I don't know whether this is the same thing, but when I'm visiting a particular
friend, I often hear - and feel - a sound like an old, propeller-driven WWII bomber
flying overhead, but there's nothing visible.
My friend's location is under the flight path of Gatwick Airport, about 20 miles
away, and just a few miles from a small, local airport, but this rumbling doesn't
sound like either light aircraft or commercial jets. It actually vibrates the house
when it's at its loudest (directly overhead).
The area is heavily chemtrailed by commercial flights, but these invisible aircraft
don't appear to be spraying, but being invisible, it's impossible to know for sure. This
has been going on for years.
It didn't occur to me before reading your letter, but I have to assume that some sort of invisibility technology is at work here. Al Bielek was reporting in 1992 that the US military had invisibility technology for its fighter aircraft, bombers, and Navy ships including their biggest aircraft carriers. More than that, the big carriers and bombers had 'jumpgate' technology as well which meant they could jump in time and space from one location to another in the twinkling of an eye. If you recall, the Etheric Resistance reported in May 2010 that the US Air Force was using Jumpgate technology in the conventional-looking aircraft they were using to spray chemtrails. A letter from Ashley in April 2010 also confirned the invisibility and jumpgate technology used onboard the chemtrail sprayer plane that she inspected via astral travel.
If you can hear these craft and can feel the vibration from them, then they are mostly in the same dimension that you're vibrating in, but the visibility spectrum is just shifted enough so you can't see them. Since UFOs often will show up on infrared video or infrared-equipped cameras, I wonder if infrared might be a way to see something here?
Subject: Re: Mysterious Rumbling Sound
Date: Wed, August 31, 2011
To: Ken Adachi
Thanks for the reply Ken,
If I was younger and fitter, I'd be tempted to look into the infra-red
angle, but due to poor health I'm approaching the "shutting down" stage
in preparation for my eventual move to a better life in the next world. It's ok. I've had my time, and there's someone very special waiting for
me on the "other side", so I don't get depressed, and I keep my mind
occupied. It's just that I can't physically do as much as I used to.
I agree that "they" must have some kind of cloaking technology. They've
demonstrated a crude version on TV, but we can be sure that what we're
allowed to know about isn't even the tip of the iceberg.
As for jumpgate technology, I remember reports of a large circular
object being removed from Iraq and flown to America. Perhaps it wasn't a"stargate", but that was my impression at the time, though admittedly
based only on what I read on the internet coupled with my own sense of
Some things I can never be sure about, one way or the other, and that
applies to some of the things on "Educate Yourself", but we can be
certain that "they" have "toys" we can't even imagine.
One example of things that can be difficult to accept concerns sylphs.
I'd never really been able to accept that those "clouds" in the sky were
anything but random patterns of water vapour, until one day in November
2007 a sylph paid me a visit. I don't know why I was singled out, but I
sensed that this fairly ordinary-looking cloud was not merely a living
being, but was actually annoyed with me for not believing in him. That
was why he decided to pay me a visit.
I''ll refer to the sylph as "he" because that was the impression I had
at the time. Whatever the rest of the sky was doing, this sylph stayed
in one place for well over an hour, probably more, and then, some time
after sunset, but while the sky was still quite light, he "grew a pair
of boots" as a way of announcing his intentions, and then drifted away
to the West.
I took a few photographs, but all they show is a fairly ordinary-looking
I do believe in sylphs now, but I'd never try to explain them to the
Subject: Gatwick Letter
Date: Wed, August 31, 2011
To: Ken Adachi
I am forever amazed at the way synchronicity happens!!
I hear that noise daily over my community...at least five to six hours a day.
Always, Lady P
Subject: Invisible aircraft
From: Simon (UK)
Date: Fri, September 16, 2011
To: Ken Adachi
Regarding article: Invisibility Technology Being Used over Gatwick Ariport
in the UK?
I just came across this article, but noticed someone called Ben in the first post
appears to be trying to discredit the initial posting. As a rule, any reference to
Astral Projection, psychic reading etc instantly smears a scientific article with
the fantasy label.
I would encourage a different tactic when dealing with this sort of thing. Refer to
any known research and development. Refer to current technology, and long past
sightings, demonstrating how technology now may account for past sightings. This
lends credibility to the source.
Most leading edge technology is not public market. However, if you refer to Adaptiv
Armor (google it), you can see examples of basic cloaking tecniques, though there
are many other approaches proven to be more effective.
Bearing in mind the number of research projects looking at cloaking, most are
convinced of it's tecnical achievability. It is therefore more than reasonable to
assume that at least one country, or organisation has had success in the field
If you look at the so-called sightings reports in previous years, you will see some
examples dotted around, which by all accounts appear to fit the description of
flying vehicles carrying adaptiv armor during test phases.
Best regards, Simon
The US Navy, using technology developed by Nikola Tesla, made a Navy destroyer go invisible and travel through time and space on August 12, 1943. A Time machine, under the Montauk Project, was perfected by the late 60s or early 1970s.
Invisibility technology is in wide spread use and is now apparently available to some sectors of "law enforcement", which will lead to even greater abuse than when under the sole control of the military and intel agencies and Secret Service.
The use of invisibility technology is not really the issue, since it's old news, but rather, it's the use of this technology withount the public's knowledge or accent that makes a mockery of idea of a democracy, or a parliamentarian commonwealth, or a republic, or indeed of an "elected" government. The use of this equipment so openly that the public can notice it is an indication of the depth to which the corruptive rot and hubris of these self-serving traitors has now sunk. They pretend among themselves that there is some legitimacy to their existence because they might wear a military uniform or draw a salary from the public treasury while working for MI5 or MI6, but the reality of their betrayal is obvious from their need to remain hidden from public view.
Think of how mankind might have benefitted from these advanced technologies had they been applied for the betterment of man, as Tesla had originally envisioned, rather than be employed for the purpose of secrecy, deception, enslavement, destruction and plundering by psychopathic and treasonous minions of the NWO?
Fortunately, as reported elsewhere on this web site, a day is approaching in which those who engage in this behavior will find that the tide has turned against them and their mighty battleships will eventually be floundered upon sandbars and shoals.
And then what will they do?
Subject: Re: Invisible aircraft
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Sat, September 17, 2011
To: Ken Adachi
To put it mildly, what evidence do you have for what appears to be wild flights of
To all extents this would appear to be imagination taking over from reason. Im well
aware of teslas work. He was rather publicly turned on and mocked while working on
free wireless energy. The energy companies of the time were not impressed.
Sent from my HTC
Excuse me Simon,
You wrote to me; remember?
I have little patience with people who write to me in the hopes of engaging in conversation; and then sand-bag me.
If you think the subject of invisibility cloaking is a flight of fancy, then why did you write to me and affirm your concurrence by quoting something that you describe as "adaptiv armor"?
In fact, why would you write at all?
I don't care whether you believe in the existence of invisibility technology or not. Your skepticism is MEANINGLESS to me. Why on earth would you waste my time by writing me just to express your non-belief in this subject, and insulting me for good measure?
If anyone is lacking in "logic" it's you. First you write me affirming something you call "adaptiv armor" and then write back denying the subject which you previously affirmed.
If you don't know about the Montauk Project or Tesla's participation in the Philadelphia Experiment in August of 1943, then YOU DON'T KNOW MUCH MY ARROGANT FRIEND.
Don't BORE me with your rank ignorance on this topic.
Sayonara, Ken Adachi
Copyright 2011 Educate-Yourself.org All Rights Reserved.
All information posted on this web site is
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
of your choice for medical care and advice.