When the director of the Hidden Science TV show, John Webster suggested that we do a show on Nikola Tesla I agreed, but I didn’t really know much about the great man. So I set about investigating his life in order to write the scripts for the Tesla special show.
Nikola Tesla By Photographer: Dickenson V. Alley Restored by Lošm
So I set about investigating his life in order to write the scripts for the Tesla special show. And what I found was perplexing. First of all most people think they know his story. No matter who I spoke to they would recite the same facts which go something like this.
Telsa was a forgotten genius.
He invented Alternating Current which is much more efficient than Direct Current and on which our modern lifestyle depends.
Due to this, Thomas Edison, Telsa’s former employer launched an attack on him and alternating current even convincing people that it was dangerous.
Telsa was aiming to provide the world with a free energy source that was based on Ancient Egyptian technology, but was stopped by JP Morgan.
He died penniless and forgotten despite making arguably the greatest contributions to modern life that a single individual has ever made.
With the collapse of The People’s Voice Television, we were left with an unfinished TV show. That is when my partner, James Gordon Graham stepped in to finish the production and editing. He also started to research Tesla’s life and together we shot another interview with James himself describing some of these findings.
Watch the show to find out more about our findings and from the other experts in Nikola Tesla but some of the most surprising are:
Nikola Tesla’s mother was also an inventor so he started young.
His father taught him telepathic skills.
It seems he did not die a penniless man but a rich one able to afford the New York hotel in which he spent his last days.
Watch the full show with Ana Capone, Ian Moore, Dale Pond, Harry Oldfield and James Gordon Graham here.
This presentation took place at the International conference on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water. This was a prestigious event featuring Professor Gerald Pollack of Washington State University and also Luc Montagnier the Nobelist who discovered HIV.
In my presentation, I had 25 minutes to do a succinct outline of how black holes produce water at every level of the universe, the crucial role of thunderstorms and why it was possible for me to predict that Mars continually produces water ahead of the announcement from NASA that happened that very week.
black holes produce water at every level of the universe,
the crucial role of thunderstorms and
why it was possible for me to predict that Mars continually produces water ahead of the announcement from NASA that happened that very week.
I am happy to say that my talk had a great response with praise even from one of my scientific heroes, Konstantin Korotkov.
Image: Dr Manjir Samanta-Laughton
You can see the presentation for yourself in this video. Enjoy!
Harry Oldfield has been an important figure in the field of alternative health for many years. He is a scientist and inventor and his invention of the Polycontrast Interference Photography or PIP has allowed us to perhaps look into dimensions of the universe otherwise invisible.
I feel he is a real unsung hero. I am just so honoured to know this gentleman. On our very first meeting I was attending one of his talks. The organiser of the lecture had given Harry my paper – Quantum Bio-Cosmology and Harry had read it in the car on the way to the venue.
When I introduced myself and he realised I was the author he shook my hand and said that it was an honour to have me in his lecture.
And it has gone on from there with a mutual respect for each other’s work.
So I was excited to have the opportunity to present the idea to the Hidden Science team of doing a special dedicated to Harry Oldfield and his work which indeed we did.
You can see the results in the video below. Enjoy!
I think it is part of the human condition – to marvel at thunderstorms. These displays of electricity give us a feeling of connection to deeper processes to Nature. The sense of heightened awareness and danger in a storm are stark reminders of the immense power of the universe; thunderstorms represent the interface between us and the heavens.
Of course we have tried to explain thunderstorms scientifically. The story given to school children still today is that lightning is caused by the build up of a type of static electricity in clouds which discharges towards the Earth cause lightning strikes.
Another staple of school education is the water cycle. The clouds are formed by evaporated water which come inland then shed their water droplets on reaching the hills. It all seems so logical and seems to match our observations.
As for rain clouds, why is it even possible to see blue skies over the sea? Surely it should be full of evaporating water causing clouds. And why do some clouds rain and some not? Meteorologists are puzzled.
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From the start of the my research I knew that there was something fundamental about water. I just didn’t quite know what.
Imagine my surprise when in the mid 2000s research started to emerge about the secret lives of thunderstorms. Satellite imaging had revealed a whole new world above the clouds.
New types of lightning were being discovered called exotic names such as elves and sprites. The big shocker was the findings of gamma-ray radiation above the clouds that corresponded to the positions of thunderstorms. To the amazement of scientists these were just as powerful as some of those seen coming from deep space.
I just could hardly believe it. Here in this phenomenon that had long fascinated humans was the same process that occurs in the Black Hole Principle.The same process that occurs in the centres of galaxies and made gamma-ray bursts and fast flashes of electrons was going on just a few miles above our heads. This was the missing link. But there was an element missing.
Antimatter: if I was right then antimatter needed to be part of the process. I didn’t have to wait too long. In 2010 NASA announced that they were going to investigate Terrestrial gamma-ray flashes. (Notice they don’t call them bursts. It’s almost like they don’t want o admit that they are just like the gamma-ray bursts in space.)
In 2011 the announcements of their shock findings were made: antimatter is produced in thunderstorms. Just as I had predicted would be the case in the Black Hole Principle. It was one of the greatest triumphs of the theory.
But of course there is more to a thunderstorm – there is rain. I still remember the day I walked outside and looked up with David Ash’s book in my hand. His words had made me feel so connected to it all. The rain started to pop onto my face, but I didn’t care. I knew I was staring up at the same process that happened inside galaxies. I knew that for my theory to be fully correct it needed something else. Black Holes in space should produce water just as they do on earth.
With this idea, I chose not to spell it out in my book, Punk Science. It seemed too preposterous. But it is there if you care to look and I was still working on the concept of water coming out of black holes even though I didn’t tell everyone I was doing so. In the book I explain how thunderstorms are a Black Hole Principle process. As I am putting forward that the same process occurs in black holes across the universe, by implication this means that water can also be produced by this process anywhere in the universe.
After I heard this news, I don’t think I stopped sobbing for a full half hour! Words cannot describe the elation that you feel at scientific discovery, at being part of moving the sum of human knowledge that little bit forward. A quick search began to reveal the latest telescope results. Water was everywhere and in time it would even be found at the centre of the earth and being produced on Mars.
But the key to it all for me is the thunderstorm – still the pivot point between earth and the heavens where seemingly impossible power is being released and at light speeds too.
I hope we will one day stop lying to school children about clouds and static electricity and tell them the truth – that the universe is sublimely connected from the very large to the very small and the thunderstorm is in the middle of it all and that if you truly understand them you are one step further to understanding all of creation.
In this post we shall discuss how to access your Galactic Self more deeply.
Some of us don’t feel like we belong here. This runs more deeply than the sense that we are outside a particular ‘crowd’. There are people who have memories of being from a different star system all together.
You may have heard the terms ‘star seed’ or the concept that you are becoming a galactic human being. In reality everybody has a galactic self whether they know it or not. Because we are multidimensional, we have many aspects of who we are. We can think of it like layers of an onion. Some of these layers are to do with star systems and dimensions beyond the world of 3D Earth.
In fact the Earth itself has many many levels to it. So has every planet. In reality all planets are inhabited with beings, but at many different frequencies of reality. We are looking for life as we know it, within our dimension. But there is much more to the universe than we can fathom or measure at the moment; this is what cosmologists call dark matter and dark energy.
This meditation is designed to help you to access the galactic aspects of you – your Galactic Self. Make sure you listen to it when you are safe and won’t be interrupted and not when you have to pay attention to something like driving.
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In the beginning, there was the Word we are told by The Bible. Some have interpreted this to mean that sound preceded everything else in creation. Certainly in my work exploring the Black Hole Principle (BHP) I have found that sound seems to precede the creative ejections that come from creative bodies across space. You can call it a song of creation of sorts.
If you remember, The Black Hole Principle says that all levels of the universe work in much the same way – there are differences in types of particles and radiation, but it is all the same process from black holes to quarks.
Part of the hallmarks of this creative process are radio waves and sound waves. One of the simplest ways to think about this is to think of thunder. I have explained in the past that thunderstorms are an example of Black Hole Principle behaviour with antimatter, matter and gamma-ray bursts as well as water being produced. Thunder which is so familiar to us is a great example of the way sound can accompany the black hole process.
Interestingly sounds are indeed being discovered at different levels of the universe. Some of the sounds are not audible to humans but we can hear them when they are processed. So here are some examples of sounds being produced by the Black Hole Principle at different levels of the universe.
It appears that when a Coronal Mass Ejection occurs, space probes pick up the equivalent of a screeching noise.
Scientists are starting to notice a hum from the Earth and cannot explain why. Again something totally predictable from BHP.
This is a very interesting one as until fairly recently we didn’t think much of comets – they were thought to be icy snowballs. Then it was found that they too emit charged particles, therefore displaying black Hole Principle behaviour too.
It was also a shock when they heard these sounds in this video – the frequencies have been manipulated so that we can hear them. You can hear the sound via this link.
And in this clip, we have the sound of a black hole itself. Ignore the erroneous guff about the black hole chewing up a star, they are just saying that as they are trying to explain why the black hole is emitting so regularly.
More sounds reported by NASA
So sound accompanies the ejections from the various bodies, be it thunder or a corneal mass ejection. What changes is the level at which it is occurring? The process is fundamentally the same.
I hope you have enjoyed our foray into the sounds of the universe and the song of creation.
If you would like to know more about how The Black Hole Principle and other scientific concepts can help you in your own life then have a look at Simply Divine, an online course which connects the cosmos with your daily well being.