Tesla Generator Blueprint – Nikola Tesla Lost Plans?

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Tesla Generator Blueprint – Nikola Tesla Lost Plans?


Couple of weeks ago, I saw a documentary on Nikola Tesla and the show was called The Genius Who Lit the World. It was a very intriguing documentary indeed.

After watching that show, I decided to do some search online on the history of Nikola Tesla and all the scientific work that he did. There were a lot of information and there were also a lot of interesting articles. There are some people who claimed that one of Tesla greatest invention, the Tesla generator was hidden from the public. Reason being, a Tesla generator is capable of generating free power from nature thus causing all the power companies to become absolute. Sounds like a show from Sci-Fi, doesn’t it?

Nonetheless, there is some truth behind the conspiracy. I came across a web site at www.nikolateslasecret.com that claimed the government is keeping all of Nikola Tesla generator blueprint inside the vault of the patent office. That statement is very intriguing and I am a sucker for scientific related stuffs especially things that has some conspiracy drama behind it.

I actually bought the Tesla generator plans from the Tesla Secret web site just to find out what’s it all about. Generally, the e-book explains how Nikola Tesla invented the Tesla generator when he was working for Thomas Edison and was in the prime of his career. Ultimately, his research and invention lead to the construction of the Wardenclyffe Tower, a project funded by J.P. Morgan back in 1901.

For some reason, the Wardenclyffe Tower was never completed, in fact, the structure was torn down. A lot people back then said Thomas Edison had a lot to do with the failure of the Wardenclyffe Tower. It was said that the Wardenclyffe Tower is capable of generating free electricity from the earth. That’s a very bad proposition if you are in the power generation and distribution business, which Thomas Edison was.

Was there a conspiracy to keep the Tesla generator blueprints from the public? According to the Tesla Secret guide, apparently there is. And after 90 years, they managed to retrieve the design plans from the patent office.

Tesla Coil Description

Tesla Coil Plan

The whole idea sounds very dramatic, nonetheless, I was pretty happy to see the original Tesla generator plans with Nikola Tesla’s personal signature. Everything looks very old and I think the plans were all hand drawn with detailed description for the patent office.

If you like the work of Nikola Tesla and want to have a look at his original work from the early 1900, check out the Tesla Secret web site. You’ll get a good glimpse of scientific history.

==> Click here to visit Tesla Secret now!

By | 2012-11-06T13:36:48+00:00 November 2nd, 2010|Nikola Tesla|4 Comments

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  1. K.Selvarajah November 6, 2010 at 10:12 pm

    I am a retired engineer and try to do small projects with electricity. There are more than 500,000 , 3 Wheel taxis in Srilanka,They are on petrol.If we can convert them in to EV vehicle there will be a good demand. I have contacted a party in China who makes EV conversion for Cycles.

    They gave me idea to mount a HUB Motor of 1000watts in the front wheel with chargeable battery etc.

    Please let me know whether you have any idea with lower investment to convert this vehicle in to EV.

  2. futuristic03 December 7, 2010 at 11:45 am

    Electricity has become a major necessity in the world today. And it is very important that people find ways in order to lessen the consumption rate of electricity.

  3. Sandru Mircea August 11, 2011 at 6:27 pm

    I have bought a guide with only 30$ about Tesla’s free energy generator and with the tools I have home I was able to build it. I can say that it works.

  4. Joyce August 31, 2011 at 9:57 pm

    Hi–Thank you so much for this info. I have a question about the tesla generator: What could be the possible dangers if any, of having one of these generators? I would think it would be considered high voltage (understand that I don’t know about these things, actually– I’m just wanting to learn about building a generator). Also, in case of an earthquake, etc., are there possible dangers of owning one of these.

    Lastly, I’d like to ask– are you familiar with building a magnetic generator… if so, is there a blueprint you know of that actually works? I have a friend that is interested in learning, but I want to be giving him accurate information (like links online).

    Thank you and God bless you! :)

    Joyce

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