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Monday, 18 September 2017

Has the Government Already Achieved Time Travel?

The World War II era is notorious for mysterious Nazi experiments involving weapons and strange esoteric technology. But the U.S. also conducted its fair share of tests on new and nefarious weaponry and wartime tactics. Some of the most famous minds of the time, including Nikola Tesla and Albert Einstein, were even employed to execute the military complex’s will, occasionally leading to some perplexing stories.

One of the more bizarre accounts involves the supposed attempt of the Navy to develop a technology that could make an entire ship invisible to the naked eye.

A mystical experiment took place in Philadelphia´s naval port October 28 1943. When a line of big, electromagnetic generators were turned on aboard the destroyer USS Eldridge, a fog gathered around the ship, a heavily blue light followed, and USS Eldridge disappeared!

At the same time the ship appeared in Norfolk, Virginia, and was here observed in several minutes, before Eldridge turned back to Philadelphia. The sailors, who had experienced this travel in time and space, were hit by strange illnesses. Some became invisible, some went into disintegration, and others went insane.

So says the myth about The Philadelphia Experiment. There is disagreement about the precise date and whether there were one or two experiments, but the fundamental features in the story are the same.

The experiment was carried out by the American navy in an attempt to make naval vessels invisible to the radars of the enemy. However the results were much more far reaching. The ship ended namely with moving both in time and space. The navy had – conscious or unconscious – discovered a way of moving in time and space through so-called wormholes created by magnetic fields.

In the time before Second World War Albert Einstein also worked on formulating a ”Unified Field Theory” about the connection between magnetism and gravitation. The theory is also called ”The theory of everything”, ”God´s formula” and ”The Holy Grail of Physics” and could acquire much more far reaching importance than the theory of relativity. Maybe even open to completely new potentials such as time travel and pure energy. Albert Einstein never reached to solve the riddle and was drawing his work back, but some conspiracy theorists think, that he in fact solved the riddle but was hiding the result, because mankind wasn't ready for the consequences of his theoretical work.

Albert Einstein wasn't the only one, who was occupied with time theories. The mystical scientist and inventor, Nikola Tesla, worked with rotatory magnetic fields, time travel, death beams, artificial lightning and transport of energy without wires. He doesn´t belong among the most famous physicists, but it was him, who invented the alternator, the remote control and the basic principles behind the radio. He has had the unit of measurement tesla, which indicates the strenght of magnets, named after him. Nikola Tesla was an odd man with many phobias. Afraid of germs, crazy with doves and extreme occupied by, that his actions went up in the number three! However something suggests, that he had success with parts of his mystical work, because when he died, his results were confiscated by the authorities – despite protests from family.

Conspiracy theorists disagree about, whether the American navy used Nikola Tesla´s results, Albert Einstein´s secret formula or even extraterrestrial technology, when they in 1943 carried out the experiment, which later should become known as The Philadelphia Experiment. One thing they however agree about: the result surpassed their wildest expectations.

In some versions of the story the ship not just moved in distance, it also moved in time. The destroyer was – either at the same time or in a following experiment – transported 40 years forward in time. The sailors thought, that they were back in Philadelphia´s port, and some of the terrified crewmembers jumped overboard and swam into the quay. Here they discovered, that they had come to Long Island in 1983! They were received by an old scientist and some military people, who had waited for this moment in 40 years. Ever after the experiment in 1943 they had known, that the ship would emerge. The crewmembers were directed back on board the ship not to create imbalance in the spacetime. Among the time travel´s side effects were, that the sailors risked to become insane or direct disintegrated. And that they years after the travel suddenly could freeze for hours at a time or become invisible in shorter or longer periods of time.

A version of the story proposes that researchers were preparing magnetic and gravitational measurements of the seafloor to detect anomalies, supposedly based on Einstein's attempts to understand gravity. In this version, there were also related secret experiments in Nazi Germany to find anti-gravity, allegedly led by SS-Obergruppenführer Hans Kammler.

 The myth about The Philadelphia Experiment took form at the end of the 1950s, when the author to the book The Case for the UFO, Morris k. Jessup, referred a story from Carl Meredith Allen aka Carlos Miguel Allende, who allegedly had seen USS Eldridge emerge in Norfolk. Through the years the myth has got new life in several books and a few movies. The most famous is William Moore and Charles Berlitz´s book The Philadelphia Experiment: Project Invisibility from 1979. They also used Morris k. Jessup as primary source. Morris k. Jessup committed suicide in 1959, but conspiracy theorists think, that he was murdered, because he came to close to the truth.

Large-scale popularization of the story came about in 1979 when the famed linguist Charles Berlitz, who had written a best selling book on the Bermuda Triangle, and his co-author, ufologist William L. Moore, published The Philadelphia Experiment: Project Invisibility, which purported to be a factual account. The book expanded on stories of bizarre happenings, lost unified field theories by Albert Einstein, and government coverups, all based on the Allende/Allen letters to Jessup.

Moore and Berlitz devoted one of the last chapters in The Philadelphia Experiment: Project Invisibility to "The Force Fields Of Townsend Brown," namely the experimenter and then-U.S. Navy technician Thomas Townsend Brown. Paul Violette's book Secrets of Anti-Gravity Propulsion also recounts some mysterious involvement of Townsend Brown.

The story was adapted into a 1984 time travel film called The Philadelphia Experiment, directed by Stewart Raffill. Though only loosely based on the prior accounts of the "Experiment", it served to dramatize the core elements of the original story. In 1990, Alfred Bielek, a former crew-member of USS Eldridge and an alleged participant in the Experiment, supported the version as it was portrayed in the film. He added details of his claims through the Internet, some of which were picked up by mainstream news outlets.

But these experiments had some unintended consequences that led to the project being shut down and buried, until a man who claimed to have worked on the project blew the whistle on its cover up. The stories that ensued became the inspiration for the 1980s, sci-fi movie and the Netflix series, Stranger Things, but could these stories actually have some validity to them?

Al Bielek is a central figure in these stories and his account has been ridiculed as simply being contrived nonsense, but the historical context and his detailed narrative are intriguing and possibly part of a true story, shedding light on clandestine government operations.

There is no definitive version of the Montauk Project narrative, but the most common accounts describe it as an extension or a continuation of the Philadelphia Experiment.

The Montauk Project was alleged to be a series of secret United States government projects conducted at Camp Hero or Montauk Air Force Station on Montauk, Long Island for the purpose of developing psychological warfare techniques and exotic research including time travel. Experiments involving teleportation, time travel, contact with extraterrestrials, and mind control are frequently alleged to have been conducted at the camp.

Conspiracy theories about the Montauk Project have circulated since the early 1980s. According to astrophysicist and UFO researcher Jacques Valleé, the Montauk Experiment stories seem to have originated with the account of Preston Nichols, who claimed to have recovered repressed memories of his own involvement. He has authored five books on the subject, including Montauk Project: Experiments in time.

We have hires two Hyperspace Intuitives, Janet Diane Mourglia-Swerdlow and Stewart A. Swerdlow, to go into the mystery (their website):

Janet Diane Mourglia-Swerdlow is an internationally renowned Oversoul Intuitive – enabling her to directly communicate with God-Mind and beyond. She has a special ability to replicate tones of creation from Hyperspace.

Due to her blend of American Indian and Celtic genetics, as well as her Magdalene lineage which extends back through her Waldensian descendancy from Southern France, Janet sees and hears frequencies on all levels. This allows her to consciously access information within the Oversoul matrix. Using mind-pattern analysis, Janet teaches self-balancing techniques in a simple, direct manner that can easily be incorporated into daily living.

Another gifted Hyperspace Intuitive, Stewart A. Swerdlow focuses his consciousness beyond time and space to determine your foundational mind-pattern upon which all your life experiences are based.

His great-uncle, Yakov Sverdlov, was the first president of the Soviet Union, and his grandfather helped form the Communist Party in the United States in the 1930s. To ensure that his loyalties stayed with the US government, he was “recruited” for specific government mind-control experiments, including 13 years at the Montauk Project, which enhanced his natural abilities.

Stewart, a linguist who speaks ten languages, is an expert in deprogramming and determining which Illuminati programs are embedded in the mind-patterns of any individual. His mission is to help others heal themselves in a positive way, thus avoiding the negativity he experienced.



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