Originally posted by sherpa
Norman Bergrun "Ringmakers of Saturn" for some reason that title I have always identified with an old science fiction novel and I haven't
read any science fiction for about 20 years.
So what your saying is he knows a lot more than he should.
Have you spoken to him about it ? I presume thats why you are going to see him.
Yes, here is brief bio:
Executive. Personal: Born August 4, 1921; Son of Theodore
and Naomi Ruth Stemm Bergrun (both deceased); Married Claire
Michaelson; Father of Clark, Jay, Joan. Education:
B.S.M.E., Cornell University, 1943; L.L.B., LaSalle
University (Exten¬sion), 1955; Postgraduate Study, Stanford
University, 1947; Continuing Education, Foothill College,
1982. Military: Served in the United States Navy, 1944-46,
attaining the rank of Chief Specialist. Career: Executive,
Bergrun Companies (Research, Engineering, Construction,
Properties); Thermodynamicist, Douglas Aircraft Company, El
Segundo, 1943-44; Acro Research Scientist, NACA Ames
Laboratory, 1944-56; Lockheed Missile and Space Company, Van
Nuys (CA), Supervisor Flight Test 1956--68, Manager Flight
Test Analysis 1958-62, Manager Test Plans and Direction
1962-63, Manager Re-Entry Test Operations 1963-67, Staff
Scientist Satellite Systems Applications 1967-69; Director,
Management Information Systems, Nielsen Engineering and
Research, Mt. View, California. Organizational Member¬ships:
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics,
Chairman San Francisco Section 1962, Regional Director 1963,
Associate Fellow; California Society of Professional
Engineers, State Director 1973-74 and 1979-83, Vice-
President, 1986. National Society of Professional Engineers,
National Director, 1975-76; California Space and Defense
Council, 1982; Co-founder and Acting Chairman of the Board,
California Professional Engineering Center, 1986.
Charter Member Aviation Hall of Fame. Community
Activities: Foreign-Student Host, International Center for
the Advancement of Management Education, Stanford
University, 1964-67; National Hearing on Noise Abatement
and Control, Washington, D.C., 1971; Steering Committee
Member for Representative Charles S. Gubser, 10th District
California, 83rd-93rd Congress, 1960-74; California Space
and Defense Council, 1982; Presi¬dential Task Force, 1982;
Television Public Service Announcement, Holiday Project,
1981. Religion: Stanford Memorial Chapel, Teaching
Assistant, Youth Program; Member Chapel Summer Choir, 1982;
Foothill Evening Chorale, 1980-86 inter¬denominational.
Honors and Awards: Engineer of the Year, California Society
of Professional Engineers, Penisula Chapter, 1978;
Appreciation for Sustained Con¬tributions Institute of
Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1972; Extraordinary Service
Award, National Management Association, 1968; Recognition of
Distinctive Service, Institute of Aerospace Sciences, 1962;
Appreciation for Contributions to First Polaris Launching,
Navy Department, 1960.
From Second Edition
Two Thousand Notable Americans
This is what a wrote about Norman Bergrun:
Norman Bergrun wrote “Ringmakers of Saturn” in which he proposes that the massive objects seen in the Voyager 1 & 2 images of the rings are
EMV’s, electromagnetic magnetic vehicles making the rings of Saturn. Norman presents a very strong case using detailed enlargements of these craft,
one of which is 30,000 miles long and 2,400 miles in diameter.
Bergruns credentials are impeccable having spent his entire career as an engineer with several of the large aerospace companies. He retired a few
years ago after 20 years with Lockheed Missiles & Space Company.
Last summer I attended the Bay Area UFO Conference and went to see Norman who was at Stanford University Hospital recovering from a shoulder injury.
He is 85 years old and very sharp and alert. We discussed many things and I asked him if he had any idea where the EMV, which he theorized placed the
moon in its rotationally locked orbit around the earth, was. He told me that he thought it was on the farside of the moon.
When Zorgon and Undo began peeling the layers of encryption from the object in the crater Tsiolkovsky I saw what I believe is the EMV that placed the
moon in orbit around the earth.
Norman has many sources of information made from a lifetime of associations with those involved in space exploration. I have no doubt that he had a
very good source for his belief that the EMV that placed the moon in orbit around the earth was located.
If you have not read Bergrun’s “Ringmakers of Saturn” and understand the scientific research that went into his interpretation of the Voyager
images it may be difficult for you to grasp the reality of those EMV vehicles.
But it is my opinion that Bergruns interpretation is accurate.
Here is the crater Tsiolkosky in which the EMV that I believe towed the moon into orbit is parked: