Phryll Development for Humanity – Bench Set Up

Here is the bench set up w/ an optimized Phryll Bobbin that features 40 winds of silver and 40 winds of copper @ 90 degrees to each other and a MOSFET based board set up to generate alternating (0 and 180 phase) and Synchronized (0 and 0 phase) for both pulse signals @ 1% Duty Cycle and 4096 Hz w/ a voltage range from 20-60 vdc and a safety set up to generate the pulses for 4 blocks of time w/ two blocks of time off or have a micro controller with a microphone and a C++ program uploaded to hear a high pitched frequency over ~5 KHz ( Singing : a potentially dangerous state where the Vogel Crystal Saturates and can levitate or even in worst circumstances implode ! ) and pause the program on a timer for 5 seconds then resume. My hypothesis that the pulses should be both timed synchronously was confirmed by Jen Han as I was basically Team A :

From Jen Han pdf : ( https:MarcelVogel.org/JenhanCommunicationsLog.pdf )

7) Should the generation of Phryll be associated with a greater magnetic field strength?
Of our two science teams A and B, “Team A” has 40 turns of copper and silver completed around the
crystal’s coil form as in the below image and is powering the 4096 Hz alternating pulses at a 20 volt
level. It is planned next to soon increase the power level incrementally up to the 60 volt level.
In seeking measurement for the indications of Phryll generation, measurements were made with one
4096 Hz pulse being at 0 degrees phase to one coil and the other at 180-degree phase offset to the other
coil in order to alternate the pulses between the two coils. A magnetic field measurement was read
showing a steady 10-15 milligauss at the output side of the crystal and where the two 40 wind coils
crisscross and intersect.
As an experiment, Team A tried running the two pulses instead at once in sync together into both coils
and got a large spike in magnetic field energy over 35 milligauss with an oscillation occurring at the
point where the two signals are time aligned. Should a greater magnetic field strength be what we are
looking for to produce Phryll generation, Team A asks?
Jen Han : “Yes that is due to the torsion field that is generated. The pulse synchronization of the two
coils can fly a craft. Synchronizing signals; The Phryll production will be more consequent for a
crystal generator, but you need to do this in sequences for more safety.”

That confirms my hypothesis that running both pulses simultaneously to create “repulsion” produces more Phryll yet will need regulation so as not to saturate the Vogel crystal to sing to long, which could cause implosion.

I would like to use a Magnetic Field Scanner to see the magnetic torsion field around the Vogel Crystal/Bobbin and a specially designed Quantum Sensor Microscope to see how the frequency is changing the Spintronics of the outer electrons of the atomic block (4 oxygen atoms, 1 silicon atom) of the Vogel crystal’s tetrahedral lattice.

So repulsion creates the Bloch Electron Gas (Saturating Element which may cause the Vogel Crystal to levitate) and with synchronized pulses produce more Phryll yet a regulator is needed to not let the Vogel crystal saturate and “Sing” too long, so time blocks of “4 blocks of time on” and” 2 blocks of time off” is suggested by Jen Han, perhaps 4 seconds on to 2 seconds off to run a dense duty cycle or a longer “on” time to allow for more saturation and Phryll production or using a C++ program and micro controller to hear the singing w/ a microphone over ~ 5 kHz then using a programmed timer to shut down the pulse for a few seconds and restart the program after de-saturation occurs. I first came up w/ a tapered bobbin (instead of a cylindrical bobbin) idea as I thought this might produce more energy with winds being closer to the Vogel Crystal’s taper and cause the energy to flow towards the output end (60 degree end) Jen Han confirmed this was correct !

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