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The Philadelphia Project- It really happened

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posted on Jul, 2 2003 @ 09:08 PM
I have found, that if I push real hard on the right side of my head, above the ear, that it can project me right into th

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posted on Jul, 2 2003 @ 09:33 PM
Actually, It's the left side of the head... but don't go spreading around that technology! That's highly Classified stuff... For all you people reading this right now... You never read this... You can't travel through time or transport by simply pressing on the left side of your head real hard right above the ear, but below the hairline. THIS NEVER HAPPENED.

posted on Jul, 2 2003 @ 09:34 PM
If you really just tried to press on your head hard... well... There is no word that can express my laughter...

posted on Jul, 2 2003 @ 10:23 PM
heres another link ... its pretty far out there so read at your own discretion

posted on Jul, 2 2003 @ 10:26 PM
Thanks for the site... I'm really interested in this subject... that's why I started this thread...

posted on Jul, 3 2003 @ 01:09 AM
You're very welcome .. I actually used to be very interested in this topic when I was a teenager. I read a book called 'Thin Air', by R. Burger and Neil Simpson

I don't know if you've read it but you might want to .. here's what a review said about it ...

This is a work of FICTION, as the book cover says. Remarkably written, it is a book about a Navy officer on an investigative search to find out why a veteran sailor is having nightmares. This investigation leads to a bizarre cover-up that started on board the USS Eldridge in 1943, and is still going on today! This is a great work of fiction and a must read. Apparantly so, since most of the testimony found in Thin Air from one of the characters appears almost word for word in Moore's book (listed below).

Another book ...

'The Philadelphia Experiment: Project Invisiblity' by William L. Moore and Charles Berlitz ...

This book tells about the experiment from different sources, including witnesses and a doctor who claims to be part of the staff designing the experiment. The last chapter tells about a UFO landing in Canada and the US and Canadian authorities telling the witnesses, a farming couple, that the landing was real and had something to do with the experiment of 1943. Numerous references to Einstein, John Von Neuman and Townsend Brown are in this book but nothing of Tesla and certainly not Alfred Bielek.........

posted on Jul, 3 2003 @ 01:14 AM
The only book I've read about this is an article in the book The Magic Of Our Universe: Beyond the facts... This is actually a very good book written by Kent Davis Moberg. I got the first ever book of this ( besides the authors copy) because my grandpa does his accounting. I'll have to check in with those books though... I am a teenager so I don't really have much else to do, So I guess 'll read some books.

posted on Apr, 12 2004 @ 10:48 PM
History Channel is showing a rather interesting special report on this. This should put many of the issues to bed: A quarter of a century later, the mystery of Carlos Allende, the Varo Edition and the ship that vanished is going stronger than ever. Last year a popular book, The Philadelphia Experiment: Project Invisibility by William L. Moore and Charles Berlitz, gave the story a whole new lease on life. Richard Dreyfuss, who starred in Close Encounters of the Third Kind, plans to turn the book into a major movie. [The movie was later produced and appeared in 1984. -- ed.] The background of the affair is undoubtedly familiar to many FATE readers. For the benefit of those to whom it is not, here is a brief history: A must-read. The author is a reasonably well-known writer of UFO research and noted to be a "believer".

posted on Apr, 12 2004 @ 11:41 PM
eldritch(eldridge) means "strange' and is usually used to describe magical properties as in 'eldritch flame'.
funny, eh?
435khz is reportedly(preston nichols) the frequency that accidentally knocked the famous roswell craft out of the sky. the philadelphia project(interesting that both 'phi' and 'delphi' are both part of this strange experiment) opened a dimensional rift in our space time matrix, which showed the 'greys' the way in.
the worshippers of minerva might pick names like these for a subtle disinfo propoganda programme aimed at screwing with our heads.

[Edited on 12-4-2004 by billybob]

posted on Apr, 23 2004 @ 06:53 PM
what happned to the equipment and research?

posted on Apr, 23 2004 @ 07:40 PM
I have a question about time travel. I don't see how it would work. By speeding up time, does everybody move faster? I mean, I'm assuming we are in present time. Nobody is ahead of us and we are in our own little world. Wouldn't we all be able to go ahead of time, or would it create a parallel universe with the already mapped out future of everybody.

Example: You're eating a grilled cheese sandwich with a friend. You have one bite left before it is gone and he hasn't even eaten his yet. If you time traveled 20 minutes into the future, and saw he had finished his. Would that mean it sped up everything except for you? Or made a parallel universe, and once you go back the normal universe he would still have some left. Assuming you didn't stay in your new universe for an hour.

Err, this is very confusing, I know. Sorry about that. It's kinda hard to ask questions about how something is done, when nobody really knows for sure if even actually can.


posted on Apr, 24 2004 @ 01:01 AM
Just a little off-topic, but still pertaining to. Have you ever put something somewhere, let's say you're cooking and you rest a spoon on the table, and went back for it in a matter of seconds and it's not there? You walk away to retrace your steps and then it's there? That to me my friends, is time travel. Either you went back to before you rest the spoon down or to the future where you picked it up. Happened to mee often when I was younger. Have always been a sucker for anything sci fi and beyond.

posted on Apr, 26 2004 @ 05:34 PM
The Philadelphia Experiment DID happen - what really happened during the actual experiment is unknown (to the general population at least). Nevertheless, it was strange that the men onboard were fused with the metal of the ship. How gruesome.

[Edited on 26-4-2004 by xenophanes85]

posted on Apr, 26 2004 @ 05:54 PM
I used to love the phillidelphia experiment stuff. But the more you look into it rationally the more you realize how flimsy the evidence is.

Carl Allen AKA Carlos Allende is supsect at best. there has never been one proven witness that was on board the ship at the time.

If indeed it ever happened.

This does not mean that time travel isn't possible, who knows. But the U.S. Navy in 1943 did not set out to send a ship through time. Like another poster stated, it was for radar invisiblity. Again, if it happened at all.

I remember reading one article long ago that stated something like (paraphrasing) the experiment was ready to go, they had the generators all hooked up. there were subs ready to "Ping" the ship to see if they could get a sonar and radar stations waiting to get "blips". But they forgot to take into consideration that the ship was sitting in the ocean a massive conductor of electricity. When the fired up the hull of the ship, the now magnetised/electrified hull reacted with the salt water of the ocean and that's when all hell broke loose."

Like I said, paraphrasing, but that's my favorite phillidelphia story.

I don't mean to rain on anyones parade, but the Montauk stuff is very suspect and there is absolutely no proof that the experiment or subsequent melded bodies and also the now infamous bar fight ever took place.

The philledelphia experiment is not a hoax, just urban myth.

Oh, and the reason the office of Naval intelligence is in charge of UFO's is because of their experience with submarines. Anything that can travel through the vacummn of the ocean can travel through space and of course vice versa.



posted on Apr, 26 2004 @ 06:39 PM
Whoa! I can't believe my First-ever post on ATS is still getting hits. though it was a big jump between the last post and the new set of posts, it's great to see it again. I forgot completely about this until I saw it under the recent post section. My cousin is now using my old GiantsFan account, which he rarely uses. I still think the whole experiment happened, and that that technology is being used today. ever hear an Airplane or jet, and your looking frantically around trying to see it, but you can't find it? "Ah, it's hidden in the clouds" you think, but could it actually be an example of this invisible technology? I don't know about the transporting through time stuff, don't believe that quite as much anymore, but I strongly believe in the whole Ship going invisible stuff.

posted on Apr, 26 2004 @ 06:45 PM

ever hear an Airplane or jet, and your looking frantically around trying to see it, but you can't find it? "Ah, it's hidden in the clouds" you think, but could it actually be an example of this invisible technology?

Sorry but no, it's not an example of invisible technology. There is an air show near my house a couple times a year and when the jets fly in, especially the fighters sometimes they come in low.

If you haven't had the experience of a fighter jet flying at like seven thousand feet over your head. Well, you certainly hear it way before you see it and it's so loud and enveloping that it's very hard to pin point the bastard untill it's already past you.

The first time this happened I had been living in my house for about six months, mind you this was after 911 and I hear these jets...needless to say it scared the frickin sap outta me.

I can't begin to describe the sense overload of a couple jets zooming in to land.

So sorry, not invisible just very loud and very fast.


posted on Apr, 26 2004 @ 06:56 PM

Originally posted by Spiderj
Well, you certainly hear it way before you see it and it's so loud and enveloping that it's very hard to pin point the bastard untill it's already past you.

Yes... I see what your saying, with Jets of course. I live near 3 differnt AFB's so Jets fly around all the time... But I also live fairly close to an Airport and have regular jets fly overhead. Many times though, with a clear sky, I can hear jets... Sometimes I can hear their engines for well over a minute, but never see a single trace of a plane. And these are on days with crystal clear skies. I dunno what it is, maybe it's my poor eyesight or the thin air in Colorado.

posted on Apr, 26 2004 @ 06:58 PM
Ok let's put the myth to bed the best we can. The experiment was to make a ship invisible using a huge EM field and it worked. Unfortunately an EM field that large will screw up your brain chemistry to no end so the ones who lived went mad. That's my understanding of what happened, why is this such a difficult and mysterious event for people? It's not a hard concept to swallow.

posted on Apr, 27 2004 @ 06:05 PM
but it doesnt exsplain the transportation or the binding of the crew to the ship

posted on May, 11 2004 @ 02:43 PM
yet more links to further cloud everyones' opinions:

[Edited on 11-5-2004 by el cid]

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