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The Philadelphia Experiment
Exploring The Reality Of Project Rainbow
The Philadelphia Experiment should need little introduction, having been
made into a motion picture and internet search engines pulling up hundreds
or even thousands of references to resources on the subject. Easily
relegated to the fabulous, perhaps because of some of the qualities of the
many "testimonies" appearing more recently (the infamous Al Bielek for
example, or... ), the text of the original book (Moore/Berlitz) remains
untarnished for being both inspiring and compelling.
The original testimonies of "Dr. Reinhart" and others in Berlitz's classic,
such as the relevance of the Zeeman effect or the solenoid chronograph, are
compelling for their concise and down-to-earth nature. (As far as the search
engines seem to be concerned, in spite of all the pages out there on the
internet related to the Philadelphia Experiment, I may well be the first
person to put the phrase, "solenoid chronograph", Reinhart's model for
illustrating some related physical principles, on the internet within their
reach. Maybe this is saying something...)
There's also something to be said for the original premise that they were
simply trying to degauss the ship- demagnetize it- so that magnetic mines
wouldn't be attracted to the iron in the steel (or simply generate radar
invisibility without physically configuring a ship to be lacking in right
angles). There may be a great deal about trying to generate intense
electromagnetic fields that may have counterproductively drawn mines like a
flame draws moths.
While the reality or factuality of the unpretentious details of the original
accounts rightly, as with any good enigma, cease to matter, in comparison
for the fuel for the imagination that the mystery provides, it remains
possible to remain within the framework of the original premise, and to spot
certain details that may render many parts of the story either factual and
genuine, or the work of what is more like extremely well educated
fabrication, something which closely approaches reality itself.
Historian Robert Charroux in "The Gods Unknown", pp. 24 has some interesting
comments about the Philadelphia Experiment and its credibility:
"That is the American version of the Philadelphia Experiment, and it must be
admitted that it was greeted with only very limited creedence, until a
Russian version turned up which showed that behind the Iron Curtain
considerable interest was being shown in it..."
By this time, the Russians may have been quite aware of the familiar pattern
of our false denials, which you will bear in mind, seem to take the form of
vainly seeking to "misinform" the Russians and others by way of misinforming
the American people in the process. Regrettably, this is something that also
illustrates that while the public has celebrated the end of the "Cold War",
the continuing denial, misinformation, and secrecy on the part of our
government and perhaps other governments seems to indicate different
sentiments. It is, after all, these measures which have largely consituted a
very substantial of the so-called "Cold War".
Thus we can continue to look upon this legendary story, as others will, and
do, as the cornerstone of what may resemble the fabulous travels of "Star
Trek", brought to life.
Sifting through some of the details, they also closely approach the higher
goals and truths of magick.
The original account, differing from the astonishing liberties taken by
Hollywood in twisting a story that is supposed to be true, contains no real
element of time travel. The presence of time reversal, on the other hand,
its proximity to mass displacement, and the possible resemblance of the
energetic input to energetic inputs used in verified, bona-fide time
reversal experiments not greatly after the date that the Philadelphia
Experiment is supposed to have occurred, is remarkable.
One feature present that speaks very loudly, although no one could be
further from emphasizing it, is the idea that the rate of reversing the
motions that measure time is not fixed to the degree that they are going
forward. It is a striking and impressive detail, approaching not only out
hopes in such matters, but reflected in both educated speculation and the
details of many time reversal occurrences recorded as happening in magick.
What we are talking about seems to confuse many people, and make it easy for
them to mistakenly take the movie plotline of time travel for the truth. We
are talking about something the difference between time reversal and time
travel, which is something like the popcorn on the floor of the movie
theater not jumping back up into your hand simply because the projectionist
ran the film backwards. Time-reversal itself is a terribly poor if
technically official term for something moving backwards in space, as
opposed to time.
While this is not a productive place for discourse about the differences and
similarities of science and magick (if there indeed is any productive place
at all for such a thing and indeed if there is truly any difference between
the two), it tends to promise to vindicate the magickian and the mythmaker,
adds a sense of reality to fabulous theories of ancient science, and more
importantly, puts the great task of space travel in a framework such that it
can be aided and expedited by the ideas of both science and magick.
The cloud of denial and secrecy may never depart from the statements from
military officials in these matters, so that we might be wasting time to
base our perceptions of the reality of the Philadelphia Experiment on such
factors, as much as we might to try to base them on the testimonies of those
who go out of their way to incorporate excessive amounts of varying elements
from popular esoteria (the notion that mankind could not have accomplished
this experiment without technological help from alien races is delightful,
but very likely patently untrue, but preys on an atmosphere of general
ignorance in science and the history of science, as well as a pessimistic
view of mans capabilities, and risks adding fuel to the misbegotten premise
that the supernatural efforts of bygone days were mere demented or misguided
madness, as opposed to rational and benevolent activities- a premise which
may in turn add fuel to the notion that the rights of modern witches and
pagans who emulate these rituals are of little consequence).
Still, we can measure the truth of this by pouring everything we could hope
to know into the leanest aspects of this story, and measure its relevance by
where optimistic imagination can guide us: Is there little difference
between the ship moving backwards at unbelievable speed and atoms of an
object or body which took perhaps tremendously long to fall into disrepair,
moving themselves backward- not in time, but in Space- and resuming their
original positions with astonishing speed an accuracy, and a large freedom
from dependence on continually applied exterior force?
Thus, one possible explanation for the Philadelphia Experiment may walk
astonishing close to the explanations for raising phantoms from the ashes-
Palingenics - that in certain magnetic field interactions, the Atomic Memory
of matter has been tapped.
Hence, we can also try to base the reality of the Philadelphia Experiment on
the recorded science of the time. Alas, while David Bohm may be notorious as
a proponent of the time-reversing "ink drop experiment", Alexander Pines,
Won-Kyo Rhim, John Waugh, Sven Hartmann, and last but not least, Irwin Hahn
have spent the last few decades being much better known as the fathers of
the insidious overkill of the million-dollar magnets used in magnetic
resonance imaging, and possibly in some quarters as grandfathers of the
microwave oven, than as the pioneers in time-reversal experiments that they
are, even though they did with energy what David Bohm's physical example
relies on unreliable mechanical force to accomplish.
It leaves us to yet stumble through awkward and preposterous questions.
Given the nature of these related applications of nuclear resonance, does it
mean that when microwave ovens freshen bread, it's an example of time
reversal, that it triggers atomic memory to make some restoration of a
previous physical state or condition of the object? It's not a question that
people ask a lot, but maybe for all we know, there's a sliver of proof of
Project Rainbow in your kitchen just waiting to turn the clock back a little
too far and make your your biscuits too soggy or your pizza palatable.
As soon as possible, a thorough bibliography of their relevant works will
replace the tentative list of works found on the Palingenics page of this
site. It will also be located on the "Astounding Information" page of this
Not that it gets any more believable for some people from here.
In the Richard Hoagland tradition of keeping an open mind about the amazing
patterns of artifacts throughout the solar system and amazingly, actually
learning a great deal from doing this, the earth's precession, which, when
factored into computer models of celestial alignments has allowed Graham
Hancock and Robert Bauval to assign dates to the sphinx and the pyramids
that actually make sense for once, within the context of the culture and
icons of the people who created them...
...May have as a primary purpose in pointing to this precession, and
emphasizing the macrocosm/microcosm of "as above, so below", only to
encourage us to look for the magic (the time reversal scientists have used
the word "magic" themselves in naming some of these phenomena) precession of
smaller bodies, namely atoms- the precession that is part of nuclear
magnetic resonance, and atomic memory.
The hyperdimensional physics to be encountered when pursuing these clues
from the Martian landscape also tends to sound a great deal like some of the
best shots at the Philadelphia Experiment, not to mention one of the
subjects of Charles Berlitz's other works, the Bermuda Triangle.
Hoagland's science may be the first to account for the physics of the
phemomena of the Bermuda Triangle as well. The developing system of
predicting planetary vorticular effects may yet prove to be the most
reputable if not the most serious attempt to date.
If we're not careful, we may not only find ourselves reaching the conclusion
that the purpose of the Face on Mars and its message is first and foremost
how to get to Mars in our lifetimes, but we may end up reaching that
conclusion as an eminently well thought-out conclusion supported by
countless scholarly scientific references.
Likewise, we can approach the problem and perhaps the original goals (teleportation
of the largest kind of vehicle might seem unlikely as opposed to
teleportation of smaller ones perhaps) from other angles, such that perhaps
in the course of attempting to make a craft invisible to light, they
inadvertently succeeded in making it transparent to other forces as well-
those which determine mass and rates of motion.
The actual place where the ship was during its return to a port of previous
call, perhaps during an episode of teleportation, is likewise striking and
important. It may have been in another dimension or alternate reality that
was not pre-existent, but fed or pumped by the energy of the experiment. Likewise, scientists may have inadvertently generated what "Star Trek" would
call a "warp bubble", a sphere which at least in this case, contains
imitations of a segment of the objects environment, a rather holographic
construct. Its nature and sphere may be the magnetic field of the ship. (Concepts
of "self-referencing holograms" can even enter the arena of ideas, in
considering how a holographic simulation of an environment might be created
without the object/reference beam technique that is familiar.)
After all, Rupert Sheldrake's Paralastor species wasps seem to be building
their nests over funnels of some type of energy field, and one that performs
according to holographic principles (I've added the illustration to the
Magickal Vortex Science page at this site). It may yet prove to be a
holographic projection of a gravitational object such as a black hole, but
it's clearly holographic, and there doesn't outwardly seem to be any process
of object and reference beam involved. There's simply a hole in the ground,
and there it is. Other examples could be close at hand, and Ion Dumitrescu's
photos of leaf phantoms may be some of the most striking examples of this
principle occurring in Kirlian photography. Again, there may be no
conventional components of holography, but NMR may prove to be a component.
It could be that within the principle of "self-referencing holograms", one
could be for example a two-dimensional observer within a two-dimensional
frame, and be unable to distinguish it from three dimensional reality. (For
many, the well-known illustrative might bring the contrived term "Flatland"
to mind here.)
Exactly what is happening may still require considerable thought- has the
ship also become intangible? Had the experiment inadvertently created "Star
Trek"'s fabulous "Phase-cloaking device"? The original reports are indeed
full of a number of "phasing effects"-intangibility, of things or people
passing through other things. We are even told that for the sailors who were
there, long after the fact that their intangibility kept recurring... as if
perhaps an expression of a wave with a tremendously long cycle.
Likewise, whether or not the phenomena of associative memory , also
demonstrated with phase-conjugate crystals, and so promising in explaining
and facilitating so many magickal feats, may have been part of or related to
atomic memory activity, as well as quantum effects. Had the ship returned in
several quantum jumps to the last two places its mass had been at rest, or
the last two places where degaussing had performed in port? Had the two
quantum jumps been some coordinate of quantum statistical numbers, such as
fermion spin values? There may also be some coordinate of quantum values
where the original accounts talk of weird physiological effects overcome by
two people making physical contact. Is this a direct analogue of spin
coupling effects? An analogue to a quantum statistical transmutation, or
particle pairings like Cooper pairs?
At any rate, whether or not these are the case, they merit true
consideration. They are not only our keys to the authenticity of the
original or any other accounts of the Philadelphia Experiment, they may be
important keys to understanding and mastery of these physical processes...
perhaps one reason for the prevailing cloud of denial even when the military
in fact seems to enjoy bragging about their stealth technology (something
that David Hatcher Childress' readers have doublessly noticed).
The apparatus may not be remote from the "fabled" "Warp Drive" being reality,
Even where the goal may not have been teleportation, the name "Project
Rainbow" may reflect awareness of such a possibility-- at a time when it was
rumoured that Adolf Hitler's scientists were gaining clues about possible
atomic weapons from India's ancient Vedic texts that were previously thought
to be mere fairy tales, you can imagine the sudden interest there must have
been in having another look at fairy tales to see what was overlooked; the
Norse Legends of crossing the Rainbow bridge, or the fact the Navaho have
long professed, by all appearances most sincerely and religiously, that long
ago their ancestors moved about magically from place to place with the power
of a rainbow, or even a Leprechaun whose pot of gold-- or displaced mass as
it may be-- were at the end of a rainbow, may have all been considered...
along with countless other ancient whispers... almost all of whom have
amazingly astute details woven into them.
While the use of the technique in question may have many drawbacks when it
comes to actual applied use in warfare, it certainly is likely- if
surprisingly- to have far fewer obstacles in the greatest acts of giving or
restoring life, and unquestionably, in allowing that life to find a
comfortable distribution throughout the heavens.
Thus, again, the very act, art and science of raising the departed seems to
have woven into it, as if by deliberateness or serendipity, or both, the
elements not only of allowing life in the greatest numbers, but in direct
contributions to solving the problems it could itself create.
Philadelphia Experiment Links:
The Philadelphia Experiment
The Philadelphia Experiment and Resonant Feild Transfer Principles
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