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June 2017


Since boyhood, Tesla knew he was different and since he could find no companions who shared his ability to see things with his mind, he isolated himself.

"During my boyhood I had suffered from a peculiar affliction due to the appearance of images, which were often accompanied by strong flashes of light…. Then I began to take mental excursions beyond the small world of my actual knowledge. Day and night, in imagination, I went on journeys—saw new places, cities, countries, and all the time I tried hard to make these imaginary things very sharp and clear in my mind.

Tesla's visions were so vivid that he was sometimes unsure of what was real and what imaginary. He would wave his hand in front of his eyes to determine whether the objects he saw were in his mind or outside. "Even though I reached out and passed my hand through it, the image would remain fixed in space."

At an early age, he created an “imaginary world” where he pretended to live. At night, when alone, he would start out on a journey, visiting new places, cities and countries. He would imagine living there, meeting people, making acquaintances and friendship. In his autobiography, “My Inventions,” he wrote “……however unbelievably it is a fact that they were just as dear and just as intense to me as people in real life.” He used to practice these mind journeys until he was seventeen, at which age he began to create inventions.

As an adult he said he would imagine himself as a time traveler in the future and observe what devices and machines they had. He noted how they created energy, how they communicated and lived. He imagined them to be alive and real. He would conduct imaginary experiments and collect data. In one of his travels, he described people reading the household’s daily newspaper which was printed wirelessly in the home during the night. Incredibly, he imagined the internet years before the computer was invented.

” … practically all his life he experienced a peculiar reaction when breathing deeply. When he breathed deeply he was overcome by a feeling of lightness, as if his body had lost all weight; and he should, he concluded, be able to fly through the air merely by his will to do so. He did not learn, in boyhood, that he was unusual in this respect. He worried that he was suffering from some sort of madness when his visions would appear but came to realize that it was a gift.

“A strange power permitted him to perform unusual feats in mathematics. He possessed it from early boyhood, but had considered it a nuisance and tried to be rid of it because it seemed beyond his control.

“If he thought of an object it would appear before him exhibiting the appearance of solidity and massiveness. So greatly did these visions possess the attributes of actual objects that it was usually difficult for him to distinguish between vision and reality. This abnormal faculty functioned in a very useful fashion in his school work with mathematics.

“If he was given a problem in arithmetic or algebra, it was immaterial to him whether he went to the blackboard to work it out or whether he remained in his seat. His strange faculty permitted him to see a visioned blackboard on which the problem was written, and there appeared on this blackboard all of the operations and symbols required in working out the solution. Each step appeared much more rapidly than he could work it out by hand on the actual slate. As a result, he could give the solution almost as quickly as the whole problem was stated.

“Tesla’s powers of memorizing were prodigious. A quick reading of a page gave him a permanent record of it; he could always recall before his eyes a photographic record of it to be read, and could study at his convenience. Study, for Tesla, was a far different process than for the average person. He had no need for a reference library; he could consult in his mind any page of any textbook he had read, and formula, equation, or item in a table of logarithms would flash before his eyes. He could recite scores of books, complete from memory. The saving in time which this made possible in research work was tremendous.

His imagination let him see projects of his inventions with perfect precision with his “inner eye.” He didn’t need to draw or write anything, and was able to develop any invention in his imagination from scratch to complete machine. He used to envision a project of machine, put it into motion, leave it for some time, and only come back to it later to check if it’s working properly. If not, he would make corrections and again leave machines running inside his imaginary laboratory. His capacity for this was so developed that the results he got in his mind were incredibly accurate. This was verified when it came to building prototypes for the new machine.

“Before I put a sketch on paper, the whole idea is worked out mentally. In my mind I change the construction, make improvements, and even operate the device. Without ever having drawn a sketch I can give the measurements of all parts to workmen, and when completed all these parts will fit, just as certainly as though I had made the actual drawings. It is immaterial to me whether I run my machine in my mind or test it in my shop.

“The inventions I have conceived in this way have always worked. In thirty years there has not been a single exception. My first electric motor, the vacuum tube wireless light, my turbine engine and many other devices have all been developed in exactly this way.”




In 1908 a mysterious and still unexplained explosion in Russia known as the Tunguska Event occurred that was 1,000 times more powerful than the atomic bomb. At the time, Tesla was working on an earthquake machine and a death ray, a particle beam that he claimed could shoot down “10,000 enemy planes at a distance of 200 miles.” He wrote the President that his death ray caused the explosion in Russia because of some miscalculation in his formula. He also said that the destructive force was so much more powerful than he expected that he was discontinuing his work on it. He literally believed his invention could split the earth in two.

It is undisputed that many of Tesla’s inventions and discoveries were developed far after his death and are still being developed and expanded upon today. The day after his death, all his records, journals, notes and equipment of every office and lab where he worked and hotel where he lived were removed by the FBI and are still classified top secret. 

Tesla’s experiments on transmitting power from a distance led to what is known as the HAARP project. HAARP sends controlled and tuned bursts or streams of high frequency (HF) radio energy at earth’s ionosphere. The enormous amount of energy added to the ionosphere creates a tuned vibration which then is directed around the globe on jet-streams. Where ever this enormous vibration ends up, it creates extremely low frequency (ELF) waves which travel down to the earth. (It can also send down LF, HF, VHF, UHF). Using this method, HAARP is capable of extremely deep earth tomography: basically “x-raying” the earth. That much is not controversial. Theoretically, if it is tuned to resonate with the geological features of a fault line, it will cause a violent vibration which will then cause the fault to give way. This, theoretically, means we may have the ability to target and time earthquakes around the world.


"Imagination is everything. It is the preview to life's coming attractions." Albert Einstein

"Imagination is more important than knowledge." Albert Einstein

"The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence." Nikola Tesla

"Can anyone doubt to-day that all the millions of individuals and all the innumerable types and characters constitute an entity, a unit? Though free to think and act, we are held together, like the stars in the firmament, with ties inseparable." Nikola Tesla

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