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  1. CindyT

    CindyT New Member

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    Cold war government experiments?

    Hi all,

    Just signed up to this forum and have become fascinated with the John Titor case. I was wondering... were ever any rumored government sponsored time-travel experiments during the cold war period. It seems that in the years after the alleged Roswell incident, there were alot of things going on in what we know as 'Area 51'. There are several stories written on this subject, including the on-line 'A Travel Through Time' (sort of tongue-and-cheek) and hard cover 'Time Stand Still'. Any thoughts?

    Regards,
    Cindy
     
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  3. CaryP

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    Welcome Cindy,

    There are newspaper articles in Pravda that detail the Soviet efforts and experiments with time travel. I don't have the links handy, but if I find them, I'll post them. There are also reports of a "swirling fog" at the south pole that American and Russian scientists have been experimenting with. Several balloons have been floated in this fog with an assortment of instruments, including a time recording device. If memory serves, every time the balloons were retrieved, the clock had recorded that it was back in the mid 1960's. Again, no immediate links on hand, but I'll post when I find them. So, if the newspaper accounts are to be believed, yes, at least the Soviets/Russians and the US have had some involvement with time travel experiments.

    Cary
     


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    Cary, How is it possible to manufacture a clock that moves forward normaly but then is susposed to record the backward progression of time? That has to be a serious amount of reverse second ticks to make it back to the 60's

    Are they sure that cloud wasn't let lose by Osley or Sandoz Industries and it's made of LysergicDiathylmide Acid and perhaps the folks there inhaled too much? :)

    The other story is that it is the opening to ET's largest base here on the Earth
     


  5. The Federation

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    Welcome Cindy!

    I have read of 3 possible government related time travel programs.

    The first is PROJECT RAINBOW a supposed government run time-travel program based off of alien technology received in a secret treaty (Project began 194?, id have to check).

    William Cooper who wrote in my opinion one of the best conspiracy books of all time (Behold a Pale Horse), covers this program briefly in his book. Incidentally enough, Mr. Cooper was shot to death in my home state by sheriffs shortly after making comments to the media regarding something else going on with 911.

    I could go on all day about this man and the wide range of things he came into contact with while in naval intelligence but I would just recommend to you that you buy the book-its worth it.

    The second was a supposed byproduct of the Philadelphia Experiment, plenty of books out on this.

    The third being the Montauk Experiment (also known as the Phoenix I II III Experiments), which utilized a special chair made from alien/human technology resulting in Astral Projection/Time Travel and according to writers alot more.

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    It seems that in the years after the alleged Roswell incident, there were a lot of things going on in what we know as 'Area 51.' There are several stories written on this subject, including the on-line 'A Travel Through Time' (sort of tongue-and-cheek) and hard cover 'Time Stand Still.' Any thoughts?

    Regards,
    Cindy
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    Mr. Cooper address's Area 51 in his book as well. He asserts that Area 51 is not normally used for UFO storage but more for storage and testing of human/alien hybrid aircraft. To my knowledge I know of no time-travel related events happening with Area 51.

    Federation
     
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    well we know north/south poles are magnetic and the philadelphia experiment had to do with magnetism , possible link?
     
  7. The Federation

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    Its possible, as Ive said the feeling I get from the books on the subject are that the time distortions experienced as a result of the invisibility goal were not intended.

    They (books on the subject) go into it further stating that they might have discovered an unknown relationship between gravity and magnetism which might have given them a basis for viable time-travel.

    If William Cooper was correct about PROJECT RAINBOW, im curious how much of the project was built on alien technology and how much was built on Jessup/Einstein/Tesla work.

    Thanks
    Federation
     
  8. CaryP

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    Cindy,

    Sorry to take so damned long to find this article. I found it on a site that I believe is run by one of the members here, Razimus. Old Raz and I haven't gotten off on a good foot, but the site has a lot of "stuff" about TT. Check it out.

    Cary

    Time Can be Turned Back

     
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    Wow! Interesting article Cary. Thanks for tracking it down and posting it for us.
     
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    I'm going to bring this topic back up. I also agree that William Cooper wrote a very good book. Really opened my eyes to a lot of things going on around me. However... Caveat: his whole chapter on the US Army being a Satanic cult is pretty assinine because it's all based on his experience with a select small group of individuals. So he basically profiled the entire Army on the fact that a small group were worshipping the devil. And for those of you that post in the conspiracy section of Paranormalis and have never read his book, I suggest that you stop whatever you are doing and read it. The next step after reading his book would be to read "The Stargate Conspiracy" by Lynn Picknett. This book picks apart certain conspiracy theories and justifies why they can be proven false.