new guy here with a simple magnetic theory question. if i were to coil 10 turns of insulated wire around an 1/8" round x 1" long neodymium magnet, then wire it in parallel to a second magnet with 20 turns of the same gauge wire, what kind of change could i exspect in the second magnets field if i spun a reluctor in front of the first magnet? im trying to boost or weaken one magnet with another......remotely, without any type of outside power source. only induction slightly amplified by verying the number of coils between the two magnets. to clarify my question and give you a reasonable motive behind my questions, i drew up a picture. my question is when the reluctor wheel passes past one of one magnet what kind of response will i get in the other magnet? -will there be an increase or decrease in the other magnets strength depending on the direction of the windings in the coils? -will there be an equal response from each magnet across the grid as a metal object passes by it? "depending on the accuracy of each coil of course." -could a magnetic image somehow be broadcasted from one grid to the other through the use of mercury or metal filings on one grid and a metal object passing over the other? these are just a couple of the questions i want answers to. in order to build a grid i need time and money. just want to know if ano of the answers are already out there before i waste both. i already know that a small amount of voltage will be induced in the coil of the first magnet. but is that voltage enough to change the magnetic properties of the other magnet?