Here is the last installment of our interview with Tesla. Next week, I plan on posting a video of a session I had with Kim Babcock. I’ve scheduled test sessions with two others and plan a second try on another. When you’ve had a chance to see them all, I’ll create a poll so you can rank them. If there’s any doubt, we can have additional sessions. It’s hard to judge just with one.
Me: Are you incarnated now?
Robert (chuckling): He gives me this image of himself hovering.
Me (chuckling): Waiting to make his grand entrance?
Robert: No, it’s like there are people who are doing things—and it’s not just about electricity, energy and stuff like that. It’s about all sorts of different patterns that he has an affinity for. Like he shows this person who’s working as an engineer, and he’s standing behind him sending him everything he needs to know on a telepathic level to help him understand how to engineer something so that one little piece helps create something that will become disruptive in a very good way for humanity. It becomes the one little piece that, down the road, will become life changing.
Robert: I asked him just now if the cars—
Me: Yeah, Tesla Motors? Let’s talk about how you feel about that.
Robert: I asked him if that person he’s working with is part of that company.
Tesla: I do that some, but not as much as you would think. If I compel myself to put all of my energy in that, then I wouldn’t really be living a “life” where I let all that go. I just come in if I’m needed and if it’s relevant to the bigger picture of things. It isn’t just limited to Tesla Motors, though.
Me: So the work you do in your afterlife is to help other people like engineers—
Tesla: There’s that aspect of it, but it’s not just mechanical things we create that funnel energy through it. It’s anything that allows energy to flow through it in a way that we identify with as happening.
Me: What do you mean?
Tesla: It could be a Reiki practitioner.
Me: Oh, okay!
Tesla: It could be a medium.
Me: So you work with people involved with the flow of energy.
Tesla: Yes. So it doesn’t have to be a mechanical thing. It can be a human body or another organic form. I teach some people how to release things, let them go. Energy is all about that. Energy has to have an influx and outflow.
Me: What is your proudest achievement?
Tesla: If there’s anything I’d attach the word, “pride” to, it’d be on what we just spoke of: to help awaken someone to something they didn’t know they could do.
Me: No, your proudest achievement as a human.
Robert: He’s showing me some sort of battery. He said, “The battery.”
Me: Oh, okay.
Robert: Did he invent the battery?
Me: Oh, I have no idea. I’ll have to look that up. Well, where do you think the future of energy is?
Robert: Oh, also, he said something about the fact that some of the work he did helped set the stage for the creation of solar panels. That’s how I’m interpreting it, anyway.
Me: Oh okay.
Robert: He gave me the image of a solar panel.
Me: Okay, so where do you see the future of energy going?
Tesla: To sustainability. That’s the simplest answer. There will be no worry in how much we’re consuming, and there will be no waste.
Me: What kind of energy source is that going to be?
Tesla: It will take several steps to get to the point where we have a limitless supply. Fusion is going to be a big step on that path.
Tesla: Not fission, but fusion. That will be widely used within 20 years, but containment is a very important aspect of that.
Robert (laughing): Okay, he’s getting all excited about the fusion.
Tesla: The great thing about fusion is that, unlike fission, which produces a lot of radiation that could leak out and do, harm, fusion—the kind I’m referring to—does not do that. This type of fusion will just simply fizzle out. It won’t produce all of that contamination. But eventually, we’ll be able to tap into the pattern that feeds this reality and that will become our unlimited source of power.
Zero Point Energy, I bet. Dark matter? Dark energy? Should have asked.
Tesla: And it won’t just fuel our mechanical devices. It’ll fuel our bodies, themselves.
Me: Oh, interesting. So what do you think about the state of humanity now?
Tesla: My simplest answer, which mirrors what other spirits have said, is that there is no concern. There is no absence of hope. There’s no anger or disappointment toward humanity in how they’ve handled the planet. I see it all as part of a process, which is preparing us not only to sustain this planet but others as well and in a way that doesn’t harm anything else. Sometimes you have to break a few eggs to make an omelet.
Me (chuckling): Oh, that’s so true.
And we sure are breaking a lot of eggs. Must be a huge ass omelet.
Me: Do you have any messages or advice for us?
Tesla: I really have nothing further to add.
Me: Yeah, you’ve already given us so many things to think about. What do you think about Channeling Erik? Do you have any advice for us on that front?
Tesla: I’m quite happy with Channeling Erik because it’s one of the many things that I’m involved with.
Me: Oh, okay. Tell me more!
Robert: He’s showing me a bunch of wall sockets, and he’s got himself plugged into all of them.
Tesla: Channeling Erik is one of them.
Me: In what way are your involved?
Robert (teasing): So did you learn your lesson about relaxation?
Me: I guess not!
All three of us laugh.
Tesla: My dear boy, sometimes the work is relaxing.
Me: Well that’s true. My work is relaxing. So what do you do with Channeling Erik? How are you involved?
Tesla: I’m helping those who are awakening to their gifts as mediums and other types of healers. I’m helping them navigate that process. There are a lot of them that are being awakened.
Me: That is so true, and I see that Erik is helping people develop their gifts, too.
Me: Okay, Erik, do you have any questions for Mr. Tesla?
Erik: There’s one thing I want to say. I want to thank Nikola, publically, because he’s helped me guide a lot of people.
Erik: Oh, Mom. Whenever I don’t understand how to feed someone a certain kind of energy to help them get something, Tesla helps me do it.
Me: Awesome. That’s great. Well, thank you so much, Mr. Tesla. I really appreciate the time you spent with us here. I’m glad that you were able to enlighten us in so many ways.
Tesla: Your welcome, and thank you for the opportunity.
Me: Thank you Erik and Robert. Erik, I love you!
Erik: Love you more.