I’m aware that some people, (maybe more than some!) are disappointed by my ‘sharing information’ posts because they say that it’s all stuff I’ve shared before, but I don’t want to post anything which will give away the design I’m working on just now.
As you’ll see from this post I’m reminding myself of some of the things I’ve shared, and I can tell you that there are some blogs which give a great deal of really useful information. At the time I wrote them, I regretted writing so much, but as is often the case no one picked up on what I’d said and it was all dismissed as my ‘usual speculation’, and best dismissed or ignored. Having said that I note that in 2019 I wrote,
“Following a fair criticism in comments, I have taken on board the suggestion that I should at least have given away some of the clues I used to discover Bessler’s design for his wheel. I have posted several clues over a number of years but for those who missed them, here are some of the ones previously identified plus some I didn’t mention. These are not necessarily in order.”
So still not revealing enough apparently! Still, at the end of this year you will know most of what I think I know about how Bessler’s wheel worked. I’d like to finish a working model before I publish what I know, because experience warns me that without one, no one will take any notice again, and just dismiss it as speculation.
I recently noted that some of the subjects of my old posts, both here and on the Besslerwheel forum, pop up from time to time there. I realise that there must be a lot of people currently exploring this subject who have not looked into old posts in either or both sources for obvious reasons.
Firstly, if they’re new to this subject, they think that only recent posts may have useful information in them and therefore there is no point in studying old posts. Also maybe they don’t have the time to plough through huge numbers of posts without knowing exactly what to search for, or they can’t be bothered, and I don’t blame them for that.
A quick look at the stats on this blog shows I have posted 798 pages, which received 29,915 comments and 1,786,619 visits. That’s a lot of words to search, so I thought I’d suggest some searches.
The number ‘5’ is my favourite and it goes all the way back to 2010, and is frequently discussed over the years. ‘Pentagram’ too is a frequent presence on this blog. ‘Kiiking’ a subject which I introduced here and in the BW Forum and has been taken up in numerous other places. ‘Parametric Oscillation’ is another old favourite, which I first discussed with the famous parapsychologist and electrical engineer, professor Hal Puthoff way back in 2004; and ‘drawings’ is another.
There are so many interesting subjects covered both here and at the BWForum, that I couldn’t do justice to them all, so if and when I think of them I may offer further searches.