Category:Nano-Coating and the Production of GANS

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Main ways, how to coat copper or other metals, Source: Keshe Foundation, 2016

The base material for the coating is copper in any form. The coating is carried out either chemically by etching (steam coating with NaOH) or thermally by heating (Fire Coating by gas burner). During the coating process "gaps between the [outer most layers of copper] atoms" are created. The coating is often referred to as nano-coating, the layers of which build up during the process of the creation of the coating. The following video explains Nanolayers in details:

Nano-Coating Using NaOH

In order to coat copper wires or plates, you will need:

  • A plastic container with lid (not too big)
  • Weights for weighing down the lid
  • Ready-wound copper coil, wires or plates
  • ~ 100 grams of pure NaOH powder or beads (Do not use drain cleaners. You can buy it in art shops; it is used to remove paint as alkaline-based stripper, or in chemist's/drugstore)
  • ~ 2 liters of distilled water (according to the quantity of coils and size of the plastic container)
  • Electric kettle or stove top to boil water

Phase 1: Caustic bath (~ 2 days)

  • A zinc grid (can be a mesh, which is zinc coated) is placed at the bottom of the plastic container.
  • Scatter just enough NaOH powder to cover the entire bottom of the container.
  • Before placing the plates in the container, you can drill a small hole at the top corners of the plate(s).
  • Hang the coils and/or plates directly in the container, so that they do not touch each other and the container
  • Place the lid, slightly askew, on the container. Leave a small opening.
  • Boil distilled water and pour it (boiling) into the container via the opening until water covers all the coils and/or the plates.
  • Quickly close the opening by placing the lid correctly on the container.
  • If necessary, place a weight on the lid to ensure as little steam as possible escapes.
  • Leave the container in this state for 24 hours, place the container on a warm location (ideal over 25°C, best at about 30°C)

IMPORTANT: The entire nano-material needs to be covered completely in the caustic bath!

Caution: During the pouring of boiling water, steam will escapes. Please wear protective glasses and protective gloves during this process.

Phase 2: Growing of Nano-Layers (~ 2-4 days)

  • After 24 hours have passed, remove most of the water of the container and leave about 5mm liquid at the bottom of the plastic container
  • Let stand for another 2 till 4 days on a warm place or directly in the sun.
  • Every 6 hours, take a multimeter (set on mv) and touch with the negative pole one end of the plate and with the positive pole at several positions to drain the plate(s) voltage.
  • For coils, if its a double coil, touch the coil with the negative pole of a multimeter at the positive pole of the coil and touch the positive pole of the multimeter at the negative pole of the coil for a few seconds, to drain the voltage out of the coil(s).
  • When this process is completed, never touch the nano-coating and ensure the coils and/or plates never touch each other.

Caution: Use protective glasses and protective gloves during this process.

Phase 3: Wash the nano-material

  • Wash the plates and coils several times, using hand-warm water
  • Let them dry again slowly (do not heat and pile the material, hang it again), coils and plates should never touch each other

Nano-Coating Using A Gas Burner

Gas burner (gas torch, blow torch) with butane gas

With this type of coating process it is not necessary to go through the process of polarization (draining the voltage) and drying. However, temperature and direction of application of the fire coating is crucial. When applying the fire coat, the direction in which you apply the flame to the copper must always be in the direction of flow of the coiled wires and the wires must never reach a point of glowing due to the application of heat. Once the wires are heated to a point where they begin to emit a golden shimmer, the gas burner should be moved to an adjacent point on the wires. (For clarification, this will be explained in detail below in an accompanying video).

Moreover, the coils will begin to cool as soon as you move the flame from an area that is being heated to an adjacent point. If, after a few seconds of the heat being removed from an area, the wires take on different colors like red, turquoise or blue throughout the area, this is an indication that the temperature during the fire coating of that area was too low. If this occurs, simply return the flame to the area and coat it again before moving to an adjacent area. If however the wire begins to glow, the temperature is too high and you should back the burner away from the coils slightly to decrease the temperature and continue coating. With practice, the application process becomes automatic.

To fire coat, you require:

  • A gas burner with butane gas (it also works with a propane / butane mixture)
  • Copper coils or plates
  • Refractory mounting device for mounting/hanging the coils or plates (preferably metallic)

Important: Do not apply the fire coat in rooms that are too cold. Doing so will cause the coating layer to easily separate from the copper wire. There are also differences in quality of the copper wires. Sometimes slight cracks at the surface of the raw uncoated wire can be detected.

Note: Please use a gas burner with a tight and narrow pointed flame when applying the coating to ensure very accurate pinpoint application at an area on the wire. If you use a wide, broad flame you will heat up too wide of an area of wire at once. This will result in inaccuracy in the direction of heating of each coil. (Please view the following video for clarification). Fire Coating Video

When nano-coating copper using fire, it is done at least in two or more sessions depending on how consistent you become in each session. Between each session, the copper is allowed to cool at room temperature. During the cooling process the copper continues to interact with the atmosphere and you will begin to see a change in color on the surface of the copper. The reaction of the nano-coated copper during the succeeding sessions will be different compared to the first session when fire is first applied. On each succeeding session, the nano layer on the surface of the copper also acts as another layer of conductor and a heat sink. When the flame is applied, this surface layer will start to change into a dull color copper before reaching that right temperature of "shimmering surface" look. We still look for that "golden shimmering" moment as in the previous session and move the flame to the adjacent area. A third or more sessions is only required when you see inconsistency of nano-coating colors due to uneven lower heat application or flaking nano layers due to excessive heat application.

Important: For a magrav set of coils or multiple coils formation, the color of the inner coil (gravitational) and the color of the outer coil (magnetical) will usually manifest differently from each other due to the field interaction of the nano layers as they are created during the nano-coating process. Different materials (different batch of copper) will also have a different nano-coating layer. The environmental conditions (flame temperature, atmospheric air quality and temperature, plasma fields) during the nano-coating process greatly influence how the nano materials will manifest on the surface of the material like copper.

Prepare nano-coated material for GANS-production

Before you go into the production of GANS you have to wash the nano-coated material, otherwise you add the caustic to the GANS-water. Wash the plates best with distilled water several times, please use protections gloves during this process, do not touch caustic or nano-coated material. After washing, you can put the plates or coils immediately into your containers of GANS production. As long as you do not need your plates, leave them in your container, you can store them there, without washing. As soon as you wash your plates or coils, you stop the growth of nano-layers.

GANS Production

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Formation of GANS. Source: Keshe Foundation SSI, 2015



GANS is the abbreviation for "GAs in Nano-state of Solid." The Keshe Foundation has developed a method by which carbon dioxide (CO2) can be extracted from the air by simple means and converted into a solid state in the nanometer range (nano-state of solid). Production of CO2 GANS results when carbon in the air joins with oxygen of a salt solution. Within a kind of plasma bubble, consisting of Magnetical and Gravitational fields, this conjunction is brought into a crystalline form. These crystals absorb light (the fields) and store and release them according to demand. Each crystal is like a sun!

The Keshe Foundation discovered that GANS, dried as well as bound in water, is useful as a source of energy or can be usefully applied in areas of health and agriculture. Once GANS is produced it can be stored in distilled water to keep it moist. When it is stored in water, GANS does not mix with the water, it settles at the bottom of the water. GANS water is defined as the clear distilled water in which GANS is stored. The water can be used in various ways. It is possible to pour it into bath water, to make health patches as wound dressings or to use it as a spray. Small volumes of it, like drops diluted in water (Liquid Plasma) are drinkable. The applications for the use of GANS and Liquid Plasma are limitless..

The process of GANS production, developed by the Keshe Foundation, work for the production of CO2 GANS, but also for other types of GANS. The drawing (Formation of GANS) shows schematically the development of GANS, the base of which is raw copper. Note the compact atomic structure at the bottom of the graphic. In the first step of the process of the formation of GANS, copper is nano-coated. During the coating process spaces between atoms are formed and nano-layers with nano-wires are created (see Coating). Nano-coated copper in interaction with a zinc plate, in a salt water solution, creates CO2 GANS which collects and settled at the bottom of the collection container (see Production of CO2 GANS). Test

GANS is required for the operation of the Keshe Foundations Plasma Power systems (see the product descriptions for the Power Units in the webshop at for information on Plasma Power products). GANS is a key component in all of the Foundations products. For example, it is used to coat copper coils and used in GANS tanks (e.g. ping pong ball) at the center of coils. As well, GANS is required in order to produce GANS water which is in-turn used to produce GANS fields. Various types of GANS waters are used in many areas of society. Find below descriptions on the production of the four basic kinds of GANS, which are produced by immersing nano-coated copper wires or nano-coated copper plates, in combination with various metals, in a 10% sea salt water solution (100gm sea salt dissolved in 1 litre of distilled water). (CAUTION: never touch GANS with any part of the body).

Materials required for the production of GANS:

  • Plastic container
  • Distilled water
  • Unrefined, natural sea or rock salt
  • Nano-coated copper wires for short-circuiting of the metals
  • Nano-coated copper plates or coils
  • Various uncoated metal plates (zinc, copper, iron) which are needed for the production of different types of GANS'

This table gives an overview:

GANS Color Coated Material Uncoated Material salt content
CO2 (ZnO + CO2) cream white nano-coated copper zinc 3-10%
ZnO white nano-coated zinc zinc 3-10%
CH3 (FeO + CH3) reddish brown nano-coated copper zinccoated iron 3-10%
CuO (CuO + Cu) turquoise nano-coated copper copper 3-10%

IMPORTANT: When you produce your different GANSes, keep a distance (at least 3m, best 5m) between the different GANS-container. The closer the container, the more you get a mixture of different GANSes. Keep in mind, that through the selection of your different metals, you create a "magnet", which attracts the fields from the environment.

Different Types of GANSes

Below in the section of 'Pages in category "Nano-Coating and the Production of GANS"' you find an overview of different types of GANSes, how to produce and to apply them, click on the GANS-Type you like to know more about:


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Pages in category "Nano-Coating and the Production of GANS"

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