Omal; Greetings Russ.
This ends this section of the session. For
the rest of Omal’s conversation, refer to subjects
dated for the same date. (Ed)
Russ; Greetings and felicitations Omal
O; OK Let’s get straight down to business.
R; This evening we are dealing with Project
O; Umm Huh.
R. Project Montauk and the Untethered Satellite.
O; And Nikola (Tesla).
R; Yes Nikola.
O; Yours and my good friend.
R; Though I have been doing some research on him
and there’s some things about him that seem a
R; Yes, strange.
O; OK, let us deal with the strange first.
R; OK, Strange first is the Tunguska explosion.
O; In Siberia?
R; Correct. Now the theory, and it comes down to
a bit more than a theory, is that with the
chronology of Tesla’s experiments it shows that
he was in a position with the ability to cause
that by accident. According to the theories put
out he was very desperate for funds and he had
built the Wardenclyffe transmitter on Long
Island. He was looking at that point in 1908 for
a kind of demonstration for what he had been
claiming was his ability to cause explosions and
destroy things from a long distance with the
transmission of energy. So at the time of the
Tunguska explosion happened, Commander Perry had
just returned from the North Pole and was headed
for his base camp and his base camp was on the
same longlitudal lines that the Tunguska
explosion was. Apparently he was shooting for a
demonstration Perry would see and therefore the
whole world would see because the world was
focused on Perry. He couldn’t control that much
energy being released and he overshot the mark
causing theoretically this explosion there.
O; Nice as the theory goes, continue.
R; Well, a team of scientists who finally got
out to the explosion site in 1924 to look for
the possibilities of a meteor stike, found no
nickel, iron or other properties that would
create the explosion if it were a meteor, even
if it were made up of ice and gas to a depth of
118 feet. There was no crater and there was no
fireball reported by the thousand of witnesses
in the area. There was however a glow around the
site prior to the explosion which is a
phenomenon that sometimes occurs during
earthquakes or Earth upheavals due to magnetic
disturbances in the Earth’s magnetic field. And
so it was the theory that Tesla managed to get
the energy to the area and……….
O; OK. Let us jump ahead in time to 1945.
O; To an area known as Hiroshima. An atomic
blast was created above the town, was there a
O; It exploded approximately 1500 feet above the
ground. Why was there no crater. Because there
was no impact. Now let us go back to Tunguska in
1908. OK, something exploded above the ground.
It was a nuclear device most certainly.
R; But there was no radiation left over?
O; Let me finish.
O; It was a nuclear reaction or device that
exploded above the ground so there was no
crater. OK, the next part . When you have a
nuclear explosion, it is a perfect circle that
the ground blast is. It creates a nice complete
circle. Everything will fall down flat in the
same direction from a central point. When you
have an explosion that is airborne, air rushes
down in a funnel and then pushes out in a circle
creating lines of fallen trees as you see in the
picture which means the blast was directed down.
Next statement to deal with this. The amount of
energy needed to blast such a wide area was
beyond the capabilities of Nikola Tesla. What
actually happened was that a nuclear explosion
was created above the surface of your planet at
approximately 2000 to 3000 feet above the ground
which gives you a much bigger blast area. Again,
no crater. What methods will create that effect?
R; And leave no radiation behind?
R; A fusion reaction.
O; Umm Huh
R; A black hole has been surmised?
O; Umm Huh.
R; Anti-matter meeting matter?
O; Umm Huh
R; Let’s say a UFO exploding at that distance,
an explosion in it’s reactor could perhaps cause
that. So that would tie in with the first two.
O; Ok there’s another one. A very large chunk of
ice and hydrogen would create an explosion very
simular to a nuclear explosion.
R; A Hydrogen bomb?
O; Yes, but there would be no radioactive
R; What would be the triggering device?
O; Heat, what happens when hydrogen is heated?
R; You get an explosion.
O; A meteor made of ice is not a meteor, it is a
comet. If Haleys was to hit your planet, it
would throw it into an ice age or a nuclear
winter. A smaller chunk no more than 500 feet
would create what you see at Tunguska.
R; Now there was a meteor that was passing by
that apparently broke up at the time.
O; Not a meteor, it was a comet.
R; Oh, well it was seen breaking up at about the
same time in the upper atmosphere.
O; Correct, that was exactly what it was. It was
a blessing for Nikola that he could take credit
for it but he never did. The Tunguska blast was
the remains of a comet. If it was a meteor there
would have been rock and rubble as you suggested
but it was not. What happens when a liquid turns
into a gas and explodes?
R; You have no residue left whatsoever.
R; So basically you had a liquid comet turn into
O; Correct. Though actually you had a solid
comet turn from a solid to a liquid to a gas.
R; Now this does happen all the time?
O; Yes, a very good example was Jupiter.
R; But that was one actually that lit up the
whole face creating the same effect?
O; Correct. Tunguska was just on a different
R; So if the same thing happened here we would
be skiing for the rest of our lives?
O; No you would not.
R; We wouldn’t be here.
R; OK, why was he trying to create energy to
destroy things? That not the Tesla I studied.
Was he getting desperate for money in his latter
O; He wasn’t that old.
R; But he was apparently suffering from mental
breakdown. One of the co-founders of the Tesla
Power Corporation died and it affected him.
O; Umm, I don’t think he was, I think he was
looking for an energy source most certainly but
you have to remember that the information you
are reading is second or third hand and there
are no eye witnesses at this time. So it is
possible that these rumors were put out
afterwards to make Tesla seem more than he was
but I don’t think he would put them out himself.
R; Well they do have records of him speaking at
these various conferences expounding the belief
that he could wipe out an army or a navy from a
O; I think he would be doing this more as a
warning and hypothesize in the environment that
he was in what would be most dramatic.
R; Well war was on the horizon.
O; Exactly, and if somebody could create such a
weapon, it would be a terror weapon and it could
prevent war or possibly make it worse.
R; Well I’m going say, if the Tunguska explosion
was a result of Tesla, why Hitler wouldn’t use
R; Take out entire armies without risking a
O; He was working on it.
R; He was?
O; Oh most certainly.
R; I would think that he would since he was
working on an atomic bomb?
O; Atomic bomb and he had the delivery device.
R; The V2?
O; Yes and the V1. And his project that was on
the drawing board which later was used to launch
individuals and satellites into space.
R; You mean Von Braum’s work?
O; Yes. But the next device they were working on
was the V4. It was never manufactured. It was a
rocket capable of launching from Berlin and
hitting your city of New York.
R; It was a multi-staged rocket then?
R; OK, that makes sense.
O; It had the capacity of carrying a 5000 pound
R; That would definitely take out a lot of
O; It would do a lot of damage. It was also
quite capable of carrying a nuclear device.