[Wireless] power would be transmitted by creating ‘standing waves’ in the earth by charging the earth with a giant electrical oscillator that would make the earth vibrate electrically in the same way a bell vibrates mechanically when it is struck with a hammer… – Nikola Tesla, 1932
We are automata entirely controlled by the forces of the medium being tossed about like corks on the surface of the water, but mistaking the resultant of the impulses from the outside for free will… A very sensitive and observant being, with his highly developed mechanism all intact, and acting with precision in obedience to the changing conditions of the environment, is endowed with a transcending mechanical sense, enabling him to evade perils too subtle to be directly perceived. – Tesla, 1919
According to Swami Nikhilananda, “Nikola Tesla, the great scientist who specialized in the field of electricity, was much impressed to hear from the Swami his explanation of the Samkhya cosmogony and the theory of cycles given by the Hindus. He was particularly struck by the resemblance between the Samkhya theory of matter and energy and that of modern physics” (Nikhilananda, 1973). Swami Vivekananda himself remarked on his meetings with Tesla, in a letter to a friend dated February 13th, 1896 (Burke, 1985): “Mr. Tesla was charmed to hear about the Vedantic Prana and Akasha and the Kalpas, which according to him are the only theories modern science can entertain… Mr. Tesla thinks he can demonstrate that mathematically that force and matter are reducible to potential energy. I am to go see him next week to get this mathematical demonstration.”
How was Tesla applying the principles of the Vedanta to achieve his results? His extensive use of copper to conduct electricity is highly reminiscent of ayurvedic techniques of water cleansing still used today in Tibet, Nepal and India. Copper vessels are used to store water in sacred places, thereby accumulating energy by resonant coupling to pulsating stone altars and temples. Very simply made ayurvedic well water systems include resonant stone construction and a submerged copper tube filled with resonant oils that transfer high vibratory characteristics through the copper to the water.
These advanced energetic water systems create a completely antibacterial environment , achieving natural results far beyond the capability of industrial chemical water treatment. Resonant Sanskrit technologies are sophisticated examples of wireless power transmission and storage. This scientific concept was announced to the scientific world in Nikola Tesla’s 1904 paper on ‘The Transmission of Electrical Energy Without Wires’ . In June of 2007 MIT scientists announced research funded by the Army Research Office, claiming Tesla’s century-old discovery as their own, cleverly named ‘WiTricity’. Continuing the obfuscation of knowledge by hiding the theft of Tesla’s inventions, the military and mass media feeds out the falsehood that “WiTricity is rooted in such well-known laws of physics that it makes one wonder why no one thought of it before.” The absurdness of this disinformation is revealed by any search engine result for ‘tesla coil’ – the copper wireless power device is so simple that many people have been reproducing Tesla Coils for decades now, yet commercialization was vehemently blocked.
The contradictory safety information on ‘non-radiative’ magnetic fields presented by MIT is another obvious discrepancy that should be questioned. The MIT graduates tell us the microwave transmitters “interact so weakly with biological systems” that they are safe to be in each and every room of the house. Are we to believe that prolonged exposure to weak radiation is perfectly safe, not carcinogenic? If radiation is unsafe, does that mean a ‘non-radiative field’ is safe? In fact, it is the frequency that determines safety, not the type of field – high-frequency microwave oscillations disrupt living systems while low frequencies enhance vitality. As early as 1994, researchers Lai and Singh reported that high-frequency emitters cause cancer by breaking apart DNA, with prolonged exposure causing death. In a leaked memo Motorola executive Norm Sandler assures that the lethal microwaves of Motorola products will not hinder sales, stating confidently: “we have sufficiently war-gamed the Lai-Singh issue” (Cribb, Hamilton). Motorola executives used CIA terminology to identify customers as adversaries in a game of slow death?
Wi-tricity is neither new nor safe to use. Microwave-heated water significantly increases aging by destroying the DNA of plants and animals alike, while microwave-heated blood kills transfusion patients. Used in medical devices, web/phone networks or ovens, microwave systems slowly and invisibly kill their users, having already sent cancer-rates soaring to become the second leading cause of death in the US (after heart disease, the #1 media-driven cause of death). Ayurvedic pyramids are resonant networks enhancing human health and consciousness by amplifying natural long-waves, as implicated in the eccentric claims of Tesla’s later years regarding the viability of electrical atmospheric stimulation.
From his conception of infrasound standing waves Nikola envisioned the higher quantum states of the resonating atmospheric medium, eventually leading him to the hypothesis that nighttime could be eliminated on our planet by the generation of a glowing plasma canopy shielding earth from harmful solar radiation. Might this process be related to ‘noctiluminescent’ clouds? The converging predictions of Nikola Tesla and the native American indigenous wisdom of the Apache, Hopi, Sioux, Maya and other ancient cultures exactly describe this scenario of red auroras enveloping the skies worldwide in the prophecy of the Red Dawn. This sacred Sanskrit and Mayan wisdom must be taken to heart, for the Mayan culture has accurately charted all major solar events from before their time until today!
While there has been no suggestion that Tesla took up Sanskrit meditation or yogic practices, one of his meditative habits was recorded in portrait photographs of Tesla reading calmly amidst giant crackling arcs of lightening in his Colorado Springs laboratory. The rhythmic low-frequency oscillations of his inventions may have enhanced Tesla’s state of awareness by synchronizing thought-wave patterns.
Sanskrit meditation techniques involving tri-frequency entrainment have been rediscovered and used by this author for inner searching that has recently lead to the question of reincarnation, an intriguing possibility that resurfaced when reading the material of trance medium Edgar Cayce. Several advanced teachings on reincarnation emphasize that successive incarnations of a particular spirit tend toward a similarity in talents, inclinations and physical characteristics including facial features, asymmetries and birthmarks. While I dismissed the idea of a karmic relationship between Cayce and myself for lack of resemblance, esoteric researcher and author David Wilcock presents a strong case for being the reincarnation of Edgar Cayce – demonstrating quite a remarkable likeness and life-path.
Looking at facial features with a new sensitivity, I opened my mind to any information that might help me unveil previous lives. My curiosity reflected an instinctive feeling that an explanation for the mysterious origin of my surging knowledge of quantum physics may involve a past life connection. I had grown up ignorant of advanced mathematics, enjoying only the visual geometry involved in calculations, yet there I was – an artist at age twenty-five, having stumbled upon the Unified Field Theory and intuitively applied it to a global map in a handful of months! What could possibly account for this sudden psychic reception?
Perhaps everything that was becoming clear to me during this period of revelation in my life was the floodwater of stored memories, both traumatically harsh and ecstatically insightful, from an intense past life in science or math. I thought to browse old photographs from the early 1900s looking for an artist or scientist with a familiar face… Max Planck? A resemblance. Gustav Klimt? No… perhaps Nikola Tesla?
A portrait of this author (above, left) is presented for comparison, photographed in 2005 in Mendocino, California. When I first saw the 1893 portrait of Nikola at 38 years old (above, right) I was transfixed by the familiarity of the confident, penetrating gaze of a ‘man out of time’, as described in the title of the 2001 Tesla biography by Margaret Cheney. I pulled my eyes away from the century-old black-and-white photograph asking myself – am I the reincarnation of Nikola Tesla?
The resemblance between us is strong in virtually all of the skull structures, presenting an almost identical set of features below the brow. While our physical likeness is certainly remarkable, with an angular countenance and thin 6’4″ build, our identical ayurvedic research angle into electro-acoustics perhaps presents the strongest parallel. The state of creative rapture Tesla achieved is one I have also learned to develop; a solace from the confusion of the industrial world Tesla helped to create.
When asked for his opinion on the theories of contemporary Albert Einstein, Tesla gave a scathing analysis of relativity theory, calling it a “magnificent mathematical garb which fascinates, dazzles and makes people blind to the underlying errors. The theory is like a beggar clothed in purple whom ignorant people take for a king” (Time, 1935). Tesla’s own theorem went unpublished, yet his inventions displayed a beautiful simplicity that reflected the natural order: “My explanations of natural phenomena are not so involved as his. They are simpler, and… will throw light on many puzzling phenomena of the cosmos” (Time, 1931).
The profound cognitions that on occasion drove Nikola to the point of breakdown became the fuel for long hours of work in pursuit of a technological means for the advancement of world peace. I have carried a heavy weight of knowledge, and felt a strong obligation to humanity at seeing the state of needless suffering in our world – an obligation for which I could not account whatsoever until I read of the life of Nikola Tesla. When pouring over Nikola’s writings and patents I felt both elated and deeply comforted by their confirmation that ayurvedic technologies solve the problem of human suffering.
Far more suggestive of karmic ties than mere physical resemblance is the continuance of Nikola Tesla’s research in my completion of his unpublished theorem of terrestrial infrasound standing waves. Perfectly describing the global resonance maps I visualized in 2003, Tesla explains their structure to the New York Press in 1913:
The earth is a conductor of electricity, and as such has its own electrical period of vibration… this is the interval the current requires in passing to, and returning from, the diametrically opposite point of the globe. Now, the wonderful fact is, that notwithstanding its immense size, the earth responds to a great number of vibrations and can be resonantly excited just like a wire of limited dimensions. When this takes place there are formed on its surface stationary parallel circles of equal electrical activity, which can be revealed by properly attuned [infrasound] instruments.
Imagine that a transmitter capable of exciting the earth were placed at one of the Poles. Then the crests and hollows of the stationary waves would be in parallel circles with their planes at right angles to the axis of the earth… The best plan would be to place three transmitters at properly chosen points on the globe so as to establish three non-interferable systems of stationary waves at right angles to one another. If this were done, innumerable results of the greatest practical value could be realized.
Mapping of the infrasound field stimulated by the Orion pyramids of Giza, Egypt reveals the resonant birthplace locations of both Tesla and myself. Nikola Tesla was born at the stroke of midnight on July 9-10, 1856, in Smiljan, Croatia (encircled above). Smiljan (44.565°N 15.293°E) is a small town located precisely 1,327 miles from the Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt, a distance that is 5.33% of the earth’s mean circumference. This is a resonant distance reflecting the values of Fibonacci #353 /2 (2649… /2 = 1325…) and F#131 /2 (1066… /2 = 533…) . The unlimited energy available at these sacred intervals enhances consciousness, free will and awareness throughout the reincarnation process.
About the Author
Alex Putney was born and grew up on St. Croix, in the Virgin Islands, finding the ways of the sea and nature’s living web at a formative time in his life. The harmony of wave motion and the rhythms of nature have informed his work from the earliest stages, through his education at the University of Toronto Schools and the School For the Arts at Boston University. After earning a BFA in Sculpture in 2000, Alex moved to the San Francisco Bay area with the support of grants from the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation (’08, ’00).
Awarded a Hayes-Brandeis Traveling Fellowship in 2001-02, he spent the year among the most ancient mummies of the world in the archeological collections of the Museum of San Miguel de Azapa near Arica, Chile.
In 2004, Putney produced a 35’-tall giant human skeleton replica for the Unsolved Mysteries exhibition, as a permanent exhibit at Mystery Park in Interlaken, Switzerland. Alex’s work with ancient psychoacoustic instruments from Ecuador, Bolivia and Peru became the impetus for his 7 books on the pyramids, Ayurveda and biorhythmic resonance. The ultraviolet fluorescent artifacts of La Maná, Ecuador inspired integration of the diverse fields of quantum mechanics, acoustic archaeology and biology within the framework of his standing wave mathematical theory of Magnetic Resonance.
The latest findings of physicists continue to support Alex’s conclusions. Putney’s inspired geometric rendering of quantum quadratic formulae accurately predicted the standing wave structure of the electron 2 years prior to its definitive imaging by a Swedish research team in 2008. Correlation of modern radar data, anomalous events and ancient Sanskrit teachings validate the theory of Magnetic Resonance as an underlying mechanism of the hyper-dimensional shift we are now experiencing together on this planet.
Putney’s latest book ‘Qi’ presents his holistic synthesis of the research of geologist W. Lussage and biochemist C.L. Kervran, revealing the phonon resonance mathematics of low energy atomic transmutations that occur throughout nature and the human body.
This paradigm-shifting work presents the first complete explanation for the primary biophotonic functions of blood circulation and thermoregulation in all classes of organisms, providing new insight into the fundamental role of nuclear energy in all living cells. In this new light, ancient pyramids are revealed as bioelectrical transducers enabling qi healing practices by enhancement of atomic reaction cascades in the bloodstream, observable as rapid flashes of plasma around the healer’s body.
Alex has given several online interviews, while his artwork, writing and website have been featured in the UK’s County Times online journal, in DNA Monthly Magazine edited by Sol Luckman, and in a publication of The Natural World Museum, San Francisco (now closed): Art in Action: Nature, Creativity and Our Collective Future (Earth Aware Editions, 2007, ISBN: 978-1-932771-77-0)
Now living and developing projects with the celestial waters of La Maná, Ecuador, Alex continues to publish new artwork, articles and books through his website, offering a deeper perspective on the present shift in human consciousness and planetary resonance.
**This article was originally featured at Human-Resonance.**