Why Did Dr Walter Gerlach Abandon His Pet Subject=Researching The Unified Field?

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posted on Mar, 6 2013 @ 12:09 PM
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Just a few hours ago, was listening to Joseph Farell's interview with George Noory, on various subjects including the UFT.
He mentioned that Walter Gerlach was into UFT research during WW 2.. Then subsequent to the war, the British interrogated him to great length, and then he was brought over to the US and further interrogated over a period of 3 months. The results of these interrogations are allegedly classified to this day.
He then goes on to say that Walter returned to Germany and took up reseach into an entirely different subject because, he suddenly had the fear of God in him.
I was wondering, what could have scared this sturdy former SS officer witless and resulted in abondonig his researh into the UFT and is application.

Was wodering if folks on the ATS any possible insights into these strange happenings?




posted on Mar, 6 2013 @ 07:27 PM
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Originally posted by Angelic Resurrection
Was wodering if folks on the ATS any possible insights into these strange happenings?
First, I'm not sure that's an accurate accounting of exactly what happened.

I wonder if he may have been asked by the US to help with nuclear weapon development and refused.
He was an anti-nuclear weapon proponent since he supported an effort for Germany to not get nuclear weapons.



posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 12:13 AM
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the British had allegedly reported that, he was not co operating during the interrogation initially,
but later began to co operate.
Was he coerced by some unfavorable means of torture, i wonder



posted on Mar, 31 2013 @ 04:28 AM
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Originally posted by Angelic Resurrection
Just a few hours ago, was listening to Joseph Farell's interview with George Noory, on various subjects including the UFT.
He mentioned that Walter Gerlach was into UFT research during WW 2.. Then subsequent to the war, the British interrogated him to great length, and then he was brought over to the US and further interrogated over a period of 3 months. The results of these interrogations are allegedly classified to this day.
He then goes on to say that Walter returned to Germany and took up reseach into an entirely different subject because, he suddenly had the fear of God in him.
I was wondering, what could have scared this sturdy former SS officer witless and resulted in abondonig his research into the UFT and is application.

Was wodering if folks on the ATS any possible insights into these strange happenings?


There's a whole book about it, which is authored by none other than ... Joseph Farrell! It's The SS Brotherhood of the Bell: The Nazis' Incredible Secret Technology (1-931882-61-4).

You should read it, but the portion relevant to this thread is that Gerlach (allegedly ... how often is this word used on ATS?) supervised an advanced physics Nazi project called the Bell, which was developed using a form of ether physics. The consensus is that either Gerlach was terrified at some of the side effects, or the SS threatened him MIB-style with bodily harm (or worse) if he ever breathed a word again. Gerlach may only have survived due to the fact that he was famous; a few dozen German scientists were machine-gunned after the machinery was moved out.



posted on Mar, 31 2013 @ 04:44 AM
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Originally posted by Angelic Resurrection
Just a few hours ago, was listening to Joseph Farell's interview with George Noory, on various subjects including the UFT.
He mentioned that Walter Gerlach was into UFT research during WW 2.. Then subsequent to the war, the British interrogated him to great length.....




There were reports that a number of Germans were tortured in England after WW2. Perhaps this man was one of those victims?



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 08:45 PM
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Originally posted by EricR

Originally posted by Angelic Resurrection
Just a few hours ago, was listening to Joseph Farell's interview with George Noory, on various subjects including the UFT.
He mentioned that Walter Gerlach was into UFT research during WW 2.. Then subsequent to the war, the British interrogated him to great length.....




There were reports that a number of Germans were tortured in England after WW2. Perhaps this man was one of those victims?




Maybe but why are the results of the interrogation still classified?



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 08:51 PM
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Originally posted by Proginoskes


There's a whole book about it, which is authored by none other than ... Joseph Farrell! It's The SS Brotherhood of the Bell: The Nazis' Incredible Secret Technology (1-931882-61-4).

You should read it, but the portion relevant to this thread is that Gerlach (allegedly ... how often is this word used on ATS?) supervised an advanced physics Nazi project called the Bell, which was developed using a form of ether physics. The consensus is that either Gerlach was terrified at some of the side effects, or the SS threatened him MIB-style with bodily harm (or worse) if he ever breathed a word again. Gerlach may only have survived due to the fact that he was famous; a few dozen German scientists were machine-gunned after the machinery was moved out.


You could be right that the SS or the surviving SS after the war still had some sort of a hold on him
to gain his continued silence right upto his death.
I believe the bell was evacuated to argentina and subsequently after a few years the whole project was abandobed,
or was it?





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