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Publisher Description

The Montauk Project chronicles the most amazing and secretive research project in recorded history. Starting with the "Philadelphia Experiment" of 1943, invisibility experiments were conducted aboard the USS Eldridge that resulted in full scale teleportation of the ship and crew. Fourty years of massive research ensued, culminating in bizarre experiments at Montauk Point that actually tapped the powers of creation and manipulated time itself. The Montauk Project bridges the modalities of Science with the most esoteric techniques ever imagined and finally catapults us to the threshold of the stars. We all know something is out there, but we're not sure exactly what. This book, at long last begins to provide some solid clues.

GENRE
Health, Mind & Body
RELEASED
2011
October 12
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
160
Pages
PUBLISHER
Sky Books
SELLER
Creative Circle, Inc.
SIZE
5.6
MB

Customer Reviews

Carmen_SanDiego ,

Slightly disappointed

Although a great deal of information is released about secret government and private party experiments in mind control, the supernatural, and weather manipulation, the book isn't an easy read due to the extremely technical presentation of information. Although the writers do a great job of backing their claims by presenting the science behind them, only those with strong understandings of electromagnetic fields, waves, etc will be able to glean the full effect of the information the book puts forth. Perhaps there is not any other way of validating the conspiracies covered other than through the inclusion of scientific info on a level higher than that of the average reader, but I find that very unlikely. The author tries to present technical info in a way the general public can understand, but does not succeed. Many fascinating concepts and secret endeavors are discussed, but the average readers cannot enjoy a fluid "story" about those matters due to technical information being presented at too high of a level for laymen. The science is legitimate proof the author did, in fact, likely undergo the experiences he describes, but his feelings and opinions about those experiences are rarely present. The book left me longing to hear his account on a much more personal level. Unfortunately, if you want to find out about Montawk from someone who supports that the project truly occurred, this is the only choice, as no other books are available on it from that prospective other than through this author (to my knowledge).

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