The Nikola Tesla story makes for compulsive reading

Posted: March 30, 2021 in The Orphan Conspiracies
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Imagine for a moment a reality where all the technologies futurists have predicted have already been invented and are currently being used by a privileged few. Skeptical? Look no further than Nikola Tesla, aka the Electric Magician. Many secret technologies are rumored to be based on the works of this brilliant Croatian-born Serbian-American scientist, inventor, physicist and electrical engineer.

The Electric Magician…scientist extraordinaire

Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) was, in the view of many, history’s most underrated scientist. His astounding official achievements in the scientific field are too many to list here. We summarize the Tesla story in our book The Orphan Conspiracieshttps://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00J4MPFT6/ It provides insights into the conspiracy theories that feature in our international thriller series The Orphan Trilogyhttps://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BGGM05U/

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As revolutionary as Tesla’s known inventions and experiments sound, it’s his long-rumored suppressed inventions that have spawned countless theories. There have been numerous reports of scientific inventions that never saw the light of day even though they were ready to go on the market.

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