[Al Bielek discusses what he remembers from his 6 weeks spent in the year 2137 and 2 years he spent in 2749 (see video below). One thing that I should
stress is that many of the events he described as having happened, is happening now in our present time. The New World Order takeover and devastating
climate change to name a few.
The Montauk Project was a series of secret United States government projects conducted at Camp Hero or Montauk Air Force Station on Montauk, Long
Island for the purpose of developing psychological warfare techniques and exotic research including time travel. Jacques Vallée describes allegations
of the Montauk Project as an outgrowth of stories about the Philadelphia Experiment.
Al describes what he remembers after he jumped off the U.S.S. Eldridge on August 13th 1943 – Date of the Philadelphia Experiment.
He found himself with his brother, Duncan Cameron, in a hospital of the future for 6 weeks, recovering from radiation injuries.
The medical system of that future used vibrational and light treatments.
The TV programs were educational and news programs.
That’s where he noticed that earth changes caused a lot of geographical changes that began in beginning of 21st century until 2025.
The coastlines and interior of the U.S. and Europe were drastically different from the way they are now.
The water level had risen and Florida was reduced to the panhandle only. Atlanta, GA was only 3 miles from the ocean.The Mississippi became an inland
waterway. The Great Lakes became one large lake.
The U.S. Infrastructure had collapsed. The U.S. and Canada were no longer refered to as nations.
A loose form of local martial law existed 2137.
Central government was gone.
The magnetic poles of the earth started to shift but in that time line an artificial pole structure was created to prevent the collapse and reversal
of the magnetic poles. As a result, the poles did not flip.
The worldwide population was reduced to 300 million. The U.S. population was around 50 million.
He claims that between 1954-2000 our government worked with the aliens acquiring technology, back and forward engineering all their technologies.
The problems began between 2003-2005. The new world order was taking over the planet but then a war developed. At some point a war broke out between
the Russians/Chinese vs U.S/Europe. A number of U.S. cities were destroyed. The new world order collapsed.
The government has the technology to reduce radiation damage and nuclear waste within a few days, even now but refuses to use it for political
reasons. In the future, the technology is used to clean up the radiation left from WW3.
He then found himself, inexplicably, in the year 2749 for nearly two years. He talks about what he learned while he was there. Then he was taken back
to 2137 to pick up Duncan, after which they were both taken to 1983.
There were ground based and floating cities. The floating cities could be moved to different parts of the earth.
The Synthetic Intelligence Computer System was a computer system that ran everything. There was no government. It was a huge crystalline floating
structure. It interviewed them telepathically.
The structure of society was completely socialistic. The basic needs for survival were taken care of for everyone.]
So I honestly don't know what to think about this whole story. It very interesting to say the least. Wonder if it will change any as time moves
forward since the future is changing all the time due to current events. Feel free to discuss this and no I am not sure if this story has been brought
up before or not.
I have seen it and find it fascinating, even if purely imaginary it is a great plot for a sci fi film, the computer system running the planet is a
strange one though but not impossible and it's solution to human need's is actually the most logical, in fact a computer if we could trust it to care
for humanity and not cause our extinction or allow it except by allowing us to become something far more through human advancement then it would
likely be the best choice because human politician's as we all know are corrupt up to the very hilt.
But a computer must have a programmer, what therefore would it's true motivation be?.
Interesting fiction sci-fi story. But unfortunately what is this guy to expect when he has no physical proof and the "information" he has gleaned from
his "travels" could be made up by any Sci-Fi B-movie plot line writer.
It would be interesting to dig into this guys life and see why he feels compelled to make statements like this. Attention driven? Financially driven?
Psychological wires crossed?
Really dodgy, he hasn't really said anything that we would not expect.
Almost like a superman movie
Floating cities 2 miles high, come on, that's cartoonish
Moving sidewalk, tubes, meet the Jetsons
Lead suits, crystal computers, that's a little contradictory
Huge advancements and no advancements, lead barrier for protection from radiation, come on really, they fixed Fukushima up with lead, this is silly
He knows to much about irrelevant things and nothing about important issues
Not one philosophical question was answered
Well the interesting thing is his name pops up all over the place regarding the philadelphia experiment and he was regarded as one of the sole
survivors. The sad part is this conspiracy theory is a widely known story.
Wish there was some proof to his dissertation other than what he "saw" which is very inconvenient.
Also I know a lot of people are saying most of it sounds hogwash. PLEASE also remember this is over 700 years into the future and a lot is invented
between now and then so I can imagine some of it is plausible or something similar to these new devices and contraptions.
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This topic is widely discussed on ATS for many years. I personally know the whole story very well but I always took it with a lot of grains of salt.
Unlike other ufo stories that are easier to digest, the Al Bielek story as per Preston Nichols narrative is quite a chunk to chew.
Bielek's story has an entire website dedicated to an investigation into his claims. Of course, it can all be thrown out the window with the "the
gubmint changed my history" claim, and we're back to square one. But still.
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