The Karl Schappeller Device
the Schappeller device an engine used in German field propulsion saucers?
This is a possibility. Because
so little has been reported about this device in the English language, the
following is a report describing
Karl Schappeller and his device in some detail.
Karl Schappeller (1875-1947) went from being economically poor to
owning a castle. His economic success was mirrored in his experiments
in energy as a lay-scientist, culminating in the
invention of a free-energy device that attracted
considerable attention around 1930. Schappeller was not secretive
about his invention, and actively sought private financing to
manufacture and distribute the results of his
research. He was in touch with financial concerns, and he spoke with a representative of the British Admiralty
concerning the utilization of his device to power Royal Navy ships.
In 1930 the design for his invention was the basis for free-energy research work by a governmental
organization of the German Weimar Republic, the Reichsarbeitsgemeinschaft or Reich
Works Association. One objective of the Reich Works Association was to make
Germany self-sufficient in energy production. The Reich
Works Association published their intention to utilize many Schappeller devices in a system
of broadcast energy distribution throughout Germany.
Adolf Hitler assumed power in 1933, and he was very interested in making
Germany independent of foreign sources of energy. It is known that political
and scientific structures were set up to work on the energy problem. One of these political and scientific structures was contained within the
SS, and it is known that Karl Schappeller met with SS Reichsfueher Heinrich Himmler in Vienna in 1933.
showing how Karl Schappeller’s device works
outer casing B.
Special ceramic lining containing tubes
Hollow center, filled by glowing magnetism when in operation