posted on Mar, 9 2012 @ 07:28 PM
Originally posted by morelenmir
I find this topic, specifically the 'Nazi Bell' extremely fascinating, I have read Farrel's 'Reich of The Black Sun' and Nick Cook's 'The Hunt
for Zero Point', both of which touch with varying degrees on the matter. I wonder if anyone can point me in the right direction for more of the
Dr Ronald Richter worked on the Nazi Bell in 1944. Later he attempted to recreate the Nazi Bell project in Argentina for Peron. He referred to this in
his 1956 job application to work for the United States Air Force under Paperclip. His job application and interview reports were not declassified
until 1999, because the technology they referred to was still so sophisticated and cutting edge.
Indeed Richter's work was only declassified because eventually so much of it was in the public arena there was no longer much point in keeping it
classified. For decades however it was almost impossible to learn anything about Richter's work in Argentina.
Richter described the concept of Zero Point Energy to the USAF and sorry folks it had nothing to do with anti gravity. I know many people are huge
fans of Farrell for his entertaining books but they are a mix of fact with fantasy conjecture and should be treated as light entertainment reading.
Nick Cook came to me seeking information for his book, but never floated the entire concept past me for comment, or I would have corrected him.
Both gentlemen, whether sincere or not and I can't speculate either way, have taken a bunch of facts and projected onto them their own beliefs or
speculations and have deviated from studying the facts.
Did the Nazi Bell ever exist?
Yes I am 100% certain it did.
Was it anything to do with UFOs?
...Only in the sense that when the power was cut to these spherical Tokamaks they gave off plasma discharges which floated up into the atmosphere as
Ball Lightning. When spotted by Allied pilots they were named Foo Fighters.
They were not vehicles. Just plasma discharges.
Was the Nazi Bell an anti-gravity device, unless somebody shows me a working device and convincingly replicates the technology for me ... I would say
in your dreams.