How The Wardenclyffe Tower Worked & How Tesla Was Inspired By The Pyramids Of Giza in it’s construction

The Wardenclyffe Tower, also known as the Tesla Tower, was an experimental wireless transmission station designed and built by inventor and electrical engineer Nikola Tesla. The tower was located in Shoreham, New York, and was intended to be a key component of a worldwide wireless communication system that Tesla had proposed.

The tower was intended to transmit information and electrical power wirelessly over long distances by using the Earth’s natural conductivity. The tower consisted of a 187-foot-tall wooden lattice tower topped with a 68-foot-wide dome-shaped metal structure, and a large underground chamber that contained a unique power transformer that Tesla had designed.

The underground chamber was a large cylindrical pit that was lined with concrete and extended about 60 feet into the ground. At the bottom of the pit, Tesla had installed a large power transformer that was capable of handling high voltage and high-frequency electrical power. The transformer was connected to the tower above through a large metal rod that extended from the top of the transformer to the base of the tower.

The transformer was intended to convert the high voltage, low-frequency electrical power that was supplied by the power company, into high-frequency, high-voltage electrical power that could be transmitted wirelessly by the tower. It was also connected to the secondary coil, which would increase the frequency even further, this is one of the key element to make the wireless transmission possible.

It’s also worth noting that Tesla had also experiments on using the resonant frequency of the earth to transmit power, meaning that the underground chamber and the transformer were crucial for this experiment as well.

It’s important to note that Tesla’s Wardenclyffe tower and the underground chamber were never fully operational due to the lack of funding and the project was abandoned, therefore we can’t be certain of how exactly the underground chamber functioned and how it was designed to work with the tower.

The Wardenclyffe Tower system would transmit electrical power wirelessly by creating a resonant frequency between the Earth and the tower that would allow electrical energy to be transmitted through the ground.

The tower also had a laboratory and workshop for Tesla to conduct other experiments, including wireless power transmission and wireless telegraphy. Tesla believed that this tower could be used to transmit information and electricity wirelessly around the globe, making it possible to power homes and businesses without the need for wires.

Tesla’s Wardenclyffe Tower was never fully operational and it was destroyed in 1917, due to financial difficulties and lack of funding.

Some theories also suggest that Wardenclyffe Tower had a connection to the Pyramids in Egypt. This theory suggests that the pyramids were ancient power plants that used a similar wireless power transmission system to what Tesla had proposed. However, there is no scientific evidence to support this theory, and it is considered to be a controversial and unproven claim.

It’s worth noting that Tesla, who was fascinated by the Pyramids and believed that they were constructed by an ancient civilization with a superior technology






One response to “How The Wardenclyffe Tower Worked & How Tesla Was Inspired By The Pyramids Of Giza in it’s construction”

  1. Vicken avatar

    I have visited Nicole Tesla home in belgrade and his small museum its a logical theory. And He was born before his time and teachings which he manifested and some was concurred by other scientists.

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