I have not even gotten any verification that my Magrav Power yields any energy savings. In the mean time Keshe is launching a new Plasma Generator.
This is the OFF-GRID Magravs-Power Plasma Generator!
Magravs-Power Plasma Generators are now on sale as per the 118th Knowledge Seeker Workshop.
The system was shown powering multiple appliances with no support from the main power grid of the house. It was advised, during the workshop, that the systems have a maximum output of 3 KW. It is not within warranty to go beyond the maximum, however, independent testing is encouraged.
More information can be found on the 118th Knowledge seekers workshop, and provided when more information is available via this page.
The offered version is CE certified. 2 Years Warranty. Choose your plug type in the drop down menu below.
The product is shipped within 90 DAYS from the PAYMENT confirmation. *Actual products may differ in appearance to images shown
(plus shipping & taxes)
It is definitely not cheap. If you calculate that the tax must be 20% and shipping on top of that the price comes to € 2,274.80
It is supposed to be running without a power source. Here is Mehran Keshe explaining it in a video.
I have been connecting my Magravs Home Unit to the power outlet for a week, so now it is time to put the first load, which according to the manual should be a non resistive load of maximum 20W.
Day 4 – Day 7
On Day 4, connect a small LED desk lamp, rated 20W or less, to the Magravs Power Unit and allow this to run continuously, 24 hours a day, for another 4 days (Day 4 – Day 7.)
1. It is important to note that resistive loads, such as but not limited to electric heaters, motors with carbon brushes, incandescent light bulbs and battery/cell phone/mobile chargers, should not be connected to the Magravs Power Unit;
2. This is to allow the Magravs Power Unit to send and receive power at the plasmatic nano-coated level, and not at the metal copper-matter level – remember, the key to Magravs technology is in the nano-coating of your household copper wires via the Magravs Power Unit;
3. Exceeding the above recommendation at this stage may cause the unit to be rendered inoperative and therefore fall outside the scope of manufacturer’s warranty.
I found a 100 lumen LED lightbulb of 13 Watt, so that should be perfect for the job.
I will connect the lightbulb for a week or so, and then we will see.
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.
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.