ok , last year you got advice from lots of different quarters and i think there is confusion and problems with the way you have laid your stator out .
from the diagram you just posted, you have 6 coils which is the proper number for three phase if you have rotors with 8 magnets.
but your showing the six coils wired in series which is totally wrong for 3 phase .
in three phase every 3rd coil is wired in series .
in your case that is two coils
and in three phase each of those two coils is laid out so that the winding direction is the same .
in fact, in three phase every coil in the stator is laid out so that the direction of winding is the same.
i think the confusion started when you changed from your original wooden radial layout and moved on to an axial flux design.
give the six coils a number. your number 1 coil should be in series with number 4 coil
number 2 with number 5 and number 3 with number 6
all the coils should be wound in the same direction. and wired start to tail to start to tail.
when done correctly you will have 3 sets of coils. each set having two coils . altogether 6 wire ends will be free.
at that point you can decide how to combine the wires in star or delta.
you are using medium strength ceramic magnets. also known as ferrite magnets.
if you were using neo magnets with perhaps ten times the flux density you would need very thick steel rotors to contain the flux.
do a test on the back side of your magnet rotor with a paper clip . to see if it will stick to the saw blade.
do a voltage test on coil number 1, using the same rpm, wire coil number 1 and 4 together. the voltage should be double. if not , switch the connection.
you should test each phase (two series wired coils)of your stator individually.
you should get about the same reading from all three depending on the same rpm for each test.
please post again when you get that sorted out .
don't give up.