Nikola Tesla and 
Free Energy

 Free Energy- From "Suppressed Inventions and Other Discoveries" by Jonathan Eisen (199()

Electric power is everywhere, present in unlimited quantities, and can drive the world’s machinery without the need of coal, oil, gas or any other fuel.

Ere many generations pass, our machinery will be driven by a power obtainable at any point in the universe… throughout space there is energy.

                                                                                                                                        Nikola Tesla (1856-1943)

As to power transmission through the space, it is a project, which I consider absolutely successful for a long time.  Years ago, I could transmit power without wires to any distance without limitation, which was imposed by the physical dimensions of the Earth.  In my system, the distance value is of no importance.  The transmission efficiency can reach 96 or 97 percents, and there are practically no losses, except for the component, which is inevitable for the device operation.  If there is no receiver, there is no power consumption anywhere…..

                                    Nikola Tesla at the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, May 18, 1917

If anyone can draw on the power, where do we put the meter?

                                      J. P. Morgan, “Robber Baron” banker and financier, Rothschild agent

    Nikola Tesla had 700 patents and was probably the greatest inventor since Leonardo da Vinci.  He invented alternating current electricity, the “Tesla coil and transformer”, the rotating magnetic field, radio, radar, remote-controlled robots, X-rays, the transistor, the bladeless turbine, and even a beam weapon he termed the “death ray.”  He also discovered “free energy” is available in the “vacuum of space” and discovered how to get electricity from the earth and atmosphere.  He discovered that the earth itself is a giant capacitor and experimented with transmitting electricity to virtually anywhere around the world.  Tesla envisioned that in the future, we will be dipping into clean and abundant energy from space, much like taking water from a well.   Indeed, we know that electrons spontaneously appear out of the background quantum energy field.  Tesla’s Colorado Springs experiments showed that wireless electricity transmission was feasible.  

    His Wardenclyffe Tower on Long Island, in New York City, was intended to carry out this vision of a world system of wireless power and telegraphy transmission that would have the ability to send pictures, messages, weather warnings and stock reports.  In 1900, Tesla began construction of the Wardencliffe tower with $150,000 capital from financier John Pierpoint Morgan.  It was never completed.  It was to include a 187’-high transmitter topped with a 68’-diameter, doughnut-shaped dome, consisting of a copper electrode.  The source of the power was to be the Niagra Falls power plant.  The tower was to transmit electrical power to the whole globe without wires using the ionosphere.  It would also broadcast communication channels of all radio wavelengths.  The tower complex had a 100’ deep foundation and a square brick building, 100 feet on a side, that was built below it for a power-house and laboratory.  The intent was that high frequency electricity would provide unlimited wireless electricity anywhere in the world, turning the earth itself into a gigantic dynamo.  It would run all of the earth’s industry and transportation.  Tesla also envisioned that this wireless power could be used for inter-plantetary communication.  At the beginning, this research and project were briefly funded by Wall Street financier, J.P. Morgan and Colonel John Jacob Astor.

    However, Morgan objected to the free nature of the energy, famously stating: “If anyone can draw on the power, where do we put the meter?”  So Morgan stopped the project in 1906 by stopping the funding when it seemed that this system was destined to replace the AC system, making free electricity available to all.  Of course, if wireless power generation worked, then of course the value of Morgan’s power utilities and copper mines would plummet.  This could have wiped out General Electric, which Morgan had founded.  Had Morgan not halted Tesla’s research into free energy, we would probably not be hooked on a fossil fuel economy today.  Many believe that Morgan funded Tesla mainly to control him and protect his energy empire.  In fact, from 1906 on, Morgan continued to sabotage any future deals that Tesla tried to make with other financiers, by using his influence with those financiers.  The Wardencliffe Tower was demolished in 1917 for “wartime security reasons.”

    Astrophysicist Adam Trombly stated that if society had followed up on Tesla’s inventions:

we wouldn’t have a fossil-fuel economy today.  And J.P Morgan, Rockefeller and a number of others wouldn’t have amassed extraordinary fortunes on the basis of the fossil fuel economy…. a more advanced cosmology sees everything as a modification of an energy-rich background field.  Our physical bodies are relatively insignificant modifications of that field.  The field itself has a potential energy equivalence, in grams, of 1094 (10-to-the-94th power) grams per cubic centimeter.  The human body, in comparison, has a gram equivalent of only about one gram per cubic centimeter.  That means that the background energy amounts to 1094 times more energy than our physical bodies.

    Tesla’s plan was for wireless transmission of energy; free energy for anyone who sticks a tuned receiver into the ground while Tesla’s tuned transmitter was resonating frequencies.  The vision utilized the concept of “Earth resonance.” The secret was sending out the correct frequency with electrical pulses.  The power would be tuned in just like you tune in a radio station.  Tesla researchers believe that he could have resonated the cavity between the ionosphere and the ground.

    Tesla also expected his “bladeless turbine” to replace the gasoline engine in automobiles, ocean liners, and airplanes.   

    On the night of March 13,1895, the day the power was turned on from the first AC power generating station in Niagra Falls, Tesla’s lab burned down and all the files and apparati were destroyed.  Later that year, German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Roenten made public the first X-rays.  If Tesla had had his papers, he could have proved that he was first to take pictures by X-ray.  Also, the Italian Guglielmo Marconi had been hanging around Tesla’s lab before the fire.  In 1901, Marconi was credited with inventing the radio.  Tesla stated, “Marconi is a good fellow.  Let him continue.  He is using seventeen of my patents.”  (Eight months after Tesla’s death, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Tesla’s radio patents preceded Marconi’s).

    Trying to get funding to keep his wireless energy transmission project going, Tesla sold his “bladeless turbine” and “death ray” patents to the Germans between WWI and WWII.  

    Tesla was famous for his “God of Lightning” experiments in Colorado Springs.  There, his massive 52-foot diameter Tesla coils discharged more than 12 million volts at each burst.  The coils generated wireless waves that mediated electric energy for many miles without any wires.  Sparks were seen from ten miles.  

    However, there is little information on Tesla’s work in the field of wireless power transmission methods.

In a 1926 interview with Collier’s Magazine, Tesla stated:

Solar energy will partly satisfy the needs of households, wireless energy will cover all the rest, and small pocket instruments will be used, amazingly simple when compared with our current telephone.  We will be able to witness the events and to hear them- president inauguration, sporting event, the rage of the earthquake, or the horror of battle- as if we were on the spot.

    Thus, Tesla foretold numerous realities of the modern world, including the television.  One story: When Tesla was about 65 (that is, about 1921), he or his helpers pulled the gasoline engine out of a car and replaced it with an 80 horse power alternating current electric motor.  The motor had no batteries, but rather included a dozen vacuum tubes, as well as wires and resisters.  He put these parts together in a small box which sat in the front seat with him.  The box was about 2’ by 1’ by 6” high.  The car reportedly went 80 mph.   In the 1930’s, Tesla announced that over 25 years earlier, he had harnessed cosmic rays and made them operate a moving device.

Tesla's “Death Ray”

Tesla’s Vision

    Tesla considered affordable and abundant energy as the base of peaceful co-existence of the human race.  He envisioned a peaceful world where everyone had access to abundant healthy food, clean water, and affordable energy (Vugic, 2006).  

Tester et al. (2005) define sustainable energy as: “A living harmony between the equitable availability of energy services to all people and the preservation of the earth for future generations.”   They further state: “The energy technologies are treated as sustainable if their net effects upon the biosphere do not significantly degrade its capabilities for supporting existing species in their current abundance and diversity.”

Tesla Sabotaged and Killed by the Power Elite

    At the time when Tesla’s laboratory burned to the ground, most believed that J.P. Morgan was behind the arson.  He had just proposed a deal whereby he (Morgan) would have effective control over the majority of Tesla’s patents and projects.  Tesla turned him down, whereupon, his laboratory immediately burned to the ground.  Morgan was embarrassed by Tesla into putting up the money to pay for the rebuilding of the lab.  However, from that time onward, other financial backerswere not forthcoming.  Morgan was powerful enough to black list Tesla from the Eastern Establishment elites that had previously honored and favored him.      

    The night before Tesla was scheduled to tell FDR about his free energy, he was found dead in his apartment of “natural causes.”  In 1981, at a conference on Non-Conventional Energy, a detective who had investigated this scene stated: “for national security reasons no one was to know that the coroner’s report showed that Tesla was poisoned.”  Tesla died on Jan. 7, 1943 on the 33rd floor of the Hotel New Yorker in Manhattan.  Immediately after his death, his scientific works disappeared from the room.  They were never found.  Part of those works included information on the techniques which could be used for wireless power transmission. (Strebkov, 2006).  

    After his death, the public was told his papers were shipped back to Yugoslavia, and that U.S authorities (Custodian of Alien Property) dealt with his belongings.  So U.S. government agents had the first crack at his safe and other papers.  

    Biographer Margaret Cheney- looked into the military possession of Tesla’s papers taken from the Office of Alien Properties.  The trail led to the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.  In response to a Freedom of Information Act request of 1980, Wright-Patterson base said “we concluded that the documents were destroyed at the time the laboratory was de-activated.”

    Today, wireless transmission of power is a reality.  As Tunuj Kumar Mandal (Dept. of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, M.G.R. Educational and Research Institute, India) stated at the Sixth International Symposium on Nikola Tesla:

Electrical energy can be economically transmitted without wires to any terrestrial distance… Wireless transmission of electricity has tremendous merits like high transmission integrity and Low Loss (90-97% efficient) and can be transmitted to anywhere in the globe and eliminate the need for an inefficient, costly, and capital intensive grid of cables, towers, and substations.  The system would reduce the cost of electrical energy used by the consumer and get rid of the landscape of wires, cables and transmission towers.