interesting video. Cups of tea, coffee and biscuits followed mixed with lots of talking until the alarm went off and everyone was evicted at 12 O'clock (the new finishing time)



Lee has sent over information on their May and June meetings and a pre-warning of a Cold Fusion Conference in August featuring Chris Illert with his latest book Alchemy today Part 2, and Professor John Bockris from Texas A&M University. The monthly meetings are held at the Mu-MESON ARCHIVES (see information to the right), so it looks like things are really happening in this area, however their Adams motor group has come to a halt pending information from anyone who has a device working in over unity mode. Lee says they don't expect to have any more Adams motor group meetings in the foreseeable future.


Bob has let me know that the Melbourne group is on the verge of collapse due to a lack of someone to take over the running of the group. Bob is unable to continue in this role because of other commitments, and no one out of the membership has so far volunteered to take over this role. As an incorporated body must have a public officer, without this position filled the club must close. Lets hope that out of the 60 or so members they have got someone will come forward.


The following article is the third and final of a series by Ian on energy fields and in particular how trees affect our environment.

Ancient Wisdom

Over the millennia many civilisations have been aware of magnetic and electrostatic energies. Feng Shui is the science of energy and the art of placement that has been practiced in China for thousands of years and is still in use today. Geomancy is a science used by Freemasons for thousands of years and played a major design function in the cathedrals throughout Europe. This technology was also used to design St Peters Cathedral at North Adelaide. Australian aborigines are also aware of these energies and for thousands of years used song lines as a form of map and means of communication.

In Ireland the Celts built round towers to attract magnetic energy in to the soil. They were built from paramagnetic stone and filled to a tuned level with paramagnetic gravel. The tallest of these towers is 34 m high. Today a number of towers have been built throughout South Australia at sites including Jervois, Tintinara, and Port Wakefield. These modern towers have been designed using current research and technology and are much smaller than the Irish towers (2m to 4m high) but are more efficient. They are called Towers of Power. Their design attracts magnetism into the soil and air resulting in increased plant growth and a reduction of prickly weeds. These towers are more efficient than trees in attracting magnetic energy into the soil but don't perform the other functions that trees do.


In past years soil scientists have researched the chemical composition of the soil. Looking further into the atomic structure of these chemicals one can distil matter into its vibrationary elements. The magnetic and electrostatic fields directly influence these vibrationary elements and energise the soil and the organisms that grow in it. Current research now recognises the role trees play in attracting magnetic and electrostatic energy to earth to create a healthy living environment.

Our soils across the world are deteriorating at a rapid rate. More understanding is needed of how soil and plants interact together energetically so that food and a pleasant environment can be provided for future generations to live harmoniously together.

To put it simply, we just need more healthy trees growing in our environment.


This is the final article in this series on my experiences with fuel saving devices. This month I will demonstrate how I control the fuel and air going into the engine during over-run conditions. Firstly I must point out that this system will only work on vehicles with a manual gearbox and with an anti-dieseling solenoid fitted to the carburettor. It won't work on automatic vehicles as the RPM drops back to idle on over-run and so the sensor will not detect this condition.

The basic principle of operation is that on over-run (e.g. coasting down a hill) the fuel is switched off inside the carburettor by the anti-dieseling solenoid and an air solenoid is switched on allowing only air to be fed into the engine. The air is fed directly into the manifold so that no air flows through the carburettor. Thus the engine is fed air only allowing coasting conditions to use no fuel and not allowing a lean mixture situation to occur. The "black box" which does the controlling was developed out of needing to be able to control the fuel and air functions in a fuel vapour system I was experimenting with. In this configuration it had to sense the engine RPM and vacuum of the engine (with an automatic over-ride when the brakes were applied) to allow the correct combinations of fuel vapour and air solenoids to operate and thus feed the engine. When I removed this system from the vehicle, I then tried using the same electronics to control the anti-dieseling solenoid. The schematic circuit diagram below demonstrates how the unit is connected into the vehicles wiring system.

The parameters that the system works within are as follows:

(1) On over-run the anti-dieseling solenoid is switched off, and the air solenoid is switched on.

(2) Under 1200RPM or if the brakes are applied, the above condition (1) is over-ridden so that the fuel is turned back on and the air solenoid is turned off, even if the car is in the over-run mode.

(3) All other conditions of operation require the air solenoid to be off and the fuel to be on.

This system has worked extremely well over the last 18 months that I have had it installed, and in conjunction with the carburettor enhancer has given gains of around 10MPG. I would like to here from anyone else who has had good results from fuel savers to include in this newsletter, so let me know.



As mentioned in the last newsletter, Lubemobile no longer sell the LTM range of filters. LTM is trying to arrange another network of distributors, but until then all sales have to be made direct with their company in WA. The contact number is 09 356 5780 and the postal address is PO Box 867, Morely, 6062.


Michael has tracked down another brand of filter which operates the same as the LTM filter. Apparently this unit has been on the market for many years and is offering up to 80% saving on servicing costs, extension of engine life up to 3 times, and is able to filter out contaminants including water down to 0.1 microns without removing any of the goodness out of the oil. The remotely mounted canister contains a replaceable cellulose filter element and is plumbed into the engines oil system at the oil pressure switch the same as the LTM unit. They also recommend that the original oil filter be replaced every 12 months. It is slightly more expensive than the LTM unit with a filter for a 2 litre engine costing $165 and a fitting kit $54. The replaceable filter cartridges are the same price at $3. Michael should have further information at the next meeting or the FILTER 2000 people can be contacted by ringing a Mr Glazebrook on 1800 62 6899.


A recent item on the radio discussed the latest developments in solar cell manufacture being worked on at the NSW university. These cells , as used in the solar car race, are the most efficient in the world and are thinner than the average cell made today. The big development is that they have come up with a process which uses a less pure grade of silicon, enabling the cost to be reduced by up to 80%, thus making them cost effective for powering domestic housing. They estimate about 5 years of research, followed by another 5 years of tooling up for industry before the panels will be available as a mass production item.


At the April meeting a book titled Liquid Crystals by Peter Collins was left behind by someone. Nobody claimed it at the last meeting so if it belongs to YOU could you let me know.


Joe Takacs (Jim's brother) has a couple of electronic devices he manufactures and sells for the automotive field. Below are copies of his leaflets for the "Engine Watchdog" and the "Turbo Timer". For further information or sales contact Joe on 088 44 5244 or PO Box 727, Clare, 5453.


The next meeting will be held on the third Friday once again, at the usual time of 7.30 PM, the date being


The video for this meeting will be the Borderland Science version of


This video is one of the best practical videos I have seen in that it shows very clearly the equipment used to duplicate some of Tesla's work in this area - this one is not to be missed!!!!

The usual applies in that please bring $3.00 to cover video purchase and newsletter postage, and something for supper would be appreciated.

I hope to see you all at the next meeting !!!!