Corporate Media Finally Reports On Wireless Electricity, But Doesn’t Give Any Credit To Tesla

Wireless electricity is now being reported by the controlled corporate media, and with no surprise they don’t give any reference to Nikola Tesla who was the true inventor of this technology that’s over a hundred years old. “Electric power is everywhere present in unlimited quantities and can drive the world’s machinery without the need of […]

Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know – Nikola Tesla

When impoverished inventor Nikola Tesla died in New York City, the U.S. government confiscated his notes. Why? Were they trying to steal his technology? Did they ever relinquish the notes? Tune in to this episode to find out.

Andrew Crosse – Forgotten Electric Wizard

Andrew Crosse – The Man Who Created Life From Electrified Solution. In 1837, Andrew Crosse reported to the London electrical Society concerning the accidental spontaneous generation of life in the form of Acurus genus insects while he was conducting experiments on the formation of artificial crystals by means of prolonged exposure to weak electric current. […]

Thunderbolts of the Gods (Full Documentary)

This film introduces you to the key themes of the Thunderbolts theory and includes interviews with a number of the principal figures in Electric Universe research. Thunderbolts is designed to prepare the viewer for the work of David Talbott and Wallace Thornhill now being presented in a monograph series of which THUNDERBOLTS OF THE GODS […]

Eric Dollard – History and Theory of Electricity

Eric Dollard’s nickname for this presentation is “Explosion in the Shipyard” because of one story shared. Eric Dollard gave this presentation at the Tesla Society in 2007. Support the real Eric Dollard by joining his supporters at http://ericpdollard.com

Nikola Tesla – Unlimited Free Energy Forever

Encyclopedia Britannica lists Nikola Tesla as one of the top ten most fascinating people in history. Nikola Tesla was an electrical engineer who changed the world with the invention of the AC (alternating current) induction motor, making the universal transmission and distribution of electricity possible. So why is he virtually unknown to the general public? […]