Nikola Tesla
Copyright Michael D. Robbins 2005


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Nikola Tesla—Scientist and Inventor

July 10, 1856, Smiljan, Yugoslavia, 00:01 LMT. (Source: Sabian Symbols. Reputedly, the data of his biography, The Prodigal Genius, by J.J. O’Neill states that he was “born on the stroke of midnight”) Died, January 7, 1943, New York, New York

Tesla, with Edison, was one of the great scientific geniuses focussed upon the field of electrical phenomena and eventually upon subtle energy technology. In fact, he was a true occultist upon the fifth ray—no doubt in his soul nature.

He was the first to conceive an effective method for utilizing alternating current. He also patented the induction motor and many other inventions.


I have harnessed the cosmic rays and caused them to operate a motive device.

Today's scientists have substituted mathematics for experiments, and they wander off through equation after equation, and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality.

So astounding are the facts in this connection, that it would seem as though the Creator, himself had electrically designed this planet...

Tesla has contributed more to electrical science than any man up to his time. —Lord Kelvin

Science is but a perversion of itself unless it has as its ultimate goal the betterment of humanity

The world, I think, will wait a long time for Nikola Tesla's equal in achievement and imagination. - Edwin H. Armstrong

Tesla is entitled to the enduring gratitude of mankind. —Arthur Compton

We think of his contribution much oftener than that of Ampere and Ohm ... the induction motor and our power system are enduring monuments to Nikola Tesla. — Dr. E.F.W. Alexanderson

In his speech presenting Tesla with the Edison medal, Vice President Behrend of the Institute of Electrical Engineers eloquently expressed the following: Were we to seize and eliminate from our industrial world the result of Mr. Tesla's work, the wheels of industry would cease to turn, our electric cars and trains would stop, our towns would be dark and our mills would be idle and dead. His name marks an epoch in the advance of electrical science. Mr. Behrend ended his speech with a paraphrase of Pope's lines on Newton: Nature and nature's laws lay hid by night. God said 'Let Tesla be' and all was light.


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