Saturday, 2 June 2012

Divide the toys page into five parts.

I feel that the clues I have published may be too subtle for some to accept. This puzzles me, but of course I've had many years to study them and get inside Bessler's mind.  Obviously some people think I may be fooling myself but I have good reasons for thinking the clues are deliberate and real.  I never intended to give anything away when I published the clues and therefore by themselves they may seem unimportant, but I hope to explain why they are helpful in discovering the solution to Bessler's wheel.  I won't publish any more as I shall be away for a two weeks and will have to close the comments facility until my return.  I am taking a small computer with me and if I can find a wifi hotspot somewhere then I'll try to write something.  So, in the mean time....

3 days to go - 7th clue.  The items in the Toys page in MT, numbered 138, 139, 140 and 141, are labelled A, B, C, D and E (1, 2, 3, 4, 5).  There is an additional hand-drawn item, a spinning top, which includes in the notes attached to it the number 5 (five again!). You can rather neatly divide the drawing labelled 'A' horizontally into five equal divisions.  You can run the horizontal lines across to the left and find that they match well with item 'B' and further across to the stork's bill/lazy tongs.

It has always seemed clear to me that the items labelled 'A' and 'B' are the same things - and with the five divisions in place, show they are also five repeated versions of items 'C' and 'D'.  'A' is shown with the five mechanical arrangements labelled 'C' and 'D' in an open position, and 'B' is the same but closed.

But item labelled 'E' is also similar - you should think of it as 'C' and 'D' linked together.

In other words, as I said in another post, the drawings are not what they appear to be, at first sight.

One more thing.  I could never understand why Johann Bessler added four numbers to the bottom of the page and I assumed that it was to show which pages he had omitted.  In fact this doesn't make sense because this is the last page and followed on from 137, which would have been the last page before he added the toys page. But four numbers doesn't relate to the five (or six) drawings he labelled, but here's an idea - 138, 139, 140 and 141 totals 558.

JC

22 comments:

  1. Chris,..Regarding the parable of the talents,..Why would he refer to pound weights when he is actually talking about money.

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    1. Because of the message behind it . The good worker in God's Kingdom (according to the parable) makes the most of his "pound" by investing it and producing more and then returning to the master his profit . Ironically , the individual that returned the pound wrapped in a towel hadn't invested it at all and was merely saying that he had kept it safe . Bessler implies that Wagner & c. were enemies of "holy scripture" , asks " how he will seek to poison these verses with incomprehension "...referring to Apologia Poetica.

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  2. Johann Bessler was modeling from nature , i remember hearing that years ago when people were doing research into the bessler wheel in england , and Hal Puthoff came over to england where he found out about the bessler wheel .
    I wonder do you know anything about all that , John ?
    Did Hal Puthoff tell you ?


    - Ealadha
    - The truth is out there -

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  3. Hal and I have corresponded for many years. He bought copies of my book back in 1998 and we met when he came over for a fuelless-flight conference. He believes Bessler was genuine and that parametric oscillation is the key to solving the wheel.

    JC

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    1. Parametric oscillation or a swing is the key to solving it . It is possible to get a swing going perpetually .
      - Ealadha

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    2. I apologise for things i said about Hal Puthoff in the past .
      - Ealadha

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  4. PART I:

    Yes, the "toys page" is important, but it should not be taken TOO literally.

    The Jacob's Ladder toy, shown in views A and B, represents a sequence of actions taking place one after the other with each action being initiated by the last one. I believe that the sequential action shown is symbolic of what was happening on the ascending side of Bessler's wheels when they were rotating. There, weighted levers passing the 9:00 position of a CW rotating drum would begin swinging CW so as to move their weights closer to the rim (actual contact not being made until the lever pivots reached the 3:00 position of the drum) while the weighted levers passing the drum's 6:00 position began swinging CCW so as to move their weights closer to the axle.

    The "hammer men", on toys C and D, symbolically represent the effects of the Connectedness Principle that consisted of web of interconnecting cords between the weighted levers in a wheel. The anvil located between each pair of hammer men represents the axle of the wheel and the scissor linkage on each toy that caused one man's hammer to hit the anvil while the other's was drawn back indicates that the weights inside a wheel approaching the 9:00 position of a CW rotating drum would move closer to the axle while those approaching the drum's 3:00 position would move farther from the axle and closer to the rim. The use of two hammer men toys showing the reversal of the hammering action indicates that the interconnecting cords within one of Bessler's wheels could, after 180 degrees of drum rotation, operate in reverse so that the weight which was near the rim at the drum's 3:00 position would, by the time its lever's pivot reached the 9:00 position, be closest to the drum's axle.

    The scissor jack, E, is made up of 8 scissors and this represents the 8 weighted levers inside of Bessler's wheels. In order to perform work (that is, to raise the topmost scissor), ALL of the scissor mechanisms must work TOGETHER. In Bessler's wheels, the OB that produced PM AND outputted energy / mass could only happen if ALL of the weighted levers worked together. This coordination, of course, was achieved via the Connectedness Principle which relied upon a unique arrangement of interconnecting cords between the weighted levers.

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  5. PART II:

    Ah, the top...my FAVORITE toy (I actually MADE these by hand as a kid although the ones I made were far simpler than the one Bessler illustrates which is actually closer to gyroscope in structure!). It shows that a SPINNING object CAN keep its CoM ELEVATED so that it does not fall down. This symbolizes how Bessler's wheels managed to maintain the CoM of their active weights AWAY from the "punctum quietus" point under the axle.

    As JC suspects, Bessler probably added the four numbers to the bottom of MT 138 to indicate which pages were omitted. These, of course, would have been the four that he "burned and buried" after his arrest. Just so it would not be a total loss for his readers, he substituted a single page, MT 138, that shows four toys that SYMBOLIZE the various mechanical principles that the reader would have seen IF pages 138 through 141 had not been destroyed.

    What was on pages 138 through 141? It's not too hard to imagine. They probably showed the general structure of one of his one-direction, 8 weighted lever wheels. Then there would have been the details of the web of cords needed for the Connectiveness Principle along with the details of how the various sets of cords were arranged into "layers" within a drum. Next, a close up view of one of the wheel's weighted levers showing the various attachment points on it for the cords and springs. Finally, on page 141, the reader would have seen the details of one of Bessler's two-directional wheels and how it used gravity activated latches to lock the weights of the sub wheel undergoing retrograde motion against their rim stops.

    Yes, these four missing pages could have changed the world and, IF they had not been destroyed, OUR world TODAY might have been VERY different, indeed. But, take heart fellow squirrels, we may soon have the contents of those missing pages!

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  6. John.
    Do me a favor and don't make comments like you got inside Bessler's mind... I can't stand to laugh that hard .

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  7. Perhaps I should have used a different phrase but I thought people would understand what I meant. "Getting inside someone's mind" and "putting yourself in some else's shoes"is a well-known method of trying to understand the way a person is thinking and trying to work out any hidden meaning. If that's funny then so be it.

    JC

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  8. No offense but I think that you should first produce a "runner" ( being such an 'insider') before you make such claims . Don't get me wrong I hope you do... that way I can stop worrying about all of this .

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  9. I have a question :
    Why is the accompanying note on the toys pages numbered with a 5 ? It seems a little out of place somehow .

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  10. It says "5. Children's games in which there is something extraordinary for
    anyone who knows how to apply them in a different way."

    Its the number 5 again.

    JC

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    1. The "toys page" note, as you point out, was numbered "5". That implies that notes 1 through 4 existed at one time.

      Most likely, notes 1 through 4 were the ones that would have accompanied the figures in the ORIGINAL pages 138 through 141 IF Bessler had not decided to delete those pages from MT due to his arrest. POSSIBLY, leaving the "5" before the note for the REVISED "toys page" that was to take the place of the missing four pages would have been Bessler's way of letting his readers know that they were NOT seeing the four original pages that they should have been seeing.

      Hmmm...Bessler only writes "Due to the arrest, I burned and buried all PAPERS that prove the possibility." He does not specifically say here that he destroyed the wood cut printing blocks for those missing pages. Is it possible that those printing blocks could STILL exist today? Why can I not shake this feeling that they were carefully wrapped up and are now laying right inside the casket with Bessler's remains and, perhaps, a single lever from the remains of that small wheel they found after his death?!

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  11. That's obvious but what about 1,2,3,4, and 6 ? It seems that something that is numbered 5 should belong amongst things with those other numbers .

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  12. Well you know of my obsession with Bessler's number 5's Chris, so what can I say?

    JC

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  13. John,
    Just asking you this out of curiosity but have you ever noticed what seems to be an s-shaped "hair" to the right side of many of the MT drawing including MT135 ?

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  14. I see it, but I assume its nothing important - do you have a theory?

    JC

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  15. No...I just noticed it because of the drawings I aligned , there is a similar impression on both of them (135 & 142). It begins on the second prints of mt3 & 4 .

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  16. Chris,
    the S shaped hair, is most likely a pube, due to someone photocopying their rear.

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