by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

from PESNetworkInc Website




Having written a book on the subject, he now intends to build a full-scale version of this tower that he says will both tap into free energy and disseminate it wirelessly. Counter points asserts that Tesla and subsequent researchers miniaturized the tower down to a much more workable size, and that reconstruction of the Tower would only be an exercise in nostalgia -- Tesla himself had moved beyond it.



Author of Atlantis to Tesla, and frequent talk-show radio guest on subjects such as Planet X and earth changes, James McCanney, announced on April 28, 2005 that he has "completed the preliminary plans to build a full-scale Tesla tower."

McCanney, a self-described "rebel" astrophysicist from Cornell University, points out that the universe and our solar system are highly electrical in nature, and that Tesla had figured out how to tap into that energy that surrounds us, and then convey it for practical use by mankind -- free, through the air.

At least part of the fruits of Tesla's work are attested to in the fact that today's alternating current, central to today's electrical grid, is his invention. He also contributed significantly to the development of radio (some still argue that he deserves credit as the first, not Marconi). Tesla once demonstrated the wireless conveyance of electricity at the 1893 Worlds Fair, lighting Chicago's Columbian Exposition.



Wardenclyffe tower with dome frame.
Completed in 1904


The Wardenclyffe tower, also called a "magnifying transmitter," was meant to be the start of a global system for wireless telecommunications and a national (and later global) system of towers broadcasting power to users wirelessly in a manner like radio. Instead of supplying electricity through a current grid system, users would simply "receive" power through antennas on their roofs. The source of energy was alleged to come from the Earth's electromagnetic fields. The energy flux of a turning planet could be magnified and converted to electrical power.

The tower was scrapped for metal to be used in WWII. Today, its principles are implemented by HAARP, which is used for weather modification, and was recently bought by the Carlyle Group (Bush connections) from the U.S. Govt.

Construction on the Wardenclyffe tower began in 1900 on Long Island, New York. Famous architect, Stanford White, designed the non-technical skeleton, which is what most photographs convey. Rising 187 feet, with a steel shaft running 120 feet into the ground, the tower was topped with a 55-ton, 68-foot diameter metal dome.

In 1905, the project was abandoned per the withdrawal of support by JP Morgan. A world bent on war and mistrust would not have it. The tower would not only be capable of power transmission for peaceful uses, but also had destructive applications.

"The art is already so far developed that the great destructive effects can be produced at any point on the globe, defined beforehand with great accuracy," Tesla wrote.

Some allege that the Tunguska explosion of June 30th, 1908 may have been caused by Nikola Tesla.

"The explosion, estimated to be equivalent to 10-15 megatons of TNT, flattened 500,000 acres of pine forest near the Stony Tunguska River in central Siberia. Whole herds of reindeer were destroyed. Several nomadic villages were reported to have vanished. The explosion was heard over a radius of 620 miles."




Is the world ready for this technology now?

McCanney seems to think so.

"I was going to do it silently. However, with the people following me these days there is no such thing, so I am just going to do it in full view of everyone," he declares on his site.

In his book Atlantis to Tesla, McCanney purports that the ancient science of Atlantis and Tesla have been rediscovered, along with the source of unlimited electrical power. It also discusses the secret societies that McCanney says have come to control the governments of the world, and how they have come to exert control over the dissemination of power, when that power could be attained freely from the electrical universe.

In a section called "Nicola Tesla's Tower..." on his very large home page, McCanney asserts:

"My theoretical work has rediscovered the principles of the Tesla tower and unlimited free electrical power from the ionosphere, as printed in my book Atlantis to Tesla."

He asserts that,

"the military built such a tower last July (only a few short weeks after the release of my Atlantis to Tesla book on the July 7, 2003 Coast to Coast program) near Kanata* Canada; and when they tapped into the ionosphere (the idiots did not put any control electronics on their tower) the surge blew out the north east electric power grid corridor."

In his Coast to Coast AM interview, McCanney said that the Atlanteans had achieved a high level of technology before their end, including a spacecraft that used a series of glass tubes as part of its propulsion system. He also spoke about a huge statue of Poseidon in Atlantis that had an antenna on the top of it for collecting energy, not dissimilar to Tesla technology.

McCanney says that one must read his first book in order to understand the second, Atlantis to Tesla. The first is titled: Planet-X: Comets & Earth Changes: A Scientific Treatise on the Effects of a new large Planet or Comet arriving in our Solar System and Expect Earth Weather and Earth Changes.


He says one has to understand the science of an electrical Solar System.

"You won't understand the electrical fields that [Tesla] was tapping into to produce unlimited electrical energy out of the atmosphere unless you go back to the source of that energy, the Sun."

"Our Sun emits hundreds, if not thousands, of times more energy in the form of electrical energy than it does in the form of light energy."