Just recently watched 12 series of the “Vangelia” movie. The movie is based on the life and is about the famous Bulgarian medium and healer Baba Vanga. The film is not a documentary. Among ideas that one could find about fortune telling and mediumship there were some controversial statements from the main character that, as I assume, derive from the ignorance of the play writers and directors of the movie on the topic or from ambiguous explanations of Baba Vanga herself that she presented in different times, different situations and to different people. For example, in some cases Baba Vanga says that “Fate” exists and in other cases she concedes one can change his fate if warned. In one of episodes she describes seeing a kind of movies about souls of deceased ones being demonstrated by small spiritual beings in others she says the souls themselves are present in the room and talking to her. I feel I have to learn more documented facts about Vangelia than just to trust the story in the movie.
Later I stumbled upon an article in the Facebook about another famous psychic and medium Edgar Cayce. There was a quote of him saying “Dreams are today’s answers to tomorrow’s questions”. His statements included predictions of the stock market crash of 1929 and events related to World Wars and even the warnings of untimely deaths of two American presidents.
I compared the abilities of psychics to predict exact times for some events with my general knowledge and understanding of what kind of information is available through spirits and god. Basically I say that spirits don’t know what exactly and when is going to happen in the future. But many spirits collaborating in coordinated effort to predict future may calculate the most possible scenarios of the future developments and their approximate timing. While I don’t have much trouble accepting predictions where an event is predicted with 1 year accuracy, I didn’t see how a psychic might see some more precise timing for an event like exact day, month and year.
I was puzzled and it seems to me I discovered or may be “received” a theory or true knowledge of how seeing and predicting exact times and names could work. Strangely, it includes ideas that I read in articles about Quantum theory and theory of parallel universes or multiverse.
One of ideas is that there are parallel universes and the difference between them can sometimes be in just small details and different timing – one can be ahead or behind another in time.
Generally, when we think that a medium “sees” the Future, in reality that psychic receives information of something that happened in the past in a parallel universe that is very close to and related to ours. Simply it is the one that is ahead of ours in time and is only slightly different in some details.
I also now assume that our spirits have access to information about history in other parallel universes or able to visit parallel universes themselves through eyes and bodies of the dwellers of other universes directly or via connections to their spirits.
The hypothesis I present to your attention here is just a hypothesis and I hope it has at least some value as a thought provoking reading.
Please, feel free to comment, critique or discuss it.
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Soul can function as a synonym for spirit, mind, psyche or self. Yol religion can characterize soul using the following sentences (read small text at the end of the post from Creator of Yol):
Soul is a human’s consciousness that extends far beyond the physical body.
Soul is the cause of intuition and “unconscious mind”.
Soul has features and characteristics that exceed those of a human’s mind.
Soul has an energy that has something in common with electricity.
Soul emerges and develops to a degree.
Soul is not everlasting.
Soul can not reincarnate.
All organisms have souls.
Existence of soul conforms to Laws of Nature awaiting discovery.
Quotes about Soul
Everywhere and always, since its very inception, Christianity has turned the earth into a vale of tears; always it has made of life a weak, diseased thing, always it has instilled fear in man, turning him into a dual being, whose life energies are spent in the struggle between body and soul. In decrying the body as something evil, the flesh as the tempter to everything that is sinful, man has mutilated his being in the vain attempt to keep his soul pure, while his body rotted away from the injuries and tortures inflicted upon it.
EMMA GOLDMAN, Mother Earth, April 1913
What is soul? It’s like electricity – we don’t really know what it is, but it’s a force that can light a room.
Ambition is a Dead Sea fruit, and the greatest peril to the soul is that one is likely to get precisely what he is seeking.
EDWARD DAHLBERG, Alms for Oblivion
The dream is the small hidden door in the deepest and most intimate sanctum of the soul, which opens to that primeval cosmic night that was soul long before there was conscious ego and will be soul far beyond what a conscious ego could ever reach.
CARL JUNG, The Meaning of Psychology for Modern Man
Imagination is the eye of the soul.
JOSEPH JOUBERT, Pensées
Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.
Soul. The word rebounded to me, and I wondered, as I often had, what it was exactly. People talked about it all the time, but did anybody actually know? Sometimes I’d pictured it like a pilot light burning inside a person–a drop of fire from the invisible inferno people called God. Or a squashy substance, like a piece of clay or dental mold, which collected the sum of a person’s experiences–a million indentations of happiness, desperation, fear, all the small piercings of beauty we’ve ever known.
SUE MONK KIDD, The Mermaid Chair
Belief consists in accepting the affirmations of the soul; unbelief, in denying them. Some minds are incapable of skepticism.
RALPH WALDO EMERSON, “Montaigne; or, the Skeptic,” Representative Men
Negativity is an addiction to the bleak shadow that lingers around every human form … you can transfigure negativity by turning it toward the light of your soul.
JOHN O’DONOHUE, Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom
Emotions are the colors of the soul.
WM. PAUL YOUNG, The Shack
The soul is healed by being with children.
FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY, The Idiot
There are apartments in the soul which have a glorious outlook; from whose windows you can see across the river of death, and into the shining city beyond; but how often are these neglected for the lower ones, which have earthward-looking windows.
HENRY WARD BEECHER, Life Thoughts
For all good and evil, whether in the body or in human nature, originates … in the soul, and overflows from thence, as from the head into the eyes.
The human soul is God’s treasury, out of which he coins unspeakable riches.
HENRY WARD BEECHER, Proverbs from Plymouth Pulpit
Music, sculpture, poetry, painting–these are glorious works; but the soul that creates them is more glorious than they. The music shall die on the passing wind, the poem may be lost in the confusion of tongues, the marble will crumble and the canvas will fade, while the soul shall be quenchless and strong, filled with a nobler melody, kindling with loftier themes, projecting images of unearthly beauty, and drinking from springs of imperishable life.
E. H. CHAPIN, Living Words
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You don’t believe in the soul until you feel it straining to escape the body.
GLEN DUNCAN, A Day and a Night and a Day
Good men study to spiritualize their bodies; bad men to incarnate their souls.
BENJAMIN WHICHCOTE, Moral and Religious Aphorisms
The blackest murder is the killing of the Soul’s aspirations!
EDWIN LEIBFREED, “The Song of the Soul”
The soul’s vitality after death is proportionate to its vitality before death.
AUSTIN O’MALLEY, Keystones of Thought
The soul, like the body, acquires vigor by the exercise of all its faculties. In the midst of the world, in overcoming difficulties, in conquering selfishness, indolence, and fear–in all the occasions of duty, it employs, and reveals by employing, energies that render it efficient and robust–that broaden its scope, adjust its powers, and mature it with a rich experience.
E. H. CHAPIN, Living Words
There may be a soul of the world, there may be … a psychical side, of which we are not aware, to every atom in the universe, and the psychical side, like the moon, may show us ever but the one face, the other forever in the shadow; but, at best, this is only a conjecture, it presents no solid foundation upon which to rest a theory.
JOHN GRIER HIBBEN, The Problems of Philosophy
The soul can never be corrupted with the corruption of the body, but it is like the wind which causes the sound of the organ, and which ceases to produce a good effect when a pipe is spoilt.
LEONARDO DA VINCI, Thoughts on Art and Life
He who possesses the divine powers of the soul is a great being, be his place what it may. You may clothe him with rags, may immure him in a dungeon, may chain him to slavish tasks; but he is still great. You may shut him out of your houses; but God opens to him heavenly mansions.
WILLIAM E. CHANNING, Thoughts
Only by much searching and mining, are gold and diamonds obtained, and man can find every truth connected with his being, if he will dig deep into the mine of his soul.
JAMES ALLEN, As a Man Thinketh
My mind is incapable of conceiving such a thing as a soul. I may be in error, and man may have a soul; but I simply do not believe it. What a soul may be is beyond my understanding.
THOMAS EDISON, “Do We Live Again?”, The Illustrated London News, May 3, 1924
Why do you hasten to remove anything which hurts your eye, while if something affects your soul you postpone the cure until next year?
Let us duly learn to prize and value our Souls: Is the body such a valuable piece, what then is the Soul? The body is but a husk of shell, the Soul is the kernel; the body is but the cask, the Soul is the precious liquor contained in it; the body is but the cabinet, the Soul is the jewel; the body is but the dwelling, the Soul the inhabitant.
WELLINS CALCOTT, Thoughts Moral and Divine
Human Soul. Quotes about Soul and Spirit.
Say not, “I have found the truth,” but rather, “I have found a truth.” Say not, “I have found the path of the soul.” Say rather, “I have met the soul walking upon my path.” For the soul walks upon all paths. The soul walks not upon a line, neither does it grow like a reed. The soul unfolds itself, like a lotus of countless petals.
Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet, 1923
I was thrown out of college for cheating on the metaphysics exam: I looked into the soul of another boy.
From Shaheen Hajigil, creator of Yol:
Dear follower or reader. Do you agree or disagree with quotes aboul Soul? In Yol religion I say to my followers that all souls or many souls connected to each other make one god. I don’t call it universal soul as I don’t have any message from god about it’s (universal Soul) existence.
Universal god is also outside of my message. There is infinite number of universes in the limitless Cosmos. There is infinite number of populated planets. Each one of the planets have it’s own god- god that consists of many souls connected to each other (only type of god recognised in Yol religion) . Two populated planets can be very close to each other. If their intelligent dwellers can visit each other and have created a community then they may have their two separate gods (sets of multiple souls) fused into one larger and communicating soul connection.
Other than this method Yol religion doesn’t know how two sides may join each other without first communicating and exchanging information using conscious mind.
Thank you for reading Yol’s view about souls and other soul quotes.
Don’t forget to COMMENT and SHARE with your soulmates. By Shaheen Hajigil. Google
Different Moral Values, different Religions, different Laws generate sentiments that are currently dominant in the civilizations that share the surface of the planet Earth.
Moral values are rules by which humans are supposed to live and by which they are supposed to be judged by others. Moral values are based on the belief systems that are wide spread and dominant in a group of people. In the group that is dominant in the local society. Some of these rules were used even in creation of secular Laws, others remained as general rules of behavior by abiding to which individuals consider themselves as “good” members of the society.
Being born out of lack of knowledge and understanding of events of nature and therefore based on fears these superstitions, ideas, beliefs were spreading around at the early stages of social formations. Coming from the desire to explain the events of Nature, superstitions and beliefs were sometimes localized within certain environmental boundaries. Their propagation would stop there where different events of Nature would prevail in the surrounding environment and thoughts of local inhabitants. Being quickly recognized as powerful instruments of control in hands of tribal rulers, systematized superstitions took a form of religion and continued to spread by force there where local people would not accept alien fears and superstitions. The outreach of religions was now limited by distances where their message could travel without a significant loss in the main set of dogmas. Surviving ideological and blood-shedding battles, religions divided the humankind and built many high “walls” between us.
These “walls” are now very old and cracked in many places.
The crisis started when our World began to “shrink” under the pressure of scientific and technological advances. Civilizations became more visible to each other and bearers of different moral values inhabited physically or “digitally” territories of people with slightly different or even antagonistic values . And as “familiarity breeds contempt”, the “clash of civilizations” became more prominent.
It would not be a problem if people did not have a notion that “bad” individuals or societies and their behavior must be corrected and brought to the standards that are considered good. The correction sometimes is directly requested by the dominant religious belief and those who do not obey are believed to be punished by God after they die. Where the moral values, rooted in belief systems, were integrated in the “fabric” of secular Laws there those Laws now require to act to mend the “bad” behavior.
These antagonistic views, unacceptible behavior and retaliation leads to clashes. This incompatibility divides people on streets, nations on continents and civilizations on the planet. Clashes may be as small as a discrimination on the individual level, but sometimes they may become as big as World Wars.
Did God send prophets and handed to people beliefs that require to change others, and gradually lead to wars and deaths of millions of humans? No? God wants to see happy and healthy men and women, not the dead ones. Right?
Religions that came to life on planet Earth are to be flexible enough to adapt to the changing world. Religions that started to adapt, did it successfully to a certain degree. But now they are reaching the limits of their flexibility and face a complete failure shaking not only general moral values but also Constitutions and Laws inspired by them.
The “shrinking” world is inevitable reality and the process of transformation of values has started. We, as humankind, will be forced not only to review our moral values and our Laws, but also create Laws of the global society that would be able to accommodate most of the many different views of the diverse nations.
There will always be a room for diversity on our planet, but lesser alienation will boost happiness and comfort among vast majority of humans to a level much higher than our current moral values could provide.
Motivational stories are of an essence when we learn the ways to achieve our goals and gain success. Napoleon Hill quotations are parts of wisdom of manyof the greatest achievers concentrated in a limited number of words.
Success stories are remembered better and motivate longer when you can hold in your memory an easily memorizable piece of it.
Here are some quotes I’d like you to know.
Quatations are about gainings that we may desire.
If you don’t get what you want, it’s a sign either that you did not seriously want it, or that you tried to bargain over the price.
Not enough just to Want; Have a Burning Desire!
When you have a burning desire to possess something or see something happening, all powers of nature will come together to make your wishes come true. You only have to be ready to see the path and make daily choices that steadily move you toward your desired point.
Some people are able see the path naturally, others need to learn to see it.
I learned my way by asking a simple question”why” and seeking answers everywhere.
Nothing of what I got seems to be cheap or little to me.
Some of my gains must look big even to the chosen few.
Here are some I want to tell you.
Dreams that became Reality.
My dream to own and drive a silver metallic Mitsubishi Galant with blue tinted windows became reality after only five years in 2006.
In 2001 back in my country I could only dream to have such an inexpensive by American measures car like Mitsubishi Galant.
My dream to speak English and make living by using it came true 12 years after I started studying it.
My dream of becoming a citizen of the United States of America came true after 37 years in the year 2013.
My dream to know what god is was answered in 2003 – just in 10 years from the day when my father died and I could not make sense of the tons of lies and tales of the traditional religions.
I dreamed of forgiveness I would receive when I meet my father the day I die. He forgave me one night in a beautiful dream that I remembered forever.
What you can do?
Do you have wishes? Think about them every day, twice a day.
Read about men and women whose achievements are big and well known.
Napoleon Hill, author of “Think and Grow Rich” said:
Experience has taught me that the next best thing to being truly great is to emulate the great, by feeling and action, as nearly as possible.
Emulate the greatest achievers.
Give before you get.
Don’t bargain over the price! Don’t expect to have sustainable gains before you give people values that they desire.
““My personal theology is described in the Gifford lectures that I gave at Aberdeen in Scotland in 1985, published under the title, Infinite In All Directions. Here is a brief summary of my thinking. The universe shows evidence of the operations of mind on three levels. The first level is elementary physical processes, as we see them when we study atoms in the laboratory. The second level is our direct human experience of our own consciousness. The third level is the universe as a whole. Atoms in the laboratory are weird stuff, behaving like active agents rather than inert substances. They make unpredictable choices between alternative possibilities according to the laws of quantum mechanics. It appears that mind, as manifested by the capacity to make choices, is to some extent inherent in every atom. The universe as a whole is also weird, with laws of nature that make it hospitable to the growth of mind. I do not make any clear distinction between mind and God. God is what mind becomes when it has passed beyond the scale of our comprehension. God may be either a world-soul or a collection of world-souls. So I am thinking that atoms and humans and God may have minds that differ in degree but not in kind. We stand, in a manner of speaking, midway between the unpredictability of atoms and the unpredictability of God. Atoms are small pieces of our mental apparatus, and we are small pieces of God’s mental apparatus. Our minds may receive inputs equally from atoms and from God. This view of our place in the cosmos may not be true, but it is compatible with the active nature of atoms as revealed in the experiments of modern physics. I don’t say that this personal theology is supported or proved by scientific evidence. I only say that it is consistent with scientific evidence.”
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Infinite In All Directions is a book on a wide range of subjects, including history,philosophy, research, technology, the origin of life and eschatology, by theoretical physicist Freeman Dyson. Published in 1988, this book is based on the author’s Gifford Lectures delivered in Aberdeen in 1985. Infinite in All Directions can roughly be summarized as a treatise on the universe and humanity’s role and its responsibilities.
Your parents are intelligent, well educated people. You don’t understand why they believe in what their religion teaches. Are they hypocrites? What makes them to believe?
This article will help you to feel more relieved when you understand what makes billions of people to believe in myths and follow religions. You are not alone in your search for the answers. Use the share and bookmarking buttons to help others to find this article.
“Because this theory can be tested scientifically, we can learn its strengths and weaknesses, and gradually improve it,” Reiss said. “Eventually, we may understand better the psychological basis of religion.”
16 basic desires :
Power, independence, curiosity, acceptance, order, saving, honor, idealism, social contact, family, status, vengeance, romance, eating, physical exercise, and tranquility.
People are not drawn to religion just because of a fear of death or any other single reason, according to a new comprehensive, psychological theory of religion.
There are actually 16 basic human psychological needs that motivate people to seek meaning through religion, said Steven Reiss, author of the new theory and professor of psychology and psychiatry at Ohio State University.
These basic human needs – which include honor, idealism, curiosity and acceptance – can explain why certain people are attracted to religion, why God images express psychologically opposite qualities, and the relationship between personality and religious experiences.
Previous psychologists tried to explain religion in terms of just one or two overarching psychological needs. The most common reason they cite is that people embrace religion because of a fear of death, as expressed in the saying ‘there are no atheists in foxholes,” Reiss said.
Luis Ricardo Falero, Public Domain
“But religion is multi-faceted – it can’t be reduced to just one or two desires.”
Reiss described his new theory – which he said may be the most comprehensive psychological theory of religion since Freud’s work more than a century ago — in the June issue of Zygon, a journal devoted to issues of science and religion.
“I don’t think there has been a comprehensive theory of religion that was scientifically testable,” he said.
The theory is based on his overall theory of human motivation, which he calls sensitivity theory. Sensitivity theory is explained in his 2000 book Who Am I? The 16 Basic Desires that Motivate Our Action and Define Our Personalities(Tarcher Putnam).
Reiss said that each of the 16 basic desires outlined in the book influence the psychological appeal of religious behavior. The desires are power, independence, curiosity, acceptance, order, saving, honor, idealism, social contact, family, status, vengeance, romance, eating, physical exercise, and tranquility.
In fact, Reiss has already done some initial research that suggests the desire for independence is a key psychological desire that separates religious and non-religious people. In a study published in 2000, Reiss found that religious people (the study included mostly Christians) expressed a strong desire for interdependence with others. Those who were not religious, however, showed a stronger need to be self-reliant and independent.
The study also showed that religious people valued honor more than non-religious people, which Reiss said suggests many people embrace religion to show loyalty to parents and ancestors.
In the Zygon paper, Reiss explains that every religious person balances their 16 basic human needs to fit their own personality.
“They embrace those aspects of religious imagery that express their strongest psychological needs and deepest personal values.”
One example is the desire for curiosity, Reiss said. Religious intellectuals, who are high in curiosity, value a God who is knowable through reason, while doers, who have weak curiosity, may value a God that is knowable only through revelation.
“People who have a strong need for order should enjoy ritualized religious experiences, whereas those with a weak need for order may prefer more spontaneous expression of faith,” he said.
“The prophecy that the weak will inherit the earth should appeal especially to people with a weak need for status, whereas the teaching that everybody is equal before God should appeal especially to people with a strong need for idealism.”
If religion and personality are linked, religion must provide a range of images and symbols sufficiently diverse to appeal to all the different kinds of personalities in the human population, Reiss says. Religious imagery potentially accommodates everybody because in many instances the images and symbols are psychological opposites.
“How we value and balance the 16 psychological needs is what makes us an individual, and for every individual there are appealing religious images,” he said.
“The values that guide a personality with a strong need for vindication are expressed by a God of wrath, or a war God, while the values that guide a personality with a weak need for vindication are expressed by a God of forgiveness.”
“The values that guide a personality with a strong need to socialize are expressed by religious fellowship and festivals, while the values that guide a personality with a weak need to socialize are expressed by religious asceticism.”
The need for acceptance makes meaningful images of God as a savior, while its opposite inspires the concept of original sin, according to Reiss. The need to eat motives some people to value abstinence and others to value sustenance.
“Because this theory can be tested scientifically, we can learn its strengths and weaknesses, and gradually improve it,” Reiss said. “Eventually, we may understand better the psychological basis of religion.”
Reiss emphasized that the theory addresses the psychology of religious experiences and has no implications for the validity or invalidity of religious beliefs.
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“My brain is only a receiver. In the Universe there is a core from which we obtain knowledge, strength, inspiration.
I have not penetrated into the secrets of this core, but I know it exists.”
Nikola Tesla was spiritual and positive.
Another quote from famous inventor Nikola Tesla is “There is no conflict between the ideal of religion and the ideal of science, but science is opposed to theological dogmas because science is founded on fact. To me, the universe is simply a great machine which never came into being and never will end. The human being is no exception to the natural order. Man, like the universe, is a machine. Nothing enters our minds or determines our actions which is not directly or indirectly a response to stimuli beating upon our sense organs from without. Owing to the similarity of our construction and the sameness of our environment, we respond in like manner to similar stimuli, and from the concordance of our reactions, understanding is born. In the course of ages, mechanisms of infinite complexity are developed, but what we call “soul” or “spirit,” is nothing more than the sum of the functioning of the body. When this functioning ceases, the “soul” or the “spirit” ceases likewise.”
While I don’t agree fully with the last quote, importance of citing Nikola Tesla’s words about intangible energy or source of power is in the similarities with the knowledge that author of this website received from god.
I recommend reading more about life of Nikola Tesla to my readers and hopefully followers.
In “Tesla: Man Out of Time” book, Margaret Cheney explores the brilliant and prescient mind of one of the twentieth century’s greatest scientists and inventors. Called a madman by his enemies, a genius by others, and an enigma by nearly everyone, Nikola Tesla was, without a doubt, a trailblazing inventor who created astonishing, sometimes world-transforming devices that were virtually without theoretical precedent. Tesla not only discovered the rotating magnetic field — the basis of most alternating-current machinery — but also introduced us to the fundamentals of robotics, computers, and missile science. Almost supernaturally gifted, unfailingly flamboyant and neurotic, Tesla was troubled by an array of compulsions and phobias and was fond of extravagant, visionary experimentations. He was also a popular man-about-town, admired by men as diverse as Mark Twain and George Westinghouse, and adored by scores of society beauties.
From Tesla’s childhood in Yugoslavia to his death in New York in the 1940s, Cheney paints a compelling human portrait and chronicles a lifetime of discoveries that radically altered — and continue to alter — the world in which we live. Tesla: Man Out of Time is an in-depth look at the seminal accomplishments of a scientific wizard and a thoughtful examination of the obsessions and eccentricities of the man behind the science.
Nikola Tesla (Serbian Cyrillic: Никола Тесла; 10 July 1856 — 7 January 1943) was a Serbian-American inventor, physicist, mechanical engineer, electrical engineer, and futurist. He was an important contributor to the use of commercial electricity, and is best known for developing the modern alternating current (AC) electrical supply system. His many revolutionary developments in the field of electromagnetism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries were based on the theories of electromagnetic technology discovered by Michael Faraday. Tesla’s patents and theoretical work also formed the basis of wireless communication and the radio.
Electromechanical devices and principles developed by Nikola Tesla:
Various devices that use rotating magnetic fields (1882)
The Induction motor, rotary transformers, and “high” frequency alternators
The Tesla coil, his magnifying transmitter, and other means for increasing the intensity of electrical oscillations (including condenser discharge transformations and the Tesla oscillators)
Alternating current long-distance electrical transmission system (1888) and other methods and devices for power transmission
Systems for wireless communication (prior art for the invention of radio) and radio frequency oscillators
Robotics and the electronic logic gate
Electrotherapy Tesla currents
Wireless transfer of electricity and the Tesla effect
Tesla impedance phenomena
Tesla electro-static field, Tesla principle, Bifilar coil, Telegeodynamics
Tesla insulation, Tesla impulses, Tesla frequencies,
Tesla discharge, Tesla turbines (e.g., bladeless turbines) for water, steam and gas and the Tesla pumps, Tesla igniter,
Corona discharge ozone generator, Tesla compressor,
X-rays Tubes using the Bremsstrahlung process, Devices for ionized gases and “Hot Saint Elmo’s Fire”., Devices for high field emission,
Devices for charged particle beams, Phantom streaming devices
Arc light systems, Methods for providing extremely low level of resistance to the passage of electric current (predecessor to superconductivity),
Voltage multiplication circuitry, Devices for high voltage discharges
Devices for lightning protection, VTOL aircraft, Dynamic theory of gravity, Concepts for electric vehicles, Polyphase systems.