Friday, 29 December 2017

HAPPY NEW YEAR. 😀

This  blog was inspired by a recent comment on the Besslerwheel forum in which a poster questioned the motive of a critic. As was pointed out, a forum is a place for query and cross examination. Many of us tend to use the forum as a place to express our optimism about our imminent success, and yet tempered criticism can wound our pride and bruise our egos and lead to corner-sulking or worse, overheated accusations of questionable motive on the part of the critic.

I have suffered in the past from a bruised ego, and have at times over-reacted, but successive failures leads to a pragmatic attitude to criticism which at best results in reconsidering the analysis and judgement of the offending words, or alternatively the cultivation of a water off a duck’s back persona. In other words you have to grow a thicker skin!

I have a motive to succeed but I know it wouldn’t support criticism of another person’s pet theory purely out of envy or jealousy.  No, my motive is to try to produce a working model of Bessler’s wheel, or failing that, help someone else to do so, either by providing the necessary information or working with them to achieve the same end.

Contrary to some opinions I think it will be perfectly possible to build a working model which, it will become clear, is obviously the same design as Johann Bessler’s wheel.  The reason why I believe this to be so is because, with unfailing optimism, I think I have solved enough of Bessler’s clues to build a working model, and if it proves viable then the proof of Bessler’s design is there for all to see.

Is it conceivable that Johann Bessler, having spent years trying to solve the problem, and more years trying to sell the solution, would really have gone to his grave without making provision for the post humous acknowledgement of his invention and his part in it?  To my mind the answer is obvious.  He planned from the start to arrange to publish documents which would reveal the secret mechanism- and where better than in his published drawings?  He dropped so many hints that the answer was there for someone to find, and it has been mainly due to the absolute disbelief that his claims were possible.....and the difficulty of interpreting his clues that so far no progress appears to have been made.

But perhaps this year, 2018, the secret will be revealed.  I hope so.

HAPPY NEW YEAR.

JC

5 comments:

  1. All the best and may your daughter have a complete recovery.

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    1. Thank you Trevor. My best wishes for you in 2018.

      JC

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  2. John, waiting for an update on the cancer patient. We all here, have high hopes for a complete recovery. also, looking for an update reqarding the available information from your discoveries located inside of the mountain of data that Bessler left. I am already in a state of Total Belief and a Total Commitment to getting a wheel turning in 2018. The latest tests that I have completed a massive amount of key details that were shown by my own experimentation. Happy to be at this point and looking forward to the next steps. Shop is pretty chilly right now, so work has slowed, but by no means is slowing down. Soon we will see if what I have seen is the magical
    work- around ..... that we have been seeking.

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    1. Thanks for asking, my daughter is now on her third cycle of chemo, the mass in her lung is 50 per cent smaller, pancreas and gall bladder tumours also shrunk from 2.4 cm to 1.3 cm. no sign of tumours in heart nor in spinal cord. She is making good progress but it is the most painful thing to witness. Extreme pain, continual vomiting, violent headaches - enough said!

      Due to the fact that we need to be available every day now that my son-in-law has to be back at work, (headmaster) I am posting a general blog about Bessler, but I will try leaving comments open and see if that works.

      I’m trying to get everything down digitally and as soon as I can it will be published, but it may take time. Thanks again for your interest.

      JC


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  3. Gravitationally Challenged17 January 2018 at 03:24

    John- I'm glad to hear your daughter's tumors are responding to the chemo treatments. We'll continue to pray for her complete recovery. Best regards to you and your family.

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