The Two Weirdest Things That Nikola Tesla Loved

What was the weirdest two things Nikola Tesla do with his strange life? How about writing an out-of-this-world book with his alleged secret son. Mad Scientists do crazy things and Tesla was no exception! But was Arthur Matthews actually Nikola’s Tesla’s secret son or was he merely a friend? Arthur Matthews lived in Canada and Tesla spent much time with him and asked him to write a book called “The Wall of Light: Nikola Tesla and the Venusian Space Ship.

According to the world at large, Tesla had strange ideas. He always thought he came from the planet Venus. He said as much to me, and the crew of a Venus space ship said in one of their first messages, that a male child was “born” on board their ship during its trip from Venus to Earth in July, 1856. The little boy was called Nikola, which is the name of his family town, in reverse, on Venus. This is the town of ALOKIN. 

The ship landed at midnight, between July ninth and tenth, in a remote mountain province in what is now Yugoslavia. There, according to arrangements, the child was placed in the care of a good man and his wife. This message was first received by Arthur Matthews of Lake Beauport, Quebec, Canada, an electrical engineer who from boyhood was closely associated with Tesla. Enter Tray Caladan who claims to have gotten to Arthur Matthews and believes that Arthur was Tesla’s son. A secret son!

Tray Caladan has done a lot of research on Tesla, the pyramids and Atlantis.
I’ll go through them and say what excites me about each. I don’t believe Tesla was one of us; look what he’s accomplished. We’ll never know his full extent and influence since incredible devices and principles have been suppressed by governments. He was discredited and taken out of western textbooks. Public doesn’t have access to Tesla’s many MISSING patents, such as Particle Beams, flying disks and even Time Machines. (What do you think Tesla’s ‘Philadelphia Experiment’ was?) He inspired the ‘Superman story’ from early 20th Century and was called “the Superman of the Industrial Age.” A literal ALIEN created our modern world. With a little study, you may discover…he came from Venus! [Venus isn’t what they tell us].

I’ve had the great privilege of speaking once (on the phone) to his ‘secret’ son, Arthur Matthews. History does not record Tesla having a son. But you’ll find that he did, hidden safely away in Canada. Arthur was my pen-pal for a few years before his death in 1986 and he told a very different story of Nikola than your usual books and films. My article “Son of Tesla” can be read online with two personal, short letters where Arthur stated he enjoyed my research and did not argue against my view of this amazing man. Arthur co-wrote a book WITH TESLA called “The Wall of Light,” the only time Tesla ever wrote non-technical pages and revealed personal experiences.

I’m one of few people who understand Tesla’s historical significance, which came from a powerful realization that the scientific work of this Superman EXPLAINS ANCIENT MYSTERIES and PYRAMIDS and the Atlantean World Grid. It changes all of History!

Nikola Tesla spent much time with his friend Matthews and the genius used to share their projects and contact with the Venusians and he also advised Matthews to write The Wall of Light. The Venusian Space craft had two people who guided it and there didn’t appear to be any mechanisms since they did all their maneuvering by thought projection. The craft appeared to be made of metal and looked like two huge saucers put together rim to rim. Circling these rims about twenty feet away from the main body of the ship was an unsupported band of material called the guide ring which appeared to held in place by some magnetic force. This mother-ship carried twenty four small spacecrafts, ground vehicles, crew, gardens, recreation area, study rooms and a meeting hall – – – – “We are amazed and saddened to find how much of your lives is devoted to inventing and using destructive machines with which you murder each other. You spend vast sums of money pretending to bring peace on earth, when you should know that the only way in obtaining peace is free – Through Love. So why waste your money?” The Venusians.

Here is a great review of the book!

“I read the original in 1969 of what Arthur Matthews wrote about his own experiences in those sections of “The Wall of Light” that pertain to him.

I can tell you emphatically — absolutely — that there were no references to Jesus in the original. Whomever has inserted those passages in this book is grossly dishonest. I know that Matthews was a deeply spiritual man who did not believe in conventional religions. Period. I know this for a fact.

Instead, Matthews was taken to a place on Venus where he said he met with a group called “The Council of Nine.” This council could tell whether he was telling the truth. He was asked to describe the earth sciences as he understood them.

He described biology, chemistry, all of the physical sciences as he knew them. When he described physics, the council objected that he was untruthful. Matthews said this was the earth’s understanding.

As for the spiritual/religious stuff, the council told him that they were going to give him the secret to life at the end of his several meetings with them. The secret was love.

Matthews noted in the original I read that this comported with the message of many of the earth religions. That was the extent of any reference to Jesus. This book makes Matthews sound like a born-again Christian, which he was decidedly NOT.

Further, the meetings with the Venusians have been dumbed down in this book. The original text was far more exciting. For example, Matthews described his initial meeting with a Venusian couple. The man was about 650+ years and the woman about 550+ years old.

He extolled their beauty and serenity. They grilled him during meetings over two years about highly detailed aspects of Tesla’s work before ever going any further with him.

Matthews made a point that there was no way anyone could have known about these highly technical aspects of Tesla’s work, because Tesla had not discussed them with anyone but Matthews in letters between the two.

Those letters were in Matthews’ possession when Tesla died and not the US government, who declared all of Tesla’s private papers ‘classified’ within days of his death. The US government didn’t know about Tesla’s special relationship with Matthews at the time.

How do I know this? Matthews tried to contact the US government to show them highly technical aspects of Tesla’s work during the 50s. The US govt. blew Matthews off as a Canadian kook.

Matthews also contacted the Canadian government, who thought the same thing. So Matthews did the next logical step: he gave the information to the Russians.

As I wrote at the beginning of this review, I read this document in 1969. It made such an impression on me that I have never forgotten its contents.

I can still see myself reading the original. I can still feel how I felt when I read it. I was shocked, actually, to see parts of it in “The Wall of Light,” 37 years later.

BTW, I cant review the ‘Tesla-written’ parts of this book. I have no way of knowing if they’ve been altered. The Matthews drawings appear somewhat genuine.

The book is worth it for the Tesla part. Read the Matthews account with a jaundiced eye, and be suspect about about the sentimental parts of it. Matthews was not a sentimentalist.

I am giving three stars to what should be a five-star read because of the grossly inaccurate editing of Matthews writings in the book, obviously done after he died.”






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