A Personal Witness Account of the Keppe Motor

Will Lajeunesse of Canada traveled to Brazil where he witnessed numerous demonstrations of the Keppe Motor. He also attended the demo in San Diego. He is writing here to Sterling Allan of Free Energy Now. The Keppe motor purportedly consumes just 7% of the energy to put out as much torque as conventional motors.

Dear Mr. Allan, I enjoyed very much your interview on Coast to Coast AM and it is very good to hear of a person doing such good work, helping humanity find solutions to one of its largest problems.

I am not sure if you have heard of the Keppe Motor yet, but there has been some discussions about it at overunity.com. Unfortunately, some folks there do not do their proper research and jump to unfair and even destructive conclusions about the Keppe Motor and the scientists behind it.

The Keppe Motor is not a rip off of the Bedini, Newman motor or any other motor for that matter. Yes, it is similar to these motors but it is very different in key ways. In addition, the Brazilian Government asked the Keppe Motor team to accompany a Brazilian delegation to Poznan, Poland for the UN Climate Change Conference in Poznan, Poland.

I have done my proper research and traveled to Sao Paulo, Brazil & San Diego to see this fantastic device and especially to meet the people behind it. I can tell you Sir, that this group of researchers is one of the finest in the world and they are not trying to deceive anyone. I have seen demonstrations of the Keppe Motor many, many times and I can confirm and prove that it is what they say it is, and that they have the data to back it up. They have many working prototypes and even offer the manual & small experimental kit for sale online.

Keppe Motor's first demo in Brazil

The first Keppe Motor public demonstration in Cambuquira Brazil, July 6, 2008.  They wrapped the motor in foil because this was the first time the motor was shown in public, and also the first time the media was present. The patents had not been secured at this time, so it was decided not to allow public photos of the inside workings of the motor.


The Keppe Motor Manual is only $50.00 and is over 44 pages long, full of scientific explanations and how to build your own Keppe Motor step-by-step. It is very cheap to build and takes little effort, very simple concepts and design. However, this is a working model only and needs much more development before it is integrated into everyday uses. The pre-assembled kit is also for sale, and considering what this motor can do, it is a bargain at $350.00 US. However it is not necessary to spend that much money to own your own Keppe Motor as one should consider first building their own motor via the manual. They even include a parts list for free on their web site before you buy the manual. This is to show that they have nothing to hide and that they are honest.

The Keppe Motor stands apart from all other electromagnetic motors thus far. It has both the torque & high RPMs needed to be practical, and it runs cold! Yes sir, I have touched the motor directly many times after lengthy demonstrations, and it was cold every time. As you know, this violates the laws of physics that we are taught in school, yet I experienced it for myself many times. In addition, when one Keppe Motor is running next to another, the second motor begins to turn as well, at a lower speed. If you connect multiple Keppe Motor together they become much more efficient, and I have also seen this many times.

I own a copy of the Keppe Motor Manual and I am also currently building my own for testing/development purposes. I have also become good friends with many of the people behind this new technology and I am now helping them promote it.

The demo I saw was on July 6, 2008, the first time the motor was released for public demos. I was there. The media was also there, including local TV stations and newspapers. The public was very interested, and the motor was received very well. The group of scientists who created the Keppe Motor, including Dr. Keppe, are very well know in their communities and throughout Latin America.


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