Have anyone ever tried resonating a Bifilar pancake coil and placing a normal pancake coil in front of it? What was your experience? Was more power drawn from the resonant bifilar coil when the normal coil was on load?

Also can anyone help me with the schematics of finding the resonant frequency of a bifilar coil? Something like this https://youtu.be/MgAF8MxS7Rg

I'm new to resonance but from the little I could gather, I believe over unity can be gotten if resonance is applied correctly.

Surprised you are not getting more responses here. These guys should be experts in EM resonance work.

When you add a load off a resonant circuit it creates a phase shift between voltage and current pushing the circuit out of resonance and dropping the power level again. So the resonant powering circuit must be retuned each time you change the load current.

This problem however can be corrected using geometry rather then capacitance tuning.

This is the purpose of coils appearing at 90 degrees to one another. If wired in series they will realign the out of phase components and put them back together. The 90 degree phase shift can be corrected without capacitance losses.

Further more if the ratio of turns between the two coils at 90 degrees matches a fractal of the Electron Proton ratio we can inject added energy into the circuit, drawing its power from the E/P interaction of nature that creates and sustains the Hydrogen atom.

It is probably good to take a course in electronics, you will find sections on DC circuits, then AC circuits and resonance and be introduced to all the classical formulas. At this point then you can take the technology further to include vibration energy from the Quantum Field Fabric.

It is however important to realize when you are seeing something new, as opposed to what is already well known.

In your experiments there, it may appear you are getting free energy, but that is not likely the case at this point.

The large mass of copper resonating with the capacitor will always change the wave into a nice sine wave, and a scope would be used to measure this.

It is critical to use a scope to tell exactly what your circuit is doing to the EM energy. Nature always attempts to restore the wave to a sine wave at a frequency of natural resonance in copper medium.

However as I stated if you begin to change the load current you will quickly discover the problem with trying to keep powering circuits running at resonance. The best one can get is a 1 to 1 cop using normal circuits.

The spherical transformer, opens the door to adding a Tempic field vibration component that can boost voltage by 4x by adding energy to the T field at 90 degrees to the E and M fields. Increase the power, and use "mechanical or geometric resonance."

The electrical grid is designed to work with power applied to it externally, and the design is always entropic with no knowledge of mass vibration, or geometric phase correction.

Good luck, your work is great! And your curiosity is the correct path to get outside the box.

Dave L