The Spiritual Character of Nikola Tesla
Sunday 22nd Apr, 2018

The Buffalo History Museum
One Museum Court Buffalo, NY 14216
Time: 2:0 - 4:00pm
Cost: Free/members l $10/non-members l $5/students & seniors l $2.50/kids 7-12 yrs
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The event will begin with the unveiling of the 2' clay model of the proposed downtown Buffalo Nikola Tesla statue designed by Larry Griffis III to be located at the corner of Main and N. Division adjacent to the M&T headquarters plaza.

The lecture by Oliver Subotic Ph.D. (Tesla scholar and priest coming from Belgrade, Serbia) will follow a screening of the Nikola Tesla Orientation Film (By permission of Dr. Branimir Jovanovic,the director of the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade.) Very special opportunity to view the film (in English) shown at the Nikola Tesla Museum that is rarely shown outside the museum.

Nikola Tesla's spirituality is a little known yet important area of research for understanding the cosmic thinking of this visionary genius who patented hundreds of inventions including the AC power system as first demonstrated between Niagara Falls and Buffalo on November 16, 1896.

“Peace can only come as a natural consequence of universal enlightenment and merging of races, and we are still far from this blissful realization.” - Nikola Tesla

Cost: History Museum members FREE, non-member adults $10, students and seniors: $5. kids 7-12 $2.50, children under 7 are free.

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