# Nikola Tesla’s 369 theory

Does the key to the universe lay in numbers? When you are a genius, you tend to notice things that others do not. Nikola Tesla did. He envisioned the potential of electricity, the power of AC, far before his contemporaries. So, is it possible that Nikola Tesla’s 3 6 9 theory of the universe holds water? Or is it merely evidence of Tesla’s obsessive nature? His obsession began with the fixation on the number three — and suggested that three, six, and nine could hold the key to the universe.

Tesla’s 369 obsession was visible in many aspects of his everyday routine. Walking around the block three times before entering the building, choosing only rooms with numbers divisible by the number three, cleaning his dishes with 18 napkins, also a number divisible with 3,6 and 9…everything had to be in some way related to those numbers. OCD, germophobia, it all might have to do something with it, but allegedly the famous physicist said: “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6, and 9, then you would have a key to the universe.” If you find a perspective from the mathematical side, a digital root that equals nine can be found in many shapes and vectors in space. It is proven by the speed of light, the diameter of the Sun, the diameter of the Earth, the diameter of the Moon, seconds in a day, seconds in a week, months, years, minutes, and so forth that the number nine is everywhere. How long does the pregnancy last?

## Obsession or universal truth?

Mathematically speaking, Nikola Tesla's 369 key to the universe does not seem too abstract. Why? If we start mathematical calculations, the number nine is the digital root in many cases. The creation of a new life starts with cell division, 2-4-8-16… until 128, and we eventually have a full multicellular organism. The digital root of every listed number equals 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, excluding Tesla’s 369, and giving presumptions that those numbers create a new dimension of which we are not aware. If we start with the number one and half it until the infinite sequence, they also give us roots that exclude Nikola Tesla’s 369. In mathematical terms it looks like this: 2, 4, 8, 16 = 1+6 = 7, 32 = 3+2 = 5, 64 = 6+4 = 10 = 1+0 = 1, 128 = 1+2+8 = 11 = 1+1 = 2, and so on, and you can see that the digital roots exclude 369. Coincidence?

People who wish to improve their lives by manifesting their desires by writing them down have taken advantage of the theory for many years.

## Key to another dimension

Tesla’s obsession began with his fixation on the number three. To fully understand his fixation with those numbers, we need to think like Nikola Tesla. It has to do with complicated mathematics and human history. Scientist Marko Rodin believes that 3 6 9 represents a “flux field” or a vector from the third to the fourth dimension.

Is it impossible to stay immune to this information, especially since we know that space is still undiscovered? Tesla’s ideas were always intriguing, but this may be just one in a line that still needs revelation.