at the 2011 Renaissance Charge Conference in Coeur
d'Alene in July, this DVD presents John Bedini at his cogent best,
succinctly delivering a lecture about how he he applies his step charging
process to the Monopole motors. And to demonstrate the points, he
has two three pole Monopole motors running on stage with him for
inspection while he gives an extensive exposition of the philosophies
incorporated in the installed circuits. Both on the whiteboard and in his
For motor builders who have been struggling to replicate the performance of John Bedini's giant “Ferris Wheel” motor on a smaller scale, the answers to all your questions and problems are covered here.
This stimulating DVD, captures one of the highlights of the Conference, and will, as always, entice you even further into discovering more about the intricacies of harnessing the wondrous radiant energy, which increasing public awareness is forcing into mainstream science, step by step.
John Bedini and the two 3-pole monopole motors
John explains the how's and the wherefore's of the stair
step analogue comparator
This West German scooter was using pulsed radiant charging back in 1982
An audience member gets to feel the cold coil temperature
John Bedini outside poses with the original Ferris wheel
Conference organizer Rick Friedrich (L) takes a break with a member of the Free Energy Generation