Monday, February 17, 2014

The Mystery of Tesla’s Missing Papers

The Mystery of Tesla’s Missing Papers

21st Century Wire

As each year passes, the character known as Nikola Tesla (1856-1943), a Serbian-American inventor, a revolutionary electrical and mechanical engineer – becomes more and more enigmatic, and so too does the mystery surrounding him…

When Tesla died what happened to all of his notes, papers and research? It went to the four winds, and with that the knowledge and innovation of the man dispersed. Some entity did in fact seize and study his papers after his death.

The Pentagon claims that, yes, they did take them, but that they had “lost” them.

The film below suggests that indeed, the Pentagon adopted key aspects of Tesla’s technologies after he died, but the mystery only begins here…

Brasscheck TV

Someone named a car after him…
But other than that the average school child never hears anything about him, his life and his incredible work.

Our world literally runs on his inventions. So why isn’t he more famous?

For one thing, Thomas Edison hated him and the Edison companies had the power to work anti-PR against him and his reputation and they did.

More intriguing is the suggestion that the Pentagon far from not being able to understand his papers which they seized after he died, they not only understood what was in them, they are also using his ideas… but don’t want us to know. Thus making Tesla disappear from history.

However it happened, it was done. The man who invented the modern world is, for all practical purposes, unknown today…


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