More for you Bedini-guys

Hi readers.  Thanks for coming by for a read this morning.

It’s almost a shame we humans tend to be such liars, hoaxes and flimflam artists on the one hand, and gullible fools on the other.  Almost a shame, because if we weren’t life would be a lot less entertaining.

And, of course there’s the wild cards in the deck to spice things up.  The wild-assed claims that come along that spang turn out to be legitimate and [at least] seeds opening whole new doors.  

The temptation is to just kneejerk a protective wall, discount it out of hand so’s to be elevated into the position of not being a gullible fool.  And usually we can come out the other end patting ourselves on the back with what savvy SOBs we are.

I’ve been following the Bedini Monopole generator groups for several years on those Yahoo groups, watching hundreds of people going to a lot of trouble to build and test and post their projects sharing their testing and methods with others working on the same goal.  Been following it enough years so I can’t remember when I began doing it.  Hundreds of people spending their not-watching-tv time building mechanisms, machines intended to generate more energy than it required to run them. 

And posting it, sharing it.  On John Bedini group sites.  I’m betting if Bedini’s actually come up with something that works he got a lot of help seeing what all those others were building, testing, changing, testing, throwing aside or changing again.

I hope he’s got it.  Because at the back of it all I always had a faint suspicion John Bedini’s a flimflam man who might just be onto something anyway.

Old Jules

Energy Times Newsletter

From: on behalf of Energy Times Newsletter (
Sent: Fri 10/18/13 3:42 AM
To:  Jack Purcell

Hello Jack,
If you’ve been following John Bedini’s work, you may be familiar with the 14 foot high energizer he was demonstrating at a conference a couple years ago. That machine had a COP of 3.0, which means there was 3 times as much work done compared to what left the input battery.
In front of hundreds of people, this ran all weekend and the front batteries never went down. The output of the machine charge up capacitors with a very tricky circuit that has come to be known as his inverted comparator capacitor discharge circuit.
Many people have wanted access to this circuit so they can use it on their own Bedini SG’s – that moment is finally here!
Get all the details here:
John is doing a production run on these right now so get yours while you can because we can’t guarantee when the next production run will be. This is probably the most highly anticipated circuit/device in the Free Energy world that people can actually get their hands on besides the Bedini SG.
A & P Electronic Media
POB 713, Liberty Lake, WA 99019

6 responses to “More for you Bedini-guys

  1. All that for only $516.00, they must be flying off the shelves.

    • Elroyjones: Likely he’ll get some takers who will pull it apart, figure out how to duplicate it, share it with others who will put their own together to find out whether it works the cheap way. Jack

  2. What I don’t particularly like is Bedini shared everything he worked on and now he is selling it. What changed? We know there are thousands of things he didn’t share but presumably they didn’t work out. I’ve built the wheel and many others with success and now to pay $600 for a piece of the puzzle he isn’t sharing? Disappointing!

    • Kimsey: Not easy to make sense of what he did, is doing without twisting our faces up into some corkscrewed configuration. I’ve got all these bicycle wheels lying around here thinking to themselves they’re headed for the last roundup. But I do appreciate all those back yarders and garagers and all they posted through the years. Whatever Bedini didn’t do, he got them doing that. Good luck. Jack

  3. Something about this sounded more like ‘If it is to good to be true it probably is.’ Am I on track? Blessings, M.

    • It’s one of the points of view, Mary. The other point of view is that people can’t know whether something’s too good to be true without putting it to the test. One view is the prevailing wind. The other is the Evinrude outboard couldn’t care less about the prevailing wind. Jack

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