The Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know About Nikola Tesla

Over the years, as more and more people begin to recognize the game being played in our society, Nikola Tesla and his story has been becoming more and more popular. This is natural as the increase in people educating themselves outside of the education system leads them to gaining knowledge and picking up bits of information that would otherwise stay hidden

When he died in New York City, the U.S. government confiscated his notes. Why? Were they trying to steal his technology? Did they ever relinquish the notes?

The morning after the inventor’s death, his nephew Sava Kosanovic hurried to his uncle’s residence. By the time he arrived, Tesla’s body had already been removed. Technical papers were missing as well as a black notebook he knew Tesla kept – a notebook with several hundred pages, some of which were marked “Government!”

P. E. Foxworth, assistant director of the New York FBI office, was called in to investigate. According to Foxworth, the government was “vitally interested” in preserving Tesla’s papers.

The life of Nikola Tesla is yet another example of how history can be manipulated by those in power. It’s a story of how a man who changed the world with his discoveries has been left out of the history books, out of the schools and out of the collective consciousness.

After all, there is no excuse. Tesla is the man who made it possible for us to have electricity in our homes. Tesla wired up entire cities. He transformed the way people live. To top it all off, he did everything he could to teach society how to create cheap and clean energy. Perhaps that’s why he was metaphorically buried while he was still alive and died poor, living in a hotel room. He threatened too many economic interests.

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Tesla had integrity. His aim was to improve the life of humanity and not his own lot in life. Nikola Tesla is a true inspiration.

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