Thanks for showing us the way Nikola….a man ahead of his time….or more aptly, a man who walks thru time…and space. Many associate Tesla with the planet Venus, in fact, he claims to have been communicating with Venus to receive many of his brilliant ideas. He describes how the technology would pop into his mind, fully formed. Then he would spend years, his whole lifetime working to build and manifest what he saw in this dimension, on the earth.
What a great sync that our Venus conjunction with the sun, also aligns with this Tesla anniversary date this year! I wonder if he departed the earth also under such a conjunction….
NIKOLA TESLA, THE NATURE OF LIGHT, THE HUMAN EYE
THE SOUL SHOWS ITSELF IN THE EYE
NIKOLA TESLA – January 7 - EYES AS WINDOWS TO THE SOUL
When a SOUL is born to earth, and when a soul departs the earth for other planes, they live a corridor, a window or doorway. Today is the “death-aversary” or death date mark for the passing of Nikola Tesla. He died on January 7, 1943.
He was a visionary, a man who could see the inner workings and codes of energy and information flow. He left us many many treasures, many technologies, and intruging breadcrumb trails to follow.
I myself have been on one of those trails, following his work from Niagara Falls , through upstate New York and Hudson River Valley. His research in NYC, his lab in Colorado Springs, and his Wydencylffe Tower and Lab in Shoreham, NY – on Long Island.
I have read much of his writings, and many modern writings about him. He tends to the dense yet flowery and meandering language. Honestly, his stuff is brain battering to slog through. A sign of a busy full mind. He was fluent in 8 languages. Maybe he was writing in them all at the same time in his own mind. It is ornate sentence structure.
One of his works that caught my attention and pinged me LOUD a few years back was his presentation, “Light and Other High Frequency Phenomena”. Delivered in 1983 at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia and the National Electric Light Association in St Louis. Now, thanks to our technology, that Telsa paved the way for, we have it in pdf form. I will link it below.
I reread this work it last night, and culled it for the juicy nuggets to share with you today in his honor. It particularly caught my EYE, as he opens in metaphysical leanings, about the wonders of the human eye, and what an amazing mechanism it is. He opens many doorways in this presentation. The parts that stand out for me to work with today, this month, this year, and to share here with you follow in block quotes….
Enjoy! Thank You Nikola – for LIGHTING the WAY!
PS – one excerpt I highlighted to share reads:
“at times, when a sudden idea or image presents itself to the intellect, there is a distinct and sometimes painful sensation of luminosity produced in the eye, observable even in broad daylight.”
Below are three highlighted sections of text I would like to draw your attention to. I hope they are as intriguing and illuminating to you as they are to me!!
On Light and Other High Frequency Phenomena
by Nikola Tesla
“The saying then, that the soul shows itself in the eye, is deeply founded, and we feel that it expresses a great truth. It has a profound meaning even for one who, like a poet or artist, only following; his inborn instinct or love for Nature, finds delight in aimless thoughts and in the mere contemplation of natural phenomena, but a still more profound meaning for one who, in the spirit of positive scientific investigation, seeks to ascertain the causes of the effects. It is principally the natural philosopher, the physicist, for whom the eye is the subject of the most intense admiration.
This divine organ of sight, this indispensable instrument for thought and all intellectual enjoyment, which lays open to us the marvels of this universe, through which we have acquired what knowledge we possess, and which prompts us to, and controls, all our physical and mental activity. By what is it affected? By light! What is light?
We have witnessed the great strides which have been made in all departments of science in recent years. So great lave been the advances that we cannot refrain from asking ourselves, Is this all true; or is it but a dream? Centuries ago men have lived, have thought, discovered, invented, and have believed that they were soaring, while they were merely proceeding at a snail's pace. So we too may be mistaken. But taking the truth of the observed events as one of the implied facts of science, we must rejoice in the, immense progress already made and still more in the anticipation of what must come, judging from the possibilities opened up by modern research. There is, however, an advance which we have been witnessing, which must be particularly gratifying to every lover of progress. It is not a discovery, or an invention, or an achievement in any particular direction. It is an advance in all directions of scientific thought and experiment I mean the generalization of the natural forces and phenomena, the looming up of a certain broad idea on the scientific horizon. It is this idea which has, however, long ago taken possession of the most advanced minds, to which I desire to call your attention, and which I intend to illustrate in a general way, in these experiments, as the first step in answering the question "What is light?" and to realize the modern meaning of this word.”
“I would say a few words on a subject which constantly fills my thoughts and which concerns the welfare of all. I mean the transmission of intelligible signals or perhaps even power to any distance without the use of wires. I am becoming daily more convinced of the practicability of the scheme; and though I know full well that the great majority of scientific men will not believe that such results can be practically and immediately realized, yet I think that all consider the developments in recent years by a number of workers to have been such as to encourage thought and experiment in this direction. My conviction has grown so strong, that I no longer look upon this plan of energy or intelligence transmission as a mere theoretical possibility, but as a serious problem in electrical engineering, which must be carried out some day. The idea of transmitting intelligence without wires is the natural outcome of the most recent results of electrical investigations. Some enthusiasts have expressed their belief that telephony to any distance by induction through the air is possible. I cannot stretch my imagination se far, but I do firmly believe that it is practicable to disturb by means of powerful machines the electrostatic condition of the earth and thus transmit intelligible signals and perhaps power. In fact, what is there against the carrying out of such a scheme? We now know that electric vibration may be transmitted through a single conductor. Why then not try to avail ourselves of the earth for this purpose? We need not be frightened by the idea of distance. To the weary wanderer counting the mile-posts the earth may appear very large but to that happiest of all men, the astronomer, who gazes at the heavens and by their standard judges the magnitude of our globe, it appears very small. And so I think it must seem to the electrician, for when he considers the speed with which an electric disturbance is propagated through the earth all his ideas of distance must completely vanish.”
The various forms or manifestations of energy which were generally designated as "electric" or more precisely "electromagnetic" are energy manifestations of the same nature as those of radiant heat and light. Therefore the phenomena of light and heat and others besides these, may be called electrical phenomena. Thus electrical science has become the mother science of all and its study has become all important. The day when we shall know exactly what "electricity" is, will chronicle an event probably greater, more important than any other recorded in the history of the human race. The time will come when the comfort, the very existence, perhaps, of man will depend upon that wonderful agent. For our existence and comfort we require heat, light and mechanical power. How do we now get all these? We get them from fuel, we get them by consuming material. What will man do when the forests disappear, when the coal fields are exhausted? Only one thing according to our present knowledge will remain; that is, to transmit power at great distances. Men will go to the waterfalls, to the tides, which are the stores of an infinitesimal part of Nature's immeasurable energy. There will they harness the energy and transmit the same to their settlements, to warm their homes by, to give them light, and to keep their obedient slaves, the machines, toiling. But how will they transmit this energy if not by electricity? Judge then, if the comfort, nay, the very existence, of man will not depend on electricity. I am aware that this view is not that of a practical engineer, but neither is it that of an illusionist, for it is certain, that power transmission, which at present is merely a stimulus to enterprise, will some day be a dire necessity.”
Read on here…I have a copy of Tesla’s full paper linked in the blog…
Plus link to the Tesla Venus connection….