Andrija Puharich – Tesla’s Magnifying Transmitter

Dr. Nikola Tesla is considered one of the most prolific inventors and scientists of the late 19th and early 20th century. He is most renowned for his work with alternating electric currents, high-frequency resonant transformers and different wireless signal and energy transmission methods. His inventions and concepts are often misinterpreted and used as a coverall for various ideas and theories. Especially interesting is the case of Tesla’s Magnifying Transmitter (TMT). Nowadays, the physics behind TMT and engineering calculations are primarily understood, mainly due to the work of the Corum Brothers and Eric Dollard. Also, from the 1980’s to the present day, numerous versions of TMT have been built by amateurs and professionals. However, there are still some aspects of TMT behaviour that still need to be better understood. So, in the decades after Nikola Tesla’s death, various theories on its possible applications were proposed by different authors.

Previously not publicly available, this manuscript of Dr. Andrija Puharich provides an interesting hypothesis on possible uses of Tesla’s Magnifying Transmitter as a basis for electromagnetic warfare weapons on a global scale, capable of affecting the human nervous system as well as being capable of disrupting the power distribution systems of the enemy.