By Ken Adachi <Ken Adachi, Editor>
August 12, 2003
According to Al
Bielek, August 12, 2003 is an extremely important anniversary date in
the U.S. Navy's secret World War II invisibility project known as the Philadelphia
Experiment. Readers who are familiar with the story may recall that on August
12, 1943, the Navy, after installing special equipment on a small ship,
the USS Eldridge, made the ship and its crew disappear from Philadelphia
harbor for over 4 hours. After the ship reappeared and was boarded, the
Navy discovered a ghastly scene: delirious crewmen were found wandering
the deck fading in and out of visibility, some seemed to be on 'fire', and
five crewmen were discovered with parts of their bodies embedded within
the bulkhead of the ship itself. Only one of those five embedded crewmen
was to survive according to Bielek. The Philadelphia Experiment story has
been the subject of a 1984 movie, books, magazine articles, TV programs
such as Unsolved Mysteries, and can be found at numerous web sites.
While the Navy had worked hard to keep the story under wraps,
one witness to that day's events, Carl Allende, sent a series of letters
to Professor Morris K. Jessup in the mid 1950's recounting the story in
detail. Jessup had already authored a book on UFO's and was a dedicated
researcher who took Allende's letters seriously and began corroborating
his information. Apparently, Jessup was too dedicated, as he suddenly found
himself 'suicided' in his parked car, having just finished visiting another
investigator who had shared important evidence with him. However, silencing
Jessup seemed to have backfired. His 'suicide' was viewed by many as highly
suspicious and illogical. Many people who had previously bought into the
debunking propaganda dismissing UFO's as fiction, now started to rethink
that perhaps the government was trying to cover up the UFO story
and- by extension- the Philadelphia Experiment story as well.
Al Bielek began recalling disjointed, fragmentary memories
of his involvement with the Philadelphia Experiment in 1986 after seeing
the 1984 movie, The Philadelphia Experiment, shown on late night
TV. He started to go public with his information about 1988. Al claims that
the Philadelphia Experiment is inextricably linked with another 'black'
project involving time travel (and mind control) that was developed at an
underground facility on Long Island, New York known as The Montauk Project.
Al says that two crewmen from the USS Eldridge (of 1943) found
themselves teleported to the Long Island facility where the calendars still
said August 12, but the year was now 1983, forty years
in the future. The men were given a briefing by an elderly Dr. John
Van Neumann, the same senior scientist with whom they had been
working in 1943 in preparation for the Eldridge invisibility experiment
(albeit 40 years older). Van Neumann told them they the Philadelphia Experiment
had ripped open a dangerous 'hole' in the space-time continuum that needed
to be sealed. Destroying the banks of power vacuum tubes aboard the Eldridge
was the only way to shut down the shipboard equipment and return the ship
to 1943. Al says the two men were sent back to the deck of the Eldridge
to smash the electronic equipment by walking through a time 'tunnel' created
by a time machine that was developed at Montauk (the time machine being
built with the help of extraterrestrial aliens with whom the government
had made an agreement).
Al says that top Navy brass of 1943 insisted that August 12
was a "drop dead date" for running the invisibility experiment
aboard the Eldridge. There were to be no "if", "ands",
or "buts". The experiment HAD to occur on that particular date.
Bielek was later to find out that on August 12- at forty year intervals
(E.g. 1903, 1943, 1983, 2003, etc) - the four principle "bio-rhythms"
of the earth would lock up and match in phase with each other. This phase
'lock-up' created a time window that would allow very unusual space-time
phenomena to occur, but only on that date. Al contends that negative aliens
the human planners of the Philadelphia Experiment to run the experiment
on August 12 in order to allow large numbers of their ships to pour through
the 'hole' in the space-time continuum and access our universe.
The late French writer Jacques F. Vallee attempted to debunk
the entire Philadelphia Experiment in a 1994 article titled Anatomy
of a Hoax: The Philadelphia Experiment 50 Years Later. His debunking
article, however, was skillfully dismantled by an even more convincing rebuttal
The Philadelphia Experiment Debunkers" and posted at www.rense.com
(http://www.rense.com/general17/philadelphiaexp.htm). In May and June of
2003, at least three new web sites swung into action with the expressed
intention of debunking Al Bielek, whom they claim is making a fortune selling
bogus tapes and bilking people with contrived lectures. I'll address the
allegations made against Al Bielek by this 'team' of self anointed researchers
in a separate article, but in the meantime, you might want to drop a get-well
card to Al Bielek who is currently recovering in a Ft. Myers, Florida hospital
from a mild stoke suffered a few days ago-as a result of a very 'strange'
PO Box 50045
Ft. Myers, FL 33994
Another 'strange' coincidence: Preston Nichols,
close associate of Al Bielek and Duncan Cameron in the Montauk Project
and co-author of The Montauk Project book series, also
suffered a mild stoke two days before Al Bielek had his stroke.
Stranger yet- Preston Nichols' roommate also
suffered a stroke within one day of Preston's stroke. To quote David Icke:
"Just a coincidence, of course, nothing to worry about".
With a full moon rising, with Mars closer to earth than ever,
and with the four bio-rhythms of the earth locking up in phase today, what
other 'strange' events might occur over the next few days?
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the opinion of the author and is provided for educational purposes only.
It is not to be construed as medical advice. Only a licensed medical doctor
can legally offer medical advice in the United States. Consult the healer
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