1Cup1Life-1

You find the complete infos as well as the introductory video of M. Keshe on the Keshe Foundation Wiki page.

It is very important to follow EXACTLY the procedure for how to make a 1C1L otherwise you will NOT get the best result.

1Cup1Life – how to make it

Here is the material list for each one of the 1Cup=1Life:

  • 2x 30cm copper wire, multi-strand, AWG14
  • 3x 20cm LAN wire (AWG 20)
  • 1x Zinc plate (Battery, 1.5V, Ryovac D)
  • Glass container
  • Ordinary sea salt without iodine and fluoride
  • Wood stick (barbecue scewer or small branch)
  • Electrical tape
  • Tools: plyers, exacto, pencil, gas torch or -burner

The thickness or materiality of the metals need to correspond to the size of your container. Make 5+ productions at the same time; they create variable field strength which will well adapt to the mutations of the virus. After harvesting, you can mix the GaNS of all production to wash out the salt. Do not dismantle the cups for harvesting, take the GaNS out with a syringe and tube. When a metal part is corroded away, replace it.

  1. Intention
    Make a wish to create a GaNS that will save lifes and help many people: “I give freely from my Soul for you to take what you need. I am the River of Life
  2. Glass container
    Use only glass containers without a lid, plastic containers will yield a weaker result in terms of plasma fields (because of their C=H bond).
  3. Prepare the copper wires
    1. Cut two pieces of 30m of AWG14 multistrand copper wire (a)
    2. With an exacto make a cut along the wire (b)
    3. Open the cut at one end and pull the copper strands out all the way
    4. Hold the wire with two hands and turn them in opposite directions to twist the strands together (c)
    5. Cut 20cm of AWG20 (LAN wire) copper wire and strip of 2cm of insulation on both ends
  4. Prepare the bare copper coil
    1. Turn the AWG14 wire around a pencil to make a coil; leave 3cm straight
    2. Attach the AWG20 wire to the coil
  5. Prepare the nano-coated copper coil
    1. Nano coat the AWG 14 copper wire: Move it slowly through the flame of a gas torch or a gas burner for cooking; wait until the part in the flame turns bright red before moving on. The wire will turn black when it cools down.
    2. Once the nano-coated wire is cool enough to touch, twist it around a pencil into a coil.
    3. Attach the AWG20 wire to the coil
  6. Prepare the Zinc Plate
    1. Get a Zinc plate from a hardware store or recycle it from a used battery (only Carbone-zinc batteries; no Alcaline!)
    2. Cut it to the length of the copper coils you made.
    3. Punch a whole into one end of the plate with a hammer and a nail.
    4. Bend it around a pencil into a cylinder.
    5. Cut 20cm of AWG20 (LAN wire) copper wire and strip of 2cm of insulation on both ends
    6. Attach the AWG20 wire to the plate.
  7. Install the Zn plate and the Cu coils
    1. Connect the free end of the AWG20 wire from the copper coil to the free end of the AWG20 wire of the Zinc plate.
    2. Hang the zinc plate opposite the copper coil into the glass; they should be 2cm above the bottom of the glass. The GaNS production will stop as soon as it touches the plate or coils.
    3. Place the wood stick across the glass and hang the nano coated copper coil in the middle between the zinc plate and the bare copper coil; you can fix the wood stick with hot glue or tape if you want.
  8. Connect the battery
    1. Use a 1.5V, AA or AAA battery.
    2. Attach the nano coated copper coil to the minus of the battery with a strip of electrical tape.
    3. Attach the zinc plate/bare copper coil to the plus of the battery with a strip of electrical tape.
  9. Prepare the salt water
    1. Measure the volume of the glass container 3/4 full
    2. You will make a 15% salt solution. For 1 liter that means 326g salt; for 250ml =81g (37.5ml) salt. Dissolve the salt at room temperature and fill up the glass container so that the water level stays below the connections.
  10. Watch the Creation of GaNS
    1. GaNS (Gas in a Nano Solid state) is the white powder that settles on the bottom and sometimes at the top of the container. The clear liquid above the GaNS is called « Liquid Plasma ».
    2. If you see an oily film on the surface of your production, these are amino acids. Collect them and put them in a different container to add them back to the GaNS after having washed the latter.
    3. All colors of GaNS are o.k. except RUST RED (if this color turn up, something went wrong and you cannot use the GaNS)
    4. Sometimes gray or black particles also accumulate on the bottom – these are nano particles, they are totally o.k.
    5. If you are not certain about something, ask fellow knowledge seeker in the various facebook groups.

1Cup1Life-Twin Souls

  1. Use two 1C=1L setups; and place them not too close together, so they don’t interfere but interact with each other.
  2. Connect the Zn-plate and the bare Cu-coil in each cup together.
  3. Connect the Cu-np of cup1 to the Cu/Zn of cup2
  4. Connect the Cu-np of cup2 to the Zn/Cu of cup1
  5. Make sure that the connecting cables are not placed close together
  6. After production you have to wash all the salt out. The salty washing waters are used for environmental applications.

Each of the cups has a soul and both of them will interact.

The GaNS produced in the twin cups, is much finer and less fluffy than the standard 1C1L. The production is also much slower.

Take care also that the two simple Cu coils face each other and the Zn plates are consequently on the outside.


1Cup1Life-2

This is the same setup as the 1Cup1Life-1 but

  1. The bare copper coil is replaced by a copper plate or a copper wire bent to form a plate.
  2. The zinc plate is replaced by another copper plate or a copper wire bent to form a plate.

1Cup1Life-3 « Cup of Man »

This setup is very simple; it is the combination of the original 1Cup1Life with the second 1Cup1Life.

  1. 1C1L-1: The Zn-plate is connected to the Cu-coil
  2. 1C1L-2: The two Cu-coils are connected together
  3. The Cu-np coil of cup1 is connected to the Cu-np coil of cup2 (green line)
  4. The Zn-plate and Cu-coil of cup1 are connected to the two Cu-coils of cup2 (blue line)
  5. The Connection between the Cu-np coils is connected to the connection between the uncoated parts (the purple line).