Here is some video on YouTube of my permanent quadrupole magnet. It is actually a magnet with 4 poles, and they are only found inside of particle accelerators used in nuclear labrotories.
In the video I rotate a ceramic magnet in my hands along its horizontal axis, just partially underneat the quadrupole magnet. And simply because of the design in the quadrupole magnet, it rotates around its vertical axis, and because it is a ring shaped magnet with a hole just small enough for a rotor, it becomes a spinning disk. I do this to show all 4 poles, and you can see how when I raise the little magnet above and below the quadrupole magnet, it causes it to spin a half rotation.
Does anyone have ideas for parts I could by to run some further experiments. I want to get a very slow moving, extremely low voltage motor to spin one of the magnets, and I want to get an equally low power generator, that can work when the other magnet rotates in the fields created. There is virtually no extra force required to spin either magnet, and it feels like I am spinning the quadrupole magnet with free energy.
But I don't know how to test the theory.