Thirty-Four Issues of Extraordinary Science: The Official Magazine of the International Tesla Society and Tesla: A Journal of Modern Science, 1989-1997, All Published [Extraordinary Science Conference, After Hours: For members Only]

By: Elswick, Steven; David H. Hanson, editors

Price: $850.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good


A straight, complete run of Steven Elswick’s Nikola Tesla science and research magazine (Elswick was the editor of all but the final three issues). Very good with light cover wear. Includes articles on fiber-optic systems, Scalar wave technology, Tesla coils, spheres and voltage, ceramic superconductors, magnetic research, light bulbs, UFOs, hydrogen power and fuel, water power, Brown’s gas, electromagnetic theory, T-Field energy research, Moray devices, Tesla’s alternative geometry coils, electrotherapy, Kirlian photography, Rife plasma discharge beam tubes, toxic waste, bladeless pumps, Tesla’s wireless system for power distribution, cosmic rays, the Amalgam controversy, Project Phoenix, free energy, ether technology, electric vehicles, energy independence, the Wimshurst machine, Mars Observer, magnetic levitation, virtual reality, Tesla turbines, neon art, fluoridation, Tesla’s power wave, anti-gravity, super steam technology, the “Deadly Secret Behind AIDS,” modern alchemy labs, vaccinations, Aspartame seizures, electric motors, gold made from silver, the Omniscope, Gulf War Syndrome, suppressed technology, Einstein, atomic transmutation, sacred geometry, nutrition, pyramid research, radiant energy, Telautomatics, pain relief, lots on Nikola Tesla himself, etc., as well as letters, regular columns, and conference news. Well-illustrated. Also included are fifteen issues of the quarterly After Hours: For members Only from the International Tesla Society (newsprint, staple-bound self-wraps, April/May/June and July/August/September 1993, all four issues from 1994, January/February/March, April/May/June and October/November/December 1995, all four issues from 1996, and 1st and 2nd Quarter 1997. After Hours included organizational news, conference and symposium information, research updates, volunteer profiles, legal updates, etc. All in very good condition with light yellowing, and pencil notes on the cover of one issue. In addition, this lot includes a handful of promotional materials, book catalogs, a 1994 International Tesla Symposium program, a 1995 Extraordinary Science Conference program, and the Extraordinary Science 1995 Resource Guide. This is a scarce collection of alternative science journals and OCLC shows less than five institutions holding copies. Due to the size and weight of this lot, it will require additional postage for shipping outside of the United States.

Title: Thirty-Four Issues of Extraordinary Science: The Official Magazine of the International Tesla Society and Tesla: A Journal of Modern Science, 1989-1997, All Published [Extraordinary Science Conference, After Hours: For members Only]

Author Name: Elswick, Steven; David H. Hanson, editors

Categories: Science,

Publisher: Security, CO; Colorado Springs, CO, High Energy Enterprises; International Tesla Society, Inc.: 1989-1997

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 2499

Keywords: Alternative Science, Tesla