Construction Details (see pics to better understand):
Hugh explained the design of the cosmic pipe in great detail, and passed around various components. He emphasized repeatedly that his design is experimental and by no means final. In fact, he felt that some improvements might be possible through further experimentation.
The outer structure is assembled from sections of 4 inch white PVC pipe, with "tee" joints in two places to house the reagent wells. Inside there are two large coils, one for each stream with 7 full turns of wire on each. The significance of 7 turns is related to the many seven-fold phenomena in nature, including rainbows, and suggests that each coil enables a full octave of energy to be employed.
Around each reagent jar is another coil with seven turns, connected to a smaller coil wrapped tightly around a crystal. When asked if the crystal amplified vibrations from the reagent, Hugh replied that perhaps "drawing" the vibrations was more accurate. He agreed that crystal selection may be an important variable, and relied on intuition for his selections.
Hugh described the two small circuit boards in great detail. Since electric circuits work better with resistance, a resistor is included. Also present is a choke coil, a standard AC component that limits the range of frequencies that pass through the device. The stated purpose of the choke coil was to exclude man-made frequencies associated with electric power lines and radio.
The crystal coils are connected to the main circuit through a diode, which functions as a one-way gate, ensuring that each stream of energy is influenced by only one reagent well.
When fully assembled, the cosmic pipe is mounted about 2 feet into the ground, standing another 9 or 10 feet tall. An important refinement over earlier designs was to have the lower, ground coil begin at about 1 inch of depth below the soil. This was to ensure that the upper, living region of soil receives maximum influence from the pipe. The specific location and soil quality at the mounting site is important, as soil characteristics around the base seem to radiate outwards into surrounding areas.
The pipe should mounted near the center of the test field. Using Biodynamic preparations in the pipe, he estimated the effective range to be up to 1/2 mile. With empty wells, he felt the effectiveness would be limited to only 30 feet or so.
Frequency For Cosmic Pipe:
For crops I use 4,127 hertz as the frequency of the PIPE. The easy way to build the pipe is with a frequency oscillator of an 22 micro-henry coil and a 330uf capacitor for flowers. 5,000 hertz for above ground crops: 3.9 micro-henry coil and 1000uf capacitor. 3000 hertz for below ground crops: 22 micro-henry coil, and 470uf capacitor.( parts at: allelectronics) All that you have to do is, solder one lead from the capacitor to one lead of the coil, then to other capacitor lead to the other lead of the coil. this makes up the [url removed, login to view] becomes the transmitter when it is put into the Pipe. A statement from G. Lakhovsky. "All living things are capable of absorbing electromagnetic high frequency waves. An oscillating circuit requires two basic elements; a capacitor and a coil of wire". A 98.4 feet (half wave) of solid hookup wire, wound on a 1/2 inch, 4 foot, PVC pipe, will act as the capacitance for 5000 hertz per second frequency for above ground crops; corn, soy beans ect.
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