The Edward Leedskalnin Generator, also known as the "flywheel", was the invention of this Latvian émigré who was obsessed with the achievements of ancient civilizations such as the Aztecs and the Ancient Egyptians. In this article, I will tell you all about Leedskalnin the man, his inventions (including the generator) and how you can today generate your own electricity thanks to the work of pioneers like him.
The Ed Leedskalnin Flywheel
Leedskalnin's flywheel was the result of his years of study into the cultures of ancient civilizations. He built it in the early part of the 20th century, long before the internet was invented.
Some of his inspiration is thought to have originated from the drawings and artwork left by these civilizations. In fact, his flywheel bears an uncanny resemblance to an ancient Egyptian drawing and many believe that this is a confirmation of their assertions.
The flywheel is a type of magnetic motor generator that is capable of generating electricity. Unlike most others, it features a large flywheel. Many also believe that the geographical location of Leedskalnin's generator may have some important significance.
Leedskalnin's other major invention was Coral Castle, the site of a huge monument in Florida where he worked and lived. Over 20 years, he worked at night to sculpt nearly one million kilograms of limestone into his monument to a former fiance who had left him years before.
Nobody knows exactly how the diminutive Leedskalnin constructed and moved the huge pieces (each weighing up to 30 tons) that make up his monument. Even several decades after his death, a digger was used to try and move one of the stones but it failed.
Many people believe that Leedskalnin used his Flywheel to assist him or else both the Flywheel and Coral Castle share something in common that allows for the production of large amounts of energy without fuel.
Today we know this as a fringe area of physics known as "zero point". Zero point asserts that energy need not be created from fuel (as conventional physics holds) but can be obtained from elsewhere if the conditions (specifically magnetic and gravitational ones) are right.
Since Leedskalnin's Flywheel, many other experimentalists have created their own magnetic motor generators. While few of these use a flywheel or are as large as the Flywheel, they are capable of generating anywhere from between a few milliwatts to several tens of kilowatts.
How To Generate 7 Kilowatts For Your Own Home
Today, there is no need to tinker and experiment. By investing in a good magnetic motor guide, you can follow simple steps and diagrams to construct your own simple device that is no more than a simple rotor, some magnets and some basic electrical wiring. Such a device can generate up to 7 kilowatts of electricity for your home which is more than enough for most people's domestic needs. In just a few days, a person may never need to pay a power bill ever again.