Preston Nichols, was born in Long Island,
New York, in 1946. He received degrees in
Parapsychology, Psychology, and Electrical
After graduating, he went into
Defense Electronics and worked at Brookhaven and
AIL. In 1968, Preston's
involvement with Montauk began. He
became involved with the tail end of stealth
research at AIL. Preston was told
that stealth research started right after the
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Preston claims to have actually read the
final report of Project Rainbow -
which we know as the Philadelphia Experiment.
The report named the Cameron
brothers as being the Navy liaison in the
experiment. Next, he got pulled into the mind
sciences project at Montauk. They were
working on interfacing a person's mind to the
Preston worked with Al Bielek on
the psychic aspects of the Montauk Chair
and the Montauk Boys program. Preston
trained the Montauk Boys to be "PSI
Warriors". The Montauk Chair used
subtle quantum fields to read a person's
thoughts. A psychic would lay in the chair, go
into a trance, and a group of coils pick the
emanations. A bank of radio receivers designed
by Tesla would pick up and
digitize the thought. Turning thought into
computer code. The radar tower was used to turn
thought into reality.
This chair was used for many purposes. One was
to open up a vortex for time travel.
Another was to collect and amplify the energy of
fear generated from the Montauk Boys.
Many Montauk Boys were lost forever to
Preston still believes he is periodically
pulled into working with these secret programs.
The people who abduct him don't seem to care too
much that he is talking about his experience.
about Preston Nichols
Recorded interviews to
Working with Al Bielek at
Of all the stories portrayed here,
Stewart Swerdlow's is perhaps the most
bizarre and tragic.
born in Long Island New York in the late
1950's, and from an early age, remembers
encounters with Alien beings. In fact,
some were not even humanoid.
His birth was even more bizarre. The
doctors told his mother there was no
chance she would ever have children and
yet, Stewart was born. Even today, his
birth is a mystery. While in high
Stewart was picked up at night by,
what he initially thought, Extra
Terrestrials, and brought to
Montauk. Later on, he learned his
hijackers were military officials
working under the guise of E.T.'s.
Because of Stewart's "special"
characteristics, he became part of the
Montauk genetic experiment program. He
later learned that only 1% of the people
in that program ever survived. Stewart
became sort of an abnormality with
special skills. These skills were used
extensively as a programmer of the
Montauk boys. While at Montauk, Stewart
knew of Al Bielek. He confirms
that Al was the Psychic Program
Manager while he was there.
In 1983, when the Montauk Station
was destroyed (however later built),
Stewart went into a tailspin. He
believes the station had a lock on him
and in some sense controlled him. When
the lock was released, he lost his
Over the last 17 years, Stewart has
been working hard to successfully regain
his identity. He was put in Federal
Prisons to persuade him not to talk
about his past. What is unique to
Stewart is that he never lost his
memories of his experience at Montauk.
Presently, Stewart is teaching
others how to use the techniques used at
Montauk for positive purposes. He
teaches seminars on how to align and
enhance the mental capabilities of his
Recorded interview to
Stewart Swerdlow experiences at
Dr. James F. Corum
Dr. James F. Corum looks at the
Philadelphia experiment through the
critical eyes of a scientist.
late 1970's, he recruited a team of
scientists to, for fun, see if there was
any scientific basis for the description
of events that occurred during the
Philadelphia experiment as expressed in
the book, "The Philadelphia
Experiment", by Berlitz and Moore.
Much to everybody's astonishment, there
In 1994 at the Tesla Symposium
at Colorado Springs, he, along with his
brother K.L. Corum Ph.D. and
J.F.X Daum, PhD., presented their
findings in a paper titled "Tesla's
Egg of Columbus, Radar Stealth, The
Torsion Tensor, and the Philadelphia
Experiment". They were, in a
laboratory, able to replicate radar
invisibility with their "egg of
(See Acrobat Reader file
Their initial conclusion was as
"The analysis would appear to lend
credence to the hypothesis that
something more than mythology is
involved, and it renders plausible the
conclusion that sufficient motivation
exists to actually conduct a "Philadelphia
Experiment" to examine radar
stealth on ships with electric
drives. Independent of whether our
assumed values are practical or not, the
analysis, which uses no phenomenology
that wasn't known subsequent to 1938,
would probably have brought WWII Naval
investigators to the point of radar
In fact, it
would have been derelict behavior for
the Defense Science Research Board
not to have conducted such experiments
if it were aware of the Phenomenology
(as it must have been) in 1943. Such an
approach to stealth, however, is
impractical and certainly would be of
little interest, as such, to the
His paper is, as he says, to serve as a
"basis for discussion" for "critical,
not skeptical" scientific thinking
about the possibilities of scientific
explanation for the events surrounding
the Philadelphia Experiment. He
asks other scientists to review his
team's work and provide critical
Dr. Corum currently works at
ISR as the chief scientist
and provides technical guidance for the
younger scientists and researchers. As a
child growing up in a rural New England
farming community north of Boston, Dr.
Corum was fascinated by radio
waves and amateur radio.
He attended Lowell Technological
Institute in Massachusetts where he
received his bachelor's degree in
electrical engineering and then attended
Ohio State University, studying radio
astronomy, for his master's and PhD.
After college, Dr. Corum joined
the National Security Agency
in 1965, working on classified projects
as an electronic engineer, then took a
faculty position teaching electronics,
physics and mathematics at the Ohio
Institute of Technology in 1970.
Dr. Corum and his wife, Linda,
moved to Morgantown in 1974 and he has
considered it his "base of operations"
ever since. He was on the faculty of the
Electrical Engineering Department at
West Virginia University for 13
years. The academician was invited to
the Soviet Academy of Sciences to
Moscow to discuss his discoveries in
ball lightning. He has performed
satellite consulting around the world.
Traveling down the last strip of the
Orient Express he researched the life of
Nikola Tesla. He has
published over 100 papers, has several
foreign and domestic patents, and
After serving as chief
scientist for a Huntington Beach,
California firm, Dr. Corum
returned to work in West Virginia.
Larry James (not
his real name), claims to have been in charge of the
operations of the Time Control program at Montauk
from the early 1970's until 1985.
For the first time, Larry has
agreed to share his experience. However, he only agreed to do so if
we would not publicly identify him. He asked that no pictures be
taken of him and no reference to his real name be made. Larry leads
a normal life and wants to keep it that way. He isn't interested in
getting caught up in much of the hype that surrounds the Montauk
Project. We had no choice but to honor his request.
As you listen to the interviews with Larry, you'll pick up on the fact
that his voice sounds rather young. Larry wanted to get out of the
program in 1985. The way he got out was to transfer his "soul" into
another body. He did the procedure for several other people, why not
These interviews cover a wide range of topics. You'll hear both
Larry talk to Al about why his soul (then Ed Cameron)
was transferred to another body, different experiments that were
performed with our time travel technology, and how time travel is
accomplished. According to Larry, the Montauk time
travel equipment was generally operational in the early 1980's.
Their group performed several time travel experiments. Apparently,
they were able to alter the outcome of the American Civil war,
try out different scenarios with World War II, and go all the
way back to the Roman Empire to test different outcomes.
After they experimented with the past, they would evaluate if their
current state (1980's) was better or worse.
they let the revised scenario exist - if worse, they changed the
scenario back. While performing these experiments, they quickly
learned about the dangers associated with these experiments. If too
many trips to the past occurred causing too much change, that time
line had the potential to fracture and "blink" out of
existence. The gift of time travel can be equated to the gift of
Depending how it is used, great benefits can be
derived - or great destruction can occur. That's why the program
remains secret and will probably always remain secret.
Larry's information will certainly stretch the imagination. It will
cause one to question the very nature of our existence. Soul
transfer leads to, what Larry calls, a "Swiss Cheese"
memory. As with Al, certain information is remembered as if
it happened yesterday, and other information remains buried until
triggered by an event. So, keep an open yet discerning mind, and get
ready to change your paradigm.
Recorded interviews to
Larry James time travel overview
Larry James and Al Bielek