Without entering the study of the causes of the presence of the electromagnetic and electrostatic fields which wrap the terrestrial sphere, each one can note their existence, whose sources are many. These electromagnetic fields, especially, emanate mainly from the sphere, whereas the electrostatic fields find substantially their seat in At oosphere. The terrestrial magnetism and of other manifestations are the proof of the ones and the electrostatic loads of the atmosphere appear with all at the time of the storms, which are only one local climax of their constant activity.
It is as known as the terrestrial sphere, like all the stars, bathes in a radiation field cosmic, invisible but not less actual.
It is less known than the metabolism of the living beings in general, and of the man in particular, is disturbed when it is in a such field of a large intensity. The evil of the voyages is only one particular manifestation and one can secure oneself some by eliminating the static electricity created by rapid displacement from the vehicle.
Gold, the simultaneous presence of these different vibrational fields of telluric and cosmic waves, whose frequencies are different, causes interferences creating of the alternate zones of bellies of intensity or the intensity is maximum and of the nodes where the intensity is minimum, which creates with the level of the ground a true squaring which causes zones of large harmfulness and zones of calms, which is all the more responsive as one remains a long time in one of these zones.
Thus certain buildings or certain places are regarded as malefic, certain same like particularly malefic, whereas the other ones allow true and healthy recuperation of energy.
The purpose of the device, object of the invention, are thus creating induced currents by these waves themselves to interfere also with them and to thus modify the configuration created by the natural interferences, sup thus preceding the harmfulness of certain places.
For that, the device is consisted capable oscillating electrical circuits, by c#onduction, to emit electromagnetic waves different lengths of wave, so that some of them are different frequency of the telluric and cosmic waves of the place and this fact capable to interfere with them thus modifying the network of interferences natural and harmful in this point.
The annexed drawings, given as example only, show an embodiment of the device object of the present invention.
1 is a schematic sight into planar of a device capable to
modify on a large surface the natural network of interference of
the telluric and cosmic waves, into outer for example.
Figure 2 is a schematic sight into planar of a device capable to modify this network on a lower surface, suitable also for the enté merry one.
3 is a schematic sight of a device combining these two
preceding and is still appropriate for a larger surface.
Figure 4 is a schematic sight of a device exerting its influence only on one low surface, into inner for example.
Such as it is represented the device, object of the invention, comprises metallic rings of different diameters forming of the oscillating circuits generating of the induced vibrational currents which present different lengths of wave of which one at least is capable to interfere with the telluric and cosmic waves of the place and to thus modify the natural network of interferences in this point, removing noted harmfulness to him.
The metallic rings thus used are out of copper preferably in consequence of the large conductivity of this metal.
According to an embodiment represented by figure 1 the copper 1 rings, 2, 3, 4 and 5, at least for example, are organized centered on a same line, in a substantially homothetic way, regularly spaced between them and welded onto a straight bar 6 of the same metal exceeding series of rings on both sides and passing by the center of each one of them parallel to their planar.
Thus the five rings aligned on the
straight bar 6 and following one another since smallest according
to an arithmetical progression of their diameter, whose difference
between the diameter of each one is equal with the diameter of the
smallest ring, considered as base, and each one of these rings
being far away from the neighbouring circles from a substantially
equal distance to the diameter from the basic ring, and the bar
connecting the centers exceeding as has each end of the
continuation of the rings of a substantially equal value to the
diameter of the basic circle, one notes as protection in this case
is effective on a surface whose surface is approximately given by
Sm2 = 108D4 in which D is the diameter of the largest ring thus obtained.
For example, if one gives to these five rings the diameters éta gear.t from 20 to 100 mm in the proportion of diameters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, one notes that the year protects a surface from 10.000 m2 located at north of the apparatus, (this one being always directed towards the north one), i.e. a surface developing on approximately 100 m in front of the apparatus and 50 m on both sides of the locus of centres.
According to another embodiment
represented by figure the 2 copper 7 rings, 8, 9, 10 for example
are organized in a concentric way joined together between them by
the straight bar it passing by the center and exceeding on both
sides largest ring, parallel to their planar
Thus four concentric copper rings, integral of the parallel bar It with each one of them and passing by their center, and following one another since smallest according to a progression arithméti' that of their diamè- tre whose difference between the diameters of each one is equal with the diameter of the smallest ring considered as base, one notes that protection in this case and according to this provision is given by the expression
Sm2 = 4 X 106D4 in which D is the diameter of the largest ring thus obtained.
For example, if one gives to these four rings diameters staging of 50 A 200 mm, in the proportions of diameters I, 2, 3, 4, one notes that one protects a surface from 6.400 m2 located at north of the apparatus (bar 11 being always directed towards the north one), i.e. a surface developing on approximately 80 m in front of the apparatus and 40 m on both sides of bar 11.
According to another embodiment represents by figure the 4 copper 12 rings and 13 for example are organized in a way concentric also, but with the number of two only, and also joined together by a bar 14 passer by by their center and exceeding on both sides largest.
The difference in their diameter is equal to the 1/5 of - diameter of the smallest ring considered as base and the bar 14 passer by by the center exceeds on the one hand of a substantially equal value to the diameter of the smallest ring and on the other hand of an equal value to the difference between the diameters of two rings.
In this case, one notes that with two
concentric copper rings of 50 and 60 mm, for example, protection
obtained cover a surface of 13 m2 approximately answering in this
case the expression:
Sm2 = 106 D4 in which D is the diameter of the largest ring.
Protection will thus extend in this
case on 3,6 m in front of the apparatus in the north direction
always and 1,8 m on both sides from the bar
It is clearly understood that the invention is not limited to the examples who were given, any alternative, considered as equivalence, not being able to modify the range of it.
Thus one could combine the different forms described above while realizing, according to figure 3 for example, of the series of several concentric rings placed coast at coast on a same bar, which would cause to increase protected surface by one of the devices represented by one of figures 1 or 2, whose device of figure 3 is the combination. In the same way, obviously, as all other dimensions, in absolute value, could be given with the apparatuses, which will make it possible to protect from proportionally different surfaces.
The device object of the invention
can be used to secure perturbations physiological and psychic
caused by the waves telluric and cosmic, certain provisions
suitable better for the outer one of the local ones, which is the
case of figures 1, 2 and 3, of other (. 4) suitable better for the