Three, Six, Nine: Tesla Sees?

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As Nikola Tesla said over and again:

If you knew the significance of three, six and nine, you would have a key to the Universe.

Yes! You’d surely win.

Nikola Tesla did countless mysterious things, but he was a whole other mystery himself. Like a lot of genius’ he had a strange obsession: a real doozy!

He would walk around a block repeatedly three times before entering a building. He would clean his plates with 18 napkins. He would do everything in sets of 3.

He was a Serbian-born scientist inventor who lived in the Hotel New Yorker on the 33rd floor, room 3327. He would make calculations about things in his immediate environment to make sure the result was devisable by 3 and would base his choices upon the results.

And yes, he had a fondness for pigeons and fell in love with one particular white pigeon! And he…

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4 thoughts on “Three, Six, Nine: Tesla Sees?

  1. Looking closely at the pattern of 3 and 6 you realize that 3 and 6 equals 9, 6 and 3 equals 9, all the numbers together equal 9, both ways excluding and including 3 and 6! So 9 means unity of the both sides. 9 is The Universe itself! The vibration, the energy and the frequency!

    Nikola Tesla

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      1. My father is Italian-Greek a genetic type. There was a lot of Greek influence in Southern Italy and the island of Sicily!

        Alykes Beach is probably one of the best ones in Volos itself. The only problem is that if your going there in late August, make sure you have a supply of Stinging cream. This is because Jellyfish come inland to die at that time of year.

        Of course you know that. Me? I know nothing!

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      2. We had the problem with jellyfishes last Augoust but only a few dayw and did not couse any problem…..We have also an other kind of jellyfish named salufa, who eats the smaller that are dangerous….

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