From: Andrew Johnson
Date: 2007-09-20 23:32:12
Please share by e-mail www.coasttocoastam.c… www.checktheevidence… Nazi Secret Weapons Project Investigator of alternative technologies Joseph P. Farrell joined guest host George Knapp (email) for a discussion on the Bell, a secret Third Reich weapons project that may have involved anti-gravity and manipulation of space-time. After the reunification of Germany, various documents became declassified and it was from these materials that Farrell pieced together the story, though key elements such as diagrams remain missing. According to the documents, the Bell was a 12-15 ft. tall object with two hollow drums. Into these drums an isotopic serum was poured, and the drums were spun at high speed. The Nazis were trying to create a space-time bubble around the device, which could have potential for propulsion systems and as a weapon, he said. If weaponized, it would “make the hydrogen bomb look like a kitchen match,” Farrell declared. Six scientists that came into proximity of the Bell during its testing died– it appeared to have the effect of decaying their cells, as though it was speeding up time, he detailed. Farrell suggested that in 1945, after the war, the project was secreted out of Germany and subsequent technology was developed from it, such as flying craft that have been called UFOs. For instance, the object seen in the 1965 Kecksburg sighting bears a number of similarities to descriptions of the Bell. Farrell also touched on the JFK assassination, linking it to a rogue network of Nazis. www.coasttocoastam.c… www.checktheevidence… UFOs and Remote ViewingOne of the most quoted authors in the field of Ufology, Silicon Valley entrepreneur Jacques F. Vallee discussed his work on UFO phenomena, as well as his interest in remote viewing and parapsychology. Remote viewer Paul H. Smith joined in during the conversation, noting that Vallee will be the keynote speaker at the upcoming Remote Viewing Conference in Las Vegas. Vallee, who distanced himself from ufology for a number of years, said the study of UFOs became less focused on science and more embroiled in a debate over belief systems. He spoke about first witnessing a saucer-shaped craft in 1955, and his years working with investigator J. Allen Hynek. Over time, Vallee began to doubt the extraterrestrial hypothesis for UFOs. He looked at unusual sightings dating back centuries, where such incidents were thought to be associated with ghosts, demons or supernatural forces. The phenomena is saying we don’t understand space-time, and that our universe is a subset of something else, he asserted. Vallee discussed his long-standing friendship with Ingo Swann (considered the father of remote viewing) and their participation at SRI at the very beginning of the RV program in 1971. Remote viewing’s funding by intelligence agencies such as the CIA has been both a blessing and a curse, said Vallee. Mission-oriented projects were pushed forward before the science was fine tuned, he explained. www.checktheevidence… www.coasttocoastam.c… Tapeworm Economy & Black BudgetsIan was joined by investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts for a discussion on various financial- and economy-related topics. Fitts spoke about black budgetsmoney used by the federal government which is not reported in their financial statementsand how they are used to fund (on a non-transparent basis) corporations performing secret military and intelligence functions. She said the people who control these ‘covert’ cash flows end up manipulating the ‘overt’ world. She described how money can be laundered through publicly traded companies, using the European Union’s lawsuit against RJR Nabisco as a case study. Fitts explained stock ‘pump and dump’ schemes, pointing out that not only can stocks be pumped up and dumped but so can real estate, countries (Iraq), and even the planet. Fitts noted problems with the central banking warfare model, which she said helped make America successful but is not sustainable and no longer works. She also explained what she calls the ‘tapeworm economy,’ in which a small group of insiders centralize political and economic power to make money in a way that actually destroys wealth. Fitts discussed the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), which she said is being run as a “criminal enterprise.” According to Fitts, HUD reported $17 billion missing in fiscal 1998 as well as $59 billion in undocumented adjustments the following year. The HUD inspector general refused to produce financial statements, she said, noting that it is illegal to spend money that has not been appropriated by Congress. Fitts also talked about the last housing bubble, the current crisis in the housing and mortgage markets and how it was engineered.