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Nikola Tesla

Nikola Tesla (Serbian 10 July 1856 – 7 January 1943) was a Serbian American inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer best known for his contributions to the invention of radio, X- Rays, flourecent lighting and the modern alternating current (AC) electricity system still in use today.

Tesla 1880Tesla gained experience in telephony and electrical engineering before immigrating to the United States in 1884 to work for Thomas Edison in New York City. He soon struck out on his own with financial backers, setting up laboratories and companies to develop a range of electrical devices. His patented AC induction motor and transformer were licensed by George Westinghouse for 1$ US, who was a good friend of Tesla.

Tesla's laboratory was designed by the famous American architect and Tesla's friend, Stanford White. The laboratory is still standing in good condition. In front of Tesla's laboratory, there is a foundation of Tesla's Wardenclyffe Tower which was an enormous structure. Underground corridors connected the tower with the Atlantic Ocean.

John is probably the worlds leading expert on Tesla devices, as well as the state of his mind during different phases of his life. In the earlier years, Tesla was entirely forthcoming with his designs and very excited to share his knowledge. As years went by, and disappointments in funding and greedy financiers shattered his hopes of revolutionizing the new coming age, Tesla became more and more jaded, and cryptic with his statements. Tesla had already been the victim of several manipulations by this time. In an effort to recreate his later works, one must take into account the fact that his statements were elusive, secretive and misleading. Tesla realized if anyone really had a passion for his work, a trail of engineering clues coupled with cryptic clues would lead the experimenter through a similar path of discovery. That said, John believes that a smaller wireless power transmitter based on the Wardenclyffe was used to transmit wireless power at around the 200 - 400mhz bands during the test period. The tubes merely rectified the massive amounts of radio waves bouncing between the earth and the ionosphere. It will be on this assumption that we will base our experiment.

Tesla did mention the latent aetheric power of charged forces, the explosive potentials of bound aether, and the aetheric power inherent in matter. Due to the corruption motivated destruction of his tower, Tesla sought a portable replacement for the 100,000,000 volt initiating pulses which natural law required for the implementation of space aether. This was the basis of his world wireless power transmission at Wardenclyffe. He would bombard the ionosphere with a minimum of 100 million volts starting a chain reaction of radio resonance with forces out in space such as Valhalla’s Belt. Once such a flow began, one could simply tap the stream for limitless power. Tesla had now abandoned those gigantic ideas and shifted his attentions from the appreciation of the gigantic to an appreciation of the miniature. Broken hearted, he was reduced to tears when his tower was destroyed. He vowed to replace his efforts with an immense number of small and compact aether power receivers that could never all be destroyed. By all witness accounts he succeeded completely.


The video below is from the show Phenomenon - The Lost Archives starring Dean Stockwell. John Hutchison was asked as one of the guest speakers in this show.

The Missing Secrets of Nikola Tesla

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