The Black Knight Satellite: the “13,000-Year-Old Satellite” Conspiracy Theorists think Sent Signals to Tesla

The Black Knight Satellite, according to those who believe in conspiracy theories, is an artificial satellite that has been orbiting the earth for more than 13,000 years, observing from above, sending our signals back to us and occasionally sending secret messages to Nikola Tesla. One of the main proofs of the Black Knight Satellite that conspiracy theorists have shown (other than the picture we’ll get to later) is a strange signal received in 1899 by someone other than Nikola Tesla.

Tesla was paid $100,000 by Jacob Aster – who later died on the shores of the Titanic – to create a new lighting system, which Nicola naturally blew up by experimenting at his Colorado Springs laboratory. During one of these experiments, he recorded a signal that he believed he was from an artificial species that was naturally artificial and not of this earth. In 1901 he wrote of this signal, “I felt as if I were present at the birth of a new knowledge or the revelation of a great truth.” Even still sometimes I can vividly remember the event and see my equipment it was true before me My first observations shocked me positively, because there was something mysterious present in them, supernatural and I was alone in my laboratory at night .

“Shortly after that, when the idea spread in my mind that the instability I saw could be due to intelligent control, although I could not explain their meaning, it was impossible for me to think about them completely accidentally. This is the first time I’ve ever heard of a planet greeting another planet.” See, Tesla was a weird guy as well as a genius. Of course, he has discovered a lot of great things, but you should get a declaration from someone who says that a man loves a woman in love with a pigeon, and that a pigeon loves him again, at least a pinch of salt.

In the same article, he suggested that intelligent creatures could live inside the moon, to give you an idea of ​​the understanding of other worlds. Although Black Knight theorists believe the signal was transmitted via satellite, Tesla believed it was from Mars. Although it is not possible to know for sure what he observed, it probably came much closer to the incoming signal than Tesla thought or much closer than the Black Knight conspiracy theorists accepted.