Tesla Tech and the NWO

Nikola Tesla, as an historical figure never got much press. His contemporary, Tom Edison, received all of the press because as a businessman and inventor, Edison had to dig up as much capital as he could in order to fund his research projects. Tesla, on the other hand, was more into research and theory than business, which was unfortunate for him. In fact, Tesla worked for Edison for a short time. But differing opinions about direct current (Edison favored direct current) versus alternating electrical current for home and industrial usage caused a split and Tesla ended up working for Edison’s rival, Westinghouse. To make a long story short, one of Tesla’s inventions was a generator that could suck the electromagnetic energy in the Earth’s atmosphere and convert it into useful power. In fact, Tesla had a brilliant intern by the name of Otis T. Carr who took the concept and made an experimental vehicle that could fly and it exhibited characteristics similar to “UFOs”!

How come nobody has ever heard of Otis T. Carr? Because as in things that would loosen the control of the NWO over the people of the planet, things and people tend to disappear, or gets pushed into the “conspiracy theory”, “tinfoil-hat” or just plain nutsoid meme spin of history. I’m just asking you to read this story of Otis Carr through the words of Ralph Ring, the pilot of the experimental craft and give it due consideration. Then you can decide whether it’s tinfoil or not.

How the
U.S. Government Suppressed
the World’s First Civilian Spacecraft Industry

 The author of the article, Dr. Michael E. Salla is an interesting figure in his own right. He what as known as an “exopolitician”. This is a subject I will expand on at another time.

 

22 responses

  1. Stupid old PC I’m using messed the script up, but it didn’t post too bad. Oh yeah, doesn’t Tesla’s generator sound an awful like a “zero-point” module they have on the Star Gate shows? Zero-point energy is the energy that flows between the levels or “rings” of electrons that orbits around the nucleus of an atom. Or is the energy between atoms?

    Hey, I’m a tech, not a theorist!

  2. The elitists have always stood in the way of research into alternative forms of energy and resources, and have persecuted and even killed those that they deemed a threat to their goddamn money-grubbing enterprises.

    Some of the leading ‘inventors’ like G. Bell were elitists, and made their fortunes and reputations off of the backs of other men’s discoveries and research. This world would be a better place if those assholes were dead, and people were not so complacent as to write off alternative views and theories they hear as “conspiracy” rants, without giving them serious consideration.

    BTW… there is a new term making it’s way around the Internet… “Non-Conspiracy Theorist” and it carries the same negative connotation as the other.

    Touché! I say.

  3. Exactamundo as the Fonz was apt to say!

    O/T, did you have trouble posting? Christopher said he was having trouble.

  4. I have never heard of Otis T. Carr.

  5. I can’t break through Akismet. I need to disable them.

  6. Testing to see if this post goes through.

  7. Changing email address to see if I can bypass Akismet.

  8. Ahhhhhhhhh. It’s something to do with Excite.com

  9. I got the article Chris. But you know what, even if this guy can prove more than one shooter, no one will care. American’s attention spans are so short now, they won’t listen to anything relating to history.

  10. There’s a good reason you haven’t heard of Otis T. Carr. The article explains it.

  11. I’ve had no problems getting through, Dad.

  12. Sometimes links are interpreted as spam.

  13. I gotta set the time stamp so I can tell when the comments were submitted. Akismet held Chris’ comments all day before it submitted them to me for moderation. It could be what you said and his comments were all grouped in with a shitload of spam. But not all his comments posted a link, just one. Unless he posted the linked comment first, then Akismet it could’ve thrown them in with the other crap. He seemed to think it was his email provider.

  14. I have Mark from WordPress involved now.

    No one’s comments were posted to my blog — they were all held in moderation or sent to spam, despite the fact my settings allow anyone to post, as long as the name and email field is filled in.

    The problem is Akismet. It’s turned up too high or they’ve set it to practice censorship. If this is the case, I will be moving my blog to another platform.

  15. That’s probably why Highwayman uses Blogspot. I don’t know, I’m a newbie to this blogging thing.

  16. Maybe Highwayman can comment on this? I would gladly switch out of WordPress if this continues.

  17. Like this: Akismet grabbed my post. Fuckers.

  18. They let those pass Chris, they weren’t in the filter.

  19. I have noticed that there is a problem commenting on WordPress blogs, that seems to make the relatively slow process of commenting on Blogger seem moot. There are pros and cons. WordPress has more security features, although it can fuck you around like it seems to be doing to you now. WordPress is definitely harder to use, at first, but has more variety in terms of options and choice of themes.

    I’ve just used Blogger for so long that I know my way around it blindfolded. In terms of reliability, Blogger is the choice for me. It may be a little more work submitting comments through Blogger, but they will get through. It’s worth a try, using Blogger, even on an experimental basis, Chris.

    I’ve had quite a few different blogs, and am always switching things around, and playing with things. Part of the fun, for me. You never know what you’ll find when you drop in on me!

  20. Both have their pros and cons.

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