Space energy is the primal energy of the universe. One can also call it the “energy of a thousand names”. Vacuum field energy, ether, free energy, tachyon energy – to name but a few and has certain physical properties. It is present in every space, massless, material-penetrating, directionless, high-frequency and faster than light.

This primal energy is the direct carrier of some forms of energy. Its potential is unimaginably great. In its original state it is not bound to any form of energy. For this reason it could be called Free Energy. It cannot be measured directly, but always only indirectly. It manifests itself only through interaction with matter.

Space energy and its manifestations

The “energy pyramid”:

Through investigations of many physically unexplainable phenomena, it became clear that physics lacks three physical energy spectra.

  1. Electrogravity explains those physical phenomena where electricity is used to influence gravity.
  1. Gravomagnetism is a combination between gravitational waves and magnetic waves, similar to electromagnetic waves.

The space energy of the universe.

Apparently three static and three dynamic forms of energy are in balance. The cosmic space energy is superior to all other forms of energy, therefore it is at the top of the “energy pyramid”. Matter is a direct link between the energy of space, the three static and the three dynamic forms of energy, with matter serving as a converter for the energy of space.

Space-energy phenomena and technologies

The generic term “innovative energy technologies” today covers three of the most important groups of technologies with the greatest potential.

  1. low-temperature nuclear reactions, known as “cold fusion” and also known as chemically assisted nuclear reactions (CANR) (e.g. cold fusion, Patterson Cell)
  2. hydrocatalytic hydrogen energy, in which plasma generation also plays a role in some cases (e.g. Brown’s Gas, Stanley Meyer’s Water Fuel Cell, Kanarev’s plasma electrolysis).
  3. zero point or space energy. These include, among others:

a) Plasma reactors (Correas PAGD, Chernetsky, GEET by Pantone)
b. High-density charge cluster technology, also called condensed charge technology or EV technology (Ken Shoulders)
c) Magnetic systems that work with certain arrangements of magnets and exploit hitherto little known effects of magnetic fields.

Non-magnetic principles are the generation of energy by

  1. electrostatics, where resonance tuning plays a role (Swiss “Testatika” machine, Hyde generator)
  2. the use of thermogenerators (e.g. Potapov’s “Yusmar” process, Hydrosonic Pump from Griggs)
  3. solid-state systems without moving parts (e.g. the Hutchison and Hyde generators, MEG by Thomas E. Bearden)
  4. electrogravity (Thomas Townsend Brown’s gravity reducing capacitors and John Searl’s flying disc)
  5. Analogue magnetogravitation, which is used in an invention by William Hooper. In the latter, a strong induced electric field generates an attractive or repulsive force on electrically neutral matter, depending on the current intensity. This force cannot be shielded.
  6. The production of water and air vortices (Schauberger-Technologies, Evert Fluid Technology, Frank Polifka`s Windhexe).

Technical essay by Prof. Dr. Claus Turtur (3.2018)-for technically advanced students: