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    Ormus Trap

    I made a very cheap ormus trap based on this simple device:
    http://tesla3.com/free_websites/ormus_traps.html

    But I didn't use a donut magnet but rather 4 rectangular magnets about 1 by 2 inches
    and 1/4 in thick. I placed them around the pipe in a square fashion and their
    attraction for eachother held them in place.

    I got some milky water very quickly by running the hose through it. It was a bit sweet too.

    I was always discouraged about the complexity of most traps but this one is very simple,
    and cost me 10 dollars (the magnets were $8; a foot of pvc pipe, the "T" and a foot of cord)
    and about 5 minutes to make!
    I didn't use clamps and hoses - just pipe that fit snugly together - no glue or anything, and
    the pipe fits snugly inside a water bottle or 2-liter pop bottle which I use for recipient.


    I'll post pics soon.

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    Hi Sol this is my setup, I built this a few years back. That's great to hear you got milky water with such a cheap and fast setup, even though mine seems more complicated, yours is probably superior due to the thinner walls and closer proximity of the magnets to the good water outflow, my setup utilizes the vortex phenomenon, which was hard to cut a slot at an angle in the pipe and design it where all the water would be forced through that slot so it could enter at extreme velocities and start rotating. These are true levitation traps, did you know Jim started this whole thing?




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    It's pretty genius - to utilise the magneto-phobic nature of superconductors to trap
    or concentrate them.


    Our well water is really good too. Maybe that makes a diff in how much you
    can concentrate and how quickly.

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    Yea Jim was a genius to invent that ozone generator in the first place then after he got "nuked" he got even smarter , lol, he was like Chevy Chase in Modern Problems.

    Well water or spring water is the best to use, since its underground it will contain more of the fat. Unite that which is above with that which is below. The fat water with the dew.

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    Here's some pics:

    My simple trap:


    I think it works best at an angle like this - to use gravity to your advantage
    have the magnetic pipe up, but tilt the entire device down towards the
    recipient as well.

    Another pic, different day:


    The collected cloudy water:


    In a different glass so you can see better - notice the my fingers through
    the water and through the glass alone:


    2nd day's collection:


    Both of these are just after 10-15 minutes. I haven't tried running it
    all night or anything.

    If you use this design, don't forget there's a foot long piece of poly chord/rope
    in the recipient tube, folded in half and tightly stuffed in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeoRetilus View Post
    Hi Sol this is my setup, I built this a few years back. That's great to hear you got milky water with such a cheap and fast setup, even though mine seems more complicated, yours is probably superior due to the thinner walls and closer proximity of the magnets to the good water outflow, my setup utilizes the vortex phenomenon, which was hard to cut a slot at an angle in the pipe and design it where all the water would be forced through that slot so it could enter at extreme velocities and start rotating. These are true levitation traps, did you know Jim started this whole thing?



    I am not seeing your pictures, I wonder what is wrong? Like your explanation of Solomon levi simple trap.is it possible then that his might be a better design.he got milky water so quickly,something which I have seen from only one person using a vortex tube with dozens of magnets.

    best regards,
    Ged

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    Quote Originally Posted by solomon levi View Post
    Here's some pics:

    My simple trap:


    I think it works best at an angle like this - to use gravity to your advantage
    have the magnetic pipe up, but tilt the entire device down towards the
    recipient as well.

    Another pic, different day:


    The collected cloudy water:


    In a different glass so you can see better - notice the my fingers through
    the water and through the glass alone:


    2nd day's collection:


    Both of these are just after 10-15 minutes. I haven't tried running it
    all night or anything.

    If you use this design, don't forget there's a foot long piece of poly chord/rope
    in the recipient tube, folded in half and tightly stuffed in there.
    Thanks for your wonderful posts.I was going to purchase the expensive one, but that simple device will suit me.I also see you are in an auriferous area.maybe why you had so much cloudiness.

    Thanks Man,

    ged

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    you're welcome.
    http://serpentrioarquila.blogspot.com/

    "To conjure is nothing else than to observe anything rightly, to know and understand what it is." - Paracelsus

    "Why, then, don't you act when you see the danger of your conditioning? The answer is you don't see... seeing is acting." J. Krishnamurti

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    Dear Solomon Levi,

    Sorry i forgot to ask.What kind of magnets were you using, neodymium cermic or rare earth?

    Best regards,

    Ged

    Quote Originally Posted by solomon levi View Post
    I made a very cheap ormus trap based on this simple device:
    http://tesla3.com/free_websites/ormus_traps.html

    But I didn't use a donut magnet but rather 4 rectangular magnets about 1 by 2 inches
    and 1/4 in thick. I placed them around the pipe in a square fashion and their
    attraction for eachother held them in place.

    I got some milky water very quickly by running the hose through it. It was a bit sweet too.

    I was always discouraged about the complexity of most traps but this one is very simple,
    and cost me 10 dollars (the magnets were $8; a foot of pvc pipe, the "T" and a foot of cord)
    and about 5 minutes to make!
    I didn't use clamps and hoses - just pipe that fit snugly together - no glue or anything, and
    the pipe fits snugly inside a water bottle or 2-liter pop bottle which I use for recipient.


    I'll post pics soon.

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    They were ceramic. Specifically these:
    http://www.truevalue.com/product/2-P...eyword=magnets

    Four of them fit perfectly around the pipe I used and held themselves in place.
    http://serpentrioarquila.blogspot.com/

    "To conjure is nothing else than to observe anything rightly, to know and understand what it is." - Paracelsus

    "Why, then, don't you act when you see the danger of your conditioning? The answer is you don't see... seeing is acting." J. Krishnamurti

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