The Lost Journals of Nikola Tesla: HAARP – Chemtrails and the Secret of Alternative 4

ISBN: 1892062135
ISBN 13: 9781892062130
By: Tim R. Swartz

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About this book

Go check your encyclopaedia to find the answers to the following questions: 1) Who invented the radio? 2) Who discovered X-rays? 3) Who invented the vacuum tube amplifier? In fact, while you're at it, check to see who discovered the fluorescent bulb, neon lights, speedometer, the automobile ignition system, and the basics behind radar, electron microscope, and the microwave oven. Despite what most history books say, all of these inventions were conceived and developed by a man named Nikola Tesla, possibly the greatest mind mankind has ever seen. Unfortunately, few people today have ever heard of Tesla and his fantastic inventions. After all, Tesla was considered an eccentric who talked of death rays that could destroy 10,000 aeroplanes at a distance of 250 miles, claimed to be able to split the Earth in two, believed that both voice and image could be transmitted through the air (in the late 1800's), and developed a science that could lead to free energy, antigravity and possibly weather modification. Now for the first time, Nikola Tesla's secret writings have been finally brought together in one fantastic book.Much of these notes have been withheld by the governments of the United States and Russia, for fear that their secret Black Project weapons and exotic science experiments would be discovered. But some notes have managed to slip out along with recent writings on projects based on Tesla science. Death rays - antigravity aircraft - free energy - time travel and teleporatation are just a few of the amazing secrets revealed at last.

Reader's Thoughts

Gabriel

You don't have to trust everything in this book to enjoy it...but it leads you to some very interesting and disturbing questions. What if...?

Nik

A greatly written book.

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