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10 Fascinating, Extremely Rare Images of Nikola Tesla

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10 Fascinating, Extremely Rare Images of Nikola Tesla

Nikola Tesla is the most unappreciated scientists, inventor and researchers to ever live on our planet. He was responsible for coming up with the idea of the Alternating current and AC motor still in use today. In fact, over 90 percent of his inventions are being used today or are parts of other end products of the 21st century. Tesla’s High-Frequency generators and transformers are still used today, and he is the inventor who came up with the Radio and Antenna mast long before Marconi and Popov.

Tesla’s main goal was the world with free and unlimited energy, and if his projects weren’t sabotaged the way they were, today our civilization would most likely be traveling among the stars.

Today, regrettably, his, inventions and patents are kept away from society. However, that isn’t the worst part of the story. Regrettably, Tesla continues to be absent from history books, and many people are still unaware of his inventions and products.

At a young age, Tesla became fascinated with electricity. He was determined that one day, he would harness the power of the Universe in benefit of all living creatures.

He is the man who harnessed lightning; he was a true genius, he envisioned new technologies far before their time and claimed to have had contact with extraterrestrial beings. He was the ultimate mad scientists and deserves much more respect and room in history books.

As part of our little initiative to bring Tesla back into history, we have searched for extremely rare images of Tesla. We have managed to discover dozens of extremely fascinating images of Nikola Tesla, which will allow us to travel back in time and understand more about this genius and how he lived over 100 years ago.


One of our favorite images of Tesla.  In this photograph, Tesla looks out the door of his laboratory in Colorado Springs. The image was taken in 1899.

One of our favorite images of Tesla.
In this photograph, Tesla looks out the door of his laboratory in Colorado Springs. The image was taken in 1899.


Tesla near his transmitter in Colorado Springs. The device was capable of transmitting millions of volts of electricity over great distances without wires. The image was taken in 1899.

Tesla near his transmitter in Colorado Springs. The device was capable of transmitting millions of volts of electricity over great distances without wires. The image was taken in 1899.


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Tesla experiments with currents of High Voltage and High Frequency in 1899.


 A glow of nitrogen fills the atmosphere. Tesla is photographed sitting in front of his generator. This photograph was taken in 1899.

A glow of nitrogen fills the atmosphere. Tesla is photographed sitting in front of his generator. This photograph was taken in 1899.


Nikola Tesla and his invention

Pictured here is Nikola Tesla and one of his inventions. This image was taken in 1916.

Nikola Tesla photographed working in his office at 8 West 40th Street. The image was taken in 1916.

Nikola Tesla photographed working in his office at 8 West 40th Street. The image was taken in 1916.


This image shows a gas-filled phosphor coated light bulb which Tesla developed in the 1890’s. Half a century later fluorescent lamps came into use. Tesla was way ahead of his time.

This image shows a gas-filled phosphor coated light bulb which Tesla developed in the 1890’s. Half a century later fluorescent lamps came into use. Tesla was way ahead of his time.


An image of Nikola Tesla sitting and reading in front of a spiral coil of his high-voltage transformer.

An image of Nikola Tesla sitting and reading in front of a spiral coil of his high-voltage transformer.


Tesla performs a test as he carries a lamp a few meters from the generator, but it continues to shine. The image was taken in 1898.

Tesla performs a test as he carries a lamp a few meters from the generator, but it continues to shine. The image was taken in 1898.


Pictured here is Nikola Tesla during a demonstration of “wireless” transmission of electricity in the Houston Street laboratory in March 1899.

Pictured here is Nikola Tesla during a demonstration of “wireless” transmission of electricity in the Houston Street laboratory in March 1899.

Ivan
Ivan is editor-in-chief at ancient-code.com, he also writes for Universe Explorers. You may have seen him appear on the Discovery and History Channel.
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