The Messias Machine

This article is about the Messias himself, about the machine with the gentle technique and about me. The translation is done by Mr. Baumgartner from Energy unlimited magazine.

(the machine with the gentle technique)

by Achmed A. W. Khammas

The inventor, Al-Masih Daruish Al-Khooss (or Abou Mohammad), was bom in 1926. He is a "roadpointer" to a new type of energy device. He has worked as a f armer, tile layer and shoemaker. He lives in Zabadani valley in the village of Al-Zabadani, about 40 miles from Damascus, Syria. He cannot read or write more than a few words. He believes his device would eliminate the need for oil energy and destroy its Systems, and that we could thus produce electric power without fights and monopolies. "It is a peace project for God", he says. He believes "the idea is always there, but it depends on whether a person has an open mind in which the idea can enter and materialize."

This new machine is being developed in Syria, using water as a medium. It will:

1) eliminate the explosive power technqiue
2) transform energies
3) eliminate, in the technical method of delivery to the pump, the continuously disruptive, stuttering destruction of the water bond, the cohesion.

The principle of the energy transformer is ingeniously simple and does not require a complicated technical specification. The motion principle is the upward transport of fluids through rotation.


The nucleus of the system is a large upright standing hollow cylinder mounted on top of a heavy flywheel which runs on a thrust bearing. This whole apparatus rotates vertically. The water enters through a large opening into the rotating body and is transported spirally upwards and exists over the rim or through holes at the upper side of the cylinder into a catching basin, which is mounted outside, from which it then goes downward by gravitation through the turbines to its original starting level. Therefore an non-interrupted circulation comes into existence in which the water moves spirally upwards and then falls down straight again (via gravity). The machine is oriented according to the gravitational axis (the vertical axis) and the ocean or water intake level (the horizontal axis).

When the machine is started, the water in the horizontal intake pipe is sucked up into the rotating cylinder - it does not require additional energy to pump it up.

Insofar as the segments of this system which are below the water level of the whole System which is located on land, we can obtain a constant inflow into the rotating body which, in addition, gives a useful starting acceleration to the water. As long as the system is not operating, the water in the inside will come to rest on the zero-level of the intake water. If we start the rotation, the water climbs spirally on the smooth surface of the inside wall of the rotating body, whereby, at the same time, the vacuum created by the climbing water is compensated or balanced through new water coming in. Here we have the expression of adhesion and cohesion, the gravitational forces and the centriftigal forces. By choosing the most suitable materials for the coating of the inside of the container, the efficiency of this effect can be increased.


Now a waterswirl (vortex) is built up similar to the one you have in your bathtub drain, but which is an upward swirl in this case. For comparison, take the tomados, weather cyclones, etc. Since there exists a steady through-flow of the water coming from the inlet below, the rotaring body stores a certain amount of water on this rotating, upward spiralling wall. The amount of water depends on the form and size (capacity) of the wall. The water on the wall is constantly exchanged, but the volurnn of water on the wall remains the same after the device has reached its capacity.

After having reached its capacity limit, the water will overspill on the top edge of the rotating cylinder into a catching basin. Remember: So far we have only invested energy. The basic function of the machine is now clear - to let the water run upwards.

lt might be mentioned that the cylindrical rotating body could have the optimal form of a cone or be topological to suit the flow (Professor Trostel, TU Berlin).


The rotational principle displayed by this simple model is more efficient and could be developed better than other principles in hydrodynamics. Each vortex acts as a lung capillary. It is all a breathing process, the same as with trees and plant life in general. So far the world's machinery is based on the principle of exhalation, accompanied by tons of suffocating poisons of all sorts. In comparison, here we have the breathing of the "angels of Paradise", like cooling balsam, a breathing which harmonizes with the breathing of the magnetic field and the gravitational field. This breathing is circular and, at the same time, equally distributed in-and-out breathing. It is even superior to the ideal of the Atman consciousness breathing of the Indian Yogis in its endurance and steadiness.

Through our energy supply, we cause the body to rotate, to set it in motion. Through this motion, the body gains its center of gravity and therefore "relatively" loses weight. Through losing weight, the body can again move easier and since the body can now be moved easier, it needs less energy input to maintain it in motion, whercby the circle of lightness is closed.

This positive action of the intermediate storage of mechanical energy can be increased if we construct a very heavy flywheel (which is mounted on top of a thrust bearing carrying the rotating body). This large weight is acting in conjunction with the total capacity in favor of a larger storage capacity, which, of course, requires a higher starting energy input.

The air pressure acts as a stablizer on the Standing, turning and exchanging water wall. There also exists a core vacuum through this, rotating air in the core, which enhances suction and accelerates the slip increase. The 10 tons/meter2 existing air pressure we need not overcome because the upward winding water "kind of slips through".


Each wind movement helps to overcome friction. Each wind puff, it doesn't matter from which direction it comes, additionally accelerates the rotation. The energy which we further have to invest in the system will, for this and other reasons, be brake energy.

The earth rotation, the spin, reinforces the rotation. The rotational direction of the machine depends on whether the machine is in the northern or southem hemisphere. Gravitation pulls the water downwards as soon as it comes out of the rotating cylinder into the gravitational field, so gravitation gives the downward direction which helps to stabilize any rotational movement and it does not prevent an upward transport of the water. Through the angular momentum of the planet's magnetic field, we have the possibility of gaming additional acceleration in the flywheels.


The upward flowing water has a certain temperature at the inlet. Through the spiral motion, the water cools off whereby the heat energy released is changed into kinetic energy, an anti-entrophic action, which possesses the Opposition of dissipation. In other words, the centripedal action now has taken over.

The Manfred-von-Ardenne-Institute in Dresden, Germany has a different opinion, of course, but they feel the truth will surface once a pilot model is in Operation.

Since the system is fed through the surface water, a temperature exchange would result in favor of mechanical rotation through a direct usage of the sun energy, since this energy is in the form of warmth (temperature). According to the Archimedian water compression prineiple, water which exists on the surface of an ocean or a lake or any water body is warmer than that in the depths. This will also help to get the device in motion.


It has not been possible, so far, to make precise measurements with our models which have been handcrafted in a domestic (primitive) way since the quality of these has not been sufficient and accurate instruments have not been available to us.

Ed. Note: This article was excerpted and translated by Walter P. Baumgartner from an article published in German by Mr. Khammas entitled ‘Der Messias mit der Sanften Technik’ in the SPHINX-Magazine, No. 7 (end of 1979) in Basel, Switzerland.

Mr. Khammas sees his function as a harbinger of this new system from which he believes the whole world can profit.

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