Tesla: The Forgotten Mysteries

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posted on Jul, 15 2009 @ 10:22 PM
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ignition coil


Too powerful for the Model T and Henry Ford took it out.
It resurfaced with the water fuel people.
No wonder the government paid him no never mind.
Agents know the power of the Tesla coil and will not go near his technology.
It might power with air.
It might have powered the iron stove Tesla said he would fly in.




posted on Jul, 15 2009 @ 10:31 PM
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Tesla type tower around same area as Oblast' +55 55' 26.15", +36 49' 10.97"
that Zorgon posted. Very interesting place there Zorgon.



posted on Jul, 15 2009 @ 10:33 PM
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The Tesla coil was one of the great inventions gathering electricity from thin air.

We need to look at Teslas inventions



posted on Jul, 15 2009 @ 10:39 PM
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The present day electrical power watt hour meter is still a matter controversy
and may be a patented Tesla invention so he could build his ac power
system so JP Morgan could make power bills.

Electrical Engineering says the aluminum disk that resists magnetization
and is forced to rotate in opposition from a standard field and the house
field to clock in the power used.

Conspiracy wise the meter is a power generator using the Earth's magnitic
field.

GE needed Steinmets to explain the AC 3 phase power system.
No one has explained why Tesla's wireless power is loss less.
So here it is. The alternating power phases are 180 degrees
from each other giving a power factor of zero.

Your power meter perhaps gives .6 pf for 60% of the power supplied
is in house resistance.



posted on Jul, 15 2009 @ 10:42 PM
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Originally posted by uswgo
The Tesla coil was one of the great inventions gathering electricity from thin air.

We need to look at Teslas inventions


More than air, the ether is broken by disruptive sparks.
Every spark raised the coil voltage.
That is why Tesla continued to use the spark gap.
To get ether force its the only way.



posted on Jul, 15 2009 @ 10:45 PM
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55°55'3.29"N 36°49'22.73"E

Very Interesting to note also that at above coordinates there is a dome with antennas and another coil substation behind it.



Here is a russian website about the actual complex:
Russian

Translated

Cascade of transformers (kt) on 3 mV with the commutation prefix
kaskad
It will ensure:
Total volume of the high-voltage tests by alternating voltage and by the commutation pulses of electrical equipment of ultrahigh stresses, and also experiment of the partial discharges in the long air gaps.
For the first time in the world in the continuous duty is obtained the value of alternating voltage 3 mV. The amplitude of commutation pulse 4 mV is achieved. With the tests at alternating voltage 3 mV are fixed the discharges by the length of 50 meters, by commutation pulse - 80 meters.
Fundamental technical characteristics kt -3 mV
Testing voltage, mV 0-33
Current of load, A 4
Plant capacity, mVA 12
Voltage of supply, kV 10


High-voltage test benches VNITs [VEI]
They include:

* Only in the world complex open [ultravysokovoltnyy] test bench consisting of:
o Cascade of transformers (kt) on 3 mV with the commutation prefix
o Generator of the surge voltages (GIN) of 9 mV
o Installations of constant stress ([UPN]) of 2,25 mV
* Universal complex for testing and investigating the objects of technology for the resistance to the action of pulse electromagnetic pour on the natural and artificial origin
* Complex for conducting the tests of high-voltage vacuum-tube instruments and devices on their basis


Source


Strange stuff.

Also found out the installation close to Russian city of Istra (50 km from Moscow)

Here is a website with more photos and information:
Link





[edit on 15-7-2009 by WhiteWash]



posted on Jul, 15 2009 @ 10:49 PM
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All we actually know of Tesla's UFO (pft download or HTML view)

Any thing else is speculation.
However I invite you to review the 4 death ray parts.



posted on Jul, 15 2009 @ 11:10 PM
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Apparently the person "Master" aka "Master-z-great" who took the original photos of the tesla coils in the russian forest also conducts his own tesla experiments the pics are pretty interesting:

Link



posted on Jul, 15 2009 @ 11:10 PM
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World 'air' power will never be done.
Unless you see another Tesla tower on long island.
It was to power the Tesla craft now the UFO.
Tesla gave the government many plans over the years.
They knew what he would do and build.
We can't have everyone in the world levitating and flying
anywhere they want.
With all the internal power they need, all that needs to be done now
is to have government or cartel or CFR/TC or the agents of the like
to deny the UFO and the way it works.



posted on Jul, 15 2009 @ 11:50 PM
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It's late so I don't have time to read the entire thread tonight. I just want to say thanks for this thread, the wealth of information it holds, videos and pics. I will return tomorrow to catch up.



posted on Jul, 16 2009 @ 12:16 AM
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Tesla Coil Music

No speakers




Tesla Coils Play Popcorn at Penguicon 2008



Ghostbusters on the Giant Singing Tesla Coils



ArcAttack - Awesome Tesla Coil Concert



Arcattack: Faraday Fun- Imperial March



ArcAttack - Back to the Future theme




posted on Jul, 16 2009 @ 12:23 AM
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BIGGG TESLA COIL OF OKLAHOMA



Biggg Coil July 4th




SIBNIIE the 7 Megavolt Marx Generator



Tesla cage of death




posted on Jul, 16 2009 @ 12:36 AM
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Originally posted by TeslaandLyne
Too powerful for the Model T and Henry Ford took it out.


I still have four of them. They were still available from Ford in Toronto




Part 1
www.funprojects.com...

Part 2
www.funprojects.com...

Part 3
www.funprojects.com...


www.mtfca.com...



posted on Jul, 16 2009 @ 12:44 AM
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15,000 volt NST Jacobs Ladder - HIGH VOLTAGE !



9kv 30ma NST Jacobs Ladder



Jacob's Ladder: 500kV Switch Opening




posted on Jul, 16 2009 @ 01:41 AM
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zorgon you are absolutely amazing. i would take 5 years off of my life and give them to you for the ArcAttack videos.


has anyone here ever tried to recreate some of tesla's inventions?

preferably his more obscure/destructive ones?



posted on Jul, 16 2009 @ 10:02 AM
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I know Tesla mostly from his autobiographical articles published in Electrical Experimenter magazine, which I found free on the internet.

He was never mentioned in science classes when I went to school (late 1960's).

I think the following are some of the most significant points about him:

1) He was essentially an engineer and took an engineering viewpoint. This is a very non-dogmatic viewpoint. It emphasizes workability over theory.

2) He was definitely not a part on the new technocracy that was emerging during his lifetime. This technocracy was powered by American ingenuity and European financial families. It is basically what we know today as the "New World Order." Their big plan of the early 1900's was the League of Nations, which they successfully implemented and later turned into the United Nations with the help of Nelson Rockefeller. Tesla had spoken out publicly on the League of Nations, agreeing with those who thought it would only lead to another war (which it did). There are several other anecdotes concerning Tesla and the technocracy that also point out his unwillingness to play their game.

3) Being an engineer, and college-educated, he also did not go along with the various "spiritual" movements that were happening at the time. I believe these were related to the availability of translations of Asian literature. But I see him as quite a spiritual person. He had several experiences which severely tested his will to stay alive. And during several bouts with disease (when he was younger) he experienced premonitions, extended hearing, and similar phenomena. He was a firm believer in the power of the mind and stated that he used it to train himself to stay rational under strain and to maintain healthy habits.

4) He used "simulations" to test his ideas. He used his own mind as his "computer." He stated that he thought it was a waste of time to build and test real prototypes when it was perfectly possible to do so mentally.

5) He realized that his discoveries had both peaceful and military uses but hoped that they would ultimately serve the cause of peace. He believed that the ultimate solution to war was to put the planetary populace in such good communication with each other that they would all come to see each other as friends, thus making war impossible. (Note that war mongers have always used arguments of "security" as excuses to CUT communication lines between people.)

So, yes, I see him as a great man. However, we should keep in mind that his ideas and technologies did not totally win out. Therefore, those who wish to make his work successful must realize that there are understandings and technologies beyond those that he was aware of that are necessary for a group advancing both his technologies and his values to survive and prosper.



posted on Jul, 17 2009 @ 03:39 PM
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Originally posted by ELECTRICkoolaidZOMBIEtest
zorgon you are absolutely amazing. i would take 5 years off of my life and give them to you for the ArcAttack videos.


has anyone here ever tried to recreate some of tesla's inventions?

preferably his more obscure/destructive ones?


Slice a ball bearing in half an attach the good half sphere to the
center of a flat coil.
Or the top of the big cylinder coil or the extra coil on top.
Thats the death beam. (The idea here is a focusing terminal
for the AC lightning.)

A globe on top gives electrostatic wireless loss less energy transmission
easily picked up by the flat coil for power.

Enclose even a small 5kv cone coil in a metal enclosure can and
see what happens. Perhaps some propelling.

ED: Read his 1892 Experiments report for a good start on Tesla
thoughts.


[edit on 7/17/2009 by TeslaandLyne]



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 10:18 PM
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Nice Tesla coils.
I wonder why no one ever put one in a old iron stove to fly
like Tesla said he would.
I can not locate what in Colorado Springs, unless all has not
been told us, experiments would make Tesla think flight in a heavy
iron stove was possible.
Only one entry on bulbs was mentioned with the bulb (a one terminal
type solid metal) surrounded by an enclosure with a note "observer can
step inside".

See quotes of Tesla in a download link (with the pdf target) in my signature.
In 1934 the so called "Death Ray" four equipments were told to the press.
These were the beam focusing bulb, the high energy flat coil that can
multiply the outer loop voltage with each central turn thus 1000 x
can be applied to a bulb attached in the center, the power is from the
disruptive coils and the force is on the vehicle containing the equipment.

This is newly deciphered information by myself.



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 03:13 PM
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As soon as I got done reading this thread I went to check some other news sites and I thought it was funny the first thing I saw was a link for the military going to put into product the "pain ray" in 2010. Was just ironic since I got done reading about Tesla and the Death Ray etc.
Military Ray Gun Makes People Feel Like They're on Fire

A toned down death ray!



posted on Jul, 25 2009 @ 03:22 PM
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Originally posted by TeslaandLyne
I wonder why no one ever put one in a old iron stove to fly
like Tesla said he would.


Because someone flying an old iron stove these days would be considered a crack pot, whether it worked or not



This is newly deciphered information by myself.


So when are you going to use your Tesla knowledge and build us something useful so you can get rich and build a Tesla house?

[edit on 25-7-2009 by zorgon]





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