Voltage and current measurement of Free Energy Resonator. Close look at the all components

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Hi. This is one of my Free Energy Resonators. It is device that receives the radiation from electrosmog. You can find many videos about it on my youtube channel, so check it out. Really many people ask me about how many ampers it produces, so this short video is about current and voltage measurements. I’m also gonna show you better my insulator and I’m gonna try to prove I have no battery anywhere. This is my favorite LED bulb I’m using in all my videos, some of you say it’s remotely controlled bulb. Well first such bulb needs external power and second, look at this. No one would never be able to synchronize such fast movements. Here you can see some old battery. It is here only to show you that my multimeter is working properly. And now voltage measurement of this this resonator. All my resonators have about three volts, this one has also about three volts and of course it depends on antenna direction. In some direction you can see it has even over three volts, it really depends on what direction you turn the resonator. Now you can also see that the voltage varies when I am slightly bending the antenna. That’s a great prove that it really receives electrosmog. And this behavior would never be possible with any kind of battery. And here you can see current measurement. This particular resonator has about 20 milliamps and it of course depends on antenna direction or resonator tilt. It is the same like any other signal receiving. Any signal doesn’t have the same energy in all directions. Simply it is the same as any other common antenna. It receives different amount of signal from various directions. I forgot to show you there is no battery in the bulb. Or do you think there is any battery? Ok, then why isn’t it shining now? And again, here you can see my multimeter is working properly. And now I’m gonna show you in details whole resonator. This is antenna, it is hollow thing, no space to hide any battery, anywhere. And antenna voltage measurement. 0 volts. Everywhere. Here you can very clearly see magnet with insulator. Do you think this is battery? 0 volts. Everywhere. I can touch anywhere and there is only 0 volts. Let’s take a close look at the insulator. You can clearly see this is not any battery. It is very flexible piece of material. Or do you think it is a battery? Ok, let’s make a voltage measurement. 0 volts. Everywhere. Maybe it is better to show you it with LED bulb. Well, Insulator also isn’t battery. 0 volts and bulb isn’t shining. Or do you think it is a battery? Ok, then why 0 volts and no bulb shining? And the same situation with the magnet. You can very clearly see it’s a neodymium magnet. It is no battery. Well let’s make voltage measurement. I can touch anywhere and there is always zero volts. Again only to be sure my multimeter works well. And again, magnet with the insulator, 0 volts. And with the LED bulb, of course it doesn’t shine. Well, do you still think there is any battery? Ok then why 0 volts and why doesn’t it shine? Oh I forgot to show you magnet itself with LED bulb. So here it is. And here you can again very clearly see the insulator. And again voltage measurement. Now you can see that the resonator works only as a complete assembled thing. I believe someone again say I have some battery in my insulator or in magnet or in antenna or in LED bulb, but such people obviously don’t think too much. They only say some garbage and a they aren’t able to explain why the bulb isn’t shining or why the multimeter doesn’t show anything when I touch the magnet or the insulator, they aren’t able to explain why is the resonator working only as a complete device. Well if you are one of them, than this video isn’t for you. Watch this video carefully before you comment it.

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