Notes about the Joe Cell and the water

Notes on the Joe Cell:

  • built with concentric stainless steel and seamless pipes (V2A or V4A or better)
  • center pipe should be at least 1″ or 2″ (2,5cm) in diameter in order to accumulate more orgon
  • the spacers between the pipes should not be electrical conductive
  • the concentric construction resembles a self-similar architecture
  • the Joe Cell is a Orgone Accumulator (there is no doubt about this fact)
  • first stage of the cell is normal electrolysis and requires only 1 to 30 minutes of voltage application
  • the anode (negative) is plugged to the center pipe
  • second stage is the seeding, soon after the voltage is unplugged, and during this stage it collects the orgone in it’s center
  • third stage is a working cell, where the accumulated orgone attracts more orgone (like likes like, orgone attracts orgone) and the energy is overflowing abundantly
  • once the water in the cell is sufficiently “charged,” the cell can continue to operate with no external source of electric power
  • higher stages than the third implies phenomenas like antigravity, it reduce the weight of the vehicle in which the cell is installed
  • the orgone is lead to the engine and implodes as a plasma vortex inside the chamber by the ignition spark
  • the tube that conveys this gas away from the cell is connected to a blind fitting or blank plug on the housing of the vehicle’s carburetor
  • alternatively the cell can be plugged to the engine’s coolant water (radiator), the charged water then provide the energy to run the engine
  • the air inside the chamber is highly ordered and electrical conductive like plasma, the ignition gave it the rest
  • the timing must be significantly advanced so the spark occurs during the compression stroke, because now it runs on implosion, not explosion
  • there are no exhaustion fumes, just fresh warm air, not even hot
  • running engine will get cold rather than hot
  • the orgone of the cell reduces the friction of the engine and other parts of the vehicle
  • an engine powered by a well-made Joe cell can be idled down to 1 or 2 rpm, and could easily accelerate to 18,000 rpm if the valvetrain, pistons and rods were able to withstand the stresses
  • orgone pass through all kind of metals
  • magnets can divert the flow of orgone
  • the cell should be mounted distant to high voltage parts in the vehicle
  • orgone flows from upwards, so mount the cell a little lower than the engine
  • the cell can be mounted outside the vehicle
  • Joe cells are notorious for messing up a car’s electronic systems, so it is a bad idea to couple a cell with an electronically fuel-injected engine
  • the water in the cell is not consumed
  • it takes a period of time before the engine will run from the cell. It then has an erratic power output and works in an intermittent fashion … between explosion and implosion
  • when the cell is removed from the car, the engine takes an appreciable time to return to “normal” and run from the original fuel
  • if the cell is left in the car for a long period, the engine becomes “charged”. From this point, the cell is not required for the motor to run
  • human presence can affect the operation of the cell in a positive or negative way, this is called the “Y” factor (You)

Joe Cell

Notes on Orgone:

  • Orgone is mass free, has no inertia or weight. Conventional test equipment is ineffective.
  • It is present everywhere, but it varies in concentration, depending on place and time.
  • It is in constant motion, uneven, from west to east (it must be caused by the rotation of the earth and the energy radiating from the sun).
  • It pulsate, expansion and contraction (Wilhelm Reich) … this pulsation can be observed in stage 3 cells
  • It flows normally along a curved path, spins, like a pulsating wave
  • Orgone negates the laws of entropy, flowing from the lower concentration to the higher concentration. Orgone therefore attracts more orgone.
  • In higher concentration matter is created from it. In a Joe Cell it forms deposit which does not originate from the water.

Notes on the water:

  • the presence of persistent bubbles is a good indication of orgone that starts to accumulate (negative entropy preserves)
  • normal tap water is not good enough, use activated water or fresh water from a spring

Joe Cell persistent bubbles

Questions:

  • Does the water inside the Joe Cell freeze in winter and does it then stop to work?

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