A look at the years of Tesla's death and birth, as well as the room number in the New Yorker where he passed away, reveals some fascinating commentary on this phenomenal inventor whose work is still being brought into fruition to transform our world -- again.
by Sterling D. Allan
February 15, 2010
A couple of days ago while watching Bedini's
oscilloscope videos on YouTube, documenting more energy coming out than what
went in due to the Tesla switch he is using, I clicked on a short video called Nikola
Tesla - The Forgotten Wizard. It's an excellent synopsis of the
life of the hero of the free energy movement.
I was delighted to see that it has over a million views. I added it to our Tesla Directory and PowerPedia pages at PESWiki. The Alphabetics commentary I have uncovered on Nikola Tesla ties strongly into the content of this excellent synopsis video. Here is is.
It points out that when Nikola
Tesla revealed to JP Morgan that his Wardenclyffe tower would not only
transmit communications across the ocean, but would also enable wireless
transmission of free electricity to any point on the planet, JP Morgan became
livid and pulled the plug on the finances for the project. Such a project
was anathema to the sensibilities of Morgan who could not see how such a thing
could be metered whereby he could become even more stinking wealthy than he
already was, nor would it help him in his plans to help enslave the
Morgan, who the documentary describes as "the devil himself", was part of a cabal in those days, which today has nearly accomplished its objective of establishing a dictatorial New World Order.
The documentary mentioned (at time stamp 1:19) the room number in the New Yorker where Tesla passed away, marginalized and penniless.
Being in the middle of doing a write-up on the year 2012 in Alphabetics Bible Code, I thought to look up that room number -- 3327 -- and see what commentary the code might convey. Here's an excerpt from the definition in the New Testament Lexicon:
3327 metabaino To pass or go from one place to another.
Syn.: hupago, to depart; aperchomai, to go away; poreuomai, to go one's way...
That certainly is directly relevant.
Now for some commentary. Word 3327 is very close in vicinity to word 3323 Messias, perhaps endorsing the significance of his work, "in the midst, with, among" (3326).
Word 3327 in the Old Testament lexicon is:
3327 Isaac laughter, mockery
The meaning of that word certainly fits what his life had come to at the time
of his passing, because he was so far ahead of his time and the small thinking
of men who wished to use their talents to enrich themselves and not think of the
welfare of humanity.
Also, Isaac, son of Abraham, is the great patriarch from which the Arab nations claim their lineage. This is relevant to Tesla in that the technology he sought to bring forward in the latter part of his life would have made oil obsolete as a fuel source; and will yet have that effect now that a number of inventors are having success in replicating and characterizing the various technologies spurned during Tesla's lifetime.
I share this with you, my alt energy associates, in hopes that seeing this application of the Alphabetics code which I discovered, to a person you revere, that you might see that there is something to the code, and perhaps take some time to read through the 2012 in Alphabetics Bible Code article I posted earlier today.
While it does touch on alternative energy, it's message is more broad about the transition of society in general and across all fields, including energy. I think you'll find it worth your while, and I'll be curious to know your input.
Nikola Tesla's funeral in NY, Jan. 1943. His casket was draped over with both the US and Serbian flags.
Feb. 16, 2010 6:45 AM Mountain
This morning, seeing Nikola Tesla's year of passing, 1943, I thought I'd look that up to see what commentary the Alphabetics code might have on it.
Here is word 1943 in the NT lexicon:
1943 epikeimai To cover over.
Well that certainly fits, and is a complimentary tribute on his significance
from the alphabetics code.
The next word, 1944, means "Accursed, under a curse, doomed to punishment", which seems a commentary on the loss the world experienced by turning their backs on the phenomenal technologies that Tesla was working on in the last half of his life. The technologies he brought forth in the first half of his life: AC power, radio, wireless communications, have formed the bedrock of modern civilization. Just think how much further ahead we would be as a civilization if we had also adopted his wireless power that would provide free energy from the aether to any spot on the planet, instead of becoming addicted to oil as we did. If we had adopted his death ray technology, war could have become obsolete because of each nation's ability to defend themselves.
Though Tesla's objective was to better mankind, those who were financing him had very different objectives. Hence his technology was not developed at that time.
Still today, hundreds of phenomenal clean, free energy technologies lie languishing for lack of financial support because those with money either lack the courage to take the risk, the patience to see the technology through the necessary steps of development, or their terms are too greedy. Granted, sometimes the inventors are the impediment because their terms are too ridiculous, or they can't even be sat down long enough to talk about or make sense of reasonable terms.
Being in the region of 1943, and dates of significance, one's mind certainly turns to World War II, which wrapped up in 1945. Here's word 1945 in the NT lexicon (excerpt):
1945 epikeimai To rest upon, to be laid upon. metaphorically meaning to be laid upon, imposed upon, e.g., necessity; by law. By implication, to lie heavy upon, press upon with a dat. Of a tempest, used in an absolute sense (metaphorically to .. be urgent with entreaties).
Syn. epipipto, to fall upon; anapipto, to fall back; enedreuo, to lie in wait for; anakeimai, to recline.
Given the atomic bomb release, the phrase "a tempest, used in an
absolute sense" certainly needs no explanation. And most of the rest
of the definition likewise is obviously applicable and needs no elaboration.
However, I didn't understand what "press upon with a dat" meant. What is "dat"? so I looked it up in my huge Webster's dictionary. "dat" is short for "dative: marking typically the indirect object of a verb". Besides getting clarification, one of the explanations seemed especially poignant in the context of atomic warfare, especially considering the phrasing that immediately follows "dat" in the definition above:
dative: 3 of chemical bonds : formed by donation of a pair of electrons by one atom.
Don't ask me how all these codes come together like this, having their
formation from such disparate times and places, but there is no doubt that there
is something going on in these alphabetics codes that merits attention.
The next word in the NT lexicon seems to provide commentary about the direction the world then went following WWII. Instead of turning to God and his peace, they turned to the UN, Darwinism, and worldliness.
1946 Epikoureios An Epicurean... Their doctrines held that the world came into being and will be dissolved by chance...; the soul dies with the body; there is no future retribution; man's chief happiness lies in pleasure or bodily ease. It created a frame of mind hostile to all religion, particularly to the serious doctrines of the gospel.
I'm not saying that I don't believe in the science of evolution, for I
do. What I don't buy is that evolution is contrary to God, and that it's
either God or evolution, not both, which is how Darwinism was hoisted on the
Word 1945 (end of WWII) in the OT lexicon seems to cap off these commentaries:
1945 howy onomatopoet. 1) of threatening, ho!, woe!, "woe to the sinful nation"; 2) of lamenting, alas!, "alas! my brother!", 3) of admonishing: ho!
Word 1943 (Tesla's death year), hovah, means: "misfortune,
Given how poignant the correlation for Tesla's passing was in the Alphabetics code, I was curious to look up Tesla's birth year, 1956. Here is the definition for word 1856 in the NT lexicon (excerpt):
1856 exotheo To drive out, expel; to drive or thrust a ship out of the sea into a creek or onto the shore. ..to thrust away, cast off.
Syn.: ekballo, to cast forth
Certainly, the idea of launching is an appropriate metaphor for birth.
But along with that metaphor is some interesting commentary in how it is worded
in this case. "To drive or thrust a ship out of the sea ... onto the
shore" (kind of the opposite direction one usually associates with
"casting off") calls to mind that Tesla was born in Croatia and
immigrated to the US to do his life's work, where he came into great popularity
but then ultimately, he was expelled by the devils of his day, especially JP
The name "Tesla" transliterated into Greek inserts alphabetically between words 5061 and 5062. Word 5061, Tertullos is derived from the word before it,
5060 Tertios Tertius, meaning the third.
That certainly is applicable, given Tesla's obsession with things needing to
be divisible by three, as mentioned in the above documentary.
Ironically, the fifteen words that follow the insertion point of Tesla's name all have to do with "four", having the roots: tessa and tetra.
Speaking of personality quirks, word 5060 through 5063 in the OT lexicon tie in to Tesla's obsession with gloves and not shaking people's hands:
5060 naga to touch
5061 nega stroke, blow; 2) a mark, or spot in the skin, whether a scab, or eruption, or leprosy
5062 nagaph to smite, especially used of Jehovah striking men with some plague, with sickness, or death
5063 negeph a plague from God
The name Nikola, transliterated into Greek, inserts alphabetically between
words 3530 and 3531 in the NT lexicon. The words in that vicinity are
derivatives of word "3529, nike victory," pointing to
Tesla's ultimate destiny of his best technologies (free energy, etc) arising
victoriously and no longer being suppressed.
of Tesla's best
friends was Mark Twain, who the above documentary mentions first in the list
of "glitterati" who flocked to visit Tesla. In my 2012 write up
the other day, in talking about the resonance
of numbers and how it is manifest in the resonance of birthdays, I mentioned
that I share a birthday with Mark Twain, who was also born on Nov. 30 (good
thing 30 is divisible by 3). I find this personally satisfying in that I
would consider myself also a friend of Tesla, having made my life's work of the
past 8 years immersed in helping bring forward free energy technologies,
featuring Tesla as the foremost hero of the cause. See, for example, our
home page at PESWiki.com. I looked just
now, and our PowerPedia
page on Tesla is the 33rd most popular
page on our site. 33 is certainly divisible by three. I'm sure Tesla
would be pleased at that.
On Feb. 21, 2010, 2:25 pm, Sterling wrote:
Today I was closing down programs so I could install a DVD player on my
computer, and I came across a task I wanted to finish before closing things
down. I wanted to add a couple of good comments to the 2012
in Alphabetics write-up. When I went there, then clicked through to
the Tesla page to see how many visits there were on that page (2020), then came
back to the 2012 page, I grinned when I saw that it was 2050. My favorite
number is 25.
Here's a screen grab from what was on the screen:
I also grinned when I looked at the clock to enter the time of my post, and
the digital time readout said 2:25.
On Feb. 28, 2010, 9:30 am, Sterling wrote:
That evening, when I got in my car to drive home (my wife had been on various errands up north that day while I hung out with the kids at my parent's house), I looked down at the odometer and commented to my wife, "Hey, it's going to be ..225xy all the way home!", noting that the last two unchanging digits would be "25".
Then, as we pulled into our driveway at home, I noticed the odometer again. Here is what is showed:
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The numbering of words in the Old and New Testament was established by James
Strong in Strong's Concordance,
published in 1894. His numbering
system is the standard used by most OT & NT lexographers.
The specific NT Lexicon I use primarily is The Complete Word Study Dictionary by Spiros Zodhiates, AMG Publishers, 1992.
The OT Lexicon I use primarily is Gesenius' Hebrew-Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament by H.W.F. Gesenius, Baker Books, 1979.
The huge Webster's dictionary mentioned at the end is: Webster's New International Dictionary, 3rd Ed., Unabridged; G. & C. Merriam Company (established, 1831), Springfield 2, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; 1961.
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