Here is an extract taken from a book called “Prodigal Genius”, by John J. O’Neill. It is the content of a brochure describing the World System.
“The World System has resulted from a combination of several original discoveries made by the inventor in the course of long continued research and experimentation. It makes possible not only the instantaneous and precise wireless transmission of any kind of signals, messages or characters, to all parts of the world, but also the interconnection of the existing telegraph, telephone, and other signal stations without any change in their present equipment. By its means, for instance, a telephone subscriber here many call up any other subscriber on the Globe. An inexpensive receiver, not bigger than a watch, will enable him to listen anywhere, on land or sea, to a speech delivered, or music played in some other place, however distant. These examples are cited merely to give an idea of the possibilities of this great scientific advance, which annihilates distance and makes that perfect conductor, the Earth, available for all the innumerable purposes which human ingenuity has found for a line wire.
Another luscious thing about Tesla was that he conducted the sort of bat shit crazy experiments that generally resulted in swarms of infuriated villagers breaking down the door to his lab with pitchforks a d torches. While working on magnetic resonance once, he discovered the resonant frequency of the Earth and caused an earthquake so robust that it almost annihilated the 5th Avenue New York building that housed his Frankenstein Castle of a laboratory. Things were flying off the walls, the drywall was starting to break apart and the police were coming after him, and to keep it obliterating an entire city block, Tesla had to smash his device with a smash hammer. Later, he swaggered that
he could have built a device powerful enough to split the Earth in two. Nobody had the audacity to ask him to prove it.
His adventures dazzled half of the world with science and during this, Nikola Tesla encapsulated the power of Niagara Falls into the first hydroelectric power plant, designed a bath designed to cleanse the human body of germs using nothing but electricity, and produced a goddamn 130-foot long bolt of lightning from one of his massive coils (a feat which to this day remains the world record for man-made lightning), but frankly his most badass invention was his Captain cold, tank-destroying, super-secret Atomic Death Ray. In the early 1920s he claimed to be working on a tower that could potentially have erupted forth a collosal beam of ionized particles which were capable of destroying aircraft from 200 miles away and blinking most men out of existence like something out of a Flash Gordon or Men In Black. He made a weapon, known as the “Teleforce Beam”, allegedly shot ball lightning at 60 million fucking volts,it could liquefy its targets,it could vaporize steel while it could shoot further than 200 miles, its effectiveness beyond that range was limited only by the curvature of the Earth.
Luckily for the human race, this crazy absurdity never came to maturation – most of the schematics and diagrams existed only in Tesla’s head, and when he died of heart failure in 1943, only a neglible data existed. Still, J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI confiscated all his personal stuff and put it in custody just to be on the safer side.
Tesla used to claim he never slept more than two hours. However, Tesla did admit to “dozing” from time to time “to recharge his batteries”(I guess bad Opium Trips)
As claimed by his assistant,Tesla once worked for a period of 84 hours without sleep or rest.
There was a project in 1933 funded by General Motors,that claims that Tesla had created the air-powered electric car. Seven witnesses would have seen the car moving with 140km/hr.
It is said that he tried to capture the cosmic energy and to connect with other dimensions in the Universe.
There are some interesting facts to be mentioned in respect to Tesla’s complex and fascinating character. He was a prodigy of many dissensions and some facets of his life are still puzzling. Tesla was a recluse and lived all of his adult life alone. He was shy and soft-spoken, but at the same time he was well known for his showmanship. He bamboo his audiences with flamboyant demonstrations of his inventions, exploding electricity from his Tesla coils across rooms.
When he dined at a restaurant (which he did every day, alone), he used to demand a pile of napkins by his side to polish his silverware, plates, and glasses until they looked sparked. And yet being so eccentric,he would open the windows in his hotel room to let the pigeons in so that he could feed them.
Although Tesla demonstrated the use of radio in 1893 and a got a patent for it but the patent office backstabbed him by giving the patent to Marconi later.
Since both Thomas Edison and Andrew Carnegie had invested in Marconi and not in Tesla,Tesla fought single handedly for 29 years to reacquire his patent, finally getting a hearing in the US Supreme Court.
The Court finally found that 15 of 16 Marconi’s patents we’re actually invented by Tesla and ruled the case in his favour in 1944,a year after his death.
He got his last patent in 1928,which was a harbinger to the today’s helicopter,which was intially conceived by another genius,Da Vinci.
In a letter to his friend,Tesla said that he found a thought in a “scribble” of high-frequency electromagnetic discharge and
Johnson would be able to soon read his poetry personally to Homer and on the other hand,Tesla would have a discussion with Archimedes over his discoveries.
An enumerated narrative of “green” electromagnetic waves can be found in his research journal. These waves looked like a fog, which appeared when the warship in Philadelphia disappeared.
He also told the journalists that he made a connection with the civilizations that were not from this planet.
The claim was taken seriously by few people,however there is proof that he continued his research on ‘parallel worlds’ silently and alone and never published the results.According to a legend,it is believed he made a device to tune the electromagnetic oscillations of his own brain,in other words,to control his mental activity.
Therefore,he could communicate with realities displaced over time(parallel worlds) without any major problems.
Though light wasnt invented by him, but he did invent how light can be harnessed and distributed. He developed and made florescent bulbs in his lab some 40 years before industry “invented” them.
The dude created famous scientists’ names by just bending some of the glass tubes, at the World’s Fair,thus creating the first neon signs. However, it is his Tesla Coil that might be the most sumptuous, and argumentative.
The so called big industry would have liked to curb the Tesla Coil: the theory that the Earth itself is a magnet that can engender electricity (electromagnetism), monopolizing frequencies as a transmitter.All that is needed on the other end is the receiver — much like a radio.
Tesla explored the entire gamut
of electromagnetism and ionizing radiation.
Everything from a vanguard to Kirlian photography, which has the competence to report life force, to what we now use in medical science, Tesla played an important role in this transformative change. Like many of Tesla’s inventions,X rays emanated from his belief that everything we need to fathom the universe is virtually around us at all times, but we need to use our minds to develop real-world devices to augment our intrinsic perception of existence.
During the World War 1,when the world was getting it’s butthole bombed by the Germans,it was Tesla who proposed the use of radio waves to detect U-boats but was obviously rejected by Edison,who was the R&D head of US military at that time,describing the idea ludicrous.
Emile Girardeau would develop an obstacle-locating radio device two decades later “conceived according to the principles stated by Tesla,”
Tesla’s overly embellished scientific mind led him to the conclusion that living beings are merely steered by external impulses. Once,he stated: “I have by every thought and act of mine, demonstrated, and does so daily, to my absolute satisfaction that I am an automaton endowed with power of movement, which merely responds to external stimuli.” Thus, the concept of robot.
An element of being ‘human’ however remained present,as he asserted that these human replicas should have constraints:propogation and growth. Nevertheless, Tesla flagrantly entwined all of what intelligence could produce. Tesla’s mindblowing ideas for a future encapsulated with intelligent cars, robotic human companions, and the use of sensors, autonomous systems and what not are precised in a irresistible entry in the Serbian Journal of Electrical Engineering.
The rumor has been going around for a long time now that he invented or developed a significant number of electrical and electronic devices which were decades ahead of their time and would have been of special interest to US military and intelligence circles.Business kingpins, such as George Westinghouse John Jacob Astor and JP Morgan were among those who saw the future in Tesla’s pioneering, entrepreneurial potential to grubstake on his technological discoveries in electricity, wireless communications, and physics.
Many of his technological inventions were cocksure to have drawn the attention of the Elite for world domination and superiority.
Tesla’s inventions were ostracized and his career was occluded from our history books because his inventions and patents were stolen and then weaponized.
The people were never betrothed to learn about the obliteration of Tesla’s precocious scientific discoveries, nor about those who aggrandized from their theft – the orchestrators of the master plan.
There has been a lot of writing about his successes and failures but very few have actually articulated the behind the scenes financial activities which squeal a Nazi plan to get to his technology,while he just wanted free energy for the world.
Nikola’s many patents got mysteriously acquired by Nazis prior to WWI and WWII.
He continuously found himself in lawsuits and disputes over patent rights and other issues.
On January 1943,the eccentric genius was found dead on the 33rd floor of the Hotel New Yorker. People say he died of Coronary thrombosis.
But there are several conspiracy theories that how he was killed by Adolf Hitler because he had information and discoveries way too powerful to handle(that is a different story altogether)
After getting the knowledge of Tesla’s death,the Federal Bureau of Investigation ordered the US Office of Alien Property to immediately seize all of Tesla’s stuff.
All of his belongings from the Hotel New Yorker and other NYC hotels,was secretly transported to the Manhattan Storage and Warehouse Company, where it remained highly classified .(And if anyone wants his file, I just got that on the Dark Web from an anonymous user, I hope I just don’t get mysteriously assassinated).
Tesla discovered and invented many more notable things, some being maybe more valuable than the ones I selected. It makes no real difference, because they are not being fully developed in today’s society for a basic reason, it affects the cash flow from a certain group of people called the oligarchy. They control all the innovations, to ensure they do not conflict with their income stream. They stopped almost all Tesla’s inventions and have blackballed him in society to the point he became a very unpopular person back in his life time and still today.
When asked how it felt to be the smartest man alive, Einstein’s reply was ‘I don’t know, you’ll have to ask Nikola Tesla’.”
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