Italian inventor believes crop circles are models for generating free energy

Italian inventor believes crop circles are models for generating free energy
Italian inventor believes crop circles are models for generating free energy

Crop circles - intricate patterns found in agricultural fields continue to delight people around the world. While some of them turned out to be an elaborate hoax, others remain a mystery, tangible and real, but inexplicable.

In 1991, a book was published entitled Crop Circles: Harbingers of World Change, written by Alik Bartholomew. It addressed the idea that some crop circles could be messages from non-human minds from outside this physical world. Perhaps these formations were intended to transmit the secrets of new advanced technologies.

In the book, English historian and psychic Isabelle Kingston suggested that crop circles could reveal a molecular structure or blueprint for a new form of energy that would one day be unraveled by scientists.

As more and more crop circles were discovered, the idea that they could be messages from aliens persisted. Crop circles have become more complex and cannot be attributed to a hoax.

If crop circles are a conceived message, what is this message?

In 2008, Umberto Baudo decided to use crop circles as a source of inspiration, a blueprint for a mechanism that he believed could provide a source of free energy, similar to Nikola Tesla's ultimate goals.

Baudo's work, like Tesla's plans to obtain free energy, remained little known, but we can see his findings in the video below.

Baudo admits that some of the crop circles are a hoax, but among the hundreds of images he found, he chose those formations that, in his opinion, represent real energy-generating systems. He demonstrates that these formations can work like the gears of a machine.

“Since 2008, I have realized that it is absolutely possible to generate free energy for the entire planet, and instead of paying large sums of money in exchange for a small amount of energy,” Baudo said.

In his early experiments, Baudo tried to create magnetic motors. The prototypes were crop circle formations. His work moved from magnetic systems to systems using centrifugal force and was verified using computer simulations.

The simulation allowed him to figure out what happens when the figures rotate at high speed, generating energy with and without regard to gravity and counterweight mechanisms: magnets, springs and chains.

Baudo believes that the aliens chose crop circles for communication for a reason.

“It is important to understand that crop circles are the ultimate expression of the message, because much more can be conveyed through an image than through words,” he explains. "… especially if the message is addressed to someone who does not speak our language."

The inventor discovered that rotating systems could revolve around an “eccentric core,” which he recognized in many circle shapes. By revolving around this core, the circular shapes create momentum.

Baudo is convinced that crop circles are an example of the use of centrifugal force and that he deciphered their meaning.

Through modifications, including the addition of a spring, he says he has created ideal models that continue to generate momentum even after the engine is turned off. All thanks to centrifugal force …

"After years of study and research, always with these images in my head, I finally think I have found the key to understanding the bulk of these crop circles. The main key to understanding this is fundamentally the same: Centrifugal force. That's it!"

The circular gears rotate until the spring slowly reaches full extension.

“The speed will increase, always in a constant manner, until the spring reaches its maximum. At this point, it will stabilize,” he explains.

While many people remain skeptical, he believes that such systems can work contrary to the first principle of thermodynamics, which states that the total energy of an isolated system is constant.

Instead, the engine he is simulating continues to accelerate while the "eccentric core" of the disc appears to be distorted into an oval shape.

Umberto Baudo went beyond computer modeling and created the mechanics of centrifugal motors in three dimensions.

We see his team work on testing cut metal parts, and in the last part of the video in English, he discusses his findings with a man who connects him with experts in America. Then we can only guess what happened next.

What happened to the projects of Umberto Baudo? If he was successful, we would surely know about it, right?

Delivering a free source of energy to the world, however, would likely meet incredible resistance in a world where the economy revolves around monetized methods of delivering energy.

Finding a source of unlimited free energy will change the global economy, eliminating the need for people to work endlessly to pay their energy bills.

Will Baudo's final discoveries remain a mystery like crop circles? How are Nikola Tesla's plans to deliver free energy to people?

Are beings with higher intelligence trying to tilt the odds in favor of ordinary people, allowing us to finally get this kind of technology for everyone around the world?

Or are we all too optimistic to think that this is even possible?

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