Tunguska, Tesla and technosis
Nikola Tesla had a plan to light up the whole Atlantic Ocean with a dim glow so ships wouldn't crash into each other in the dark.
Tesla, of course, was the forgotten genius whose inventions were developed into most of the electrical appliances we know today. But Tesla also brought something into the world that was so dark, so powerful, that the powers that be have kept it under lock and key ever since.
Tunguska, a vast expanse of virgin forest in central Siberia, was the site of a mysterious planet-shaking explosion in 1908 that was never satisfactorily explained. Variously described as a meteor or an alien spacecraft exploding over Russia, Oliver Nichelson writes convincingly that a desperate Nikola Tesla likely caused this event with a "death ray" launched from his laboratory on Long Island. http://home.comcast.net/%7Eonichelson/ONichelsonTUNGUSKA.pdf
Which takes us back to technosis: the reliance upon technology to cure our every ill without a second thought as to its impact on all life itself.
Like the international drug cartel or the wacko sex habits of Washington politicians, Tesla's energy implications are never discussed in the mainstream public except as some trivial curio for conspiracy theorists.
The growing contemporary awareness of Serbian inventor Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) rests on the legend of his Wardenclyffe laboratory that went to ruins after J.P. Morgan cut off funding for his project to provide free electricity for everyone on Earth.
Speculation on this matter leads to the epiphany that all the wars of the 20th century were unnecessarily conducted by men who valued the continuing sale of oil and petrochemicals more than they did the contentment of every living human. Consequently, they bear the guilt for the many million deaths accrued in constant wars over control of oil fields — it rests on the heads of those who stifled Tesla's ideas.
The dark side of Tesla's knowledge was removed for safekeeping by the intelligence agencies when they killed the lonely and abandoned old inventor in a New York hotel room in 1943 and took all his papers for further study.
From this Pandora's box of cutting edge science came the silent weapons for quiet wars. These have produced a lifetime's worth of unanswered questions, such as:
• Are UFOs and crop circles produced in studios?
• Is HAARP based on Tesla principles?
• What about those sudden plane crashes, where the engine just shuts off?
• Freak storms? Strange sounds? Earthquakes and directed arc-lightning caused forest fires? Weather wars?
An English engineer, J.H. Hamil, offered the American army plans for producing "an invisible ray capable of stopping airplanes and automobiles in midflight," invented by a German scientist. The ray device was said to have been used the previous summer to bring down French planes over Bavaria. Hamil noted, however, that "the fundamental work was done by Nikola Tesla in Colorado Springs about 30 years ago. He built a powerful electrical coil. It was found that the dynamos and other electrical apparatus of a Colorado fuel company within a 100 yards or so were all put out of business.10
Hamil believed the Tesla coil scattered rays which short-circuited electrical machinery at close range. Laboratories all over the world, he added, were testing methods of stepping up the Tesla coil to produce its effects at greater distances. "Working on an entirely different principle," Hamil said, "the German scientist has succeeded in projecting and directing electrical power."
Nichelsen recounts the scene:
In the period from 1900 to 1910 Tesla's creative thrust was to establish his plan for wireless transmission of energy. Undercut by Marconi's accomplishment, beset by financial problems, and spurned by the scientific establishment, Tesla was in a desperate situation by mid-decade. The strain became too great by 1906-1907 and, according to Tesla biographers, he suffered an emotional collapse.27,28 In order to make a final effort to have his grand scheme recognized, he may have tried one high power test of his transmitter to show off its destructive potential. This would have been in 1908.
The Tunguska event took place on the morning of June 30th, 1908. An explosion estimated to be equivalent to 10-15 megatons of TNT flattened 500,000 acres of pine forest near the Stony Tunguska River in central Siberia. Whole herds of reindeer were destroyed. Several nomadic villages were reported to have vanished. The explosion was heard over a radius of 620 miles. When an expedition was made to the area in 1927 to find evidence of the meteorite presumed to have caused the blast, no impact crater was found. When the ground was drilled for pieces of nickel, iron, or stone, the main constituents of meteorites, none were found down to a depth of 118 feet.
Several explanations have been given for the Tunguska event. The officially accepted version is that a 100,000 ton fragment of Encke's Comet, composed mainly of dust and ice, entered the atmosphere at 62,000 mph, heated up, and exploded over the earth's surface creating a fireball and shock wave but no crater. Alternative explanations of the disaster include a renegade mini-black hole or an alien space ship crashing into the earth with the resulting release of energy.
In 1915, Tesla appeared to end the mystery, when he said,
It is perfectly practical to transmit electrical energy without wires and produce destructive effects at a distance. I have already constructed a wireless transmitter which makes this possible. ... But when unavoidable [it] may be used to destroy property and life. The art is already so far developed that the great destructive effects can be produced at any point on the globe, defined beforehand with great accuracy .29
What mental patient, forever trapped in an asylum by antipsychotic medications that only take him further from himself, would be in as bad a situation as we are in, fighting wars that might well exterminate all humankind, over nuclear power and oil, two substances that never would have been used at all if Nikola Tesla had had his way?
And what incomprehensibly large bomb — created by the Frankenstein midwives of Tesla's original instructions —now stares at us coldly from the future, silently waiting to go off?
John Kaminski is a writer who lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida, constantly trying to figure out why we are destroying ourselves, and pinpointing a corrupt belief system as the engine of our demise. Solely dependent on contributions from readers, please support his work by mail: 250 N. McCall Rd. #2, Englewood FL 34223 USA.