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Is Nikola Tesla Really An Ancient Being?


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#1 trevncyn

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Posted 19 October 2005 - 10:27 AM

Did you know of Teslar the Chosen who comes Again and Again? He was said to have great skill with the elements as far back as 600 B.C. Tesla is his most recently known 'incarnation.'

This 'man,' responsible for the technology behind the Philidelphia Expirment and countless other innovations, is really a 'True Alchemist,' and is not entirely human.

In the year 585 B.C., a very small, highly elite group of Alchemists aspired to use their preternatural gifts to graft certain elements into their biological essences. It was an early and supernatural form of Genetic Engineering. The result...

Seemingly immortal beings with certain mental and physical powers that reflected the tincture of elements that they had assimilated.

These were the 'True Alchemists,' and after 15 years one rose up to slay the others, who stood against him in his claim for leadership in the thus far completely democratic group. That Alchemist's name was Tesslar.

Tesslar who had gained the most fascinating and potentially destructive power out of all of the misfits, for he grafted with elements of a conductive nature, and combining his psychic control of electricity with these highly sensitive intrapersonal superconductors gave him the ability to channel the electrical spirits of the netherworld and to control almost all kinds of matter. He was (and is) a superbeing.

The reports of Tesla's expiriments, draining the electrical output of entire towns? The things he attempted and succeeded in were aided, i tell you, by this preternatural power.

Teslar's immortality is a matter of record. He is by all accounts a sort of demon god currently residing in the jungles of Zaire.

There are portraits of the 'man' refered to as Tesla predating the falsified birth of this supposed gentleman by two-hundred years.  The picture is located at Teslar the Chosen Portrait 1721


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Posted 19 October 2005 - 01:03 PM

Is this your own theory or one you have heard from somewhere? Teslas life and death are all pretty well recorded. Granted I have heard other conspricey theories about him, but mostly involving UFOs and such. He did claim to get radio signals from Mars, and he did have some 'questionable' viewpoints.He may have invented some sort of death ray, though I have heard, was the precursor to lasers. And no doubt he was just brilliant and invented the things, or at least the grand-daddies of many of the electronics we use today. But that one is new. It is a bit "Highlander" though. (There can be only one!) And that portrait looks like a blurry colorized picture of Tesla picture, yes, from 1906. user posted imagePhotographed by Napoleon Sarony (1821-1896) Actually, alot of pictures of Telsa exist. He didn't live that long ago, in the scope of the world, and was quite a famous man even then.
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Heres one showing he did, in fact, get old..
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It is an interesting theory though.

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Posted 19 October 2005 - 02:00 PM

Interesting theory. Is it your opinion or did you read this somewhere? If so, I'd love to read the original. I remember hearing something similar but I don't know if it was about Tesla or not.
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Posted 19 October 2005 - 05:25 PM

I don't think him ancient but definately a great man.

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Posted 19 October 2005 - 07:56 PM

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Posted 20 October 2005 - 03:08 AM

QUOTE(trevncyn @ Oct 19 2005, 02:27 PM)
Did you know of Teslar the Chosen who comes Again and Again? He was said to have great skill with the elements as far back as 600 B.C. Tesla is his most recently known 'incarnation.'

This 'man,' responsible for the technology behind the Philidelphia Expirment and countless other innovations, is really a 'True Alchemist,' and is not entirely human.

In the year 585 B.C., a very small, highly elite group of Alchemists aspired to use their preternatural gifts to graft certain elements into their biological essences. It was an early and supernatural form of Genetic Engineering. The result...

Seemingly immortal beings with certain mental and physical powers that reflected the tincture of elements that they had assimilated.

These were the 'True Alchemists,' and after 15 years one rose up to slay the others, who stood against him in his claim for leadership in the thus far completely democratic group. That Alchemist's name was Tesslar.

Tesslar who had gained the most fascinating and potentially destructive power out of all of the misfits, for he grafted with elements of a conductive nature, and combining his psychic control of electricity with these highly sensitive intrapersonal superconductors gave him the ability to channel the electrical spirits of the netherworld and to control almost all kinds of matter. He was (and is) a superbeing.

The reports of Tesla's expiriments, draining the electrical output of entire towns? The things he attempted and succeeded in were aided, i tell you, by this preternatural power.

Teslar's immortality is a matter of record. He is by all accounts a sort of demon god currently residing in the jungles of Zaire.

There are portraits of the 'man' refered to as Tesla predating the falsified birth of this supposed gentleman by two-hundred years.  The picture is located at Teslar the Chosen Portrait 1721

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This sounds like science fiction to me. Misty's info is much more plausible. I looked at the exif info for that image and it's been photoshopped.
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Posted 20 October 2005 - 06:42 AM

Hey Trevncyn,
Would you mind terribly posting the original source of you information? It may help to clear things up a bit. smile.gif

It does sound like a very interesting theory, and I embarassed to say all that I know about Tesla, I learned from the band. blush.gif  laugh.gif

If he really was all powerful, my question is why did he allow Edison to wrong him the way he did?


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Posted 19 January 2006 - 11:50 PM

there's a lot more information on this floating around the web, in various forums etc.

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Posted 20 January 2006 - 12:47 AM

QUOTE(Turtles @ Oct 19 2005, 10:00 PM) View Post

Interesting theory. Is it your opinion or did you read this somewhere? If so, I'd love to read the original. I remember hearing something similar but I don't know if it was about Tesla or not.

You have read the original.  The opening post is copied and pasted from the site that the linked picture is hosted on - that's where the article is.  I can't find it anywhere else, and I can't find many discussions about it (those that I can find link back to that page).

Here is the site.  You'll find that the ridiculous article posted above is in good company there.

(Edited to remove link, since I figured out what's going on)

Edited by Lianachan, 20 January 2006 - 12:51 AM.

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Posted 20 January 2006 - 11:30 AM

yeah, you aren't supposed to link sites. but i googled it. strange stuff. i had read it on these other forums, which i can't link to, but its british i think called the supernatural world and also on another i don't recall. i just now googled it as i said and found the site you are talking about...

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Posted 19 July 2013 - 11:54 AM

Interesting story, but I don't think it's true.




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