A recently discovered set of drawings by Nikola Tesla reveals an incredible multiplication “map” that contains all numbers in a simple system. The sketches were hidden in a small trunk with drawings and manuscripts for hand-held devices and free-energy systems. They had notes scrawled all over many of them. Abe Zucca, a Phoenix Artist and discoverer of the trunk, thinks they were made during his final years.
Zucca made copies of the images and showed them to various mathematicians and thinkers. The most interesting was his map to multiplication.
“This device allows us to see numbers as patterns, the formation of prime numbers, twin primes, Highly composite numbers, multiplication and division, as well as few other systems, I imagine, that are yet to be discovered.”
The diagram is intuitive and easy to use. It allows learners and students everywhere to see how numbers work together in a spiral with 12 positions.