In Part I Bearden presents a theory of scalar electrostatic potential that he
developed in an attempt to explain the results achieved by Tesla earlier this century. It
also applies to various natural physical phenomena such as earth stress lights and ball
lightning. Part II contains a number of articles compiled by John Ratzlaff, presented in the same style as
Tesla Said. This offering includes important material about the Rogers underground wireless
system used by the Navy during WWI and which is acknowledged as having incorporated design
principals laid down by Nikola Tesla.
The long-searched-for Tesla secrets have been solved by Tom Bearden.
Part I contains the specific description of the solutions to Tesla's secrets and the Soviet Tesla weapons.
The present electromagnetic theory has several flaws, and it is these errors that have hidden the long-sought unified field theory.
The explanations presented by the author provide clarity and understanding to related Tesla writings and patents.
Before the turn of the century, Nikola Tesla had discovered and was utilizing a new type of electric wave.
Tesla repeatedly stated that his waves were non-Hertzian, and that his wireless transmissions did not fall off as the square of the distance.
The author has found that the wave which Tesla was using is a longitudinal scalar wave, capable of many times the speed of light.
When coupled with another scalar wave (Tesla wave), the resulting vector wave can be the source of electromagnetic energy for electrical power, a protective force field, or a destructive weapon.
The booklet is well illustrated with special drawings by Hal Crawford. The bibliography includes corroborating information on all major points. Part II presents reprints or the entire subject matter of selected articles from the bibliography, plus additional references of importance. Articles are arranged in chronological order.
Also included are nine patents by James Harris Rogers which were the basis of successful wireless communication during World War I.
These principles of underground and sub-sea wireless were based on Tesla's discoveries.
Bearden's solutions are truly a major breakthrough, and an absolute necessity to the understanding of existing Tesla writings.
It is also important that more should be known of this extraordinary individual, Thomas E. Bearden.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Solutions to Tesla's Secrets and the Soviet Tesla Weapons
Reference Articles for Solutions to Tesla's Secrets
Bottone, A., "Nikola Tesla's New Wireless," Electrical Engineer, London, Dec. 24,1909.
"Tesla's New Device Like Bolts of Thor," N. Y. Times, Dec. 8, 1915.
Secor, H. Winfield, "Tesla's Views on Electricity and the War," Electrical Experimenter, Aug., 1917.
Tesla, Nikola, "The Effect of Statics on Wireless Transmission," Electrical
Experimenter, Jan., 1919.
Gernsback, H., "Underground Wireless," Electrical Experimenter, March, 1919, Secor H. Winfield, "America's Greatest War Invention, The Rogers Underground Wireless,"
Electrical Experimenter, March, 1919.
Tesla, Nikola, "Tesla on High Frequency Generators," Electrical
Tesla, Nikola, "The True Wireless," Electrical Experimenter, May, 1919.
Tesla, Nikola, "My Inventions, v. The Magnifying Transmitter," Electrical
Experimenter, June, 1919.
"The Rogers Underground Aerial For Amateurs," Electrical Experimenter, June,1919.
"A Giant Eye to See Round the World," Albany Telegram, Feb. 25, 1923, Tesla, Nikola, "'World System' of Wireless Transmission of Energy"
Telegraph and Telephone Age, Oct. 16, 1927.
Secor, H. Winfield, "Tesla Maps Out Our Electrical Future," Science and
Invention, April, 1930.
Tesla, Nikola, "Man's Greatest Achievement, N. Y. American, July 6, 1930.
"Tesla at 75," Time, July 20, 1931.
Gernsback, Hugo, "Faster Than Light," Everyday Science and Mechanics, Nov., 1931.
"No High Speed Limit, Says Tesla," The Literary Digest, Nov. 7, 1931.
O'Neill, John J., "Tesla Cosmic Ray Motor May Transmit Power 'Round Earth,"
Brooklyn Eagle, July 10, 1932.
"Tesla, 76, Reports His Talents At Peak," N. Y. Times, July 10,1932.
Tesla, Nikola, "Pioneer Radio Engineer Gives views on Power," N. Y. Herald
Tribune, Sept., 11,1932.
Bird, Carol, "Tremendous New Power Soon to be Unleashed," Kansas City
Journal-Post, Sept. 10,1933.
"Tesla 'Harnesses' Cosmic Energy," Philadelphia Public Ledger, Nov. 2, 1933.
"Tesla Sees Evidence Radio and Light are Sound," N. Y. Times, April 8,1934.
"Invents Peace Ray," N. Y. Sun, July 10, 1934.
"Death-Ray Machine Described," N. Y. Sun, July 11, 1934.
"Tesla, at 78, Bares New 'Death-Beam'," N. Y. Times, July 11, 1934.
Alsop, Joseph W., Jr., "Beam to Kill Army at 200 Miles, Tesla's Claim," N. Y. Herald
Tribune, July 11, 1934
Tesla, Nikola, "Tesla on Power Development and Future Marvels," N. Y. World
Telegram, July 24, 1934.
Wilshimer, Helen, "Dr. Tesla Visions the End of Aircraft in War," Every Week
Magazine, Oct. 21, 1934.
"A Machine to End War," by Nikola Tesla as told to George Sylvester Viereck,
Liberty, Feb., 1935.
"Tesla Predicts Ships Powered by Shore Beam," N. Y. Herald Tribune, June 5, 1935.
"3 Tesla Inventions," N. Y. Sun July 9, 1935.
Sparling, Earl, "Nikola Tesla, at 79, Uses Earth to Transmit Signals; Expects to Have $100,000,000 within Two Years,"
N. Y. World Telegram, July 11, 1935.
"Tesla's Controlled Earthquake," N. Y. America, July 11, 1935.
"Tesla, 79, Promises to Transmit Force," N. Y. Times, July 11, 1935.
Tesla, Nikola, "Expanding Sun Will Explode Someday Tesla Predicts," N. Y. Herald
Tribune, Aug. 18, 1935.
"Tesla, 80, Reveals New Power Device," N. Y. Times, July 11, 1936.
.'Sending of Messages to Planets Predicted by Dr. Tesla on Birthday," N. Y.
Times, July 11, 1937.
"Tesla Has Plan to Signal Mars," N. Y. Sun, July 12,1937.
"In the Realm of Science: Tesla, Who Predicted Radio, Now Looks Forward to Sending Waves to the Moon,"
N. Y. Herald Tribune, Aug. 22, 1937.
"Aerial Defense 'Death-Beam' Offered to U. S. By Tesla," Baltimore Sun, July 12, 1940.
"'Death Ray' for Planes," N. Y. Times, Sept. 22, 1940.
"Proposing the 'Death Ray' for Defense," Philadelphia Inquirer, Oct. 20, 1940.
Swezey, Kenneth M., "Nikola Tesla," Science, May 16, 1958.
"Cableless Power," Electronics (Digest), July 22, 1960.
"Fireballs for Defense?," Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 7, 1962.
Lagus, George W., "The Use of Ground in High-Frequency Circuits," Radio-TV and Science and
Electronics, June-July, 1969.
Jamison, S. L., "Life Energy," Probe" The Unknown, June, 1973.
Jueneman, Frederic B., "The First Law of Thermodynamics," Industrial
Research, Feb., 1974.
Wade, Nicholas, "Charged Debate Erupts over Russian Beam Weapons," Science, May 27, 1977.
Benford, Gregory, "Zeus in Orbit," Omni, Sept., 1981.
JAMES HARRIS ROGERS' PATENTS
(In order of patent application date)
958,829, Method and Apparatus for Producing High Frequency Oscillating Currents. James H. Rogers. Filed Jan. 20, 1910.
1,220,005, Wireless Signaling System. James Harris Rogers and Henry H. Lyon. Filed Nov. 10, 1916.
1,322,622, Wireless Signaling System, James H. Rogers and Henry H. Lyon, Filed Nov. 10, 1916.
1,349,103, Radiosignaling System. James Harris Rogers. Filed May 2, 1917.
1,315,862, Radiosignaling System. James Harris Rogers. Filed Jan. 17, 1918.
1,349,104, Radiosignaling System. James Harris Rogers. Filed Jan. 17, 1918.
1,303,729, Wireless Signaling System. James Harris Rogers. Filed Jan. 10, 1919.
1,303,730, Radiosignaling System. James Harris Rogers. Filed Jan. 11, 1919.
1,316,188, Radiosignaling System. James H. Rogers. Filed Mar. 28, 1919.