The Hidden Truth about Nikola Tesla

The Hidden Truth about Nikola Tesla

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, with his equipment EDIT

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.

Reference: 1917 interview with Nikola Tesla

Reference: Tesla harnesses cosmic energy 

The website of James Gordon Graham, www.multidimensionalcreatives.com

Images: Public Domain

 

 

 

Harry Oldfield and the Invisible World

Harry Oldfield and the Invisible World

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!

 

 

Image: Shutterstock

 

Before the cameras were rolling on Punk Science

Before the cameras were rolling on Punk Science

One of the most popular interviews I have ever done for Punk Science was in 2008 with Iain McNay of Conscious TV.
It has been shown many times on television channels such as Edge Media TV on Sky amongst others.

What you might not know is that Iain McNay is involved in the music industry and has had a lot of dealings with punk music. So before the cameras started rolling, we had a great chat about music and discovered a shared love of Courtney’s Love’s work – which is grossly underestimated in both our opinions.

Later Ian McNay actually named Punk Science as one of his favourite books of all time which is a great honour especially considering how many authors he interviews!

The interview itself features insights on how the Black Hole Principle came to be as well as musings on the nature of consciousness and quantum physics. You can see the interview here.

Enjoy!

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