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eBook The Philadelphia Experiment Murder: Parallel Universes and the Physics of Insanity ePub

by Peter Moon,Alexandra Bruce

  • ISBN: 096318895X
  • Category: Writing Research and Publishing Guides
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Peter Moon,Alexandra Bruce
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sky Books; First Edition edition (January 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 244
  • ePub book: 1342 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1498 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 688

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I was hoping to get a book on the Philadelphia Experiment but this book did not touch on it too much and the . Her opinions are clearly kept separated from the facts. They are some sections that were written by Peter Moon that prove to be of interests as well.

I was hoping to get a book on the Philadelphia Experiment but this book did not touch on it too much and the theme of the murder and cover-up quickly went by the way side to aliens and the lost city of Atlantis's coveted alien techknowlogy. If interested in the Philadelphia Experiment, skip this book and try another. 24 people found this helpful. I also like they way he expressed the theories. I recommend this book for good reading.

This book, The Philadelphia Experiment Murder: Parallel Universes and .

This book, The Philadelphia Experiment Murder: Parallel Universes and the Physics of Insanity, which is based upon the murder of Phil Schneider, is an important piece of literature in this regard. I first met Alexandra many years ago at a lecture in Manhattan. The Philadelphia Experiment is her first book, and I think you will find it a very good one that not only maintains the intrigue of past books of mine but opens up new territory.

The Philadelphia Experiment Murder book. New evidence of a 'real' Philadelphia Experiment, parallel Montauks and quantum consciousness lead to an interrogation of the very activity of belief.

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el Universes and the Physics. The Philadelphia Experiment Murder: Parallel. Report "The Philadelphia Experiment Murder-". Please fill this form, we will try to respond as soon as possible. Cop. yrigh t 0 2001 by. Alexandra Bruce. First printing, January 2001. Typography by Creative Circle Inc. Published by: Sky Books Box 769. Westbury, New York 11590. Realities and the Physics of Insanity. 244 pages ISBN O-963 1889-5-X. 1. Time Travel 2. Mind Control 3. Parallel Universes. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 00-135081.

The Philadelphia Experiment Murder: Parallel Universes and the Physics of Insanity

The Philadelphia Experiment Murder: Parallel Universes and the Physics of Insanity. com/skybooks Printed and bound in the United States of America.

New evidence of a 'real Philadelphia Experiment, parallel Montauks an. .A look at the covered-up murder of a US Navy worker becomes a probe of reality, itself.

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A look at the covered-up murder of a US Navy worker becomes a probe of reality, itself.

A look at the covered-up murder of a US Navy worker becomes a probe of reality, itself. New evidence of a 'real' Philadelphia Experiment, parallel Montauks and quantum consciousness lead to an interrogation of the very activity of belief.

Comments

Qudanilyr Qudanilyr
This is a very interesting book about a difficult subject, which is mainly Phil Schneider's life and his assassination by the black military. The author uses her adept skills to make her review of the matter as useful as possible, given the potential for distortions in Phil's mind caused by MKULTRA mind control. It is very informative.
Andriodtargeted Andriodtargeted
Some good information on Phil Schneider and his father and an intriguing account from a Philidelphia Experiment-connected fellow regarding parallel universes. Other than some Schneider information, there's not a lot to hang your hat on. Also, not sure that Kennedy-connected and "major music conglomerates"-connected Alexandra "The Bruce" Bruce is a trustworthy researcher.
Thordira Thordira
Glad I bought it, glad I read it. Thought she did a pretty good job substantiating her case! Well worth the read! Thanks, Dave (in Colorado)
Thozius Thozius
Bruce discovers the real facts behind not only the legendary Philadelphia Experiment, but also one of the first murder mysteries in the field of UFO research and the suspicious events surrounding the death of a government contracted underground engineer who came forward to talk about the true, ominous nature of his secretive work. All of these tales are skillfully woven into the author's experiences investigating government-backed time travel experimentation said to once have taken place deep under the grounds of an airbase in Montauk, out on Long Island, New York.
INwhite INwhite
This book started off well enough with some serious questions about a suicide/murder under strange circumstances. Conspiracy theories about how the government is trying to silence those that know something about its time travel and mind control units. It drew me in with some interesting points that should be looked at.
Some possibly believable claims about underground maglev train lines and underground military bases bear some thought. Who knows what the government is doing with their black projects. Do we really have Navy ships that can teleport from one ocean to another?
But the book quickly fell into the hard to believe and stretch things way to far. Some of the more outlandish claims include the fact that Nazi's from parallel universes have set up secret bases under Antarctica and under the Tokyo Bay. The suggestion that the L.A. riots were created microwave mind control signals from satellites and manipulated our reality. The CIA was founded by and is still full of Nazi's. The Queen Mother is a shapeshifting reptilian alien that practices cannibalistic satanism (come on?!). A New Jersey commune in the Pine Barrens was stormed by Delta Trrops because they had invented a device for transdimensional travel. The US government signed a treaty with aliens, which we are now fighting underneath the city of Los Angeles, to exchange alien knowledge for human DNA. Aliens buzzed the White House in the 1950s but President Truman would not surrended the world.
For me this book lost credibility about 1/3 the way through and went WAY off the deep end. I continued to read it only to find out what would be said next to top the shapeshifting alien lizard that we all know as the Queen Mum. I like to consider myself open minded but this book presented ideas that to me belonged more in a comic book. I was hoping to get a book on the Philadelphia Experiment but this book did not touch on it too much and the theme of the murder and cover-up quickly went by the way side to aliens and the lost city of Atlantis's coveted alien techknowlogy.
If interested in the Philadelphia Experiment, skip this book and try another.
Cerana Cerana
Compelling...Ms. Bruce really has her ear to the ground.
GODMAX GODMAX
When I first picked this book up, I was under the impression that it would have a lot of the incredible claims that Peter Moon's Montauk series has. Instead, I found the book to be very well written and (surpisingly) researched. The book is not necessarily about the Philadelphia Experiment, but about a death attributed to a cover-up. Bruce writes well and manages to keep a story interesting. Her opinions are clearly kept separated from the facts. They are some sections that were written by Peter Moon that prove to be of interests as well. I also like they way he expressed the theories. I recommend this book for good reading.
It's been awhile since I have read this book. But it was interesting. Anyone interested in the Philadelphia Experiment would like it.