Nikola Tesla’s Frequencies and 3-6-9 Key to the Universe In Math And Hierarchies
by Josh Peck, published on JoshPeckDisclosure, on August 9, 2018
Nikola Tesla was an absolutely brilliant man and underrated in terms of current public school history lessons. He was a Serbian American inventor, engineer, physicist, and futurist.1 His biggest claim to fame is his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current electricity supply system.2 Since the 1990s, there has been a resurgence of popular interest in the life and inventions of Tesla.3 This rise in interest has also led to incredible stories which seem entirely too fantastic to be true. But are they?
What is a Frequency?
In 1935 while he was 79 years old, Nikola Tesla claimed a mechanical oscillator he built caused an earthquake in downtown New York City in 1898.4 Tesla said he was experimenting with a 7 inch long mechanical oscillator when, after tuning it to the correct resonance frequency of the building he was occupying, a great shaking of his building and neighboring buildings occurred. The shaking became so intense that the police arrived. Tesla claimed he destroyed the oscillator with a hammer in order to make it stop. While telling the story, Tesla also claimed the machine could destroy the Empire State building with only five pounds of air pressure if attached on a girder.5 This story gained Tesla’s electro-mechanical oscillator the nickname “Tesla’s Earthquake Machine.” Tesla also used the oscillations from the device to set frequency in his high frequency electrical and wireless transmission experiments.6 There have also been claims of the device having negative consequences on the human body, even to the point of people who were subjected to its vibrations, which seemed to have laxative effects, immediately running to the bathroom afterwards.7 But can something as seemingly innocuous as a frequency really have such extreme effects?
The word “frequency” is defined as the number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit of time.8 The unit of frequency is the hertz (Hz), named after German physicist Heinrich Hertz. One hertz equals an event occurring once per second. For example, if 71 events occur within 15 seconds, the frequency would be 4.73 Hz (frequency equals events divided by time). When considering the frequency of a sound, it refers to pitch. Sound, technically speaking, is a vibration wave of pressure and displacement in the air. The frequencies the human ear can hear are typically limited to between 20 Hz and 20kHz (20,000 Hz).
Nikola Tesla 3, 6, and 9 Earthquakes
While finding a direct citation is problematic, Nikola Tesla is generally believed to have said “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have the key to the universe.” This has led to many speculations as to the meanings of the numbers 3, 6 and 9. One theory is that it has to do with a particular set of earthquakes.
Tesla told the story of causing an earthquake in New York City in 1899. One year prior to that event, in 1899, he and several of his assistants commenced the construction of a laboratory in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Tesla moved there in order to study the conductive nature of low air pressure to hopefully implement into wireless transmission of electrical power.9 While experimenting, Tesla produced artificial lightening with discharges of millions of volts and up to 135 feet long.10 Thunder from the energy was heard 15 miles away in Cripple Creek, Colorado. People walking along the street saw sparks jumping between their feet and the ground. Sparks shot out from water line taps when touched. Light bulbs within 100 feet of Tesla’s laboratory lit up even when turned off. Horses ran from their stalls after getting shocked through their metal shoes. Even butterflies were electrified and swirled in circles with blue halos of St. Elmo’s fire around their wings.11
Around the same time, there was a series of earthquakes, all being a magnitude 7 or more, at Yakutat Bay, Alaska.12 Some have believed these were caused by Tesla’s experiments in Colorado Springs. The most powerful of the series was a magnitude 8 earthquake that struck on September 10th, 1899. It lasted ninety minutes and was followed by many aftershocks. It was felt a distance of more than six hundred miles, from Fairbanks all the way to Sitka. Five years later, geologists visited the area and found dead barnacles and other shellfish everywhere. They also saw several uplifted beaches and areas of subsidence as much as six feet deep.13 Some have made a connection between these earthquakes and the numbers 3, 6, and 9 because the first earthquake was felt on September 3rd with others following on the 6th and 9th.14 Some have also done math with the dates to produce the numbers 3, 6, and 9 as a reoccurring theme.15
Another connection made to the three mysterious numbers of Tesla is found with his interactions with Guglielmo Marconi, an Italian inventor and electrical engineer known for his work on long-distance radio transmission, the developments of Marconi’s law, and a radio telegraph system.16 in 1915, Nikola Tesla attempted to sue the Marconi Company for infringement of his wireless tuning patents.17 Marconi’s first radio patent had been awarded in the U.S. in 1897, however his 1900 patent submission covering improvements to radio transmission had been rejected many times over on the grounds that it infringed on other existing patents including two 1897 Tesla wireless power tuning patents. Marconi’s 1900 patent was finally approved in 1904. Tesla’s 1915 case against Marconi was unsuccessful and went nowhere. However, a related case came up in which the Marconi Company tried to sue the U.S. government over WWI patent infringements. A Supreme Court of the United States decision in 1943 restored the prior patents of Nikola Tesla and several others.18 It was declared that Marconi’s claim to certain patented improvements were questionable, therefore the company could not claim infringement of those same patents.19 Since the case involved patents relating to Tesla’s Colorado Springs experiments and, strangely enough, the case number is 369, some have been led to believe there is a connection between Tesla’s mysterious experiments, his feud with Marconi, and the number 3, 6, and 9.20
Hierarchies and Price’s law
Our existence, both objectively and subjectively, is a large series of differing hierarchies with less things of higher values at the top and more things of lower values at the bottom. Everything in nature is set up this way. Everything from governments to wealth distribution to the personal choices you make every day is a complex series of hierarchies. Even Tesla’s mystery numbers of 3, 6, and 9 is an example of a hierarchy, with 3 being on the top and 9 being on the bottom. Is it possible Tesla was referring to hierarchies if and when he talked of a key to the universe?
Price’s law, developed by Derek J. De Solla Price, dictates that the square root of a certain creative collection will generate half of the results.21 For example, if you have 100 people working at your company, 10 of them will do half of the work and the remaining 90 will do the other half. In smaller terms, if you have 9 people at your company, 3 of them will do half of the work and 6 will do the other half. However, this is not restricted to just people working at companies. Price’s law dictates how nature is constructed. It applies to the energy output of stars, height of trees in the Amazon, human IQ, and everything else. Nature operates as a complex series of hierarchies. Could this fundamental aspect of nature be what Tesla was referring to with the numbers of 3, 6, and 9? Is it possible Tesla was able to notice the same thing Price did?
Another aspect of our culture today is deciding what to do about the hierarchy generated by capitalism. This is typically cast as a negative outlook on the top 1% of people who hold much of the wealth. While this is typically seen as a clear example of greed, it really is nothing more than Price’s law at play yet again. This also helps explain that the top 1% is always changing; it is not the same people holding most of the wealth. Just like in a company of 9, it may not always be the same 3 people doing half to the work. Perhaps one of the 3 get sick or leave the company, leaving room for one of the other 6 to come in. Since creative output and wealth fluctuates, the top percentage of people holding the wealth constantly changes.
However, despite that, there are still going to be people dispossessed by the hierarchy at the bottom. Jesus Christ Himself realized this. In John 12:8a (NLT), it Jesus says “You will always have the poor among you…” Does that mean there is nothing we can do? All attempts of a government forcing wealth distribution in the past seem to fail miserably, as we have seen in the 20th century. So what can be done? Jesus had a solution for that too. It cannot be forced by the government but individuals should willingly help the dispossessed through charity, love, and personal sacrifice. Matthew 5:42 (ESV) says “Give to the one who begs from you, and do not refuse the one who would borrow from you.” James 1:27 (ESV) says “Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the Father, is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world.” On a quick side note, this also shows that claims of Jesus being a socialist are absolutely unfounded, as Jesus never taught government intervention in this matter. It is up to the individual by his or her own free will to help the dispossessed if and when they are able.
Interpreting 3, 6, and 9 in Biblical Numbers
In 1894, Biblical scholar E.W. Bullinger published his book “Number in Scripture: Its Supernatural Design and Spiritual Significance.” In his book, Bullinger goes through specific numbers and makes a case for their underlying meaning from the Bible.22 When we examine 3, 6, and 9 through Bullinger’s interpretations with the idea of hierarchies in mind, we find some interesting parallels.
According to Bullinger, the number three stands for that which is solid, real, substantial, complete, and entire. Three is associated with the Trinity of God (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit).23 Taking this further from a human perspective, you could think of the number 3 as the perfect ideal. It is that perfect ideal which mankind in his fallen state can never achieve on his own but must always strive for. It is the top of the 3, 6, and 9 hierarchy. It is the idea of living our lives modeling Christ knowing we will ultimately fail in this effort. Yet, by setting our eyes on this impossible goal, we are able to keep climbing up, improving ourselves as well as the world around us. Everything in this life will never be perfect, yet we can make it and ourselves a lot better than what it is now.
The number six is the number of fallen man. We are broken, incomplete, and in rebellion to God. It is the number of imperfection and humanity without Christ.24 Man was created on the sixth day and six days were appointed to him for his labor, therefore the number six is also associated with the labor of man. Taking this further, it is hard work to follow Christ and climb up your own personal hierarchy; to take up your own cross and follow Him. However, this is by no means impossible. In fact, it is expected. As hard as it can be sometimes, every day must be looked at as an opportunity to grow, mature, and become closer to God. If our original state is signified by the number six, it is our personal responsibility to make the effort to climb up the hierarchy towards God, perfection, and the highest ideal, signified by the number three.
Nine is the last of all single digits, thus marking the end. Nine signifies the conclusion of a matter. It related biblically to the end of man, finality, and judgment. Judgment is committed unto Jesus as “the Son of man” (John 5:27; Acts 17:31). It marks the completeness of all things as to man. It is the judgment of man and all his works.25 This is the point where we will each individually know, at the end of our physical lives and when we stand before God, if we will climb the hierarchy to Christ or if we will be cast out eternally. Many will perish but few will find peace. It all has to do with what our relationship with Christ was like in our physical lives. If we have rejected Him and decided to not pursue His ideal, we will become the ultimately dispossessed at the bottom of the eternal hierarchy in Hell. Yet, if we love Christ, thereby following Him, trying to be more like Him every day, and refusing to fall in line with the rebellious masses, we will be welcomed into eternity with the open arms of our Heavenly Father. This is the key to the universe. This is the meaning of life. This is the ultimate answer to any question we might have about God, His creation, or our destiny.
Matthew 7:13-14 (ESV): 13 “Enter by the narrow gate. For the gate is wide and the way is easy that leads to destruction, and those who enter by it are many. 14 For the gate is narrow and the way is hard that leads to life, and those who find it are few.
Thank you for reading, take care, and God bless!
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