The Philadelphia Experiment Chronicles: Exploring The Strange Case Of Alfred Bielek And Dr. M.K. Jessup
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The Netflix TV series Stranger Things (2016) was inspired by the somewhat dubious Montauk Project, and at one time Montauk was used as its working title.     See also Guerrasio, Jason (September 20, 2016). "This Is The Crazy Government Conspiracy Theory That Inspired 'Stranger Things' ". sciencealert.com . Retrieved July 19, 2017. Perhaps the fact, as we have examined above, that most people automatically dismiss such claims with little or no investigation keeps authorities in such safe standing. Assured that they need take no action against those who make such claims. The herd will police themselves. Was Bielek attempting to tell us of a world taking place? One hiding in plain sight for all of us to see, but mostly ignored? At least by the majority. An Afterthought To An Abundance Of Wild Claims!
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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. Bielek told his story to an audience at the Mutual UFO Network conference in 1990, saying not only that the Philadelphia experiment was real, but that he and his brother were aboard the ship when it happened.He signed a three-year contract with Birmingham City effective from 1 July 2023; the fee was undisclosed.  International career [ edit ]
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Bielek reported that when he arrived in 2749, he woke up in a hospital. The first t According to Nichols, the mysterious device operating under the rather blunt name of The Montauk Chair makes use of quantum fields. These fields, according to Nichols, can read a person’s mind. Some rumors even exist that experiments have been done with the subject imagining a certain object – say a playing card, for example – with the aim being for the quantum fields to then make that object materialize in reality. Remember again, wherever we are right now, they are around half-a-century in front behind closed doors. If we think that there is much on the science platforms in contemporary times regarding quantum fields and quantum energies, and how such energies can be utilized, how far ahead were they forty or fifty years ago?
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The same veteran claims to be the man that Allende witnessed "disappearing" at a bar. He claims that when a fight broke out, friendly barmaids whisked him out of the bar before the police arrived, because he was under age for drinking. They then covered for him by claiming that he had disappeared.  See also [ edit ] Nikola Tesla, whose death was faked in a conspiracy, was the chief director of operations at the base.
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Homeless people were abducted and subjected to huge amounts of electromagnetic radiation. Few survived.Anderton, Ethan (September 6, 2016). " 'Stranger Things' Was Inspired By a Creepy, Supposedly Real Experiment Called The Montauk Project". /Film . Retrieved September 7, 2016. The Montauk Project gave birth to a number of documentaries and countless books which have tried very hard to describe the accounts occurred behind the people of the United States during the numerous top-secret projects that resulted in the creation of time travel devices.