Wednesday, July 27, 2011

National Security & Science: Operation Paperclip And "Die Glocke" 3c

The rockets, the scientists, is this all we got from the Germans after World War II?  Was there some technology we never received? Hans Kammler and Die Glocke, how are they connected?

In our last installment we asked whether what the Germans were really working besides the normally understood rockets such as the V2.
These weapons were called "wonder weapons" by Hitler and Goebbels, but there was another classification for a weapon that was only used for one weapon,  kriegsentscheidend or translated in English, "war decisive." Joseph Farrell states in his book titled, The SS Brotherhood of the Bell: Nasa's Nazis, JFK and Majic-12,
As for the term Kriegsentscheidend, Witkowski notes that this term was highly unusual. While the term “important for the war” (Kriegswichtig) was a technical term implying a lifting of administrative restrictions in order to procure necessary war material, the term “decisive for the war” (Kriegsentscheidend) occurs only in this document and only in connection with whatever research the A.E.G., Dr. Debus, and Mr. Crämer, were conducting. Witkowski notes that he “personally analyzed in depth cubic meters of German documentation referring to technology and never came across this term in a different context - as an official designation of any other research project or activity.”
Just what was Die Glocke (the Bell)?  Nick Cook in his book The Hunt for Zero Point: Inside the Classified World of Antigravity Technology explains,
The project had gone under two code names: "Laternentrager" and "Chronos" and always involved "Die Glocke" - the bell-shaped object that had glowed under the test.  The Bell itself was made out of hard, heavy metal and was filled with a mercury-like substance, violet in color. This metallic liquid was stored in a tall thin thermos flask a meter high encased in lead three centimeters thick.  The experiments always took place under thick ceramic cover and involved the rapid spinning of two cylinders in opposite directions.  The mercury-like substance was code-named "Xerum 525."  Other substances used included thorium and beryllium peroxides, code-named Leichtmetall.
Farrell thought the Bell technology had a special significance to special relativity:
...the Nazis had abandoned Special Relativity with its locally flat space.  Indeed, they were perhaps experimenting in a kind of "hyper-relativity" or a locally-engineered space-time curvature.  The significance of the code names, then points to a very radical and exotic physics...
Twinning Memorandum
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If the kind of technology that the supposed craft at Roswell had did not exist on the part of any earthly nation or technology then what is the meaning of a document that Nick Cook found and mentions in his book, The Hunt For Zero Point?  This document was written on September 23, 1947 and was not declassified until the late 1970s.  The memorandum states,
As requested by AC/AS-2 there is presented below this considered opinion of this Comman concerning the so-called "Flying Discs". This opinion is based on interrogation report data furnished by AC/AS-2 and preliminary studies by personnel of T-2 and Aircraft Laboratory, Engineer - personnel from the Air Institute of Technology, Intelligence T-2, Office, Chief of Engineering Division, and the Aircraft, Power Plant and Propeller Laboratories of Engineering Division T-3.  2.  It is the opinion that: a.  The phenomenon reported is something real and not visionsary or fictitious.  b. There are objects probably approximating the shape of the disc, of such appreciable size as to appear to be as large as man-made aircraft.

According to Farrell the German scientists who were working on Die Glocke were Herbert Jensen, Edward Tholen, Elizabeth Adler, Hermann Oberth, Walter Gerlach, Max Kramer and Kurt Debus.  Ferrell discusses the opinions of a Polish historian named Herbert Lipinski,
...a Polish historian, Herbert Lipinski, who had some access to the Farm Hall Transcripts in their pre-declassification form. From Limpinski’s descriptions of the transcripts, as compared to their “public consumption” declassified version, “something completely different followed” whenever Gerlach was present and the subject of conversation turned to physics. For “the topics of conversations were most often: ‘atomic nuclei’, ‘extraterrestrial space’, ‘magnetic fields’ and ‘the earth’s gravitation.”  Clearly, Gerlach and Company were involved in something more rarefied than mere atom bombs.
[Einsteins relativity work] is a magnificent mathematical garb which fascinates, dazzles and makes people blind to the underlying errors. The theory is like a beggar clothed in purple whom ignorant people take for a king... its exponents are brilliant men but they are metaphysicists rather than scientists.
Nikola Tesla
New York Times 1935
The general consensus on these Farm Hill recordings done immediately after the war (which have been recently declassified in their complete form in 1992 before the 2003 edition of the English publication of Igor Witkowski's The Truth About The Wunderwaffe) is that they do not reveal any information that would have lead the Allies to think that the Germans had produced an atomic weapon.  Lipinski's statement, to us, seems to vague and without documentation.  Even Farrell simply quotes him, without producing any of these quotes that Lipinski mentions.  We can find no mention of this historian on the internet.  We do not know if he published a book.  It would be interesting to see the declassified version.  It is possible, we suppose, that there is such a version, but it remains speculative, without further evidence.  Yet Farrell's comments on Bernstein's (New York Times science reporter who edited the book titled, Hitler’s Uranium Club: The Secret Recordings at Farm Hall) annotations on the released transcripts is compelling.  If Bernstein does not understand all the comments made, especially at critical spots, then he cannot be sure there is nothing hidden or even astounding in the comments.  Farrell explains,
To see what the"farce" being played out by the interred German scientists and the British government's declassification may be, one needs to examine a significant question that I only hinted at in various places in Reich of the Black Sun: What is this "photochemical process"?  A second reference to this mysterious unknown photochemical process occurs a little later in the Transcripts, during a brief but very suggestive interchange between Hartek and Wirtz:
Hartek: "They have managed it with mass spectrographs on a large scale of else they have been successful with a photochemical process."
Wirtz: Well I would say photochemistry or diffusion, ordinary diffusion.  They irradiate it with a particular wavelength." 
At this critical part of the conversation, Bernstein states that "it is not clear what this photochemical process is."  This clearly means that either Bernstein is not allowed to discuss this part of the conversation or, he simply does not understand it.  Interestingly enough, Farrell observes that the declassification of these transcripts happened after two events - after the reunification of Germany and the publication of the first cold fusion experiments by Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann.  What would cold fusion have to do with Die Glocke?  That is something that we will cover in our next installment in this series.

If you're not sure what Cold Fusion is, we include a video explaining it.  If you cannot see the embedded video, here is the link:

declassified CIA document citing a
newspaper interview
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via: greyfalcon
What is clearer to us are statements made by the distinguished Italian engineer Giuseppe Belluzo ( or was it a German engineer named Rudolph Schriever) who in an article in the March 30, 1950 Die Spiegel stated near Prague, in 1940s there had been a BMW factory working on aircraft known as "flying saucers."  He seems to have indicated that these crafts were not extraterrestrial in origin but German.  We are in the process of obtaining the 1950 article.  Another interview in a unknown paper by an unknown German engineer named Gerog Klein seems to confirm Belluzo's story.  Again, no details are provided.  This makes it very difficult to place much seriousness to these claims. There was a book published in 1958 by Rudolph Lusar titled, Die Deutschen Waffen Und Geheimwaffen Des Z. Weltkrieges Und Ihre Weiterentwicklung (English Google translation = German Waffen-secret weapons-development-World War II) is an interesting very difficult out-of-print book which has been critiqued here.  There are two good discussions of the entire NAZI Ufo stories here and here.

Recently, the History Chanel produced a program on the Bell project (Die Glocke).  we provide it here for your perusal.  If you cannot see the embedded video here is the link:

We will continue speaking about this device the Nazis were rumored to be working on and which was never admitted by the Allies.

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Cook, N. (2003). The Hunt for Zero Point: Inside the Classified World of Antigravity Technology (p. 320). Broadway.
Farrell, J. P. (2006). The SS Brotherhood of the Bell: The Nazis’ Incredible Secret Technology (p. 459). Adventures Unlimited Press.
Farrell, J. P. (2005). Reich Of The Black Sun: Nazi Secret Weapons & The Cold War Allied Legend (p. 352). Adventures Unlimited Pr.
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Walker, M. (1993). German National Socialism and the Quest for Nuclear Power, 1939-49 (p. 304). Cambridge University Press.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Who believes this?