Next Update! And it seems HUGE....
If 8 Phase worked like it did, then so should 2 phase at 90 degrees shift.. So I whipped it together.. 2 H-bridges, Arduino, and 2 transformers as the primary. that's it..

This pic is the square wave phases when viewed separated, and when I series the secondary's.

I took the 2 outputs and powered 1 transformer and measured the "Maximum power potential" VS the input. I saw about 281 % Maximum Power Potential greater than the input! Meaning it is almost triple.

Then I hooked 2 transformers in series off the primary merged phase, and each of the transformers measured "maximum power potential" of over 266.39 % the input, and I have 2 of these outputs, meaning 532% over the input.

With this hookup, adding the extra transformer caused the input to LOWER by adding the second output transformer.. The input requirement is Much Less than the 8 phase..

I guess the added resistance of the transformers caused the input to lower a bit, and the output of individual transformer reflected this and also lowered a little compared to a 1 transformer setup.

By adding the second, the input went down 28% and a single transformer went down 26%. But when we add both outputs, the efficiency of the system increased by 89% over the efficiency with 1 output transformer. I predict this will change if I increase the input power when adding transformers..

The 90 degrees phase shift into transformers and merged creates a "rotation effect" within the transformers.

The numbers are as follows:

Input= 0.144 Watts

Output #1 (Open Circuit Voltage / Shorted Current) = 0.3836 Watts 10.96V X .035amp

Output #2 (Open Circuit Voltage / Shorted Current) = 0.3836 Watts 10.96V X .035amp

Total 0.7672 Watts "Maximum Power Potential"....

Note- This does NOT reflect output power when directed to a load. There are many more tests and variables that need to be checked. Tomorrow is another day.