The Moray valve

T. H. Moray Radiant Energy Tube

Though it has received more attention in the press recently, the search for a free, renewable energy source is not a new endeavor. Dr T. Henry Moray pioneered this research all the way back in the early 1900s, when he designed an energy device to utilize the metafrequency oscillations of empty space.

Throughout the 1920s and 30s, Dr. Moray continued to hone his subsequent inventions until he eventually produced a device able to deliver measurable electrical power. The Moray Radiant Energy Device was designed to capture zero point energy and convert it into electricity. It weighed sixty pounds and generated 50,000 watts of electricity over a span of several hours, and was proven in several tests. Witnesses – other scientists, physicists, and electrical engineers – signed statements to attest to the device’s efficacy.

Dr. Moray likened his device to a one-way gate which allowed an ocean wave to flow into each valve. In this analogy, water represented energy. The “gate” allowed “water” to flow into each valve, but did not allow it to flow back out. This was accomplished by using a mixture of triboluminescent zinc, a semiconductor material, and a radioactive material inside the tube. The mixture, which was formed in a rounded pellet, acted as the “gate” for the high-frequency oscillations of space. Energy passed through the mixture more easily in one direction than the other. This mixture, the real secret of the device, was referred to as the Moray Valve and allowed far greater output than any other radiant device.

Moray was certainly ahead of his time, a fact which he was able to demonstrate with his book, The Sea of Energy in Which the Earth Floats. Though it is commonly believed that transistor valves were not invented until much later, the book includes documented evidence which proves Moray first developed the device in 1925. He even filed a patent application for the device on July 13, 1931, but the patent has never been granted. Interestingly, the widely-recognized Bell Laboratories transistor was developed several years later.

Though it was destroyed in the 1930s, it appears as though no one has ever re-invented Moray’s valve. Many speculations do exist, however, on how the device was constructed. One of the primary questions concerns Moray’s source of radiation, with granite, granite ball, and “Swedish stone” being amongst the suspected materials. Granite is suspected due to the fact that some forms include quartz, bismuth, Uranium and Germanium. Information in his book suggests Moray’s special tubes, which contained Gallium and other elements, were probably instrumental in achieving success with the device.

Since Moray kept the exact details of the compounds a secret, divulging only that the material was radioactive, scientists can now only guess at their exact composition. All we know is that these compounds were somehow layered with traces of radioactive Radium or Uranium; yet we also know that trace amounts of these elements would be incapable of directly and steadily producing 50kW of energy under any method known to science.

What we do know is that (according to his son) Dr. Moray paid over 8,000 dollars for each tube to be specially manufactured in Germany. That would have been an exorbitant sum of money in the 1920s. We also know that since the tubes lasted for years, the traces of radioactive materials inside could not have released their energy quickly. Other than these vague clues, the exact composition and operation of Moray’s Radiant Energy Device remains a mystery to this day, and no openly known replications of his work exist. If anyone has been successful in duplicating the device, it has happened in secret.

More information: Moray Valve Manuscript.