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Scalar energy is created when two common electromagnetic waves come together from two opposite converging vectors. When the energy vectors meet, the equal frequencies cancel each other leaving a standing or stationery energy. The space the scalar occupies is not a vacuum, but alive with checked and balanced energies. Research describes that it can be created by electromagnetic generators, or naturally when similar frequency waves in the environment meet from two different vectors. Therefore, small random scalar energies are always present in the environment.


The term “scalar” was used by Nikola Tesla at the end of the last century as a part of powerful non-hertzian energy (without frequencies) which he referred to as standing energy or cosmic waves. Albert Einstein gave reference to the scalar energies in the 1920’s. Today, modern texts rarely mention scalar energies. This is understandable. The electromagnetism that we know so much about has frequencies. A wave action and motion that can be measured. Scalar energy has zero frequencies, therefore this stationery energy can not be evaluated by our current frequency instruments. However, we do know how to create this energy, but only its effects tell us that it exists in space and has power.

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Test Results Performed by the Colorado College Geology Department