Did Nikola Tesla Help US Navy Build An Invisibility Device For Their Warships?


The obsession with the concept of time travel is certainly not the newest thing among scientists. Theoretically, it is possible in certain general relativity spacetime geometries that permit traveling faster than the speed of light, such as cosmic strings, traversable wormholes, and Alcubierre drives. Recently, The Sun has obtained the real-life X-Files as part of an FOI request into the Pentagon’s secretive UFO program AATIP, which says Time Travel and anti-gravity technology are possible and could be harnessed by humans to visit other worlds.

Apparently, Nikola Tesla was obsessed with time travel as well. He worked on a time machine and reportedly succeeded, saying: “I could see the past, present, and future all at the same time,” — Nikola Tesla: Secret Time Travel Experiments By Commander X.

Tesla was not an ordinary personality and even the FBI files say so. In the archives of the FBI’s official website, there is a document that revealed Tesla was once brought to Earth from Venus. Tesla’s mind was too great for the limitations of his time’s technology. (Click here to read the full article)

In 1943, the US Navy undertook secret experiments based out of the port of Philadelphia. These experiments were designed to put Einstein’s unified field theory to practical use by making a naval ship invisible. While conspiracy theorists debate the existence of the Philadelphia Experiment, one alleged survivor of the scientific outing, Al Bielek, maintained that the Navy’s purpose was entirely different. According to Bielek, the true purpose of the Philadelphia Experiment was not invisibility, it was time travel.

Philadelphia Experiment
Was The USS Eldridge, involved in the Philadelphia Experiment? Image in public domain

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Invisibility Cloak by Nikola Tesla

According to an intriguing theory by Al Bielek and Preston Nichols, “In 1895, while conducting research with his step-up transformer, Nikola Tesla had his first indications that time and space could be influenced by using highly charged, rotating magnetic fields. Part of this revelation came about from Tesla’s experimentation with radio frequencies and the transmission of electrical energy through the atmosphere.”

“Tesla’s simple discovery would, years later, lead to the infamous Philadelphia Experiment and the Montauk time travel projects. But even before these highly top-secret military programs came about, Tesla made some fascinating discoveries on the nature of time and the real possibilities of time travel.”

Al Bielek and Preston Nichols mentioned that Nikola Tesla might have helped the Navy develop an invisibility cloak for its warships. After Tesla resigned, however, the advanced technology could not be contained, and it eventually degenerated into one of the biggest mysteries of World War II – “Project Rainbow,” but is more commonly known as the Philadelphia Experiment.

Project Rainbow
Nikola Tesla when he was an old man in 1938 during a press event to honor him for his invention of the Induction Motor.
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Around that time, Bielek said that Einstein was directing a program of degaussing ships by wrapping them in electromagnetic coils, to protect against magnetic mines planted by the Nazis. Tesla purportedly took this technology and parlayed it into the cloaking experiment, having some initial success with a small boat. After failed attempts with larger ships, Tesla gave up and the project was handed over to Dr. John von Neumann, who also worked on the Manhattan Project.

Von Neumann eventually succeeded in making the U.S.S. Eldridge, a Cannon-class destroyer escort, invisible for a short period of time on the first occasion. According to Bielek, one of Tesla’s inventions, a Zero Time Reference Generator, lent itself to this success. This device supposedly locks the Earth’s magnetic fields and acts as a cosmological reference with the electromagnetic fields at the center of the galaxy.

Commander X writes Tesla had his first-time travel incident in March 1895. A reporter for the New York Herald wrote on March 13 that he came across the inventor in a small café, looking shaken after being hit by 3.5 million volts. “I am afraid,” said Tesla, “that you won’t find me a pleasant companion tonight.”

Tesla, on contact with the resonating electromagnetic charge, found himself outside his time-frame reference. He reported that he could see the immediate past, present and future, all at once. But he was paralyzed within the electromagnetic field, unable to help himself. His assistant, by turning off the current, released Tesla before any permanent damage was done. A repeat of this very incident would occur years later during the Philadelphia Experiment. Unfortunately, the sailors involved were left outside their time-frame reference for too long with disastrous results.

Research on Invisibility Cloak

The research on the invisibility mantle began in the 1930s, at that time Nikola Tesla was put in charge of the operation. The main design involved two colossal Tesla coils (electromagnets) that were placed in front of the vessel and back. When activated in a specific order, they would generate a strong electromagnetic shield around the ship that would slowly obscure it from view.

The promising technology had mainly been developed by Tesla, but he later discovered that the forces involved were really unstable and hard to contain whenever the Tesla coils generated more power, so he began to have doubts about the safety of this experiment.

According to Al Bielek, Tesla had been in contact with higher-dimensional beings that offered him guidance, but also made him envision possible bad outcomes.

Tesla’s ET Communication

In the book “The Lost Journals Of Nikola Tesla,” Al Bielek claimed that Tesla began to have doubts about the safety of the experiment due to his communications with extraterrestrials.

“Tesla had a press announcement in 1923 where he stated he was talking with ET’s off planet. Now after he retired from RCA he maintained a laboratory in his living quarters at the Hotel New Yorker. Unknown to most people he had a second laboratory which apparently was his main one on top of the Waldorf Astoria on the top floor and both penthouse towers.”

“He maintained a transmitter setup on the Waldorf; and his receiving setup, his receiving antennas and receivers which had been built by RCA under his direction, were on the New Yorker. And I know two people who said they were working with Tesla, during that period, that he was using that equipment, he was talking with somebody, virtually every day, and one of them was emphatic: it was someone off planet. In plain language, he was communicating with ET’s.”

Tesla pointed out at the possible negative repercussions that “Project Rainbow” would face if the experiment was conducted with people on board. He knew that the electromagnetic field could impact the crew within this reality, and leave permanent marks. Because of this, he only accepted running more tests if the safety precautions demanded by him would be met. Unfortunately, that did not happen because the Navy was under constant threat from the ongoing war and wanted to see immediate results.

Tesla could not risk blaming himself for the loss of human lives in case the experiment went wrong, so he decided to sabotage the 1942 test carried out by the Navy by de-tuning the gear so that it did not generate the required amount of power to stabilize the invisibility shield. In March of the same year, Tesla resigned, and “Project Rainbow” was exclusively administered by the Navy intelligence.

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