“We are all one…Science too, recognizes this connectedness of separate individuals, though not quite in the same sense as it admits that the suns, planets and moons of a constellation are one body, and there can be no doubt that it will be experimentally confirmed in times to come, when our means and methods for investigating psychical, and other states and phenomena, shall have been brought to great perfection.”
A little known “Interplanetary Newsletter” dated June 4, 1957, was declassified by the FBI in 1982. It claims Mrs. Margaret Storm, a writer, received transcripts of extraterrestrial communications from electrical engineers who’d built a “Tesla Set” in 1950. Nikola Tesla had previously invented this device in 1938 for interplanetary communication. The scientists received quite a surprise when they made contact—with something—not on this planet.
Evidently, and according to the 1957 document, a few aliens from somewhere, are fed up with humans. The transcript says, “…we have to begin paying off our karmic debts in the form of disease, which cannot be abated unless we discontinue the nuclear experiments. However, to help all of us through the coming period of epidemics…four space stations around the Earth…will start magnetizing the Earth on July 21…” Those who practice meditation, the paper claimed, could absorb the healing rays and go untouched by future epidemics.
Nikola Tesla, one of the greatest minds of the former century was definitely a ‘being’ ahead of his time. As the inventor of alternating current and an avid believer in wireless technology, and free energy, he first publicly proposed contact with alien beings in 1899. He was discussing potential uses for his electrical transmission system (ETS), and later claimed he received contact through a repetitive radio signal.
We the people, will likely never know exactly what Tesla detected, as his world—or otherworldly matters and many of his papers remain classified. Maybe he experienced ‘user error’ or picked up sounds from Jupiter’s magnetosphere—or perhaps he really did hear from extraterrestrials. During one interview in 1900, Tesla was asked to predict man’s greatest achievement in the next century. He replied by admitting he may have already achieved it by receiving a message from “another world.”
“I have observed electrical actions, which have appeared inexplicable. Faint and uncertain though they were, they have given me a deep conviction and foreknowledge, that ere long all human beings on this globe, as one, will turn their eyes to the firmament above, with feelings of love and reverence, thrilled by the glad news: “Brethren! We have a message from another world, unknown and remote…”
Dark government, through its clandestine alliances with corporations and academia, have superbly confiscated, and now control, the vast majority of technology, inventions, and meteoric advances. Pitted against 21st century mis and dis information, deep fakes, and algorithmic data-mining of our psyche, Tesla’s brilliant mind, and his sort of laboratory, are illegal to exist outside of ‘cosmic clearances’, military installations, or razor wire fences. It’s a pity too, that we deplete, discourage, and discredit our best minds by using ‘national security’ as a ruse to rob the brainpower and patents of those who might be able to deliver so much more—if they were fairly treated.
Mystery and possibility have been co-opted from us, and in its place, we are handed artificially intelligent pacifiers to keep us quiet, distracted, or internally screaming at anyone who doesn’t agree with our illusory politics.
Somewhere along the way, we tweaked apart Tesla’s cohesion of the sacred, supernatural, and science—leaving a void as dark and empty as the vacuum of space. Yet all is not lost. The painters, poets, inventors, and thinkers do exist—in hiding mostly—but the meaty stuff—the cars that run on water or the free energy, or the remote viewing, which is possible, remains mostly out of our reach and purview.
Tesla lived with staggering curiosity pushed along by what I suspect was a photographic memory. He’d build entire machines in his head before committing them to paper. He memorized Faust and much of the Bible (his father was a preacher). He constantly and compulsively observed his environment, people, animals, space, electricity and the metaphysical. He was mindfulness before it was a ‘thing’.
One wild fringe theory claims Telsa was a Venusian extraterrestrial dumped on this planet in in 1856, in what is today Croatia—that he didn’t really die in a New York City hotel, but later returned ‘among his kindred’. Sometimes I like to imagine, when I watch the stars at night, that he’s ‘out there’ somewhere, communicating with terrestrial-bound dreamers.