HOW WE SUPEROXIDE COAT FOR TSE APPLICATIONS

TSE = Transition State Elements.

Superoxide Coating (nanocoating) = super-conductive oxide coating built-up in layers on various metals.

Our experiments and investigations have shown us that superoxide coated metals, when coated properly according to our instructions herein, have some highly unusual properties which are very beneficial to humans, animals and plants.

Whilst this is not supported by any scientific testing, our own experience and observations indicate many benefits can be reaped from using superoxide coated metals in various ways. We believe that anyone willing to follow our instructions will be able to create their own conscious technology and see for themselves how it works and what benefits it might offer them.

  • Expand (click/tap) the sections below, or download PDF with all three to learn how we superoxide coat different metals

SUPER-OXIDE COATING ZINC FOR TSE CREATION

  • Superoxide Coating Zinc Plates for Making Transition State Elements

(Zinc TSE – health applications)

  1. Pick a plastic container with a tight lid. (approx. 5l or larger)
  2. Make a plastic tray that fits in about 3-4 cm above the bottom of the container.
  3. Drill holes in the tray so that boiling water can drain to the bottom. Do not spread the chicken mesh on the tray.
  4. Put caustic soda (NaOH crystals) at the bottom of the container (under the tray). Please use less caustic soda crystals when superoxide coating zinc elements. Caustic soda is highly reactive with zinc and can damage your elements.
  5. Clean and polish your zinc elements and place them on the tray. Put the tray into the container.
  6. Place a plastic coca-cola neck on the tray, between your copper elements. This will stimulate the superoxide coating process because of specific components of the plastic polymer.
  1. Pour boiling water and quickly close the lid. Make sure the water level is below the tray. Be very careful. Use a protective face mask and vinyl gloves. Be aware that high temperature and steam will be produced.
  2. Make sure the container is properly sealed.
  3. Keep the container in a warm and bright place and let the superoxide layer grow for minimum 2 days. Open the container every six hours and use a voltage multimeter to polarize your zinc elements. Touch each element with positive and negative poles of the multimeter to drain the voltage out of the elements.
  4. Repeat the process to apply more layers (2-3 layers).
  5. When the superoxide coating process is finished, rinse your zinc elements with clean water to remove the caustic soda and polarize them before using to make TSE materials
  • STEP 1

  • STEP 2

  • STEP 3

  • STEP 4

  • STEP 5

SUPER-OXIDE COATING COPPER FOR HEALTH APPLICATIONS

  • Superoxide Coating Copper for Health Applications

Superoxide coating for Making CO2 and CuO TSE’s

  1. Pick a plastic container with a tight lid. (approx. 5 l or larger).
  2. Make a plastic tray that fits in about 3-4 cm above the bottom of the container.
  3. Drill holes in the tray so that boiling water can drain to the bottom. Do not spread chicken mesh on the tray.
  4. Put caustic soda (NaOH crystals) at the bottom of the container (under the tray) so that it covers the bottom with a thin layer.
  5. Clean and polish your copper elements and place them on the tray. Put the tray into the container.
  6. Place a plastic coca-cola neck on the tray, between your copper elements. This will stimulate the superoxide coating process because of specific components of the plastic polymer.
  7. Place a piece of wrapped aluminium foil in a shape of a small ball (max. 1-2 cm diameter) between your copper elements. Aluminium will stimulate the hydrogen production in the superoxide coating process.
  1. Pour boiling water and quickly close the lid. Make sure the water level is below the tray. Be very careful. Use a protective face mask and vinyl gloves. Be aware that high temperature and steam will be produced.
  2. Make sure the container is properly sealed.
  3. Keep the container in a warm and bright place and let the super-oxide coating layer grow for minimum 2 days. Open the container every six hours and use a voltage multimeter to polarize your copper elements. Touch each element with positive and negative poles of the multimeter to drain the voltage out of the elements.
  4. Repeat the process to apply more super-oxide layers (2-3 layers).
  5. When the superoxide coating process is finished, rinse your copper elements with clean water to remove the caustic soda and polarize them before using to make TSE materials.
  • STEP 1

  • STEP 2

  • STEP 3

  • STEP 4

  • STEP 5