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Tuesday, September 21, 2004

Time, Tesla, and the Philadelphia Experiment

Time Can be Turned Back - PRAVDA.Ru
Rummaging around Pravda, I discovered this story about time travel, a subject I find fascinating.

The basic story is this:
US scientists working in the Antarctic spotted a swirling cloud, sent a weather balloon up and watched it vanish in the vortex. They pulled on the rope, the balloon reappeared but ... the chronometer had reset to January 27, 1965, the same day, 30 years in the past. The experiment was repeated ...

(I think there were some episodes of Stargate with very similar plots)

Usually, behind a story no matter how wild, is some glimmer of a basis, even if it is just weather balloon experiments (or Stargate). After all, the best tale is one with a grain of truth so I set about searching the internet for the actual source of the story. All roads led back to Pravda with a few detours by way of discussions on message boards, all based on the Pravda story.

However, along the way my attention was drawn towards another well known conspiracy tale with eerie echoes of the Pravda time travel one, and like most people, I love conspiracy theories, even if I don't believe them all.

The other tale is that of the Philadelphia Experiment, also known as Project Rainbow.

The basic tale is this:

Allegedly, in the fall of 1943 a U.S. Navy destroyer, the USS Eldridge, ID Number; ED-173, was made invisible and inadvertantly teleported from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Norfolk, Virginia, and back again during highly classified Government experiments into cloaking ships from radar detection using massive electromagnetic generators, and based on Einstein's Unified Field Theory for gravitation and electricity.

You may have seen the 1984 movie, The Philadelphia Experiment, which is based on the Project Rainbow events as told by Carlos Allende, a.k.a. Carl Allen, who wrote a series of strange letters to one Dr. Morris K. Jessup in the 1950's in which he described what he claims was at least one of the several phases of the Philadelphia Experiment.

In the movie, and according to most 'accounts' of the experiments, Escort-Destroyer-173, The USS Eldridge, is enveloped by a fine green swirling fog as the massive electromagnetic field generators powered up, before suddenly vanishing from sight and, according to varying accounts of 'survivors', being swept upwards into an enormous swirling vortex. The ship then reappears almost instantaneously in Norfolk, Virginia, where it remains for a short period of time before teleporting back to Philadelphia though remaining invisible for several hours.

However, things had gone disasterously wrong and the crew are badly affected; 5 crew members whose bodies were fused into the deck of the ship, others frozen solid where they stood and yet more who had small metal compasses in their pockets and had burst into flames on exposure to the massive forces involved.

Two brothers allegedly leapt over the side of the ship as it was swept into the vortex. Then things get really complicated ... you can read about it here.

The official, US Navy, version of the 'Philadelphia Experiment' (i.e. there was no experiment).

Only when Nikola Tesla, the uncredited genius, is mentioned, does everything make sense. He was a man out of time, a genius, some of whose work is still classified today. One famous Tesla experiment is said to have occurred using nothing more than an osciloscope and an oscillator, with which he almost brought down a large towerblock in order to demonstrate harmonics to a sceptic.

If Tesla's harmonics principles were applied to Einstein's Unified Field Theory and combined in a controlled way, the possibility exists to vibrate the object at precisely the right frequency for it to slip out of phase with its surroundings into sub-timespace. When the frequency was then altered slightly, the object would reappear in our timespace, corresponding to the frequency with which it was now vibrating. See String Theory.


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