SETHKETTLEMAN on youtube makes a good point , he says

"The perpetual motion holder has many amazing functions. It is also a great learning tool. Just remember Ed was very specific in his directions on how to construct his holder. Many people make little horseshoe electromagnets and call them a perpetual motion holder. Ed tells you exactly what steel stock to use, wire type and size, how many turns, dimensions, spool material, etc."

Keep experimenting! try and show us your geographic coordinates and which direction you are facing also.

Attention Researchers!

"I found out that the researchers were misled by wrong instruction books, and by one-sided instruments. Voltmeters and Ampere meters are one-sided. They only show what is called by instruction books, positive electricity, but never show negative electricity. Now you can see that one-half of the electricity escaped their notice. If the researchers had used the same kind of equipment I use to demonstrate what magnetic current is, they would have found out a long time ago what electricity is. The positive electricity is composed of streams of north pole individual magnets, and negative electricity is composed of streams of south pole individual magnets. They are running one stream of magnets against the other stream in whirling right hand twist, and with high speed." EDL.

If a Galvanometer shows us that "The direction of deflection of the needle changes with the change in the direction of flow of the current" then possibly Ed is onto something whe he says that voltmeters are one sided.