Jan 31, 2013 Alternative Energy:
Projects, Products, People and News
Smart Scarecrow Show:
2013 January 31 – Tommey Reed’s 3d printer project
Published on Jan 31, 2013
Tommey Reed discusses his latest project,
a 3d printer he claims he can build for $300 or less.
Pure Energy Systems News
In the Pure Energy Systems News
Classifieds: Keppe Motor group seeks accredited lab to certify efficiency
by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
February 1, 2013
As the Keppe Motor group rolls out their open source [see conditions] motor for manufacturers worldwide, they are looking for an official laboratory to measure and sign off on the efficiency of the motor.
Brazil is lacking in such laboratories because the Brazilian government does not have such a requirement for motors below 1 horsepower.
The Keppe motor presently in production has an output range of between 50 and 600 Watts — just below 1 HP.
What they need is a laboratory that can accurately measure and certify within the following range:
- 0.5 and 2 Newton-meters of torque
- 300 to 450 Volts
They have been having a hard time sourcing such a certification laboratory in South America.
If you have such a lab, or know of such a lab, they would appreciate being informed about it.
Interview: Launching a New World with New Keppe Physics based on Spiritual Principles
Near the end of my recent visit to the Stop the Destruction of the World organization in Brazil, I had an interview with Richard Jones and Cesar Soós at KawaiFilms studio, reflecting on my stay — one of the most astonishing experiences of my life, about how to turn things right-side-up.
Richard Jones Interviews Sterling Allan and Cesar Soós at KawaiFilms, January 19, 2013 in São Paulo, Brazil.
I recently reported on my trip to visit the Keppe Motor project by the STOP the Destruction of the World organization in Brazil, which totally overwhelmed my expectations, leaving me feeling like I had come back from Paradise Lost or something of that magnitude. I was stunned, not so much by the motor technology, which is remarkable, but by the amazing group of people that have gathered from around the world to build an intentional community concept that could be applied to any group setting, whether it be a business, a church group, a club, a family, or a government.
Mingling with those people felt like coming home to something I have tasted just briefly in various situations prior to that.
If you take any one thing by itself, it might not seem that unusual, but taking everything together and assimilating it was where the word “Paradise” begins to take form — in the midst of one of the largest cities in the world (Sao Paulo), and in a small town (Cambuquira) far away, that was about to fall apart before the group came along and breathed life into it. The transformation is ongoing.
They ascribe the secret of their success to a concept called “Trilogy” developed by Dr. Norberto Keppe along with Dr. Claudia Pacheco, who have been articulating it and implementing it for 40 years. Though the innuendoes are deep and endless, the core principles are not that difficult to grasp. And they are non-denominational and pan-cultural in their application, allowing for the joining together of diverse people from a wide spectrum into meaningful relationships. Also, the concepts can be applied to all disciplines of science, education, health, philosophy, religion, politics, etc., to improve their functionality and restore them to their goodness.
We live in a world where everything is upside down. Trilogy is about dis-inverting it and getting it back to what it’s supposed to be.
Applied to energy, this manifested in the form of the Keppe motor, which is a clean energy device now in commercial production by their group. Imagine going to work among your best friends, going home (at a hotel owned by the group) where you all hang out, eating together, socializing together, having great conversation, and discussing the myriad of projects under way, ranging from free piano lessons, dentist sessions that use dental issues to identify internal emotional issues that need to be addressed, to brick-making projects, organic gardening, and healthy recipes.
This is something you can be part of. The motor, which is being rolled out in a quasi open source manner, can be a reason to gather such groups around the world to try to replicate what this community has achieved.
Anyway, rather than continue by text, I’d like to invite you to watch this interview I did in the KawaiFilms studio last Sunday prior to my departure, near the tail end of my time down there. At one point in the interview, I got a lump in my throat and tears in my eyes, being so moved by this group — something that happened to me probably a dozen times while I was down there.
As mentioned in my story the other day, KawaiFilms is run by Flavia Pacheco Angelico, the daughter of Dr. Claudia Pacheco (VP of STOP), along with Flavia’s husband, Fernando Kawai. They have experience in filmmaking, reality shows, and other media. Flavia served as field producer for the Ghost Hunters International piece about the group’s Grande Hotel Trilogia [watch] that they restored.
The interviewer was Richard Jones, a radio, voice and TV producer from Canada who moved down to Brazil eleven years ago to be part of their project. He created the STOP Radio Network as a vehicle for English language programs, including Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head, which has been heard in more than 100 countries. His shows can be seen at his website: HealingThroughConsciousness.com and at STOPRadio.org.
Cesar Soós was also being interviewed with me. He is the one primarily responsible for taking the principles of Trilogy and applying them to energy, coming up with the motor. Just prior to this interview, I had spent a day with Cesar and his wife, traveling to a beach near Sao Paulo for some relaxation. I thoroughly enjoyed my conversation with them as we traveled and walked along the beach. Cesar and my conversation was one of the deepest I’ve ever had in my life. I love these people.
Sunday morning, I woke up at 6:30 am to get a little done on my computer, but ended up taking a bunch of photos and video of a striking sunrise over the ocean, with majestic clouds continually changing shape, and a rain shower out at sea. I’ve uploaded that video footage. Of course, I don’t expect you to watch all 14 minutes of it, but I hope you’ll at least take a minute. I took an hour and a half watching the sunrise.