The Philadelphia Experiment Chronicles: Exploring The Strange Case Of Alfred Bielek And Dr. M.K. Jessup
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Bielek would claim that, as Ed Cameron, he and his brother, Duncan, another Navy officer, witnessed the horror all around them. Their fellow sailors were encased and trapped within the make-up of the ship itself. All around was chaos. Men were suffering with intense nausea and on the verge of madness due to the Hellish surroundings. In an absolute panic, Bielek and his brother jumped overboard to escape the sudden chaos on board. However, they didn’t hit the waves below. They didn’t hit anything. They simply continued to fall and fall into “perpetual clouds”. Humans themselves largely existed on “floating cities” that would roam around the planet. Some of these cities were as high as two miles as a result of “controlling the laws of gravity” within the city limits. These movements and the cities, in general, were under the control of the main synthetic computer system. Some cities, he would claim, were independent of the main computer system. They did, though, have their own computer systems with which they ruled over their own “populations”.
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Garry, Tom (24 February 2017). "Wolverhampton Wanderers 1–2 Birmingham City". BBC Sport . Retrieved 5 June 2017. At least one man has claimed to similarly “recover” his traumatic memories of the Montauk Project just as Bielek and Nichols had. Stewart Swerdlow, a 52-year-old man living in Michigan, told The Sun in 2017 that he was one of the Montauk Boys Nichols describes and that he and others like him were subjected to horrific abuse:As his memories were reappearing, Bielek claimed to have recalled that his birth name was Edward Cameron and that in the Montauk Project had worked with his brother Duncan Cameron, a young man with psychic abilities, when they were in their early twenties. A few years later, Bielek publicly presented his story at a conference, stating that the “Philadelphia Experiment”, apart from achieving the invisibility and teleportation of the USS Eldridge, had also opened a wormhole that connected the present and the future.(Al Bielek) Are we right, then, to think because the claims are so outlandish that anyone making such claims must surely be telling the truth? Or at least think they are. We certainly can’t use that line of thinking as a standard approach to these kinds of claims. The fact that Bielek was of such high intelligence, however, should surely count when we weigh up the bizarre nature of his claims. After all, such assertions against the United States’ government could prove fatal, as we have already discussed. And if not fatal, the kinds of claims he was making could have certainly landed him in a certain amount of trouble. Nichols would claim involvement in Project Rainbow in the late-1960s, before he would continue with his top-secret work with the US government. Namely in the shape of Project Montauk. What is interesting here is that Project Rainbow ran from 1948 to 1968 and was officially looking at ways to influence the weather. However, many researchers suggest that the project was, in reality, a following on of the Philadelphia Experiment. Furthermore, rather than mere weather control, certain aspects of the mind control would operate under the Project Rainbow moniker. Perhaps that was in preparation for the upcoming Montauk Project that would seemingly operate several different experiments under the Montauk umbrella.
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A man named 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, one of which was known as the Philadelphia Experiment. According to Bielek, in the late 1930s, the Navy was working on a project using electromagnetism to essentially develop an invisibility cloak for its warships. Around that time, Bielek said that Einstein was directing a program of degaussing ships by wrapping them in electromagnetic coils, to protect against magnetic mines planted by the Nazis. Tesla purportedly took this technology and parlayed it into the cloaking experiment, having some initial success with a small boat. After failed attempts with larger ships, Tesla gave up and the project was handed over to Dr. John von Neumann, who also worked on the Manhattan Project. Pyramids of Montauk: Explorations in Consciousness by Preston B. Nichols and Peter Moon published in 1995 ( ISBN 0-9631889-2-5)Many people remain skeptical about Al’s statements and the entire secrecy behind the Montauk Project believes firmly sustain that it is only a matter of time before classified documents become available to the general public proving the existence of the so-called Montauk Project and the controversial Philadelphia Experiment. Netflix The “Montauk Chair” Preston B. Nichols described in his book, which allegedly amplified a person’s psychic abilities, was changed to a suit in Stranger Things. After filmmaker Charlie Kessler filed a lawsuit against the brothers for allegedly plagiarizing his short film, The Montauk Project, the setting was changed from Long Island to the suburbs of Indiana. Regardless of the creative squabble with Kessler, the Netflix show clearly relied heavily on Nichols’ work. Was There Any Truth To The Montauk Project Story?