The majority of truly outstanding innovations transform the society in which they are used.
Since maintaining the status quo benefits those at the top of the social system more, they conceal breakthrough innovations that are advantageous to the globe but perilous to their very life.
Nikola Tesla, a genius of engineering, was hardly an exception. Here are some of the inventions that Nikola Tesla developed that “they” don’t want you to know about:
In the 1930s, Nikola Tesla asserted to have created a “death beam,” which he dubbed Teleforce. The weapon was able to produce a strong, precisely focused beam of energy that might be used to destroy enemy jets, hostile armies, or other unwanted objects. He thought it would be too simple for counties to annihilate one another, thus the so-called “death ray” was never built.
In order to “render any country, great or little, impenetrable against armies, airplanes, and other methods for invasion,” Tesla said that a nation could “kill anything approaching within 200 miles… [and] will offer a wall of power.” According to him, there had been attempts to steal the innovation.
His room had been entered and his papers had been scrutinized, but the thieves, or spies, left empty-handed.
Tesla claimed to have created and used a tiny oscillating device in 1898 that, when linked to his office and working, almost toppled the structure and everything in its vicinity. In other words, it was claimed that the technology could mimic earthquakes. Tesla said that he “took a hammer to the oscillator to destroy it, directing his personnel to feign ignorance to the origin of the tremors if asked,” after realizing the potential terrors such a gadget could produce.
According to some conspiracy theories, the government is still using Tesla’s research at facilities like the HAARP site in Alaska.
Free Electricity System
In 1901–1902, Tesla created and constructed Wardenclyffe Tower, a massive wireless transmission facility, with assistance from JP Morgan. Morgan believed that the Wardenclyffe Tower might offer wireless connectivity all across the globe. Tesla, however, had other ideas.
Based on his assumptions about how the Earth could carry the signals, Tesla wanted to broadcast communications, telephones, and even facsimile images over the Atlantic to England and to ships at sea. Anyone may have power by burying a rod in the ground if the initiative was successful. Free power is not profitable, sadly.
And this system could be incredibly dangerous for the global elite because it could profoundly change the energy industry. Imagine how different the world would be if society didn’t need oil and coal to function?
Could the great world powers maintain control? Morgan refused to fund the changes. The project was abandoned in 1906 and never became operational.
The Flying Saucer
Nikola Tesla revealed to The New York Herald in 1911 that he was developing a “flying machine” that defied gravity.
“My aircraft will be without wings or propellers. You wouldn’t know it was a flying vehicle if you saw it on the ground. However, it will be able to fly at will in any direction and in complete safety at faster speeds than have been achieved so far, independent of the weather or “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 a 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.”
Tesla’s flying saucer was powered by a free energy system at a time when the fledgling aviation and motor car industry depended on oil and petroleum. His invention met the same fate as his free energy system.
According to Tesla, electrically propelled airships could carry people eight miles above the ground in three hours from New York to London. Additionally, he thought that airships may be powered by the atmosphere itself and would never require refilling.
Unmanned airships may potentially be employed to carry passengers to a predetermined location or to launch a far-off aerial attack. He never received praise for his creation. Today, however, we have unmanned drones that do combat missions, incredibly fast supersonic aircraft, and space shuttle technology that allows us to orbit the Earth in the upper atmosphere.
It was long suspected that the FBI literally stole all of his work, research, and inventions that he had in his possession when he died. This rumor has now been confirmed by recent, heavily redacted Freedom of Information Act requests released by the FBI.