Nikola Tesla is among some of the most famous and influential minds of all time. In this and the previous generation,a cult following has developed. People love his ideas, manner, character and philosophy of science.
Following Vedic philosophies, this celibate, vegan had big dreams for America, though he was rightly hesitant to hand the public access to great power and understandings.
There was an interview between Tesla and John Smith, a magazine journalist. The interview took place in 1899. If you are a fan of Tesla, or just curious about the man behind the legend, this is a great place to start.
Tesla pulls no punches in his criticism of Edison's science and corporate mindset. He talks about how the theory of relativity is incorrect and space isn't really a vacuum.
This interview touches on just about every aspect of what made Tesla an original mind and missed voice.
At the time of this interview, a lot of the subject matter would have gone right over most people's heads (sadly it still might).
The public saw Tesla as a madman, and if this article had been published, that opinion wouldn't have wavered.
Below I've pulled some of my favorite quotes. I encourage anyone with five spare minutes read the full interview. If you don't have five minutes, then this perception tells me you need to read it more than the other guy!
"I wanted to illuminate the whole earth. There is enough electricity to become a second sun. Light would appear around the equator, as a ring around Saturn.
Mankind is not ready for the great and good. In Colorado Springs I soaked the earth by electricity. Also we can water the other energies, such as positive mental energy."
"Exactly! What about the birth of the Universe? Matter is created from the original and eternal energy that we know as Light .It shone, and there have been appear star, the planets, man, and everything on the Earth and in the Universe. Matter is an expression of infinite forms of Light, because energy is older than it."
JOURNALIST: Mr. Tesla, do you hear that music?
TESLA: I hear it all the time. My spiritual ear is as big as the sky we see above us. My natural ear I increased by the radar. According to the Theory of Relativity, two parallel lines will meet in infinity.
By that Einstein's curved will straighten. Once created, the sound lasts forever. For a man it can vanish, but continues to exist in the silence that is man's greatest power. No, I have nothing against Mr. Einstein. He is a kind person and has done many good things.
source and courtesy :higherperspectives.com