What are Scalar Waves?

Back in the 1900s, Nikola Tesla discovered an electromagnetic longitudinal wave. It can carry out lossless transmission of energy over vast distances, pass through solid metal objects with no loss of power, and transport energy without the need of wires. Tesla did not explain how it worked in this patent, nor did he give it a name.

In the 21st century, it has now been called scalar waves. Scalar waves are instantaneous longitudinal waves that encompass the field. They do not propagate along an axis or have a direction, unlike electromagnetic waves, which are transverse, and travel along an axis in a known direction. Electromagnetic waves are “vector” waves whose power decreases over distances and if passing through solid metal objects.

Additionally, scalar waves offer a special feature that is not described by Tesla in his patent, which focuses on the transport of energy. These waves are also able to convey information. This information can be from a healing substance.


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