Sunday, October 23, 2016





The book, LIGHTNING IN HIS HAND. THE LIFE STORY OF NIKOLA TESLA by Ines Hunt and Wanetta V. Draper (Omni Publications), devotes an entire chapter to Tesla’s death ray design. The description of Tesla’s death ray is very similar to the description of the Soviet particle beam weapon. Hunt and Draper reported that news of Tesla’s death ray appeared in a Colorado Springs paper on May 30, 1924. “The news story told of the invention of an invisible ray, developed by Tesla, which was capable of stopping airplanes in mid flight, an invention which had come about through improvements on Tesla’s Colorado Springs discoveries.”
The book stated that in 1934, an Associated Press report quoted Tesla as “saying that his ray was based on an entirely new principle of physics. He … claimed that his bean could destroy 10,000 planes at a distance of two hundred and fifty miles. … The beam was only one one-hundred-millionth centimeter.” Tesla stated that his bean could create, “a veritable Chinese wall around the country, and could defend the United States against all foes.” “His beam,” he claimed, “could melt any engine, whether driven by diesel or gasoline or oil, and THERE WAS NO POSSIBLE DEFENSE AGAINST IT.”
Hunt and Draper continued, “The ray was described as the most important of all Tesla’s inventions so far. It was said that IT COULD SEND CONSECRATED BEAMS OF PARTICLES THROUGH FREE AIR, and could cause armies of millions to drop dead in their tracks. …
The Tesla ray involved four new inventions: one, comprising an apparatus for producing rays and other manifestations of energy in free air, eliminating the high vacuum necessary for producing such rays and beans; the second, a method for producing great electrical forces and the third, a plan for amplifying this process in the second invention; and the fourth, a new method of producing a tremendous repelling force. … The voltages to be employed were fifty million volts, catapulted for destruction. The entire process was labeled, by Tesla, ‘TELEFORCE’.”
What potential threat does EMP attack pose? An electromagnetic pulse (sometimes abbreviated EMP) is a burst of electromagnetic radiation. The abrupt pulse of electromagnetic radiation usually results from certain types of high energy explosions, especially a nuclear explosion, or from a suddenly fluctuating magnetic field.
The resulting rapidly changing electric fields and magnetic fields may couple with electrical/electronic systems to produce damaging current and voltage surges. n military terminology, a nuclear bomb detonated hundreds of miles above the Earth’s surface is known as a high-altitude electromagnetic pulse (HEMP) device. Effects of a HEMP device depend on a very large number of factors, including the altitude of the detonation, energy yield, gamma ray output, interactions with the Earth’s magnetic field, and electromagnetic shielding of targets.
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American and Soviet planners realized that an EMP effect could be used to win a nuclear war. As described , EMP could be used to disrupt or destroy an enemy’s nuclear arsenal. Realizing this potential, the Soviet Union and the United States both developed super-EMP bombs. These weapons produce intense gamma radiation, enhancing the EMP effect so that hardened or protected weapon systems can still be damaged.

After successful tests the Russians deployed an unknown number of EMP warheads. On its side, the United States failed to deploy its own version of the super-EMP weapon. Russia Deploys Feared EMP Weapons, Orders Troops To “Staggered Defense” Positions – Days of Darkness: Russia attacks With Electo Magnetic Pulse