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Nikola Tesla on the cover of Time magazine on July 20, 1931
Nikola Tesla on the cover of Time magazine on July 20, 1931

The Teslascope was a radio transmitter designed by Serbian scientist Nikola Tesla with the intention of communicating with extraterrestrial life on other planets. It received publicity after Tesla's statement on the device was published by Time magazine in their July 20, 1931 issue celebrating Tesla's 75th birthday. (Inventor of Dreams; W. Bernard Carlson; Scientific American; March 2005, p. 85.)

"[I have conceived] a means that will make it possible for man to transmit energy in large amounts, thousands of horsepower, from one planet to another, absolutely regardless of distance. I think that nothing can be more important than interplanetary communication. It will certainly come some day. and the certitude that there are other human beings in the universe, working, suffering, struggling, like ourselves, will produce a magic effect on mankind and will form the foundation of a universal brotherhood that will last as long as humanity itself." -- Nikola Tesla ("Tesla at 75"; Time; July 20, 1931)

In his book, The wall of light: Nikola Tesla and the Venusian space ship, the X-12 Arthur H. Matthews wrote that Tesla had created the Teslascope in order to communicate with extraterrestrials on the planet Mars. [1] Matthews reiterated this in an interview with Dr. Andrija Puharichthat, which was later published in the Pyramid Guide:

"[Arthur Matthews] came from England. Matthews' father was a laboratory assistant to the noted physicist Lord Kelvin back in the 1890s. Tesla came over to England to meet Kelvin to convince him that alternating current was more efficient than direct current. Kelvin at that time opposed the AC movement. In 1902, the Matthews family left England and immigrated to Canada. When Matthew's was 16 his father arranged for him to apprentice under Tesla. He eventually worked for him and continued this alliance until Tesla's death in 1943. It is not generally known, but Tesla actually had two huge magnifying transmitters built in Canada, and Matthews operated one of them. Most people know about the Colorado Springs transmitters and the unfinished one on Long Island. I saw the two Canadian transmitters. All the evidence is there. [The Teslascope is] the thing Tesla invented to communicate with beings on other planets. There's a diagram of the Teslascope in Matthew's book [The Wall of Light]. In principle, it takes in cosmic ray signals. Eventually the signals are stepped down to audio. Speak into one end, and the signal goes out the other end as a cosmic ray emitter." [2]

Hyperdimensional Oscillator

The Hyperdimensional Oscillatorâ„¢ is a device designed by Life Technology, which they claim is based on the Teslascope.

Life Technology claims that their oscillator is "a transducer, capable of converting the high frequency of cosmic rays to an energy field which can interface with the human mind."

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