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#1 2016-09-12 10:19:25

Loohan
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some Luke Coil units by Loohan

12V array of Sep 12, 2016

LukaCoil12Varray.jpg

What is it?

The resin unit on the right has a Luke Coil and other weird stuff. The label should say "discombobulator". The resin unit on the left is the werewolf fryer i posted about yesterday:
http://loohanforum.orgoneitalia.it/viewtopic.php?id=552

The black box is a modified electronic amp i made many years ago, and haven't used for several years. I was prompted to embellish it a bit further, and use it for the LOAD that Luke Coils require. And to plug the output into the WW fryer.

One odd thing: when i made the custom molds for these units a few days ago, by splicing together containers, i was quite surprised that they both turned out exactly the same length.

And yes, the LUKE COIL is RUNNING ON 12V DIRECT CURRENT.
I suspected these coils would run on DC but never got around to trying it. Then Uros sent me pics of a couple of his units running on DC, and they felt great.
So i tried holding a 9V battery to my original Skull unit, but i didn't like it as much.
I conclude that some devices with this coil work better than others on DC.
Using DC makes it much more convenient for leaving in motor vehicles. One could hook up a bunch of these coil units in series with a tiny load on the end, and leave them on 24/7 without draining the battery much.
This unit on the right was designed to run on DC but i get it would work just as well on AC. (Of course the amp would get ruined if i left it it connected. Or at least the fuse would.)
I could replace the battery with an adaptor.
The hive minder has embedded banana jacks. If anyone wants to know, i can give some tips on embedding them.

No telling how long this array will be in use. After a while it will no doubt be modified, and eventually be reconfigured.

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#2 2016-09-12 10:53:07

ndw
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Re: some Luke Coil units by Loohan

Feels great!
beaware that some AC to DC adaptors will leave a pulse of AC @ 50/60hz. to remove this effect you have to filter it with a capacitor in series if I recall right, otherwise a filter like this
http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/ … 9200409E6E

will let you know more details after asking to some friends.
btw, a battery will be the best signal stability.

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#3 2016-09-13 04:18:54

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Re: some Luke Coil units by Loohan

top left of picture, is it an orb or a reflex of light in the floor?

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#4 2016-09-13 08:20:11

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Re: some Luke Coil units by Loohan

ndw wrote:

top left of picture, is it an orb or a reflex of light in the floor?

Invisible to me.
Top right is part of a water bottle.

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#5 2016-09-13 09:35:41

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Re: some Luke Coil units by Loohan

Ndw, are you talking about how the floor in top left corner has a similar purple hue as the 2 bars? Instead of the normal for color, I mean.. Like a speech bubble in a comic strip coming from the corner of the WW fryer. Energy seepage coming from the corner? I didn't notice this before. Hmm.. But it looks closer to camera than floor is. Guessing it's a sentience of some kind.


Be calm, be Upright.
Be anchored in your own Light.

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#6 2016-09-13 09:55:30

ndw
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Re: some Luke Coil units by Loohan

cosmicbal wrote:

Ndw, are you talking about how the floor in top left corner has a similar purple hue as the 2 bars? Instead of the normal for color, I mean.. Like a speech bubble in a comic strip coming from the corner of the WW fryer. Energy seepage coming from the corner? I didn't notice this before. Hmm.. But it looks closer to camera than floor is. Guessing it's a sentience of some kind.

yes

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#7 2016-09-13 10:16:47

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Re: some Luke Coil units by Loohan

Oh that? Didn't see it with my blue-blocker glasses on.
Might be some weird reflection. There is a window in that direction. Though i dunno why spot would be purple. Don't think any woo-woo orgone factors involved.

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#8 2016-09-13 15:09:21

UrosS
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Re: some Luke Coil units by Loohan

Powerful device!

I also replaced my 9V battery with 12V old cell phone adapter and works better, and will also make it adaptable for car battery soon.

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#9 2016-09-14 08:11:04

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Re: some Luke Coil units by Loohan

Now, i have some bones to pick with these Egyptoids, so i was guided to make this:

Luke_coil_brasscore.jpg
That's solid brass stock.

Luke_coil_Brassy.jpg

Only brass shavings in the cast, and resin with the Strontium-Barium Program. They would not let me add quartz, rhodizite,  or anything else.

The programming in the brass at this time is about 90% the new anti-Egyptoid pgm, and 10% the Brass Pgm, with traces also of the Sodium-Neutron Pgm (which mitigates the yang, fiery nature of brass).

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