“Unveiled: Recently Discovered Files Indicate the Authenticity of the ‘Philadelphia Experiment’”

Legend has it that the military was testing an electromagnetic field generator with which they were trying to find practical applications for the unified field theory proposed by Albert Einstein.

At the Institute for Higher Education in Princeton (where he settled in 1933), the brilliant physicist Albert Einstein conducted numerous studies on the possibility of time travel. By studying the manifestation of the four forces of the Universe (gravitational force, electromagnetic force, strong nuclear force, and weak nuclear force), Einstein deduced that something is missing. If he studied the manifestation of the real world only from the point of view of these forces, the universe would become static, devoid of life, and “unforeseen,” something like an exact determinable mechanism. Thus, he felt that the “fifth force” was missing, which should unite them all.

In one sentence: they wanted to achieve invisibility.

Private technicians who didn’t know what they were installing were equipping two powerful generators, dozens of yards of electrical cables around the hull and other complex electronic devices to the USS Elridge, a 93-foot-long battleship.

On July 22, 1943, the first supposed experiment would take place.

“The generators activated an electromagnetic field that caused the battleship to disappear from view for a few minutes surrounded by a greenish haze.”

“Some sailors complained of severe nausea caused by the test.”

“The equipment was readjusted and the second test took place on October 28. This time, the entire ship disappeared completely and washed up at the navy base in Norfolk, 600 kilometers away and 15 minutes ago. “

“He was sighted there during that time. After that, he disappeared again in the midst of a blue lightning bolt to return to Philadelphia.”

Official statements from the Navy

As they say, the consequences of this second experiment were so devastating for the crew that the Navy decided to cancel the project.

“Most of the sailors developed schizophrenia and some lost their minds completely.”

“Many were badly injured when they materialized and others less fortunate merged horribly with the hull of the ship.”

“Some days disappeared after the experiment and never reappeared.”

This is broadly the macabre story perpetuated by theorists, ufologists, and some science fiction movies. The Navy has always denied the existence of the Philadelphia experiment.

In a statement released in November 2000, the Navy’s Office of Naval Research (ONR) totally denied the existence of any invisibility or teleportation programs, as well as Einstein’s involvement.

But between 1943 and 1944, Einstein worked as a part-time consultant to the navy on theoretical research on explosives and detonations.

Of course, there is no evidence that Einstein ever worked on anything related to invisibility or teleportation.

How did the Philadelphia Experiment come to light then?

The answer is through a series of letters sent by Carl Meredith Allen under the pseudonym Carlos Miguel Allende.

Allegedly, Allen was a merchant seaman who saw the USS Elridge disappear from his own ship, the SS Andrew Furuseth.

Allen described the alleged teleportation experiment in a correspondence with writer and ufologist Morris Jessup.

In 1955, UFO expert Morris Jessup received two letters from Carlos Allende.

Allende claimed to have seen a military experiment in which a destroyer ship was teleported to another dimension and encountered aliens. This alleged incident became known as the Philadelphia Experiment.

Allende claimed that Albert Einstein’s research was used to teleport the military destroyer. He believed that Einstein was working on a starship propulsion system already being used by extraterrestrials.

Dozens of books have been written about Allende and his cryptic letters and notes about aliens.

Carlos Allende’s papers include his writings and letters and are available at the UW’s American Heritage Center.

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Jessup, fascinated by the story, included it in the book called

The Case For The UFO”

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