Nick Cook on the Nazi Bell, Hans Kammler & Tic Tac UAP

November 18, 2020| Antigravity, Nazi Bell|3 Minutes|By AAG

Nick Cook is the former aviation editor of Jane’s Defence Weekly & author of the best-selling “The Hunt for Zero Point“. In this interview, he updates us on the Nazi Bell Project & SS General Hans Kammler, which he introduced in HZP, and also offers thoughts and commentary on the recently released “Tic Tac” Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP) encounter with the USS Nimitz & Theodore Roosevelt battle group back in 2004.

The latest speculation asserts that the most reasonable explanation for the Nazi Bell Project was as a type of centrifuge used in the Nazi nuclear program during WWII, not as a type of antigravity propulsion system. Nonetheless, this story of secret wartime research programs continues to captivate the imagination of audiences around the globe looking for answers.

One of those answers comes in the form of tracing Hans Kammler’s path after the end of WWII, which Nick Cook participated in with along with group of investigators, ultimately leading to the story told in “The Hidden Nazi: The Untold Story of America’s Deal with the Devil” by authors Dean Reuter, Colm Lowery, and Keith Chester.

Per Wikipedia, “In 2004, F/A-18 Super Hornet fighter pilots and sensor instrumentation associated with the USS Nimitz Carrier Strike Group reported instrument detection of unknown aerial objects… These detections, along with pilot observations, were later reported in the mainstream media.[5][6] Some of the involved pilots subsequently gave interviews about their experiences.

The resulting three videos, termed ‘GIMBAL.wmv,’ ‘GOFAST.wmv,’ and ‘FLIR.mp4,’ purporting to show encounters by jets from Nimitz and Theodore Roosevelt with unusually shaped, fast-moving aircraft, became subject to “fevered speculation by UFO investigators.

The videos, featuring cockpit display data and infrared imagery, were initially provided to the press by Luis Elizondo, a former employee of the Department of Defense working with To the Stars on UFO-related matters. The videos were later declassified and publicly released in 2020 by the Pentagon. A Pentagon spokeswoman confirmed that the released videos were made by naval aviators and that they are ‘part of a larger issue of an increased number of training range incursions by unidentified aerial phenomena in recent years.’

The US Navy confirmed that, in response to inquiries, congressional hearings presented by aviators and senior naval intelligence officials have been provided to members of Congress.”

Learn more about Nick Cook at his website or online at NCW Action Online.