The Nazi Germans were working on a super secret project during WWII, which has been dubbed “Wunderwaffe”, or Wonder Weapon. It has other names; Nazi-Bell, The Bell, Die Glocke to name a few. This device or contraption the Nazi’s were building was supposedly testing anti-gravity theories.
Rumors of the Bell were that it was an aircraft, super secret, and would win the war. But it turns out, the Nazi Bell was not an aircraft, but maybe a time machine or worm hole generator.
It was said to be about 9-10 feet high, and 12 to 15 feet in diameter. It used some kind of electromagnetic propulsion. It had two counter rotating cylinders that were filled with Xerium 525, which would glow a violet color when activated. Xerium 525 is unknown, but maybe Red Mercury? The Bell also emitted high amounts of radiation when activated. Workers supposedly suffered severe vertigo, sleep problems, and even 5 died from the radiation(?). An above ground device was also used with the Bell, called the Flytrap or Henge, and in fact was hooked up to the Bell. Its purpose is still a puzzle.
Now according to some theories, if you use the right frequency and the right electromagnetic fields, you can generate some very strange phenomena! Things can appear and disappear and more.
Well, this sounds an awful lot like the ramblings of John Hutchinson, the self taught physicist, that reportedly discovered the “Hutchinson Effect”. Hutchinson is an idiot. Hutchinson has admitted to faking his videos. Really? Duh! It wouldn’t take a Transcendental Meditation expert to see that these videos are obviously fake, anyone can see that. You can watch them yourselves – on Google and You Tube. Make sure you watch the one with the little UFO dancing around, oh and watch the wire on the left making the little UFO move. It’s so obvious its funny.
But his ramblings about electromagnetic fields and frequencies sound like the same claims as the Nazi UFO conspiracies and the secret Bell project. I wonder if Hutchinson got his information from the Germans?
Anyway, enough about Hutchinson. It’s just the claims are so identical. Makes me go Hmmmmm.
The Nazi Bell first came to light from a book by Igor Witkowski. He wrote that he got his information from a Nazi SS Officer, Jakob Sporrenberg. And that he was shown classified transcripts in 1997. Then, one day, author Nick Cook finds a mysterious article on his desk from 1956 titled “The G-Engines are Coming”. The article describes airmen descending steps from a floating and wingless aircraft.
Anti-gravity breakthroughs were expected any day back then. (picture left (c) Vitaloverdose, source )
Then Cook investigated and researched the Wenceslas Mine in Poland, where the SS scientists experimented with the Bell and Flytrap. The mine runs several kilometers into the mountain, which makes it a very secure place. Secure from bombings, easy to assemble projects, and secret testing. You can still see remnants of the Flytrap today (see picture below) . When the Nazis fled in 1945, they sealed the tunnels, and today, the tunnels have been flooded. What, if anything did they leave behind? The Bell was also taken, but by whom and where to?
Nick Cook wrote a non-fiction book “The Hunt for Zero Point” which received more attention than Witkowski’s. The Nazi Bell is now a hit.
Also reported is that Hitler, who believed the Bell project was so important to win the war, actually killed over 60 of his own scientists that worked on the project. Man, I would hate to have him as a boss, wouldn’t you? He was a monster no doubt.
Author Jim Marrs, also wrote a book about the Nazi Bell and Flytrap, and believes that a worm hole may have been created. Well, I haven’t seen any evidence of a wormhole — have you? I want proof!
Sporrenberg was captured by allies, and during interrogation, revealed the secret experiments. Was this all in his mind? Did Sporrenberg make all this up? Any truth to the Bell and Anti-gravity or time machines?
Now I was watching a TV special about the Kecksburg UFO and new evidence and such. The Kecksburg UFO crashed in December 1965. That UFO was described as being a bell shaped craft, much like a German warhead tip or something similar. Some speculate that the Kecksburg UFO was actually the Nazi Bell! Could it actually be the Nazi Bell? Where has it been all these years? Could it be another Nazi Bell constructed by someone else?
Now follow along. During the TV show I was watching, they reported that during the Nazi evacuation, the Bell disappeared – they took it with them. Or did they?
There are several possibilities here, if we indeed suspect the Nazis succeeded with the Bell experiments. Maybe they took the Bell with them. Maybe they brought the Bell to the U.S. as part of Operation Paperclip. Or another idea. It is quite well known that many key members of the project disappeared, never to be seen again. Some were killed. Some escaped.
What if the Bell WAS a time machine, that worked. Maybe they escaped in time! Vanished! And then reappeared in 1965 as the Kecksburg UFO! And now the U.S. Government is holding them captive. Or they escaped through the time machine in 1945 and in a blink of an eye, appeared in 1965! That would be a stretch, I know. A real fantastic stretch. But, since we know nothing of time machines, anything could be possible, right? Something to think about anyway.
Now, in 2001, someone built a smaller replica of the Nazi Bell from sketches from the Nazis provided by Sporrenburg, who was in charge of the project at the mine during the war. And according to the people who built it, the thing ACTUALLY WORKED! Again, I want proof! Where’s the floating ships and cars? Where’s the wormhole? Is my cat still alive in 2020?
Now, another, larger version of the Bell has been built and is awaiting experimentation, but funding has slowed the process to a halt. It takes quite a bit of electricity to run.
Until more concrete experiments, other than Hutchinson’s dubious videos, come to light and validate the claims from Sporrenberg regarding the Nazi Bell and Flytrap, we will only have to ponder the “what ifs”.
For now, file this is the realm of the unsolved.