The Wardenclyffe Tower in Shoreham Long Island was meant to be the “World Wireless” Broadcasting system

Above: In 1905, a team of construction workers in the small village of Shoreham, New York labored to erect a truly extraordinary structure. Over a period of several years the men had managed to assemble the framework and wiring for the 187-foot-tall Wardenclyffe Tower. The project was overseen by its designer, Nikola Tesla. Atop his tower was perched a fifty-five ton dome of conductive metals, and beneath it stretched an iron root system that penetrated more than 300 feet into the Earth’s crust. “In this system that I have invented, it is necessary for the machine to get a grip of the earth,” he explained, “otherwise it cannot shake the earth. It has to have a grip… so that the whole of this globe can quiver.”

Tesla based the Wardenclyffe towers design on his discoveries at his makeshift laboratory at Pike’s Peak in Colorado Springs. He rigged his equipment with the intent to produce the first lightning-scale electrical discharges ever accomplished by mankind, a feat which would allow him to test many of his theories about the conductivity of the Earth and the sky. For this purpose he erected a 142-foot mast on his laboratory roof, with a copper sphere on the tip. The tower’s wiring was then routed through an exceptionally large high-voltage Tesla coil in the laboratory below. On the night of his experiment, following a one-second test charge which momentarily set the night alight with an eerie blue hum, Tesla ordered his assistant to fully electrify the tower.

Colossal bolts of electricity arced hundreds of feet from the tower’s top to lick the landscape. A curious blue corona soon enveloped the crackling equipment. Millions of volts charged the atmosphere for several moments, but the awesome display ended abruptly when the power suddenly failed. All of the windows throughout Colorado Springs went dark as the local power station’s industrial-sized generator collapsed under the strain. But amidst such dramatic discharges, Tesla confirmed that the Earth itself could be used as an electrical conductor, and verified some of his suspicions regarding the conductivity of the ionosphere. In later tests, he recorded success in an attempt to illuminate light bulbs from afar, though the exact conditions of these experiments have been lost to obscurity. In any case, Tesla became convinced that his dream of world-wide wireless electricity was feasible.


Tesla’s Idea about electrical control of rain falls.

Tesla’s idea how to light up the ocean with high frequency electricity being transmitted thought the Ionosphere.


The Wardenclyffe Tower, was erected to be the first broadcasting system in the world, and transmitting electrical energy without wires to the globe using the Ionosphere (the electrified upper part of the atmosphere of the earth important for transmitting radio waves around the globe). Under the solar radiation, molecules of the upper atmosphere are being constantly transmitted into ions.

Tesla’s laboratory was designed by the famous American architect and Tesla’s friend, Stanford White. The laboratory is still standing in good condition. In front of Tesla’s laboratory, there is a foundation of Tesla’s Wardenclyffe Tower which was an enormous structure. Underground corridors connected the tower with the Atlantic Ocean.

“As soon as completed, it will be possible for a business man in New York to dictate instructions, and have them instantly appear in type at his office in London or elsewhere. He will be able to call up, from his desk, and talk to any telephone subscriber on the globe, without any change whatever in the existing equipment. An inexpensive instrument, not bigger than a watch, will enable its bearer to hear anywhere, on sea or land, music or song, the speech of a political leader, the address of an eminent man of science, or the sermon of an eloquent clergyman, delivered in some other place, however distant. In the same manner any picture, character, drawing, or print can be transferred from one to another place. Millions of such instruments can be operated from but one plant of this kind. More important than all of this, however, will be the transmission of power, without wires, which will be shown on a scale large enough to carry conviction.”

Had Tesla’s dreams come to fruition way back then, this world would be a very different place by now. Not likely one thing would be untouched by the commotion that would have followed. John Hutchison finds himself in the same position, supressing information, not to keep everyone in the dark, but to protect mankind, from “man unkind”. There is only one difference between limitless energy for all and opening the door to the creation of electrical weapons of mass extinction. The rate of energy release. A slow steady release is a power source to be tapped and utilized. A power source with a fast uncontrolled release of energy is also referred to as a bomb! One discontented lunatic could rewire a free energy device and unleash the worlds worst terror attack making the wtc disaster look like nothing at all. Look at the havok and disruption a simple database is causing accross our planet unchecked. We are developing software to try to mitigate its damage. (please support our efforts here as well) None of us here at team hutchison wants to contribute to man’s continued downfall by giving children loaded guns, or too much information. With that in mind, J.P.Morgan’s role in the suppression of Tesla’s technology can be seen in a different light. We are lucky he did!

J.P. Morgan, the richest and most powerful man of that time, was a financier of the Tesla Broadcasting system. The Tower was designed as a worldwide wireless communications center. Nikola Tesla also intended to use the tower for transmitting wireless electrical energy to the entire planet. Tesla wanted to saturate the globe with electricity as a dynamo so that everyone on the surface of the earth could obtain electrical light just by sticking wires into the soil and a electric bulb would glow. Homes and automobiles could use a series of vacuum tubes to rectify larger amounts of power at will. Tesla intended to use electricity from the huge resources at Niagara Falls Power Plant for the project. However, when J.P. Morgan heard about the Tesla project, he asked: “How can we get money from the electricity which Tesla is supplying to every part of the world?” Since there was no way to meter the power and collect cash, Morgan decided to cut the funding and the Tower was destroyed. The military quite suddenly decided the tower might be used for “spying” and it was subsequently dynamited while Tesla was in France negotiating funding for a sister tower there. Once France heard of the resistance to Tesla’s plan, they pulled their funding as well.


The fall of Wardenclyffe thrust the brilliant inventor into a deep depression and financial distress. “It is not a dream, it is a simple feat of scientific electrical engineering, only expensive — blind, faint-hearted, doubting world! […] Humanity is not yet sufficiently advanced to be willingly led by the discoverer’s keen searching sense. But who knows? Perhaps it is better in this present world of ours that a revolutionary idea or invention instead of being helped and patted, be hampered and ill-treated in its adolescence — by want of means, by selfish interest, pedantry, stupidity and ignorance; that it be attacked and stifled; that it pass through bitter trials and tribulations, through the strife of commercial existence. So do we get our light. So all that was great in the past was ridiculed, condemned, combated, suppressed — only to emerge all the more powerfully, all the more triumphantly from the struggle.”



Had Wardenclyffe been completed without interruption, Tesla may have once again managed to alter the course of history. Instant access to power, information, pirated phonograph cylinders, and lewd photos of bare-ankled floozies on the TeslaNet may have ushered in the Information Age almost a century ahead of schedule, making today’s world a very different place indeed. Perhaps one day we will enjoy the future that Tesla envisioned, albeit a bit behind schedule.

Some time before the government stepped in to destroy Tesla’s dream, he had built for himself some devices that proved his tower worked as he said it did. One of the legendary inventions of Tesla was his electric Pierce Arrow. The “Tesla Car” was put to the test in 1931, under the financing of Pierce-Arrow and George Westinghouse at the factory grounds in Buffalo, New York. The Pierce Arrow was powered by an 80 horsepower, 1800 r.p.m AC electric brushless air-cooled coil motor. It measured 40 inches long and 30 inches in diameter. Under the hood there was an ordinary 12 volt storage battery. And there were 2 very thick lead wires going from the motor to the dashboard. There were no capacitors. The now infamous secret black control box he carried with him and never let anyone examine, had a bank of 12 radio tubes. This device was powerful enough to rectify a wireless signal that powered the Tesla car up to 90 miles per hour all day long.

At a local radio shop the evening before the week long testing was to begin, Tesla bought 12 vacuum tubes, some wires and assorted resistors. He assembled them in his hotel room inside of a circuit box 24 inches long, 12 inches wide and 6 inches high, with a pair of 3-inch rods sticking out. A 6 foot antenna rod was fitted into the rear section of the car. Getting into the car the next day with the circuit box in the front seat beside him, he pushed the rods in, announced, “We now have power,” and proceeded to test drive the car for 8 days, rigorously testing the car in the city and countryside, often at speeds of up to 90 mph.

As it was an electric motor and there were no batteries involved, where did the power come from? Of the motive source he referred to “a mysterious radiation which comes out of the aether”. The small device very obviously and effectively appropriated this energy.

Tesla also spoke very glowingly of this providence, saying of the energy itself that “it is available in limitless quantities”. Tesla also stated that although “I do not know where it comes from, mankind should be very grateful for its presence”.

Popular responses included charges of “black magic”. Several people suggested that Tesla was mad and somehow in league with sinister forces of the universe. The sensitive genius didn’t like the skeptical comments of the press either. He removed his mysterious box after his test in Buffalo, returned to his laboratory in New York – and the secret of his power source died with him.

In the coming months, John Hutchison’s hypothesis on this device will be put to the test as we will attempt to recreate Tesla’s control box by a schematic designed by John, and transmit enough power through it to run an automobile. The parts list discussed for the recreation includes the following:


1) 12 Vacuum Tubes (70L7-GT rectifier beam power tubes or possibly 21-A)
2) Wires
3) Assorted Resistors
4) 1/4″ diameter rods 3″ in length
NOTE, NO CAPACITORS! The wires could have been simply for connection or wound as coils. The 1/4″ rods were either bus bars for power output taps or more likely antennas.

I’ve been doing some reading on Tesla over the past few decades. I seem to encounter the same basic story time and time again. From the claims I have managed to gather the following information:
240 VAC
1800 RPM
80 HP
If single phase the motor would draw 325 Amps with a rating of 406 FLA
If poly phase (3 phase) the motor would draw 188 amps and have a rating of 235 FLA
More than likely it was a 3 phase motor. The assumption of current requirements being triple is an error. To be able to push the vehicle to speeds in excess of 90 MPH the motor speed may be required to double unless the transmission gear ratios were changed.
12   vacuum tubes (70L7)
2     1/4 inch x 3 inch rods
1      1.8 meter antenna
One account has it there were only 3 – 70L7 tubes used (and no mention of the other 9) a different account has it that all 12 were the 70L7 vacuum tubes. From information I’ve found so far the 70L7GT tubes didn’t come out until several years after the test run in 1931.
The two rods are very likely going to be mutual inductive couplings in two separate power coils or they are cores for tuning the inductive coil circuitry in the receiver controls.
I believe the antenna is going to be a 5/8 wave antenna, with a 1.8 meter length is going to be about 99 MHz. It is possible with the antenna size the frequency is going to be between 20 MHz and 150 MHz. My personal hunch would be 99 MHz.
Watch closely what happens as frequency supplied to the motor increases above 60 Hz… you should notice motor speed rise above base speed… there will also be changes in KVAR…. too far overspeed and the motor will self-destruct.


John is probably the worlds leading expert on Tesla devices, as well as the state of his mind during different phases of his life. In the earlier years, Tesla was entirely forthcoming with his designs and very excited to share his knowledge. As years went by, and disappointments in funding and greedy financiers shattered his hopes of revolutionizing the new coming age, Tesla became more and more jaded, and cryptic with his statements. Tesla had already been the victim of several manipulations by this time. In an effort to recreate his later works, one must take into account the fact that his statements were elusive, secretive and misleading. Tesla realized if anyone really had a passion for his work, a trail of engineering clues coupled with cryptic clues would lead the experimenter through a similar path of discovery. That said, John believes that a smaller wireless power transmitter based on the Wardenclyffe was used to transmit wireless power at around the 200 – 400mhz bands during the test period. The tubes merely rectified the massive amounts of radio waves bouncing between the earth and the ionosphere. It will be on this assumption that we will base our experiment.


Tesla did mention the latent aetheric power of charged forces, the explosive potentials of bound aether, and the aetheric power inherent in matter. Due to the corruption motivated destruction of his tower, Tesla sought a portable replacement for the 100,000,000 volt initiating pulses which natural law required for the implementation of space aether. This was the basis of his world wireless power transmission at Wardenclyffe. He would bombard the ionosphere with a minimum of 100 million volts starting a chain reaction of radio resonance with forces out in space such as Valhalla’s Belt. Once such a flow began, one could simply tap the stream for limitless power. Tesla had now abandoned those gigantic ideas and shifted his attentions from the appreciation of the gigantic to an appreciation of the miniature. Broken hearted, he was reduced to tears when his tower was destroyed. He vowed to replace his efforts with an immense number of small and compact aether power receivers that could never all be destroyed. By all witness accounts he succeeded completely.


We have no specifications for the AC motor that Tesla used in the auto, so we have no idea if it was single or polyphase. In the case of a single phase motor, it only requires a single winding which projects a magnetic field that rotates according to the increase or decrease of the alternating current.

A polyphase (poly = two or more) motor uses multiple windings which are fed by phased input currents that alternate in such a manner as to reinforce each other. In the case of a 3 phase motor, the currents are phased 120 degrees apart. This gives much greater torque to the motor but requires 3 times the current because it uses 3 times the input energy. Since the box powered an AC (coil) motor, it is probable it was tuned to one or more frequencies emanating from Wardenclyffe, most likely polyphased frequencies. Tesla’s tower had the ability to produce hundreds of millions of volts of radio frequency. Keep in mind that an average 6 foot tall Tesla coil puts out at least 2 million volts ac pressure easily when tuned. If the lightning bolts are suppressed, the invisible discharge becomes a very powerful radio transmission. Keep in mind that electricity is much like air or water. We can think of voltage as pounds per square inch (PSI) and current as cubic feet per minute (CFM). That is PSI is pressure, CFM is flow. Another analogy is comparing a river to electricity. In such a comparison, the speed of the river is the voltage or pressure while the width of the river is the current/amperage or rate of flow.


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One Response to WIRELESS POWER

  1. jayden says:

    Top post. I look forward to reading more. Cheers

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