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YOU CAN ADD INVISIBILITY TO THE GROWING LIST OF TRANSHUMANIST ...

December 17, 2012 By Joseph P. Farrell

I have written in my books (chiefly Secrets of the Unified Field: The Philadelphia Experiment, the Nazi Bell, and the Discarded Theory, and The Giza Death Star Destroyed and The Cosmic War) and elsewhere on this website about the technologies emulating the god-like power to render things or people invisible. Indeed, ancient Mesopotamian texts state that the god Marduk was given a special "invisibility suit" to wage war on the evil goddess Tiamat. Well, many of you found this article and sent it to me, and I was so intrigued when I read it that I had to share it, for now it seems a company has truly created Marduk's invisibility suit:

Company says it has made an invisibility cloak

Now I can hear what some of you may already be thinking: "What if this whole story is just a (pardon the pun here) FABRICation to make people even more paraboid, that DARPA and the Heimatsicherheithauptamt [Department of Homeland Security] now have invisible spies in our workplaces and homes."

To such wishful thinking, a bit of historical context here (which is why I included the invisibility references in my books, and in particular, the book about the Philadelphia Experiment). As anyone knows who has investigated the alleged US Navy experiment with radar (and possibility optical) invisibility during World War Two knows, the US Navy officially denies to this day that such an experiment ever took place...

...which is, of course, total nonsense. If you believe the U.S. Navy was not interested in radar invisibility during the height of World War Two, then I have a cheap bridge in Brooklyn for sale, cheap. The USA, UK, and Germany were all mightily interested in radar stealth - a fancy way of saying radar invisibility - during World War Two, and as I have detailed in my books, the Nazis developed a variety of for-the-day exotic materials to shield their aircraft and submarines from radar detection. Northrup Grumman in just the last decade built a full-scale authentic mockup - right down to materials and paint - of the Horten brothers' flying wing to test it for its radar cross-section and stealth capabilities, and made the disconcerting discovery that the aircraft would have been very "stealthy" to the British and American radar of the period.

As I detailed in Secrets of the Unified Field, the basic theory behind the Philadelphia experiment seems to have been a series of reasons advanced by Einstein associate Dr Arnold Sommerfeld, who thought that invisibility could be achieved simply by tweaking the incidence of refraction... a principle that could in theory be extended to the optical spectrum. And if you have any other doubts about the whole idea of invisibility, there is an intriguing book by Dover Publications in its mathematics and physics catalog called Geometry and Light: The Science of Invisibility (ISBN 978-0-486-47693-3) by Ulf Leonhardt and Thomas Philbin, that lays it all out there(just be cautioned however! This is a highly mathematical book!)

The point I am driving at here is this: invisibility, once shrouded in mystery and speculation and black projects like the Philadelphia Experiment, decades ago, has now stepped into the light, as it were. Thus, what we may be witnessing is the culmination of black projects begun during World War Two. Or to put it differently so that even the most entrenched skeptic would get it: the science of invisibility, if  it was known to Arnold Sommerfeld (and anyone else with a scientific turn of mind back then), has not really changed. The principles are the same. And thus we may be looking at confirmation of an experiment done during the height of World War Two... upgraded with all the latest technological refits.

And if that's the case, if we're looking at a black project whose technology,  in the nearly seven decades since it was first rumored to have been achieved, has only now come to public light, then what may actually exist in the arsenal of capabilities in that black projects world we can only guess at. As for the article implying that DARPA is showing an interest in the technology... give me a break. The whole point of the invisibility quest is that it has been festering since World War Two... Invisibility.... coming to a laser-equipped drone near you...

See you on the flip side...