Nikola Tesla - the number 9 among his contemporaries

By Pankaj / Frank van den Bovenkamp, Oct 28, 2015

The Serbia born Nikola Tesla (1856-1943), called the Father of Electricity, was more of an inventor than a scientist pur sang. But he also had a large heart for humanity and a brilliant intuition. So that is why he was able to get the maximum out of his extra-ordinary lab experiments.

A famous and somewhat mystifying quote of Tesla is: "If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe”.

Speaking in electrical terms, this statement appears to be somewhat isolated. We may never know for sure what he meant by it. What we do know is that, while experimenting in his laboratory with pulsative electricity, he observed a strange phenomenon which he himself called "Radiant Energy". It appeared to be related to, but behaved completely different than electricity. Being an intuitional person, Tesla had come to realize that this Radiant Energy not only exists within, but is the very activating factor of all particles, of all atoms and molecules of the physical world. It even appeared to make the metallic lattice create, rather than merely transport, electrons. At the same time Tesla realized that Radiant Energy exists all by itself - it is everywhere in abundance, and unlike normal electricity, its infinitisimal particles could penetrate all barriers and travel great distances, instantaneously, longitudinally and without diminishing in force.

Now, Nikola Tesla was in a constant battle with Thomas Alfa Edison. Edison was an innovating industrialist, and whereas Tesla worked for the future, for Edison making money was his major "Leitmotiv". The outcome of the battle we can now see everywhere around us - today's history has proven Nikola Tesla right. Another contemporary of Edison was Albert Einstein. Einstein was a theoretical physicist, a pure scientist, or as we say a real "Beta" thinker. Einstein is most famed for his relativity theory, but also made milestone contributions in the field of particle physics. It was for the latter that he received the Nobel Price. Einstein was not only a scientist, but also a religiously minded person and peace advocate. Later in his life, Einstein set out on a never-ending quest for a grand unified theory.

It was Tesla who realised that the mysterious factor he had discovered exists at the same time complementary to the physical world, and is the source of it all. At the same time, with his pulsative electricity, he had discovered how to bridge the gap between the two. This spark of insight, bridging the known with the unknown, the world of matter with the abstract, truly spanned the whole Gamma of science.

So this was the Alfa - Beta - Gamma of Tesla's time, or in Nikola Tesla's own words, the 3, 6 and 9 forming the key to the Universe.

"The gift of mental power comes from God, divine Being, and if we concentrate our minds on that truth,
we become in tune with this great power.."
- Nikola Tesla

"I think, by dint of our spiritual sadhana, rather our physico-psycho-spiritual sadhana, our minds will develop
in all [their] strata, and the power of conception, the power of conceiving, will also develop, and with that
developed conceiving power, we will know all the secrets of these microvita."
- P.R. Sarkar


"Today's scientists have substituted mathematics for experiments, and they wander off through equation
after equation, and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality." - Nikola Tesla

"Though this microvita research is to be done within the inner mind, inside idea, inside spirit, tests are
to be started in physical laboratories". - P.R. Sarkar


“Invention is the most important product of man's creative brain. The ultimate purpose is the complete mastery
of mind over the material world, the harnessing of human nature to human needs.” - Nikola Tesla

Now, there should be extensive research work regarding this microvitum or these microvita. Our task is gigantic
and we are to start our research work regarding these microvita immediately without any further delay, otherwise
many problems in modern society will not be solved in a nice way. - P.R. Sarkar


"There is no energy in matter other than that obtained from the environment."
- Nikola Tesla

"Some intellectuals are of the opinion that matter is bottled-up energy. No, matter is not bottled-up energy.
The characteristics and different wonts and specialties of energy are quite different from those of matter.
The mass of matter has got nothing to do with energy."
- P.R. Sarkar


"The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one one decade
than in all the previous centuries of its existence."
- Nikola Tesla

"When research into the crude and the subtle part of atoms proceed together, then only will there be great
benefit for the entire creation."
- P.R. Sarkar

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