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SS Brotherhood of the Bell: The Nazis' Incredible Secret Technology: The Nazi's Incredible Secret Technology

SS Brotherhood of the Bell: The Nazis' Incredible Secret Technology: The Nazi's Incredible Secret Technology [Kindle Edition]

Joseph P. Farrell
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In 1945, a mysterious Nazi secret weapons project code-named "The Bell" left its underground bunker in lower Silesia, along with all its project documentation, and a four-star SS general named Hans Kammler. Taken aboard a massive six engine Junkers 390 ultra-long range aircraft, "The Bell," Kammler, and all project records disappeared completely, along with the gigantic airecraft. It is thought to have flown to America or Argentina. As a prelude to this disappearing act, the SS murdered most of the scientists and technicians involved with the project, a secret weapon that according to one German Nobel prize-winning physicist, was given a classification of "decisive for the war," a security classification higher than any other secret weapons project in the Third Reich, including its atomic bomb. What was "The Bell"? What new physics might the Nazis have discovered with it? How far did the Nazis go after the war to protect the advanced energy technology that it represented? In The SS Brotherhood of The Bell, alternative science and history researcher Joseph P. Farrell reveals a range of exotic technologies the Nazis had researched, and challenges the conventional views of the end of World War Two, the Roswell incident, and the beginning of MAJIC-12, the government’s alleged secret team of UFO investigators.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3593 KB
  • Print Length: 459 pages
  • Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press (11 Sep 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004XJ4YHY
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful
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Having read Nick Cooks "Hunt for Zero Point" I was keen to find out more about the possibility that the Nazis had been developing technology that was way beyond anything that the allies had possessed in the latter stages of the war, and why the Americans had been so keen to get to the Sudetenland before the Soviets (and indeed why the Germans had been so keen to defend it). "The SS Brotherhood of the Bell" seem like the next logical step. The book does indeed raise some intriguing possibilities, but the more you go into it, the more you realise that there are holes in the research and claims that the author makes that you could fly a Ju390 through...

For example, the supposed Ohrdruf A-bomb test - the author claims that certain evidence points to the fact that the Nazis tested a small A-bomb near Ohrdruf in Thuringia, in late 1945. Now whilst conventional history shows that a) there was a slave labour camp at Ohrdruf, and b) the Nazis were pursuing nuclear technology at the time, centered on the Ohrdruf area, further research shows that no-one else makes these claims and no-one even offers a vague reference to it. Of course, the author would probably point out that this is due to the global conspiracy and the efforts of the "Nazi International" to cover it up - but then of course there could be a the much simpler explanation that it never took place at all.

Then there's the claims about the development of West German "scalar" weapons during the Cold War and that in the late 1980s, using this technology, the Germans caused several "significant" earthquakes within the rapidly disintegrating Soviet Union as a warning to the Soviet/Russian government not to interfere in the process of reunification.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Nazi anti-gravity technology? 10 July 2010
In this sequel to "Reich of the Black Sun", the author continues his research into the more exotic weapons the Nazis were working on. This book was due to further declassified wartime Nazi papers obtained later, and also based on superb research by a Polish military researcher published in English as "The Truth about the Wunderwaffe" although Farrell says his own interpretation is more radical and speculative.

Farrell was vague about the groundbreaking research part in his earlier book whereas here he presents evidence that, by the end of WWII, the Nazis had jumped from the scientific level of the 1940s to the 1960s: they had developed the transistor and the integrated circuit (pix are shown), the laser, fibre-optics, and even particle beams and particle accelerators.

Farrell also demonstrates that, by early 1945, the Nazis had a prototype supersonic plane and actually operated an innovative submarine that could travel underwater (not just submerge occasionally) and move twice as fast as the submarines then in use, that could attack while submerged, and was coated with radar absorbent material (submarines of that era had none of these capabilities).

It seems the Nazis were overcome only in the nick of time, especially given their atom bomb, not deployed only because they were waiting for the longer-range new planes to be built to carry such a heavy device. There are also strong indications that the Nazis were working on UFO-related technology. Their most secret project of all, the Bell, may well have been an SS anti-gravity aircraft project that was transferred elsewhere at the end of WWII.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A long slog, but worth it 22 Jun 2009
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Like a lot of the readers of this book (I imagine) I came to "The SS Brotherhood of the Bell" after reading Nick Cook's "Hunt for Zero Point", looking to discover more about this fascinating subject.

In a sense I was disappointed - it doesn't offer any genuine hard facts. On the Bell itself it's more of a scrap-book piecing together Cook's and Igor Witkowski's (author of "The Truth About the Wunderwaffe") earlier research, combined with some admittedly speculative ideas on the issue.

Also, it is cripplingly slow going for the first 120-or so pages, going into incredible detail about the lead-up the Bell, various theories (some of which are just openly ridiculous) and other lines of related research, many of which feel like dead ends.

However, it does suddenly justify itself after this stage, with some well-weighted insights into the Bell, and a heroically researched whos-who of personnel that evidence suggests may have been involved. It all builds up into a genuinely coherent document, pleasingly so. It definitely earns its place as a must-read on the Bell.

Will there ever be a definitive expose into this subject? I doubt it, but what is out there currently - including this book - offers a tantalising taste of what may well have been one of the weirdest episodes of human history.
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5.0 out of 5 stars very interesting book 17 Feb 2014
By william
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this is a very interesting book it would be interesting to know how much of it is true that is very interesting if you're interested in technology from the Second World War
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I am still not completely sure how I would assess the material presented in this book but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. It had all the elements of a good adventure story - Nazis, strange technologies, different perspectives on history etc. I treated it as a book to escape into and so was happy with it.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Total fantasy like other books on similar subjects
Rubbish. Total fantasy like other books on similar subjects. Is it a novel?
Published 9 days ago by Peter Shepherd
5.0 out of 5 stars outstanding
unbelievable what has remained hidden for so long and how easy it is to make the masses believe the lies from governments
Published 15 months ago by robert michael lowe
3.0 out of 5 stars Hilarious reading
I give this book 3 stars because of it's entertainment value.

It is a highly amusing presentation that obviously is not intended to be taken seriously! Read more
Published 15 months ago by Matthew
5.0 out of 5 stars A good read
Again the facts/fiction need to be looked at yes I think there is a lot of truth in the book, but there is also some not so pure/true staements, one has to take this book with a... Read more
Published 16 months ago by R.J.Collins
3.0 out of 5 stars The bell rings slightly off tune
I liked this but would have liked it to stay focused more on the possible physics of the bell and its implications rather than fragmenting into JFK assassination theory and a... Read more
Published 19 months ago by Music Box
1.0 out of 5 stars Not very-well written
This book is not very well written. Could have been done better. Was looking forward to reading this book, but was hard to read as it was badly put together. Read more
Published 21 months ago by kris
5.0 out of 5 stars The Crooked Cross Rides Again
Subtitled The Nazi's Incredible Secret Technology this book follows "Reich of the Black Sun" and expands upon Farrell's ideas regarding how the world has been controlled by a... Read more
Published on 20 Jun 2012 by William J. Fox
4.0 out of 5 stars Intriguing stuff
Intriguing stuff an quite well written. Amongst the better books I've read about 'the legend'
Published on 6 Jan 2009 by J. W. Treadaway
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