The John Christie Magnetic Generator – first of all, what is it? Secondly, how does it work and can it be for real? Finally, is it really possible to generate 7 kilowatts of your own electricity (enough for most homes) using a device similar to John Christie’s? Let’s take a closer look right now.
What Is The John Christie Magnetic Generator?
John Christie is an Australian mechanical engineer who, with his electrician friend, Lou Brits, revealed a prototype magnetic motor generator model to the world back in 2001. The Lutec 1000 produced around 24 kilowatts of power and became the subject of much international interest.
I personally think that they were a little premature in showing off their invention to the world. They have since further developed it and continue to do so. A commercial model is still in the works, such is the complex nature of creating a magnetic generator that is suitable for mass production and installation.
Essentially, this magnetic generator converts the power caused by magnetism (a.k.a. magnetic force) into rotary motion. This is not a new concept at all and was an area that Nikola Tesla, the “grandfather of electricity” dedicated half of his life to. It does this via a set of magnets that are strategically placed around a rotor – the spinning constant-speed motor exists in an equilibrium state where the frictional forces from the air and bearings are counteracted by the forces provided by the magnets in configuration.
How Does It Work?
The fact that magnetism can be converted into rotary motion and then electricity is the result of zero point technology. As mentioned, Tesla himself dedicated much of his life towards harnessing this source of power. It is thought that business interests in conventional electrical technology who had already invested tens of millions of dollars (a lot in those days) suppressed his work, despite interest and approval in the scientific community.
Today, governments also suppress the commercial development of this technology. They prefer to limit it to military eyes only. Highly respected journalists such as Nick Cook (ex-aviation editor for respected military publication, Jane’s Defence Weekly) have investigated this and produced credible evidence to prove that this is happening.
We can hope for commercial models in around five years time but it is difficult to say whether that will be permitted to actually happen.
How To Make Your Own John Christie Magnetic Generator
The answer to these problems is to just make your own magnetic motor. The concept is so simple that anyone can do it – all you need are to make a rotor and fix your magnets around it, as well as build some basic electrical circuits. The parts can be obtained for cheap and often second-hand.
John Christie and Lou Brits spent several years working on their generator. You don’t need one as complex as that. The typical home can be powered easily using a much simpler to make 7 kilowatt generator.
However, I strongly recommend that you consider investing a nominal amount of around 50 dollars in a suitable set of instructional plans. This up-front cost will actually save you money in the long run because you can construct a device in just 2 to 3 days and start generating electricity. Alternatively, you can tinker for hundreds or thousands of hours like Christie and Brits to produce a model that works, all the while still paying your electric bills. As you can see, the latter is a false economy.