Nikola Tesla

The name of Nikola Telsa certainly inspired a lot of people. For years, I’ve heard of him as the Leonardo da Vinci of the late 19th to the early 20th century in terms of inventions plus engineering. Simply put, he was one of the greatest inventors in human history. He was a famous electrical engineer that revolutionized electromagnetism. He was an Orthodox Christian [enemy of the Catholic Church] born in Croatia in the 1800's. Nikola Tesla was an ethnic Serb, who was born in the village of Smiljan, Croatian Military Frontier (which was then in the Austrian Empire) in July 10, 1856. He migrated to America to try to receive a better life. His gift from God lies in invention creation so immediately he was on the pace. Tesla studied electrical engineering at the Austrian Polytechnic in Graz at 1875. Tesla had an extraordinary memory and spoke six languages. He spent four years at the Polytechnic Institute at Gratz studying math, physics, and mechanics. His first main contributions dealt with the AC current which he conclusively proved was superior to the DC current. The DC current would require a large power planet every square mile to transmit power through thick cables. The AC motor helped to create a Second Industrial Revolution. He proved in a demonstration of wireless communication via radio in 1894. He traveled from Europe to America in 1884 and started work for Edison in New York. Eventually Tesla and Edison fought over DC and AC. AC stands for alternating current and DC stands for Direct current. Thomas Edison built his empire on DC, he didn't want to see it be destroyed. By using Tesla's newly developed

transformers, AC voltages could be stepped up and transmitted over long distances through thin wires. The DC current was promoted by his arch-rival which was Thomas Edison.
Tesla also created generators which would not use any coal for usage. He was using fluorescent bulbs in his lab some forty years before industry "invented" them. At World's Fairs and similar exhibitions, he took glass tubes and molded them into the shapes of famous scientists' names - the first neon signs that we see all around us today. I almost forgot - Tesla designed the world's first hydroelectric plant, located in Niagara Falls. He also patented the first speedometer for cars. In 1898, Tesla created the world’s first remote controlled model boat at Madison Square Garden. He created devices of free-energy that the USA government still copies today. He is the greatest inventor of the 19th and 20th centuries for he invented the helicopter, TV, UFO's , Radio, the modern light bulb, discovering the rotating magnetic field, the X-ray machine , etc. AC power lines can be used to send power to homes and businesses. Telsa created the Wardenclyffe transmitter. This tower was 154 feet tall and it was topped with a huge copper dome. If it was built on every so miles, it can transmit electricity wireless globally. All of his work was credited to other people who copied his work. J. P. Morgan [an Illuminist] once paid then betrayed his work. He was planning wireless devices for electricity and once in the 1800's theorized that man can show images from one location and that can be seen in many other locations. He use tall electronic towers for wave transmissions which the government used in HAARP technology for weather control (Tesla found out about the resonant frequencies on the Earth almost 60 years before science could confirm his results), weapon usage, and mental manipulation. Tesla asked J.P. Morgan for the money he needed to start the Wardenclyffe

project. Morgan turned him down. Tesla offered him 51% of the patent rights to his inventions for $150,000.00. Morgan accepted. Tesla ran out of money before he could finish his project. Telsa pretty much made a lot of the technology of this modern era. He died at
the old age of 86, but he was impoverished. The International System of Units magnetic field B (also referred to as the magnetic flux density and magnetic induction), the tesla, was named in his honor (at the Conférence Générale des Poids et Mesures, Paris, 1960), as well as the Tesla effect of wireless energy transfer to wirelessly power electronic devices which Tesla demonstrated on a low scale with incandescent light bulbs) as early as 1893 and aspired to use for the intercontinental transmission of industrial power levels in his unfinished Wardenclyffe Tower project. Tesla inspired the establishment of robotics, remote control, radar, computer science, ballistics, nuclear physics, and theoretical physics. In terms of electricity, Michael Faraday found out that magnetism can produce electricity. This rocked the scientific world from 1831. The Supreme Court by 1943 even called Tesla the inventor of the radio. More than 2,000 people went to Nikola Tesla’s funeral.

Ancient Advanced Inventions

Ancient mankind weren’t unintelligent and without great ingenuity like some people falsely believe in. Complex ancient inventions existed in the past for thousands of years. The ancient Sumerians and Babylonians established advanced economic societies. In ancient Egypt, they created the black ink, the first ox drawn plows, a 365 calendar plus leap year, and hieroglyphics as an early system of writing. The ink that the Egyptian people created existing in multicolored types of ink and dye as well. That ink was useful on the papyrus paper tools that ancient Egyptians also utilized. The Sumerians had a bull lyre or musical instrument (which is similar to a harp). It’s a design that replaces the single bow shape with 2 upright arms joined by a crossbar and the strings (instead of joining the sound box directly). The bull lyre was found in the royal cemetery of Ur. The bull lyre stood about 1.2 meters high. Each lyre had a different animal head protruding from the front of the sound box to denote its pitch: the bull lyre was bass, the heifer lyre was tenor and the stag lyre was alto. All three were made of wood. The bull lyre stood roughly 1.2 meters high. The sound box was defined by a broad border of mosaic in shell, lapis lazuli and red paste, and this border continued onto the rectangular upright arms. The strings were tied to the crossbar and strung down over the

bridge to connect at the base of the sound box. Researchers believe the notes constituted the same scale as Queen Shub-Ad's harp and were achieved by the tension of the strings rather than the length. Sun and water clocks were developed to determine time. There was an ancient battery found in ca. 250 B.C. It was found in Khujut Rabu, which is just outside of Baghdad. It’s made up of a clay jar with a stopper made of asphalt. Sticking through the asphalt is an iron rod surrounded by a copper cylinder. If it’s filled with vinegar or any other electrolytic solution, the jar can produce 1.1 volts of electricity. There is no written record as to the exact function of the jar, but the best guess is that it was a type of battery. Scientists believe the batteries (if that is their correct function) were used to electroplate items such as putting a layer of one metal (gold) onto the surface of another (silver), a method still practiced in Iraq today.

Another example is the ancient Greek calculator called the Antikythera mechanism. This ancient mechanical computer showed astronomical positions. It was found in 1900 to 1901 from the Anikythera wreck. It was so complex and significant that it wasn’t total understood until decades later. Some believe that it was built between 150-100 B.C. Technological artifacts of similar complexity did not reappear until the 14th century, when mechanical astronomical clocks appeared in Europe. Professor Michael Edmunds of Cardiff University who led the most recent study of the mechanism said: "This device is just extraordinary, the only thing of its kind. The design is beautiful, the astronomy is exactly right. The way the mechanics are designed just makes your jaw drop. Whoever has done this has done it extremely terms of historic and scarcity value, I have to regard this mechanism as being more valuable than the Mona Lisa." This device is the oldest complex scientific calculator. It has so many gear that it’s called the first known analog computer. The computer outlined astronomy pattern. One hypothesis believes that the device was formed at an academy founded by the ancient Stoic philosopher Posidonius on the Greek island of Rhodes was the center of astronomy and mechanical engineering. The device has a lunar mechanism that uses Hipparchus‘ theory for the motion of the Moon. Yet, the Anitkythera Mechanism Research Projects believes that the concept for the mechanism came from the colonies of Corinth (which a connection with Archimedes). This was published in the July 30, 2008 edition of Nature. The instructions in the computer are written in Greek. The complexity of the clock is similar to that of 18th century clocks with over 30 gears. Its purpose was to calculate the position of the sun, moon, and other astronomical information like the location of other planets. Ancient Native tribes like the Peruvian tribe used tweezers for medical purpose. The Jivaro Native Americans used the pincers of living ants for the purpose of suturing wounds (47) - a most extraordinary procedure that has been observed in other parts of the world also. The skin is drawn together, the small ant so applied that it seizes the suture and holds it tightly closed in its strong mandibles, and then the animal's body is quickly snipped off.

Sir Isaac Newton
What more can be said about Sir Isaac Newton. Sir Isaac Newton was the Albert Einstein of his time. He was one of the greatest mathematicians in human history. He studied theology and made theories about the future of the human race. He was an inventor or innovator of many fields in science, technology, and of course mathematics. He inspired learning and intellectual curiosity among many endeavors. Isaac Newton was born in Woolthrope, Lincolnshire, England on Christmas Day 1642. He almost died as a baby. The Civil War in England occurred around him. He loved his mother and his grandmother. He read books on many subjects including the Bible. Teachers and other students were impressed with the boy’s knowledge of the Bible. He went into Trinity College at Cambridge University in trying to be a minister for the Church of England. He worked many jobs to pay for

tuition fees. Newton followed the experimental method of science. He graduated in 1665 shortly before the Black Death spread into London. Sir Isaac Newton still studies binonial theorem, light, telescopes, calculus, and theology. He used a notebook to write his research. He made many discoveries in his life. One day when he was drinking tea in the garden, he saw an apple fall to the ground. He started thinking about why it fell, and finally concluded that the same force which caused the apple to fall also kept the moon in orbit around the earth. This same force, gravity, also kept the planets in orbit around the sun. The apple incident led to his three basic laws of motion: An object in motion tends to remain in motion unless an external force stops it; an object moves in a straight line unless some force diverts it; and for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. He was so smart that he invented calculus at the age of 24. He came into Cambridge University by 1667 in order to try to get his Masters Degree. He used prisms to prove that sunlight was made up of all the colors of the rainbow. The ancient Greeks were wrong on their views on light. He created a telescope with a curved mirror to prove that you don’t have to break light into unwanted colors in order to achieve a more clear view of what you want to see when using a telescope. Sir Isaac Newton believed in God, but some believed that he denied the existence of the Trinity. His theology according to some wasn’t apart of mainstream Christianity. T.C. Pfiemaier although subscribes to the belief that Sir Isaac Newton held onto the Eastern Orthodox view of the Trinity rather than the Western one (which is agreed by Catholics, Anglicans, and most Protestants). He spoke of God in these terms: “…This most beautiful system of the sun, planets, and comets, could only proceed from the counsel and dominion of an intelligent Being. … This Being governs all things, not as the soul of the world, but as Lord over all; and on account of his dominion he is wont to be called “Lord God” παντοκρατωρ [pantokratòr], or “Universal Ruler”. … The Supreme God is a Being eternal, infinite, absolutely perfect.’ (Principia, Book III; cited in; Newton’s Philosophy of Nature: Selections from his writings, p. 42, ed. H.S. Thayer, Hafner Library of Classics, NY, 1953). Notice that these words don’t refute the accusation that Newton rejected the Trinity. He said that: ‘Opposition to godliness is atheism in profession and idolatry in practice. Atheism is so senseless and odious to mankind that it never had many professors.’ (A Short Scheme of the True Religion, manuscript quoted in Memoirs of the Life, Writings and Discoveries of Sir Isaac Newton by Sir David Brewster, Edinburgh, 1850; cited in; Newton’s Philosophy of Nature, p. 65, Ref. 2).

Sir Isaac Newton believed in Bible codes and researched the Book of Daniel. He believed that the end of this age would come no sooner by the year of 2060 A.D (according to a manuscript he wrote in 1704. This isn‘t the total end, but a date no sooner, although I don‘t believe in date setting). The Bible Codes are known to be inaccurate and not equivalent to biblical prophecy. The possible Secret Society connections to Sir Isaac Newton are debated to this day. Newton is disputed to have been a Rosicrucian, but it’s true that he shared some Rosicrucian ideology. He hasn’t been conclusively been proven to be a Freemason though. He was a known member of the Royal Society. They followed Sir Francis Bacon’s tenet of using experimental science as a means to find answers in science. He died at the age of 84 in the year of 1727. He was buried in Westminster Abbey. So, the truth is that Sir Isaac Newton made legitimate contributions in science and mathematics that we are happy for, but he made gross theological errors that made him not an Orthodox Christian. Newton was a student of the occult, alchemy, the Kabbalah, etc. So, I wouldn’t take serious Newton’s prophetic claims at all.

Appendix A: Jules Verne Jules Verne was a great fictional writer. What was strange was that some of his writings predicted the future in the 20th century, the 21st century, and possibly beyond. What’s relevant about Jules Verne is that sometimes what was shown in the past can show the future. Some of what he wrote was fictional like a journal into the center of the Earth or a time machine sending a man into the future. Jules Verne was the father of science fiction in the Western world. He was born in February 8, 1828. Verne wanted to incorporate the 2 personalities of his father (being more logical) and his mother (being imaginative) into his life. Verne studied science as well. He created over 60 book describing man going into the moon, water travel, etc. In the early 20th century, Jules Verne predicted that Paris would be a city of towering skyscrapers, cars would pollute the air, and traffic would exist all over the city. This is found in a recently found work of Verne called “Paris Au Xxe Siecle” or Paris in the 20th Century in English. The work was so grim according to publishers, so it wasn‘t released in that time. According to Jules Verne Scholar Walter James Miller, Paris au Xxe Siecele talks about homeless people waking in the street aimlessly, subways on elevated platform, motor cars with a wheel to operate on, and buildings 70-80 stories high. He even wrote of a tall steel structure that foretold the Eiffel Tower, 26 years before it was built. Verne described music traveling in the air and solid electronics, which is similar to the computer and the Internet. Verne wrote other books like flying helicopters,

space shuttles, fax machines, and the like. Jules Verne described submarines used as weapons with electronic power. Verne wrote of flying machines using bombs in the world. In one novel, “From Earth to the Moon,” his space capsule only landed 2.5 miles from where the real first space capsule landed in the Pacific. Verne wrote of the moon flying from Florida (Col. Frank Gulman wrote a note to a Verne‘s relatives about Verne wrote about 12 ft. high capsule with the shuttle weighing 20,000 lbs., which occurred for real in the Moon mission of 1969). Jules Verne’s “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea,” was descriptive about life in the sea. Verne worked many years in the sea. He died in March 24, 1905 at the age of 77. He was a great fictional author. Books, television, and other medium take influence of him.

Appendix A: H.G. Wells Even HG Wells wrote about the future in fictional accounts that are similar to the 21st century. HG Wells had a great imagination. Wells was apart of course the globalist Coefficient Club. He wrote about machines telling the news similar to radio systems. HG Wells predicted the military use of planes when most people wore on horseback. In 1911, HG Wells wrote about a weapon that is similar to an atomic bomb (made of uranium used to destroy cities in the mid part of the 20th century. This occurred in 1945 in Nagasaki and Hiroshima, Japan). HG Wells was an Utopian wrote about “Shape in Things to Come.” In that work in 1933, he wrote of an Apocalyptic world war and then a feudal society comes about. It talks about an elite to create a world state, which is similar to the agenda of the new world order. Use chaos to create order. HG Wells wrote about scientific marvels and time travel. HG Wells was a Fabian socialist, who agreed with the creation of the new world order indeed (a winged globe was his logo for the N.W.O.). He wrote of Basra, Iraq as being a major meeting place for new world order plans (in his book called “The Shape of Things to Come.” It was

published in 1933). Round Table member and Darwinist T.H. Huxley mentored Wells. The Round Table wanted British hegemony to literally rule the Earth in a world state. Wells would mentor TH Huxley‘s grandchildren of Aldous and Julian Huxley. Ironically, in 2009, Basra is a major Iraqi city where the elite’s war in Iraq is taking place. The Iraq War occurred to promote secularization of the previous Muslim theocracy and have a new order of the ages. Freemasons loved HG Wells calling him their Scottish Rite publication. In A Modern Utopia, p. 67, H.G.

Wells tells us that this Air Dictatorship's Utopia will be "Bacon's visionary House of Saloman." And in the other works he made, he foresees that some of this Utopia's methods will use Plato's thinking. In his “In the Shape of Things to Come,” HG Wells wrote of man’s mission to the Moon. According to literary critic Peter Kemp, HG Wells’ “The Time Machine” was blend of Marx and Darwin. The story described the evolution of a race called the Elio living in a communist like society. The Utopia of the Eloi live under a predatory system that is governed under the Morlocks. The story nevertheless compares these 2 groups of people as ranchers and livestock. The concept of evolutionary theory deals with an organism (or the thesis) battling nature (or antithesis) to form a newly “enhanced species” (or synthesis). This consists of the evolutionary process including natural selection, etc. Leopold Maxse was a Coefficient Club member who desired to fight Germany.
Ironically, Wells would predict the rise of Nazi Germany and WWII breaking out from the flashpoint of a violent clash between Germans and Poles at Danzig (which is what indeed eventually happened). Wells set the date for this in January 1940 (it actually happened in September 1939). WWII was a type of Hegelian Dialectic when you think about. Agents from Britain, America, and the Vatican fund the Axis and Allied Powers during the whole war. The thesis was the Nazi Empire and antithesis was the German people (who suffered on the oppressive Versailles Treaty causing massive debt and a depression. The antithesis included the victims of the Holocaust like Jewish people, Serbs, Gypsies, black people, homosexuals, etc.) and the synthesis is the United Nations (and the post war period that is made to easier form the new world order with all of these geo-political military alliances from the EU to NATO). Fundamentally, HG Wells desired a world government (using scientific dictatorship as a means to do so). He wanted this plan, because in his own words, he abhorred the concept of the nation-state: “…The
existence of independent sovereign states IS war, white or red, and only an elaborate mis-education blinded the world to this elementary fact…" Wells

like numerous Freemasons believed that the human consciousness into a “racial mind” could evolve man into divinity and deification. According to Warren Wager’s work: “…But the transcendent reality Wells actually professed to see emerging here

and now was the collective being of humanity, rather than any "God." At the level of the individual the species Homo sapiens might be nothing more than a swarm of unique individuals descended in an unbroken sequence from remote protozoan ancestors; yet Homo sapiens was more than a name. At this moment in cosmic time it also denoted a class of similar if not identical individuals, evolving in ceaseless interaction with one another, and through the unique gift of speech able to pool their experiences and so give birth to a higher order of being entirely: a racial memory, a collective mind [emphasis added], the emergent intelligence of an emergent racial being…” (Wagar, 104). Numerous Masons of course accept the heresy of human godhood. 32nd Degree Charles H. Vail wrote his work of “The Ancient Mysteries and Modern Masonry” that: “…The consummation of all this was to make the initiate a God, either by union with a divine being without or by the realization of the divine self within…Man is like God in that he becomes a God…” Even well known Mason Joseph Fort Newton admitted that in the Third Degree of Masonry testifies that: “…to the profoundest insight of the human soul-that God becomes man that man may become God…”

Today, Transhumanists and other scholars desired human godhood via technologies. They want a “hive mind” and a unification with high tech computer systems (as supported by William Sims Bainbridge‘s report called “Converting Technologies for Improving Human Performance”). Journalist Nathan Cochrane critique Bainbridge’s report as well. Wells denied the value of the individual as he gotten older. Globalists typically hate the concept of the individual’s power to make great improvements in the world. There is nothing wrong with working in a group, but the value of the individual in the world can’t

be downplayed at all. Nano-technology revolves around little machines that can be the size of molecules. Nanotechnology is found in military devices and other machines. According to Professor López Peláez, it is predicted that 40% of armies will be automated with robot soldiers by 2020 ‘just as a car factory is today, which will result in less human deaths during violent conflicts.’ DARPA (the Pentagon group that help invent the Internet) has been the leader in developing robotics for the military. There are robots that can fight and carry large objects. Researchers in the study predict that robots can possess articial intelligence or have emotional interaction with people. Today in 2009: Various robots that can not only vacuum a room (Roomba), but cook food, greet a person at the door, fetch things, or just listen if you are lonely. Robots now can assist pets (like hamsters, dogs, lions, tigers, and various bears) plants, and robotic dolls exist that can show emotion depending on how they are treated. There are robotic fish, and robots designed to help teach autistic persons. AI development has existed with neural networks, etc. Some of these eugenicists want genetic engineering in order to divide mankind. The poisons of GM food, mercury, sodium flouride, MSG, etc. are poisoning human beings. Some of the things like aspartame can harm male fertility. The only reason these items are promoted (despite their dangerous nature) is because some people want to depopulate the world. The elite's plan for the new world order isn't just about global government. It's about genetic engineering, depopulation, and establishing a technocratic society.

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