TESLA’S WARDENCLYFFE, TEXAS STYLE

So many people sent me pictures and articles about this story that I want to start out right away by saying thank you to all of you who did.

You may have noted that this story is about Texas, Tesla, and Tesla's early 20th century Wardenclyffe project to beam power wirelessly by broadcasting it. And according to this story shared by Mr. V.T., the resemblance between a strange new tower erected in Texas and Tesla's scheme is palpable. See for yourself:

https://www.collective-evolution.com/2018/11/13/strange-looking-tesla-tower-in-texas-aims-to-transmute-electricity-wirelessly/

The claim by the company that erected this tower, Viziv, is that indeed they are experimenting in the wireless delivery of power:

Viziv surface wave systems utilize a long theorized but never successfully demonstrated terrestrial, electromagnetic phenomena known as the Zenneck surface wave….Our surface wave technology has wide-ranging applications for communications, navigation, and energy delivery. Low-frequency surface waves can propagate around the Globe from a single location with an until-now unachievable efficiency…Our surface wave technology has wide-ranging applications for communications, navigation, and energy delivery…Clean, safe and reliable, wireless power will bring valuable resources to parts of the world that don’t have consistent access to necessities like potable water and life-saving medical treatment. (emphasis added)

In other words, there it is: someone is reviving Tesla's wireless transmission of power, globally, in Texas, one hundred years later. The article also points out that Tesla's technology was literally stolen my intelligence agencies about 1oo years ago, when it disappeared. The article also alludes to the conventional wisdom why this was done: JP Morgan, a financial backer of Tesla's project, pulled the plug when he learned that it was for wireless transmission of power itself, and not just a fancy radio tower. He pulled it, so the conventional wisdom goes, because he could not meter the technology and make money from it.

This is where today's high octane speculation comes in, for I've always been suspicious of this explanation for Morgan's actions. Morgan stood to gain as much by licensing the technology and any appliances working from it, as he stood to lose by not being able to meter it or sell copper wires. So why did Morgan really pull the plug, and why, now, is the same experiment being done all over again, and in Texas?

Tesla himself may have provided a glimpse behind the scenes in subsequent writings about his project. He indicated, for example, that the technology would be perfect to compel obedience to a global political order: if a region were not cooperating, their power could simply be shut off, or, alternatively, he also subsequently indicated that it could be weaponized. There are some who think the explosion in Tunguska in Siberia in 1908 was Tesla demonstrating this capability. Whether that is true or not, I do not know, but the use of surface low frequency waves could have the potential, perhaps, to be used, via interferometry, to create devastating effects. After all, Tesla himself said after the demise of his Wardenclyffe project that with the right resonance, he could set up waves within the planet itself and split the Earth in two.

Of course, Viziv, like Tesla, is "selling" the technology for all the good it can do. Unlike Tesla, it's not mentioning the down side. So one wonders, why Texas? Why build it there? Well, this is the state, after all, that established its own bullion depository. Perhaps it's gearing up in other ways as well...

See you on the flip side...

47 thoughts on “TESLA’S WARDENCLYFFE, TEXAS STYLE”

  1. Tesla’s tower used pulses of electricity to “drill” a hole through to the ionosphere, at which point massive amounts of electricity poured through. In Colorado Springs, it burned out George Westinghouse’s generator, which Tesla and his assistant had to rewire. A similar modern tower appeared on an electronic engineering magazine cover shortly before the 2003 northeast blackout. See more here: http://www.jmccsci.com/TeslaTowerPhotoandProject.HTM. McCanney’s site is a mess, but the guy knows his stuff.

    1. Interesting compendium of James McCanney mini-articles here: (Haven’t read them yet; use appropriate discretion.)
      https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/esp_autor_mccanney.htm#menu

      (First article on McCanney’s life has been sabotaged by changing the color of the print to white. Scroll over that area and highlight the print area to bring-out the text. Interesting that someone found it necessary to semi-destroy his biography. Sounds like an fascinating person…)

      1. Definitely is. A simple solution to the whiteout is “Reader View” in Firefox.

        I can highly recommend McCanney’s weekly paidcast – $3.95 month for amazing material you will not find anywhere else., on an incredible variety of subjects, including a whole series on the Mind of Tesla. Also, when you sign up you get access to all paid casts, going back to 2016.

    2. thank you both of ya. if memory serves when tesla did that thang in colorado, it set up a standing lightning bolt. for like minutes?

      1. I expect you’re thinking of this photo: https://bit.ly/2zgnOby, which may have been a stunt (i.e., double exposure). The ionosphere-electric tunneling that blew out Westinghouse’s generator would have happened in milliseconds.

  2. wish i’d followed my uncle into electrical engineering – the way i’ve read tesla’s ideas (and reich’s) is that large bodies of water give better access to better electrical grounding. bigger the better. it’s about getting to the juice that is the earth’s core and the sun’s flow. and the difference between them?

  3. This Google Maps satellite view, shot during construction, doesn’t seem to have a lot of underground wiring, though it’s hard to tell given that the surface is of uniform colour in the immediate vicinity of the tower.

    https://www.google.com/maps/@32.1488759,-96.942821,205m/data=!3m1!1e3

    Tesla’s tower on Long Island, east of NYC, had lots of underground wires, and very likely sloping tunnels going out to corners of an inverted underground pyramid of some sort centered on the main buried electrode under the tower. That main ground electrode (the most important part according to Eric Dollard) is still in the ground on Long Island.

    Now clearly that Milford Texas tower has some grounding in the pond to the west of the tower.

      1. An interesting side note: mention of a moebius or caduceus (coil or antenna), symbol of Hermes, in the article, to create a single dimension surface. Now we are back to some ancient knowledge and weaponry it would seem.
        Parenthesis added.

        1. The Great Pyramid just may have functioned as a power station/weapon using this type of wave technology.

          1. WD:

            No, I read the link it’s a set of claims and a quotation of company’s statement regards what it’s doing. Likely a highly limited summary of what the company is up to.

      2. WD:

        Tesla’s tech is hardly just wave based, “waves” may be a tertiary effect, but they are next to meaningless, and really just detritus from the main event.

        1. The point I was attempting to make is the work is based on Zenneck, not Tesla. The “Zenneck wave” is a scalar bubble, as stated in the link. This would imply the two towers would necessarily be of differing designs; therefore, underground infrastructure may not be required for their tower.
          The author of the link in the blog assumed their tower was a Wardenclyffe design, after failing to research the subject, and assumed the work was based on Tesla.
          I have no argument with what you have stated, other than that.

  4. https://phibetaiota.net/2018/11/special-california-fires-caused-by-dew-weapons-clear-route-for-high-speed-rail/#more-136024

    See update 7:

    “We need more study of the sites — maybe looking for nuclear particles (for example depleted uranium is a super powerful burner and can be directed but it would burn the plastics) But Neutron bombs can kill biologicals and not harm plastics or buildings etc .. Somewhere in these frequencies lies the answer (Tesla would likely understand ) “

    1. btw, dead. you got any better take on robert david steele yet? at best so far he seems like a judas goat or some such. he talks like he’s got all the cred in the world needed to retake the world with a few of his close personal friends who are fed up with the cabal who trashed the world. so far my best comment is hmm.

    2. WD:

      If directed energy weapons are being used to “burn” steal in California, then steel remaining after the fire has passed should stay soft for days after it is nowhere near “redhot”; there will also be “steel” that crumbles into something that’s not rust when tapped with say a hammer.

      1. lost, are you reading any of doc’s posts or looking at any of the links posted by commenters here?

  5. thank’s doc. great pickup on this one. had not considered the secession aspect. had only thought about the breakaway’s use of it.

  6. last week on doc’s blog
    https://gizadeathstar.com/2018/11/news-and-views-from-the-nefarium-nov-8-2018/

    i posted truthstream’s 11/9/2018 vlog about it. take a look at my comment as well as i mentioned quinn michaels’ last few months of vlogposts about the ai “tyler” and accelerator rings’ relationships to ai. it’s noteworthy that this tesla tower is only an hour or so away from the accelerator ring near tyler texas that allegedly didn’t get finished even though the d.o.e. got it 3/4 done?

    truthstream does a good job of outlining the mgmt and their mic connections of viziv. here’s the link on truthstream
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ATzLkr9JXk

    1. zerodog:

      That YouTube link is better than the Collective-Evolution link. The letter from 1950 about the 52nd street warehouse in New York is the most interesting bit.

      All that said, this guy has a limited understanding of what Tesla seems to have been up to. But I see they get Corum in there toward the end. So good find.

      Then comes Montauk claims and it starts to falter.

      No, the Texas tower is not atop any part of the path of the cancelled (1993) supercollider path. That tunnel was to ring Waxahatchie, and it would have been 6 miles away at the nearest.

  7. From the cited article:
    “Ere many generations pass, our machinery will be driven by a power obtainable at any point in the universe. … Throughout space there is energy. Is this energy static, or kinetic? If static our hopes are in vain; if kinetic – and this we know it is, for certain – then it is a mere question of time when men will succeed in attaching their machinery to the very wheelwork of nature.” ~ Nikola Tesla

    Sending power through the air is probably the smaller part of the problem. Obtaining that huge amount of power is the big thing. As the above quote suggests, Tesla knew about what we call today Zero Point Energy. That was going to be his power source – not oil, coal, hydro, etc.

    Now, if Viziv Technologies has a safe way to tap into ZPE, they have just become World Rulers. Transmittal of same is just the icing on the cake…

    Also, J.P. Morgan was never his own man after England. He established branches of his bank in England, did fine for a time, and then got in deep (bankruptcy) trouble when he was over-extended at the start of a recession. When the time was right, Rothschild “graciously” stepped in and offered his Competitor generous loans to stay in business. Many people believe that this was the time when J.P. Morgan effectively became a Rothschild vassal.

    So, the decision to cut-off funding and effectively bankrupt Tesla may not have ultimately come from J.P. Morgan. It may have come from further up the power pyramid. It could have come from Rothschild. Or, I suspect it could have come from Rothschilds’ masters, the Anunnaki…

    1. gosh, take a look at tesla’s blueprints on wardencliffe. if memory serves they went deep to a large underground body of water. the tower was about 5000′ away from long island sound. wonder what kinda charge differentials and voltages might exist between two such large bodies of water. kinda similar to engineering splanations i’ve read about the canals under giza at a time when the nile went by the pyramid’s front step?

      think you’re spot on about morgan. read similar about his setting up a trip for all his wealthy friends on the titanic and then last minute before departure jumping off at the dock. wasn’t vanderbilt one of the most powerful holdouts on the federal reserve of the 600 wealthiest families? phelps covers some wild scenarios in vatican assassins.

      1. Now THIS thread is interesting.
        I have no engineering background but I understand a bit. Please keep on about the. Pyramid RE rivers and power if you may.

        And Doc if you’re reading this I miss the chats. Those times around 2009 I ave watched your site take off. Its awesome! I would love to subscribe again but Jay Trout was nicely paying for me then, now the price is higher too. But I understand you need the support.
        Best to all Giza’s 🙂
        Chris in CO

  8. TPTB could have rolled out this technology at around 1920 to the 1930s. Just wondering maybe our elites have come to their senses and realize culling the herd not going to work. If we go their demise will follow shortly.

  9. See TruthStream Media’s latest November 2018 report, via you tube, on the Tesla type model Tower erected just outside of Waco Texas.

  10. Indeed, we should watch Texas, but AS a Texan… those of you progressives thinking you are coming to change everything but Houston and Austin… good luck with that. We may have to kick a little Tech Butt in Dallas, but Texans do not like to be told that government has ANY dang answers. If people only KNEW about Tesla….

    I do know that many of us will be out making sure this latest fraud voting doesn’t happen again in our state and Bob O’Rourke might think that California is starting to look really good to him….

    1. justawhoaman:

      “Texans do not like to be told that government has ANY dang answers. ”

      Then no internet for you. Not Johnson Space Center either.

  11. This one was a great catch. I know what I’m thinking. Texas was featured heavily in the airship mystery and, based on the work of Bosley, had connections to NYMZA. It’s a major operations center to the public space program (with perhaps some association to the current secret one). It remains a major hub for some of the related research and manufacturing for items useful to both a public and private, secret space program. It’s heavily invested in energy production and energy related industries. It’s heavily connected to the Agenda 21 plan for urban renewal and community revitalization. Now we’re looking at Tesla’s power generation scheme in play there–along with potential applications to weapons and defense. With the state’s deep connections to Germany, both past and present, one wonders whether there is a special role to play for Texas in someone’s thinking somewhere. If former Governor Rick Perry’s message regarding secession to newly elected President Obama represents a warning, President Obama’s threat to use the military to prevent it were strategically hollow and wishful thinking. As California is being systematically dismantled we should watch Texas and Alaska carefully.

      1. Thanks, RB. Will check it out. I am curious how Hudson’s new book dovetails (or not) with Ralph Ellis’ book from 2012, Jesus, King of Edessa. (Note, this book is very controversial as it ‘reconfigures’ what we know of Jesus.)

        In Ellis’ book, Jesus had a grudge with Rome, and that involved Debt. It seems that Rome made a bargain with the mini-state of Jesus’ ancestors. This agreement traded no taxation from Rome for that mini-state being an armed ‘buffer’ between Roman-occupied areas to their west and the Persian Empire to their east. (Think of it like Poland between Germany and the USSR.) This agreement held for a few generations, then Rome proclaimed that the mini-state would now be taxed as any other area. Ellis claimed that it was this ‘betrayal’ which got Jesus involved in the run-up to the Jewish Rebellion against Roman occupation.

        When I read Hudson’s new book, I will keep the above in the background. (Roman leadership, of course, was heavily on the “No Debt Forgiveness” side that Hudson has researched.) There could be some very interesting ‘overlaps’…

  12. Geothermal hot spring brings heat to surface. Britain has several. Scandinavia has none. Old English “hwer” is pot, bowl, kettle, caldron. In addition “ord” is point, source, beginning.

    The allegorical expression “kingdom of heaven” is chronometry. Star time becomes hours and days, in celestial clock and calendar alignment. Druidic science.

    Starting point in any conceivable system is a “hot spot” – equally a settler’s fire, a Tesla tower or a pyramid, meaning “fire in the middle” in Greek, some say. Of course patristic exegesis is the blueprint.

    ANGELIC SAXON 29a
    Kettle is first
    coordinate, in sun clock
    construction.

    (NOTICE. Man has been around for awhile. Scientific discovery today is most likely rediscovering ancient past. Traces of the old ways are often overlooked as trivial.)

  13. “Well, this is the state, after all, that established its own bullion depository. Perhaps it’s gearing up in other ways as well…”

    Gold can be made in industrial quantities quite easily.

    What’s Texas gonna power its beam weapon with? Oil?
    Doesn’t seem like plan able to work for more than some decades.

  14. I’m particularly interested in Tesla’s work from a Heath POV. He seemingly developed and used voltage.based medicine yet AC power cable produces an EM field which if strong enough – above 3 gauss – is potentially harmful to living beings.
    Did he envision a wired world? Maybe not. Does the vast wireless system have any health side effects or health benefits? It’s well understood now that ranges of extra low EM frequencies can be used for healing and yet only a few steps away from those fields are harmful

      1. Resonance paid a large part in Tesla’s technology, as well as Rife’s. It also plays a crucial part in harmony and music. They can be used for beneficial purposes or harmful purposes. Note today’s music, lyrics and the rollout of 5G technology whether we want it or not.

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