Andrew Johnson -
02 Jun 2013
Originally Written for "Pulse" Magazine - Reposted on 13 Dec 2016
I was asked to look at a
website about Free Energy technologies called WITTS - (World Improvement Through
The Spirit Ministries). On the website - www.witts.ws it
boldly states “WITTS is an organization of World-Class
Engineers/Scientists/Servants of God and Humanity, actively offering solutions
to the energy crisis”. In this short article, I will endeavour to examine those
claims to some extent. One of the first things you notice is that the site is
stacked full of references to the Bible and god and Jesus. (I leave you to
decide how relevant this is to the free energy issue and also to research into
the origins of the current bible and the scriptures that have been excluded from
The website seems to be
rather light on information, but there are many suggestions to “donate” to their
a page accessed by clicking the “Donate” menu link, it is stated “Please
pray about this and ask God what he would have you do to help. Then make the
donation according to the amount God leads. God speaks to your heart.” However,
the “About” and “Video”
pages are worth a look.
The organisation is headed up
by Sir Timothy Thrapp (WITTS spokesperson but it is not clear who gave Thrapp a
knighthood.) and the
2007 interview by James Robey on the “About” page is worth listening to.
Thrapp, born and raised in Alaska, is clearly very knowledgeable and a good
speaker. The first 5 minutes of the interview include a discussion of god, faith
and religion but there is some confusion with these and spirituality.
Thrapp mentions the very
interesting story of Kentucky 19th century
inventor Nathan Stubblefield –
who had made various types of earth battery and other devices. According the
Thrapp, Stubblefield was able to heat his home using free energy techniques.
Also, at 34 mins in the interview, Thrapp discusses their replication of an
energy-based healing device with amazing results, but it is implied that this
was not taken forward because of some kind of “interference” with their work.
Near the end of the Robey interview Thrapp states they have built some water
fuel based vehicles – to power cars (one
is shown the video page), but details are again not discussed. Thrapp
also mentions they have tried to market free-energy home heaters, but no further
details are discussed – this seems to be a theme.
An interesting array of
devices is shown on their “videos”
page, but the videos are not professionally produced and all seem to be
demonstrations of prototype or “home built” devices. No instructions on how to
build them are shown, nor is it stated anywhere if kits or products are
available to buy. One interesting
example is a “Self Running 40kW Fuel-less Generator. It is difficult to be sure
it is really doing what it claims, as the device is not taken apart. Also, in
common with a number of these videos, the generator is switched on and off but
it is not left running to power the premises in which it resides after the video
Thrapp states in the
interview that his organisation has been working on things for 27 years and he
has had up to 50 people working for him at one time, but they don’t offer any
products on their website – they just ask for a consultancy donation/fee.
Overall, one is left with the
feeling that they do have access to working devices, but they have either chosen
not to develop them, or have been prevented from doing so, so they use the
attraction of free energy devices to generate revenue for their organisation.
It’s difficult to see how they have improved the world or how they will solve
the energy crisis. Perhaps the dark forces at work are still too strong.