Tesla and the Ether

During writing my book 'Etheric UFO Portals' in 2016, I received a channeled message from my Celestial Guide Sharlek.  In it, I was shown an image of what looked to be a printed out electrical circuit and within the design, I noticed something that I was very familiar with....the Swastika Stone symbol from Ilkley Moor, in Yorkshire, England. My research into Tesla allowed me to join many dots as to an invention that he was working on in private during his amazing life. The Teslascope was a device that he envisioned would allow humans to communicate with Extraterrestrial Beings from planets within our own solar system. In order for his device to work (which Tesla himself claimed it did, with frightening results!) he sought to work with Cosmic rays and turning them into sound waves. Even so, something seemed to be missing from his invention which may have brought about more positive results when trying to contact these other-worldly beings if it had been included. This was the famed 5th Element, better known as the vital life force, the Chi, the Vril, Orgone, and the Ether.

"My first observations positively terrified me as there was present in them something mysterious, not to say supernatural, and I was alone in my laboratory at night"

- Nikola Tesla working with early versions of the Teslascope in 1901.

 

Nikola Tesla has been recognised as the inventor of the radio since 1943. The FCD is a tribute to that little-known fact. The simple crystal radio circuit in it makes accessing the etheric realms possible, producing  verbal communications  & other spooky sounds by responding to input from several sources. It is non-powered, so no batteries are required!

This radio's basic L-C (Inductor-Capacitor) circuit would be similar to what Tesla would have experimented with in his early days and advanced through his work with the Teslascope later in his life.

UNDERSTANDING the ether

"The suggestion that the fifth element was likely to be the elusive Ether originated with Plato and Aristotle:  Plato obscurely remarked about the fifth Platonic Solid, the dodecahedron, "...the god used for arranging the constellations on the whole heaven" (Timaeus 55). That remark led the great astronomer Johannes Kepler (1571-1630) into an absurd series of speculations about how the orbits of the planets, whose nature for the first time he had accurately understood, corresponded to the Platonic solids. Kepler imagined that nesting the solids inside each other would produce the ratios that he had independently posited in his Third Law of planetary motion. That didn't work. But Plato himself didn't really know what else to do with the dodecahedron. Aristotle added a fifth element, aithér (aether in Latin, "ether" in English). Our word "quintessence" comes from a Latin expression for this -- the "fifth essence." Aristotle thought that the heavens were made of this element. But he had no interest in matching it with Plato's fifth solid, even though it didn't fit in with his scheme of opposites for the other four elements." (From Etheric UFO Portals )