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Saturday, March 24, 2012

Nikola Tesla - Visionary of Peace, balance between Science and Spirituality

Today I will talk about and post about one of the most legendary people in history, a man that is highly under-rated, Nikola Tesla. This man said that he wasn't author of his ideas, so people assume he stole from people like Edison....seriously? What if I told you that he got visions of the ideas, and also made astral travels to other civilizations and came back with new technology? You will think I'm crazy right? Research these things... you will learn that 1000 years more advanced technology doesn't just come out of nowhere.
Most people are close-minded and don't even care about these things, but Tesla, first of all discovered the rotating magnetic field, made the thing we know today as Tesla Coil, found a way to transport energy at vast distances, made several 0-point free-energy devices, even made a teleportation device... contrary to popular beleif, he actually even inventet the lightbulb, which was later monetized by Edison. And you know Tunguska's 'supposed' meteorite crash? It was Tesla's experiment and there was no crash, but energy coming from the ground, no animal or human lives were lost. But more on that later on...

Biography
Tesla was from a family of Serbian origin. His father was an Orthodox priest; his mother was unschooled but highly intelligent. A dreamer with a poetic touch, as he matured Tesla added to these earlier qualities those of self-discipline and a desire for precision.
Training for an engineering career, he attended the Technical University at Graz, Austria, and the University of Prague. At Graz he first saw the Gramme dynamo, which operated as a generator and, when reversed, became an electric motor, and he conceived a way to use alternating current to advantage. Later, at Budapest, he visualized the principle of the rotating magnetic field and developed plans for an induction motor that would become his first step toward the successful utilization of alternating current. In 1882 Tesla went to work in Paris for the Continental Edison Company, and, while on assignment to Strassburg in 1883, he constructed, in after-work hours, his first induction motor. Tesla sailed for America in 1884, arriving in New York, with four cents in his pocket, a few of his own poems, and calculations for a flying machine.
He first found employment with Thomas Edison, but the two inventors were far apart in background and methods, and their separation was inevitable. In May 1885, George Westinghouse, head of the Westinghouse Electric Company in Pittsburgh, bought the patent rights to Tesla's polyphase system of alternating-current dynamos, transformers, and motors. The transaction precipitated a power struggle between Edison's direct-current systems and the Tesla-Westinghouse alternating-current approach, which eventually won out. Tesla soon established his own laboratory, where his inventive mind could be given free reign.
Tesla allowed himself only a few close friends. Among them were the writers Robert Underwood Johnson, Mark Twain, and Francis Marion Crawford. He was quite impractical in financial matters and an eccentric, driven by compulsions and a progressive germ phobia. But he had a way of intuitively sensing hidden scientific secrets and employing his inventive talent to prove his hypotheses. Caustic criticism greeted his speculations concerning communication with other planets, his assertions that he could split the Earth like an apple, and his claim of having invented a death ray capable of destroying 10,000 airplanes at a distance of 250 miles/400 kilomeтерс.
After Tesla's death the custodian of alien property impounded his trunks, which held his papers, his diplomas and other honours, his letters, and his laboratory notes. These were eventually inherited by Tesla's nephew, Sava Kosanovich, and later housed in the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade. Hundreds filed into New York City's Cathedral of St. John the Divine for his funeral services, and a flood of messages acknowledged the loss of a great genius. Three Nobel Prize recipients addressed their tribute to "one of the outstanding intellects of the world who paved the way for many of the technological developments of modern times."

Some documentaries and interesting info





American documentaries in general, are kinda shitty, saying everything but telling you nothing, because the sum of information and content are controlled. 
Though, it really surprised how good this documentary is. Especially if you connect that to other information about Nikola. I advise giving it a watch.







Here is another one, and this one is Russian, with
Serbian subtitles, if you understand. The Russians are more subtle in their documentaries, but succeed in transferring much more real information to the viewer, we;;, that's my opinion anyway...


What the secret government did to Tesla really grinds my gears. And it still goes on today, this control, in every sphere of our existanse in this society. I'm sick and tired of this, evil leading the half blind, leading the blind...




Some may ask, how is free energy possible? I tell them, why wouldn't it be. The Sun radiates energy all the time, if it didn't, we we wouldn't even be here. Here's one way to this...

Tesla pictured the sun as an immense ball of electricity, positively charged with a potential of some 200 billion volts. The earth, on the other hand, is charged with negative electricity. The tremendous electrical force between these two bodies constituted, at least in part, what he called cosmic energy. It varied from night to day and from season to season but it is always present.
The positive particles are stopped at the ionosphere, and between it and the negative charges in the ground, there is a large difference of voltage - something on the order of 360,000 volts. The region between the ground and the edge of space traps a great deal of energy.

But, despite the large size of the planet, it is electrically charged like a capacitor. Keeping positive and negative charges apart by using the air as an insulator.

One of the more controversial topics involving Nikola Tesla is what became of many of his technical and scientific papers after he died in 1943. Just before his death at the height of World War II, he claimed that he had perfected his so-called “death beam.” So it was natural that the FBI and other U.S. Government agencies would be interested in any scientific ideas involving weaponry. Some were concerned that Tesla’s papers might fall into the hands of the Axis powers or the Soviets.
The morning after the inventor’s death, his nephew Sava Kosanovic´ hurried to his uncle’s room at the Hotel New Yorker. He was an up-and-coming Yugoslav official with suspected connections to the communist party in his country. By the time he arrived, Tesla’s body had already been removed, and Kosanovic´ suspected that someone had already gone through his uncle’s effects. Technical papers were missing as well as a black notebook he knew Tesla kept a notebook with several hundred pages, some of which were marked “Government.”
P. E. Foxworth, assistant director of the New York FBI office, was called in to investigate. According to Foxworth, the government was “vitally interested” in preserving Tesla’s papers. Two days after Tesla’s death, representatives of the Office of Alien Property went to his room at the New Yorker Hotel and seized all his possessions. The bastards....

Next time you watch the news or get fed up with society, remember that it is up to YOU. Find out and remember what we lost, as a world, when we lost Tesla. Free Unlimited Wireless Energy above all. But also remember what we gained, remember who made it all possible.





In the next post I will include some useful info how to cut your electricity bill and create a free energy device! Sounds incredible?? That's how they programmed you to think, remember that, and throw away that was of thinking. All info is out there, you just have to CHOOSE TO LOOK! There is disinformation too, but the Truth comes out, slowly but surely.

Cheers

9 comments:

  1. I din't know all these things about Tesla, didn't realize he was so epic

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  2. buen blog saludos :)

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  3. I'm sorry, but most of this is pseudo-scientific rubbish. Tesla was a genius. He was the real discoverer of electricity for humanity. But he did not make teleportation devices, he did not go into the future.

    There is a very large difference between Nikola Tesla and Doctor Who, and YouTube videos couldn't be a less valid source of information!

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  4. He didn't travel to the future, but it's not my problem you are closed-minded and can't open that head of yours and do research of your own. You are a slave to science.

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  5. Tesla, on the other hand, was not.

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  6. Great person, with many great inventions. Even though there been some rumors about stealing ideas, many of them did.

    If only our current world still had some people like these around with current given technology, we could see some brilliant stuff coming out.

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  7. I can agree that we all have to thank Tesla our current source of light and whatsoever. But, a free energy device is quite hard to believe. would be definitely cool

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  8. Hmm the things here about Tesla are quite unknown.Thank you for sharing this

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  9. I love Tesla and all his work!! this guy was VERY much ahead of his time and he didnt get the recognition he deserved... but truth cannot be hidden, its eternal and it will be shown one day when true values will be appreciated!!!

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