The Harmonic Flux Resonator
What is the HFR?
The Harmonic Flux Resonator (HFR), a magnetohydrodynamic device, is one of the resonance-based technologies developed at Torus Tech, a private research and development laboratory, where inventor and physicist Nassim Haramein serves as CEO and Director of R&D. Torus Tech applies Haramein’s physics theories to patented technologies that focus on quantum vacuum energy extraction and gravitational effects.
ARK Crystal, a subsidiary of Torus Tech, licenses the use of the HFR for electromagnetic treatment (EM) of all of our ARK Crystals. It is this modulation by the HFR that is the final step in the manufacturing process.
After ~2.5 years of hydrothermal synthesis, the ultra-pure optical-grade quartz is precision cut into the patented geometric dimensions engineered for specific resonance-coupling with the harmonic resonator.
The resulting Precision Geometric Quartz (PGQ) crystals are polished, assembled in a magnetically-modular titanium harness, and positioned in a copper electromagnetic and acoustic isolation chamber with specific alignment of the electromechanical and optical axes for resonant-activation via the circularly polarized harmonic EM spin-field of the HFR.
How does the HFR work?
Patented by Haramein in 2011, the HFR produces a spinning superfluid plasma via a rapidly rotating magnetic field (with a double torus topology). Unlike superconductive or composite mechanical rotation, the plasma magnetic density can be spun by means of inductive coils at extremely high velocities.
When exposed to the toroidal structured spin-field, the oscillatory frequency of the quartz crystalline lattices are coupled with the quantum harmonic oscillations of the vacuum energy of space, such that even when the crystals are removed from the HFR's field, they retain the vibrational spin modes engendered by the coherent field dynamic of the HFR.
Each ARK crystal is then a fractal of the larger toroidal field of the HFR, where molecular coherency may be sustained, indefinitely.
Evolution of the HFR
The HFR was first conceived by Haramein in 1994. In 1999 the first iteration was prototyped and tested at very low energy levels and spin rate. This novel device was successful in generating a certain amount of coherency gradient in a localized region of space, producing gravitational effects, and as well, demonstrated other noteworthy qualities.
It appeared that some elements in the vicinity of the device had observable changes in some of their attributes. Notable among them, the HFR induced significant molecular phase transition in water structure and crystal lattices that seemed to retain coherency even after being removed from the spin-field.
Haramein and the team found that the HFR had an impact on nearby water, crystals, and plant biology. The experimental investigation following these observations can be explored further in our Science eBook.
After relocating his lab from the Big Island of Hawaii to Kauai, Haramein decided to construct his experimental chambers inside shipping containers. Beyond allowing for unlimited customization, environmental control, and some shielding attenuation, they offer a convenient way to relocate, if needed.
Since 2015, the Harmonic Flux Resonator is housed within one of Torus Tech’s two experimental containers, the Experimental Physics Isolation Chamber, also known as “EPIC.” The name alludes to the epic device inside…
Research & Resonance Technologies
As Haramein prepares for the publication of his latest work, let’s take a moment to look back at his previous research. His approach describes the nucleon of atoms (the proton) as mini-black holes interacting with the polarized vacuum and generating the so-called "strong force."
Additional consequences to this approach to vacuum energy polarization and quantum gravity are resolved in his previous papers, The Cosmological Constant and the Schwarzchild Proton, and Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass published in the peer-reviewed journal Physical Review & Research International in 2013 which yielded an exact solution for quantum gravity, the standard mass of the proton, the cosmological constant value, the exact size and mass of the universe, and so on.
Haramein’s findings are based on a fundamental geometric quantization of spacetime, formalizing a unification between the quantum scale and cosmological-sized objects, including the universe itself. The unified space memory network informs and connects all things to produce coherence, order, and systems intelligence.
The application of this understanding of the fundamental structure of spacetime is imperative for the advancement of technology to help overcome the challenges we face today – scarcity of resources, poor water quality, and general abuse of our planet. This disharmony stems from a disconnected worldview.
Operating from a connected worldview, specifically by the adoption of a unified science approach, would enable us to surpass the challenges of the current paradigm and thrive.