The second Magravs Power unit, I purchased is the Home Power Unit.
It comes with Swiss Electric Plugs. It would be more logical if the units were shipped with standard European plugs, or British plugs. There is a printed manual included, but I found a more up to date manual on the Keshe Foundation site.
The plugs are marked manually with a marker pen, which is supposed to be the “live” or “hot” wire. This can be measured with the enclosed phase meter
I measured the electricity from the socket. The left wire is “live” and the right wire does not give any indication.
According to the manual, it is important to leave the polarisation of the Magrav Power Unit and the connected devices always the same, in order to make sure that the nano particle coating will be consistent.
Now, I will need to change the connectors on my Magravs Power Unit and start conditioning the wiring in my home. Apparently it will take several weeks before you will see some results in power saving.
I was just searching around and found an FAQ page of the Keshe Foundation:
Can I connect the Magravs Car Unit to my electric car (Tesla, Nissan Leaf, etc.)?
Monday 25th of April 2016
When one of the first power systems was developed, it was done to interface with an electric scooter and maintain the batteries so that no further recharging was required. However, since then, the home and (petrol/diesel)car units have taken priority and we are not able to say if the Magravs Car Unit will function as you expect it to in an electric car. It might, but at this time, it cannot be confirmed. In time to come, a unit OR instructions specifically for electric vehicles should be released. It would be advisable to wait until then.
I have a Nissan Leaf and a Magravs Car Power Unit. I would like to connect it with a straight connection. In the manual it states that you have to connect it to the Manifold, but Leaf is electric. Where is the best way to connect the – connector?
I bought a second hand Nissan Leaf about December last year. I live on top of an 800 meter high mountain and if I am lucky, I can drive downtown and back two times without charging. Downtown is about 8km away, so that is 32km. Recently I drove to the airport, which is about 50km away, when I reached there, I had only 8km of electricity left in the battery, so I had to find a charging station. Fortunately there are a lot of free Nissan charging points, so I had my free electricity and free coffee, and within 30 minutes charging, I could drive back to the city where I live.
So, now I want to put my Magravs Power in my Leaf.
I noticed there is some space behind the battery
So, I managed to wriggle the Magravs Car Power into the space behind the battery.
There are two ways to connect the Magravs Car Power to the car.
One is to connect is simply to the cigarette lighter, but the manual states:
Please note that this method may not be as effective as hard-wiring the Magravs Car Unit to your vehicle
The second option is hard wiring
The question is: “Where to connect the intake Manifold Grounding Point?” Leaf is an electric car, so there is no Manifold.
Apparently, the Magravs do not work just out of the box, but need to be conditioned. For the car unit, it seems to be quite straightforward, simply connect the two wires to your car battery and leave it there. As a result, the wiring of your car will be nano coated and the car is supposed to be running more efficiently.
There is a warning in the manual:
Please read ALL the instructions below before connecting your Magravs Power Unit to your household socket. Exceeding the recommended loads at EACH stage during the conditioning period may cause the unit to be rendered inoperative and therefore fall outside the scope of manufacturer’s warranty.
So, I will start reading now and make sure, I understand everything, before I lose the manufacturer’s warranty.
Magrav is an electric device that can reduce the electricity bill in your house. It is a unit that you plug into your wall socket and and you can plug in household electric devices into the Magrav. The result is promised to be that the electricity needed for your electric device, will be generated by the Magrav devise and no power is required from your wall socket.
Peswiki is not very optimistic about the workings of the Magrav. as to date: April 2016, there have been no working Magrav reports on the Internet.
Customer receives Keshe Magrav, initial output is same as input
We’re still coming up empty either on finding reports of purchased and received Magrav systems that produce excess energy, or of replications of these systems per the plans, which produce excess energy. How long is the “conditioning” period?
Since around July of this year, the Keshe Foundation has been selling (taking pre-orders) a “Magrav” system that they claim can power your house; and a similar one that can power your car. At first, the price was €500 Euros, plus they were requesting a €300 Euro donation to be paid (as a bribe) to the government of the country to which the unit would be shipped, to keep them happy. But because people were not paying the “donation” as part of the order, they changed the wording to “mandatory donation,” which is a contradictor misnomer, kind of like “pregnant virgin,” or, to get political, “Federal Reserve” (not federal, and not reserve).
About a month ago, Keshe announced that the orders had begun to be shipped, and that the customers would begin receiving their systems.
I ordered my unit in December 2015 and received it in January this year. It is still in the box, but I will start “conditioning” the device and will report my progress on this blog.
For years, I have been following free energy movements on the Internet. Most people may think free energy is all conspiracy theory musing, since there is no scientific proof that you can generate energy out of nothing. Perhaps our science is wrong.
If you want to follow the trends of free energy, the best website is PesWiki.
So, I just installed wordpress to vent my thoughts to the Internet!
The title was already there: “Hello World”. Well, if that is so easy to talk to the world, then be it.
I am starting to blog a few of the things that catch my interest. It is going to be a long journey. Many thoughts, many topics… One of the first obstacles is to learn how to use WordPress, so that is why I just start typing away.