★Dr. Fred Bell’s ET Andromedan And Pleiadian Contacts Time – Red Ice – Interview
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Subject: ★Dr. Fred Bell’s ET Andromedan And Pleiadian Contacts Time – Red Ice – Interview Mon Sep 08, 2014 12:37 pm
These clips are a bit of history of Dr. Fred Bell and the state of the art inventions he worked on and created, there is so much to learn about him - this is a good start. He died a day after an interview he had with Jess Ventura druing the time of the tv shows Jesse was creating.
Pyradyne is Dr. Fred Bell's site, he was a former NASA rocket scientist, healer, inventor, musician, international renowned speaker, he was also a contactee.
Dr. Bell talks about a plethora of topics, ranging from the secret space program, weather and bio-warfare, NAZI UFOs, Travistock, FEMA camps with gas chambers, virus manufacturing, contacts with extraterrestrials he continual had over many years and his experience with Project Blue Beam, and viral cloning by both Russian and USA as - heartless/soul-less supersoldiers. If you listen to all these videos, you will learn so much.
Dr. Bell worked with the University of Michigan’s Cyclotron doing experimentation with the bombardment of nuclear particles and their collisions involving reverse time as observed in a Wilson Cloud Chamber. As a result of this, Dr. Bell built the World’s first time machine called the T-1 Time Travel Transposer that allows time travel into the future in increments of microseconds.
Dr. Bell wanted to share this interview so we could all learn some amazing facts. Dr. Fred Bell was an extraordinary man who can possibly add his name to the list of people who sacrificed their life to bring truth and freedom to others.
Fred mentions George Adamski as a contactee - George was a Polish-born American citizen who became widely known in ufology circles, and to some degree in popular culture, after he claimed to have photographed ships from other planets, met with friendly Nordic alien “Space Brothers”, and to have taken flights with them.
The first of the so-called contactees of the 1950s, he styled himself to be a “philosopher, teacher, student and saucer researcher.”