Mar 2, 2017 by

Nikola Tesla, the father of radio, television, power transmission, the induction motor, the robot and the cosmic ray, was an inventor who had the knowledge that could have revolutionized the way we live today. His revolutionary discoveries in science and technology were only partly accepted, as many of them had the power to overthrow the global elite, even though they were intended for the greatest benefit of humanity.

Until recently, the ideas announced by Tesla were only known through anecdotes or rumors and some still remain that way. However, with the Freedom of Information Act, the FBI released many documents related to Tesla’s revolutionary ideas which were never funded and which could have drastically changed the world for the better.

  1. Death Ray

 One of the notable inventions that were reportedly perfected by Tesla was the “Teleforce”, or a beam of energy that had the ability to disable any land or aerial war craft for the purpose of defense. Tesla said: “…once it is established it will he possible to destroy anything, men or machines, approaching within a radius of 200 miles. It will, so to speak, provide a wall of power offering an insuperable obstacle against any effective aggression.”

His idea behind this lied in his philosophy that war could be stopped by means of making every country powerful enough to defend itself.

You can read some of the letters and articles connected to this invention in the FBI Records.

We have taken some excerpts of the documents published in these records for your convenience and you can read about them below:

  1. Earthquake Oscillator

Although it has not been mentioned in any official documents, Tesla has claimed that he had created a small oscillating device that when attached to his office and operating nearly shook down the building and everything around it. Being aware of its destructive ability, Tesla allegedly took a hammer and destroyed the device.

Tesla was well known for his knowledge of harnessing the various frequencies present on Earth and beyond, so this invention comes to no big surprise.

  1. Free Wireless Electricity

 One of the most famous inventions that the world never got to enjoy was definitely Tesla’s idea of sustainable, free and WIRELESS electricity. His plan almost succeeded with the first steps already accomplished by building the Wardenclyffe Tower.

The idea was that Earth could be used as an electricity conductor and every person could receive free electricity by sticking a rode in the ground.

This meant that the energy industry would have ceased to exist the way it did, and the calculated losses in profit had the elite resign from funding this marvel for the sake of their own financial gains.

 “Power can be, and at no distant date will be, transmitted without wires, for all commercial uses, such as the lighting of homes and the driving of aeroplanes. I have discovered the essential principles, and it only remains to develop them commercially. When this is done, you will be able to go anywhere in the world — to the mountain top overlooking your farm, to the arctic, or to the desert — and set up a little equipment that will give you heat to cook with, and light to read by. This equipment will be carried in a satchel not as big as the ordinary suit case. In years to come wireless lights will be as common on the farms as ordinary electric lights are nowadays in our cities.”
Nikola Tesla

  1. The Flying Machine

Can you imagine an anti gravity, wingless and no-propeller flying machine that uses clean sources of energy at no cost? Well Tesla did – and he already had the idea worked out.

“My flying machine will have neither wings nor propellers. You might see it on the ground and you would never guess that it was a flying machine. Yet it will be able to move at will through the air in any direction with perfect safety, higher speeds than have yet been reached, regardless of weather and oblivious of —holes in the air— or downward currents.

It will ascend in such currents if desired. It can remain absolutely stationary in the air, even in a wind, for great length of time. Its lifting power will not depend upon any such delicate devices as the bird has to employ, but upon positive mechanical action.” said Tesla for the New York Herald in 1911.

Was he talking about a flying saucer? Where are the schematics now?

  1. Improved Electrically Powered Airships

Tesla also managed to work out his idea of electrically-powered airships that could transport passengers from one place to another in a very short time, flying eight miles above the ground.

The real improvement comes with Tesla’s idea for the airships to be able to draw power from the atmosphere itself – without the need for ever stopping for a refuel! He also introduced the idea of unmanned airships being able to transport passengers to a predestined location or for a remote aerial strike.

This invention could have drastically reduced the air pollution from airplanes as we know them and the high amounts of fuel needed for the same to fly.

 “If the genius of invention were to reveal to-morrow the secret of immortality, of eternal beauty and youth, for which all humanity is aching, the same inexorable agents which prevent a mass from changing suddenly its velocity would likewise resist the force of the new knowledge until time gradually modifies human thought.”
Nikola Tesla

It was long suspected that the FBI had stolen and hidden Tesla’s research from the public. Since Tesla’s death, there have been some scientists that tried to reach some of the research through the FBI, but the FBI claimed that the papers were in possession of the Office of Alien Property.

The information needed for the advancement of today’s technology is still missing, or is it? Could the US Government be using this technology for their own private gains without revealing it to the public?

Whatever the truth is, one is known for sure: The world WAS ready for Tesla’s innovations, but the global elite however wasn’t and still isn’t.


Simon Segal

A professional writer with years of continual practice. His experience in writing varies from science to psychology and spirituality. He also teaches academic and creative writing.

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