Overview - Bob Winter trap (magnet studded on right) first energizes and disrupts water bonds. Water then goes to first flexible magnet lined pvc sewer/drain pipe (6” diameter x 33” long .) Emerging from the bottom filter of the first pipe, the water is directed to a second flexible magnet lined pipe to repeat the process of concentration before exiting to the collection jar.

Each pipe is lined with 1/16ths inch thick flexible magnet. Each pipe has two drains. The drain shown here takes water from the interior sidewalls and leads the water to the outside as waste. The waste hose can be seen in the first photo above exiting the first stage pipe on the lower left of the pipe. The sidewall drain fits snugly against the interior wall of the pipe and bears against the magnetic sheet thus helping to ensure that the magnetic sheet conforms smoothly to the inner wall of the pipe.

Each pipe also has a bottom centered “tight spaces” filter leading to an “accepts” hose which passes the ormus laden water on for further processing or final collection. Since ormus is repelled by magnets, the flexible magnet lined pipe forces the ormus to the center of the pipe where the column of ormus laden water has priority in going through the filter. Meanwhile the less ormus laden water nearer the sidewalls is being evacuated from the trap as waste.

             This first stage filter is drill perforated 7/8ths  pvc pipe stuffed firmly with braided 20mm polypropylene rope.

Top view of sidewall drain hose showing holes drilled in hose and  barbed “T” connector.

Second stage “tight spaces” filter is made from porous polyethylene pipe. As with the first stage pipe the filter assembly is glued through a standard threaded 6” cleanout so that the filter can be periodically removed for cleaning.

Porous poly pipe is 1/2” diameter 20-40 micron pore size available from:,%20zrpe.cfm.

Before the water enters any of the magnetic traps it is “doped” with Azomite - a montmorrillionite clay of high mineral content. Shown is a standard household filter housing containing the Azomite. The bungee cord fastener and filter wrench together allow the filter to be jiggled to disperse mineral in water.

Inside of  “doping” filter showing a two sock disperser filled with Azomite. Spring wire jammed against inner wall acts as a retainer to prevent sock disperser from clogging the water output aperture.

Prior to passing through the Azomite doping filter and the magnetic traps the water runs through a standard household carbon block chlorine filter.

“Accepts” hose from first stage pipe discharging to 2nd stage pipe.

Typical flow rate of “accepts” water from second stage pipe into the collection jar.

“Waste” hose expelling water from sidewalls of trap.

Gravito-Magnetic Water Trap (Portable)          by E.M. Long

The portable trap operates on the same basic principles as the two-stage fixed trap and is designed to be carried to remote springs. The strongest trap water I ever made came from a Yellowstone Park spring  that was passed through this trap. The milk jug with bottom cut out is the water scoop for pouring water through the magnet studded funnel and into the flexible magnet line pipe.

The support tripod is normally for telescopes. The telescope mounting hole is used to capture the funnel stem and act as a mount for the funnel. (Below right)

Water swirling through funnel in a vortex prior to entering pipe.

A Doulton Sterasyl ceramic filter is used as a “tight spaces” accumulator/filter and has the added advantage of resisting most water borne pathogens.


You want the model # CS1200 which does not have the activated carbon inner core which will sequester ormus.

(Left) Ceramic filter at bottom center of pipe and plastic sheet barrier between water and flexible magnet liner.

(Right) Sidewall “rejects” water drain on left. “Accepts” water travels through smaller tube to collection jar.