Hojo Motor Review – What’s The Buzz?
I’ve decided to do a Hojo Motor Review because there’s been a lot of buzz on the internet recently about this supposed ‘Free Electricity’ device.
What is it? Modeled after Howard Johnson’s patented magnetic generator and named after the ‘Father of Spintronics’, the Hojo Motor is a set of mechanisms that can be self-assembled within one’s own home that can produce a perpetual amount of energy.
In fact, the “HoJo Motor” was awarded 3 U.S. patents and is the only known device to be certified by the U.S. Patent Office as a free energy production contraption.
The interesting thing is; the plans on how to build this home-made machine is now available on the market … meaning almost anyone can create their own home based energy source.
Hojo Motor Review – Why It Almost Didn’t Make It
Now, because of the novelty of the idea, it was even featured in the ‘Science and Energy Magazine’.
Naturally, this device posed a major threat to the big energy companies. Think about it – if you can generate your own electricity without depending on these companies, this means that you may not have to pay a single cent for your electrical bills, and that also means a massive loss of profits for those ‘Big Boys’ in the power industry.
And not surprisingly, when the guys behind the self-set-up machinery decided to release the instruction manual, the major corporations reacted unfavorably and sent them threat letters.
As of this writing of the Hojo Motor review, the site where the plans were shared had been temporarily taken down (check here to see if it’s back up)
From a third-party point of view, if there’s such a big resistance towards something as seemingly simple as a home-made solution, then I believe this motor is seriously giving the industry giants a run for their money.
If you see that the site is back up, then I’d suggest you get your hands on the how-to guide as soon as possible before it gets shut down again.
If you can save thousands of dollars on your electrical bills, I’d say it’s well worth it.