Joseph John Misiolek



Before we begin, for those of you new to the art, a translator
is a device which can 'convert' EM energy into SCALAR or vice

When coverting EM energy to SCALAR, what you are actually doing
is attempting to create a subtructure in which the energy is
folded in on itself in such a way that it manifests no external
net effects in the manner in which our current test equipment
(single stage interaction) is designed to detect, but rather,
maintains all of its energy within the substructure itself
(hyperspace), in other words, SCALAR WAVES.

These types of waves are quite capable of penetrating
conventional forms of em shielding (Faraday Cages) while
remaining quite invisible to standard (single stage) detection

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They are created by deliberately opposing the E and/or B field
components of ordinary em waves. Devices designed to encourage
this type of wave formation are called TRANSLATORS.

A translator which can only convert EM to scalar or scalar to EM
is known as a 'one-way' device. There are certain types of
translators which are capable of converting freely from EM to
scalar and back. These devices are known as 'two-way' devices.
Lets take a closer look at some of the one-way devices.


A one way translator (EM-scalar) is extremely simple to
construct. In fact, the typical home or apartment is literally
FULL of these devices now! Consider the common two conductor
lamp cord used on many lights, small appliances, and radios.

This cord is commonly referred to as 'zip cord'. As the
current surges through the first wire, the second wire is
carrying the return current in the opposite direction. The EM
fields whirling about the conductors are in opposition.

Up until now, most of you were taught that the fields, while in
opposition, 'cancel' each other out. Does this mean that the
energy contained in those fields is destroyed? OF COURSE NOT!

We CANNOT destroy energy. We CAN cause it to change its form
and this is precisely what happens when fields in opposition
'cancel' out.

As the current oscillates through the wires, an oscillating
SCALAR WAVE results. If a direct current is applied to the wire
pair, a 'static' scalar EM field results.

Wire Pair Translator:

Tests have shown that the 'zip cord' described above, while
conducting a 60 cycle alternating current, will generate a 120
cycle scalar em wave.

Here we have the first (and perhaps the most basic) type of
translating device. A single conductor folded in half and
parallel will produce a scalar wave if it is fed energy from an
alternating current source. This basic translator is at the
heart of the next device.


>>> Figure A <<<

Non-Inductive (Bifilar) Translator:

Let us now take our simple translator and wind it into a helical
shape. We have just created what is commonly known as a non-
inductive (bifilar) coil. Such coils are copious one-way
emitters of these waves as well.

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Unlike the simple translator above which will produce
horizontally or vertically polarized scalar waves (depending on
their orientation to the ground plane), this type of translator
will produce circularly polarized scalar waves.

A variation of this type of translator is to wind the coil on a
45 degree angle up and down the length of the form creating a
series of 90 degree intersections where the windings cross
(caduceus coil).

These types of translators (which can also be wound at other
angles to facilitate the production of different wave types)
tend to create 'free' A, 'free' B, or 'free' E fields which
have been separated from the em source wave by selective
cancellation of the unwanted component fields of the source


>>> Figure B <<<

Bucking Coil Translator:

Another type of translator that I have experimented with
consists of two coils (air-core) arranged so that the fields
oppose or 'buck' against one another.

All that is necessary for this translator to produce scalar
waves is an alternating source of current with the coils wired
so that the north and south poles created by the coils oppose
each other.

The region between the coils where the north/south poles oppose
is known as the ZPE (zero-point energy) zone. Although scalar
substructures are created in the zpe, this type of translator is
not exceptionally efficient due to the flux leakage at the other
end of the coils. (The accompanying diagram will clarify this.)

This was one of the two types of translators discovered and
examined by Nikola Tesla. If you refer to his 1904 lecture in
London, you will notice that the demonstration coil Tesla used
which was encased in a zinc box (Faraday Cage), had a secondary
coil that consisted of two halves wound oppositely.

The coils as described in that book would have created a zpe
zone between them. The field would have been capable of
penetrating the zinc box, (whereas normal em waves would not)
and this is most likely how Tesla stumbled onto it. There is at
least one other translator Mr. Tesla stumbled onto which we
shall discuss next.


>>> Figure C <<<

Lenzs' Law Translator:

In Tesla's Colorado Springs diary (1899-1900) he noted that he
was experiencing a problem in keeping the top turns of his coils

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from shorting out due to breakdown of the insulation on the
wires under the high electric potential he was creating.

In effect, the top turns were shorted, closed loop conductors
positioned on top of the operating section of the coil. If you
ever had physics in high school, you will remember Le
Chatelier's Principle:


By applying this principle to the interactions of currents and
magnetic fields, we have Lenzs' Law. This means the the field
being radiated by the operating (un-shorted) portion of the
Tesla oscillator, caused a counter field of opposite energy to
be created in the shorted turns.

The zone between the functioning and reciprocating areas of the
coil is a zpe zone very similar to the zone created in the
bucking coil translator. This was the second translator that
Tesla had discovered. By constructing a Tesla oscillator, and
fixing a shorted loop to the top, we may produce powerful scalar


>>> Figure D <<<

Multiple Antenna Translator:

This method of producing scalar waves lends itself to the
production of powerful scalar beams which can be used in
military (weapon) applications.

The basic idea here is to use pairs or arrays of antennae spaced
at 1/4 or 1/2 wave intervals, and possibly log-periodic arrays
and yagi-type configurations as well, which are fed rf energy
and wired in such a way as to cause total or partial phase
conjugation of the waves projected from them.

The antennae may consist of any combination of the antennae now
in use for communications in any band desired. Consult the
Radio Amateurs Handbook for antenna types and configurations.
The possibilities here are alomost endless and are well beyond
the scope of this text.


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Well thats all for now. Serious researchers are invited to contact
me here through the message section of this BBS for information
exchange and think tank discussions. Post Mail to Joseph Misiolek.

Vangard note...

To assist in a further understanding of Le Chatelier's Principle

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and Lenz' Law, we include the full definition from Van
Nostrand's Scientific Encyclopedia.

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Le Chatelier's Principle

Let us perturb a system which is initially in stable
equilibrium to a neighboring non-equilibrium state. Since the
initial equilibrium is supposed to be stable, the system will
return to an equilibrium state.

Theorems governing the behavior of perturbed systems are often
known as "theorems of constraint" or "theorems of moderation."
The best known thermodynamic theorem of moderation is that of
Le Chatelier-Braun which in the form stated by Le Chatelier is:

"Any system in chemical equilibrium undergoes, as a result
of a variation in one of the factors governing the
equilibrium, a COMPENSATING CHANGE in a direction such
that, had this change occurred alone it would have produced
a variation of the factor considered in the OPPOSITE

However, this principle suffers from a number of important
exceptions. it is therefore preferable to study the
"moderation" starting from the usual thermodynamic formalism
without invoking a special principle.

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Lenz' Law

A general law of electrodynamic induction, stated by H. F. E.
Lenz in 1833. It points out that the electromotive force
induced by the variation of magnetic flux, with reference to a
conductor, in the manner discovered by Faraday, is always in
such direction that, if it produces a current, the magnetic
effect of that current opposes the flux variation responsible
for both electromotive force and current.

An outstanding illustration is the drag on a generator
armature; if the armature circuit is closed, the rotation is
opposed by a torque arising from the reaction between the field
and the current in the armature conductors.

Power must therefore be applied to drive the machine; and the
greater the armature current, the more power is required.

The effect known as MAGNETIC DAMPING also depends upon Lenz'

A copper disk, when spun between the poles of a strong magnet,
quickly comes to rest because of the opposing torque. This
arrangement serves as a speed regulator in watt-hour meters.

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Warren York and his group out of El Paso have been working

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along the lines of the 45 degree angled SMITH coil for SCALAR

Warren has published articles on the work in EXTRAORDINARY
SCIENCE and the TESLA journal, both out of Colorado Springs.
The addresses of these fine publications is listed on KeelyNet
under CONTACT1.ASC or .ZIP.

This is to date the finest article (TRANSLRT.ZIP) we have yet
seen on the phenomena grouped as SCALARS. The attached
diagrams help to visualize what is necessary for you to do your
own experiments in this burgeoning field.

Please feel free to distribute this article and the attached
diagrams throughout the networks and your own contacts.