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Magnetic Energy Generator - Is it Real?

Updated on January 16, 2013

A New Alternative to Solar Power

Solar Power has been Round for many years now and has become very popular in many households around the world. It's not surprising really because not only does it help the environment it also saves you money on electricity bills. To put it simply it just makes sense.

However, as good as solar power is, it does have a few drawbacks, the main one being the lack of usable energy it can actually produce. Despite advances in solar power technology over the last few years it still can only be used to heat the hot water in many homes that have it installed. This is because of the sheer number of solar panels needed to produce large amounts of energy. Most households will ony have enough room for a couple of solar panels up on the roof.

The other disadvantage is pretty obvious. It doesn't produce any electricity during the night and only small amounts of electricty on dull and cloudy days.

These are the two main drawbacks of solar power that make it somewhat limiting as a home alternative energy source. It also explains why the major electricity companies have never really felt threatened by solar power.

The same cannot be said about the new alternative energy that is becoming more and more popular around the world. What is it? Magnetic energy, and the good news is that it can power your whole home night and day.

DIY Magnetic Electricity?

Using the power of magnetism to power your home is fast becoming the most popular way to power your home, much to the displeasure of the major electric companies. Solar power is only good for supplying a small portion of your home electricity needs where as magnetic energy can actually power your whole home.

Depending on the size of the magnetic generator you really can have free electricity for life. So what's the catch I hear you saying! Well, yes I'm afraid there is a catch but it's not as bad as you may think!

The catch is that you have to build your own magnetic energy generator using licensed plans like the ones described http://teslamagneticgenerator.com/ which will set you back a small amount of cash. Don't worry though because it really isn't as difficult as it sounds.

The reason that you have to build your own magnetic generator instead of buying one is pretty obvious when you think about it. The electricity companies wouldn't allow the mass production of such generators. Unlike solar power, magnetic generators would really start to have a massive impact on global economies.

Electricity is one of the biggest commodities on the planet and if people suddenly started producing their own electricity you can see the possible problems.

The Australian inventors of the magnetic generator ran it to problem after problem when trying to bring their generator to market. In the end they decided to sell their plans online instead. Unknown forces may have been able to stop the manufacture of these generators but they couldn't stop the inventors from selling their plans online and enabling hundreds of thousands of people around the world to build their own magnetic energy generators.

Why You Won't See Free Energy Generators On Sale

Can Anyone Build Their Own Generator?

While the magnetic generator plans are actually pretty simple to work from, if you have no DIY experience then you probably won't be able to build it on your own. Having said that, if you are good with your hands then you would probably be able to do it.

Building the generator doesn't require any special tools and all the parts needed can be bought at any good DIY store, no matter where you live. The magnets that are used in the generator are just standard magnets and are easy to get hold of.

In short, it's not difficult to build, you don't need any special tools and the equipment is easy available everywhere, no matter where you live.

Another good thing about the magnetic generator plans is that they are scalable. What doe that mean? Well, you could start off by building a small scale generator that would reduce your electricity bills by 20%-40%. Then once you've built one successfully you could build a bigger version that would power your whole house!

Whatever size generator you build, they are really easy to hook up to your existing power supply. The plans also contain exact details on how to do it as well.


Hear From The Inventor of The Magnetic Generator

The Best DIY Project You'll Ever Undertake!

If you have even the most basic of DIY skills then this project will probably be the most fun thing you do for a while! Plus you get free electricity for life!

Some people still state that it won't work. They say that perpetual energy is a myth. In truth they are correct but on the other hand they are just splitting hairs. The reason being that the magnetic generator needs a battery to start the process running. After that it just keeps running practically forever!

Just because it takes a battery to start it some people say that it isn't a free energy generator! I don't know about you but I think that actually paying to use a battery to start the generator running and then receiving free energy for life is a pretty good trade off!!

You can learn more about the magnetic generator at MageticEenergyGeneration

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      Freya Cesare 9 months ago from Borneo Island, Indonesia

      Great idea. Very informative and well-written article. But still, DIY like this is impossible for me. I might ask a mechanic to create one for me. @__@

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      Demas W Jasper 4 years ago from Today's America and The World Beyond

      "Fantastic Hub" as you once wrote about a humorous one of mine. Thanks for the information and the links. I will let you know, if I am brave enough to put the information to work. We will see what we will see.

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      bjstroup 7 years ago from Brooklyn, MS

      Edward Leedskalnin of Coral Castle Florida fame had a very similar idea in place decades ago, so this is not a new idea, just a much more efficient spin on that same magnetic principle that Ed recognized in the 20's. I can understand why there are those that are skeptical of the technology, and even those that would claim that it breaks at least two, if not more, laws of physics. I would say to them that they don't understand how the machine operates, and that's it. I love the fact that someone has designed this wonderful machine in a nice little package, and wish it would be able to be sold as a complete kit, as I see many uses for just such a device. 24 Kw of power per day would make a nice power source for an electric vehicle, and the money savings when it comes to the coal power plants would be astounding. Great Hub, very informative, thank you for posting this.

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