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Die Glocke, or The Nazi bell, was a supposed German experiment that some people believe to be either a weapon or a time travel device.

 

More information is here:

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Die_Glocke

 

Let's discuss it! Do you think it existed? What was its purpose?

 

There are many theories and photos online, so I won't post them all, but feel free to take a look in Google and let's hear some theories. :)

 

It seems that many believe it looks like this:

 

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Thank you posting that I like a new time travel conspiracy..... Never heard this one though, just spent an interesting half hour following the links and ended up randomly at the wikipedia link for Klaus Barbie (nothing to do with this just natural link progression - What a Bar-steward he was)

 

Some interesting facts/theories as you say though I won't list them here just let people take there own journey through the link... Its strange that this idea has materialised relatively recently (2000) and an event in the 60's 'can/has been made' to fit it.

 

Edit: my theory would be some form of cold fusion energy plant rather than a time machine..... but who knows what weird side effects could come from attempts at that......

 

 

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It obviously has started as a method of flying - a vertical take off machine, that the nazists hoped to help them win the Second World War. It seems, that it was producing very strong electromagnetic fields. Here is an explanation of what the nazists bell was:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcmBdgR5-kA

 

I don't know however what were the results.

 

 

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During investigations into local time slip cases I have come across clear evidence of a connection between such events and earth energy, i.e. the earth's natural torsion field. There is also evidence of time slips taking place at standing stones and henges, which makes the alleged time travel properties of the Bell sound very interesting: the Bell used or generated a torsion field, and scenes of the past were allegedly seen in a concrete henge structure above the mine. Witkowski is still convinced that the Bell was a field propulsion device, and I have to admit that the evidence for that is far stronger than the time machine theory -- nevertheless, I think it is worth considering.

 

 

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Yes, it's clear enough that they were designing discoid craft, and Witkowski says he recognises the Bell as a power source in some of these images (I don't speak German so can't identify the parts listed). Interestingly, he has found witness reports of barrell-shaped craft flying in the vicinity of some of the Bell test sites. It is, of course, possible that even if the aim of the project was field propulsion, they may have discovered that the Bell generated time distortions as a side effect.

 

 

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The problem with your math is you are saying Kim Kardashian is 91 years old. She wasn't born yet at the time the photo was taken. So the photo is photo-shopped.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kim_Kardashian

 

Lol @Einstein :)

 

They simply may look like each-other. There are so many cases of people looking remarkably similar to each - other. Both on photos, and in one and the same time.

 

 

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Lol @Einstein :)

 

They simply may look like each-other. There are so many cases of people looking remarkably similar to each - other. Both on photos, and in one and the same time.

 

Well I'm pretty sure that most men would love to be seen with Kim Kardashian. Of course you could claim she traveled back in time for the picture. I merely just mentioned the photo-shopped method because I've seen that picture before. And she wasn't in it.

 

 

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