Aether Theory and Observations
Involving Ultra Low Frequency Waves
Release 1.03 03/19/2013
Tony Devencenzi: email@example.com
Peter Newton: firstname.lastname@example.org
2012-2013 Theory and Sensor Details
The theory upon which the construction
of these sensors is based, is that there is a super fine distributed medium
called the aether. This substance composes all matter and energy and fills the
empty space that is mistakenly called a vacuum. It allows for the propagation
of electromagnetic waves through space. The Aether is the foundation substance
of existance itself, the fabric of everything. In theoretical physics terms,
the aether should be considered to be the universal reference frame.
All electro-magnetic radiation from
above the frequency of cosmic rays, down through the wavelengths of light, the
natural frequency of the hydrogen atom, radio, sound and to the ultra low
frequencies, all of these may be considered vibrations of the aether.
In the case of the naturally occurring
ultra low frequency waves, they were found to have the ability to penetrate
steel shielding and be detected by our sensors. The waves and pulses we have
detected, come from a number of natural sources,the primary one being the Sun.
The Sun is a generator of many different wavelengths of electro-magnetic
radiation that modulate the Earth's natural electric and magnetic fields. At
the ultra low frequencies, this modulation penetrates shielding of our detectors
and we are able to record its activity over time.
The ultra low frequency activity we are
able to detect through metal shielding, while higher frequencies such as radio,
are blocked by that shielding, must be due to some special characteristic of
the aether at those frequencies, or some property of the modulating energy
Please read the earlier experiments
performed by Tony Devencenzi, on the home page of this website (1)
as background information.
For the past year, Peter Newton of Scotland and Tony Devencenzi of California, have
performed joint experiments, at our respective locations. Our joint research
experiments, have a two fold purpose; To build and improve apparatus to detect
these waves and pulses and to compare our joint recordings, in order to see if
these phenomena are concurrent or are due to our local geographic positions (California and Scotland) with respect to the Sun.
We found some of each.
Elementary electrical components, such
as inductors and capacitors and simple amplifier circuits, in addition to their
ordinary electrical properties, also react to these ultra low frequency
phenomena. The natural ultra low frequency modulation of the aether, affects
The Op-Amp Sensor
The simplest variation of our sensors,
is our Op-Amp Sensor. This sensor consists of a high gain Op-Amp amplifier
circuit with its inputs floating (not connected). The amplifier has an
integrator circuit on its output, that produces a varying DC wave. It is
mounted in a shielded steel case.
This circuit is not operating in
self-oscillation, but its output is the product of a natural daily cycle. For
lack of a better explanation, it is believed that the phenomenon it is reacting
to, is scalar energy.
Location comparison tests are
continuing, but have shown the overall waveform to be non-concurrent, while
much fine activity (spikes) are concurrent. We believe the non-concurrent
activity to be in reaction to a natural daily cycle of solar or stellar origin
and the concurrent activity to be lightning.
The Capacitor Sensor
For decades, physicist Gregory
Hodowanec (2), has experimented with electronic capacitors,
that when coupled to an amplifier circuit, could detect very low frequency
signals, coming from outside of the circuit. The 'Capacitor Sensors', we have
built, are our version of his detectors.
The capacitor functions as a detector
and generates a small ultra low frequency voltage, in reaction to the naturally
changing Aetheric/ Scalar / Electric ULF field.
There is a question as to what activity
these 'capacitor waves' are showing. Mr. Hodowanic believe theses are gravity
waves. We believe they are more likely from modulations of the Earth's electric
field on an aetheric level that can penetrate shielded capacitors and generate
a fluctuating voltage within them. Whatever the source, it is a natural one.
We have found that of the waves and
pulses detected by the capacitor Sensor, for the most part, they are
non-concurrent with both our locations. Yet, we have proven that these waves
are not the product of self-oscillation or random circuit noise. When two
channel recording setups were built, that had identical Capacitor sensors on
each channel, the two channel's waves, tracked each other.
Considering our discovery of the
natural detection by the Op-Amp amplifier circuit, it seems logical to
conclude, that Capacitor Sensor circuit, is actually a two-sensor device. The
capacitor and the amplifier itself, each playing a part of the actual detection
We have discovered that the Capacitor
Sensor circuit also has the ability to bias both of our coil type detectors, to
put them in phase with naturally occurring magnetic waves.
The Aether-Magnetic Sensor
If the Capacitor Sensor is a
two-element sensor, our Aether-Magnetic Sensor must be a three-element sensor.
Ferromagnetic metals possess atomic
level magnetic domains as discovered by Heinrich Barkhausen in 1919. Upon
exposure to slowly changing magnetic fields, these magnetic domains generate
discrete pulses. These pulses may be induced into a coil of many turns of
insulated copper wire wound around the ferromagnetic core (such as a
conventional assembly of sheet type power transformer/ inductor laminations).
This phenomenon is called the Barkhausen Effect (3).
The Aether-Magnetic Sensor: This sensor
has three detecting or enhancing stages.
First, a Barkhausen detector.
consisting of several hundred turns of copper wire wound around a steel plate
type lamination core assembly. (We used a common shielded, low voltage, power
transforber, with the secondary winding not connected. ) When exposed to ultra
low frequency changing magnetic fields, the atomic level Barkhausen domains in
the core, generate pulses that are induced into the copper winding.
Second, a 1000 uF electrolytic
capacitor is connected in series with the coil. This capacitor functions not
just as a DC blocking element, but also as a detector that generates a small
ultra low frequency voltage, in reaction to the naturally changing ULF field as
described above. This places a continually changing bias on the Barkhausen
coil, which has the effect of making it more sensitive to magnetic activity.
Third, the amplifier itself, like that
described in the Op-Amp Sensor, above, is modulated by the naturally occurring
scalar energy. This serves to further enhance sensitivity, beyond simple
amplifier gain. Lastly, a dual stage integrator circuit, integrates the
Barkhausen pulses into a varying DC voltage. This sensor including the
transformer and capacitor is enclosed in a shielded steel case.
The output of this sensor records a
definite daily cycle wave relative to our positions with respect to the Sun.
The daily wave shows peaks at sunrise and sunset, with low outouts in the
middle of the day and lowest in the middle of the night.
This sensor also records finer pulse
activity that are concurrent and we believe are lightning strikes.
The transformer coil used in the
Aether-Magnetic Sensor, was positioned so that its lamination flat-sides were
The Caduceus Coil Sensor
Our Caduceus Coil (4) Sensor
also uses three elements, like the Aether-Magnetic sensor.
The original Caduceus coil detector was
invented by our late colleague, Brian Sallur, of Western Australia Radio
Observatory (5), to detect magnetic energies from the Sun and
Stars, as a tool for astronomy.
A Caduceus coil, is a coil wound back
on itself,on a plastic tube form, with 'cross-over' points, on each side of the
coil. This type of coil has in theory, a self-cancelling inductance. In this application,
we are using a metal shielded multi-layer Caduceus Coil, to detect mainly the
changing magnetic fields of the Earth and Sun.
The circuit is similar to the
Aether-Magnetic Sensor described above, except for the coil itself, which does
not use the Barkhausen effect of a metal core. Here, the coil's 'cross-over'
points themselves, are the sensing elements.
Our Caduceus Coil Sensor, records an
overall waveform that corresponds to the daily cycle of the Sun. This wave is
non-concurrent to our locations and is relative to our geographic position with
respect to the Sun.
There are is also recorded, a large
amount of finer spike activity, that is concurrent to both our locations. We
believe this to be lightning strikes.
There appears to be other, yet unidentified,
concurrent activity, detected as well.
The Caduceus Sensor, records magnetic
activity, in many ways, similar to the Aether-Magnetic Sensor, but with some
interesting differences that we are studying presently.
We have recorded the Caduceus Coil in
both horizontal and vertical positions. In both cases, the cross-points were
positioned facing East-West.
Lightning strikes produce pulses that
travel in what is called the Schumann corridor. This is the space between the
surface of the Earth and the conductive ionosphere. These pulses travel in this
corridor, around the earth, at the speed of light. Therefore they may be
detected almost simultaneously. The distance from California
is about 5000 miles (8000 Km). The delay between our locations is very small
(about 25 milliseconds).
Our E-Field Sensor is designed to
detect electrical activity. It uses a (non-shielded) vertical whip antenna and
only a small series capacitor. There is a small (0.1 uF capacitor to ground),
at the output of the antenna, to provide a low resonant frequency and to bypass
any RF energy detected. This capacitor may also function as a joint-detection
element, much the way it does in the Capacitor Sensor, described above. The
amplifier is very similar to the one described in the Op-Amp sensor. Lastly, a
dual stage integrator circuit, integrates the electric activity into a varying
DC voltage. This sensor circuit (except for the antenna) is enclosed in a
shielded steel case.
The amplifier may play a role in the
detection process, beyond simple amplification, like the other sensors have
shown. We are not sure at this point.
There is an overall wave that is
normally not matching at both of our locations, though wave shapes do match sometimes.
There is a great deal of matching
activity in the smaller waves and the fine spikes. We have checked our spike
activity against the Borders Weather website (6) (UK)
lightning data charts and found, at both of our locations, that a large
percentage of lightning strikes recorded in the UK, are spikes on both of our
recordings concurrently. Please note: we have attempted to find numerical
lightning data for the USA,
in the public domain and haven't found it so far (only lightning maps).
The E-Field Sensor also picks up man
made local events, such as electrical machinery turning on and off and possibly
Sensor Construction Notes
The sensor circuits are all similar and may be built on perforated
project board. Wiring is non-critical, but leads between components should be
kept short if possible to minimize the chance of oscillation.
The MAX1044 IC is a negative rail generator which provides
the -5 volts power for the op-amp. (actually it is about 4.25 or so).
The Schottkey diode is needed to prevent negative voltages
from the input of the Velleman VM-110 board, as this board can only accept
The Velleman VM-110 (7) is an analog to
digital converter with a USB output. It is powered by the PC's own power supply
The long bus wire jumper on the VM-110 board is the PC 5
volt output line. This may be used to power the sensor circuit as well, or a
separate 5 volt power supply may be used for the sensor, if desired.
The sensor circuit itself, draws about 20 Milliamps. The
Velleman VM-110 board, consumes about 70 Ma from your PC.
The sensor circuit, as well as the sensing element
(Transformer, Capacitor, or Caduceus Coil, should be shielded as well. The
metal enclosure should be connected to power ground and earth (ground).
On the VM-110 board, remove the jumpers SK2 and SK3. This
will disconnect the PC 5 V+ from biasing the sensor inputs. Also turn the two
on board potentiomentrs to full clockwise to minimize their affect on the input
In The RealView Software (8), in the
Settings dialog, set the “Smoothing” settings to “Medium”. (Smoothing is a form
of software filtering). Use the Smoothing “High” setting if less fine detail is
(1) Aetherwavetheory.com URL http://aetherwavetheory.com/
(2) Gregory HODOWANEC URL http://www.rexresearch.com/1hodoindx.htm
(3) Barkhausen Effect URL http://jnaudin.free.fr/spgen/barkhausen.htm
(4) Caduceus Coil URL http://drblayney.com/PseudoScience.html
(5) Western Australia Radio Observatory URL http://members.westnet.com.au/waro/
(6) Borders weather website URL http://www.bordersweather.co.uk/wxindex.php
(7) Velleman website URL http://www.vellemanusa.com/products/view/?country=us&lang=enu&id=522053
(8) ABACOM Realview website URL http://http://www.abacom-online.de/uk/html/realview.html
ULF waves (geomagnetic pulsations) URL http://magbase.rssi.ru/REFMAN/SPPHTEXT/ulf.html
the Aether by David W. Thomson III URL http://www.16pi2.com/joomla/sota.html
the Aether book URL http://www.secrets-of-the-aether.com/joomla/
Sun URL http://www.radiosky.com/suncentral.html
Data Electricterra ULF Site URL http://www.electricterra.com/ultra_low_frequency.htm
JOVE Project URL http://radiojove.gsfc.nasa.gov/
Heliospheric Obvervatory http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/home.html
Group URL http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/ulfelf/