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Initial post: Dec 14, 2009 5:22:01 PM PST
kerrit says:
Can anyone recommend a few good videos to give as a gift? Thanks!!

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 7, 2010 7:10:12 PM PST
Did you find some videos?

Posted on Dec 10, 2010 2:25:41 PM PST
kerrit says:
Hi Darryl..I did get a couple to give as gifts. I would need to look up which ones. As I recall, they may not have been very good. I'll get back to you. P.S. if you have any recommendations, please let me know..thanks!!

Posted on Dec 17, 2010 6:18:29 AM PST
AverageJoe says:
Check out the films of Jose Escamilla. UFO: The Greatest Story Ever Denied is great. Luna and Moon Rising look interesting as well.

Posted on Dec 17, 2010 9:53:47 AM PST
Thanks AJ...

Also: The Phoenix Lights...We Are Not Alone Documentary, Lynne D. Kitei, M.D.

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 19, 2010 10:09:50 AM PST
kerrit says:
Darryl..Phoenix Lights gets my recommendation too!

Posted on Dec 19, 2010 2:24:16 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Dec 19, 2010 2:25:25 PM PST
Awesome..

I still say it should be called though, "The Phoenix 2-Mile Wide V-Shaped Craft Clearly Not of Earth Origin - Oh and a bunch of clearly unearthly and related but very cool lights too"

That would be more to the point :)

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 19, 2010 5:05:56 PM PST
kerrit says:
yeah that about sums it up. I got it for a friend (who actually slept through it!!), but I watched it. Still can't remember the other ones I bought.

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 7, 2011 10:40:38 AM PDT
Jeff Marzano says:
Here's a low budget DVD that is mainly an interview with Al Bielek, his brother Duncan Cameron, and Preston Nichols:

The Philadelphia Experiment: Invisibility Time Travel and Mind Control - The Shocking Truth

Notice that even though they are brothers their last names are different.

I wouldn't exactly call this DVD entertaining but for me it was very informative. I've been following along with Al Bielek and his lectures going back to the VHS tape days.

There's actually a regular movie called 'The Philadelphia Experiment' which has an interesting connection to Al Bielek and his strange journey:

The Philadelphia Experiment

Bielek was working as an engineer for some company in the 19980s and staying at a motel overnight. They had a VHS player so he rented this movie. Somehow the movie unblocked memories from his subconscious mind and he realized that the two guys being portrayed in the movie was himself and his brother Duncan. Then when Duncan watched the movie he freaked out and hid under a table.

Things only get stranger from there. A lot stranger. For one thing if Al Bielek was a young sailor in 1943 he would have been in his 60s at least during the 1980s but he wasn't. Duncan was even younger than Al during the 1980s. It comes out that Duncan had been reincarnated since that time and he was living a new life.

The Philadelphia Experiment was apparently forged in the crucible of World War II by the Navy when they were working with people like Telsa, Einstein, and Dr. John von Neumann to turn scientific theories into reality quickly. The experiment started out as an attempt to make battle ships invisible to radar.

But it became much more in secret due to von Neumann's efforts. I get the impression that even the people in the Navy may not have realized exactly what von Neumann was trying to do.

Al Bielek remembers that the ship was transported from 1943 to 1983 to the Montauk army base. There they were greeted by an elderly looking gentleman who introduced himself as Dr. John von Neumann. They didn't believe this since they had just left von Neumann and he was a much younger man. But the color TV, helicopters, etc., eventually convinced them.

von Neumann informed them that they were participating in a time travel experiment and they could be sent to any time period past of future.

The Philadelphia Experiment I believe eventually moved into the realm of the Satanic. Why that happened I don't know. But it became the Montauk Project which is where Preston Nichols comes into the picture. Things got even stranger then as it appears that this project took on a life of its own and moved into the private sector. Who or what type of people or sinister organizations might have been controlling a project like that I cannot even imagine.

The connection with those projects and so called alien beings is another weird aspect. The sailors on board the USS Eldridge reported seeing non human creatures during the time travel event. So that connection was there from the beginning.

Many people think Al Bielek is a crackpot. But if you watch that DVD and listen to his lectures he names real people and real places. I'm not sure what his motivation would have been to make up something like that. He is a real person with a real career, etc.. It would not be that easy to create such an elaborate story and provide all the supporting details and technical knowledge. Al says their father, and old Navy guy, got them involved with these weird activities during World War II.

I'm finding Joseph Farrell's books about alchemical science and the Philadelphia Experiment very interesting:

The Philosopher's Stone: Alchemy and the Secret Research for Exotic Matter

Secrets of the Unified Field: The Philadelphia Experiment, The Nazi Bell, and the Discarded Theory

That second book talks a lot about a mysterious character named Carlos Miquel Allende (a.k.a. Carl Allen). Allende had taken a copy of Morris Jessup's book 'The Case For The UFO' and wrote comments in the margins. He sent this 'annotated' version to someone in the Navy and the Navy guys told Jessup to come and see them. They had this annotated version of the book printed by a publisher but I guess it's hard to obtain a copy of it today. But Farrell was able to obtain it and he includes a lot of that information in his book.

Jessup was found near death in his car with a hose from the exhaust in the window. He died.

This is all part of the mysterious lore and history of flying saucers.

Jeff Marzano

UFOs and the National Security State: Chronology of a Coverup, 1941-1973

Posted on Feb 15, 2013 1:37:12 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Feb 15, 2013 1:38:15 PM PST
Showtime is a pretty good UFO DVD.

UFO: Showtime [HD DVD]

Posted on Feb 16, 2013 7:28:25 AM PST
Jeff Marzano says:
I see they've come out with a colorized version of this one:

Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (Color Special Edition)

I recall the pretty girl in: Strange Invaders

I found the following movie somewhat interesting but it was giving off an evil type of energy:

Xtro

Posted on Feb 16, 2013 8:54:01 AM PST
kerrit says:
Jeff- the"pretty girl" is Nancy Allen. She was married to Brian DePalma and was in three of his films: Carrie; Dressed to Kill; and Blow Out ( a kind of remake of the 1966 British film Blow Up). Back to the UFO films, have you seen National Geographic's " Chasing UFOs"? I see its available on Amazon.

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 16, 2013 10:09:55 AM PST
Last edited by the author on Feb 16, 2013 10:10:37 AM PST
Jeff Marzano says:
kerrit says:

[Back to the UFO films, have you seen National Geographic's " Chasing UFOs" ?]

I saw one episode. They created a fake alien in the window but they tried to make the viewer think it was real. They lost credibility for me when they did that.

I think there was some other weird things they did in that episode that didn't seem to be adding up for me.

Do you like that TV show ?

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 16, 2013 10:15:29 AM PST
Jeff Marzano says:
kerrit says:

[Jeff- the"pretty girl" is Nancy Allen.]

I noticed recently that she was also in the movie The Philadelphia Experiment.

I recall from the credits that John Carpenter had some involvement with this movie like he was the producer or something.

I just posted the following message into another forum where we were talking about the Nazi's secret sciences in case you're interested.

My dream would be to work with Al Bielek and company and create a new movie based on what really happened during this experiment.

Jeff Marzano says:

F. Gleaves says:

["The Philadelphia Experiment" made in 1984.]

Yes I've seen that one.

There's a strange legend associated with this movie. Al Bielek, an engineer at the time, claims he was in a hotel room one night watching HBO and this movie came on. As he watched the movie something happened within Al's mind and memories began escaping from his subconscious. Al began to realize that the people being portrayed in the movie are himself and his brother Duncan. They participated in the experiment as did their other brother Jimmy who did not survive.

Al says the first few minutes of the movie are historically accurate but after that it moves into the realm of science fiction as far as what really happened. This is however one of those cases where the truth is stranger than any fiction ever could be.

You may have begun to realize that if Al Bielek was in the Navy in 1943 he would have been at least 60 years old in 1984. But that was not the case. The reasons for this apparent age discrepancy are very strange indeed.

One of the key players in this experiment was Dr. John von Neumann, at least according to Al. John von Neumann is a real person who worked on top secret projects for the U.S. government during World War II and after.

Al says Nikola Tesla was also involved during the beginning stages of the project but Tesla resigned because he realized people were going to be injured during the experiment.

Einstein supposedly had a consulting role for the experiment. They were using Einstein's theories about the relationships between time and gravity.

Supposedly during World War II the Navy was using a very powerful and highly classified welding process to build their ships. They began to notice that when this welder was used physical objects would completely disappear. Their conclusion was the welder was producing some sort of black hole effect. The Philadelphia Experiment was an attempt to explore this phenomenon for possible military applications and one of the goals was optical and radar invisibility for Navy vessels. But apparently von Neumann also had other objectives.

I just noticed that Nancy Allen appears in another weird movie called Strange Invaders and she looked good in that movie

Strange Invaders (1983)
Paul Le Mat (Actor), Nancy Allen (Actor), Michael Laughlin (Director) |
Rated: PG | Format: DVD

Posted on Feb 16, 2013 11:11:47 AM PST
kerrit says:
Actually I've never seen it, I don't have cable :(

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 16, 2013 1:21:43 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Feb 16, 2013 1:22:23 PM PST
Jeff Marzano says:
kerrit says:

[Actually I've never seen it, I don't have cable :(]

OK I didn't want to hurt your feelings but that show is pure crap. Don't waste your money ordering the DVDs.

That's tough not having cable. There's a lot of good TV shows out there about things like flying saucers, ancient aliens, and the paranormal.

Just now I watched an episode of Ancient Aliens about the ancient engineers. They have the DVR boxes now where you can record things and watch them later.

I don't subscribe to all the movie channels like HBO and Show Time. Those are still separate subscriptions that add cost to the monthly bill.

Even so I get some movie channels as part of my current subscription in whatever packages I have like IFC, Sundance, and AMC.

The Philadelphia Experiment: Invisibility Time Travel and Mind Control - The Shocking Truth (2009)
Al Bielek (Actor), Preston Nichols (Actor), Not Provided (Director) |
Rated: NR | Format: DVD
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