Making Plasmatic fields visible and measurable

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This article is part of the KF Plasma Times July 2018

by Christian Böttgenbach, Student at KF SSI Education, Feb 2018

Text also available in German.

Keywords: measuring GANS, differentiating between GANSes, field strength.

Published: July 2018.


This is the description of a method to make visible, compare and measure plasmatic (MaGrav) fields, as requested by the Keshe Foundation. It is an ongoing study, the results encourage me to share the method used and some of the results at this early stage. I want to set up a database to be able to show, determine and measure the plasmatic fields of GaNS. I use a method of creating rising pictures through a capillary-dynamic process, that has been developed by W. Hacheney.


Any sample will release its fields with help of water into a suitable filtering paper during a capillary-dynamic process. This happens, because the fields can create micro-motion in matter state fluids, if the fluids are in an open state of matter, GaNS-like. Usually we do not see this motion created by fields, but when absorbed instead of pressed, fluids, especially waters, will freely release the fields they are carrying, in shape of micro-motion, to another medium. In this special setup this motion of the water is being braked, when it is absorbed through capillary diameters of 2 micron or less. We use metal salts to colour this otherwise invisible process. The metal salts are released, where the micro-motion slows down, giving us an exact copy of the field-induced motion of the carrier, the water.


Wilfried Hacheney developed and used this method to determine morphology and powers (MaGrav fields) behind the substances he has been working with as an engineer. He made about 150.000 images this way. I was taught by him how to create and analyze the resulting images. His invention corresponds to earlier developments by E. Pfeiffer, W. Kaelin, L. Kolisko and others, going back to hints by R. Steiner about 100 years ago. A more recent dissertation by Aneta Zalecka (Uni Kassel, 2006) reveals, that even the older methods of creating rising pictures are valid scientific methods, concerning comparability and evaluation of the quality of food. We met her in her lab to watch her work and discuss results.


Kaelin Petri Dish
Kaelin Petri Dish

- Get Kaelin petri dishes (amorphous glass) with a rise in the middle, for the fluids to gather in a ring close to the outer rim. They can be bought at “Forschungsring Darmstadt e.V.” in Germany.

- Buy argentum nitricum (2%) and ferrum sulfuricum (2%) as well as a pipette and small bottles with pipettes for dispensation of equally sized drops. You can probably get that at your local pharmacy.

- Have gloves ready, otherwise you might create an image of your DNA. I use simple disposable latex gloves.

- Find suitable filtering paper. I use a special paper, 100 gr/m2, ca. 200 micrometer thickness, with an opening of 2 micrometer or less. My paper had been developed by Mr. Hacheney, until now I did not find anything matching its quality. I am working on that with Hahnemuehle, one of the most renowned producers of filtering and technical papers. The paper is the most important ingredient for the creation of these images. Without the right paper you might still get some pictures, but no clear, measurable shapes and relations. Blotting paper and orthochromatic paper will not work sufficiently.

- Use neutral water, it is needed as a reference and a carrier substance. All fields carried with the water will influence the images. Keep magnets, crystals and all “water-guru” stuff away from it. I use distilled water and additionally I try to bring it into the best state to be able to transfer the fields into the filtering paper. Our breath can teach us there:

The water droplets in our breath are about 2 micron in size, creating a huge surface of about 300.000 m2 per liter. This way the fields can easily be taken over by the water. I use a “levitation device” to move the water very fast ( 6x speed of sound), without pressure, into a special shape, to open it up into these small droplets. Existing fields carried by the water are being erased during that process. The water will be in the same state, have the same “inner surface” (if you add the surfaces of the micro droplets), as we have in our breath. Of course, you can do without that machinery. I just explain it to add to the knowledge and to offer an idea, what your soul might wish, when preparing the water. Cooking also helps to increase the inner surface of water and to erase some fields.

- A scanner would be handy to document the results. I scan the images with 2400 dpi, raw format and without backlight. It would be better to use a backlight to also acquire the faint shapes below the surface of the image.

No image processing at scan time recommended. Some software like “riot” to resize the images and “ImageJ” for filters, measurement and evaluation might be helpful afterwards, both are free

Method of creation (W.Hacheney)
Method of creation (W.Hacheney)

- Create an environment with little disturbances from all kinds of fields and radiation, including direct light, because they might influence the process. The results are also slightly influenced by the fields of daytime, earth, phase of the moon, planets and stars. For best results, 20° Celsius and 50-60% humidity are preferable. Small deviations might result in slight changes of size and colour but you will still create a useful image.

- Cut the filtering paper into sheets of 167 by 167 mm. Then make an extra cut, 25 mm from one of the borders. Bend the paper to a tube and bend the extra snippet away or cut it off, like I did on the picture. Attach a stainless paperclip to keep the paper in shape. If you use something else than a Kaelin petri dish, check the size of the paper you need beforehand.

- As it is a sensitive process and we have the same fields within ourselves, that we are creating images of, be aware of your emanations. It would be advisable to be in a balanced mood.

- Label the paper with the sample used and date of creation. Place the clean Kaelin petri dish, dispense up to 3 drops of GaNS Liquid (depending on the material to be tested) into the ring and add 4 drops of water. I use distilled and levitated water for neutral and powerful results. It might be necessary to create images of your water also, as a reference. Actually, you can examine anything this way, be it

fluids like blood (use only one drop of blood), saliva, juices from plants or hard materials or even emotions, if you add them to a fluid like water.

- Then place a suitable filtering paper, prebent to a tube, into that dish, so that it absorbs the liquid at the bottom. The orientation of the gap should be to the north.

- After about 20 minutes add 4 drops of silver nitrate solution (2%) and 3 drops of distilled water and put the paper back into the petri dish. Always check the orientation.

- After another 20 minutes add 3 drops of ferrum sulfuricum (2%) and 4 drops of water, same procedure.

- After 20 minutes again, add 2.5 ml of the water (preferably distilled and levitated) and then let it dry for about 12 hours. Remember to keep the image protected from direct light until it is dry.

- Then give it some light, diffuse daylight is fine, for development of the colours, for about one day. If you are testing other substances, it may take several days to develop them. Although sulfur stops the development of the silver, the pictures may become a little darker and loose some sharpness over time. Images may also change over time according to the state of the origin of the sample. I scan them, when they are ready.

Methods of observation

The best way to observe the results would be a light box, because when observing just the surface of the paper, some faint structures will remain hidden. Placing images on a window (daylight) works very well, too. Otherwise you might want to use scans of the image, which allows to enlarge them easily. I got a special pair of compasses (Relationalzirkel) from Mr. Hacheney. He told me to pay attention to all shapes and compare their relations to each other with it. It is also possible to measure and compare everything else, the most easy thing to start with is the height of the images. All GaNS images I created until now, show a different height, depending on the GaNS used as a sample. CH3 images build up about 10% higher than CuO2 images. The most important element of all observation is unbiased perception. Do take your time to repetitively watch an image without any assumptions, until it starts to reveal its secrets. The more images you have seen, the faster and easier important correlations can be found. Gain experience, reading the pictures really is an imaginative process.

The main reason to choose this method is its exactness, you can literally see everything in these images, if you have learned to read them. I am still at the beginning but would like to mention an example of exactness, that I experienced with Mr. Hacheney: When I gave him an image of my saliva, he looked at it briefly and told me that i have got two dead teeth. I only knew of one and I could not even see specific teeth in the image then. The other day I went to a dentist and it turned out that he was right. But it was far more, what he told me about my teeth, about certain weaknesses and strengths, what will happen to them and how to bring balance and health to them. What he could read out of an image of my blood, was even more astonishing, because he could see very specific things, that where going to happen in future. This is not a miracle, because every process initially occurs in the fields, before it manifests in matter state. Knowledge seekers know that anyway.

As a child, I was in a lucky situation, like Mr. Keshe, having a father that was dealing (literally) with X-ray films. My father also sometimes had to teach physicians how to read their images and he showed some at home. Also I studied eurythmy, which helps me now to understand the characteristics and qualities of the movements of the fields, which we can see in the rising pictures. Everyone has his own background, even more so it is desirable to find some kind of classification and standardization for this process, so we can compare, determine, practice and understand, wherever we are.

Basic classification

I created several series of images of CO2+ZnO, CuO2 and CH3 GaNS. I will only show one of them, all 3 images were created simultaneously. Before we can compare them, we have to find a rough classification. Enlarge the pictures and perceive them. Take your time!


The images contain several obvious elements:

- A brownish upper horizon with a special thickness, amplitude, curvature and intensity.

A second, blurred, grayish horizon, with clear differences in thickness and intensity, interrupted by vertical cylindrical pipe shapes.

- The pipes themselves, they seem to be 3-dimensional, at least. They strongly differ in many aspects, depending on the GaNS Liquid used as sample.

A closer look will reveal many more elements. Directions, relative angels, rotations, opacity, convexity and concavity as well as repetitions, sizes and amplitude can be taken as separate elements. This work is still in its initial stage. We will continue with a simple examination of the upper horizon and the pipes.

Short examination with details of images

Look at the brownish horizon. This sample shows an astonishing horizon there, because it has a lot of twin hills, and also alternately bigger and smaller hills. At some places, this horizon seems to fade away from below.
Many of the pipes show up in pairs that seem to correlate.

They regularly touch the upper horizon. Some of the darker pipes stay open at their top, where they touch the brownish horizon. Some of the single, thin and less coloured pipes seem to prick the horizon with their thin peaks.

Here we find an irregular-shaped, rather thick horizon, with hills pointing into different directions and deep, in part narrow valleys. Below it there is a very faintly colored region.
The pipes are mainly closed quite flatly at their almost colourless top, way below the brownish horizon. They are rather short and weak, unable to push through the greyish, weak belt. In many cases the colour surrounding the pipes seems to be stronger than the border of the pipes themselves. The detail images can be enlarged CH3
Here the brownish horizon is being superceeded by the pipes from below. It is strong but not independent, rather irregular and with a low amplitude. Observing the meandering grey lines from below shows an otherwise hidden structure that may help us to understand, how the brownish horizon is being created in general.
Now these are many, big, strong and dark pipes. None of them ends at the brownish horizon or below, instead, they all stay open at their top. We can see some brownish color in the greyish layer here. Look at the structures surrounding the pipes and branching out of them. Try to imagine direction, rotation and energy of the fields at the point of creating the image.

Comparing the results

Comparing the images will give us insight into the possibilities of rising pictures in general and it might also help to understand the characteristics of specific plasmatic fields. The first impression I want to mention here is the (at least) twofold character of the CO2/ZnO image, which can be observed in particular there. Until I have pictures of clean CO2 and ZnO apart from each other, I have a presumption: I believe, that we can see the single components of the fields of at least CO2 and ZnO there, although we learned from Mr. Keshe, that the resulting fields become a single entity. I expect, that this method allows the analysis of the combined fields and the strength, quality and even percentage of its components.

When comparing this CO2/ZnO image with the CuO2 image, we can clearly see a difference in field strength. The CuO2 image seems to be attached to the ground, probably due to more gravitational fields, compared to the environment. This would underline the importance of neutral water, that we use as a carrier. I tried to make images, where I replaced all water with the GaNS Liquid of the sample. The resulting images still allow a recognition of the kind of GaNS used, but are by far less significant. When comparing the CuO2 image with the CH3 one, we see the greatest difference between all images shown so far. The image shows a strong push upwards, or is it sucked upwards? Or even coming down from above? What do you feel about that? Some of the pipes seem to open up, becoming wider at their top. CH3 we characterize as a giver of energy and it is known to be an Magnetical GaNS. It seems that my GaNS meets this description. More tests with same kinds of GaNS from different sources have to be done.


Special observations

There is a strange component at the right rim of the CH3 image, that does not seem to fit in there. Look at this strange Pipe with that little finger with fingernail in it. Something like this did not repeat in any of my images of GaNS. Still this did not happen accidentally. Look at the bottom of the picture section, two impurities can be found there. They had been on the paper before, and I do not know, what they consist of. When we really learn to read the images, we will know. I placed that here to demonstrate the exactness and beauty of the conversion of any plasmatic field into a picture.

To the right, we see a detail from the center of the CO2/ZnO image. I am stunned every time I look at that shape. Can you follow the tender movement of the semitransparent veil, do you feel the harmony of it, can you see the picture of a madonna with her child? How many dimensions does it reveal? Let it talk to your soul!

A surprise

While watching the GaNS images, I had to think of amino-acids and that Mr. Keshe taught us, that they form the most beautiful star formations. This is what happened when I created an image of my ZnO amino-acid:


Above: Faint suns in the brownish horizon and below in the grey region.

Below: When really zooming into that same image, these structures appear. None of the GaNS images contain anything alike: Lots of little star-formations!


Special observations

When I saw this, I knew it is time to come forward and share, what I found


Although still at the very beginning, I believe to have found a valuable method to make plasmatic fields visible, comparable and even measurable. In contrast to other methods like crystallization, nothing is forced here, the fields release themselves freely, as if they want to teach us. There is a lot of work to be done. Many images, more classification, measurements and many comparisons have to be performed to add to our knowledge. The method is flexible, low cost, significant and very powerful. It has the potential to become a standardized evaluation instrument for GaNS and plasmatic fields. I will call it “Plasma imaging”, unless otherwise advised by Keshe Foundation.


All references refer to older methods of capillar dynamolysis or rising pictures, except the audio recording from W. Hacheney. The older methods are more sensitive to disturbances and give less exact but still sometimes very beautiful results.

Wilfried Hacheney, 13.3.1924 – 20.4.2010. Some of his works: Organische Physik. Aufsätze, Michaels-Verlag (Dezember 2001)

Der Weg – Der Mensch vom Geschöpf zum Schöpfer Wasser, Wesen zweier Welten. Michaels-Verlag (Dezember 2003)

Audio recording on “rising pictures” 2004/09/10, Kassel

You may also want to do a research on his patents here: Hacheney

Hyper-Wasser: Wasserenergetisierung nach Hacheney, 2014

(Wilfrieds son) Levitiertes Wasser in Forschung und Anwendung, 1994

Recent scientific works:

lookfor=steigbild&type=allfields&service=combined&submit_button=Suchen (Meaningful references can also be found here)