This good bad food list goes back thousands of years at least, with cultural modifications along the way. Modern day man has never faced such peril as he sees today, and food plays a major part. I would like to pay homage to who I think is the smartest man that ever lived in this era. That man’s name is Nikola Tesla.
Curiously, when you search for the name Tesla, which is how Nikola Tesla is often referred to, you get this, a reference to the motor car company “Tesla”, a neat way to obscure his name and even his very existence. But we are not going to let that happen.
We have Tesla to thank for all the innovations we enjoy and depend on today such as:
- Alternating Current
- Remote Control
- Electric Motor
- Wireless Communications
- Limitless Free Energy
- Hundreds more not completed
I’m not going to expand on this list because the point of this article is Nikola Tesla’s view of food, energy and it’s real importance to the human body in the not so many obvious ways. Before I go there however, just stop and reflect on the listed inventions, and ask yourself how different the world might be without Nikola Tesla, a man that is not even taught or talked about in school.
As a sidebar thought, what did Albert Einstein invent or create? Oh that’s right, he was famous for his theories and yet he is taught in school. You know, Einstein was once asked “How does it feel to be the smartest man in the world”. Einstein’s replied “I don’t know, You’ll have to as Nikola Tesla”.
To illustrate Tesla’s imaginative thinking there were 278 patents issued to Tesla in 26 countries that could be verified. While Tesla knew that any food could fill you up, certain foods added to your energy while certain other foods affected your energy negatively. He was a high energy individual who was very conscious of maintaining his high level thinking ability.
Tesla understood the importance of “Eating The Sun“, that is, eating the plants that ate the sun. When you eat animals, at best, you’re eating the sun second hand. The animals have benefited but don’t pass the benefits on to you.
He also was very aware of the fact that the most significant and impactful vision was seen through the third eye, the eye that is severely limited and indeed calcified by toxins and a bad diet. His mind remained clear and focused on the amalgamation of his dreams and reality to accomplish all that he did. In his many interviews, writings and statements he emphasized man’s quest for ascendency to a higher realm which he knew existed.
It’s high time people know and understand the contribution of a genuine creator of things meant to benefit man, rather theories from Sir Issac Newton, Albert Einstein, Neil Degrasse Tyson and Bill Nye the pseudo-science guy.