by Adam Goldberg

The rumors you may have heard about the early 20th Century inventor and genius Nikola Tesla are true. The man developed a variety of technologies that left a lot of questions unanswered.

Some of the technologies he began to develop didn’t really come to fruition and become anything: some of these may actually have been developed in secret, and some of them may have actually led nowhere.

These are 5 technologies that Nikola Tesla may have made into something great if it weren’t for his untimely death and possible coercion surrounding his accomplishments.

1. The Death Ray

Have you ever heard of the “Teleforce?” That’s the name Tesla gave to his invention that could be recognized as a 1930’s “Death Ray.” The invention had the capability to generate an extremely intense laser, a beam of energy that could be targeted and weaponized. It was a device that could be “used to dispose of enemy warplanes, foreign armies, or anything else you’d rather didn’t exist.”

Proof that the people with the least conscience tend to rise to wealth and power and the contrary does not, Tesla actually never built the thing: his conscience told him that if he did build it, it would become too easy for other countries to destroy each other and kill innocent people.

Tesla noted that if he had in fact developed it, a nation would have the power to “destroy anything approaching within 200 miles… [and] will provide a wall of power” with the purpose of making “any country, large or small, impregnable against armies, airplanes, and other means for attack.”

Tesla even admitted that people had attempted stealing his invention. His room was broken into and his papers were thrown around, but the spies or thieves found nothing.

2. The Tesla Oscillator

Extraordinary claims were made by Nikola Tesla around the turn of the 20th Century. In 1898, Nikola Tesla reported that he had constructed and deployed a tiny but extremely powerful oscillating device. This is a better known story that has become something of a tall tale, not to downplay the legitimacy of it.

He attached this oscillating device to his office, and it started to shake the building and everything around it.

This was like an earthquake generating machine. His conscience was developed at this age even, and he quickly realized that if he were to further develop this technology, it would surely be used to create terror and war in the world. After this realization, he reportedly “took a hammer to the oscillator to disable it, instructing his employees to claim ignorance to the cause of the tremors if asked.”

3. “Free” Electricity System

Here’s where Tesla made have made a mistake in his life: getting to some extent involved with JP Morgan, a man with demonstrably no conscience.

Obtaining JP Morgan funding, Nikola Tesla constructed and designed something known as the Wardenclyffe Tower, in New York in 1901-02.

It amounted to a monolithic wireless transmission station. JP Morgan reportedly overestimated the power of this device, believing that it would provide the entire world with wireless communication, like we do today with tons of towers.

Tesla’s intention was to transmit telephone calls, messages, and facsimile images all the way to England across the Atlantic Ocean. The idea was too massive to possibly work, to basically electrify the ground everywhere so one could just obtain energy by sticking a rod into the ground, and communicating across oceans.

The project was abandoned in 1906, and people say Tesla was trying to provide free energy to everyone but wasn’t allowed to. While the elite certainly would suppress such a thing, it seems that in this case it just didn’t work. Besides, do you want the entire Earth saturated in frequencies that are foreign to us?

4. Tesla’s Flying Saucer

The New York Times was told by Nikola Tesla in 1911 that he was in the process of constructing an anti gravity “flying machine.”

Nikola Tesla said:

“My flying machine will have neither wings nor propellers. You might see it on the ground and you would never guess that it was a flying machine. Yet it will be able to move at will through the air in any direction with perfect safety, at higher speeds than have yet been reached, regardless of weather and oblivious of “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 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.”

They say this device was “powered by free energy” but evidence to support that is unfortunately scarce.

5. Electric Airships

Nikola Tesla once proposed that passengers could be transported from New York to London via airships powered by electricity, that traveled eight miles off the ground.

He thought in terms of true renewability with the idea that perhaps the atmosphere itself could be the fuel source for his airships.

It is suspected that the FBI stole this information, and heavily redacted, fairly recent FOIA requests released by the FBI seem to confirm this.

Guess what? D-Trump’s uncle was a beneficiary of Tesla’s work being stolen. He personally reviewed them.

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Source: http://www.fbnewspost.com/nikola-teslas-5-lost-inventions-that-threatened-the-global-elite/