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what is “the Montauk Project”
(last updated 10/29/2001)
StealthSkater note: The book that best describes it was written b !reston "ichols who alle#es that he was one of the co$directors and a principle en#ineer of the !ro%ect. &t's a small paperback published b Sk (ooks )&S(" *$+,-1..+$*$+/ and is a #ood bu . To sa it is mind$bo##lin# is an understatement. &n fact 0 what started off as a simple effort and e1panded into so man far$reachin# endea2ors 0 it is almost T33 M456 to belie2e7 8atel Mr. "ichols has acknowled#ed he probabl was the 2ictim of 9memor implants: and can't #uarantee what percenta#e of all this is true. (In a similar vein, !" investi#ators maintain that most o$ alien a%ductions have %een revealed &under #reat and patient e$$ort' to %e $alse memories implanted %( “"rion” technolo#( used %( the militar( to keep their workers $rom whistle)%lowin# on a%ove top)secret %lack %ud#et projects. *o +ichols ma( %e ri#ht there., &f this is the case and Mr. "ichols is an innocent 2ictim; then the problem remains %ust what parts of it <=> true ? -he $ollowin# is taken directl()or)indirectl( $rom the %ook and are not m( statements . … the 1+@- !hiladelphia >1periment in which a U.S. Navy destroyer was heavily “cloaked” in static and rotating magnetic fields in an attempt to make it invisible to radar, thereby giving the Allieds a big advantage over the ermans. !he act"al name was A!ro%ect =ainbowA and the forer"nner of today#s stealth technology. An 9electroma#netic bottle: was generated to encompass the entire ship and divert radar waves. $t seemed to work b"t with a totally "ne%pected additional res"lt accompanied by a horrible side effect. !he ship disappeared from even optical view and reportedly teleported h"ndreds&of&miles away to Norfolk, 'irginia before remateriali(ing in its )hiladelphia harbor. *"t most of the s"rviving crew were rendered insane. And there were even reports of crewmembers disappearing&and&remateriali(ing. A few were said to have had their bodies f"sed with the ship#s steel str"ct"re "pon remateriali(ing. !he Navy && in the middle of a +orld +ar && "nderstandably p"lled the pl"gs on the )ro,ect. *"t a part of the military was so convinced in its potential rewards that it contin"ed as a “black pro,ect” "nder the name 9!ro%ect !hoeni1:. !reston "ichols worked for the <&8 s"bsidiary of >aton >lectronics on -ong $sland. .e has a degree in electrical engineering and is acknowledged to be an e%pert in all forms of radar. /"ring his employment, he obtained a grant to st"dy mental telepath(. .e initially so"ght to disprove it b"t was s"rprised to find o"t that it did in fact e1ist. .e asserts that telepathic comm"nications operate on principles that are similar to conventional radio waves. $n fact, there was a “telepathic wave” that had a wavelength. +hile it behaves like a normal radio wave, not all of “fits” into normal wave f"nctions. Nichols interest in metaph(sics had ,"st been la"nched. [StealthSkater note: The same thin# happened to Madam 5urie who was ridiculed for declarin# she had disco2ered m sterious 9ra s: emanatin# from certain rare elements. That was absurd to the ph sicists of the da . 3f course; 6istor remembers her for disco2ered radioactivit( from 4ranium.] $n 0123, he noticed a phenomena that was common to all of the psychics he worked with. At the same ho"r on every day, all of their minds wo"ld be “,ammed”. .e tho"ght this was d"e to some sort of 0
. . all of his key memories had come back. +hen )reston bro"ght him o"t of it and applied certain techni4"es. *y ?"ne of 0115. 8n one of the trips.e feels his chats with employees to help him restore his “memories” led to him being let go as a sec"rity risk.e visited the derelict base that was off&limits to the p"blic [SS: more details in the book].ect in the later 0135s "nder the code name 9!hoeni1:. Not m"ch of his research can be “officially” fo"nd beca"se in a trial with the >ood and /r"g Administration and American 7edical Association as the plaintiffs. .e said it . . Nichols discovered that the U. -ong $sland. $ts technology was based on the work from Dr. /"ring his . !he s"bse4"ent burnin# of all his books and destr"ction of his e4"ipment may be paralleled in modern times in a s"pposedly “free society” only by the Na(i book& b"rning campaigns.ect. Aeich termed this new form of energy “ or#one” which is orgasmic or life energy. overnment began a weather$control pro. $t was hard to conceive working 6 different ."st wasn#t necessary to e%plain the 6 .e was brilliant b"t highly controversial. Another person named Duncan 5ameron came to visit Nichols for repair on some a"dio e4"ipment. he became more&and&more convinced he was <or had been= working on 6 different “time tracks”. Nichols began to constr"ct a makeshift “Delta$T” )for A5han#in# TimeA/ antenna on the roof of his residential laboratory. he was accompanied by a psychic friend.obs at the same time.e died there. he fre4"ently had to move different e4"ipment and on more than one occasion s"ffered br"ises as a res"lt [SS: more e1amples are #i2en in the book].e was given a very stiff prison sentence for :9ontempt of 9o"rt:.e states now in his “alternate realit ”. Among many details by 9ameron were that he and his brother . .S. *"t it was the only e%planation for some of the events that happened to him.e then associated “orgone” with “cosmic energy” and the Newtonian concept of the “ether”. !he two of them went to 7onta"k where /"ncan fell into a strange trance when they entered the former transmitter b"ilding. /"ring the process.is e4"ipment detected a 305&365 7. . more of his memory began to be restored.instein never said static “ether” didn#t act"ally e%ist. .e told him details abo"t the machinery that was "sed and how everything went haywire in the end. 9ameron was keenly interested in the metaphysics research Nichols had been doing.e revealed it to be distinctly different from ordinary electromagnetic energy <as Nichols fo"nd telepathetic waveforms to be=. . . 8ne month later. Nichols contin"ed to be recogni(ed by people he didn#t know and became convinced that he too had been the victim of memory s"ppression. . an A"strian scientist who was >re"d#s prot@g@ and also st"died "nder 9arl ?"ng. a band&aid wo"ld s"ddenly appear on his hand with an accompanying br"ise&or&c"t when he had been sitting at his desk for ho"rs. .e%ternal electromagnetic interference. he helped /"ncan to “"nlock” his memories b"ried "nder what seemed to be layers of :programming:. .ob at A$-.ammed”.dward had served aboard the USS Eldridge in the )hiladelphia . !his was his memory breakthro"gh. !he man recogni(ed Nichols and said he "sed to be his boss on this secret pro. >or instance.( cycle appearing on the air as they were “. he was laid&off from work despite his technical s"periority in all phases of modern radar. !he psychic friend was complaining abo"t “f"nny vibrations” and reported past e%periments into weather manip"lation and mind&control.e traced the signal to a red&and&white radar antenna on the <ir Borce Sa#e =adar base at Montauk !oint. !hey came across a homeless man who appeared to still be living on the base. Cilhelm =eich.%periment. . $n 0115. At this point Nichols said he co"ldn#t take any of this serio"sly.e s"rmised the /elta&! antenna was storing "p “time fl"% waves” and stressin# <bending= time eno"gh so that he was s"bconscio"sly in 6 different “timelines”. the overnment acc"sed Aeich of “4"ackery” in his contention that he had fo"nd another form of energy that was in all living things and which co"ld be controlled to treat certain diseases. .
!o facilitate this. *"t one of its sensors acted as a negative <or “/ead”= antenna while another acted as an positive= orgone antenna. !he people inside the reality wo"ld be going thro"gh “(ero time” and essential a “no reality” or a disoriented one at best.propagation of light waves. &t was decided that the remnants of !ro%ect =ainbow and the radiosonde pro%ect should be included under the same umbrella with the human factor stud . !he American initiative into metaphysical applications began from necessity. $n fact. Gohn 2on "eumann had inherited “)ro. /8A also was noticed to create ne#ati2e psychological effects while 8rgone created positive ones. 'on Ne"mann 4"ickly learned that was going to have to st"dy metaphysics for this research. !his was similar to the Aainbow pro. !he military.] Aeich fo"nd “positi2e” and “ne#ati2e” orgone energies. the title of “!hoeni1 !ro%ect” was "sed to refer to all of these activities. the United States had been attempting to establish a !S& 5orps. von Ne"mann and his research team were called back to work on a new endeavor. !oday these organi(ations are called “ remote) viewers”. !he )hoeni% )ro.ect head4"arters was at (rookha2en 8abs on -ong $sland. 9onversely. $t was a gro"p of psychics to aid in espionage and warfare.ect b"t was to find o"t what went wrong with the “h"man factor” of the e%periment. of co"rse. [StealthSkater note: &t has been rumored that 2on "eumann was one of the in2esti#ators who inter2iewed the d in# alien at the =oswell crash and was 9told: that human science needed to research metaph sics to comprehend how the saucers functioned. !hey were passed&off as high&altit"de recording instr"ments. [StealthSkater note: Some ph sicists ha2e eDuated toda Es Fero$!oint >ner# field to be the AreincarnationA of the old aether/ether concept. transmitting in&phase wo"ld ca"se the /8A to b"ild "p. was interested in how to intensify bad weather for their operations. !he overnment immediately saw the advantages of the ability to create a “mood altering” effect o"t of thin air.ect was faced with solving the problem of bringing h"man beings into the “bottle” <and event"ally o"t again= while at the same time connecting them to their real time reference.] Hon "eumann and his team spent about 1* ears disco2erin# how human bein#s were affected with electroma#netic fields that shifted them throu#h different places and times [SS: Macroscopic Duantum tunnelin# as proposed b 4"&T>8 )doc pdf 4=8 /? ] !he Aainbow technology creates what can be called an alternate or arti$icial realit(. !he overnment began la"nching tho"sands of “radiosondes” to test this technology. !he alternate reality th"s created has no time references at all beca"se it is not part of the normal time stream. . $n 01C5. $f the D3= </eadly 8rgone= was sensed by the antenna.e was in charge on that fatef"l day when the Eldridge disappeared and the crew went cra(y. >instein himself verified a f"ndamental parameter in one of Aeich#s e4"ations. &t is entire out$of$time. BAs early as 01C5. !hese attempts complimented the on&going task of developing a f"nctional )S$ 9orps operation. !he comp"ter had to generate an electromagnetic backgro"nd <or phony stage= that the physical E . Aeich considered the ether to be wave&like in nat"re and not static at all. !he latter was fo"nd to be "sef"l in red"cing the intensity of weather storms. the h"man psyche and the powers of the mind wo"ld need to be e%amined and caref"lly mapped and harvested.D +orld&class mathematician Dr.ob since he was the innovator of today#s modern comp"ters. the transmitter wo"ld be broadcast o"t&of&phase and b"st "p the /8A and take the violence o"t of a storm. !he pro. 'on Ne"mann was the ideal candidate for the . After that point. !he A"ssians had been investigating and developing psychic warfare tactics for almost 65 years. $t creates a stealth effect by not only isolating the ship b"t also the individ"al beings as well within a “bottle effect”. A comp"ter had to be "sed if they were going to calc"late the time references of specific people and replicate those references while they were passing thro"gh an alternate reality.ect Aainbow” from "ikola Tesla.
+hen this pro. !his started what Nichols refers to as “7icrowave 8ven” e%periments. !his was what the )hoeni% researchers were looking for. !he strictest sec"rity meas"res were employed. !hey tried it and t"rned the antenna aro"nd 0L5 degrees to aim the b"rning rays into the sky and propagate the s"b. !hey went to the military and informed them abo"t this fantastic new piece of technology. !he pro. !hey told them abo"t a device that co"ld make the enemy s"rrender witho"t a battle by merely throwing a switch H every general#s dreamI !he gro"p at *rookhaven had secret f"nds to contin"e b"t they needed a place. !hey had Aeichian and stealth technologies which co"ld definitely affect the mind of man.ect with the non&b"rning rays. !he staff was a mi%t"re of military and government employees and personnel s"pplied by vario"s corporations. cry. !he military had . it was being done witho"t the s"pervision of elected officials and in spite of their ob. 9ongress said Fno#. >rom earlier research. !hey e%perimented by r"nning the transmitter at different p"lse widths K rates and fre4"encies.ect in 012E <in this “alternate timeline”=. Nichols says he was one of the latter and came to the pro. The wanted to see if the could train and chan#e brain wa2es to control a person's actual thou#hts7 7any “vol"nteers” were killed s"staining serio"s brain and tiss"e damage as a res"lt of contin"o"s e%pos"re to 055 kilowatts of A> power at a distance of 055 yards. And this did not damage the people. the spirit and the physical body wo"ld go o"t&of&synch res"lting in insanity.being wo"ld synchroni(e with as well. *"t at what cost to the persons previo"sly e%perimented onI 3 . $t already had the A> sections and the mod"lator that wo"ld be re4"ired to b"ild a h"ge radiosonde. Altho"gh confidential stealth technology was involved. a report was s"bmitted to 9ongress who had f"nded it so far. -ike other “black” programs. !hey fo"nd they had the same mood&altering capabilities if not more so. Not s"rprisingly. !hey took the radar reflector and point to a shielded room where someone wo"ld be sitting in a chair.ect was known as “!hoeni1 &&”. part of which were entirely valid. Chat is secret are certain aspects of the 9electroma#netic bottle: technolo# and how that was propa#ated. it was known that this was one of the “window fre4"encies” into the h"man conscio"sness. !hey observed that certain changes made the h"man g"inea pig sleep. $t has since been collo4"ially named by others as the /Montauk Project”.ections. !he former base technicians told the )hoeni% gro"p that they co"ld change the general mood of the base by changing the fre4"ency and p"lse d"ration of the radar."st what they were looking for && a mothballed <ir Borce S<I> =adar base at Montauk !oint.(. $f that wasn#t done. !hen they wo"ld open and close the door to determine how m"ch U.ect was complete. 7ost important they needed a h"ge radiosonde that wo"ld operate aro"nd 365&3C5 7. la"gh. get angry.ect. *"t the gro"p at *rookhaven had already b"ilt an entire “kingdom” aro"nd this pro. etc.ect was ordered to be disbanded in 01G1.>Jmicrowave energy was getting into the room. !hey had noticed this as a professional c"riosity after years of working with radar. !hey were told that the consciousness of man could definitel be affected b electroma#netics and that it co"ld be possible to develop e4"ipment that co"ld change the way a person thinks. A later discovery fo"nd o"t that stealth technology dealt with the act"al non&b"rning radiation which act"ally went thro"gh the reflector and wo"ld be opposite to the focal point of the antenna. A very high& powered radar device was needed. !he name for this pro. it is no secret that the stealth aircraft were designed with a radar resistant absorbine coating and a red"ced s"rface cross section. concerned that if the wrong people got hold of this technology they themselves co"ld lose their minds and be controlled. /"ncan 9ameron was one of these s"b.ects.
and a 9ray&0 s"percomp"ter. !hey wo"ld note and categori(e different effects. G channels. +hen the people at 7onta"k heard abo"t this mind&reading device. !hey had /"ncan concentrate on a solid ob.. they no longer had a microwave link that wo"ld malf"nction d"ring a reality shift <or time “glitch”=. the researches e%trapolated "pon the principles of . !he set&"p of the 7onta"k 9hair was also enhanced by "sing . $t was reprod"cing tho"ght forms witho"t glitches and with a very high degree of fidelity. [SS: note: "ichols sa s the 9chair: in the mo2ie 9Total =ecall: is hauntin#l familiar to the Montauk 5hair] !he chair was hooked "p to the coil set&"p from $!!. At 7onta"k. )sychics were chosen to occ"py the chair. $t has since been referred to as the famo"s “ Montauk 5hair”. !hey "sed E sets of coils <M. 7any times it wo"ld only be visible and not solid to the to"ch && like a ghost. +hen the ship became invisible. !he property of shielding an energy field is part of what enabled a “bottle effect” to be created aro"nd the Eldridge in the )hiladelphia . &TT developed sensor technology that co"ld literally display what a person was thinking. /"ncan 9ameron was the main one picked.ect. and O= and phased them so that while a constant energy co"ld be maintained inside the coils.emholt( coils. 9oils were placed aro"nd the chair in addition to E receivers.ect. 8nce they had eno"gh data. !his in t"rn interfaced with the 7onta"k transmitter. whatever /"ncan co"ld think of wo"ld appear. !hey are also known as “Delta$T” or “/elta !ime” coil str"ct"res. 7ore pertinent to the pro. !hey also e%perimented with ”fre4"ency hopping” or randomly shifting the transmitter to different fre4"encies. there was absol"tely no effect on the o"tside.e. And the solid ob. [StealthSkater note: similar to reports of 4B3 effects?] Nichols says that in the 01C5s. !hese /elta&! coils were act"ally picking "p E a%es of time signals. !hey possess a "ni4"e property in that they can be phased to create a constant field <of energy= inside the coils. they wanted to "se it and t"rn it into a transmitter. they began to make some sense o"t of which f"nctions did what. !hen they tried something new. the electromagnetic field that s"rro"nds the h"man body. the system wo"ld receive and transmit all psychoactive f"nctions.emholt( coils. 8ther times it wo"ld remain as long as the transmitter was Fon# and then fade o"t. taking advantage of his proficiency with all forms of classified high&powered radar.!ime was spent monitoring different p"lse types etc. Nichols said he . !he 9ray 0 decoded the transmission generated by the person in the chair and sent them to an $*7 EG5 comp"ter. !his point became very important later on as it was the key to bendin# time. Sometimes it was a real solid ob. 'ery fast fre4"ency hops made the mod"lations more psychoactive. 8ne of the things fo"nd by accident was that certain mod"lations wo"ld stop all electric f"nctions on an a"tomobile. [StealthSkater note: refer to AThe Science behind the MaterialiJation of Thou#ht BormsA b Tom (earden at doc pdf 4=8 ] C .ect act"ally precipitated o"t of the etherI $n f"rther e%periments.N. A control panel of sorts was set "p that co"ld generate p"lses at anything they wanted and an e%pected desired effect wo"ld take place. !he coil str"ct"re in the receivers was designed by Nikola !esla. Nichols cannot find o"t where this technology came from. altho"gh he said it was s"ggested by confidants that it originated from an alien Sirian race [SS: shades of the mo2ie 95ontact:7]. *y late 0122. $t consisted of a special “chair” in which a person wo"ld sit. altho"gh he had back&"ps in case he was too ill on a certain test day.oined the pro.%periment. *ased on his research into metaphysics. A person wo"ld sit in the chair and transmit an alternate realit( to the crew <like in the )hiladelphia . the crew wo"ld then be in synchroni(ation with the alternate reality and wo"ldn#t become disoriented or mentally lost. Nichols said the device was act"ally reading the h"man “aura” && i.ect that was stable and wo"ld stay.%periment=.ect at this time to work the radio fre4"encies and transmitter.
As )hoeni% $$$ developed. ! ramid&based geometry was incorporated to better bend the time field. $t eliminated any interference o"t of the chair. The were %ust occurrin# out of the normal time stream7 >or e%ample. -ater a pec"liar phenomenon was noticed. /"ncan wo"ld concentrate on that person and be able to “see” as if he was seeing thro"gh their eyes and hearing thro"gh their ears. the A> transmissions were on the main mast. !hro"gh the vorte%. $f they ret"rned. the individ"als so chosen for this research wo"ld be wired "p with all sorts of !' and radio e4"ipment so they co"ld report back “live”. The ob%ecti2e was to e1plore time itself. !he 8rion /elta&! was a h"ge octahedronal antenna placed "ndergro"nd. !his was done in order to phase the above&gro"nd A> antenna with the below&gro"nd loop antenna so that the chair was in a Fn"ll# point them.vent"ally they were able to digiti(e /"ncan#s tho"ghts and record them on tape. 7any were lost. !he 7onta"k 9hair was placed "nder the transmitter and above the /elta&!. $t wo"ld remain “open” as long as /"ncan maintained concentration. Sometimes /"ncan lost concentration and the portals wo"ld s"ddenly close. Nichols said he doesn#t know for s"re how many people are still floating aro"nd in time whenever. !he crew began to look at )ast history and to the >"t"re. !he key cl"e to o"r "nderstanding time was a s"ggestion that we "se a partic"lar type of antenna str"ct"re which Nichols calls an 93rion: Delta$T antenna. he wo"ld concentrate on something at LP55 pm and the occ"rrence wo"ld happen a GP55 am. [SSP same thin# reported b modern remote$2iewers] !hen they were interested in seeing if they co"ld implant thou#hts into the minds of others [SS: this ma ha2e led to the off$shoot MK$ 48T=< mind$control pro%ect of the 5&<].e says “8rion” comes from a persistent r"mor that the design was given to the pro. they wo"ld make a f"ll report on what they enco"ntered.!hey tried “seein# e(e” e%periments. and however. The found that the could control another person and make them do an thin# && far beyond what co"ld be done with ordinary hypnosis. /"ncan wo"ld sit in the chair and be directed to concentrate on an opening in time. $t now appeared to the 7onta"k scientists that psychic powers enhanced by powerf"l apparat"s co"ld bend timeI Additional changes had to be made to some e4"ipment. . .ect by aliens from the 8rion constellation who had their own agenda for helping h"mans. Sec"rity was already tight. !he pro. At this point a “hole” or time portal wo"ld appear right in the center of the /elta&! antenna and yo" co"ld walk thro"gh the portal from present&day 01L5 to whatever. [SS: shades of the popular mo2ie L TH$series 9Star#ate:7] G . 8n the Eldridge. As /"ncan#s tho"ghts were pro.ect far more controllable. leaving stranded in limbo anyone who had entered them. !hey didn#t want the military to know what they were doing with time. [StealthSkater note: reminiscent of (ob 8aJar's assertions of “Project 0ookin# 1lass” at <rea S@ / see doc pdf 4=8] Nichols said it became ro"tine to grab somebody off&the&street and send them down one of these time t"nnels. !he 7onta"k researchers essentially d"plicated b"t "pgraded the Aainbow )ro. $n the new e%periments. eliminating the need for psychics to open&"p a partic"lar time portal. !he coils were placed aro"nd the deck and were driven by p"lses. !hese basic techni4"es were the same as those employed in the )hiladelphia . A new technical crew was bro"ght in. Nichols called them the “Secret 9rew”.%periment. *"t they wanted even higher sec"rity. Up to this point everyone operated on a “need&to&know” basis.ected o"t thro"gh the transmitter. +ith a lock of hair of somebody.ect machine making the pro. they co"ld sample the air and the terrain. !his lasted from >ebr"ary 01L0 to 01LE.ect was re& la"nched and referred to as “!hoeni1 &&&”. $t appeared to be a malf"nction "ntil it was noticed they hadn#t ceased after all. wherever. they wo"ld s"ddenly cease.
includin# rumors of a p ramid disco2ered to contain a transmitter #eneratin# some sort of field for our Solar S stem. manipulatin# the )ast and >"t"re along alternate timelines. 5orso referred to in his "(5 67-50I+5 inter2iew as the onl other time besides =oswell that he saw a crashed alien saucer and this one 9in2ol2ed a time machine:?] Nichols said the pro. Nichols says he still doesn#t know what the researchers were after."gations thro"gh the elaborate comp"ter set&"p. !hat didn#t work. a “monster” was created and t"rned loose on the base.ect for months. !here was a tremendo"s amo"nt of energy bo"ncing between them. . !hey co"ld make "p a secondary vorte% to observe what was going on. tall and light& skinned fitting the Aryan stereotype. "s"ally between the ages of 05 and 0G. !he original vorte% was s"ch that yo" co"ld drive a tr"ck thro"gh it. A later investigation showed that 7onta"k had a Neo&Na(i connection.they were given a directive to r"n the transmitter non&stop. !he Eldridge e%periment was on A"g"st 06. Nichols doesn#t know where the kids <sometimes called the “ Montauk (o s”= went or what they were ed"cated&in or programmed&for. Nothing happened "ntil A"g"st 06. !he system had gone into a “free energy” mode. At this point. A lot of time&monitoring was done with +orld +ars $ and $$..Montauk #enerators were locked to#ether. [SS note: reminds me of monsters from the 9id: in the sci$fi classic 9Borbidden !lanet:] Nichols s"pervisors panicked and ordered "s to sh"t off the generations in order to stop whatever type of phenomena was occ"rring. 'iewing ancient civili(ations on 7ars. bl"e&eyed. Using phase con. Chen it was shut$off retroacti2e to 1+@-. And one of them got s"cked&"p in this time vorte% and was partially embedded in solid rock in the "ndergro"nd levels of 01LE 7onta"k. on <u#ust N. )ast and >"t"re history co"ld act"ally be transmitted thro"gh the portal and viewed on television. $n the center of the city was a s4"are with a #old horse on a pedestal. !hey were normally blond. . Nat"ral laws were being violated. for e%ample. -egend has it that /"ncan entered the portal to 2 . the researchers also "sed kids for some reason.arth. (oth the 1+@.!hose controlling the pro. -he e2uipment appeared to drop into 3s(nch4 with somethin# else. Nichols said there were apparently a co"ple of 4B3s sighted in the area of the Eldridge. !o his knowledge. $n addition to derelict “vol"nteers”.ect began to play all sorts of games. Nichols said even off$planet e%peditions took place. $n addition to Nichols.. 8ne co"ld however “beam” thro"gh it. the “/"ncan” from 013E appeared and co"ld be seen thro"gh the time portal along with his own brother.owever. there were no girls in this gro"p. always to the same point to what appeared to be a dead city in r"ins. [StealthSkater note: more details in the book. and the recr"its had to report what they said. +ith help from /"ncan. [StealthSkater note: is this what 5ol.very raw recr"it was sent into the >"t"re to .%periment. !hen the USS Eldridge appeared thro"gh the portal. $nscriptions were on that pedestal. !hey called this a “ seein# e e” f"nction.to 1+@-. there were E other colleag"es who had been privately voicing misgivings abo"t the pro. !hey had locked$up with the )hiladelphia . man 4B3s all of$a$sudden appeared to be reported on >arth.*-M <D. *oth were crewmembers of the Eldridge.fforts were made to keep the “/"ncan” of 01LE from seeing himself so as to avoid a time parado% and res"ltant negative effects.ect had now reached apocalyptic proportions. < stable 2orte1 was created from 1+.5ldrid#e #enerators and the l+. $t was then decided both generators had to be sh"t && the one in 01LE 7onta"k and the one on the 013E Eldridge. 013E. *"t the secondary vorte% was an energetic vorte% with no physical solidity. Nichols isn#t s"re if this was a p"re accident or if the researchers were trying to deliberately to hook&"p with the Eldridge d"e to the O*$ ear 9biorh thm: cycle of planet . 1+.] .
.+$-$-... <pparentl ou need nuclear materials to make thin#s work &is that wh( all the atomic %om% testin# have a%ruptl( stopped %ecause the( wee causin# ri$ts in time999'.3.] StealthSkater final remarks: The book is actuall fascinatin# readin# and was an e e$opener for me about e2en the mere discussion )let alone possible e1istence/ of such technolo#ies.antenna9'.e says an effort is being planned to attempt to correct some of what happened in the year O**.8. 8ike & said 0 re#ardless of whether this research ph sicall occurred at Montauk or whether a 4B3 actuall crashed at =oswell as opposed to somewhere else 0 the fact that so man of these pro%ects purport to their e1istence su##ests it could ha2e happened somewhere7 <nd that is the real point to be made . [SS: e1actl what was depicted in the 2ideo hit “-he Philadelphia 58periment” starrin# Michael !are.] !hings came back to Fnormal# when e4"ipment and power lines were smashed and c"t. .com/ else if accessin# these files from the 5D in a MS$Cord session.<” in 9olorado as helping to “contain” some ramifications of the )ro.e is also intent on believing this occ"rred on an alternate “timeline” to the one he was working on at his normal ob at A$-. if on the &nternet.<. simpl P583S>Q this fileEs window$sessionR the pre2ious window$session should still remain Eacti2eE L . Some people ha2e told me if an thin# happened at Montauk. Nichols said that all participants were evidently programmed with false memories as part of their debriefing. .<Q 01LE R 65&yr&cycle=.go back to 013E and smash the transmitters on the Eldridge before ret"rning to present&day.ect sh"t&down and the ma. . <n time$tra2el stuff probabl occurred at !lattsbur#h <B( under the auspices of (rookha2en "ational 8abs. it was probabl the mind$control applications. !ress P(<5KQ on our browser to return to the pre2ious pa#e )or #o to www. <nd !lattsbur#h is/was home to S<5 strate#ic bombers and missiles and nuclear weapons stora#e and reportedl a O*$stor under#round abo2e$top$ secret research facilit &%i# enou#h to hold a 6elta).or parts of the "ndergro"nd b"nkers sealed with concrete. $n the meantime he all"ded to a pro. Shortly thereafter the "nofficial pro.-1.ect “K.e closes by saying it appears as irre2ersible effects took place b haphaJard e1perimentin# and we are li2in# in a recurrin# 9time$loop: that appears unalterable.ect [StealthSkater note: co$author !eter Moon describes this in another book in the series >ncounter in the !leiades: an inside look at 4B3s &S(" *$+.stealthskater.
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