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PostPosted: Mon Feb 08, 2010 5:30 pm    Post subject: Which HDR is better ? Reply with quote

Hi!! I would like to know which HDR is better and I am sure that everyone had their own experience with HDR. I was not sure if their schematic are same or different from each other. Here is the link to check it out. One is from Steven Gibbs and other is from HDR Enterprises. I know that Steven Gibbs made HDR 2009 and HDR Enterpreses make 3rd Generation HDR. UMMM it is pretty confusing to know which one is better. Let me know what you think and some feedback. I am really appreciate it for your feedback . Many Thanks!!!


http://www.hdrenterprises.net/index.php?ImgName=a.Main.jpg

http://www.hdrenterprises.com/hdr%20device.html
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 08, 2010 9:07 pm    Post subject: what I've heard Reply with quote

I've heard from most of the pros and they usually say none of them are any good and they always are trying to sell theirs.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2010 1:42 am    Post subject: xzx Reply with quote

Meta33Star,
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I've heard from most of the pros and they usually say none of them are any good and they always are trying to sell theirs.

Who are these hdr pros that you speak of?

No offense, but if they aren't getting the HDR to work for them, then they aren't pros with the HDR. Maybe they feel they are with other devices or that some other factor makes them a pro. There are people who have had quite a bit of success using the HDR. The percentage seems small of the HDR owners who have had success with the units, doesn't mean they don't work, they just didn't work for some and there are likely a lot of reasons for there lack of success. Mostly that they weren't using the proper formula to make the unit work. I'm not talking about technique necessarily, there are a lot of factors that are at play with the HDR use. You can't just pick up the unit, use it a few times, and expect results. It needs to be used somewhat frequently, for an extended period of time. Most of those that I've come across who didn't get results, barely even used the HDR at all. They say it doesn't work. Those I've spoken with who used it extensively, have had results, some a lot of results, some claim those to be profound.

I would get the opinion of people who have had success with the HDR unit in particular, it is often tough to find them on forums though, many people don't talk about their experiences out in the open of the internet. The people that I have spoken with directly who made numerous claims of success were using the Gibbs HDR. Unfortunately, I haven't spoken to anyone who has used the other sites version of the HDR.

Hope this helps somehow,
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2010 9:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cmac

Very well put your comments on the HDR.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2010 4:14 pm    Post subject: HDR version? Reply with quote

I' think you can build your own, by other side Gibbs most be the better, since he is the original inventor. I'm currently trying to find Mr Gibbs for buying a new HDR directly from.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 14, 2010 10:55 pm    Post subject: Which HDR to use Reply with quote

Hi Metastar:

I have used both the HDR built by inventor Steven Gibbs and the one from Future Horizons. Maybe I am biased, but I prefer the one from the inventor.

The FH HDR was similar to one's he built years ago. It works, but I felt the field was weaker and components were from Digikey I believe. Steven Gibbs uses stuff from Radio Shack.

The RS 15K resistor is actually, 14.774 K, whereas the one from Digikey is 14.669K not much difference. But I think that their electromagnet is only 6 inches versus the one from Steven Gibbs is seven inches.

Why is this important? The iron cores are one foot in length. By making the electromagnet only six inches you get two for the price of one. That said Steven Gibbs told me that for him to get the iron cores to work they have to be seven inches for the harmonics, cannot be shorter or longer.

Also that he heats up the iron cores to red hot and drops them in liquid nitrogen to cool them super fast and then some. He says if you drop them into water it does not work. Smile

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 15, 2010 8:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

actually if you want a good hdr with result check this one out

refer to my website for photo this one if way to big
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 17, 2010 9:22 pm    Post subject: Re: what I've heard Reply with quote

xzx wrote:
I've heard from most of the pros and they usually say none of them are any good and they always are trying to sell theirs.


I think i would be classified as semi pro since having an hdr isnt what i do for a living.I do own one and let me say the HDR is a temprementel unit indeed.I had some probs with mine at first but only because i didnt know
how to use it properly.(part of the learning curve)My hdr unit has brought me some things in my life
that are just fascinating.I have astral traveled with it several times.Each and every time was an experience that ill never forget.Im not talking a mild daydream or thought suggestion im talking i can feel my asrtal body seperating from my physical body.I see my physical body lying there as my astral body floats of to my pre determined destination.It was money well spent IMO.The guys on this site the ones i would consider pros.Never had anything negative to say about the hdr so if you cant back up your claim
It seems like your trying to mislead someone from getting one.Do you have one?If you do giving your own opinion is one thing but saying the pros dont like them and sell them is another.cuz if you dont personaly own one or you havent sat down and used one.Then you my friend have about as much credibility as Mark Furman had at The OJ Simpson trail!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Have a nice day HAL


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 24, 2010 7:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i think that there is no such things as a good hdr it all depend on the user frankly i use many hdr in the past and they all did the same so im bias to say build your own , you will feel a better connection to it and might proove to give good result in the end.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 06, 2010 2:13 pm    Post subject: which is better:The one you make Reply with quote

doctorz wrote:
build your own , you will feel a better connection to it and might proove to give good result in the end.
cheers
Dr Z

Very true
Like building your own hotrod.
There are many things you can do to tweek your hdr that was built for you unit also.That way you can at least personalise it a bit.
If anybodys wondering what can I do to tweek my hdr.
I suggest look at some old threads FIRST.
Then ask around.
You will find a wealth of info.
You will also find out that most members of this site are above or well above average inteligence and have good knowledge on TT
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 13, 2010 12:42 am    Post subject: Chronocraft by Mike Arklinski and the HDR Reply with quote

Chronocraft by Mike Arklinski

Mike Arklinski famous for building the chronocraft, (Here are plans to build the Chronocraft) This device uses quartz crystals and dials. Well his real name is supposed to Michael Mezerkowitz, and he is supposed to have done physical time travel with the HDR. According to Steven L. Gibbs, Mike went over to Great Falls, Montana with an HDR where he found a giant grid point vortex that was over a mile wide.

His first time jump was to 1945 where he stayed for six hours. Using this same vortex he then did a second physical time travel to a cowboy saloon 1895 and stayed for two hours, in which he said the saloon was nothing like in the movies. In his third time jump he went to 1969 where he was grabbed by a timecop MIB (men in black) and chipped because they did not want him to be doing physical time travel.

Here is the conversation. Mike said, "and why not?" Then the MIB timecop said, "Well if one tries it then they've all got to." Mike replied, " Well how are you going to stop me from traveling through time?" He was then shot with a bright beam of light.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 14, 2010 2:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

From: Rex Research

Main components of Tensor Coil AKA Caduceus Coil
A copper wire with a bifilar winding that has the opposing magnetic fields cancel each other.
Take a enamel copper wire and nick the middle then twist the wire into a double helix.
Now curl the wire into a spiral. This will generate scalar waves when there is a current.

Why does the Caduceus Coil Work?
It is believed that scalar waves have strange effects including the distortion of temporal field.
The HDR caduceus coil built by Steven Gibbs should have the ability to generate an electromagnetic field that disrupts time waves and alters the flow of chronoton particles. My experiment with a watch subjected to the "gibbs effect" establishes that something is causing a disruption in the normal flow of time.
I believe this is caused by scalar waves emanating from the Hyper Dimensional Resonator or HDR created by inventor Steven Gibbs. These waves interact with those of the electromagnet to create a temporal disruption that can affect clocks. See videos of HDR at HDRusers.com

What does the HDR Caduceus Coil look like?
The HDR caduceus coil is that round doughnut shaped object at the bottom o the left hand corner in the picture below. This is I believe what makes the HDR work and provides the missing factor for Steven Gibbs HDR.
Insides of a Hyper Dimensional Resonator (HDR) from Steven Gibbs

HDR Finding the Right Frequency
The Hyper Dimensional Resonator (HDR), must be tuned to the correct frequency to achieve its effect. Like all radionics machines, the HDR is a bit of a mystery. How do we find the proper rates to assist with astral time travel?
I believe that is a very important thing is for the operator of the HDR to enter the alpha state and clear the mind. This can be achieved through meditation, but I believe that radionics can enable people to boost their natural abilities.
We could call the Steven Gibbs HDR a techno-shamanic tool, used by technomages in attempting to increase their natural latent psychic abilities. Perhaps the pulsed magnetic field can stimulate deep thought process associated with natural psychic ability. We still do not understand the great unknown.
What we do know is that the Hyper Dimensional Resonator was invented in 1985 by Steven Gibbs while he was a farmer in Nebraska. This tool was based on an earlier more crude radionics machine known as the Sonic Resonator which Steven Gibbs developed in 1981.
The HDR has added to it a caduceus coil which Steven Gibbs says is responsible for creating scalar waves. Tuning these scalar waves to the correct frequency appears to be important. Scalar waves are said to be used in time travel experiments.
This experimental radionics machine can be used for astral time travel. The operator of the HDR needs to set the dials to adjust the frequency that is being generated.

Space Time Modulator
The STM or Space Time Modulator is a small device about the size of a pack of cigs and it easily fits in a pocket. Steven Gibbs claims that this device is a mini time machine that can be used for time travel and that it can generate a time warp.
Steven Gibbs sent me an STM free for me to test and I am currently testing it.
The Space Time Modulator does not use an electromagnet, but a copper plate that is attached to the stomach chakra. It is a mini radionics machine that is portable.

HDR Secrets
1) 10K pots are easier to tune than 50K pots. Use 10K pots in your HDR. Steven Gibbs started out with 75K pots and then went to 50K.
2) Turn the pots S-L-O-W-L-Y when tuning the HDR. That way you can more easily get a stick reaction.
3) Drag your fingers over the rubbing plate in a circular fashion.
4) A sneaky strategy to tuning the Hyper Dimensional Resonator - HDR is to rotate both knobs at the same time. Instead of rubbing with one hand and turning one knob. As you get closer to where the stick reaction occurs you will "feel funny".
5) Another HDR secret is that you can tune the box without using a rubbing plate. You can use a pendulum while turning both knobs of Steven Gibbs HDR.
6. According to inventor Steven Gibbs when you move items that time travel they can lose their TIME LOCK and age very fast. Items will start to crumble and then turn to dust. 30 years is the maximum that you can transport items without this effect. Al Bielek reports a man who aged one month per hour after losing his time lock in the Philadelphia Experiment.
7. One way to prevent losing the time lock is to reset it by an electric shock. For example, from a Tesla coil. This should reset the time lock.
8. The HDR witness well can use used as a radionics device. All Hyper Dimensional Resonators use a black plastic witness well made from a film can.

Latest HDR Secrets
1) Steven Gibbs HDR used to be shipped in two separate boxes, one for the HDR electromagnet, the other for the control unit.
2) If you use a south pole field instead of a north pole field Steven Gibbs says you can be sent to bad astral regions.
3) According to Steven Gibbs he says that the HDR can be used for invisibility. Not sure what the rates are.
4) HDR can cause blackouts.
5) Another HDR secret is that when used with a Tesla coil TV reception can be affected.
More secrets of Steven Gibbs HDR (Hyper Dimensional Resonator)
6. Many people claim to have strange experiences with the HDR.
7. Inventor Steven Gibbs tests every HDR unit he builds before he sends it out.
8. Hyper Dimensional Resonators used to use Radio Shack speaker wire, now its 21' magnet wire.

The Hyper Dimensional Resonator is a device invented by Steven L. Gibbs in 1985.
At that time Steven Gibbs was living on a farm in Nebraska. He basically improved on an earlier device called the Sonic Resonator which he built in 1981. The Sonic Resonator is the prior prototype of the new Hyper Dimensional Resonator or HDR and the Sonic Resonator did not generate a magnetic field as powerful as the HDR.
In fact, Steven Gibbs says that the old sonic resonator required a barium oxide bar magnet to be use in conjunction with the electromagnet. The new radionics machine was much improved, for one thing is now contains a caduceus coil.
Steven Gibbs calls this new device the Hyper Dimensional Resonator.
Not content with the performance of the HDR Steven Gibbs continued to change it. He worked on finding ways to boost the power of the electromagnet and increase the diameter of the active magnetic field.
The original Hyper Dimensional Resonator or HDR used a 10K resistor instead of a 15K resistor, and instead of the Radio Shack 1K blue capacitor we now have, it was a green .47 capacitor. There were only two rectifier diodes instead of six like now. The HDR electromagnet was not T-shaped like now. It was just a long cylindrical tube without the handles.
Also the old electromagnet of the HDR used Radio Shack speaker wire back then, whereas now it uses 21 gauge copper magnet wire.
Well, according to the inventor Steven Gibbs these improvements make the new Hyper Dimensional Resonator much more powerful.

How to use HDR
There are several methods to use HDR, but most of mine will focus on using Steven Gibbs Hyper Dimensional Resonator – HDR for astral time travel to the future. This is accomplished by entering a meditative state of mind and exteriorizing my soul.
Basically, I use an HDR with a double terminated quartz crystal and a barium oxide bar magnet. The bar magnet is attached to the end of the HDR electromagnet and the quartz crystal is placed inside the witness well. Before I place the quartz crystal in the witness well, it will be charged up inside a crystal pyramid.
These energies are what boost the frequency of my astral body and allow me to jump to the future. If my jump is only a month I am OK, but if I need to do a long jump, like a hundred years into the future, then I use a Tesla Coil alongside the HDR. The Tesla coil provides the zero vector that I use to tunnel into the future. You need more energy to travel further.
For a very long jump, like thousands of years into the future, I use several HDR units and Tesla coils. I tune all of them to the future date I wish to travel to. This allow me to use more energy in pumping up the astral body.

How to tune
First ask a questions like “What are the rates that will take my to the year 2050?” After you turn on the HDR you can begin by placing one hand over the rubbing plate and stroking it, while with your other hand slowly turn the top dial clockwise and counter clockwise until you get a stick reaction. That means your fingers get stuck to the plate and feel gummy like glue. When this happens start adjusting the bottom dial. At the point of maximum sticky you have found the rates.

Scalar waves from caduceus coil
Inside the HDR under the rubbing plate is a caduceus coil that generates scalar waves. These scalar waves are believed to cause strange paranormal events. I believe they are responsible for many of the odd occurrences with the HDR.

Witness Well
To get an accurate fix on my target, I will often place an item in the witness well, like for example, a picture taken in the 1920's of Coney Island. So I can go back to the time of jazz and Model T-Fords. However, if I wish to go to the future, I can draw a picture on a piece of paper and place that inside the witness well of the HDR. For example, a drawing of the Shire Tower in New Chicago in 2150, a city built after the war.

Rubbing Plate
I will state the question “take me to the Shire Tower in New Chicago 2150” then stroke the rubbing plate of the of HDR. All the while turning the knobs to find the proper frequency. When my fingers get stuck to the plate like glue, then I can power up the electromagnet. I will let the magnet ride for about seven mins. If it goes much over ten minutes the electromagnet will get hot.

Barium Oxide Bar Magnet
The Barium Oxide Bar Magnet is used to boost the power of the HDR electromagnet so that my astral body has more energy. This is a great way to increase the ability of the astral traveler. With a bar magnet my ability is far greater than with just an electromagnet.

Time Coils
By placing curly cords called “Time Coils” around my head the frequency is established. The time coil is supposed to help make my finding the proper frequency easier. They are supposed to interact with my astral soul.

Quartz Crystal
I believe that a double terminated quartz crystal helps me focus on the time I wish to travel to. For example, if I want to see how things are going to be next year, I can focus on what I wish to see. The problem is that there is a big war in the future and many important landmarks are gone.

Grid Point Vortex
According to Steven Gibbs, the Hyper Dimensional Resonator works best when it is over a grid point vortex. Although you can create an artificial grid point using two copper pipes, a natural grid point is supposed to be better.
To find a grid point I use a EMF detector also known as a gaussmeter. This device is often used by ghost hunters because paranormal events tend to occur near a vortex. My EMF meter measures the strength of magnetic fields and basically, I am looking for an anomaly – an area where the electromagnetic fields are stronger than normal.
A grid point forms where two grid lines cross. See more on this in the Hartmann Grid. if a grid point is very powerful it is called a vortex. It is like a magnetic tornado. This is a place where the fabric of space time is weak and time travel is supposed to be easier.

Source of information: www.rexresearch.com/gibbstime/gibbs.htm
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 25, 2010 7:59 am    Post subject: Steven Gibbs HDR Reply with quote

I wish that I could compare three HDR units the six dial HDr from Dr.Z, the four dial HDR from HDRenterprises.com, and the two dial HDR from the inventor.

Well, I have only used Steven Gibbs HDR and the future horizons copy. It felt like the one from the inventor had more power. Both worked, but more have with the Steven Gibbs one.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 26, 2010 3:02 am    Post subject: Re: Steven Gibbs HDR Reply with quote

hdrkid wrote:
I wish that I could compare three HDR units the six dial HDr from Dr.Z,

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Uh AHH AAAHn
Ya me two DR Z could i try one also. Sad
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 30, 2010 8:16 am    Post subject: Re: Which HDR is better ? Reply with quote

Meta33Star wrote:
Hi!! I would like to know which HDR is better and I am sure that everyone had their own experience with HDR. I was not sure if their schematic are same or different from each other. Here is the link to check it out. One is from Steven Gibbs and other is from HDR Enterprises. I know that Steven Gibbs made HDR 2009 and HDR Enterpreses make 3rd Generation HDR. UMMM it is pretty confusing to know which one is better. Let me know what you think and some feedback. I am really appreciate it for your feedback . Many Thanks!!!


Here is something new I found out about applying magnetic fields to the brain. It is a article entitled:

"Moral Judgments Can Be Altered: Neuroscientists Influence People’s Moral Judgments by Disrupting Specific Brain Region"

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/03/100329152516.htm

Im all for HDR. I just wanted to let people know its magic come from using magnetic fields to disrupt specific centers in the brain.
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