My personal trip to Peenemünde facility (Nazi Bell/ German technology related)

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posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 09:55 AM
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great pictures man, i enjoyed seeing them!




posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 01:03 PM
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Originally posted by Mary Rose
Is the Nazi Bell a craft or a device?

Project Camelot interviewed Joseph Farrell about his book Nazi International in February, 2009. The website page describing this interview states that the bell is:


. . . an experimental device, classified at the highest level, that seems to have been used to investigate time distortion effects or antigravity - very possibly both - based on the beginnings of theoretical torsion physics that was being developed in the 1920s and 1930s by a number of brilliant European scientists, themselves very much ahead of their time. . . .


Hi Mary!

I do think the Bell itself is just the device, something like an engine if you will... *if* it ever existed
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posted on Mar, 3 2011 @ 05:44 AM
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Originally posted by Mary Rose
Project Camelot interviewed Joseph Farrell about his book Nazi International in February, 2009. The website page describing this interview states . . .


There's also a transcript of this interview.

I think it's interesting that Farrell says that besides Die Glocke, another name for the bell was Der Bienenstock - the beehive, because of the sound it made.



posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 03:42 PM
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While I totally agree with the sentiments behind what you say, if places like this are destroyed and forgotten the world will eventually forget, these help us remember forever. Also lets not forget this is where our trip to the moon started, with the technology developed here.



posted on May, 3 2011 @ 12:09 PM
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There is all this talk about Die Glocke being a anti-gravity device but it could be a uranium breeding machine to make uranium isotopes for a nuclear device. Check out my thread for more info about Die Glocke Here



posted on May, 4 2011 @ 03:31 AM
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Thanks for the link and aditional information, I enjoyed your thread as well! The Bell being a nuclear device is new to me but an interesting point of view nontheless!

I'm very interested in the Cash/Landrum case. Given the fact that The Bell really existed and had been worked on in the states maybe the technology was used in the Cash/ Ladrum case craft, who knows!



posted on Oct, 10 2011 @ 03:42 PM
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Hi Dal, really good post mate its probably the only way i would get to see it and appreciate the effort.

Dal i dont want to hijack your post but i cant write a thread yet but thought this is to good a story to PM you about. I have a few questions for you that you may be able to help me out with as they are really bugging me but ive drawn up blanks in my search on the internet.

A few years ago now i was stationed with the British army in Minden. The barracks we stayed in was called Elizabeth barracks to us but was obviously an older German barracks as it still had all the eagles and markings etc along with ammunition cellars and armoury's etc. Well my first question is could you help me find out a little more about the place as it must have some good history.
Secondly and more importantly up on the Weser ridge which slops down at Port west falica for the river, road and rail crossings there is some massive iron doors sealed in the cliff face on the opposite cliff side to the side with the Kaiser statue. Well me being me im so curious that i had to take a look. So after some major manipulation of my body i managed to get inside. I only had a very small light and it was total darkness but there was tunnels going off into the darkness and another with a large cavern space for like rockets or something and various equipment laying everywhere. I cannot find any real information about this place and i said one day i would return but i never did. Im really sure that it was a weapons factory underground but to be honest on my own in the dark with only a weak light it was very hard to tell and the place felt extremely uncomfortable and im not frightened very easy but it seriously un nerved me..

Any help or thoughts would be good and once again great post.



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 04:20 AM
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Hi Sherlock,

thanks for your feedback, I appreciate it!

I have some nice pieces of information for you
I will get back at you as soon as I have a lil' more time!!

Cheers!



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 07:23 AM
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Amazing post. Thank you for sharing with us!



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 07:47 AM
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Thats great to hear


By the way i do appreciate the effort so whenever your ready



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 08:31 AM
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You're welcome


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No problem at all, the topic about the barracks and hidden German facilities is really interesting!



posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 09:44 AM
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Originally posted by sherlock2k2
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Hi Dal, really good post mate its probably the only way i would get to see it and appreciate the effort.

Dal i dont want to hijack your post but i cant write a thread yet but thought this is to good a story to PM you about. I have a few questions for you that you may be able to help me out with as they are really bugging me but ive drawn up blanks in my search on the internet.

A few years ago now i was stationed with the British army in Minden. The barracks we stayed in was called Elizabeth barracks to us but was obviously an older German barracks as it still had all the eagles and markings etc along with ammunition cellars and armoury's etc. Well my first question is could you help me find out a little more about the place as it must have some good history.
Secondly and more importantly up on the Weser ridge which slops down at Port west falica for the river, road and rail crossings there is some massive iron doors sealed in the cliff face on the opposite cliff side to the side with the Kaiser statue. Well me being me im so curious that i had to take a look. So after some major manipulation of my body i managed to get inside. I only had a very small light and it was total darkness but there was tunnels going off into the darkness and another with a large cavern space for like rockets or something and various equipment laying everywhere. I cannot find any real information about this place and i said one day i would return but i never did. Im really sure that it was a weapons factory underground but to be honest on my own in the dark with only a weak light it was very hard to tell and the place felt extremely uncomfortable and im not frightened very easy but it seriously un nerved me..

Any help or thoughts would be good and once again great post.


Hi Sherlock,

here are some pieces of information (there are barely reliable sources and it was really hard to gather at least some information):

As far as I’m concerned the “Elisabeth Kasernen” (Elizabeth barracks) were simply barracks used by the Nazi “Wehrmacht” (/army) and were home to the 16th Battalion of sappers (don’t know if it’s the right translation though
). The barracks were part of a big military complex (training and exercising fields).

You may also want to check out for some recent pictures (just click on “Minden”): chris-blevins1.magix.net...

As for your second question I found something interesting, I will try to write it down for you as understandable as possible:

During the Second World War underground factories, called “U-built relocations”, were built in(to) the Weser and Wiehengebirge (=mountains of Weser and Wiehen) near Minden. In these factories forced laborers from the concentration camp (KZ) Neuengamme had to produce weapons and other war-related goods. After the war the machines in these factories were dismantled by the Americans and they also sealed the entrances.

“U-shift relocations” (“underground shiftings”) denotes a German armament production plant shifted under the earth's surface during the Second World War.

After the weapon(s) factories in Peenemünde were damaged a lot during the British operation “Hydra” the national socialists’ government decided to transfer/ shift any war important factory to an underground location.
Especially in old mines or in newly created tunnels the companies found the space they needed for their operations. The great demand for laborer in the underground relocation was met by the use of forced laborers and concentration camp inmates of newly constructed concentration camps.

In particular, the production of synthetic gasoline in the so-called Geilenberg program was moved underground. The program was named after Edmund Geilenberg, the Commissioner General for immediate action at the Reich Ministry for Armaments and War Production (Reichsministerium für Rüstung- und Kriegsproduktion).
Under the direction of the so called “Jägerstab” the German fighter aircraft industry was decentralized and moved to underground development and production facilities.

The underground facility you discovered was mainly used by the Nazis to ensure the production of fighter planes. Originally used as mines the underground facilities near Porta Westfalica were enlarged to transfer production factories to underground locations.



posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 02:46 PM
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Wow a lot more than i thought.Thanks for finding out that info for me. Now ive got the idea of what im actually looking for im going to dig deeper and see what else i can find. Ive had some talks with friends and looks like i might go back there in the spring next year.

Just wish in a way i went deeper into that facility with a camera, you never know what i might have found.

When i used your info i also found out some things about some places we found when we were in the harz mountains doing some mountain training that were well hidden in the forests.

Im really thinking hard though where they were but the problem is we didn't always know exactly where we was of you know what i mean.

And to think we only just scratched the surface here.
edit on 13-10-2011 by sherlock2k2 because: Poor spelling > extra DIV



posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 03:33 AM
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You're welcome


Aw I love the Harz mountains, it's really a wonderful place in every season of the year.

Some friends and me (strictly a men event, our women have to spend their time in the gym
) always head to the Harz mountains (especially the "Brocken") in early January and climb up the snowy paths in the forest up to the "Brocken", it always has the vibe of an adventure- just you and the nature (and some cans of beer
).





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