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Lifestream Tue, Aug 31, 2010
For those interesting in Tesla's work, I suggest to read the book "The Nikola Tesla Treasury" which is a gathering of his many articles, letters to editors and lectures he did. It's a long reading because of the nature of these writings but definitively worth it. This book is all about Tesla himself and not about interpretation done by others. With this book, you will get a very good understanding of what Tesla was working on throughout his life. His many discoveries and understanding of this electric universe we live in. You can find many (if not all) of the writings found in this book on the following website ...http://www.tfcbooks.com/tesla/contents.htm

I would also suggest reading "Nikola Tesla: Colorado Springs Notes, 1899-1900" for anyone truly interested in understanding his work on his transmitter/receiver he was working on and through which he found space communications, the standing waves and Earth as a conductor. This book though is a note book, it's not very interesting to read by itself but definitively a must for real seekers :) (this book contains many diagrams of his transmitter/receiver)

A very inspiring man he is and will always be. Sad that his teachings are not given in science classes. Perhaps because his knowledge is still too far ahead our present understanding.