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Hidden in Plain Sight:
Nikola Tesla's "Radiant Energy" Devices


THOSE MAY NOT BE SEARCHLIGHTS


Wardenclyffe machine: Octagonal conical 
tower with windows 8 storeys tall, topped by gigantic distorted metal 
hemisphere covered with small glowing bumps in square array, surrounded 
by a multi-layer glow-discharge hundreds of feet across.  In the 
background are biplanes, dirigibles, and what appears to be a floating 
rectangular sky platform, all which exhibit glowing searchlight beams 
directed downwards.
Fig. 1 Tesla transmitter tower (original)



Another Wardenclyffe tower, this version with much larger multi-pane
windows, a distant background cityscape w/skyscraper radiating three huge 
glowing beams up and out, exotic monoplanes each with a glowing ray 
connecting to ground, and a dirigible with one ray to ground, a second 
ray projecting upwards, the distant city sky is clogged with tiny clouds 
which perhaps are flying machines.
Fig 2. Tower and city w/aircraft





Fig. 3 Future warfare





Fig. 4 "A kind of Roentgen tube" on Tesla Coil top, conductive path sensed by distant receiver




Fig. 5 "Radiant Energy" patent: DC ion-path emit/detect




Fig. 6 CS lab w/horizontal lightning-ray.
Accurate depiction of the Colorado Springs experiment: Tesla's
aurora gun, an animation from the film "Secret of Nikola Tesla."
The sound effects are notable: very, very accurate from what I
understand of this. They reveal a main key to the mystery.
also see: youtube version




Fig. 7 Wingless machine w/array of vacuum bulbs & corona glow

also see: youtube version





Figs. 8,9 The key invention: Tesla's "sensitive brush" x-ray tube from his 1892 Royal Society lecture





Fig. 10 Painting of Tesla w/beam
(forgottenfutures.co.uk)
(or perhaps a retouched photograph.)





Fig. 11 Photo of Tesla with wireless lamp




Fig. 12 Ineffective UV spotlights
in TW Benson plagarism, 1920




Fig. 13 Factory w/right-angle relay concept




Fig. 14 Projectile-style electric aircraft

also see: youtube version




Fig. 15 Rocket plane




Fig. 16 Flying machine




Fig. 17 Train




Fig. 18 Personal Car




Fig. 19 Transmitter tower w/right-angle relay concept in distance




ELECTROSTATIC HOVERCRAFT: force limits for a giant "lifter"

  Assume 1-atm, max surface e-field of 3MV/M 
  C = farads/cc = 8.9e-14
  E = energy stored per cc at max field = 4.01e-4 joule
  F = mech. force to store E with work over 1cm = 4.01e-3 newton
  F = surface lifting force on one M^2 = 40.1 newton = 9.0lbs
  F = lift produced by 50ft disk = 1640 lbs

The above value assumes a permeable wire grid fuselage with charged-
exhaust reaction force only, and no aerodynamic lift.  If instead we used 
a solid fuselage shaped like a Frisbee or like an icecream cone, perhaps 
Coanda effect would give us far higher thrust, much like replacing a 1950s
turbojet engine with a modern turbofan.





Fig. 20 Tesla Bulb

Also see original article, Elec. Experimenter June 1919, page 134, page 179-184




Fig. 21 Balloon-lofted ray-emitters (1899)
(forgottenfutures.co.uk)




Fig. 22 Death ray tower (1945)



Fig. 23 Death ray power supply (1945)



Fig. 24 Tesla's demo lab, 1892 Royal Socity lecture



Fig. 25 Death ray gun tip



Fig. 26 Pre-Roentgen x-ray image of human foot, N. Tesla (1895)





Fig. 27 Magnifying Transmitters
, from Serbian text "TESLA" by Branimir Jovanovich



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So I tell him I killed God. I tracked God down like a rabid dog, hacked off his legs with a hedge trimmer, raped him with a corncob, and boiled off his corpse in an acid bath.

So he pulls an alternating-current taser on me and tells me that only the Official Serbian Church of Tesla can save my polyphase intrinsic electric field, known to non-engineers as "the soul."

So I hit him. What would you do?

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