Nikola Tesla, His Strong Instincts and 3-6-9 Theory


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“Instinct is something which transcends knowledge. We have, undoubtedly, certain finer fibers that enable us to perceive truths when logical deduction, or any other willful effort of the brain, is futile.”


Nikola Tesla was a Serbian-American inventor, electrical and mechanical engineer, and futurist best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current (AC) electricity supply system.

Powerful Instincts:

He described his adventurous imaginings to be much more than dreams; instead, they were highly detailed visualizations with a dash of intuition added. 

The electrical standard at his time was DC(direct current), the same model produced by a battery, the mode that everyone was used to and accepted. To even imagine using alternating current was visionary. Tesla’s strong instincts told him this was possible, but at that time, despite his visualization efforts and the mental gymnastics of picturing many operating dynamo models, he failed to find the solution to this problem.

Tesla’s 3-6-9 Theory:

Nikola Tesla first thought three, six, and nine were powerful numbers present in the universe. Nikola Tesla’s fascination with the “magnificence” of the numbers 3, 6, and 9 continues to inspire those who believe the numbers will help them “manifest” their dreams.

Nikola Tesla’s 3-6-9 obsession went so far that he walked around the block three times before entering the building. He would clean his plates six times. He used to clean the plates with eighteen napkins before eating. He lived in hotel rooms with the room number divisible by 3. He would make calculations about things in his immediate surroundings to ensure that the result is divisible by 3, and he based his choices on those results. He would do everything in sets of 3.

Mysteries of 3-6-9

Start with 1, and double it (1+1) we get 2, again, doubling 2 (2+2) we get 4. Further doubling 32 (32+32) we got 64 and summing up 6+4 gave us 10 which again summing up the two digits gave us 1. Keep following this pattern, and it will always give us the digits 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8. You can go on till infinity but still, these patterns would repeat themselves.

A strange thing with the numbers. If you take these 3 numbers (3, 6 and 9), start with 3 and double it (3 + 3 = 6; 6 + 6 = 12(1+2=3)), you will find that there is no mention of 9. The pattern here would be 3,6,3,6… and so on. In a circle, there are 360 degrees. Now, sum up the digits you get 3 + 6 + 0=9. This is called a digital sum.

Now divide the circle in half, i.e. 180 degrees. Adding the digits you get 9 again. Once again we divide the circle in half i.e. 90 degrees. Summing up we get 9 again. You can keep on doing this till the circle reaches the singularity point, the digital sum would still be 9. This implies that the digital sum of the circle is 9. Let’s take another shape, a triangle, now the sum of angles is 180 degrees. The digital sum here is 9. For a square where the sum of angles is 360 degrees. Digital Sum is 9 again. The digital root of any polygon is 9 as well.

Threes also appear often in human history. Triangles have three sides, and so do pyramids. Trinities abound in human history. Tesla himself would point to the trifecta of “energy, frequency, and vibration” which he believed contained the “secrets of the universe.” It is believed that the sound of the universe is AUM. AUM is the creation and destruction, beginning and end. And guess what AUM is also composed of 3-6-9. Take a look at the picture below:

Nikola Tesla’s 3-6-9 theory garnered a huge amount of attention during the 2020 pandemic. Many Law of Attraction teachers taught this method on Tik Tok where it became viral. It is, now, a widely popular technique amongst the masses. It has caused a change in the lives of a lot of people. 

Nikola Tesla is a pure genius who thrived to keep inventing and learning. He is not credited as much as he should be. He is the “Father of AC”. Alternating-current (AC) system is the predominant electrical system used across the world today. “A great mind is always curious,” Nikola Tesla proved this authentic.

Written by Vanshika Rathour