Nikola Tesla

Hitler’s Last Card

C. C. von WERKLAÄG

NAZIS ARE MAKING NEWS AGAIN Late in 2010 headlines in several European newspapers, including Britain’s Mail and Telegraph screamed that Hit­ler’s last attempt to win the war could have been a surprise assault on London and New York carried out with giant antigravity flying disks—an attack thwarted only by the end of WWII. Long circulated in the UFO underground, the story received a new lease on life when German science magazine PM reported evidence for the existence of such an advanced and secret program in…

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Techno Invisibility

BY JOHN KETTLER

While natural camouflage, from two French words meaning “to cover with flowers,” has been with us in Nature for aeons in creatures as diverse as the chameleon, the octopus, the zebra and the flounder, organized camouflage in warfare, as opposed to tribal type activities, didn’t really get going until much later. The famous Japanese Ninja, for example, date back to A.D. 600, though the core ideas go back thousands of years to a Chinese book (not the man, called Sun Tzu) it wasn’t until after…

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Physics from Outside the Box

By William B. Stoecker

The standard model of modern physics is an uneasy blend of relativity theory and quantum mechanics. Relativity theory, developed by Hendrik Lorentz and Henri Poincare and Albert Einstein, supposedly explains gravity and the bending of light near massive bodies, among other things. Quantum mechanics has given us lasers and transistors and also purports to explain a good many things. But no one yet has developed, and then conclusively proven, a theory completely unifying these two pillars of modern physics. Most recently, string theory has attempted…

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ANOTHER ROBOT TO EXPLORE PYRAMID SHAFT If all goes as planned, sometime in February a small mechanical robot armed a with a new drill and a new camera will climb the narrow shafts from the Queens chamber of the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt. This latest robotic venture is designed to go beyond the barrier which stopped its predecessor in 2002. On that occasion, as a worldwide televi­sion audience watched, the robot camera penetrated one wall only to be thwarted by another. According to…

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Water-as-Fuel Inventors Get Their Own Museum

BY JEANE MANNING

The paths that lead to obsession with novel energy technologies vary, but their first steps are often similar. Most in­ventors I’ve met, for instance, recall that as a child they were fascinated by some aspect of science or the workings of nature. They tore radios apart, built gadgets and, if they were lucky enough to have heard about him, were enthralled with the story of genius inventor Nikola Tesla. James Robey, on the other hand, began his search for a new energy source in a…

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Did Ancient Shamans Know Secrets of the Wave?

JEANE MANNING

In a recent conversation with Toby Grotz, I again had the privilege of glimpsing the big picture of an emerging future science. It’s based on a deeper understanding of how the universe works. Throughout history and prehistory, individuals have momentarily seen beyond the material world into the non-material. They peer more deeply into creation and perceive non-physical spiraling energy; they see the results of invisible vortices that create matter and destroy and create again endlessly. The same dynamic is everywhere, from the galactic down to…

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The Many Dimensions of Breakthrough Thinking

The Global Breakthrough Energy Movement conference in Hilversum, Holland, in November was a breakthrough in itself. The three-day event broadened and deepened communication between advocates of new, clean-energy inventions, on the one hand, and thought-leaders who are passionate about other ways to improve our world. This month’s column will listen in on some of that conversation, which often detoured to extraordinary ideas. Musician, author, and explorer Michael Tellinger of South Africa has seen evidence that indicates the ancients had advanced knowledge of the laws of…

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Tesla and Otis Carr—Too Far Out?

BY JEANE MANNING

An inventor whose reputation was ruined in the eyes of the 1950s public may yet be vindicated. When you dig into history of either “free energy” or saucer-shaped spacecraft, you run across the name Otis T. Carr. He was forced to call his invention an “amusement device” in order to get a United States patent. At least one researcher had told me about seeing a working model of the Carr invention, but ironically I threw out the notes about those stories while downsizing file boxes…

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‘Current’ Wars & Our Lost ‘True Electric Age’

Jeane Manning

When future historians look back on the recorded history of the human race, what will stand out as the most impor­tant event? According to Nikola Tesla, the most important event will be the day when we will know exactly what “electricity” is. Will we then know how to have ample electrical power from new energy systems and live in harmony with nature? More about that later in this column, but first let’s look at where we are today: Predictions about “Peak Oil” are flooding bookstores…

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The Life & Times of Tom Bearden, Pioneer

BY JEANE MANNING

Who is Tom Bearden?” I asked a new friend at the second International Tesla Society Conference. It was 1986 and we were in Colorado Springs listening to a speaker who revealed some new insight about “free energy” inventions. My friend was rushing away to find a fax machine—to be first to send the news to this man Bearden. I also overheard others speaking the name with obvious respect. At similar conferences later, I met Thomas Bearden and once dined with him in Huntsville, Alabama. He’s…

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