… by Jack Heart & Orage
Jules Vernes inspired many a young boy to dream of star travel and powerful machines. What novelists imagined, scientists set out to bring into reality, often drawing from age-old texts and by observing nature. The turn of the century set in motion a rush for the last frontiers.
Ever wondered where the inventions that became the icons of The American Dream came from? The everyday appliances that we rely on, the conveniences of modern life and entertainment?
With all these gadgets that have dominated our modern lives the past 60 years, there are things that go far beyond.
What the Futurists had dreamed up came from a source that propagandists have been busy describing as ultimate evil ever since. — Orage
“We shall see them again at the epoch of the Revolution.” — Abbé Louis Constant (Éliphas Lévi)
I don’t remember exactly when I was formally introduced to him. I had seen him and Al Bielek in the clubs all the way back in ’89.
In their polyester ensembles complete with plaid high waters to show off their buster brown shoes they had stood out like “undercover” cops amongst the bikers, mobsters and freshly minted Wall Street slicksters that made up the usual crowd.
I was running security for a couple of strip clubs right across the street from Babylon Town Hall on Long Island.
Preston Nichols was a three hundred and fifty pound gelatinous blob, and Bielek looked like he was playing Stan Laurel in an old black and white movie. I was working the door that night and they both stopped right in front of me, something most people avoided when there wasn’t a cover charge.
They were having an animated conversation about music speaking with exaggerated self importance for what I took to be a couple of nerds on a whimsical midnight excursion to the wild side. For some reason it stuck in my mind. I remember Preston saying “well I really like U2,” like some important decision had just been reached.
In 1992, the very same strange man would come out with an even stranger book. The story woven by Preston Nichols “a former employee of Grumman” and resident of East Islip, along with his coauthor, Peter Moon, would assume cult status three books later.
They smoothly blend a powerful hallucinogenic out of the Brookhaven Lab, the aerospace industry, an old radar station at Montauk Point Long Island, and the invention of the vacuum and transistor tubes. Central to the narrative is the massive bombardment with oscillated microwaves of selected human beings in a specially built chair. The Montauk Chair enabled them to channel alternate realities. This was all based on the mathematics of John von Neumann.
There was Aleister Crowley, secret underground bases, Nazi occult science, Grays and time travel. Controlling this latter day Illuminatus Trilogy is a “sinister” cabal that is able to operate in alternate realities to manipulate this one.
According to Nichols, there is an underground complex in Montauk that is headquarters for a secret army of mind-controlled super soldiers. Trained by Nazi’s they are able to travel through time and space acting as trans-dimensional assassins and altering history anyway the cabal pleases.
Amongst Nichols’ circle of friends his story was taken so seriously that John Ford, the president of the Long Island U.F.O. Network, and three of his friends, were given lengthy prison sentences after being “entrapped” in a 1996 plot to poison then Suffolk County Republican Chairman John Powell, Suffolk Legislator Fred Towle and Brookhaven Conservative Party chief Anthony Gazzola, by exposing them to radium.
After Ford was arrested I would spend a terse couple of days with him in Long Island’s Riverhead Correctional Facility. I had known Preston Nichols for about four years by then.
Nichols’ and Moon’s narrative uses the Babylon working as the cabal’s raison d’être. Much of what goes on in Montauk revolves around achieving this magnum opus of all occult ceremonies. In their narrative, the Babylon working is designed to bring about the incarnation of the Moon Goddess.
It is the culmination of a mysterious and archaic rite that Aleister Crowley called the Amalantrah working. Crowley performed the Amalantrah working in the spring of 1918 on Esopus Island on the Hudson River in New York. He spent that summer on Long Island’s Montauk Point.
Crowley’s sexual partner or conduit, the Scarlet Woman as Crowley called her, was a woman named Roddie Minor. Crowley dubbed her the camel after the Qabalistic meaning of the third Hebrew letter, Gimel, which is the path to the crown of god in the Sepher Yetsirah.
Long afterwards, Crowley would make cryptic references to the city of the pyramids and an ethereal guide he had for the Amalantrah working whom he called Lam. The one picture Crowley drew of Lam would define the Grey for the next hundred years.
The ritual, or some part of it, was attempted again in 1946 by a few of Crowley’s more notable disciples; Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard and the flamboyant American rocket scientist Jack Parsons, the man Operation Paperclip’s poster-boy Wernher von Braun would call the real father of America’s space program. Parsons’ scarlet woman was actress Marjorie Cameron. They renamed their ritual the Babylon working.
In 1952, Parsons, who in letters addressed Crowley as “Most Beloved Father” and would recite Crowley’s Hymn to Pan before each test launch, is said to have perished in a lab explosion. His body was burned beyond recognition. A few hours later, Parsons’ beloved mother would commit suicide. They were both buried in closed coffins, fueling conspiratorial speculation that neither was dead.
Journalist Michael Hoffman II has said that Parsons was trying to conjure a homunculus when the lab explosion took place. A homunculus is an ethereal being that the master alchemist grows in a jar.
It knows many secrets of the universe, which it will impart to the alchemist who creates it. On the dark side of the moon, there is a crater named after Jack Parsons.
The cover of Nichols first book, The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time, features an artist’s rendition of a rearing stallion of ominous muscular proportions.
Nichols goes on in the book to say that man’s future can only be accessed so far, then the time traveler will always find himself in a barren and uninhabited landscape before a statue of a great rearing horse.
In 1993, New Mexican artist Luis Jimenez was commissioned to build a thirty-two foot high statue of a similar stallion rearing up in the middle of the then-unfinished Denver International Airport.
The airport would open in 1995, but the statue would not be completed until much later. Jimenez was killed in 2006, when a section of the unfinished horse fell from a hoist at his studio in Hondo, New Mexico. His sons would finally finish the horse in 2008.
Since then, about 28 million travelers per year are treated to the spectacle of the rearing horse. Its most notable feature is its ability to leave lasting impressions of fear and dread in small children. The statue is also known as the “Devil Horse” or “Satan’s Steed.”
Because of its strange architecture, decorum and history, Denver International Airport has been called a shrine to the New World Order by many legitimate researchers.
Some have even tried to make a case that it is the external face of vast underground construction in the service of a Luciferian elite who are the hidden overlords of the west. Only one thing is really certain.
The horse in the airport bears an uncanny resemblance to the horse on the cover of Preston’s Nichols first book. As Jim Morrison once said: “When all else fails / We can whip the horse’s eyes / And make them sleep.”
Even before General Patton and his Third Army had reached the Skoda Works in Pilsen, he had already discovered the existence of National Socialism’s subterranean industrial citadels in Ohrdruf. Colonel Robert S. Allen, who was Patton’s Intelligence officer, described a miniature Akakor. The central installation was between two and three stories in volume and built with massively reinforced concrete.
Twelve corridors extended from the center for several miles like the spokes of a wheel. The army signal corps estimated the cost of building just the telephone exchange that served the Ohrdruf installation, built in late 1944, at ten million dollars.
These construction projects required 257,000 cubic meters of steel-reinforced concrete, 213,000 cubic meters of tunnels [today about 97,000 cubic meters of tunnels are known, which means that if we assume the construction was close to completion, over a half of the underground galleries and chambers have yet to be discovered], 58 km of roads with six bridges, and 100 km of pipelines.
For the Riese project alone, more concrete was used than was earmarked in 1944 for the whole population for the construction of air-raid shelters… — Albert Speer, Memoirs
The underground installations had been built for the Germans by the Todt Organization, Germany’s equivalent to the Army Corps of Engineers. The organization had built the Autobahn, the Siegfried Line. And they would later build the Atlantic Wall, ostensibly under Albert Speer, when founder Fritz Todt, the Minister of Armaments and a member of the inner sanctum of the National Socialists, died in a plane crash after meeting with Hitler about the prosecution of the war in February of 1942.
A similar device to the one operating below Ohrdruf finds a place in declassified literature as follows: On December 6, 1944, the US Military Intelligence Service commenced Research Project 1217 “Investigation into German Possible Use of Rays to Neutralize Allied Aircraft Motors”.
This resulted from “recent interference phenomena occasionally experienced on operations over Germany in the Frankfurt/Main area.” It was usually described as “freakish interference to engines and electrical instruments” over the north bank of the Main River, about ten miles from Führer headquarters Adlerhorst.
In a top secret report entitled “Engine Interference Counter-Measures” addressed to the Director, Air Technical Service Command, Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, reference was made to OSS discussions about a German unit somewhere near Frankfurt am Main operating “…an influence interfering with conventional aircraft… however incredible it may appear to project from the ground to a height of 30,000 feet sufficient magnetic energy to interfere with the functioning of the ignition system of an airplane, it must be concluded that the enemy not only intends to interfere with our aircraft by some immaterial means, but has also succeeded in accomplishing this intention…”
— US Nat Archive NARA/US Strategic Air Forces in Europe – Air Intelligence Summaries, January 1945 et seq. 6 February 1945, Subject: Engine Interference Counter-measures. To: The Director, Air Technical Service Command, Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, Engineering Division. From: Taylor Drysdale, Director Technical Services, HQ European Theatre of Operations, PoW and X Detachment, Military Intelligence Service, US Army.
In spite of the Zionist fairytale narrative, Speer was never a member of National Socialism’s inner sanctum. As Todt’s successor as Minister of Armaments, he was in charge of the Todt organization only by title.
The operational chief was Franz Xaver Dorsch, a survivor of the original beer hall putsch and one of the founding members of the National Socialist Party.
Dorsch reported directly to Martin Bormann. In April of ’44, when Hitler decided to move German industry underground wholesale, he removed Speer and replaced him with Dorsch as head of the Todt Organization.
Dorsch walked, even though he was in charge of almost one million slave laborers. He would go on to live another forty years as a titan of the suddenly resurgent German industry. Dorsch Consult was founded in 1951. It became Dorsch Gruppe in 2006.
Dorsch Gruppe is currently Germany’s largest independent planning and consulting company. The Kommissars were not yet through raping the German woman when Dorsch was commissioned to write papers for the American military. One of which was published in 1947.
In his book Hidden in Plain Sight: Beyond the X-Files, Dr. Richard Sauder, who writes extensively on deep underground military bases, says “I have two declassified Project Paperclip memoranda in my files that specifically request four men with expertise in underground construction, one of whom is Xaver Dorsch.”
By the time Germany hosted the summer Olympics in Berlin in 1936 it was the jewel in crown of western civilization. National Socialism had brought it there from the dung heap of Europe within a few short years.
But the National Socialists had help. German technology was by some estimates a hundred years ahead of the rest of the world.
When the Germans wanted to show off, Baron Manfred von Ardenne had invented television so the Olympics could be broadcast live to Europe. As far as radio waves beamed into the expanses of the universe, Adolph Hitler has a 38-year head start on the Arecibo message.
Even before they reached the German border, the amazed Americans found audio tape when they “liberated” Luxemburg. The October issue of Harper in 1946 depicts an American intelligence operative pulling a miniature vacuum tube “half the size of a thumb” and a spool of tape from his desk draw. He quips breathlessly “That’s Magnetophone tape.”
Astounded by German magnetic science, he bubbles on about “its plastic, metallized on one side with iron oxide. In Germany, that supplanted phonograph recordings. A day’s Radio program can be magnetized on one reel. You can demagnetize it, wipe it off and put a new program on at any time. No needle; so absolutely no noise or record wear. An hour-long reel costs fifty cents.”
Amongst the booty brought back to America Harper mentions “a walnut-sized motor which spun a rotor at 10,000 rpm – so fast that originally it had destroyed all lubricants with the great amount of ozone it produced.” There were ultraviolet lights for sterilizing milk and infrared red lights for night vision optics.
There was a cold extrusion process that enabled a thousand percent increase in the production of small parts made from steel. Magnetic fields, aside from being used to record sound, were also being used to artificially produce Mica. A revolutionary German condenser, now called a capacitor, is described in Harpers as “magic, double-distilled.”
All the way back in 1934, German inventor Oskar Heil, expanding on the work of Dr. Heinrich Barkhausen, developed the velocity-modulated tube. Heil’s tube was able to beam electrons in bunches allowing for the generation of far higher frequencies than were possible with the vacuum tube.
The Heil tube was the first practical microwave generator. It predated by three years the klystron, a specialized vacuum tube used for the same purposes. Wikipedia coyly tells its readers velocity-modulated tubes are “very much” still in use today in microwave technology.
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.” The transistor tube would make its début for Christmas.
In 1956, John Bardeen, William Shockley and Walter Brattain, of Bell Labs would win the Nobel Prize for it. In 1962, Heil would found Heil Scientific Labs Inc. and live happily ever after working within the defense industry of the empire.
Harper credits the Germans with having “138 types of guided missiles in various stages of production or development” and “using every known kind of remote control and fuse: radio, radar, wire, continuous wave, acoustics, infra-red, light beams, and magnetic.” There were plans for a rocket-motored bomber which would be over New York City from Europe in forty minutes.
The V9 was a 29,000-pound rocket that could hit a target 3,000 miles away reaching 5,870 miles an hour upon delivery. Harper sites a senior American intelligence officer as saying the outcome of the war would have been doubtful had the invasion of Europe been delayed just six more months.
The Soviet foreign minister Vyacheslav Molotov would end up publicly accusing America and Britain of helping themselves, through plundered German patents and technology, to ten billion dollars in reparations. That’s 1940’s dollars. The Secretary’s Report from 1946 by the United States Department of Commerce documents the “Technical Industrial Intelligence Committee” sifting through some three and half billion papers from every facet of German industry.
Of those they committed three and a half million pages to microfilm. The Library of Congress Quarterly Journal of Current Acquisitions for August of 1946 estimated that between 1,000 and 1,500 tons of German air documents had been collected. They go on to say the final “screened library” now at Wright Field is estimated to be 220 tons.
America’s wanton rape of Germany’s private intellectual property not only violated the Hague Convention but every rule of common decency. Even the British were appalled and vowed publicly to respect Germany’s patents. America never did. She launched her golden age of technology with great fanfare, bringing Wernher von Braun over act as both master of ceremonies and court jester.
One of the largest hauls of classified information harvested by the Allies came from laboratories and plants of IG Farben, a syndicate with close American ties that held an almost complete monopoly on chemical production. Chemistry of course was the foundation for the creation of most synthetics.
The enormous IG Farben Building in Frankfurt, which housed records of estimable value, was ‘miraculously’ spared during World War II bombing orgy, proving that better bombing accuracy was possible if the Allies had wished it. The vaults of the Farben Building contained secret industrial information on, among others, liquid and solid fuels, metallurgy, synthetic rubber, textiles, chemicals, plastics, drugs and dyes.
Secret formulas were obtained for over 50,000 dyes. Several U.S. Army officers stationed in the Farben Building after the war commented that the value of the files and records confiscated would alone have been sufficient to finance the war. — Daniel W. Michaels
Stretching from Ohrdruf to beyond Germany’s eastern borders lay the hypogeum empire of the SS, presided over by the ruthless and efficient prince General Hans Kammler. The Książ Castle, on what is now Poland’s western border with the Czech Republic, is nestled in a foreboding grove of trees outside the ancient village of Fuerstenstein.
The “Nazi Bell” was located there before it was moved to Waldenburg, now called Walbrzych, 45 kilometers to the south. It would last be seen beneath the village of Ludwigsdorf (Ludwikowice) in the labyrinth of mining tunnels that run like veins through the northern flank of the Sudeten Mountains.
The Nazi Bell has become the 21st century’s answer to Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein. Like voguish Boris Karloff, some writers have made a cottage industry out of it.
But like Frankenstein always going back to Mary Shelly all the Nazi Bell stories go back to Igor Witkowski, a Polish writer who has done extensive historical work on WWII.
Witkowski claims to have been privy to court dispositions and transcripts taken by the NKVD during the interrogation of Jakob Sporrenberg the SS-Gruppenführer und Generalleutnant der Polizei for Poland and Belarus. The Polish courts would subsequently hang Sporrenberg at the end of 1952, after having found him guilty of war crimes in 1950.
According to Sporrenberg Die Glocke, as it was called in German, was a bell shaped casing made out of a hard and heavy metal. It was filled with a mercury-like substance code-named Xerum 525. The metallic liquid was violet-colored and had to be stored in three centimeter thick lead encased receptacles.
The experiments always took place under a ceramic cover and involved two cylinders rotating with great centrifugal force in opposite directions. During the experiments, which were about a minute in duration, the bell would glow pale blue in color.
The chamber the experiments took place in was deep underground and had a thirty square meter floor area. The whole chamber was encased in ceramic bricks overlaid with rubber mats. It was thoroughly flushed with a brine-like liquid after every experiment. The mats were replaced after every few experiments and after every ten the whole chamber was replaced with only the bell remaining.
During the testing personnel were kept 150 to 200 meters away. Electrical equipment within that circumference would invariably short circuit. The first experiments were performed in late 1944. During those tests animals and plants were placed within the bells sphere of influence. The test subjects all died.
A crystalline substance would form within the tissue and the body fluids gelled separating into fractions and killing the organism. The subjects all exhibited an accelerated rate of decomposition, but were absent of any odors of putrefaction. Within 8 to 14 hours after the experiment, the plants would have the consistency of axel grease.
Five of the original seven scientists working on the bell died. In the second experiments, in early 1945, the mortality rate was reduced to 10 to 15%. Humans would experience disturbances of sleep, unsteadiness on their feet and loss of memory. They were also plagued with a permanent metallic taste in their mouth.
If one follows the old railroad tracks out of Ludwigsdorf and up into the Sudeten’s foothills, they intersect the now abandoned Wenceslas Mine hidden in a valley. At the far end of the valley next to a now crumbling facility that was once capable of burning 1,000 tons of coal per day, a 30-meter wide concrete ring is suspended 10 meters high by 10 concrete pillars.
Heavy duty hooks are built into the tops of each of them and on the ground there is a junction for electric cables that were once powered by the coal burning facility. Inside of the ring the ground has been excavated to about a meter and lined with ceramic bricks.
During the war, the Wenceslas mines’ underground concrete bunkers had been carefully concealed beneath its buildings and freshly planted trees.
The concrete ring had been painted green to camouflage it from planes. No one even goes there anymore, even by foot.
The mine shaft itself has been flooded. Nick Cook in The Hunt For Zero Point claims, in the finest British tradition, that the SS shot all sixty-two scientists involved with the project.
Regardless, the Germans considered the bell to be Kriegsentscheidend, war decisive, and their highest security classification.
General Hans Kammler, who would have been the commanding officer overseeing the bell, had melted away right in the face of the soviet advance.
Kammler officially denied his Reichsführer Heinrich Himmler’s written request for a “truck,” an SS code word for a Junkers 390; a six-engine monster cargo plane capable of flying to NY and back.
Then Kammler had vanished into history along with the bell and one of Germany’s only two prototype 390s.
Some stories say he was shot dead in Czechoslovakia, others that he took the bell to Argentina, and still others the United States. No body, bell nor plane has ever been found.
Witkowski says Sporrenberg fingered Walter Gerlach as the scientist in charge of the bell experiments. Since the beginning of 1944, Gerlach had been the plenipotentiary for nuclear physics at the Reich Research Council.
After the war, he had been targeted by Alsos for interment and eavesdropping at Farm Hall. It could easily be deduced that the Nazi Bell was some kind of experimental particle accelerator being used for the enrichment of uranium.
But Walter Gerlach had written his doctorate while in the apprenticeship of Friedrich Paschen, acknowledged by his peers as the greatest experimental spectroscopist of his time.
Paschen is the discoverer of the Paschen Series, a series of hydrogen spectral lines in the infrared region that he first observed in 1908, the same year the 20-year old Gerlach began his doctoral studies under him.
During WWI, Gerlach had worked on wireless communication for the German army under the guidance of the brilliant Max Wien, who was written out of history by the Zionists for his blatant anti-Semitism, who but is the inventor of the Wien bridge-oscillator. Wien had collaborated with Paschen by correspondence as early as the summer of 1895.
In 1921, Gerlach was recruited by the German-Jewish scientist Otto Stern, who just like his mentor Albert Einstein, lacked even the most rudimentary skills in experimental physics. Gerlach would prove in the lab what Stern had suspected. Magnetic fields restrict the spatial orientation of atomic and subatomic particles.
“Their” discovery would be christened the Stern-Gerlach experiment and would open the doorway for German scientists, uninfected by the false science of Einstein, to harness the limitless energy of the ether.
Without Riemann geometry, there would have been no theory of relativity. A half century before Einstein stole his first patent, German mathematician Bernard Riemann had invented a non-Euclidian geometry that enabled the descriptions of higher dimensions, making possible the theory of relativity.
In 1932, Jon von Neumann would write the mathematical bible for quantum mechanics; Mathematische Grundlagen der Quantenmechanik. By then, von Neumann had long since dubbed the infinite universes that he and his colleagues were trying to describe as Hilbert’s Space, after his teacher at the University of Gottingen, David Hilbert.
The Germans took it for granted that Gravitational Waves existed, not only in this universe, but extended into the uncharted regions of the multiverse. They realized that to tap into them would be to tap into the primal force of the cosmos and appropriate for themselves the power of their enemy’s god.
Kraftstrahlkanone or a Strong Ray Canon from schematics reproduced by yet another Nazi secret weapon researcher; Henry Stevens, as it is shown in Joseph Farrell’s Reich of the Black Sun.
Farrell describes it as an “odd looking L-shaped weapon comprised some sort of crystal, then a series of hollow tubes, each focusing whatever beam was generated to a narrower and narrower point, until it emerged from a small hole, with allegedly deadly effectiveness, though limited range.”
The hollow tubes, from outside to inside, are in incrementally longer lengths indicating the focusing of some kind of longitudinal wave. The crystal could very well be a quartz crystal oscillator, designed by L. A. Meacham and introduced in 1938. It was an improvement on the Wien bridge-oscillator. In the 1940’s, it would have allowed for the state of the art precision adjustment of wave frequencies.
In 1997, Waldyr A Rodrigues Jr. and Jian-Yu Lu wrote a paper about what they called Undistorted Progressive Waves. These are families of waves traveling at arbitrary speeds which are distortion free and don’t spread out over a distance.
Even if interfered with they return to “their original form after a certain period of time.” The paper introduced experimental data showing how a “Superluminal (faster than the speed of light) Electromagnetic X-Wave” can be launched by forcing one of these waves through a tiny hole that they called a “Finite Aperture Approximation.”
They go on to make the mathematical argument that the theory of relativity has been compromised by the data resulting from their experiments.
By 1922, Gerlach had already proved the power of the atom could be harnessed through magnetism. He had worked on the cutting edge of infrared spectroscopy and wireless communication with the most brilliant men in that field. Because of insufficient data Gerlach’s own field of expertise can only be described generically as electromagnetism.
Regardless, by WWII he may very well have been the most important physicist alive. Hitler had thought so. As plenipotentiary of the Reich Research Council, Gerlach had the power to take any course of action he saw fit in Germany’s version of the Manhattan Project. In spite of that, in the tradition of Wolfgang Cordan, there is little available in Wikipedia on Walter Gerlach.
When he was returned to Germany in 1946, Gerlach would go on to a career as a distinguished professor and first president of the Fraunhofer Society. But he would never again practice experimental physics, at least openly.
The gods of war would have their days in the 1940s, and many hopes and dreams would be trampled under their chariots. Perhaps no part of the carnage told a sadder tale for the human race than the story of Viktor Schauberger. Schauberger was an Austrian forestry engineer, a man of prodigious genius, who dreamed only of building a better world for all mankind.
He was self taught in the likeness of von Ardenne and just like him, he did his talking in the lab and had little use for the pedantic sciences of the universities. His teacher was the babbling brooks and swirling rivers of the ancient Teutonic forests.
It was while observing a trout holding its position, without any swimming effort at all, against the rushing current of a stream that Schauberger decided the trout was utilizing something other than kinetic energy. Schauberger reasoned that the animal was extracting the energy from the molecules of its own body by “condensing” them with extreme temperature gradients.
He came to the conclusion that this condensing process took place in the motion of a vortex swirling into its own center. From his observations of naturally occurring tornados, whirlpools and the vortexes of galaxies Schauberger reasoned that this is how energy is released in nature.
If he could force matter into this spiraling motion, what he called implosion, by rapidly condensing and spinning it until the particles of the atoms became “unglued,” he could tap into the power of the stars without ever having to split an atom.
In Schauberger’s mind, industrialization with its dams and pollutants had interfered with the natural vortex patterns of water. These patterns are necessary for life to flourish. Water, once the life blood of the planet, had now become a pollutant sapping the planets vitality. With his writings Schauberger advocated the development of “bio-technical” machinery.
He soon came to the attention of Adolph Hitler. In 1934, Schauberger was summoned to a meeting with Hitler and Max Planck, the founding father of quantum physics. Schauberger warned Hitler that under the current conditions, his Thousand Year Reich would not last past ten. He proposed to them a brand new world with unlimited free energy based on a science in harmony with nature. Hitler as a mystic must have been enthralled with Schauberger’s ideas.
The meeting went long over the time that was allotted for it. After about two hours, Planck scoffed at him and told him nature and science have nothing to do with each other. A few years later nobody would be scoffing at Viktor Schauberger.
The idea of negating gravity with vortexes had been floating around Germany, at least since the 1920s. In 1933, Ott Christoph Hilgenberg wrote his best known book, The Expanding Earth (Vom wachsenden Erdball), proposing that continental drift was the results of the earth expanding in volume. But before that he had published The Solution to the Mystery of Gravitation (Das Rätsel Gravitation gelöst) in 1929, and On Gravitation, Vortices and Waves in Moving Bodies (Tromben und Wellen in bewegten Medien) in 1931.
Hilgenberg was one of the most influential of the German scientists, singlehandedly rescuing the Technical University of Berlin by recovering the university’s cutting-edge science library from the Soviet Union after the war.
In 1940, Schauberger applied for a patent on an energy generator that could be used for either aircraft or submarines. Schauberger described the device as a “multistage centrifuge with concentrically juxtaposed pressure chambers.”
The self-contained centrifugal system only relied on a small starter motor to bring its turbine up to around twenty thousand revolutions per minute, but once there, it supplied its own energy, and when hooked to a gear shaft could act as a generator.
Shortly after that, Schauberger would write to his cousin saying he had invented a new aircraft that didn’t make any noise. At the beginning of 1941, he was at his own expense still looking for a contractor to build a scale model prototype of what he called the “Repulsator.” He planned on using it to investigate “free energy production” and to prove his theory of “levitational flight.”
In the ensuing months, Schauberger would put away his wallet and the SS would give him carte blanche in the Third Reich, swearing him to work only for them in total secrecy and tipping him off that the industrial giant, Heinkel, had been stealing his patents.
Schauberger was uncharacteristically secretive about what he was doing for the SS for the next couple of years, but it is known that he was working around the Sudeten Mountains. During one experiment, the Repulsator had actually shot up with such force that it had smashed against the hanger ceiling, severely damaging itself.
In June of ’44, Schauberger was summoned to Breslau ostensibly to be drafted into the SS. But a month earlier he had been ordered to the Mauthausen Concentration Camp to select his own team of technicians from among the inmates to build as many as five different types of machines. It is stated in his archives that the SS wanted him to stop “tinkering around with prototypes and begin serious construction work.”
In his diaries Schauberger says the machines were a water purifier, an energy device capable of generating high voltage electricity, a machine for “biosynthesizing” hydrogen fuel from water and another that “naturally” produced intense heat or cold. The fifth was dubbed the Fliegende Scheibe, or flying saucer.
The Fliegende Scheibe was scheduled for its first flight on May 6th, 1945. Schauberger’s team stopped work on May 8th. The German armed forces officially stopped fighting that night. A few days later, Schauberger would be apprehended by American intelligence forces in Leonstein.
Almost simultaneously across the country in Vienna, the Russians would enter his apartment, confiscate whatever they could find, then blow the building up just in case they had missed anything. The Americans would intensively debrief Schauberger for the next nine months, releasing him in March of 1946 under the oath that he would never work on what he called “atomic” technology again.
By 1958, Schauberger was seventy-two years old and suffering from a bad heart and emphysema. Karl Gerchsheimer, a transplanted German acting as an agent for American financier Robert Donner, flew to his home in Austria and promised him glory and riches in the United States. Gerchsheimer had prior links to the intelligence community and the NASA, Donner was tied into America’s version of Frankenstein’s castle, the National Atomic Research Laboratories at the Brookhaven Lab on Long Island.
Schauberger still dreaming of giving the human race his free energy technology took the bait. Upon his arrival in America, he met with implosion experts from the Brookhaven Lab supposedly to assess the feasibility of his ideas.
After dickering with the dying man for months Donner finally got him to sign a document, that hadn’t been translated into German, turning over to the Donner-Gerchsheimer consortium everything Schauberger ever did with his implosion technology. They swore him to secrecy and put him on a plane back to Austria. Schauberger died five days after he got home.
In the 1990s, Russian scientist Eugene Podkletnov caused a furor amongst the aerospace industry and their academic drones when he announced that in gravity modification experiments he had been able achieve as much as a 5% reduction in a targeted objects weight. He was using rotating magnets to spin superconducting doughnut shaped discs, specially made for him by Toshiba, at speeds exceeding twenty thousand revolutions per minute.
Fully anticipating his hostile audience, Podkletnov tried to pad his industry, jeopardizing experimental results with an explanation for his research into this forbidden field. He told them a self-effacing story about how he had first noticed the torsion effects on gravity when a lab colleague’s pipe smoke was funneled in a column over an unrelated experiment he was doing.
In an interview over ten years ago with Nick Cook, he admitted that, at speeds of between 25,000 and 50,000 revolutions per minute, he had achieved full levitational effect. At the time of the interview, Podkletnov was being financed by Toshiba.
He also admitted to Cook that he comes from a long line of prominent Russian scientists. His father, who was a respected scientist, had been a recipient of what the Red Army had found when they searched Viktor Schauberger’s Vienna apartment in the aftermath of WWII. Podkletnov had been studying his father’s Schauberger papers all his life. They were the foundation of his work.
“Observe and Copy Nature” — Viktor Schauberger
President Truman’s Executive Order 9604:
It is the policy of this Government, subject to the requirements of national military security, that there shall be prompt, public, free and general dissemination of enemy scientific and industrial information. The expression “enemy scientific and industrial information,” as used herein, is defined to comprise all information concerning scientific, industrial and technological processes, inventions, methods, devices, improvements and advances heretofore or hereafter obtained by any department or agency of this Government in enemy countries regardless of its origin, or in liberated areas, if such information is of enemy origin or has been acquired or appropriated by the enemy.
Art. 53. An army of occupation can only take possession of cash, funds, and realizable securities which are strictly the property of the State, depots of arms, means of transport, stores and supplies, and, generally, all movable property belonging to the State which may be used for military operations.
All appliances, whether on land, at sea, or in the air, adapted for the transmission of news, or for the transport of persons or things, exclusive of cases governed by naval law, depots of arms, and, generally, all kinds of munitions of war, may be seized, even if they belong to private individuals, but must be restored and compensation fixed when peace is made.
Art. 56. The property of municipalities, that of institutions dedicated to religion, charity and education, the arts and sciences, even when State property, shall be treated as private property. All seizure of, destruction or willful damage done to institutions of this character, historic monuments, works of art and science, is forbidden, and should be made the subject of legal proceedings.
Convention (IV) respecting the Laws and Customs of War on Land and its annex: Regulations concerning the Laws and Customs of War on Land. The Hague, 18 October 1907.
“Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster… for when you gaze long into the abyss. The abyss gazes also into you.”―Friedrich Nietzsche
“All of us knew very well that if the girls were German they could be raped and then shot. This was almost a combat distinction.” — Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Gulag Archipelago.
Harper’s Magazine Oct, 1946, “Secrets by the Thousands,” by C. Lester Walker, http://greyfalcon.us/restored/October1.htm – Copies of this rare edition now sell for 17.42 US: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/HARPERS-October-1946-JOHN-D-WEAVER-HOMER-CROY-JOHN-FISCHER-KERMIT-ROOSEVELT-/310542192568?pt=Magazines&hash=item484dc1cfb8&_uhb=1
The Hunt for Zero Point, Nick Cook, http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/archivos_pdf/hunt_zeropoint.pdf
Space Quantization in a Magnetic Field, http://www.applet-magic.com/sterngerlach.htm
Walter Gerlach Matter, Electricity, Energy: The Principles of Modern Atomistic and Experimental Results of Atomic Investigations, (D. Van Nostrand, 1928)
Walther Gerlach: Die experimentellen Grundlagen der Quantentheorie, Vieweg, Braunschweig 1921. (Digitalis)
Interview with Dr. Walther Gerlach, by Thomas S. Kuhn at Gerlach’s home, Munich, West Germany February 23, 1963, http://www.aip.org/history/ohilist/4624_2.html
Reich of the Black Sun, by Joseph Farrell, http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/reichblacksun/chapter13.htm
Undistorted Progressive Waves, http://arxiv.org/pdf/hep-th/9606171v4.pdf
The Truth About The Wunderwaffe, by Igor Witkowski, 346 pages RVP Press, 2013 ISBN-13: 978-1618613387
Interview with Dr. Eugene Podkletnov http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgyAFElQZcU
Authentic information about Viktor Schauberger directly from primary sources. http://www.pks.or.at/menu_en.html
Ott Christoph Hilgenberg in twentieth-century geophysics, G. Scalera, Braun http://hdl.handle.net/2122/2015
Giles MacDonogh, 656 pages, Basic Books; 2009, ISBN-13: 978-0465003389
Samarangana Sutradhara, https://web.archive.org/web/20140404114341/