Wardenclyffe Tower, Tesla's Idea about electrical control of rain falls. From the book "Tesla" by Dr. Branimir Jovanovic.
The pyramids are built over aquifers inside limestone layers. Unique layers of rock transmit electricity upward known as physioelectricity. The gold capstone facilitated a conductive path for the transfer of negative ions to the ionosphere. This way, a useable current was generated. An identical form of this technology was built into the Wardenclyffe Tower by Nicola Tesla.`
The Wardenclyffe tower, also called a "magnifying transmitter," was meant to be the start of a global system for wireless telecommunications and a national system of towers broadcasting power instead of supplying electricity through a current grid system, users would simply "receive" power through antennas on their roofs. The source of energy was alleged to come from the Earth's electromagnetic fields. The energy flux of a turning planet could be magnified and converted to electrical power.
1984-esque Tesla Model S amateur ad featuring narration from actual Nikola Tesla quotes [Video] • It’s impressive how many quality amateur commercials were produced for the Tesla Model S. Maybe it’s because of Tesla’s own lack of advertising or because of the company’s arguably altruistic mission which could be inspiring amateur filmmakers, but either way we are not complaining. Keep them coming. This latest ad titled “Not A Dream” was directed by the Freise Brothers. It has interesting…