By Jack Heart & Orage
“The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease forever to be able to do it.” – Peter Pan
The reality of the herd is nothing more than an etiological myth, a story concocted in accordance with prevailing beliefs to explain how an already existing thing came into being.
The children of Abraham tell a story of how their god created rainbows as a promise that he would never do it again after he had drowned the entire world. Then they laugh at Peter Pan…
Mythology as a word itself should be stricken from the English language. There is no such thing as a myth, only alternate realities — every one of them just as feasible and just as real as the other. The one the observer experiences is dependent only on what the observer believes is real.
If Peter Pan jumps from the roof of the Empire State Building in front of you he will no doubt end in a bloody pancake on the pavement below — but in another world, he is soaring like a drunken pigeon over Fifth Avenue. The bloody pancake is part of your world not his.
The herd, the mob, the unwashed masses are farm animals and are seldom if ever told the truth by their keepers.
They believe, they graze and they bleat, they live and die by what they are told. They are the proverbial six hundred lost souls in the South Tower of the World Trade Center, who were only too willing to ignore the burning North Tower right in front of them in favor of promises made by an incorporeal authority, who tells them on some faceless public address system that everything will be just fine, if they just go back to work. For them, beasts of burden that they are, death cannot come soon enough, just like it did…
They are Slaves, they are Helots, they are technology’s Shudras, conditioned to swoon at the mere mention of Albert Einstein’s name. Albert Einstein! ‘Albert Einstein the godlike Jew that changed the course of human history in the early twentieth century…’
It would all be laughable if it if did not contain the germ of truth.
There was a godlike Jewish scientist in the first half of the twentieth century from which precedes everything twenty-first century man now sees before him. But his name was not Albert Einstein and he was in fact, besides being a Jew who delighted in telling Yiddish jokes to other Jews, a fanatically committed “Nazi…”
John von Neumann’s inspiration
John von Neumann published over a hundred and fifty papers in his lifetime, and each one of them would alter the course of human history; but in the end, he only published what was necessary to move main stream science into the twenty-first century. Most of what he did was top secret.
Enrico Fermi may have built the bomb almost single-handedly, and Martin Bormann may have supplied the U235 when he dealt submarine U234 to the Allies, but it was John von Neumann who made it all work.
It was von Neumann who designed the Implosion detonation mechanism for Fat Man, the plutonium bomb that leveled Nagasaki, and the one the Germans so conveniently had the infrared fuses for onboard U234. It was von Neumann who selected Hiroshima and Nagasaki as the targets after being overruled on Kyoto – his first choice – by Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson; and it was von Neumann who, according to even mainstream academia, calculated the exact “heights” at which the bombs would be detonated…
In 1950, von Neumann became a consultant to the Weapons Systems Evaluation Group (WSEG). The WSEG advised America’s Joint Chiefs of Staff and Secretary of Defense on the weaponization of new technologies. After that, he was the shadow behind the government, and the inspiration for Stanley Kubrick’s iconic, 1964 movie character Dr. Strangelove.
During the final stages of his illness, von Neumann was wheelchair-bound, and meetings that would set the policies that are still in place today for “National Security” were often held in his home.
His work was so classified that an armed contingent stood over him as he died of cancer at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in 1957. There would be no impromptu death bed confessions in John von Neumann’s biography…
In his Mathematische Grundlagen der Quantenmechanik, the 1932 book that defines quantum mechanics until this very day, von Neumann attributes the indeterminate nature of quantum physics to input from the observer’s consciousness that is outside of mathematical calculations.
He said the entire universe could be described as a wave function, and wave function collapse is due only to the consciousness of the observer. Among physicists, this school of thought is called the von Neumann–Wigner interpretation. Its wild abandonment of determinism has always had little appeal to an academia that has built its temple on the foundation of rationalism.
Von Neumann’s Successor
Hugh Everett III, born in 1930, was von Neumann’s successor at the WSEG. Everett, just like von Neumann, was a blueblood. Only Everett was a loyal son of the Anglo-American Empire whose father was a lieutenant colonel on the general staff during WW II. After the war, Everett took a year off from school in 1949 to stay with his dad in occupied Germany. Together they took hundreds of professional grade photographs of the technical aspects of the reconstruction, all rather strangely “almost devoid of people.”1
After graduating in 1953 from the most exclusive catholic schools in Washington DC with a degree in chemical engineering, Everett was given a National Science Foundation fellowship enabling him to attend Princeton for graduate studies. There he at first studied Game Theory, a branch of mathematics, established by von Neumann in 1928. Game Theory analyses the strategies of the participants in competitive situations.
By 1954, Everett was immersed in mathematical physics at Princeton under Eugene Wigner of the von Neumann–Wigner interpretation. By 1955 he had his masters degree and began work on his dissertation, Wave Mechanics Without Probability, which he would finish in April of 1956. A month later he went to work for the WSEG where he would become the Director of the Department of Physical and Mathematical Sciences in 1957, the year von Neumann died. Just about everything Everett did after that is classified.
Everett’s dissertation turned theoretical physics on its head. Everett said the wave function didn’t collapse, denying the Copenhagen School its most cherished precept. What Everett said was the same thing the inventor of the equations that describe a wave function, Erwin Schrödinger, had told physicists four years earlier at the famous lecture, when he warned them what he was about to say would “seem lunatic.”2
Schrödinger then went on to say that there really is no such thing as probabilities and that, when his equations seem to be describing several different histories, they are “not alternatives, but all really happen simultaneously…” 3
Back at the Empire State Building, you’re looking at Peter Pancake. But in an alternate reality, just as real as your own, Peter Pan is swooping down Fifth Avenue laughing at you. Peter Pan cannot die and neither can you, this is called Quantum Immortality.
Everett believed so strongly in it that he actually ate, drank and smoked himself to death at age fifty-two, making a spectacle of it in front of his family and boasting to his colleagues how satisfied he was with this life’s achievements. Later, in hopes that she would meet up with him in the right parallel universe, his daughter would commit suicide asking in her suicide note that her ashes be thrown out with the trash, as Everett had insisted his should be.
The foundational premise of Preston Nichols’ infamous Montauk Project’s trilogy was the artificial production, amplification and introduction of an oscillated frequency to subjects, usually prepubescent boys, with the right Nordic blood type. When seated in a chair, designed by von Neumann to achieve harmonic synthesis between the subject and the introduced frequency, the subject can project alternate realities, even beings that can interact with this reality.
Wormholes can be opened up and time manipulated for the deployment of an army of mind-controlled super soldiers, created by secret Nazi technology. The raison d’être of the project is given as the Babylon Working, the ultimate consummation of the Magick of Aleister Crowley. The whole thing was implemented under the direction of von Neumann and directed, after the war, from the Brookhaven Lab in Long Island. Most of the experimentation took place in a Deep Underground Military Base (DUMB) beneath Camp Hero, a now defunct radar station on Montauk Point, Long Island.
The first book The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time was published in 1992. Its cover features the picture of a statue of a great rearing steed with a clock on its stomach. In the book, claiming to be a participant in the experiments himself as a technician, Nichols tells his readers, without bothering to give any good reasons why he is telling them, that the future can be accessed only so far before the time traveler is confronted by the statue of a great rearing steed in a landscape devoid of people.
In 1993, New Mexican artist Luis Jimenez was commissioned to build a thirty-two foot high statue for the then under construction Denver International Airport (DIA). The statue would take fifteen years to complete and looks almost exactly like the rearing steed depicted on the cover of Preston Nichols’ book.
The differences being the Jimenez statue is painted blue, minus the clock and rearing to the full apex of its terrible height. The airport opened in 1995, but the statue would not be finished until 2008. Jimenez was killed in 2006 when a section fell from its hoist and severed the artery in his leg. He bled out in his Hondo, New Mexico studio, thirteen years after being commissioned…
His sons finished the work and its now on display at the airport, leaving a lasting impression of dread in many of the twenty-eight million people who pass through each year. Because of its glowing red eyes, some have taken to calling it the “Devil Horse” or “Satan’s Steed.”
But the facts are, long before “Blucifer” fixed Peña Boulevard, DIA’s main road, in the “blank and pitiless” gaze W B Yeats predicted a century before, people noticed the runways of DIA form a swastika when viewed from the air. The dedication stone for DIA is Masonic, the art decorating its interior is apocalyptic, and its thirty-five thousand acres are almost twice the real-estate of America’s second largest airport.
At close to five billion dollars DIA ended up costing almost twice what it was budgeted for, was sixteen months over deadline and seemingly built in the middle of nowhere.
Rumors have surfaced, substantiated by facts like these, that the airport itself is just the external face for a DUMB that is the hub of a Luciferian conspiracy to eliminate 90% of the world’s “useless eaters” and bring to fruition the New World Order of Masonic dreams. That dream, in a seemingly taunting gesture, was carved in the granite of the Georgia Guidestones when the eighties began…
It was Aleister Crowley himself who had given the marching orders for instituting the new reality, a reality without reality, without limitations, without rules — an ‘indeterminate’ reality where the elect would take strange drugs and make love to great purple beasts of woman. In the Book of the Law, written all the way back in 1904, Crowley called the Magi to war against what he called the old grey world.
“I am the warrior Lord of the Forties: the Eighties cower before me, and are abased. I will bring you to victory and joy: I will be at your arms in battle and ye shall delight to slay. Success is your proof; courage is your armor; go on, go on, in my strength; and ye shall turn not back for any!”
Karl Pribram the founder of the Holonomic Brain Theory and the leading light of the Holographic Paradigm repeatedly points out that by 1906 German scientists had begun to explore the possibility that the brain works like a frequency receiver. 4
But even before that, experiments in wireless communication and electrical discharge — in Germany by scientists like Friedrich Paschen and his successor Max Wien and elsewhere by Nikola Tesla, Guglielmo Marconi and others — had proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that this world the human race lives in is nothing more than a frequency signal, and the channel can be changed.
Those experiments have never been made public. In fact Paschen and Wien two of the greatest experimental scientists that ever lived have been virtually written out of history, another Tesla made to look like a quack and Marconi a spaghetti salesman.
History, because it is written by academics beholding to their sponsors and has been since the days of Herodotus, never ever tells the truth.
History tells those it seduces what its sponsors want them to hear.
That’s why in the days before Christianity, when western man was still capable of critical thinking, Herodotus was called the Father of Lies. Now he’s called the Father of History…
Walter Gerlach was Hitler’s plenipotentiary for nuclear physics in the Reich Research Council. After the war, he was fingered as the lead scientist in the enigmatic “Nazi Bell Experiments” by the soon to be hung Jakob Sporrenberg. He was SS-Gruppenführer und Generalleutnant der Polizei for Poland and Belarus where the experiments took place. Gerlach had served his apprenticeship under Paschen, then gone on to serve in WW I under Wien in wireless communication for the German army.
These men were all doing pioneering work with light waves below the visible spectrum. They were studying the frequencies of electromagnetic radiation emitted during transition from a higher state of energy to a lower, the same as occurs during a gravitational redshift where time is altered. Wien was even experimenting with synchronizing two pendulums just like Fourier analysis is able to do on paper.
Even before the Germans got to work on their Time Machine, which is exactly what the Nazi Bell was, by the early twenties they already had built a Jenseitsflugmachine or “After Life Flying Machine” under the direction of Winfried Otto Schumann. Schumann, another of the great German experimental scientists written out of history, was Germany’s answer to Nikola Tesla and perhaps the foremost expert in the world on high-voltage technology at the time.
He was using instructions provided by beautiful and mysterious female Magi, who told the German scientists from the Thule Society working with them that they were channeling the technical schematics for the ship from disembodied entities.
After the war Schumann, under Operation Paperclip, would be sequestered at Wright Paterson Air Force Base for two years, along with two hundred and twenty tons of classified German papers on aviation.
None of what was learned has ever been made public. In the fifties, Schumann would be credited with discovering the Schumann Resonance, a set of spectrum peaks in the Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) portion of the world’s electromagnetic field, usually around 7.83 Hertz (Hz) but ranging between three and sixty Hz, contingent on worldwide lightning activity, which generates it. The Schumann Resonance is the pulse of the living Earth…
Starting in the early 1880’s, when Heinrich Hertz –for whom the Hertz unit of measurement is named– proved in the lab the existence of electromagnetic waves, there was a relentless and unbroken line of experimentation by the Germans in a herculean effort to produce higher and higher frequencies. The early experimentation of Wien led to the 1920 invention of the Barkhausen oscillator by Heinrich Barkhausen and Karl Kurz.
It was the first oscillator that could produce modulated electromagnetic waves in the ultra-high frequency (UHF) spectrum, in other words, radio. But more importantly, the Germans could now change the channel with their After Life or Other World Flying Machine and explore the myriads of invisible worlds coterminous with the one the rest of the human race is trapped in.
In 1935 Oskar Heil, one if the few great German scientists who hasn’t been written out of history, together with his brilliant Russian wife, Agnesa Arsenjewa, would crown the German effort with a paper that presented the velocity-modulated or Heil tube to the world. The Heil tube is able to beam electrons in bunches allowing for the generation of radio waves at far higher frequencies than were possible with the vacuum tubes used until then.
The Heil tube was the first practical microwave generator. It was crucial in the development of radar technology and is still used today. Heil was also issued several patents for “transistor-like” devices before the war. In 1947, he was “invited” to America. By the end of 1947, Bell Laboratories announced the invention of the “point-contact transistor…”
AT BEST, America’s atomic bomb would have only a little more than half the uranium required to achieve critical mass by August 6 of forty-five, the day they dropped it on Hiroshima.
At the close of WW II, America needed fifty kilos of U235 for the critical mass necessary to detonate its atomic bomb. In a memo dated December 28, 1944, the chief metallurgist for Los Alamos Eric Jette wrote “A study of the shipment of (bomb-grade uranium) for the past three months shows the following…: At the present rate we will have 10 kilos about February 7 and 15 kilos about May 1.”
At best America’s atomic bomb would have only a little more than half the uranium required to achieve critical mass by August 6 of forty-five, the day they dropped it on Hiroshima.
The same explosion could be produced using only a third that much plutonium, but the only man who could figure out how to detonate the plutonium, von Neumann, was working with a different science than the disciples of Einstein who had built America’s bombs. He would require something only the Germans could produce.
In a deal that would convince the world that the allies had won a war, where they had achieved a draw at best, the Anglo-American empire’s consolation prize was brought over on U234 as part of an agreement that had been made with Martin Bormann, Hitler’s right hand man. Among the treasures on board U234 were the infrared fuses that were necessary to use the specially made explosive lenses designed by von Neumann to compress and detonate the plutonium core of the bomb later dropped on Nagasaki.
Along for the boat ride was Dr. Heinz Schlicke, perhaps the foremost expert alive in electromagnetic science. Schlicke had studied under Barkhausen in Germany. His dissertation was on the “Entrainment of Oscillators and Sub-Harmonics.”
He would instruct the bumbling Americans on how to use the infrared fuses and much much more after the war working under Operation Paperclip at the Office of Naval Research in Sands Point, Long Island. His work there consisted of what is now known as Stealth Technology. Considering “Bluebirds” and “Bluebooks” “Have Blue,” “Project Blue Beam” and now even a “Blue Planet Project;” it really should just be called Blue Technology…
Sands Point, one of the world’s wealthiest residential enclaves, is about an hour and half drive from Montauk. But it’s not even half that to the working class neighborhood of East Islip where Grumman and Fairchild, the military contractors who produced the “Have Blue” prototype of the Stealth planes, once shared a building. During the eighties, it was located right across Sunrise Highway from Heckscher State Park. The area around that building is where much of Nichols’ narrative really took place…
If the German scientists had a team captain, it was Manfred von Ardenne, a blueblood of the highest pedigree and intellect imaginable. He filed for his first patent in 1923 at the age of fifteen. It was for an electronic tube for applications in wireless telegraphy with three systems in a single tube. By 1928, von Ardenne, who was the real life Bruce Wayne, had financed and built his own subterranean lab beneath Berlin-Lichterfelde.
Von Ardenne’s Bat-cave came replete with a two million volt electrostatic generator and a cyclotron. At the time, there was only one other cyclotron throughout all of Europe, that of the Curies who were being financed by the entire universal church of Albert Einstein pseudoscience…
Von Ardenne’s lab, properly dubbed Forschungslaboratorium für Elektronenphysik, specialized in nuclear physics and high frequency technology.
It was the place to be for the most elite scientists of Germany and what was, before WWI, the Austro-Hungarian Empire. After National Socialism assumed power, it was a hangout for the highest echelon of the movement, men like Hitler, Bormann and the bagman for Germany’s incredible wealth by war’s end, Karl Ohnesorge. He was the President of the Central Office of the Reichspost, Germany’s central postal service.
Ohnesorge was perhaps Hitler’s oldest and closest confidante after Fritz Todt, the Minister of Armaments who controlled the Todt Organization, Germany’s National Construction Company. Todt died in a plane crash following an emergency private meeting with Hitler in the beginning of forty-two.
Ohnesorge was not only in control of mail distribution and National Socialism’s black budget, but slated to control future distribution of all television sets in the Third Reich. He had an abiding interest in propagating the party through wireless technology. After the war he was charged but the charges were suddenly dropped with no explanation ever given. Ohnesorge, the second most important man in Germany after Hitler, just disappeared, fading into the post war landscape like a ghost…
By the time the Germans hosted the 1936 Summer Olympics, von Ardenne had already invented television so the rest of Europe, still reeling from the Great Depression, could bear witness to Germany’s triumphant resurrection from its gutters under National Socialism. Von Ardenne is credited with inventing the Scanning Electron Microscope in 1937 and his work was pivotal in Ernst Ruska’s development of the Electron Microscope in the early thirties. Over his long and illustrious career he would hold about six hundred patents in electron microscopy, medical technology, nuclear technology, plasma physics, and radio and television technology.
After the war, von Ardenne would shun the West, going to the Soviet Union along with three hundred other German scientists, including 1925 Nobel Prize recipient and fellow blueblood Gustav Hertz, the nephew of Heinrich Hertz.
Agnesa Arsenjewa had gone to the Soviet Union immediately after her and Heil published. She would never return to the west, spending the rest of her life working in secret at the Leningrad Physico-Chemical Institute, where she had parted with Heil in 1935. He had accompanied her there, and they had worked together briefly until he went back to England, where he stayed until the war broke out, and when he reentered Germany through Switzerland.
In 1953, von Ardenne was awarded the Stalin Prize, first class, for contributions to the Soviets’ atomic bomb project, among other things… Later he would go to East Germany where he would live until 1997, basking in Russian gratitude and rubles for making them the other superpower.
The truth is, von Neumann was a fanatically committed National Socialist and had been for all his adult life. He was a Nazi. It was such an open secret that Stanley Kubrick, the CIA’s palace bard, poked fun at it in Dr. Strangelove. He had been educated and imported from Germany by the Rockefeller Foundation four years before the National socialists took power there.
The Rockefeller Foundation was joined like Siamese twins to I.G. Farben, Brown Brothers Harriman and all the rest of the parasites that latched on to Hitler as he ascended the throne of the German Empire — the same parasites that would force him to get rid of Gottfried Feder and much of National Socialism’s dream. Like von Ardenne had insured for himself by going to the Soviet Union, no one had any such leverage over von Neumann. He was a purist. Money meant nothing to him, except to have a big house to throw parties with his friends.
The same could probably be said about another Jewish “Nazi,” Dennis Gabor, who won the Nobel Prize in 1971 for inventing the mathematics that made the holograph possible. Just like von Neumann, Gabor was a Jew from an aristocratic Hungarian family. His cultural background, his field of expertise and even his lifelong interests indicate more than a passing acquaintance with von Neumann.
They indicate just the kind of top secret collaboration that the swarm of security people that hovered over everything von Neumann touched was there to cover up.
Gabor had a lifelong interest in self-replicating machines. His landmark 1959 lecture on “Electronic Inventions and their Impact on Civilisation” was the inspiration for the additional chapter in the 1961 edition of Norbert Wiener’s Cybernetics, now considered the Genesis of Transhumanism.
Wiener had already written the rest of the book and its accompanying cannon, The Human Use of Human Beings a decade earlier, right after von Neumann in forty-nine, using only a pencil and graph paper, designed a self-reproducing computer. Von Neumann’s rigorous mathematical analysis of the structure of self-replication anticipated with uncanny accuracy the structure of DNA, discovered a couple of years later…
In 1950, the Anglo-American empire would inaugurate the next quarter century of its extensive experimentation with gene-splicing bacteria on its own citizens, when the United States Navy covertly launched Operation Sea Spray off the coast of San Francisco.
Under cloak of National Security, the navy deliberately infected not only all of San Francisco but Albany, Berkeley, Daly City, Colma, Oakland, San Leandro, and Sausalito, some eight hundred thousand residents. Many of them were the most important people in the West’s burgeoning defense industry.
Each inhaled millions of the insidious endonuclease-producing bacteria that had been mutated through neutron radiation during the war by the fanatical Nazi genius Dr. Kurt Blome, who was by then working with the Anglo-American empire.
Farming the Herd
In his 1963 book Inventing the Future, Gabor listed the three major threats as he saw them to modern society: war, overpopulation and the Age of Leisure. It was from that book that futurists would coin the phrase “the best way to predict the future is to invent it.” In 1972, toward the end of his life, he published The Mature Society: a view of the future and joined the Club of Rome, supervising a working group studying energy sources and technical change.
Although in his seventies and spending most of his time in Rome, Gabor became a Staff Scientist at CBS Laboratories, in Stamford, Connecticut where, collaborating with his lifelong friend, CBS Labs’ president Dr. Peter C. Goldmark, they put to practical application the German electromagnetic science Karl Ohnesorge had intended to use to propagate National Socialism throughout all the occupied territories. It was in the seventies and television became the tool of choice to build the West’s ever expanding Zombie Empire…
Gabor was three years older than von Neumann and had fought valiantly on the side of the Austro-Hungarian Empire during WWI. After the war he had completed his studies at Charlottenburg Technical University in Berlin, now known as the Technical University of Berlin. He wrote his thesis in 1927 on the Recording of Transients in Electric Circuits with the Cathode Ray Oscillograph. He had been analyzing the properties of high voltage electric transmission lines, where he no doubt would have become intimately acquainted with the work of Schumann.
Gabor’s later work in Berlin with electron microscopes, Plasma lamps and TV tubes would have put him in von Ardenne’s Bat-cave prior to 1933 when he went to England. An at best duped and at worst lying through its teeth academia claims Gabor was “fleeing the Nazis.” Heil’s stay in England two years later until the outbreak of the war, following his invention of the velocity-modulated tube in thirty-five, cannot be as easily explained.
Heil was yet another blue-blooded Nordic. Like everything else that’s unexplainable in academia’s Nazi narrative, it’s ignored. Von Neumann would have scoffed at any such notion; in fact he delighted in torturing Einstein by blasting Prussian marching music on his gramophone when they had adjoining offices at Yale in the early thirties.
Relying heavily on the math of von Neumann and the great German mathematician David Hilbert, who was von Neumann’s teacher and the architect of Hilbert’s Space, Gabor began publishing papers on producing images from frequency signals as soon as the war ended. By 1951, he had set forth the math that would move Fourier analysis into Fourier windows and Wavelet transforms using Gabor atom’s and wavelets — a wave-like oscillation with an amplitude that begins at zero, increases, and then decreases back to zero. Wavelets replace the make-believe atoms of institutionalized academia with the very real science necessary to change the channel of reality in Stealth Technology.
There can be little doubt that Dr. Heinz Schlicke and the Office of Naval Research in Sands Point were working very closely with the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC). The AEC was being covertly run by von Neumann practically since its inception right after the war. In 1955, he became a commissioner and ran it openly until he died prematurely in fifty-seven. In July of forty-five the “captured” Dr. Schlicke would give a lecture to the Navy Department. He was accompanied by a mysterious Mr. Alvarez, who acted as his handler, screening the questions.
In previous declassified communications, Mr. Alvarez had been referred to as Commodore Alvarez. The rank of Commodore only exists in the Coast Guard. Military records indicate there was no such person serving in the armed forces at the time. The man could only have been a young Dr. Luis Alvarez, perhaps America’s most talented homegrown scientist at the time.
He was working feverishly on the problems presented by von Neumann’s implosion method of detonating plutonium. Dr. Alvarez would be credited with the last minute invention of the infrared fuses brought over by Dr. Schlicke and go on to a long and illustrious career as one of America’s most lauded scientists.
In 1968, the same year he was awarded the Nobel Prize, Alvarez led a team of fourteen multinational scientists to probe the middle pyramid in Giza using cosmic ray detection devices paid for by the AEC and developed by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. The AEC not only had the devices specially built, but financed most of the expedition. Only one of the scientists was an archeologist.
Alvarez always maintained he took over a million readings and found nothing; but in an interview with the London Times, Dr. Amr El Goneid of Ain Shams University let out that the pyramid was permeated with a mysterious energy that “defied all known laws of physics.”
Alvarez notable for his tampering with the Zapruder Film and his Meteor Killed the Dinosaurs Theory accused the Times of making the whole thing up…
It was only the AEC that had truly witnessed the hypogeum citadel Franz Xaver Dorsch had built for Hitler beneath Ohrdruf. Dorsch was Todt’s successor after Albert Speer proved unqualified for the job of building DUMB’s. Dorsch, just like Todt and Ohnesorge, had been a party member since the very beginning. In spite of his use of slave labor he would walk away clean when the war ended and found German construction giant Dorsch Gruppe.
In the aftermath of the war, the AEC had gone down and examined the subterranean city that was later turned into a metaphor in the Chronicles of Akakor.
After inspection, the AEC removed technical equipment that has remained undisclosed until this day and blew up the entrances, classifying all documents relating to the underground at Ohrdruf for a hundred years.
In the spring of forty-seven, the war department gave the AEC Camp Upton in Brookhaven Long Island, and it was there they would put to use what they learned in Germany. From Sands Point, the Brookhaven Lab is a forty-minute drive east on the Long Island Expressway. It’s centrally located, being about the same drive west on Sunrise Highway from Montauk Point.
1 – Peter Byrne (2010). The Many Worlds of Hugh Everett III: Multiple Universes, Mutual Assured Destruction, and the Meltdown of a Nuclear Family. Oxford University Press. p. 29.
2 – Deutsch, David. “The Beginning of infinity,” page 310.
3 – Ibid.
4 – “Karl Pribram ‘Holographic Brain’ New Dimensions 1:12:52.” Youtube. Insightfreeman, 5 Dec. 2012. Web. 15 Aug. 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awFleswtH2Y
Jack Heart, pen name for George Esposito, is known for his extensive research and writings that provide high-quality information and authentic alternatives to mainstream narratives on a wide variety of subjects. His life experiences make for a highly intriguing perspective.