Nikola Tesla – My brain is only a receiver, in the Universe there is a core from which “We” obtain knowledge, strength and inspiration. I have not penetrated into the secrets of this core, but i know it exists.
Nikola Tesla was a Croatian-American Inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, and futurist best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current (AC) electricity supply system. He is the man who harnessed lightning, a true genius, he envisioned new technologies far before their time and claimed to have had contact with extraterrestrial beings.
Nikola Tesla is considered one of the most innovative and mysterious men who ever lived. If Tesla hadn’t invented and researched everything he did in his time, our technology today would be considerably worse. but is there something more to Tesla? Did he, in fact, have contact with Aliens as he publicly proclaimed? He is one of the most amazing inventors our civilization has ever known his knowledge and ideas went far and beyond what was known and accepted in his lifetime.
October 28, 1943, was the date of one of the most significant scientific experiments in history – the so-called “Philadelphia Experiment.” The goal was to make ships invisible to radar, but the result exceeded all expectations. Placed in a powerful electromagnetic field, the U.S. Navy destroyer “Eldridge” disappeared not only from the screens but also from our reality. The ship materialized once again hundreds of miles from Philadelphia at the military base in Norfolk, Virginia with a crazed crew on board.
Just before his death, Nikola Tesla was working with another genius, Albert Einstein on a project for the United States Navy at the Philadelphia Naval Yard where they were trying to create an electromagnetically charged invisibility cloak for the USS Eldridge. The experiment was allegedly based on an aspect of the unified field theory, a term coined by Albert Einstein. The Unified Field Theory aims to describe mathematically and physically the interrelated nature of the forces that comprise electromagnetic radiation and gravity, although, to date, no single theory has successfully expressed these relationships in viable mathematical or physical terms.
All records of the tragedy have been kept secret, but there was a rumour linking the experiment with the great inventor Nikola Tesla, who supposedly made all the necessary calculations and drawings and provided generators that were used for the teleportation of the “Eldridge.”
Tesla wanted a type of ‘Zero Point’ wristband for the sailors on board the Eldridge to ground them during the Experiment. Without the wristbands, they could be floating; lost in space and time or in total disorientation. The government did not want to spend extra money on the wristbands. Tesla left.
‘After Tesla left the Project, Dr John von Neumann took over.’ [John von Neumann was a Hungarian-born American pure and applied mathematician. He made major contributions in fields of mathematics, functional analysis, physics, quantum mechanics, economics (game theory), computer sciences, self-replicating machines, and statistics. He was a principal member of the Manhattan Project].
Tesla had not lived to witness the disaster, and shortly after his death, the FBI confiscated his entire archive. More rumours circulated which indicated that the scientist’s death was no accident and that he had been warned of the danger in arguing with Einstein, ordered to desist from experiments on human beings and, finally, forced to silence…