Jan 8, 2009
One of the mystery’s of World War II is that of the Nazi Bell. Not only the Bell, but the man who was in charge of the project Hans Kammler both disappeared from the face of the earth at the end of the war. The Bell device consisted of two counter rotating cylindrical containers. The containers were positioned one above the other. They were filled with both cryogenically cooled and frozen Mercury metal. There was a frozen core of a metallic paste, which served as a high permeability material for an electromagnetic gravitational field also called vortex compression.
The Nazi’s were always interested in developing special weapons that they could use. The Bell was one of those projects. How important was the Bell project? It is said that Kammler had more than 60 scientists associated with the project executed to protect it’s secrecy.
In 1945 Kammler had the Bell removed from its hidden tunnel on the Polish-Chech border and he and the Bell disappeared to never be seen again. It is said the Kammler had the Bell loaded onto a cargo plane and flown out to either South America or Antarctica.
During the Nuremberg trials, Kammler was hardly ever mentioned or brought up. Yet, he was considered one of Nazi Germany’s vicious war criminals. Had Kammler made a deal with the United States? Some think he had made a deal just 6 days before the Russians over ran the secret tunnels that housed the Bell. Others believe that Kammler had the equipment and power to move anything quickly and secretly to wherever he wanted to go.
How could a man with such material just vanish? Why was he not sought after like Himmler or Eichmann?…