Unusual interactions over physical matter through the magnetic plasmatic fields of Iron

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This article is part of the KF Plasma Times April 2019

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In the present times, in formal education systems around the world, the fundamental idea of the field is being taught in a very incomplete way, which is limited to physicality. Thus, in classical/nowadays physics, the idea of fields defines a region in space in which every point has a determined measure/ unit associated with it.

In the modern framework of quantum field theory, a field occupies a space, contains energy, and its presence hinders a classic "true vacuum". In classical physics the field is a form of matter, through which the interaction between particles takes place. A particle creates a field around itself and a field interacts over another particle.

With a much higher understanding, in Plasma Science, the field represents a plasmatic reality which defines a certain plasmatic condition of the space in which that field is manifested. Plasmatic interactions take place through the fields. The manifestations of magnetic plasmatic fields can be situated on different energy levels, much higher than the ones of the physical matter (or physicality, as it is known in Plasma Science).

Figure 1. Materials for the CH 2 GaNS reactor.

This is why only a part of these phenomena is visible or measurable in current physics, which only accepts and studies the limited area of matter state. Magnetic phenomena (as we know from the physicality) are only a particular manifestation of the plasmatic magnetic fields at the strength of the physicality.

Although this is a different approach than the one of modern physics, it is perfectly applicable, with objective results. This brings it an exceptional value; this is why it needs to be approached without any prejudice and with an open mind.

Practical results of Plasma Science prove, for example, the existence of fields that can magnetize any kind of physical object. In the experiments that were shown since 2008 (Keshe, 2008), Mr. Keshe proved the existence of a form of ferromagnetism with visible manifestation in the case of a simple piece of plastic.

Ferromagnetism is the most frequent and powerful type of magnetism in physicality. According to modern science, in normal conditions, only some of the metals have ferromagnetic properties: iron, nickel, cobalt and their alloys. These metals can be either attracted by magnets or they can become permanent magnets by magnetizing them. Other substances react very weakly to the action of the magnetic fields of physicality, under the action of two other forms of magnetism, such as Para magnetism and diamagnetism, but the forces that are manifested in this case are almost unnoticeable/insensible. (Wikipedia, 2019)

Figure 2. Tying two pieces of metal together.
Figure 3. The CH 2 GaNS production setup.
Figure 4. The CH 2 GaNS reactor.

As we know, through the interaction of galvanized iron and nano-coated copper we can create the CH 3 GaNS. By creating a certain plasmatic condition, the CH 3 GaNS can be reduced to Deuterium (H 2 ) GaNS. Another procedure of creating Deuterium GaNS is to reduce the CH 3 GaNS to CH 2 GaNS. The resulted GaNS will have a connection with the Iron which is used in the GaNS reactor. Magnetical and Gravitational fields of Deuterium GaNS that was produced by this method have a specific composition, being connected to the fields of the Iron. Thus, they carry the behavior of the Iron. This means that Deuterium will react similarly to the Iron in the presence of a magnet. What we need to understand is that this transfer of ferromagnetic proper- ties is mediated by magnetic plasma fields. For the modern science it is difficult to overcome the strictly limited vision/understanding which links ferromagnetism only to aspects of physicality, such as the quantum mechanical spin. With all that, some very simple experiments can bring clarity upon the reality of the action of magnetic plasmatic fields over the magnetism of the physicality.

The CH 2 GaNS Reactor

One can start by setting up a very simple reactor for the creation of CH 2 GaNS. The setup of this reactor is a specific way to obtain CH 2 GaNS rapidly. For this, use 10% salt water. Inside this reactor place a nano-coated copper coil or plate. 12- 14 cm away place a double-metallic piece. This piece consists of a Zinc plate and an Iron plate (a very weak/low steel alloy) that are clean and have the same shape and size (Fig. 1).

One can obtain a single piece of metal by uniting tightly the two pieces of metal together. For this, we can use a few plastic cable ties – as in Fig. 2.

Then, connect the Nano-coated copper coil/plate to the negative (-) pole of a DC power source and the double-metallic piece to the positive (+) pole of the DC power source – as depicted in Fig. 3. One can use a copper wire to make the connections.

Subsequently, power up the GaNS reactor with a DC current of 1-1.2V and 80-150mA.

You will notice that this reactor (Fig. 4) produces ZnO GaNS in the first few days, sometimes in very large quantities. Then, the ZnO GaNS production will turn into a black GaNS. This is the CH 2 GaNS. We collect it separately and we store it in a hermetically sealed glass jar.

To further explain, there are several processes in this GaNS reactor:

1. The Nano-coated copper and zinc produce the ZnO GaNS;

2. The Nano-coated copper and iron creates the CH 2 GaNS. This phenomenon occurs due to the water electrolysis, which lead to the formation of hydroxyl ions HO ̄ near the cathode (the Nano-coated copper). Having a high affinity to hydrogen, they capture hydrogen for the formation of the CH 3 GaNS. Then, in this reactor, the CH 2 GaNS gets created.

3. The ZnO GaNS formed in the CH 2 GaNS reactor, gradually shifts to the strength of the CH 2 GaNS.

Figure 6. The Deuterium GaNS Reactor.

The CH 2 GaNS Reduction

Use a glass container and set up a CO 2 GaNS reactor in it. Inside this glass container, in its lower part, place a nano-copper coil/plate and a zinc coil/plate, connected through an LED.

WARNING! For hanging these metal parts inside the reactor, use only glass hangers fixed to the inner walls of the reactor.

They can be made with the help of a glass blower. Inside the glass container, on top of the nano- coated copper and zinc coils/plates, place a smaller container with a wide opening. This container is also made of glass and it contains the previously obtained CH 2 GaNS. Similarly, the stand for it needs to be made only of glass. Hermetically seal the big glass container with a glass cover and silicone. Use the silicone on the outer side of the container, only.

Inside this glass container, in the interaction between the nano-coated copper and zinc coils/ plates, the Carbon field is created. This behaves as a magnet for the Carbon inside the CH2 GaNS structure. In the smaller glass container above the CO2 GaNS reactor, one obtains the Deuterium GaNS.

Plasmatic reduction using a magnet

Collect the Deuterium GaNS that was produced, which has a black color. Get a ping-pong ball and fill it with this liquid Deuterium GaNS (using a syringe). Then hermetically seal the ball and place it between the North and South poles of two magnets, which will generate a powerful process of energy extraction, after which the Deuterium will lose an atom of Hydrogen and hence the difference between the Deuterium and the extracted Hydrogen is one neutron. This is one way to obtain the plasma of a neutron. This process may take several weeks. You will notice that the liquid from the Deuteri- um GaNS container disappears/reduces. The ball will be almost empty, with small traces of Deuterium GaNS on its inner side.

Ferromagnetic phenomena induced through the plasma fields of Deuterium

Figure 7. H2 GaNS reduction

When you take a few small sized neodymium magnets you can notice that the empty (Deuterium) ball has ferromagnetic properties as it gets attracted by the neodymium magnets. The ball is attracted by both poles of the magnets, same as a piece of Iron. One can observe that over time, the ferromagnetic properties of the ball become more and more powerful. In my experiment, I surprisingly noticed that one can use this ball to lift more than 100g of magnets that get tightly stuck to the ball. This phenomenon can not be explained though the assumption that inside the ball, some ferromagnetic powder resulting from the drying the GaNS of Deuterium, has remained. Simply, the dry material that remains in- side the ball, on its inner walls, is in a small amount. In modern science no ferromagnetic material is known to exhibit such a force of attraction.

We can observe an amazing phenomenon by cutting this ball in two halves. It will instantly lose all its ferromagnetic properties. This proves to us, without any doubt, that the observed phenomenon is not caused by any alleged ferromagnetic powder remaining inside the ball . Its ferromagnetism is caused by powerful plasmatic magnetic fields captured inside the ball. The source of these powerful plasmatic magnetic fields can be the fields of the plasmatic neutron inside the ping-pong ball.

Another way to experiment

Figure 8. An empty ping-pong ball obtained by the presented method, which has a powerful ferromagnetic manifestation.

Get a piece of wood of the length of 5-10 cm. Then fill in a small glass bottle with Deuterium GaNS. Put the piece of wood inside the bottle and leave it like this for a few days. Then extract the piece of wood and let it dry. It will remain impregnated only at its surface with dry Deuterium GaNS. Then one can use a knife to peel this piece of wood to obtain smaller pieces – 2-3 mm thick. As we get closer to the center part of the wood, you get more perfectly clean pieces of wood. By placing a neodium magnet close to these wood fragments, you will notice that they have ferromagnetic properties, as they get attracted by the magnet. As we (normally) know, wood does not have ferromagnetic properties. The only explanation for this phenomenon we have concluded, is that the wooden material stores plasmatic magnetic fields of the strength of Iron.


Keshe, M.T. (2008). Experiment Keshe - Principiile Magnetismului Revelate. Retrieved from YouTube: https://youtu.be/PKyfmemFQLY

Wikipedia. (2019). Ferromagnetism. Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferromagnetism

Supplementary Material

This work is also based on the following two video resources, which are not directly quoted in the article.