Is This The Real Tesla Car Secret?

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Did Tesla Harness 200 V Of Free Energy To Power His 80 HP Pierce-Arrow Car?

The photo above shows a homemade omni directional antenna that is capable of long range WiFi broadcasting – but it can also harness EM energy in the air around us. Lightning is proof that there is abundant free energy in the air. A lightning bolt can have a charge of 3 billion volts and transmit 3000 amps – enough to power an average city for months.

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Here is the  secret that Tesla knew, that the physicists, oil companies and the elites don’t want you to know. At a mere 6′ above the ground there is a potential difference between the ground and that point of 200 V and at 3′ it is 100 V. That’s free electrical energy just waiting to be used if you know how to tap into it.

Tesla knew this way back in 1901 when he set out to demonstrate it to the world.

In 1901 Nikola Tesla began constructing the Wardenclyffe Tower (Tesla Tower). He understood ancient technology and set out to reeducate the World by demonstrating what the Egyptians knew and successfully built over 4000 years ago. If the Egyptians were to apply an insulating casing around the pyramids and reinstalled a capstone antenna (plated with an electricity conducting and transmitting metal like silver) their pyramids would once again harness, store and transmit wirelessly this free and unlimited electromagnetic energy. Even though they are thousands of years old they are still able to function today as electrical power generating power plants. Their main structure is fully intact.

Do you think the above Tesla patent drawing was use to power his electric car?

Over 80 years ago Nikola Tesla utilized a  6-foot vertical antenna rod and tapped into this free and infinite source of energy and powered a 80-horsepower alternating-current electric motor that he installed in a car.  Tesla was so successful in tapping into this free energy source that the electrical power harnessed was sufficient enough to power the electric motor and drive a converted (gasoline to electric) Pierce-Arrow at speeds of 90 m.p.h.

In 1932 (81 years ago) Dr Moray also successfully tapped into this free and infinite source of energy using a simple long wire antenna.  A long piece of insulated wire acts as an antenna. The very cheap long wire antenna captures electromagnetic energy.

An antenna is nothing more than a transducer that converts free electromagnetic (EM) energy into alternating current (AC electrical power) or vice-versa. There are two basic types: the receiving antenna, which intercepts free EM energy (RF) and delivers the AC current to electronic equipment (radios, TVs, computers, cell phone chargers, lights, generator motors, heaters, fans … ), and the transmitting antenna, which is fed with AC from electronic equipment and generates radiant energy.

The simplest antenna is a length of wire, connected at one end to a transmitter or receiver. More often, the radiating/receiving element is placed at a distance from the transmitter or receiver, and AC is delivered to or from the antenna by means of a transmission line, also called a feed line or feeder.  There is so much free energy in the air above that the use of longer wire antenna in excess of 500 feet or strung higher than head height can produce lethal amounts of electrical current

But what are we taught in school?  Or ask any electrician, you’ll be told that earth is a ground. It’s connected to the neutral wire in all electrical systems. But what is the earth really?

The Earth we stand on, walk run and play on is negative electrically charged and acts like a big spherical capacitor.The Department of National Resources in Canada estimates the Earth’s net charge to be between 400,000 and 500,000 coulombs, with an equal and opposite charge in the atmosphere.

If you would like to know more about this topic the original article contains a lot more excellent information. Here is the link .  Images in this post came from the original article.

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