Nikola Tesla: Serbian scientific genius

Serbian Genius: Nikola Tesla - Tesla Museum

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by  Sir Vojislav Milosevic, Director, Center for Counter-terrorism & World Peace Serbia

The great inventor Nikola Tesla, was a man whose genius was far beyond the great minds of his day. He had an intellect that at times seemed almost unearthly.

I suppose this is why some have speculated that such a remarkable individual could not have sprung from the bosom of mother Earth, but instead was the product of extraterrestrial intervention.

His name, in its absence, spoke of dark conspiracies and downright thievery.  In public, only the Tesla-coil stands out in honor of its namesake, but few know of the person for whom it is christened.

Textbooks held no place between its pages for this great man, and teachers rarely uttered his name.  Thankfully, some have come to recognize the great injustice that has been done to Tesla and have found a place in some classrooms to teach his history.  It would be safe to say that Nikola Tesla was the man who invented the 20th Century.

But a mystery remains.

We know that the United State Patent Office granted patents to many of Tesla’s inventions.  These were inventions that Tesla and his investors saw as potentially profitable – the AC motor is an excellent example of one of Tesla’s inventions that changed the world.   However, Tesla also invented an unknown number of other items that were never patented for one reason or another.  Tesla had a keen sense of what would garner financial interest, but he also worked on and developed technology that was simply for his own curiosity. Of these inventions, we know practically nothing.

Tesla was always a very thin man, and even as far back as the 1890’s, he drove himself to exhaustion on many occasions. In 1893, speaking at the Chicago World’s Fair, the dignitaries attending were so concerned about him that he said the following:

“A number of scientific men asked a group of electricians to deliver a lecture. A great many promised that they would come [but] when the program was sifted down, I was the only healthy man left, and so I have managed to take some of my apparatus and give you a brief outline of some of my work.”

Katharine Johnson also, on many occasions, worried about Tesla’s health and refusal to eat a substantial meal.

Through the years, Tesla began to give up meat, and eventually some time in the 1930’s, he just about gave up solid foods altogether. He drank bowls of warm milk and a combination potion made from the hearts of numerous vegetables such as artichokes and celery. He also ate honey.

By the time he was in his 80’s he was cadaverously thin. The last published photo of him when he was He is much thinner in this picture than the famous one taken just a few months before when he met with his nephew, Sava Kosanovic, ambassador from Yugoslavia, and the exiled King Peter, of Serbia.

Nikola Tesla (in the middle) with King Petar Karadjordjevic, Serbian Dinasty and King of Yugoslavia (in uniform)

Tesla certainly discussed the idea of using  a  Wardenclyffe  like tower to shoot down incoming aircraft, via a particle beam weapon, and as a completely separate concept, he also discussed the idea of creating earthquakes, which could be engendered in a variety of ways, e.g., by bringing buildings down by placing oscillators on their main support beams, or by setting off gigantic dynamite charges timed to a resonant earth frequency.

So where did the idea that Tesla caused the explosion in Tunguska originate?

The answer is probably threefold:

Through Tesla’s own writings whereby he says on May 3, 1907, in the New York World, just one year before the Tunguska explosion, that his “magnifying transmitter” has already produced 25 million horse power, and that “a similar and much improved machine now under construction, will make it possible to attain maximum explosive rates of over 800 million horse power.” Tesla also states in this article and in an article the following year in Wireless Telegraphy & Telephone, 1908, pp. 67-71, that he will be able to direct electrical energy “with great precision” to any point of the globe.

Tesla was working on the Philadelphia Experiment. To what extent did he participate?

As you probably know, there is a lot of controversy about the Philadelphia Experiment, and what really occurred. There is one theory that an entire ship was made to disappear and then reappear someplace else.

One explanation is that this was done by dematerializing and then rematerializing the ship. A more likely scenario is that the ship disappeared on the radar screen and then reappeared later. This can be done in a variety of ways, by either creating a special electrical field that is hard to detect, or by making the skin of the ship out of some material, such as Kevlar, which is a polyurethane fiber that absorbs the electromagnetic energy thereby preventing the radar beams from bouncing off the hull, and thus giving the position of the ship away. The stealth bomber has a skin made up of a compound that absorbs radar beams.

Tesla’s link to the Philadelphia Experiment is often tied to his supposed association with Albert Einstein. I have completed an exhaustive study of Tesla’s relationship to Albert Einstein and found out that there is no correspondence between them other than the famous letter Einstein sent to Tesla on Tesla’s 75th birthday. There are no letters in either the Tesla Museum in Belgrade or the Einstein archives which are in Israel at the University of Jerusalem.

Tesla lost his financing for Wardenclyffe because he ran out of money, in part, because he decided to build a larger tower than was contracted for with J.Pierpont Morgan. Tesla’s first major falling out with Morgan occurred in August of 1901, shortly after Morgan’s return from Europe, and this was during the Wall Street Panic of 1901.

Essentially, Morgan feared that a new wireless system of power distribution might threaten such companies that he had control over as General Electric or AT & T.

A question remains as to whether or not Tesla actually constructed a particle beam weapon. I believe that when looks at this question from a historical standpoint, we see that he had been working on this and similar devices for over 30 years. Thus, it is my opinion, that Tesla did, indeed, construct a working model. At the age of 81, at a luncheon in his honor, concerning the Death Ray, Tesla stated,

But it is not an experiment…. I have built, demonstrated and used it. Only a little time will pass before I can give it to the world.”

We now know that Tesla was interested and experimented in such “wild” ideas as free energy, antigravity, invisibility and even time travel.  Its no surprise that Tesla in his day was loathe to speak of these kinds of interests – after all, even today these areas of study still come under fire by some “mainstream” scientists, who refuse to use their imaginations and intellect, and scorn such interests with terms such as “bad science” and quackery.

In 1895, while conducting research with his step-up transformer, Nikola Tesla had his first indications that time and space could be influenced by using highly charged, rotating magnetic fields.  Part of this revelation came about from Tesla’s experimentation with radio frequencies and the transmission of electrical energy through the atmosphere.  Tesla’s simple discovery would, years later, lead to the infamous Philadelphia Experiment and the Montauk time travel projects.  But even before these highly top-secret military programs came about, Tesla made some fascinating discoveries on the nature of time and the real possibilities of time travel.

With these experiments in high-voltage electricity and magnetic fields, Tesla discovered that time and space could be breached, or warped, creating a “doorway” that could lead to other time frames. But with this monumental discovery, Tesla also discovered, through personal experience, the very real dangers inherent with time travel.

Tesla’s first brush with time travel came in March 1895.  A reporter for the New York Herald wrote on March 13 that he came across the inventor in a small café, looking shaken after being hit by 3.5 million volts, “I am afraid,” said Tesla, “that you won’t find me a pleasant companion tonight. The fact is I was almost killed today.  The spark jumped three feet through the air and struck me here on the right shoulder.  If my assistant had not turned off the current instantly in might have been the end of me.”

Tesla, on contact with the resonating electromagnetic charge, found himself outside his time-frame reference.  He reported that he could see the immediate past – present and future, all at once.  But he was paralyzed within the electromagnetic field, unable to help himself. His assistant, by turning off the current, released Tesla before any permanent damage was done. A repeat of this very incident would occur years later during the Philadelphia Experiment.  Unfortunately, the sailors involved were  left outside their time-frame reference for too long with disastrous results.

Tesla’s secret time travel experiments would continue on in the hands of others who were not as concerned with humanity as Tesla.  We are left with rumors and speculations on who may have become the heirs of Tesla’s research – hopefully, someday these secrets will be revealed once and for all.

In the 1930’s Nikola Tesla got involved with a group with was experimenting with moving through the Time/Space continuum. In the early 1930’s, the University of Chicago investigated the possibility of invisibility through the use of electricity.

It is believed that the Philadelphia Experiment was mostly an investigation into how Einstein’s Unified Field Theory for Gravitation and Electricity could be used in the development of electronic camouflage to keep naval ships from being seen by the enemy. The research was aimed at using intense electromagnetic fields to hide a ship from incoming torpedoes. This was later extended to include a study of creating radar invisibility by a similar field in the air rather than in the water.

The idea for the experiment came from investigations and experiments by a group involving Tesla for the possibility of invisibility through the use of electricity. The experiments succeeded for small objects, and around 1939, it was presented to the government. The military was particularly interested in this, possibly due to the fact that there was a war going on at the time, and technology like this would be monumental.

Tesla had a vivid imagination and an intuitive way of developing scientific hypotheses. After seeing a demonstration of the “Gramme dynamo” (a machine that when operated in one direction is a generator, and when reversed is an electric motor), Tesla visualized a rotating magnetic field and developed plans for an induction motor applying the concept. This electric motor was the first step toward the successful application of alternating-current. Telsa used his imagination to prove and apply his hypotheses.

Tesla, the prodigal genius, the forgotten genius, the sorcerer, the man out of time, the wizard with lightning in his hands.

Tesla’s abstruse, esoteric electric technology is beyond the average intellect and is best interpreted by qualified, degreed experts in quantum physics and scaler electromagnetics
In his old age, forgotten and penniless, Tesla was murdered by agents of the NAZZI government,Otto Skorzzeny and Reinhard Gehlen, in a seedy Manhattan hotel room, his papers confiscated and disappeared by the FBI. Tesla’s technology continues to be undisclosed to the public and instead is directed into black projects, like the Philadelphia Experiment, and HAARP.

Antigravitic UFO’s are Tesla technology, as are the quantum-vacuum, zero-point energy generators that drive them. Tesla’s technology has brought us such products as the Tesla Scaler Potentizer, the Teslar wristwatch, the Tesla Teletransporter, and the Tesla Male-Enhancement Helix, as well as the Tesla electric sportscar. It was Tesla’s magnifying transmitter that caused the devastating Tunguska explosion of 1908. A contemporary black-project version underground in Canada accidentally brought about the East Coast blackout of 2003.

The Mystique sentimentalizes, romanticizes, and mystifies the memory of Nikola Tesla. The Mystique is determined to make Tesla awesome, fantastic, and beyond comprehension. The Mystique is an intellectual fashion wave that distorts biography, history, science, and consciousness.

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