Einstein the dreamer (and schemer?)



All it takes to impress Americans at a gathering is something like Leonardo da Vinci was ahead of his time. But when it comes to Albert Einstein, it sometimes looks as if he was smack-dab in the middle of his time.

    Quit calling me a scientist!
    The German-Jew-American Albert Einstein felt that he was intellectually inferior to the Serbian-American Nikola Tesla. What follows is what was said and possible reasons why, reasons that will overturn everything (yes, literally everything) you’ve been conditioned to think about the world. When asked how it felt to be the smartest man alive, Einstein set the softball ‘reporter’ straight: ‘I don’t know. You’ll have to ask Tesla’. In a letter sent on the occasion of the latter’s seventy-fifth birthday, Einstein wrote: ‘As an eminent pioneer in the realm of high frequency currents’ ‘I congratulate you on the great successes of your life’s work’. But if observable fact favored Tesla, today’s tyranny over the mind of man favors Enstein, and I’ll leave it to your darkest imaginings to piece together the reasons for this state of affairs.

    • So what did Tesla think of Einstein?
      Nikola Tesla agreed with ‘the Dopey Doctor’s assessment of which man had the better mind, not only because of their differences of ideology but because of their differences of methodology!

      • Difference of opinions. Tesla followed the great Giovanni Cassini (Newton’s rival, who unlike the Masonic knight got a space probe named after him) and persevered in holding aether over relativity, stationary geocentrism over modern astronomy [0], and electromagnetism over spacetime; he categorically rejected such Einsteinian notions as ‘curved space’! [1]
      • Difference of method. Not only did Tesla agree that Einstein wasn’t the smartest man alive: he highlighted reasons why his fellow-immigrant wasn’t a scientist, full stop. Without saying it outright, Tesla warned that Einstein had started a cult with a wanton wackiness and a suspectness that mirrored the man’s personal appearance (and let’s just say it: his sexual conduct, which–paging Doctor Freud–would seem to explain his predilection for ‘relativity’. ‘Einstein’s relativity [2] work is a magnificent mathematical garb which fascinates, dazzles and makes people blind to the underlying errors. The theory is like a beggar clothed in purple whom ignorant people take for a king. Its exponents are brilliant men but they are metaphysicists rather than scientists’ (Nikola Tesla [underlines added]. I know what you’re thinking: when it comes to punctuation, the jury’s still out on which man was worse)! To reword his last remark, relativity theorists are just that: theorists, speculative and not empirical-evidence-based. This helps explain why Einsteinians rely almost entirely on mathematics and speak endlessly of the ‘beauty’ of the theory as a Muslim might peddle the Qur’an or a Seventh-day Adventist might advocate for the King James Version of the Hebreo-Christian Bible. When metaphysics masquerades as physics, circular reasoning is right around the corner. (See also the ‘science’ of sociology.)

        (Please note here that philosophies, religions, superstitions and intuitive enterprises, while it’s disingenuous to confuse them with science, can on the other hand be credited with having incubated much inspiration and indeed birthed many inventions. I believe it was C.S. Lewis who pointed out that technology is to science what magic is to religion.)
  • So what had Einstein to say for himself?
    To this blogger’s shock, it turns out that Albert Einstein himself made no claims that could warrant Tesla’s diatribe. What happened with him, as with many edgy personalities (Jesus?), is that the cult wasn’t really Einstein’s idea. Early in his life, Einstein essentially disclaimed that he was nor aspired to be a scientist: ‘I want to know how God created this world. I’m not interested in this or that phenomenon, in the spectrum of this or that element. I want to know His [God’s] thoughts, the rest are details’ (AE).

We all know from science that nothing can exceed the speed of light, but relatively it’s happening constantly! The only real question is why we call Einstein a ‘scientist’, unless this is some kind of Yiddish Special Olympics and I wasn’t informed.

  • Blogger’s fun physics notes.
    Relativity has been disproved. And it’s little wonder, quite frankly. The problems this blogger sees in spacetime relativity are literally endless, such that when he envisions Einstein’s mind he conjures the image of a burrowing mole. So here for your consideration are what this blogger considers to be super-obvious reasons why Einstein should never be taken seriously as a physical scientist:

    • Were space and time relative and continual–if time was a ‘fourth dimension’–then it would be possible to move back in time which would create paradoxes that would negate the motive for having traveled back in time to begin with, thus creating an endless loop of nothingness, à la Donny Darko. But more importantly,
    • the speed of light would be relative to the source of light and would therefore be limitless, which no one has even attempted to claim, and therefore the conversion of matter into energy at said speed (E=mc²) would of necessity rely on a collision of some kind. (Spoiler alert: the collision is with aether!) And finally,
    • were spatial relativity realistic (never mind observable), there could be no orbits (as of satellites, moons and ‘planet-stars’), since neither rotations nor revolutions can be said to happen in relative space (in which furthermore it would also be impossible to say that anything moves except relative to something else, so you have a stationary Earth either way!

And this coming from a man who lucked out by being in the U.S. when Adolf Hitler won the chancellerian election!

The real reason media-led ‘pop culture’ hails Einstein as a ‘scientist’ is because he champions not science but scientism. What I mean is that his sloppy plagiarized formula is the last thing standing between us and the truth of a geocentric universe (see last video).

Einstein changed one term from Hendrik Lorentz’s formula and published it as his own. Both were completely loony and political reactions to the windfall following the results of the Michelson-Morley experiment. Most likely he exploited his post as a patent officer and was in league with the Freemasons of the time. (Careful who you idolize, right?)



      • The man who would be philosopher-king of the Jews
        Critiquing one’s own family, tribe or nationality can be delicate (by which I really mean ‘indelicate’). Albert Einstein was quick to praise what good he found in his Judaism-based upbringing and in his fellow-Jews but he kept no secrets (hint, hint) about what he found to be deeply disturbing, manifestly maladjusted, unequivocally unjust and spiritually stunting in Jewish nationalism [3], namely their attitudes and policies of secrecy, superiority and supremacy. Nor did he make any secret of his opinion that, when it came to transcendence, there were far better paths available! (For Einstein’s intellectual successor, see also Jewish genocide survivor Hajo Meyer.)
      • B-1
        We Jews really need to get our sh*t together!
        Albert Einstein (like almost any other genius you can name) profoundly sympathized with and sought to candidly address ‘antisemitism’.
        ‘Anti-Semitism [sic] is nothing but the antagonistic attitude produced in non-Jews by the Jewish group [or demographic]. This is a normal social reaction’ (AE).
        Specifically, Einstein thought the Talmud was awesome but had to be made public (and by the way this blogger agrees on both points [5]): ‘The scientific organization and comprehensive exposition in accessible form of the Talmud has a twofold importance for us Jews. It is important in the first place that the high cultural values of the Talmud should not be lost to modern minds among the Jewish people nor to science, but should operate further as a living force. In the second place, the Talmud must be made an open book to the world, in order to cut the ground from under certain malevolent attacks, of anti-Semitic [sic] origin, which borrow countenance from the obscurity and inaccessibility of certain passages in the Talmud’ (AE [underlines added], who as we’ll see doesn’t believe in a personal or separate God, as well as having had a fascinating family life).
      • B-2
        Israel’s (systemic) racism is shockingly hypocritical and regressive!
        Albert Einstein refused to accept presidency of Israel, warning that Zionists were becoming Nazis vis-à-vis the Palestinians (and quite possibly asking himself why on Earth the powers that be had scrapped earlier cool-headed plans and opted to settle Jews in Arab Central rather than in sparsely populated Argentina, Uganda, Madagascar or at the very least in the Jewish Autonomous Oblast).
        ‘The most important aspect of [Israeli] policy must be our ever-present, manifest desire to institute complete equality for the Arab citizens living in our midst.’ ‘The attitude we adopt toward the Arab minority will provide the real test of our moral standards as a people’ (AE). And ominously, ‘It would be my greatest sadness to see Zionists do to Palestinian Arabs much of what Nazis did to Jews’ (AE). Sure enough, the Jewish Democratic State of Israel today (29-Nov-2017) has sixty Arab-hating laws on the books, affecting virtually all areas of public life within its ever-expanding borders, like a gangrene of the Middle East. (Contrast with Palestine which has zero systemic racism and has a Christian diplomat.) In the area of civil rights, Tel Aviv basically makes Johannesburg look like London.
    • B-3
      Personal gods are for kids; national gods are for savages!
      Albert Einstein rejected a personal or separate deity as the true God: ‘The religion of the future will be a cosmic religion. It should transcend a personal God and avoid dogmas and theology. Covering both the natural and the spiritual, it should be based on a religious sense arising from the experience of all things, natural and spiritual as a meaningful unity. If there is any religion that would cope with modern scientific needs, it would be Buddhism’ (AE?). Einstein used terms like naïve and childlike in reference to the whole notion of a personal or separate deity, preferring ‘religious unbelief’ and instead a Baruch-Spinoza-styled ‘pantheism’, which today would be simply termed panentheism. Einstein was a total Buju.
      In short, the only path Einstein saw for world Jewry was to allow their culture to become truly enlightened, rather than act as the Western world’s eclipse by coasting on the advances made in the Enlightenment for thuggish ends. (For counterpoint, see Star Trek.) But here let’s be fair and point out that the Judeo-Masonic Bavarian Illuminati, who too colluded with the Rothschild bankers (as well as Jacob Frank!) and whose saga reads like The Lord of the Rings. The Illuminati (d.b.a. ‘Free and Accepted Masons’) have had a clear corrupting influence on the Enlightenment and on the Zionist movement. Long before Jews gained equality anywhere on the European continent, the Illuminati similarly refused to publish their ideology and methodology even where persecution by church authorities was nil, opting for élitism, much to Thomas Jefferson’s consternation.

In conclusion, Einstein really wasn’t who we were told, but he was still a total rock star of profundity! Oh, and please understand that I’m not being patronizing when I call him a true genius and cultural luminary as well as icon. As a 90s Catholic kid, I was treated to this and that Italo-American Catholic evangelist (nationalist?) plagiarizing Einstein’s sayings right and left with nary a scruple. One of the late great Mother Angelica [4]’s most iconic ‘sayings’ concerned ‘what God thinks’, and the ex-priest John Anthony Corapi could rouse a crowd with his standard ‘God has placed clear limits on Man’s intelligence, but none on his stupidity’–to whose veracity their own popularity is maybe a case in point!

[0] You’ll find that aether does necessitate geocentrism: see the Michelson-Morley Experiment.
[1] Concerning space, Tesla said: ‘I hold that space cannot be curved, for the simple reason that it can have no properties. It might as well be said that God has properties. He has not, but only attributes and these are of our own making. Of properties we can only speak when dealing with matter filling the space. To say that in the presence of large bodies space becomes curved is equivalent to stating that something can act upon nothing. I, for one, refuse to subscribe to such a view’ (underline added). Note: neither Tesla nor Einstein has a middle name.
[2] This blogger found it fascinating to learn that Einstein’s theory was translated into English by none other than Satyendra Nath Bose of India (no relation to the Bose Wave Radio man, though both hail from Bengal, specifically Calcutta). Especially since the boson in Higgs boson (the new name for ‘aether‘?) actually derives from this very Bose.
[3] Jewish nationalism includes both classical Judaism and Europe-based Zionism.
[4] My favorite words from the Talmud express the Golden Rule or Law of Reciprocity which, like all the key points of Judaism, actually comes from Egypt:

דעלך סני לחברך לא תעביד. זו היא כל התורה כולה, ואידך פירושה הוא: זיל גמור
That which is hateful to you, do not do to your neighbor.
That is the whole Torah; the rest is the explanation. Go and study it’
(Babylonian Talmud, tractate Shabbat 31a).

[5] Full name: Mother Mary Angelica of the Annunciation, PCPA (born Rita Antoinette Rizzo).


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