As I again read through "Atomic Suicide?", I shortly marked the corresponding pages, and will now shortly quote them, so that other people don't have to seek them.
All of them are from the Introduction, which was written by Lao:
[...] A list of the great educators and scientists, men who were associated with my husband during the more than forty years of his active work for the betterment of human relations in industry, would fill many pages. However, the list includes such men as [...], Nikola Tesla, Thomas Edison, [...] and many others. Letters, autographs and other historical documents from many of these celebrities are part of the museum of my husband's work here at Swannanoa. [...]
(Atomic Suicide?, page xvii)
[...] Such great souls are the world-mystics whom the man who does not understand call "crackpots" and dreamers. Practically every world-genius has been a "crackpot" to his neighbors. Poor Leonardo had to bury his inventions in sealed vaults, as Nikola Tesla told my husband he must also do, so that posteriority could take advantage of his "crackpot" ideas and inspirations. [...]
(Atomic Suicide?, page xix)
[...] The harder he tried to give his new knowledge the greater he was suppressed. A number of distinguished scientists of great vision were deeply impressed, and partially convinced, but felt that tradition was too deeply rooted to allow such a great change. These men included Thomas Edison, [...]. Nikola Tesla was, however, fully convinced that my husband's electrical knowledge was true to Nature, but it was so different from the accepted pattern that Tesla told him that he would have to seal it in a sepulchre with instructions that it be opened in a thousand years when human intelligence had unfolded far enough to be ready to accept it. [...]
(Atomic Suicide?, page xxiii)
[...] It is the story of crucifixion, punishment, and torture of such immortals as Socrates, Jesus, Galileo, Leonardo, Spinoza, Shakespeare, Joan of Arc, Baha'u'llah, Robert Paine, Billy Mitchell, Alexander Graham Bell, Nikola Tesla, Charles Goodyear, the Wright Brothers or General Douglas McArthur. [...]
(Atomic Suicide?, page xxiv)
[...] He had, therefore, decided to take Nikola Tesla's advice and seal his knowledge in the Smithsonian Institute until man had sufficiently unfolded, spiritually, to be ready for it. [...]
(Atomic Suicide?, page xxxiv)
It is IMHO especially interesting that Tesla was the only one, of all these famous people, who wholeheartedly accepted Dr's cosmogony.
It is also interesting, that Lao lists Tesla as one of the real big genius' that ever existed, and Edison is not in that list...
This is quite funny, as has been mentioned earlier in all the other work, always Edison is mentioned as one example of a genius but Tesla is not mentioned...
Love and Peace to all the Universe, of the One.