NIKOLA TESLA, THE MAN WHO LIT UP THE WORLD
Nikola Tesla, the man who lit up the world through his invention of alternating current, (AC) is encoded with Let there be lights and electricity. Shown below the matrix is the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, an international exposition which for the first time devoted a building to electrical exhibits. It was a historic event as Tesla and George Westinghouse introduced visitors to AC power by using it to illuminate the Exposition. To the right of that photo is a view of how much of the world is lit today by Tesla’s invention. To show all 3 terms requires a 220-letter matrix, but as is seen at the bottom of this page, Nikola Tesla and Let there be lights can be placed together in a matrix that only requires 90 letters. Odds of a match this good are about 1 chance in 3,387 (P = .000295). However, other transliteration are possible for Nikola Tesla’s name.
Note: The stimulus for this search was a question sent in by my friend, Clark McClelland. Clark's interest in Nikola Tesla may not be out of pure curiosity. He had a top secret clearance at the Kennedy Space Center, allegedly witnessed several UFO-related events, and he lost his job after 34 years of service there some three months after claiming to see (on a 27-inch TV monitor) an alien aboard one of our Space Shuttles. Clark told me that our true techological abilities are about 50 years further along than the general public knows. He believes that some of Tesla's more exotic ideas are at the basis of these developmemts. Clark's web site documents his credentials and claims. A matrix about Clark associates alien gods, UFOs, and NASA. But, as with Tesla, we may be seeing the Blessing and Curse effect in terms of associations that is implied in the Talmud, rather than confirmation of an absolute destiny or ultimate reality. Tesla, by the way, also claimed to receive a transmission from aliens (on Mars) in 1899. Another transliteration of Tesla appears on a matrix about Antigravity on my site.