The Million Volt March & the Declaration of Energy Independence

Exhibition of machines that produce free energy

-The Million Volt March and the signing of the Declaration of Energy Independence*

the Million Volt March will commence at Independence National Park and will run throughout the weekend as more independent participants step forward. All that participate will be taking their first symbolic steps towards free energy in celebration of energy independence. Upon signing the Declaration of Energy Independence, your name will become a part of Tesla Science Foundation history. Listed names will be put on display at the Tesla Science Foundation’s Tesla Spirit Gala Benefit held at the New Yorker Hotel every January. All proceeds raised from this movement will be donated to the Tesla Science Foundation’s traveling exhibit, the restoration effort of the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe and TFS sponsored free energy projects. Preregister now for a chance to win a special gift from the Tesla Science Foundation.

The Million Volt March is a philanthropic global breakthrough energy movement dedicated to building awareness and support for TSF’s traveling educational exhibit, the restoration of Tesla Science Center laboratory site, the Tesla Memorial Society, and free energy inventors around the world continuing the legacy of Nikola Tesla. The Tesla Science Foundation’s Declaration of Energy Independence needs your support to help build this new energy paradigm envisioned by the late great Nikola Tesla.

The MVM originated in Colorado Springs where Tesla produced some of his greatest works. The Million Volt March will begin in Philadelphia on July 6th. The march will set out from the front of the Independence National Park Visitor Center and head towards the National Constitution Center. It will follow the brick path outlining TSF sanctioned route around Independence National Park. As the first group returns from the March they will receive a Tesla Science Foundation pin as they sign the Declaration of Energy Independence. Participant’s names will be honored by TSF and presented every year. All others that wish to follow the signing and route of the Million Volt March throughout the 6th and 7th are free to do so in support of energy independence and they too will be acknowledged at our ceremony in Jan as all names of march participants will be placed on display.

We understand that not everyone will be able to participate in the physical march. We ask that you take part symbolically in the online Million Volt March by donating $1 dollar in the name of your first step today.

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  • john w.

    I' m researching a book on Tesla's lost papers. I've filed multiple FOIAs with government agencies and I'm chasing down all leads. When I'm in Philly, I will be doing even more research. Let's connect if you have something interesting.

    3 · May 13, 2013

    • Todd R.

      How did it go, any good inventor demos? Was there a good size march, I'm guessing the march maybe only had 50 people???

      July 9, 2013

    • Todd R.

      I wish I could have gotten back east, but I didn't/

      July 9, 2013

  • Stephen C.


    July 7, 2013

  • Howard L.


    The Program for the Tesla Film, Books and Art Festival on Tues. July 9th at the Free Library 1901 Vine st. in Phila. is as follows... 11:10...a film by Alexandra Milosevic. 11:30 Bernard Carlson will speak on his new book and the Tesla Magazine; 12:00 Nenad Stankovic...Tesla Magazine; 12:30 Two pieces...Images and Electronic music By Laura Todd; 1:00 Marc Seifer...on his book...Wizard...the life and times of Nikola Tesla; 1:30 John Wagner's video and a showing of the bust of Tesla; 2:00 David Kent...on his new book; 2:30 Julian and Kyle Driebeek...on why children should know about Tesla; 3:00...Howard Lipman (PanOrpheus) on Tesla in Fiction 3:30...Trailers for the proposed feature film by Joseph Sikorski; 4:00 Brian Yeltzer ...on the work of the Yeltzer Studios; 4:30...samplers from Tesla Feature Films...

    July 4, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I can only attend Sat for the march. Thanks!

    July 1, 2013

  • Milena B.

    Look forward to it!

    June 30, 2013

  • Cindy R.

    very much looking forward to it.

    June 19, 2013

  • Laura W.

    Will there be some Tesla coils and models of his inventions?

    June 4, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    HI. I would like to find a Meetup in West Los Angeles.

    April 29, 2013

  • John S.

    What is the general consensus with respect to the Keshe Foundation?Is this organization legit or simply smoke and mirrors?

    April 27, 2013

  • robert b.

    I volunteer at the Strawberry Hill Museum & Cultural Center in Kansas City, Ks. Fifteen years ago I added a display honoring Nikola Tesla.

    1 · April 26, 2013

  • robert b.

    I will be attending the July 6 " Days of Nikola Tesla". The Tesla Conference January 7th at the New Yorker Hotel was one of the best events that I have ever been to. I am so proud of being part of the purchase of the Wardenclyffe Laboratory.

    2 · April 26, 2013

  • Kyle D.

    Would like to be there but busy at home that day.

    April 25, 2013

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