Nikola Tesla

I came across this page on ‘Earth We Are One’ today:

“Nikola Tesla is the most unappreciated scientists, inventor and researchers to ever live on our planet. He was responsible for coming up with the idea of the Alternating current and AC motor still in use today. In fact, over 90 percent of his inventions are being used today or are parts of other end products of the 21st century. Tesla’s High-Frequency generators and transformers are still used today, and he is the inventor who came up with the Radio and Antenna mast long before Marconi and Popov.”

nikola_teslaHe created a transmitter that could send millions of watts of electricity over distances without wires.He developed an early fluorescent lamp in the 1890s, more than fifty years before they came into use.

He also apparently harnessed lightning and claimed to have been in touch with extraterrestrials.

His fields of interest were Electricity, Magnetism, Harmonics, Physics, Extraterrestrials, History, and Free Energy.

In short, he was a visionary. He was before his time. However, he is largely missing from the history books, (though there is plenty about him on the web).

He was passionate about Free Energy, and believed he could supply it to the world. Could that be why he was ‘suppressed’?

More about this extraordinary man 

A quote of his that I particularly like:

“The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.”


Sounds of Early Morning

I woke this morning to the usual sounds.

We’ve frequently chosen to live in or near little villages. In Scotland at Tynron, where our view was across the tumbledown wall to the hills beyond. In Herefordshire at Bromyard where we enjoyed a Damson orchard and then in Gloucestershire at Lechlade where we were right next to the River Thames near its source. All were quiet, the silence only quietly disturbed now and then.

In our Cypriot village, life starts early in the morning, especially in the hot months.

But today I amused myself listening to the sounds of village life in Cyprus, rural indeed. It’s easy to feel more connected to nature in this environment, easier to feel the heartbeat of the planet and our connection to All That Is.

Share my early start with me here