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posted on Apr, 20 2007 @ 01:34 PM
Radio is interesting and still not much is known why electrical oscillations
take off into the air.

A certain voltage and frequency is needed. In the ol' days you needed the
grounding to the crystal set to get a strong signal and still perhaps for
good transmission.

Bearden in a video explained the longitudinal wave generation with
guitar strings that wave sinusoidal but the ends vibrate the instrument.

I wanted to read up on Tesla's experiments and see some of them.
If they were not too big, there is a book based on his demonstration
aslo at this web site:


Now if you see those diagrams, they don't appear too big.
In his autobiography, his first oscillator coil is pictured and said it produced
two square feet of streamers for an 8 inch coil.

Some of those others I would like to see or read about.
You can read the book at

Project Gutenberg had
an online text without the illustrations.

The hardcover book at amazon I sent back due to no illustrations.

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posted on Apr, 20 2007 @ 02:01 PM
Only one thing to say.......



posted on Apr, 20 2007 @ 04:16 PM
What about HAARP?

Yes, it has to do with electromagnetic oscillations, but you're just going to post a title of one of thousands of technologies, and leave?

Please don't sidetrack the thread.

Anyhow, Tesla in my oppinion was an absolute genius, he's my idol. He's given me everything, from my ability to work in robotics, to everything we currently use in our day to day lives making them more enjoyable.

What I would give to be able to go back and meet the man. I'd have to say, if it were possible to traverse through time, just once, he would be the man I would want to visit. Einstein, though intelligent, was purely theoretical. Tesla, the first electro-mechanical engineer, performed all of his own experiments... a trait that even today, we still see. Roboticists are some of the few engineers who perform their own experiments and prototyping. A trait not often found in other fields of engineering.

posted on Jul, 24 2007 @ 12:16 PM
There is a lot about Tesla in Lyne's books and in his YOUTUBE video

Lyne has found out more about Tesla than any regular non Security Clearance individual in the past 60 years and
for the last 100+ that was used by spies and financial institutions.

Don't find comments or slander amusing with regard to Tesla because they as baseless.
See Part6 Lyne goes into the slander because Tesla's work was hot hot hot and diverting attention
is part of the job.

If you can understand at all the conspiracy behind the technology you will find more.
I sometimes link to a web page of Tesla's EXPERIMENTS but basically he demonstrated Jacob's Ladder effects
(see them at YouTube) and one wire aether lamps. Those are constant plasma flows and required for anti gravity
or for the electrical force against gravity. DC plasma pulse will provide velocity in the horizontal direction.
This is what Lyne is talking about and only he is allowed because of National Security leaks found by him accidentally.

See Part5 for how American technology was given, stolen by spies or traitors , to foreign countries.
America should initiate a technology containment policy and wipe the slate clean.

See Part1,Part2 and Part3 for atomic gases release energy, work in electrical devices, require hight electric fileds
to activate. However a physics or electrical engineering degree might help just to get started and actual research
if clarity or documentation is needed.

See Part4 for momentum, mass times velocity, that is imparted on a object by electrical forces, ten to the fortieth power
greater than gravity. And the 1943 remote navigator that was still confidential as Sandia Based workers sought to sell
off items on the side. The next time they did it they got caught.

See Part7, Part8 and Part9 for a sum up on saucers and and hopw ther work, who was involved, and where they might be:
SWITZERLAND just like a James Bond Movie.

posted on Aug, 5 2007 @ 04:06 PM
I was just looking for an oppinion. Does any one think tesla had help from anywhere on his inventions, ideas, or that he in fact devised all his ideas and inventions by merit of his own itelect?

posted on Aug, 6 2007 @ 11:03 AM
I find it very strange that not many people know about Tesla. I mean, honestly I never heard of him till I read about him in on ATS.

posted on Aug, 11 2007 @ 01:18 PM
Tesla's ideas came from his understand Maxwell's Equations and the
electrical nature of the atomic gases from University studies and
workings of a/c which was developing in Europe at the time.

Other than books about Tesla's life, no other source gets as close to
being technical as Lyne's material, at least that I can understand.
To Edison the steady current had a magnetic field encircling the
conductor or wire. To Tesla the a/c had an electric field going straight
out into the air, aether, whatever.

Here is a very good book, some of it online:

He led a very interesting life, well documented except for what was in his
lab. There is where the energy gold was and may have had a technology
transfer to a developing country like Germany as conspiracy theories

Just don't see any news casts or early movies with Tesla in them, perhaps
confiscated with his lab by the FBI, they knew what they were doing.
Can't play dumb forever. Forever dumb.. forever young.

Guess Edison had something to do with no movies of Tesla after
Tesla make Edison broke.

The Margret Cheney book on Tesla had accurate documentation on
some of what Tesla did in his lab, books after that have no clue and
even mislead according to researching earlier news stories.
(M. Cheney, Tesla: Man out of Time. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1981.)

Tesla is a fun topic and seems to be at the center of some conspiracy
theories. At least he has one all to himself, plenty of books about Tesla
might match books the number on ETs and UFOs now.

posted on Aug, 12 2007 @ 01:04 AM

Originally posted by jaydelay
I find it very strange that not many people know about Tesla. I mean, honestly I never heard of him till I read about him in on ATS.

I know eh, I had the same thing, didnt know who he was till I came here. When ever I mention Tesla to someone they are just like: "Ha, Who is he?".


posted on Aug, 15 2007 @ 10:27 AM
I don't know when it started.

Perhaps some books in 1993 may have had something to do with it.

Looking at publishing dates for books on amazon for Tesla or UFOs or
Tesla and UFOs might be plentiful into the year 2000.

I know 2006 had many UFO photos and videos show up on the net,
but before that the Tesla topic was evident as I joined various forums.

Tesla became a center of a conspiracy as his lab was burned at one
time before 1900 and his devices and processes showed up in Europe
and even patented. In the 30s Tesla is suspected of selling or helping
Germany with technology. He had German newspapers delivered an
and was perhaps caught up with fanciful space travel ideas of that time.
Upon his death the FBI sent his lab and documents to an Air Force Base
in Ohio which has denied ever receiving any thing belonging to Tesla.

Suspicions of an electrical source for UFO propulsion has set Tesla
in the for front of the counter Alien suppositions as well as the
ignorance of energy from atomic gases.

posted on Nov, 7 2007 @ 09:24 PM
reply to post by quaneeri

As far as i know, the energy tesla had been referring to was one of a wireless variety. Basically, the rumors say he was discovering how to eliminate wires in the electrical process, and use air instead. He was also trying to figure out how to gather power from the air

Basically, no wires, free power. Brilliant, but not what many big companies wanted to hear. There may be reasons his research is hidden from the public.

the man was a genius. We're talkin better than einstien

posted on Nov, 7 2007 @ 09:52 PM
eh, tesla was a bad 80's hair band with one radio hit


I'm getting into tesla now, mostly from the movie the prestige. I read about him maybe 15 years ago, but I never got "the bug" so to speak.

Is it just a rumor that he was working on free energy for the world by harnassing the earth's gravity just before he died ?


posted on Nov, 7 2007 @ 09:55 PM
I am quite certain my readings and research on Tesla is woefully inadequate compared to others on this site. Most memorable to me was Rockefeller pulling his financial backing of Tesla after hearing of his wireless energy plans. It involved the 'aether' of space, and magnetic waylines. I believe the Egyptians had this tech as did that little bitty Lithuanian that built Coral Castle. Just my two largely uneducumated cow cookies. I love the story of the Niagra power plant that had to send a runner to Tesla's research site to shut him down. Because his electrical draw was causing the copper core to melt out. He was also very big into vibrational experiments. A small device that hammered out taps on a structure lore had it could bring it down. I believe that somehow plays into his theorems.

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posted on Nov, 7 2007 @ 10:05 PM
this made the the hairs on the back of my neck go up ! I ahve no idea if this is accurate, but check this out;

external link

In 1907 and 1908, Tesla wrote about the destructive effects of his energy transmitter. His Wardenclyffe facility was much larger than the Colorado Springs device that destroyed the power station's generator. Then, in 1915, he stated bluntly:

It is perfectly practical to transmit electrical energy without wires and produce destructive effects at a distance. I have already constructed a wireless transmitter which makes this possible. ... But when unavoidable [it] may be used to destroy property and life. The art is already so far developed that the great destructive effects can be produced at any point on the globe, defined beforehand with great accuracy (emphasis added).(30)

He seems to confess to such a test having taken place before 1915, and, though the evidence is circumstantial, Tesla had the motive and the means to cause the Tunguska event. His transmitter could generate energy levels and frequencies capable of releasing the destructive force of 10 megatons, or more, of TNT. And the overlooked genius was desperate.

The nature of the Tunguska event, also, is consistent with what would happen during the sudden release of wireless power. No fiery object was reported in the skies at that time by professional or amateur astronomers as would be expected when a 200,000,000 pound object enters the atmosphere at tens of thousands miles an hour. Also, the first reporters, from the town of Tomsk, to reach the area judged the stories about a body falling from the sky was the result of the imagination of an impressionable people. He noted there was considerable noise coming from the explosion, but no stones fell. The absence of an impact crater can be explained by there having been no material body to impact. An explosion caused by broadcast power would not leave a crater.

posted on Nov, 7 2007 @ 10:20 PM
Having read up on Tanguska event rather extensively. I might add that survivors mentioned the sky 'glowing' days before, and after the event, so much so one could read a paper by. Said survivors also said the sky 'ripped' apart and a flaming phenom did become visual and indeed did change course in its trajectory. Of course this is 1918, eyewitness stories are most questionable, I do not rule out the possibility of a Tesla style experiement. Crafty how it would have been performed in one of the least populated areas of the world at the time. The massive destruction conveyed, hundreds of acres of timber blown down like toothpicks does indeed to this day tell of its, whatever it was, power. One thing many investigators can't figure, is the focal point area was largely untouched. An anomaly that today is still being studied.
edit, can't remember stuff, can't spell for stuff
I might proffer, that some have suggested this was somekind of 1) ufo event 2) A mini black hole 3) An anitmatter meteor
The whole changed course thing leads me to believe #1 the most.

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posted on Nov, 8 2007 @ 12:22 AM

is an anagrammatization of Tesla.

Originally posted by jaydelay
I find it very strange that not many people know about Tesla. I mean, honestly I never heard of him till I read about him in on ATS.

There's a good reason for that.

Tesla was a brilliant physicist.

Tesla was also a nut.

That combination appeals to many of the folk who frequent this board.

Tesla was nowhere near as great as Einstein. Some of his ideas, especially his later ones, seem to have been frankly insane. Certainly he was: he was explaining his theories to the pigeons that landed on his windowsill by the end.

On the whole, Tesla is more popular with pseudoscientists than he is with real ones. Of course, that's just the evil establishment closing ranks. Isn't it?

posted on Nov, 8 2007 @ 01:26 AM
I tend to agree with you Nasty, most unequivical accnts of Tesla's experiments are no more than brilliant lightning displays.

posted on May, 17 2008 @ 04:48 PM
MP3 on Tesla beams operating the UFO

Guess all those coils and beams were good for something.

If true, it is just more of what we do not know about Tesla.

How about the watt-hour meter on everyones house... are they
monopole generators? All those lights lit by a central Edison plant
and Niagra Falls.. sure I don't believe it.

Any one ever explain those things to us?

posted on May, 17 2008 @ 05:27 PM
I first started research on Tesla in the middle 60's when started playing with short wave and heard the infamous 'woodpecker' from Riga in the then Soviet Union. ELF generators where heard all over the shortwave spectrum back then. A neighbor who was a Lifer in our Conn. national guard, and a radio specialist, is the one who told me about ELF and Tesla. Books and articles about him other than in Government publications where rare back then. HARRP is a dirivative ,if not actual, work of Tesla.

posted on May, 21 2008 @ 10:03 PM

12Hz will blast a hole big time.

Note lightning is 500kHz and a clue to his ac static circuits and
perhaps to his sparky UFOs.

Note the cannon with the solid aluminum hemisphere Tesla bulb ray
that requires a ring trigger. Used perhaps to beam off electrons from
the top of UFOs.

None of Tesla stuff makes sense as to his intended purpose and
500 of his patents were confiscated once the National Security
Act of 1947 gave permission... not enacted.. executive orders or
some such priority.

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 11:23 AM
Tesla's dry bath.

The Wonder World To Be Created By Electricity
Manufacturer's Record, Sept. 9 1915

Electrotherapy is another great field in which there are unlimited possibilities for electrical applications. High-frequency currents especially have a great future. The time will come when this form of electrical energy will be available in every private residence. I consider it quite possible that through their surface actions we may do away with the customary bath, as the cleaning of the body can be instantaneously effected simply by connecting it to a source of currents or electric energy of very high potential, which results in the throwing off of dust or any small particles adhering to the skin. Such a dry bath, besides being convenient and time-saving, would also be of beneficial therapeutic influence.

Always promoting his AC STATIC inventions.. yet nothing has been
released by the government so far.

The government holds all the Tesla cards.

And what you think they have told us.. beam weapons and HAARP and
what not are pipe dreams they hold on to because Tesla knowledge is too

A dry bath... so dangerous.

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