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The advent of pulsed or modulated secondary emf via 666 secondaries.

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Published on Jun 11, 2013

Three stages of rotational emf vs line emf. Initially as a lone secondary only a small deviation from the relative line emf values is noted as an extra slightly higher frequency component. In the next stage the preceeding ph1 in the phase rotation is energized of which the effect by mutual induction makes the phasings 130 degrees apart and slightly reduces ph2 delivery and seemingly increases the volume of rotating emf contribution where now this dimunition is observed from its primary source of emf, to have completely cancelled the line emf, so for a significant portion of time zero input from source is noted but the secondary emf continues, undoubtably then being derived as secondary currents from the preceeding secondary phase in the phase rotation. Here then a secondary to secondary induction superimposes itself over the normal low gauge/ high gauge primary /secondary constructions to the point that zero input is made by the primary and the apparent secondary responce is to act on the signal many cycles into the future as this is the relative frequency difference of this heterodyned mixing.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/harvich/... Finally the full supression of the signal is shown as a modulated AC waveform, made by interference effects brought on by two neighboring phases

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