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

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SENSATIONAL DATA OBTAINED FROM THE INVENTOR’S MOST PRIVATE PAPERS AND KEPT UNDER WRAPS BY THE MILITARY AND BIG BUSINESS CONCERNS This book is for all those who feel that the military industrial complex is attempting to control our lives, our financial affairs and our belief structure. The evidence is overwhelming!Discredited in his time, Nikola Tesla was made out by business competitors and the government to be nothing more than a kook. Nonetheless, the sam… More >>

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

5 thoughts on “The Lost Journals of Nikola Tesla : Haarp – Chemtrails and Secret of Alternative 4

  1. Anonymous

    It’s no secret that Tesla may have had as many as 80 large trunks of notes and devices scattered across the nation at the time of his death. However, I seriously doubt that “Dale Alfrey” purchased one from an auction. The book says that he began posting messages on the web asking if anybody else had stumbled across these cases of notes, so it seems to me that there should be some evidence of this on the web, either an original message, a mirror, or just his name mentioned in passing on a BBS someplace. After checking every search engine I could find and searching on my own I found NOTHING.

    The book itself is an interesting read. Basically, Alfrey purchased a box of notes from Tesla at an auction in 1976 and they sat in his basement for 20 years. When he decided to look through them, finally, he found fantastic stories of aliens (who spoke languages native to Earth) that have controlled the planet and mankind for centuries. Tesla had been listening in on these “martials” (which today would be called martians) over a modified radio tuned to pick up ELF signals, which were supposed to be impossible to transmit voices over.

    This book seems to ignore much truth concerning Tesla’s life (his free-energy research comes to mind) and much of the book is based on the work of others. If you want a broad generalization of assorted Tesla works mixed in with an authors theories then this book is for you. I would suggest purchasing Marc J. Seifer’s “Wizard: The Life and Times of Nikola Tesla” if you want information on the brilliant inventors life and then if you have an interest in his free energy research you should track down a copy of “Free Energy Secrets of Cold Electricity” by Dr. Peter Lindemann. For those who just have an interest in his overall work then David Hatcher Childress’ “The Tesla Papers” and Seifer’s “Wizard” would be a very good combination.

    I did enjoy reading this book and it had some interesting information, but I HIGHLY doubt that the general story presented in this book concerning Tesla is accurate. If you want the truth then look elsewhere.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. S. S. Casteel

    Nikola Tesla was an inventor and a pioneer in the early days of the commercial development of electricity. That alone should be enough to ensure his place in the history books, but there is more to the story than just that. Tesla is also revered by some as a saint and prophet who began laying the groundwork for a future technological Garden of Eden. He is nowadays credited with the breakthrough discoveries that led to radio, television, AC electricity, fluorescent and neon lighting, robotics, x-rays, radar and microwaves, just to name a few.

    But like many the lonely genius that went before him, Tesla never received the dignity or the financial payback that he had earned. He passed away in 1943, in poverty and relative obscurity. As he moved from hotel to hotel, saying one step ahead of his debts, he often left behind whole suitcases full of notes and diagrams for unfinished inventions. Legend has it that after he died, the federal government stepped in and confiscated the material, believing it contained designs for new weapons devices and therefore was relevant to national security.

    But apparently a few things slipped through the fingers of the government. At a 1976 auction in Newark, New Jersey, a collector named Dale Alfrey bought four boxes of papers for around $25. Alfrey at first thought he had purchased the notes of a science-fiction writer and had no idea of the importance of what the boxes contained.

    Which is where the story told in “The Lost Journals of Nikola Tesla” really begins. Author Tim Swartz writes that these journals revealed that in 1889, while in Colorado Springs, Tesla intercepted communications from extraterrestrial beings who were secretly controlling mankind. These creatures were slowly preparing humans for eventual conquest and domination.

    At this point, as they say, the plot begins to thicken.

    Swartz goes on to recount the spine-tingling chronology of Tesla’s battle with aliens he believed to be an enemy race, all set against a backdrop of industrial espionage and governmental secrecy that would indeed make for a crackerjack science-fiction tale were it not for the fact that the events are alleged to be completely real.

    Tesla later went public with his claim that he was receiving extraterrestrial voice transmissions and was subjected to the usual humiliating ridicule that greets UFO witnesses today when they try to speak openly of their experiences. But he remained firm in his conviction that the voices were genuine and posed a terrifying threat to life on Earth as we know it.

    In “The Lost Journals of Nikola Tesla,” Swartz has coupled a fascinating, page-turner of a storyline with an impressive amount of thorough research into the historical and technical details of the great inventor’s work. While the jury is still out as to whether Tesla was truly a genius-visionary or a mere crackpot, Swartz travels a respectable distance toward fitting the pieces of Tesla’s often puzzling life into a satisfying and credible whole.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. John Jacobs

    This is the type of book I love to read! When I ran across this I had to buy it right away, and I am sure glad I did! This book details some of the mysterious ways of eccentric inventor and electrical genius, Nikola Tesla.

    Tesla, who is best known for inventing the AC motor and AC current, is considered by many to be one of the greatest minds of all time – but unfortunately, he died almost broke and has been largely forgotten. Because of his financial troubles, boxes of his research papers, notes and other items were auctioned off after his death. Much of this important work has been lost. However, some boxes have turned up over the years, giving a fascinating look at the private life of this incredible man.

    After his death in 1942, Tesla was legally declared the real inventor of radio (Marconi used Tesla’s patents for his radio experiments). In 1899, Tesla received strange radio signals on his experimental radio receiver, years later, Tesla told the press that he was certain that he was receiving radio broadcasts from other planets. Because of this, Tesla started experimenting with free energy devices, antigravity using high voltage electricity, and weapons that could be used against a possible alien threat. All this came long before the interest in extraterrestrials and UFOs starting in 1947.

    This book is a must read for anyone interested in UFOs, life on Mars, free energy, secret antigravity aircraft, Alternative 3 & 4 and what could be going on in the skies above us with the Chemtrails. Buy and enjoy this well written and researched book.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. Melissa Lingwall

    I first saw this book reviewed in FATE magazine, and I was intrigued. I teach a high school class in broadcast history and technology, and I knew that Tesla had a part in its development, I just did not know that he played such a key role in modern electrical technology.

    This book really gets into what Tesla is all about. Where he came from, and the contributions he made to our world. The author also gets into Tesla’s other experiments and ideas, even those that seemed too wild at the time.

    Some people have complained that this book is about Tesla and conspiracies. It seems to me that not enough has been written about the way this man’s work has been ignored, and yes, maybe a conspiracy to keep us from knowing what he discovered. I’m glad the author has taken a chance to write about this subject.

    This is a really good book. I have bought several copies to keep in my class room and I think that anyone interested in Tesla and the conspiracy to keep his science secret will enjoy this book.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. RGV

    If you are looking for new material about Tesla, do not buy this book. The only thing that is told about these so called lost journals is that they are lost (stolen by MIBs, of course)! The rest of the book is a compendium of conspiracy theories using Tesla’s name as a come on for you to keep reading. After a few pages, it gets very boring. In summary, no new material here, just Tesla’s name used to get you to read the authors’ conspiracy theories.
    Rating: 1 / 5


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