Tesla Secret - The Suppressed "Free Energy" Invention

Product: Tesla Secret: How To Build Nikola Tesla's Fuelless Generator $47

Other variations: Ambient Vibration Energy (AVE) Generator at electricityblueprint.com/ $47

Claims include: Don't pay another cent on electricity ever again, Free unlimited energy, Easy to build, only $100 in parts, go off grid, portable etc. They claim to be able to harness energy that normally is deflected by the Earth's ionosphere.

There is no doubt Nikola Tesla was a brilliant man but there is no evidence that he ever discovered a free energy source that was subsequently covered up by a global conspiracy. Unlike the claim in the video that he was "erased from history", the unit of magnetic flux density used everywhere today is T for Tesla.

This scam is very similar to Earth for Energy in that it is an e-book of plans that is sold through a network of affiliates who receive generous 75% commissions on sales. They have also set up sites to intercept search engine requests for their product by incorporating their product name plus "scam" such as this one: teslageneratorscam.com which is registered in Selangor Malaysia.

The only new twist here is the heavy use of conspiracy theory and the imminent threat of shutdown -- the utility companies are after them, so they claim, so better act fast and send them $47 while you still can.

I have no intention of ordering their plans, but I suspect it will consist of drawings that are already available on the internet for the tesla coil. These are interesting devices, but in no way will they power your house.

They also show a quick but unrealistic proof-of-concept demonstration of using some diodes and capacitors to receive "energy" from an antenna and charge a cell phone. You can definitely measure the voltage from an antenna but the voltage and current is miniscule. For the device to actually charge a cell phone, it would need to be able to supply at least 1/2 amp of current at 5 volts. For comparison, a good short wave radio connected to an external antennae (probably much larger than the one they demonstrated) and registering 9 on the signal meter represents an input voltage from the antennae of about 50 microvolts (millionths of a volt). A cell phone needs at least 5 volts to charge, so you would need twenty thousand 50 microvolt antennae systems in series to get 5 volts. I would conclude that the demo must be fake.

Sample Marketing Material

note: The underlined phrase "Alternative Current" is comical -- the proper term is alternating current, or AC.

Subject line: Nikola Tesla's biggest secret


Hi First name,

They tried to ban him from the history books...
yet he's responsible for the biggest breakthroughs
in electricity of the 20th century.

I'm talking about Nikola Tesla - the man who
discovered Alternative Current and revolutionized
modern physics.

Few people know it, but Nikola Tesla had a very
big dream. He wanted to bring free electricity into
every single home.

And for a moment... he succeeded!

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Tesla came up with a clever (and stunningly simple)
way to harness the cosmic radiation of the sun (but
not "solar power" as you know it) and turn it into free

But mere days after he made his invention public,
Big Energy turned off the money tap... and Tesla
was unable to pursue his dream. What's more,
minutes after his death, most of his important blueprints
"vanished"... never to bee seen again for nearly 90 years!

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I'm very excited to announce this... because it's a piece of news
that could change our lives forever!

Apparently, some of the original Tesla blueprints were
leaked from government files... ending up in the hands
of a crack team of "underground" scientists.

It gets better: these white coats didn't keep Tesla's
invention for themselves... instead, they've decided
to blow the whistle, so that anyone can benefit from it!

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I'm told that the website is getting a lot of heat from the
energy companies, so I suggest you get there at once
and read more about this controversial technology.