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ESP And The Akashic Records

Philadelphia Experiment psychic trained participant, Duncan


Cameron, talks about everyones ESP potential and the
Akashic records.
The Philadelphia Experiment was an alleged naval military
experiment reported to have been carried out at the
Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
USA sometime around October 28, 1943.
It is alleged that the U.S. Navy destroyer escort USS Eldridge
was to be rendered invisible (or cloaked) to enemy devices.
The experiment is also referred to as Project Rainbow.
The experiment was allegedly based on an aspect of the
unified field theory, a term coined by Albert Einstein. The
Unified Field Theory aims to describe mathematically and
physically the interrelated nature of the forces that comprise
electromagnetic radiation and gravity, in other words uniting
the fields of electromagnetism and gravity into one field.
Consequently, if light was bent, then space-time would be
bent, effectively creating an invisible time machine. To date,
no single theory is known to have successfully expressed
these relationships in viable mathematical or physical terms.
According to the accounts, unspecified researchers thought
that some version of this Unified Field Theory would enable a
person to use large electrical generators to bend light around
an object so that the object became completely invisible. The
Navy would have regarded this as being of obvious military
value, and by the accounts, it sponsored the experiment.
Another unattributed version of the story proposes that
researchers were preparing magnetic and gravitational
measurements of the seafloor to detect anomalies, supposedly
based on Einsteins attempts to understand gravity. In this
version there were also related secret experiments in Nazi
Germany to find antigravity, allegedly led by SSObergruppenfhrer Hans Kammler.
There are no reliable, attributable accounts but in most
accounts of the experiment, the destroyer escort USS Eldridge
was fitted with the required equipment at the Philadelphia
Naval Yard. Testing began in the summer of 1943, and it was
supposedly successful to a limited degree. One test, on July
22, 1943, resulted in the Eldridge being rendered almost
completely invisible, with some witnesses reporting a
greenish fog appearing in its place. Crew members
supposedly complained of severe nausea afterwards. Also, it
is said that when the ship reappeared, some sailors were
embedded in the metal structures of the ship, including one
sailor who ended up on a deck level below that where he
began, and had his hand embedded in the steel hull of the
ship, as well as some sailors who went completely bananas.

At that point, it is said that the experiment was altered at the


request of the Navy, with the new objective being solely to
render the Eldridge invisible to radar. None of these
allegations has been independently substantiated.
The conjecture then alleges that the equipment was not
properly re-calibrated, but in spite of this, the experiment was
repeated on October 28, 1943. This time, the Eldridge not only
became invisible, but she physically vanished from the area in
a flash of blue light and teleported to Norfolk, Virginia, over
200 miles (320 km) away. It is claimed that the Eldridge sat
for some time in full view of men aboard the ship SS Andrew
Furuseth, whereupon the Eldridge vanished from their sight,
and then reappeared in Philadelphia at the site it had
originally occupied. It was also said that the warship went
approximately 10 seconds back in time.
Many versions of the tale include descriptions of serious side
effects for the crew. Some crew members were said to have
been physically fused to bulkheads, while others suffered from
mental disorders, and still others supposedly simply vanished.
It is also claimed that the ships crew may have been
subjected to brainwashing, in order to maintain the secrecy of
the experiment.