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Juan Ortigoza García, born on November 18, 1937, is the number 10 of 11 brothers all born in a small farm without electricity in Granada, Spain.At the age of 14, without knowing how to write or read, he begins thanks to his parents support, to study at a night school for the elderly.
Before his 15th birthday, his amazing advances allowed him to successfully pass the exams to enter a secondary education school.
At the age of 19 and with the best average of the course, he submitted to the entrance exam to the military academy of Zaragoza in which he was rejected for having diminished right eye vision. He then decides to move to Madrid to study engineering at the Superior Technical School for Armament and Construction where he chooses the specialty in Electronics.
The same year, Marconi Española SA offers him a work contract as an auxiliary student engineers of armament and construction of the Spanish exercise.
In 1961, age of 22 years, as technical laboratory manager, he carried out the technical reviews of the systems installed in the air bases in Europe and Africa.
Soon, he moved to the USAF (US AIR FORCE) where he works in Assistance Systems for Air Navigation, such as ANS (Aids Navigation Systems), Tacan, ILS, VOR and RADAR. Juan Ortigoza consistently stands out for his exceptional professional performance.
SPECIALIZATION – WORKING AT NASA
His eight years of work for the USAF gave him enough freedom to think about revolutionary inventions during his free time, a fact that happened frequently when there were no repairs or maintenance to attend. The highest percentage of his free time in the USAF was devoted to the study of the basic principles of alternating electricity, mainly its great inconsistencies such as the KVar reactive power and the uselessness of the ideal motor that did not resist Lenz’s law. He felts a special interest for knowing the source and origin of energy. Where is the gas station of the cosmos?
In 1965 there was great expectation in the USAF for the announcement of the landing of Mariner 4 on Mars. The USAF chiefs knew Juan’s interest in spaceflight and that is why his direct boss, Mr. Frederick Smith, sent a letter to NASA recommending him for his experience and abilities. He was proposed to be part of the Mariner 4 (first spacecraft to overfly successfully Mars) trip monitoring and control team until his landing on Mars. Juan was responsible for receiving the journalists at the end of the mission to explain its details.
AN INVENTOR IS BORN
After the mission of Mariner 4, Juan Ortigoza decides to start his journey as a scientist, inventor and entrepreneur towards the field of electric energy. In 1966 he began manufacturing and installing components of collective television antennas, creating the Electro Antenas Galeote company. In 1968 he reaches 168 employees and has its own branches in Bilbao, Málaga, Murcia, Seville and Victoria.
As an inventor he manages to build the first prototypes that use the reactive energy which he called by the name of “Sequential converters”. He fundamentally analyze the ignorance that existed of the alternating electricity invented by Nikola Tesla. During this period he builds the first prototypes of the Ortronic I systems, of about 30 kilowatts.
Juan Ortigoza patents the procedures in Spain, the United States, Canada and Europe. Fundamentally based on the recovery, transformation and use of Reactive Energy, resulting in a free energy generated by inductive loads.
The first equipment was designed and manually manufactured by Juan Ortigosa and his team in the garage of his house in Galapar, Madrid, with the only publicity of the references given by the first users.The greatest advances in Ortronic technology began in 2010 with the Electric Power Multiplier, with a procedure patent registered at International level.
To achieve the necessary knowledge that would make it possible to multiply the useful power, Juan Ortigosa spent more than 30 years of his life in discovering the errors, inconsistencies and paradoxes of current knowledge of electricity and secondly in discovering new dimensions of electricity and its true laws. This has been his greatest, longest and heaviest technical challenge throughout his 30 years of career as a scientist.
Juan Ortigosa leaves us in January 2017 at age 80.
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