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Published on Apr 2, 2012

This video is the Second Part of the Defining the Radiant Energy Field series.
Here is clearly shown another very interesting Attribute of Radiant Energy, a Magnetic Effect of Anti Gravity.

In the previous video (Part I) it shows the Motor Action of the Radiant Energy Field opposing to our generated Electromagnetic Field at slow to higher pulses, as a continuous "Push-Pull" Force that defies the Classic Physics Concepts known up to now, related to the "Story Teller" of the "Single Collapsing Field".. creating a B EMF or C EMF (Back or Counter Electro Motive [Not Magnetic] Force [Not Field either] .
First video also shows the "Negative Induction" taking place inside the Core where Radiant Energy develops, by Inducing cold electricity inside a tiny coil of fine wire preset inside the little motor...that induces at "static status" also. throwing out the old recited "Current is Induced by the constant moving of the wire conductors through the magnetic lines of force from the Field..." NEGATIVE!!

Well, Now, as the Final "Grace Shot" to the Old Physics Lies and Crippled teaching...In this video comes another devastating proof that there is NOT just a SINGLE Collapsing Field taking place inside ANY Coil of magnetic wire in our entire planet...but TWO Fields...One generated by our pulses...and another one, generated NATURALLY as an Intrinsic Magnetic Behavior of Our Nature, of Electromagnetism....

The Radiant Energy Field Electromagnetic Anti-gravity development inside the Core...
Proofs that this Field is MUCH STRONGER than ours...to the point of creating levitation of magnetic objects heavier than air, and standing firmly against a weaker pulsed field from our Hot Electricity.

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