T. Henry Moray
Free Energy


During the 1920's, Thomas Henry Moray was one of the most talented electronic circuit designers in the emerging field of radio. After hundreds of experiments designed to improve radio reception, Moray discovered a source of energy transmission apparently available everywhere. Using advanced ideas in solid state detectors, he developed a power source that produced 50,000 watts of a cold form of electricity. By the early 1930's, dozens of people had witnessed demonstrations of this astonishing technology.

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Books by Moray

Beyond the Light Rays  [whale]
Radiant Energy (1926)   [whale]
Radiant Energy (1945)  [whale]