Nikola Tesla is often called one of the history’s most important inventors, one whose discoveries in the field of electricity were way ahead of his time and continue to influence technology today. Despite his accomplishments, however, Tesla died pennilessly and without the accolades that would, he would ultimately earn over a century later.
The “genius who lit the world” is now commemorated with an electrical unit called the Tesla, has a place in the inventor’s hall of fame, streets, statues, and a prestigious engineer’s award in his name, but in life, he wasn’t always so successful.
Nikola Tesla was born in 1856 in a town called Smiljan, today part of Croatia but then located within the borders of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. His father was a priest and his mother, despite not having any formal education, tinkered in machinery and was known for having a spectacular memory.
These numbers present a mystery, of an unexplained pattern in the universe. It is alleged the great Nikola Tesla did everything in (3) threes.Nikola Tesla had calculated nodal points around the planet, and they were probably linked to the numbers three, six and nine and Tesla claimed that these numbers were extremely important. Tesla was obsessed with numbers 3, 6 and 9. He understood a fundamental fact, unknown to many, which is the universal language of mathematics; A science discovered by man, not invented by him.
Here, numbers 3,6 and 9 do not exist and, according to Rodin, this is due to the fact that these numbers represent a vector from the third to the fourth dimension, which is called the “flow field.”
This field is a higher dimensional energy, which has an influence on the energy circuit of the other six numbers. Going even further, Randy Powell, a student of Marko Rodin, says that this is the secret key to free energy, which Tesla investigated until the last days of his life.
However, if we look even beyond Tesla, we will notice that no matter which culture we observe the number three has always been present, of extreme importance.
Throughout history, the number three was viewed by ancient civilizations, different cultures, religions, spiritual mystics, even science as playing a major role in our lives. Three signifies unity, perfection, creation, the bases, even the cosmos.
In the study of Sacred Geometry, the “Tripod of Life” known as the Borromean rings, represents the energy form of the second day of creation.
The rings are the core of the Seed of Life, and the underlying strength of the “Flower of Life”, believed to contain the very patterns of creation. The Flower of Life is considered by many as the physical representation of space and time.
When the three overlapping rings in the Tripod of Life are in three-dimensional form, energy is generated and emitted. This energy can enhance our creativity and widen our consciousness level.
The Rule of Three is a principle which emphasizes the power of the number and its effectiveness. Based on the Latin principle “omne trium perfectum”, everything that comes in threes is perfect and complete. The rule of threes can be found in many of our everyday creative expressions including writing, photography, films; even advertising.
The number six is its double three, twice as powerful, but is sublimated by “Universal Duality” or the “Law of Genders,” when positive and negative energies are parts of the whole. See the video below for explanation.
The number nine (3×3) is the climax, the jewel of the threes. Its significance is divine, representing both the singularity, the initial point of the whole, the vacuum. Nine represents everything and nothing. Nine represents the “Seed of Life”, the symbol of fertility, creation, and serves as the blueprint for the universe and life.
Some say he was insane, others claim he suffered from and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (O.C.D.), many others believe that in reality, Tesla was on to something most of us are unaware of? The magic begins with a 3, the base number of Creation.