EV Gray 'second generation' motor available
While there is an understandable exciting about a video showing photos
of a EV Gray motor that has surfaced after two decades, an expert in the field
says that this was part of the 'second generation' set that did not achieve
overunity or harvest free energy.
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Given the mystique around the name "EV
Gray," you can imagine that
there has been a lot of interest around a new video that was posted on Oct. 7
saying that an EV Gray motor has been found.
Curious about the significance of this development, I phoned one of my
associates who is expert on this subject and got some helpful information.
Back in the early 1970's Edwin V. Gray created a big stir with his motor that
was tested to put out far more energy than it consumed. He got funding
from some pretty big names, including Bing Crosby.
Unfortunately, because the spark gap the device employed (to tap radiant energy)
caused serious radio and communications interference, the Federal Communications
Commission ordered him to stop.
He then pursued a different design that used capacitor discharging through an ignitron switch. Part of the problem in coming up with a plausible design is that
the original inventor, Marvin Cole, was no longer on the scene.
The unit shown was one of six demonstration carts built during a time from 1981
through 1985 when EV Gray was operating out of Canyon Country, California and
was called the "Purple Motor" and was built by Nelson Schlaff and Mark
Gray, one of the sons of Edwin.. There was also a Red, Blue, White, and
Black motor, along with a Trigger cart. Each was designed to demonstrate a
particular aspect of the technology.
Several of these "second generation" devices were made for
demonstrations, but none of them worked like the first generation devices.
My source says it is "not free energy machine," and that it does not
harness radiant energy, and that it is essentially of no scientific value,
though it does have some historic interest.
"We know everything there is to know about that device, including the
It pulls massive amounts of energy (kilowatts) from the wall (or from the
The good news is that my source on this story is involved in some other research
that does look very promising, and is likely to fulfill our dreams of seeing the
emergence of a radiant energy device in the tradition of Nikola Tesla.
Some of that may be on display in the upcoming John Bedini
Here is a video showing various views of the EV Gray motor.
"This is a video showing a complete EV motor that was in storage for two
decades. We opened it up to research it and to show his details to the public.
Please feel free to use this as reference for further studies. This motor is for
purchase. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Serious inquires only. I will not comment on this video as I am only uploading
this for the interested parties."
Below are the photos from the above video. Click on image for high-resolution (~1 Mb) version of the image. Or you
a zip file (~50 Mb) containing all these images.
I posted these before talking to my source, and learning that the device is
probably not worth pursuing.
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