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Did Tesla Reincarnate as Patrick Flanagan? C2C Show tonight

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posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 10:51 PM
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I just came across this and being a Tesla fan and a Coast to Coast fan, I thought it was at least interesting enough to present here. I have put it in this forum because of all the scientific accomplishments this man has created.

As to weather or not he is the reincarnation of Tesla? Well, Im not sure we could ever prove that one way or another, but it is interesting that some of the inventions that Flanagan pursued at a very young age were on par with Tesla.Not to mention he thought he was himself and mentioned it at a very young age. How many 7 years old would have a grasp of who Tesla was?

Some snips from the article:



At 8 years old he was building functioning Tesla coils.
When he was 9.5 years old in North Dakota, he built a 14 MHz Tesla coil, produced lightning bolts at 6 feet long, something Tesla couldn't have done because he didn't have the electronics we have today. When it was activated with just 100 Watts, it would peg the meters of his Ham radio friends half way across the globe, as if he had a 1 kW transmitter. The neighbors got upset because their mechanical alarm clocks would start going off, and they would get shocks from everything they touched. One neighbor went to brush his teeth, and he got shocked when the toothbrush was still 4 inches away. So Patrick had to shut the thing down and stop using it.


Two more snips:



At the age of 13 he invented the neurophone (which includes a Tesla coil) that by-passes the 8th cranial hearing nerve and transmits sound into long term memory centers of the brain through a "dormant" amphibian/reptillian hearing organ which was previously thought to be an organ of balance, the saccule.
At 14, for a school science fair, using spare parts left over from a ham radio, he invented an atomic missile detector capable of detecting atomic missiles within a 4,000 mile radius, which was picked up by the U.S. government.


You can find the full story and more of his accomplishments HERE ON THIS LINK

I for one will be tuning into the show. Perhaps there are other Coast to Coast fans that will find this show worth a listen as well.




posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 10:58 PM
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Well, even if he's not the reincarnation of Tesla, I'm awfully glad he's alive. I think genuises are gifts to the world, people who are born to help humans reach their next stage of enlightenment or evolution.

Here's another interesting story about reincarnation. It's a book called "Return of the Revolutionaries." This author believes that all of the founding fathers are alive today----reincarnated as the spiritual and political leaders of today. You can check it out at Amazon:

www.amazon.com...



posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 11:09 PM
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Originally posted by onehuman
At the age of 13 he invented the neurophone (which includes a Tesla coil) that by-passes the 8th cranial hearing nerve and transmits sound into long term memory centers of the brain through a "dormant" amphibian/reptillian hearing organ which was previously thought to be an organ of balance, the saccule.
At 14, for a school science fair, using spare parts left over from a ham radio, he invented an atomic missile detector capable of detecting atomic missiles within a 4,000 mile radius, which was picked up by the U.S. government.


But you left out the best parts!

The neurophone also balances the left and right hemispheres of the brain and increases IQ.


God, my hemispheres are so lopsided! They could sure use some balancing.


When he was 17, lecturing at the Mayo Clinic, a brain specialists asked him if he could measure his brain activity. The specialist said that his brain activity was identical to the Swami Rama who had meditated in a cave for 30 years.


Also nearly identical to a rock, or some grass. (I know, I talked to a specialists about it when I was 12 and interning at the NIH.)


Patrick's focus for the past three decades has been on studying, characterizing, stabilizing, and selling Hunza water, which has an alkalizing, energising and antioxidant effect.


I'm sure the "selling" focus is downplayed. I mean, it's not like he's not in it for the money or anything.


He pointed out that an objects ability to generate an arc is proportional to how sharp its point is. A basketball, for example, would take millions of volts to get an electrical discharge, whereas a 5 nm particle the size of these silica particles can generate a similar discharge. Or something along those lines.


Or something, whatever.


He sells a product called Crystal Energy (www.WetterWatter.net...) that you add to your water to give it these properties


Again, I'm sure the selling a product is totally tangential. Really, I'm sure this was only really mentioned in the article by accident.


The Chinese government was so impressed with Patrick's research in this area that last year (shortly after our Costa Rica conference) they honored him in the Great Hall of the People, where usually only government dignitaries lecture. It was the #1 story in Chinese news for three weeks.


He was also the first man to walk on the moon, and had won over seven Nobel prizes by the time he was 15. He also cured all diseases and is singlehandedly responsible for negotiating peace in the Middle East. Truly an amazing guy!

Also, here's a pic! It definitely proves he's the reincarnation of Tesla:



And you people wonder why I show up here specifically to mock you.



posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 11:12 PM
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He might not be interested in business but, by his picture, he sure seems interested in marketing.

Why C2C, with hulu and f2p ect, doesn't host freely online, I have no idea. ATS surely would have died before it even started if it was sub based.



posted on Jul, 10 2012 @ 11:55 PM
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I really miss Art Bell.

Nough said!



posted on Jul, 11 2012 @ 12:07 AM
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umm. i see dna research as tonights show



posted on Jul, 11 2012 @ 12:32 AM
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Originally posted by Moduli

Originally posted by onehuman
At the age of 13 he invented the neurophone (which includes a Tesla coil) that by-passes the 8th cranial hearing nerve and transmits sound into long term memory centers of the brain through a "dormant" amphibian/reptillian hearing organ which was previously thought to be an organ of balance, the saccule.
At 14, for a school science fair, using spare parts left over from a ham radio, he invented an atomic missile detector capable of detecting atomic missiles within a 4,000 mile radius, which was picked up by the U.S. government.


But you left out the best parts!

The neurophone also balances the left and right hemispheres of the brain and increases IQ.


God, my hemispheres are so lopsided! They could sure use some balancing.


When he was 17, lecturing at the Mayo Clinic, a brain specialists asked him if he could measure his brain activity. The specialist said that his brain activity was identical to the Swami Rama who had meditated in a cave for 30 years.


Also nearly identical to a rock, or some grass. (I know, I talked to a specialists about it when I was 12 and interning at the NIH.)


Patrick's focus for the past three decades has been on studying, characterizing, stabilizing, and selling Hunza water, which has an alkalizing, energising and antioxidant effect.


I'm sure the "selling" focus is downplayed. I mean, it's not like he's not in it for the money or anything.


He pointed out that an objects ability to generate an arc is proportional to how sharp its point is. A basketball, for example, would take millions of volts to get an electrical discharge, whereas a 5 nm particle the size of these silica particles can generate a similar discharge. Or something along those lines.


Or something, whatever.


He sells a product called Crystal Energy (www.WetterWatter.net...) that you add to your water to give it these properties


Again, I'm sure the selling a product is totally tangential. Really, I'm sure this was only really mentioned in the article by accident.


The Chinese government was so impressed with Patrick's research in this area that last year (shortly after our Costa Rica conference) they honored him in the Great Hall of the People, where usually only government dignitaries lecture. It was the #1 story in Chinese news for three weeks.


He was also the first man to walk on the moon, and had won over seven Nobel prizes by the time he was 15. He also cured all diseases and is singlehandedly responsible for negotiating peace in the Middle East. Truly an amazing guy!

Also, here's a pic! It definitely proves he's the reincarnation of Tesla:



And you people wonder why I show up here specifically to mock you.



Further proving my longstanding claim which seems to be a fundamental law of the Universe at this point.

"There is AWAYS one in EVERY thread and usually within the first few posts but ALWAYS on the first page".

Thanks for being that ONE.


Do A-holes ever get tired of being A-holes?
Why not change it up every once in a while and wait till the second page?
Why is it ALWAYS within the first few posts?!?!?

WHY!?!?!?

AGHHHHHH!

So predictable.



posted on Jul, 11 2012 @ 08:15 AM
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I'm assuming this is OP's source? Source


He has the same sort of prolific inventive ability.


Ignoring the glaring lack of evidence for his so-called "prolific inventing ability", how is this in any way "evidence" for him being the "Tesla reincarnation"? Tesla actually contributed to science, he even has a unit of measurement named after him. What is the evidence for this person's "prolific" inventions?


He has sent me copies of documents (news stories, awards) that corroborate many of his accomplishment, assignments and collaboration claims.


Oh well, that seals it then, I guess



He was born just over a year after Tesla died.


...along with millions of other people.


He said that when he was a baby, he remembered everything from his previous lifetime, and he remembers thinking: "Oh God, I have to regrow this body before I can get going again." "I remember great details of Nikola Tesla's life. I don't talk about it much any more."

When he was seven years old, out of the blue, he told his mom that he had been Nikola Tesla in his previous life. She said, "whose that", not knowing who Tesla was.


This is not evidence. Only a closed minded fool would take this guy at his word.


His inventions come to him in dreams, and if he doesn't get them right, they come to him in visions, sometimes lasting 5 sesconds, which give details such as circuit diagrams, part numbers needed, to get it working.


And...?


When I asked him if he recalled lifetimes prior to the lifetime as Tesla, he said that for seven lifetimes he was a Tibetan monk. That is where he gained the ability to have the visions that guided his inventive capability.

Wow, I didn't realise this guy's case was so water tight



At 8 years old he was building functioning Tesla coils.

When he was 9.5 years old in North Dakota, he built a 14 MHz Tesla coil, produced lightning bolts at 6 feet long, something Tesla couldn't have done because he didn't have the electronics we have today. When it was activated with just 100 Watts, it would peg the meters of his Ham radio friends half way across the globe, as if he had a 1 kW transmitter. The neighbors got upset because their mechanical alarm clocks would start going off, and they would get shocks from everything they touched. One neighbor went to brush his teeth, and he got shocked when the toothbrush was still 4 inches away. So Patrick had to shut the thing down and stop using it.

No evidence provided, but even then... and?


At the age of 13 he invented the neurophone (which includes a Tesla coil) that by-passes the 8th cranial hearing nerve and transmits sound into long term memory centers of the brain through a "dormant" amphibian/reptillian hearing organ which was previously thought to be an organ of balance, the saccule.

More unsubstantiated nonsense.


At 14, for a school science fair, using spare parts left over from a ham radio, he invented an atomic missile detector capable of detecting atomic missiles within a 4,000 mile radius, which was picked up by the U.S. government.

More fantastic claims, no evidence provided.


At the age of 17, he had received all radio/antennae related licenses attainable. In May of 1962, Life magazine called him a "unique, mature and inquisitive scientist".

Not credible evidence but, even if true, so what? He may have been a smart kid but a journalist parroting his claims is not credible.


His personality is similar to Tesla's: motivated not by money but by a desire to help the planet. He is a proponent of peace, not war. He believes in benevolent extraterrestrial intervention upon our proving ourselves to be peaceful.

His statement in our interview, saying "I'm not a businessman. Never have been a business man." is parallel to Tesla, too.

Hardly unique character traits.


His "distillation" of what Tesla's latter work is all about -- longitudinal waves -- coincides with Karl Palsness' synopsis.

He met Ralph Bergstresser who was present when Tesla's papers were confiscated by the FBI and reviewed after Tesla's death. Patrick told Ralph that he was Tesla in his previous life. Ralph asked him to tell him what he knew about the "Particle Beam project". Patrick drew a diagram, and Ralph said, "I haven't seen that since I reviewed Tesla's papers, and I've never seen it anywhere else."

When I asked him what he thought about how the black ops had absconded with most of his technologies and used them for militaristic purposes, not peaceful; with tears, he replied, "That is why I've only shared 1% of what I know in this life."

Aaaaand we're back to unsubstantiated nonsense.

I've run out of characters but you get the gist. If anyone believes this nonsense they deserved to be fleeced by snake oil salesmen.



posted on Jul, 11 2012 @ 06:22 PM
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Well, I guess that about wraps it up then doesn't it?
YOU say it is BS and it becomes so.
Effectively shutting down any and all further discussion on the matter and making anyone who would want to discuss it, the subject of your ridicule.

The manner in which you so effectively and scientifically debunked this man's claims is unparalleled.
You leave no doubt in anyones mind that this man is undoubtedly a fraud, out to con us all out of........something im sure.

Thank you so much for your contribution.
I'm not sure what ATS would do without you at this point.
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posted on Jul, 11 2012 @ 07:17 PM
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There is no evidence for any of his claims. This doesn't even belong in the Science forum. You would have to be very dim to believe these claims and take what he says at face value.
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posted on Jul, 12 2012 @ 10:12 PM
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I really miss Art Bell, too. I used to be a big coast to coast fan but I haven't been able to listen for years. I try and try to like George, but I just can't do it. He seems like a nice enough guy, but he's no Art Bell when it comes to interviewing.

As for our subject, Patrick Flanagan, I have no clue who he is. But if he's a legitimate inventor or scientist, why is he on coast to coast? The few times I've listened in lately, it's just people trying to sell books.



posted on Jul, 12 2012 @ 10:35 PM
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Thanks for posting this. The interview is really good, I hope others get to hear it.



posted on Jul, 12 2012 @ 11:32 PM
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Somethings fishy here.

If anyone has the brain the size of Tesla's and emulates Tesla and he hasn't made headlines to the point where he has tried to give the world free energy yet and pissed off the US Government then it can't be true.

So.. what's he working on now? Better question.. Who's he working for... ?



posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 10:53 AM
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Originally posted by JohnPhoenix
Who's he working for... ?


Himself


Link courtesy of OccamsRazor: www.phisciences.com...

Snake oil is a lucrative business indeed.



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