Angelo Daul reports success with Magrav replicationRomanian replicator has posted a video showing his MaGrav system doing some very unusual things. He shows the watt meter on the wall outlet indicating a LOWER watt level AFTER he turns on a television plugged into the system. His description reads: "Proof of power reduction from ~ 107W to 34 W after 10 days of conditioning!"
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(Repeat from our Nov. 26 article.)
Since around July of this year, the Keshe Foundation has been selling (taking pre-orders) a "MaGrav" system, created by a Keshe student from Nigeria named Alekz. They claim that this system can power your house; and a similar one that can power your car, using some kind of "plasma" principle that is far outside the realm of how we typically think of electricity operating. This allegedly includes the ability to create substantial power in very small wires.
At the end of October, they published the plans for how to make one of these. But so far, no one seems to have been able to get the system to operate like Alekz, or even producing any excess energy. Break-even has been the standard result. At least I've not been made aware of any.
Then, in November, they recalled all the units they had shipped out. Things weren't looking very good.
But two days ago, Angelo Daul, from Romania posted a video on Facebook (embedded below) showing his MaGrav system doing some very unusual things. He shows the watt meter on the wall outlet indicating a LOWER watt level AFTER he turns on a television plugged into the system. His description reads: "Proof of power reduction from ~ 107W to 34 W after 10 days of conditioning! Thank you M.T.Keshe. Blessings for everyone."
Thanks to John Kuhles for bringing this to our attention.
Here's the image that Angelo has posted on his Facebook page:
Any Other Working Systems or Replications?
Do any of you know of other positive reports about these Magrav systems? Feel free to provide links and reports in the comments below.
Grupo Energia Livre posted:
This is an original Magrav system producing some goods results, specially at 9:25Watt and Other Meter Accuracy?
I'm wondering if power meter readings are accurate when the Keshe system is plugged in. It's doing unusual things that the meter might not properly register.