The Quantum Key

The fist book I ever wrote and published is The Quantum Key. Originally, the title was Synthesis of Matter and the first version took me about eight hours to write. Since I already had a mental model of how free energy physics works, it wasn’t difficult to simply spell it out in a sequential order.

The Quantum Key by Aaron Murakami
The Quantum Key by Aaron Murakami

It wasn’t even meant for others and was simply an exercise where I drafted out my own “Unified Field Theory” so to speak that would seamlessly weave all the principles together that I had learned from Tom Bearden, John Bedini, Peter Lindemann and others. Coupling all of that with my own insights and revelations, it turned into something that others expressed interest in and here we are about 8 years later and it’s in the 5th Edition!

The Quantum Key represents a compilation of principles that essentially teaches the reader that not only is Free Energy possible, but that it is practically a requirement as long as certain parameters are met.

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EFFICIENCY
AND COEFFICIENT OF PERFORMANCE

If a child is out flying a kite and he puts 100 parts energy into running and getting the kite in the air and he flies it for an hour, let’s say that wind energy supplied 900 parts energy to keep it in the air. If 50% of all the energy supplied is wasted in heat from friction of the wind and other losses, we have 1000 parts total input energy but we wasted 500 parts energy. That means only 500 parts energy actually did the intended work of real kite flying. If the total input is 1000 parts energy but only 500 parts energy flew the kite, that is 50% efficiency, which is horrible!

Efficiency is the ratio of intended work done compared to TOTAL input from all sources.

However, let’s look at what is really going on. The only energy the kid had to pay for was 100 units of work, yet 500 units of real work were done to fly the kite. 500 units of work divided by only what the kid expended, which was 100 unites of work,  equals 5.0 or 500% net gain in energy, since all the other input was supplied by nature for free! He put in 100 units of work and wound up with 500 units of work. That 5.0 is called a Coefficient of Performance or COP.

Coefficient of Performance (COP) is the ratio of intended work done compared to ONLY the operator’s input.

If you can understand this simple example and you know the distinctions between efficiency and COP, you are already ahead of the majority of others who have no idea that this distinction even exists.

What you just saw is a real system  where the output is more than what someone had to supply… this does NOT mean there is more output than input… again, there is more output compared to only what we had to supply.

We are able to design systems where we contribute a little investment in energy to leverage nature in a way that allows more potential energy from the environment to enter the system and do even more work so that that the total amount of work done is more than what we paid for.

This type of concept is only accepted by mainstream academia as applying only to heat systems such as heat pumps for example. They completely deny that this can be the case for electromagnetic, mechanical or other systems. The good news is that they are loosing the disinformation battle that has gone on for years. People are waking up to the fact that not only is Free Energy possible, but some of us are actually building machines that do in fact generate more work than we have to input since the rest of the potential energy supplied came free from nature.

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
OPEN AND CLOSED SYSTEMS

In the previous example, you can see that there is a clear difference between 50% efficiency and although 50% is considered poor for many instances, that system was still able to generate 500% more work than the operator of the system, the kid, had to input.

There is nothing there that defies any laws of thermodynamics or conservation of energy, etc… and in reality, classical thermodynamics, conservation of energy, etc… are riddled with flaws as conventional academia has no idea of what the real difference is between energy and potential energy. We’ll get to that later.

In 1977, Illya Prigogine won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work with Open Dissipative Systems. What this did was basically extend thermodynamics to include systems that are open to environmental sources of potential energy. As long as a system is such that it remains open, more work can be done than we had to supply since the rest of the potential energy came free from nature.

If we have a flashlight powered by a battery and turn it on, it will simply light the light until the battery cannot sustain a potential difference anymore and the light will get dimmer and dimmer until it goes out. It is a closed system because there is not mechanism to take any environmental source potential energy and put it to use to keep the battery functioning longer.

This type of system is a closed system and the conventional ideas about thermodynamics and conservation of energy apply even though they’re completely flawed. This is an EQUILIBRIUM type of thermodynamics where all energy dissipates until the system comes into equilibrium with it’s surroundings.  That means there is no more differences in potential within the system to do more work.

The example with the kid flying the kite shows a system that is open to environmental source  potential energy in the form of wind power. The kid only had to invest a bit of energy to get the kite in the air and then once it’s in the air, the wind flies the kite without any more input necessarily needed from the kid. This is an open system that is perfectly described by Prigogine’s thermodynamics.

This open system is an example of NON-EQUILIBRIUM thermodynamics where energy is dissipated to try to bring the system to equilibrium. However, since the system does have a mechanism to make use of free environmental source potential energy to do more work, that free input delays the time that it takes to come to equilibrium and that means more work in total can be done before it comes to rest.

Therefore, being an open system doesn’t necessarily mean that entropy is prevented – it means that entropy is delayed over time allowing more work to be done in total that is more than what we had to input.

So if you understand the difference between efficiency and COP as well as understanding the difference between closed system equilibrium thermodynamics and open system non-equilibrium thermodynamics, you already understand more than the average physicist or engineer as these distinctions show that a system that outputs more than we have to pay for does not violate any laws of physics at all and anyone that claims that it does is simply ignorant of very basic and sound science that has been understood for decades.

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
ENERGY AND POTENTIAL ENERGY

It may shock you that conventional academia doesn’t even know the proper difference between potential energy and energy. As disturbing as it is, it is true and it is common sense once the distinctions are known.

First, let’s look at the definitions themselves…

ENERGY is the capacity to do work

CAPACITY is the ability to do something : a mental, emotional, or physical ability

POTENTIAL is existing in possibility :  capable of development into actuality

Ok, so we have ENERGY is defined as the CAPACITY to do work and CAPACITY is the ABILITY to do something, but not the actual doing of something. ENERGY is actually defined as the POTENTIAL to do work since having a CAPACITY to do something is the same as having a POTENTIAL to do something.

So, ENERGY is actually improperly defined as POTENTIAL ENERGY so no wonder the conventional academia are incapable of understanding the reality of free energy when Energy is defined as Potential Energy. This is not a matter of semantics, I could point out many long-winded arguments from conventionally trained engineers, etc… where they actually defend this as ridiculous as that may be. This speaks to the great heights of cognitive dissonance operating in their minds, which they are completely blind to.

Second, let’s look at the difference between the PHYSICAL and ABSTRACT realities associated with ENERGY and POTENTIAL ENERGY.

Energy is always discussed as being a thing. Potential Energy is always discussed as being some abstract idea. In reality, energy is the abstract and potential energy is the real thing. Allow me to explain…

Energy is one thing and one thing only. Energy IS the dissipation of organized potential energy and that dissipation is called WORK. What that means is that energy is a process and is not a thing.

We have a high potential and when that potential energy moves to a lower potential, it will dissipate by encountering resistances on the way. Anytime potential energy encounters a resistance, that resistance will dissipate or disorganize and disorder that organized potential energy so that there is less potential energy. That process creates heat and that process is work measured in joules of energy over a certain period of time. When we have this dissipation happening, THAT is what energy is.

That should be simple enough to see that energy actually is not the thing, but is an activity that happens to potential energy… it is an action or a verb and not a noun.

So what is potential energy? Potential energy is the actual noun or a thing and is not an abstract at all. The word potential in itself is an abstract concept and this misleads the common understanding into thinking potential energy is therefore an abstract concept.

Potential energy is one thing and one thing only. Potential energy is THAT, which gets dissipated by a process called WORK, which is what energy is.

When we have an electrical circuit, there is a flow of organized source potential, which is polarized aether, that moves over the wire. We’re not talking about electron current moving in the opposite direction here; we’re talking about the actual source potential that gets the electrons to move to begin with – if electrons even exist that is.

This polarized aether moving over a wire is a substance like a fluid and it is very real. Electrons are attracted to it since it is of the opposite polarity and when electrons are caused to move against it, there is dissipation of some of this organized source potential energy. That dissipation is WORK (ENERGY) but the actual thing that is becoming dissipated or disorganized is the polarized and condensed aetheric fluid that is moving over the wire. The aetheric fluid originally comes from space itself.

To put potential energy and energy into context, let’s look at what a dipole is because a dipole is what allows unorganized source potential energy from space to become organized into something that will do work, which will disorganize it back into space.

These are just a few distinctions  that are necessary to prepare you for the proper understanding of natural principles and how to utilize them to create a system that produces more work than we have to input.

The Quantum Key also covers the aether, which does exist regardless of how conventional academics want to brainwash themselves, it covers mass, gravity, inertia, time and other concepts that are put together in a seamless model that gets rid of the mysticism in a very simple way that the layman can understand.

It is my hope that this book will not only add value to your life by empowering you with this precious knowledge, but will go so far as to cause a serious paradigm shift in consciousness that will let us all embrace the indisputable reality of free energy technologies.

Get your copy of The Quantum Key here: The Quantum Key by Aaron Murakami