• How Cosmic Forces Shape Our Destinies

  • By: Nikola Tesla
  • Narrated by: Adriel Brandt
  • Length: 18 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (39 ratings)
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Nikola Tesla believed the universe was never bound to spiritual or natural laws, but is in essence a machine where we are but a mere part of. In this 1915 text Tesla applies the mechanical theory of life to the greater events of the time such as the war and the earthquake in Italy. He states that the man as a machine is joined in a universal wheelwork that feeds cosmic disturbances to our world and as a result introduces calamities that are, in the great scheme of things, not at all arbitrary but interconnected.

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Philosophy perfectly blended

Nikola Tesla spent time in philosophy classes as well as starring at the sky, observing nature and combined with his knowledge of electrical engineering gave us insight unlike before. He connects dots on a wide spectrum in rapid pace. Love that we have HIS words even though transcribed are his way of processing information.

This is an excellent correlation between nature, philosophy and astronomy in a circular motion he combined to develop his theories.

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Understood, but terrible reading.

Makes Nikolai Tesla seem like a pompous prick, needs better pauses between ideas within the work.