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Here course the thousands of excursionists from the measureless regions of the Huan lights, where are to be seen a million varieties of fire-ships, of sizes from ten miles across to the breadth of a world, in unceasing travel, in tens of thousands of directions, onward in their ways, every several one a history of millions of years, and of thousands of millions of souls, and every soul rich in the knowledge of thousands of worlds. By music alone, some their ships propelled, the vibratory chords affording power sufficient in such high-skilled hands, and the tunes changing according to the regions traversed. Others, even by colors made in the waves of sound, went forward, carrying millions of angels, every one attuned so perfectly that his very presence lent power and beauty to the monarch vessel.
The ‘rusty old iron ship’s hull’ seen by my greengrocer friend, was
apparently one of the early prototypes, converted from a submarine hull,
and later brought to New Mexico with the rest of the German projects, and
now hangered at Sandia Base, Manzano Base, White Sands, or some other
Recently, a greengrocer acquaintance related to me how, while he and his daughter were traveling from the Albuquerque airport to their home in Santa Fe one night in the 1980s, they were followed all the way by a 'cigar-shaped' ship which flew not far above their car. They got a good look at the bottom, described as looking like a rusty old iron ship's hull, complete with rivets. There were a line of portholes along the bottom—like a dirigible—and he could hear the drone of a diesel engine. This to me brought to mind information I had sought to assemble in 1957, regarding a "super aircraft carrier", 1,000 feet long, the construction of which was commenced just before the war and 'abandoned', which was named the Graf Zeppelin. While in Air Force intelligence, I had first heard of the 'super ship' in a book I was reading about Patton, and was curious about its fate, so I asked my associate, a sergeant who had been a spy in the area of Hamburg at the end of the war. He told me the Graf Zeppelin had a stainless steel hull which was 11 inches thick, and when I asked him what had happened to it, he said it was "sank in the North Sea" or was 'dismantled'. He then became evasive to my further inquiries (Uh-oh! Still classified!). The existence of a "Super Zeppelin" as a supposed "dirigible", is documented in Toland's book, and as an "aircraft carrier", is documented in a naval history of WWII by Keegan Both versions were 1,000 feet long, were both 'discontinued' "at the beginning of the war", were both named "Graf
Originally posted by MrsBlonde
reply to post by TeslaandLyne
this is without a doubt the one of the most interesting things I have ever read !!
I'm thrilled we found each other on ATS!
it's going to take awhile for me to read and process it all ,thanks!
Originally posted by bluemooone2
reply to post by LUXUS
Sound and UFO propulsion is fascinating! Whatever your opinion of Billy Mieres may be please watch this video . The part concerning the beem ship sound recordings starts at about 5 min into the video.
UFO meens `You Found Out`- Jimi Hendrix
John W. Keely, discoverer of Sympathetic Vibratory Physics, found a means of negating the effect of gravity as well as developing a form of propulsion.
From 1888 to 1893, Keely worked on developing his system of "Aerial Navigation". The first successful test was in 1893 which led the way to the construction of an aerial craft.
In 1896, Mr. Keely had so perfected his system that he arranged to give a demonstration of the aerial craft to the United States War Department. In attendance at the demonstration were a number of invited members of the press.
Descriptions of the craft state that it was a circular platform
roughly 6 feet in diameter. On this platform was mounted a small
stool set before a keyboard.