Saturday, September 18, 2010

Nikola Tesla, T.H. Moray and Dr. Royal Rife

On Friday, September 17th, 2010, Jerry and I were discussing scientists whose work has been suppressed by the elitist anarchy at large. The following contains information and website I found useful, that will assist you in pursuing this topic further on your own.

Nikola Tesla

The following brief biographical sketch was written by Frank Germano ( Nikola Tesla was an American inventor and engineer, whose mastery of electricity came at a time when electricity was changing American life. Tesla is the unsung creator of the electric age, without whom our radio, auto ignition, telephone, alternating current power generation, alternating current transmission, radio, and television, would all have been impossible. He discovered the rotating magnetic field, the basis of most alternating-current machinery, and held more than 700 patents. His inventions make him one of the foremost pioneers in the distribution of electric energy. 

Dr. Royal Rife

This biographical sketch was taken from which seems to have a lot of free information about the work of Dr. Royal Rife and also the added option of being able to purchase a more thorough research kit about Dr. Rife's work for around $47 plus shipping. Back in 1915 in San Diego, a guy named Royal Raymond Rife was fresh out of college, and had already developed a boat motor that cracked out 2700 horsepower (he called it "Kitty Hawk the Fifth"), which shattered all records and secured an undefeated place in the Guiness Book of World Records for over 60 years. He also later developed what is still the world's most powerful light-based microscope (several times, each beating his own previous invention.) In fact, through Rife's life.....

T.H. Moray

T.H. Moray was an astounding scientist whose son put together a rather nice website chronicling his father's life and work. Here's a tidbit from the front page of T. Henry Moray developed over a thirty year period an energy device he called Radiant Energy, R.E., that delivered up to fifty thousand watts of power or enough to light a dozen homes at one time, in a unit not weighing fifty pounds. 

I found because it has a lot of useful information on an abundant array of scientists, whose works are relevant to here and now. The research is all free, but you can purchase it for less than $15 on a CD to use at home on your computer, and I think there are some extras on the CD as well.

Happy Hunting!


1 comment:

  1. Greetings freedom fireman/firewoman,
    A Rife link I found useful...see a photo of perhaps the only surviving Rife microscope...
    Also find here a useful tutorial on basic circuitry (ch. 12)and e-book on the world of free energy for beginners/homeschool...
    aka. rodney