How Did It Happen? A Brief Story of My Journey of Perpetual Motion
Moving Towards The End of Energy Crisis
Why to Live with Less Energy?
Exploring Philosophical, Astronomical and Cosmological Foundations of Perpetual Motion in Vedas
Basic Fundamentals of Perpetual Motion
The Suppression of Inventor and Crucifixion of Perpetual Motion
The Mystery of Dynamic Universe:
Truth of Perpetual Motion and Limitations of Science, Exploring Ancient Wisdom
Flaws, Fallacies and Follies in Name of Science, Where Science Went Wrong?
The Story of Mans Hunt For Free Motive Power and Energy Perpetual Motion Retold
Perpetual Motion Retold From Discovery to Innovation. Part II
Councilor Orffyreus. Forgotten Inventor of Perpetual Motion
The Law of Conservation Of Energy A Long Stride on a Wrong Path Part I
The Law of Conservation Of Energy: A Long Stride on a Wrong Path, Part II
Free Energy Revolution, A Brief History of Free Energy
A Treatise on Design of Gravity Perpetual Motion
Energy From Nothing Perpetual Motion Bridges Science Technology and Religion
How Did It Happen? A Brief Story of My Journey of Perpetual Motion
The Loud Cry of A Perpetual Motionist. Is He a Crackpot or genius?
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Full Title Volume 17:

"How Did It Happen"?

 A Brief Story of My Journey of Perpetual Motion

Volume 17

Lenght of Volume 17 : 200 pages





....What would I say if somebody asked me what method I carried to rediscover perpetual motion or if I succeed in my venture, how did I design a PMM?  What would a composer say if someone asked him by how he created his concert?  What would a poet say if asked by what method he created his poem?  An artist paints a picture because he takes delight in his painting because it is his self-expression of his glory, his well-being. Similarly, a perpetual motionist like me loves to design his machine, not because he wants anything from any one.  The complete narration of creative process is a difficult task; moreover, difficulties are manifold if some inventor lacks the erudite, intelligence and flair of writing.  In invention, as in any field of creative endeavor, there is little interest to rationalize each step; the primary goal for the inventor is the invention itself.  Communicating the course of his invention to people is a matter of choice, secondary one which largely depends on the wish of the inventor himself.  Moreover, making an invention and then writing it for the benefit of the people in a way, acceptable within the framework of science pose a double challenge to the inventor. The journey of invention is often through unidentified and unrecognized terrains. Therefore, roadmap of the invention  is difficult to sketch; in his journey of invention, even road is not smooth, there are seldom mile markers and signs on the road telling any inventor how he can proceed.   Often, he has to walk through dark tunnels, caves and narrow lanes for a long time while grapples to seek the solution of the problem.  In this particular sense each invention has its own map, maize and difficulties and each inventor has his own approach to tackle his problem, which may not look necessarily scientific because invention is not always purely the work of reason or product of scientific method.  In an attempt to tackle his problem, he often invents tools which are unique and which suits to his skills .It would not be wrong to say that invention has its arts as much as its method.  The complete answer must lie deep in the combination of the mental processes of retention and recall that lead to comparisons and contrasts and finally through a road map, through the maize of figures, facts, and fancies that the inventor has accumulated in his studies and observations to win his hard fought battle. The process of discovery and invention is mysterious because it is largely unconscious. Without such conflict, no one can make a big discovery or invent some fundamental invention to construct new knowledge ....


.....In the book entitled “How did it happen?” I have tried to give a clear and simple account of my experiments on the subject. I have only described those ideas, which proved themselves on test and not the chimeras, far numerous ones, which were disproved or proved unconstructive and had to be abandoned in the course of quest. We each have our own story of how we got to the path. Some find synchronous events drawing them into the process. Whether you see it as evidence of a divine intelligence that guided you is dependent on your judgment as a rational being or a religious being or the right blend of two. However, in my course of discovery, I would admit guidance from divine intelligence as I have had the feeling at times of being guided by something in the right direction….it is quite amusing to note that everyone devoted to perpetual motion feels so. .... 


.....For me, the intuitions abound with purity of heart as well as purpose, and they have changed me over the years from a cynical type of perpetual motionist who would have none of this, to one who is open to the concept of guiding intelligence that comes to our aid when we pray for it. If one develops this practice of calling these intuitions, necessity of a master that guide to right path does not arise immediately, except later for guidance in awakening of Kudalini power. ….


.....This volume presents a personal story which illustrates an important phenomenon in real science: the joy of making a discovery. I have been fortunate to experience this fantastic feeling in my career as a perpetual motionist, such moments are priceless. Certainly, at one night in Udaipur something flipped inside of me which I cannot quite explain. This is the ultimate cognition that I had at that very moment. There was a complete about-turn in my psyche and I just realized that consciousness is the ground of all being. I remember staying up that night, looking at the sky and having a real mystical feeling about what the world is, and the complete conviction that this is the way the world is, this is the way that reality is, and one can do perpetual motion. But I became completely convinced—there has not been a shred of doubt ever since—that one can do perpetual motion on this basis. Not only that, one can solve the perpetual motion but also this is what turning out. Of course, all the problems did not get solved right on that night, yet that night was the beginning of a new way of doing perpetual motion. So that night something really did shift for me in my whole approach. And everything was different after that. Later, I found in working out the details of what it would mean to do perpetual motion in this context, that I was able to penetrate much more deeply or that my own perpetual motion thinking was transformed in some way by this experience. ….


....Of course, impelled by practical needs, inventors create inventions and study them to gain new insights and make them known to the world, contributing to our common knowledge. However, I think that many will agree that it is not only the final results, but also many facets of the process itself – and especially some rare and intense moments on the road towards understanding – which constitute the true highlights of any process of discovery like the perpetual motion. .....


Dr. Ramesh Menaria

Derashree Shiksaska Sadana

Rajasthan University Campus










Backgrounds and Beginnings


Is There A Roadmap To My Invention or Revelation?


I Took a Different Path


Recollections of Childhood


My Mechanical Mania


College days and “Would be Tunnel” to USA


The Year 1982: I Learnt about Orffyreus


Orffyreus : A Source Of Inspiration.


Few Flashes that Set me On Path of Discovery


Investigating the Over-balancing Wheel


My Ambitions and Commitments


My Failures in Perpetual Motion


The Guidance from Nature, and My Intuitions


Adopting Philosophy of Laotzu



Perpetual Motion Was Hard Nut To Crack.


My Career as Lecturer


The Work of the Reason


Planetary Motion Is Perpetual Motion


World as a Huge Perpetual Motion Machine


Evidence of Perpetual Motion from Philosophy


First Move in Perpetual Motion: Discovering the Secret of perpetual motion in Religious Symbolism


More Failures


Invention: Inspiration vs Perspiration 


Final Quest Awaited


The Joy of Discovery


Fruits of Perpetual Motion


How it happened to me: Zero experience


Volume 18: The Loud Cry of A Perpetual Motionist

Hopefully, you will agree with my views that you will find in the pages of my EEC series of books but I am also equally aware that you may not agree with me on certain points discussed in these volumes. Before arriving at any definite conclusions to anything published in these books, I shall advise you to do your own research & contribute your own unique creative insights. My views and thoughts contained in these books are mostly anti scientific establishment, non-dogmatic. They contain explorations of ideas largely found in Eastern ancient Wisdom like Vedas etc, as well as my own creative ideas with freedom of thought. According to doctrine of “Syadvada” in Jainism, no truth is final, therefore, never bound yourself to saying this is the only truth. Truth is always plural and that which is plural is not the “absolute truth”!

Dr. Ramesh Menaria's entire EEC series of books with 18 titles fills up more than 7000 pages. Contents and page numbers of EEC series of books are subject to minor changes as all the 18 manuscripts are being edited and reedited until they finally get published by Deva publishers.

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