Joe Cell

The beginning
This is my experimental Joe Cell, with just one neutral pipe. It is made of stainless steel pipes (V2A or better) of different diameter and same length. If you try to build one for yourself, then be aware that the center pipe needs at least 2″ diameter in order to have enough space for collecting the orgone energy.

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Note: Negative (-) is plugged to the center pipe and positive (+) to the most outer one.

As you can see in the picture above I don’t use a 24V car battery, but a small 9V battery which is for the “initial loading“. A Joe Cell is not a HHO Cell as some people may believe (or are mislead intentionally to believe). It’s purpose is not the electrolyze of water into hydrogen gas. The whole construct is a configuration of a antenna, in order that the water is able to accumulate orgone energy in the center. With the time the water change and then the accumulation of orgone will be bigger then the “radiation” or loss of orgone. This happens even without a battery attached to it, because strangely it produces a own small constant voltage.

Also what I didn’t use here are the so called “spacers” between the pipes. And the water is just pure tap water, with one little detail. I have a excellent water dynamizer apparatus from AcquaPhi beneath the kitchen sink:

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You should use water that is fresh and dynamic, without any acids or additional salts. Just the kind of water you would like to drink every day.

I also personally believe that the Joe Cell should be treated as a living organism. Don’t expose it to higher voltage or heat or cold or acids or other factors which would be bad for example for a plant. The initial loading with a battery is just necessary to direct the orgone flow towards the center. Then the stainless steel pipes and water configuration take over and will do the rest. Maybe, if you desire, you could laugh like Frankenstein and say “It’s alive, hahaha, it’s alive …” and then eat a sandwich. But never put citric acid in the water just to see the nice bubbles. As I wrote already, and I repeat it again and again until it is burned in your synapses, the Joe Cell needs little current and voltage for a initial load and then unplug the battery and put it away. No electrolysis is needed in order to make it work as it designed to.

Persistent bubbles
This is not only my own observation, but a “Stage 2 Cell” already gathers orgone energy and the result is that the air bubbles in the water becomes persistent. They don’t burst or dissolves. Watch the photo below, how the bubbles stick to the pipe. They remain there and don’t flow to the surface. With the time they get a little bit bigger, but they remain there until they are removed manually, and this for days and even weeks.

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I have made a similar observation with the water of the AcquaPhi dynamizer. Bubbles are formed which sticks to the surface of the glass for entire days. With normal tap water I could not make the same observation. You could try yourself with different water types. Put some water in a bottle and shake it vigorously and then pour it into a glass. Watch if the air dissolved in the water forms bubbles on the surface of the glass and if they remain persistent over days or even weeks. Than more energy the water has, than more the bubbles will be persistent. That’s a sign of higher order, which is essential for life.

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The constant cell voltage
Another strange phenomenon is that the cell generates a constant voltage between the center pipe and the most outer pipe. I tried to short-circuiting it until it has no voltage, but then it recovers slowly over a day and it gains the same voltage. I would not regard it as remarkable if I would have used acids or different metals, but the Joe Cell is composed by pure tap water and clean stainless steels only, … so why does it behave like a battery?!

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I disassembled the cell and filtered the water, because during the initial loading phase the cell produce some sediment which looks like rust, but it is not rust. One of my future project is to build my own spectrum analyzer, then I will be able to analyze this in more detail.

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When you observe this sediment forming, you need to clean the water through a filter. After that the cell reach again a constant voltage and continues to collect energy.

The brown sediment

I thought the sediment was rust, but it is non-magnetic. When I put a small but strong neodymium magnet cube inside the sediment, nothing of it attach to the magnet. So what is it? Vittorio Elia would say “we don’t know”. Perhaps there is iron inside the seam. The company which sold me the pipes assured me in a email correspondence that the pipes would not rust. It is so my fault that I didn’t ask if the pipes have a seam, because this contains iron and it rust with the time, especially if you apply electrolysis. I have now two option: clean the pipes from the rust, trying to get rid of this seam layer and the iron, or buy new pipes, this time seamless ones.

Another thought: It is known that the Joe Cell has some transmutation effects. The water in the seeding process charge with orgone and this combination of water and orgone and the rust as a seed initiates a transmutation process. The result is water clusters which are solid and “imitates” the rust molecules. I know how it sounds, but this is for now the only explanation I have.

to be continued.

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