The ashes of scientist Nikola Tesla have been targeted by Devil worshippers who have been using them to stage satanic rituals, it has been claimed.
The Serbian Orthodox Church said the last remains of one of the world's greatest scientists must be moved from the Nikola Tesla Museum to a nearby church, in order to prevent them getting into the wrong hands.
Church officials have published a photo which they said shows a satanic session taking place in front of the urn in the Nikola Tesla Museum in the Serbian capital Belgrade.
They have published a picture on the official church website, and claim it is proof that improper things are happening with the remains and that they should now be immediately moved to the nearby St Sava Church in Belgrade.
Orthodox Church bishop Porfirije said: "When seeing the photo, any additional comment is not necessary."
The president of the local city council, Nikola Nikodijevic, confirmed that the Orthodox Church has made a formal request to move the ashes of Tesla into a church in order to keep them safe.
However, the council is not expected to make any decision on the request any time soon.
The church is interested in the remains of Tesla in particular because the scientist's father was an Orthodox priest.
Tesla, who was born to a Serbian family in what is now Croatia in 1856, is most famous for his work in developing the Alternating Current form of electricity supply, as well as being a pioneer of X-rays and the use of radio control.
He patented at least 278 inventions and died at the age of 86 in New York City in 1943. - Devil worshippers using ashes of legendary inventor Nikola Tesla for 'Satanic ritual'
From March 2015
Tesla's Ashes, From Museum To Church
It is reported that the ashes of scientist maverick and genius Nikolai Tesla are to be moved from the Tesla museum in Belgrade, Serbia, where they have been kept since 1957. His remains will now be kept at St Sava’s Temple, with a monument to honour the man, alongside
The agreement was made between Serbian Orthodox Patriarch Irinej, Energy Minister Zorana Mihajlović, and head of the interim administration of the city of Belgrade, Siniša Mali.
The patriarch said on the occasion that there was “nothing more natural than for the earthly remains of the great thinker to rest in the holiest place of the Serb people – the temple dedicated to St. Sava, where a monument to Serbian founder George Petrovich.
Planned by the Serbian Orthodox Church, and supported by government, the plan is intended to unite Serbia’s biggest names in religion, history and science, Sava, Tesla and Petrovich.
It's expected to boost church attendance and it also helps that there’s an election on the way and its a good bit of patriotic tub thumping.
Tesla was born and lived in Serbia until his late twenties, when he emigrated to the USA in 1884, where he innovated and invented much in the field of alternating current, communication and X-Rays, and has become a considerable pop culture figure of a scientist in the last twenty years.
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