A Simple Guide For Producing GANSes Of Tritium (H3), Deuterium (H2), Hydrogen (H) And Neutron

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This article is part of the KF Plasma Times December 2018

by Marius Zega, Keshe Romanian Association, in collaboration with the Romanian Knowledge Seekers . * This material was prepared by the team of Knowledge Seekers from the Keshe Romania Association and was written by Marius Zega based on information from M.T. Keshe’s teachings and personal experiences of the team in producing these GaNSes.
Keywords: space fuel, multi-core reactors, plasmatic isotopes of hydrogen.

Published: December 2018.


Figure 1. Atomic structure of Hydrogen, Deuterium and Tritium.

Based on Mr. Keshe’s Model of the "Universal Order of Creation of Matter", the Initial Fundamental Plasma is considered to be similar to the structure of the Neutron. On the other hand, the decay of the Initial Fundamental Plasma leads to the division of its content into the two components of an atom: the proton and the electron. In this process, magnetic residual plasma fields are also released, which can manifest in the form of light or energy. One proton and one electron form the Initial Fundamental Atom (which is the Hydrogen atom). Through the addition of one neutron, the Deuterium atom (denoted D or H2) is obtained, and by adding two neutrons, we reach the Tritium atom structure (denoted T or H3), as illustrated in Fig. 1. Deuterium and Tritium are the two isotopes of Hydrogen.

Free plasma of a Neutron contains the entire plasma spectrum. Therefore, Neutron plays an important role in the creation of any material, in production of energy, and for many other applications of plasma technology. Neutron production is facilitated by the field interaction between the isotopes of Hydrogen, which are the basic building blocks in plasma technology. This publication presents the reader with a simple, practical guide on how to produce GaNSes of Tritium, Deuterium, Hydrogen and Neutron.

Procedure for producing Tritium GaNS (H3)

Tritium GaNS (H3) has high magnetic field strength. It is a basic GaNS used for flight and in energy systems. In its physical state, Tritium is a Hydrogen isotope of atomic mass 3, containing two Neutrons and a proton. In the state of GaNS, Tritium is a plasmatic structure that behaves completely differently and shows no radioactivity, despite its name being misleading. What is achieved through the Tritium GaNS process, manifests in the plasma interactions only the structural properties of the Tritium atom. Even if the plasma formula is H3, it denotes only the plasma mass of this unitary structure. Tritium GaNS has a very strong magnetic plasma characteristics and is applied in the Keshe space flight technology.

Attention! Tritium, Deuterium or Hydrogen GaNSes can be integrated into plasma systems for processing various imbalances with a very high efficiency. However, one should restrain from applying these GaNSes in health application, unless they possess the required knowledge.

Figure 2. Usage of a champagne cup for CH3 Gans production.

Obtaining Tritium GaNS involves the use of a standard CO2 GaNS production kit, with a Nano-coated copper plate and a zinc plate, connected with an LED. It is advisable that the container used is fairly large and is made of glass. For example, one can use a parallelepiped-shaped glass bowl, or an aquarium with walls glued with a special carbon-free adhesive. The distance between the two plates in the CO2 reactor is about 12-14 cm. Inside this CO2 production box, at a distance of at least 4 cm above the water’s surface, above the level of the metal plates, an uncovered glass vessel is mounted, which is filled with the CH3 GaNS. For this purpose, one can mount some plastic hooks to the inner walls of the box. The vessel must not come into contact with the water in the production box! It ought to be positioned above the level of the metal plates, so that the plasma interactions between the two plates do not directly affect the processes in the suspended glass vessel. This glass vessel’s base should be large, so that the liquid in it is exposed over the largest possible area. It should not be positioned between the two metal plates, but above their level. It is necessary that the CO2 production box is tall enough, so that one can mount the glass vessel inside it.

To hold the CH3 GaNS, one can use a higher-legged glass (like a glass of champagne) that rests on the bottom of the reactor. Its leg should be tall enough to reach above the level of the metal plates – as depicted in Fig. 2.

The upper part of this CO2 production box is then carefully sealed, thoroughly separated from the atmosphere (for example, one can use a special carbon-free adhesive). The LED wire between the two metal plates remains inside this enclosed space. After about 10-12 days, in the glass vessel at the top of the reactor one can observe a yellowish or yellow-blue liquid, which is the Tritium GaNS (H3). Between the Nano-coated copper and zinc plates a plasma carbon field is formed, which like a magnet attracts the carbon field from the CH3 GaNS in the glass vessel. The liquid in the suspended vessel exhibits the characteristics of the plasma fields of Tritium (H3), forming the Tritium GaNS. Fig. 3 provides a visual representation of this process. This procedure, in which plasma is extracted from a plasma component such as GaNS, is called plasma reduction. This is possible due to the special properties of GaNS materials, which are actually a condensation - a manifestation of plasma in physicality.

Figure 3. Tritium GaNS production.

The reason for not using plastic or polypropylene vessels or carbon-containing adhesives in the Tritium GaNS production are as follows. The plastic contains in its formula Carbon and Hydrogen (the chemical formula of polypropylene is (C3H6)n). These elements can interfere, by feeding the plasma processes which take place in the reactor. If one uses a plastic box (polypropylene), as it is commonly used in GaNS production boxes, for example in the CO2 GaNS production, fields of Carbon from the plastic walls of the reactor are extracted next, after all the carbon in the air is processed. This delays the process of obtaining GaNS of Tritium. With the extraction of carbon from the adhesive, one can discover a rapid degradation of its performance, resulting in leaks. It should be noted that CH3 GaNS is not always completely transformed. A small part of it usually remains in the GaNS’ vessel, mixed with Tritium GaNS.

Advice: The GaNS should be stored in hermetically sealed glass vessels. The best commercially available, are glass bottles with glass cap and rubber lining.

The plasma of Tritium GaNS has a much higher magnetic plasma strength than the CH3 GaNS and an extraordinary area of coverage. One can amplify the reduction process by using a DC power source between the Nano-coated Copper plate and the Zinc plate.

Procedure for producing Deuterium GaNS (H2)

Deuterium is a Hydrogen isotope which has one neutron and one proton in its nucleus, and atomic mass of 2. Deuterium GaNS is considered to be the "base building block" in the Keshe space flight technology. Throughout the Universe, one can find magnetical-gravitational field packets with the strength equal to the one of proton’s, neutron’s and the electron’s, which can be ‘captured’ to produce Deuterium - considered as the "fuel of the future". Under certain conditions, Deuterium GaNS can form diamond crystals during the drying process (by coupling 6 atoms of Deuterium).

This GaNS has a neutral characteristic, it can play either a magnetic or a gravitational role, depending on the system in which it is integrated. It’s black in color and if prepared correctly, Deuterium GaNS interacts with magnets. It interacts with the magnet because it origins from the CH3 GaNS, which is produced with the aid of a galvanized iron plate.

Because it is made in the plasma condition of the iron element (or in another words, it is "in the iron's plasma field strength") it inherits certain plasmatic properties of iron). Deuterium GaNS is black or yellow.

Attention! Do not use Deuterium GaNS in medical applications unless you possess the required knowledge.

Figure 4. Deuterium GaNS production.

The first method for obtaining Deuterium GaNS involves using a standard CH3 GaNS production environment. Inside the GaNS production box, above the water level (the same way as in the procedure for obtaining Tritium GaNS), place an open glass vessel with the CH3 GaNS and close the reactor hermetically. Plasma processes in the CH3 production box, form a kind of special "magnet" for both, the Carbon element (C) and the Hydrogen element (H). Therefore, from the plasma structure of the CH3 GaNS, in the smaller vessel located at the top of the reactor, one Carbon and one Hydrogen atom are extracted. In this way one obtains GaNS of Deuterium (H2), in the iron's field strength.

The second method for obtaining Deuterium GaNS is through the restructuring of the CH2 GaNS. To produce the CH2 GaNS one can use a CH3 GaNS production kit and connect a power supply between the two metal plates. Connect the Nano-coated copper plate to the (+) of the power supply and galvanized sheet electrode to the (-) of the power source. The electrical current used should not exceed 1.5 V and 50 mA. The obtained CH2 GaNS has a distinct black color. By extracting Carbon fields from the CH2 GaNS structure, we obtain Deuterium. This can be achieved in a hermetically sealed CO2 production box. Inside it, above the plates one can place an open vessel with the CH2 GaNS – Fig. 4. This procedure is similar to the one for reducing CH3 to the Tritium GaNS. The CH2 GaNS structure gets depleted from Carbon (C) and reduces to H2.

Figure 5. Deuterium GaNS production (#3).

The third method for obtaining Deuterium GaNS is similar to the Tritium GaNS production, but this time one uses a ZnO GaNS production kit - a zinc plate and a nano-coated zinc. The glass vessel at the top of the reactor is filled with distilled water (H2O). Again, the entire GaNS production box needs to be hermetically sealed – see Fig. 5.

When the Oxygen inside the reactor and in the air is exhausted, Oxygen from the distilled water gets pulled. This phenomenon is due to the fact that submerged in the plasma fields of this reactor, the distilled water is in the plasma state and will behave just like a H2O GaNS. The remaining Hydrogen forms the Deuterium GaNS, which can be confirmed visually as the distilled water gradually acquires a black color. The process of two atoms of Hydrogen bonding into a Deuterium structure is depicted in Fig. 6.

A very interesting application of the later reduction method (#3) is to reduce (in the ZnO2 box) the CO2 GaNS to the GaNS of Carbon (C).

The fourth method involves the use of three dynamic reactors with spherical containers filled with different proportions of the Tritium (H3) GaNS. Through the plasma interactions between the three reactors, reduction of the H3 GaNS in one of the reactors leads to Deuterium GaNS, in the other reactor reduces to Hydrogen GaNS, and the last one remains Tritium.

For Deuterium GaNS collection, use a needle syringe. Remove the reactor’s cap and with the syringe needle collect the Deuterium GaNS. Take a sealable test tube, open it and with the syringe needle inject the Deuterium GaNS into it; seal the tube.

Attention! Store this GaNS in hermetically sealed containers/tubes, which can be Nano-coated for an optimal result. Contact with the atmosphere can affect this GaNS as it interacts strongly with any plasma field in its environment.

Tritium GaNS and Deuterium GaNS are one of the most powerful sources of energy in plasma technology.

Figure 6. The two Hydrogen atoms in the CH2 GaNS structure, form a stable Deuterium structure, through the fusion between an electron and a proton.
Figure 7. Deuterium (H2) positioned between South and North poles of two magnets.

Magnets and H2 Deuterium GaNS through its affinity to Iron, can be restructured via exposure to strong magnets.

1. Place some Deuterium GaNS between the North Pole of a magnet and the South Pole of another magnet (Fig. 7). The environment of magnetic field circulation between the two magnets, extracts magnetic plasma fields from the Deuterium GaNS, some of which are lost to the environment. Following this extraction, Deuterium loses one Hydrogen atom and H2 reduces to a single Neutron.

Figure 8. Deuterium (H2) positioned between two North poles of two magnets.

2. Placing some Deuterium GaNS between the two North Poles of two magnets (Fig. 8), results in a concentration of energy between the two magnets. This presence of fields ‘fuels’ Deuterium with magnetic fields, so that it gains a Neutron and turns into Tritium. In this process Tritium GaNS is gradually produced.

Figure 9. Deuterium (H2) positioned between two South poles of two magnets.

3. Placing some Deuterium GaNS between two South Poles of two magnets (Fig. 9), triggers a powerful energy extraction process, in which Deuterium loses one atom of Hydrogen to become a Neutron.

Similar processes occurs in Hydrogen or Tritium GaNSes placed between different configurations of the two magnets. Thus, a fifth method of producing Deuterium GaNS is through the restructuring of the Tritium GaNS between the two South Poles of two magnets, or between the South Pole and the North Pole of the magnets.

Figure 10. Hydrogen GaNS production.

Procedure for producing Hydrogen GaNS (H)

To produce the GaNS of Hydrogen, one can start with CH2 GaNS, placed in an open, glass vessel (Fig. 10). Place it inside a hermetically sealed CH3 GaNS production box. This CH3 reactor functions as a magnet for the C-H atoms in the CH2 GaNS structure and CH2 reduces to the Hydrogen GaNS, which is blue in color. Keep in mind that often some CH2 GaNS remains in the vessel, mixed with Hydrogen GaNS.

Attention! Do not use Hydrogen GaNS in medical applications unless you possess the required knowledge.

Advice: These three GaNSes should always be stored in hermetically sealed glass containers, otherwise they gradually return to the structure of the raw material from which they were obtained (CH3 GaNS). Very practical are the glass jars with a rubber cap and glass lining.

Procedure for producing Neutron GaNS

The difference between atoms of Hydrogen and Deuterium, as well as the difference between atoms of Deuterium and Tritium, is a single Neutron. Hence one can obtain the plasma of a Neutron by facilitating plasma interactions between these pairs of GaNSes.

However, it is necessary to keep in mind that Neutron plasma obtained in the interaction between Deuterium and Tritium differs from the one obtained in the interaction between Deuterium and Hydrogen.

An example of such a plasma Neutron capture reactor is a dynamic, multi-core reactor made up of three balls of different size (one inside another), rotated by a motor. For best results, these spherical containers should be made of glass. The largest ball is filled with a certain amount of Tritium GaNS in a distilled water salt solution. The middle ball placed inside it, is filled with distilled water salt solution. Inside the middle ball goes the third (smallest) ball, loaded with Deuterium GaNS, again in distilled water salt solution. Neutron plasma gets captured in the distilled water salt solution of the middle ball. Salty water is the best Neutron capture medium because it slows down the plasma fields to their matter state. This Neutron capture is at the plasma energy level.

However, it is necessary to keep in mind that the Neutron is very unstable. In plasma interaction with other Neutrons, it easily decays into a proton and an electron, thus radiating plasma fields. As a result, Neutrons form Deuterium, Tritium or other new elements. The results depend on the plasma environment we create for these processes, and one of the essential factors in creating this environment is our own conscious intention, the energies we engage in from the Soul level in this process.

Neutron is the initial, fundamental plasma. The Neutron plasma field is at the basis of plasma technologies for producing any type of material, depending on the condition of the plasma and the intensity at which the Neutron is created. Hydrogen, Deuterium and Tritium GaNSes, which are used in the Neutron fields’ production, are sufficient to produce any element found in this Universe. All applications of plasma technology are within reach but only through the correct use and understanding of the Neutron plasma field.


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