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1) Trump the greatest actor of all time -- A hypothesis
139) Now, if we put our investigative hat on, we might realize that Tesla's technology must have gotten to the 3rd Reich must earlier that the mid-40's.

Maybe even DECADES earlier.

But how on earth did his important findings get out of his lab and into the hands of bad people.
140) Wait just a doggone minute here... Shall we take a closer look? a MUCH closer look?

Occam's Razor again...

It's called "Social engineering"

It was stolen from right under his nose...
141) Forensic hats on?

Who handled all of Tesla's business dealings, his books, his legal affairs? For decades?

Tesla's trusted account, George H. Scherff, Sr.
142) That name probably won't ring a bell for you... But Tesla trusted him.

Tesla didn't like his son, though... Always rustling through papers, and messing with Tesla's things.

Tesla called him "curious George."

He was referring to George H. Scherff, Jr--Not the father.
143) But what may be shocking to you is that you know of curious George by another name...

Would you like to know who?
144) George Herbert Walker Bush

Which means, George H. Scherff, Sr.--Tesla's trusted assistant--is none other than Prescott Bush. Image
145) This is Otto Skorzeny, Adolf Hitler's bodyguard, and a favorite... A guerrilla warfare specialist...

AKA "The most dangerous man in Europe..."

146) And there he is again... In 1938... But this time, Skorzeny (left) is standing with GWHB and Prescott Bush.

That's weird... Image
147) In training? Fo their future roles?

Gehlens boys...
148) General Reinhard Gehlen, Nazi spymaster, began negotiations with Allan Dulles and the American O.S.S. Through Nazi intelligence networks, Gehlen made peace with Dulles, resulting in the clean grafting of the Nazi spy apparatus to the American one.

149) Where have we heard that term before? Oh yeah!

150) If you want to digress... And maybe look into the origins of the book "Curious George," You'll find all kinds of conspiracy theories... Crazy ones, like... Curious George may well be GHWB...

I'm not going that far...

But the authors and Tesla were friends... Just sayin' Image
151) Back to something more concrete... For us to believe that GHWB father (Prescott) was secretly Nazi, George Scherff--Tesla's trusted accountant--then surely there must be evidence that the Bush was a Nazi sympathizer...

Yeah? I mean, we have to establish SOME connection...
152) Oh, I don't know...

153) As I was diving into the Howard Hughes connection—something of great interest to me—I think I stumbled on yet ANOTHER weird piece to this story.

I don't think Howard Hughes Died at 76 years-old, emaciated, 90 lbs., needles in his arms, and 14-inch fingernails. Image
154) Because if you believe his wife, Eva McLelland, he died in 2001. However, she knew him as Nik Nicely...

Douglas Wellman and Mark Musick even wrote a book about it.

155) Fascinating tale, indeed!

Why would Howard Hughes fake his own death in 1976—Still one of the world's richest men?

Was he truly the meme we've all come to know—an incapacitated, morphine-addicted, emaciated, and needle-ridden shell of a man?

Not a chance. Image
156) The real story is FAR more tantalizing.

He have been eccentric—quite possibly OCD—but in my estimation, that OCD is what made him the industrial genius that we "know" today.

But we only know part of the story.

Who was the REAL man? Image
157) If you want to know Howard Hughes, you must first know George Van Tassle.

George Van Tassle was Hughes' man and closest confidant.

Here is where things get weird. Van Tassle is also one of the FIRST UFO contactees—of the 3rd kind, mind you.

158) This is the point in which—and the conduit from which Howard Hughes covertly became involved in what we will call a "Secret Space Program."


I believe Van Tassle was telling the truth... for the most part.

This was in 1953 in the deserts of California...
@Jordan_Sather_ 159) But the beginning of this saga starts 100 years earlier...

When philosopher mechanics were flying in the hills of California—before the blood on the ground at the Alamo was dried.

A MAGICAL time... A forgotten time. When everything was possible.

@Jordan_Sather_ 160) Wait. What?

100 years earlier?

Nonsense you say!

Impossible you insist!

Let me tell you the most FANTASTIC story you've never heard.

Buckle up. Image
@Jordan_Sather_ 161) This sounds like a Hollywood movie script, but it's 100% true.

We would have never known about any of this if it wasn't for a chance happening in 1970, when some beautiful manuscripts were left on the curb for trash.

In those manuscripts lay the stuff of dreams. Image
@Jordan_Sather_ 162) In 1970, Pete Navarro, a Houston commercial artist and UFO researcher, purchased the collection for $1,500.

The information was priceless.

The author's name was Charles Dellschau, a Prussian immigrant & butcher, who immigrated in 1850, and received his citizenship in 1860. Image
@Jordan_Sather_ 163) Although this man did not start his collection until his later years, the subject of his work centers on the years between 1850-1860.

He lived and died in Houston. It took him 30 years to produce his masterpiece—nearly 3 times as long as the time he was in California.
@Jordan_Sather_ 164) Keep in mind, this was Dellshcau's diary!

This was NEVER meant for our eyes. These came from the attic of a family member.

But he produced no less than 13 books and hundreds of illustrations of...

The Sonora Aero Club

An ultra top-secret club of philosopher mechanics.

@Jordan_Sather_ 165) In his late 60's a tired, grouchy, bitter man—by all accounts—began to reflect on a time-gone-by.

These were not meant to be technical drawing, submitted to the patent office. They were meant only for himself, as if to have his final goodbye, and relive the magic of Sonora.
@Jordan_Sather_ 166) Dellschau's initial drawing's—at the turn of the century—were more technical in nature, and less illustrative.

Almost as if he took on his duty again, one last time, as for the Prussian Nationalist organization funding the operation.

He was happy again. He had purpose.

@Jordan_Sather_ 167) He was trying to EXPLAIN what he witnessed 50 years prior.

He was trying to explain how the mechanism worked.

After all, he was not a philosopher mechanic... He was an artist, assigned to document the experiment.

But he was Prussian. And he was very loyal.

@Jordan_Sather_ 168) What mechanism might you ask?


Zero electricity needed. Image
@Jordan_Sather_ 169) How? Gyroscope

Ancient Greek = The Looking Circle

Is a device used for measuring or maintaining orientation and angular velocity.

Johann Gottlieb Friedrich von Bohnenberger's wrote extensively about his "machine."

Bohnenberger was a German/Prussian from Swabia

@Jordan_Sather_ 170) We've all experienced the magic of the gyroscope...

@Jordan_Sather_ 171) What happens is you put another gyroscope on the opposite end of that pole?

Professor Eric Laithwaite—father of the mag-lev train—staked his very esteemed reputation on it as a potential for anti-gravity... In front of the entire Royal Society!

He was laughed off the stage

@Jordan_Sather_ 172) Who had the last laugh?

At least until they buried this project. However, it wasn't our esteemed professor that realized the dream.

It was a dirty-fingernail mechanic, chipping away at his invention—w/ intention—that cracked it.

See for yourself.

@Jordan_Sather_ 173) As it would seem by this simple mechanism, a strange phenomenon occurs, that ... well... as Sandy Kid said in the previous video, "It loses some its weight..."

All done with simple mechanical instruments, readily available in the early 1800's.

No electricity needed...

@Jordan_Sather_ 174) What IS needed, however, is speed... RPMs

Our German mechanics and their backers didn't have electric drills or electric motors to spin those flywheels.

If you want more lift, you either increase the mass of the flywheel or increase the RPM's.

More mass, or more RPMs
@Jordan_Sather_ 175) Ok...

Now that we just solved anti-gravity, let's move on.


In all seriousness.

The right mass... the right RPMs... The right angles on the gyroscopes jib arms, and you create lift.

Now, let's look at Dellschau's work again, and see if these drawings make more sense.

@Jordan_Sather_ 176) In fact, if you pay close enough attention, you'll see that EVERY design always had gyroscopes and flywheels—in all imaginable configurations.

Nearly all produced lift. But only a handful were "practical," according to Dellschau.

20-40 men—innovating at incredible speed.

@Jordan_Sather_ 177) Dozens and dozens designed and tested... Extremely well-funded with the best minds of Bavaria.

Americans were there as well, not just German.
@Jordan_Sather_ 178) They kept the ideas that worked, and dumped the ones that were impractical...

So many models...

like Soso, Axel, Aeronix, Goosey, Gander, etc.

Others were named after the inventor that brought the "breakthrough" to the design, as a kind of homage.
@Jordan_Sather_ 181) Too bad Dellschau was in his 80's when he drew the TRUMP model. You can his illustrations became more decorated and less technical.

I imagine his hand and memory were both shaky by this point.

Much more than fancy illustrations here folks...

We have a cipher—top/middle
@Jordan_Sather_ 182) Just who was Homer Trump?

And what is this mysterious cypher that we see on Dellschau's work?

We have a real life mystery on our hands, folks.

@Jordan_Sather_ 183) WHAT!!???

Curiouser and curiouser... This thread...

It turns out that our friend Homer "Simpson" solved the Higgs Boson formula 14 YEARS BEFORE CERN!

For reals...

There are no coincidences.

Daily Mail:
@Jordan_Sather_ 184) I went down the rabbit hole after this last post w/ regards to Homer Simpson. Lot's of predictions and other uncanny clues.

Before we get back to the Sonora Aero Club, let's recap...
@psr_j4 @VeritasVital @Jordan_Sather_ However, I do believe they used the "NB gas" for some balloon lift, and balance.
@Jordan_Sather_ 185) Timeline:

1817 - Bohnenberger experiments with gyros in Germany

1820-1850: (Speculative) period when the anti-gravity phenomenon was discovered—and improved (table top)

1850-1860: Well-funded German mechanics sent to far-away unpopulated to develop man-sized machines.
@Jordan_Sather_ 186) That's a pretty big assumption. I just speculated that anti-gravity (the lift aspect) is MUCH simpler than you might imagine.

Review the preview post (#172) to see it with your own eyes.

The WHEEL is the key.

If this hypothesis is correct, are there any historical clues?

@Jordan_Sather_ 187) Even if it was just art, it sure looks like there may be more to the Chariots of the Gods...

However, how can we account for those needed RPMs?

So how exactly do we spin a flywheel or gyro at incredible speeds if you don't have engines, magnets, or electric motors?

@Jordan_Sather_ 188) Remember the name for gyroscope stems from ancient Greek technology, and it means "Looking circle."

Well... Turns out that the same stuff we use today in our Nuclear plants to turn those TURBINES is nothing more than water.

Very, very hot water.

Steam, baby... Steam!
@Jordan_Sather_ 189) This is the ancient Greek Aeolipile.

Otherwise known as Hero's Engine.

"...As soon, however, as the water begins to boil, a violent wind issues forth."

—Vitruvius, 80 BCE

@Jordan_Sather_ 190) If you ask me if the ancients used steam? No idea. Highly doubtful. IF the ancients did learn of this phenomenon (flywheel), they did it—I assume by another mean (coming).

Nor do I think our German friends in 1850 used steam.

But I have to build the progression. Stay w/ me
@Jordan_Sather_ 191) There are 4 additional technologies to note.

All ancient.

1. Compressed air (pneumatics) — 230 BCE, Ctesibius
2. Waterwheel (turbine) — 2,200 BCE (many cultures)
3. Gears (mechanical advantage) — ?? BCE
4. Antikythera mechanism — 100 BCE

All of these will come into play.

@Jordan_Sather_ 192) If you're still with me, good... All of these technologies should be very familiar to you. They are, in fact, what our industrial revolution was built on.

And it was at it's peak in 1850!

Steam engines, pulleys, cables, gears, pumps, turbines galore!

A mechanics heaven.

@Jordan_Sather_ 193) Just one problem... If you look at Dellschau's work (and notes) weight, lift, power were all considerations.

Steam plants are excellent for massive factories or vessels... But a steam engine ON the Aero's was an impossibility.

Flexible hosing existed, but held no pressure.
@Jordan_Sather_ 194) Internal combustion engines of that time were just making their way into the patent offices of Europe and America.

But we have a problem. None of Dellschau's drawings or writings ever allude to this technology.

Gasification was available as well, but gasifiers are heavy.
195) This leaves us with only one option. Alchemy.

A magic potion that made miracles happen? Not so fast.

However, to Dellschau, and everyone else lucky enough to get the explanation, it certainly must have SEEMED like a magic potion.

Meet Peter Mennis—Hero of Sonora Aero Club
196) An unlikely hero, indeed.

Peter Mennis was the ONLY one who had the formula for the "Soup," or as Dellschau called it, "Suppa."

This was also referred to as the mysterious NB Gas, or "lifting gas."

He kept the formula a secret until his murder. Image
197) Now, this is where I hypothesize exactly WHAT NB gas really was. I've seen all kinds of explanations, and most wander off into the absurd.

Nobody, to my satisfaction has answered this question.

But I think I have the answer... Because I'm a nerd.

And I happen to own this. Image
198) Ah Ha!

I found it online... You can follow along if you like:

Pages 63-65archive.org/details/chemis…
199) Of particular attention to me was the amount of pressure produced...

This 3 times the pressure you would get with a modern bottle of compressed gas at 300lb.

There we have it... By mixing 2 solutions, a chemical reaction takes place producing heat, steam, and hydrogen.
200) Iron, water, ferrous chloride, and copper...

This would also explain the GREEN color as illustrated and described by Dellschau...

There's Homer Trump with the green stuff in his model 4500 series...
201) As with many other 2-part solutions—when mixed—an exothermic reaction takes place, transforming the aqueous solution into a gas.

How violent?

Enough gas pressure produced to make it the preferred way to inflate the massive weather balloons.

202) Ah Ha!! You say... These were balloons!

Nope... They weren't making hydrogen to fill balloons—at least not for lift.

They were making hydrogen because the expanding gas was so voluminous, so explosive, it was a light-weight replacement for steam.

They were making RPMs! Image
203) But again, only Peter Mennis had the formula, and that was done by design. In fact, each of the men in the Sonora Aero Club had a unique specialty.

It was the Manhattan Project of 1850. German nationalist scientists, philosophers, and mechanics.

It was a SCIF.

204) And with operations such as this, money changes hands. Funded by German bankers in Berlin and New York—The most powerful interests (and purse strings) of the day.

The most suspect of the "Money Men..."

Brown Brothers Harriman & Kuhn, Loeb & Co.

205) But here is the CATCH...

Most of the men at Sonora were philosophers... Alchemists... Altruists...

i.e. For the "Betterment of mankind."

American immigrants, yes, but loyal to the Prussian "Fatherland" ideal 1st.

That is... Until there was MUTINY.

Let me explain...
206) Despite many gaps in Dellschau's writings—some of which leaves only the imagination—one thing was clear.

None of the team liked interlopers... Even the sponsors.

This work was much bigger than politics & nations, and the men knew it.

They even SABOTAGED one of their own.
207) Dellschau hints that Jacob Mischer—the pilot who went down in flames in the Aero Gander—was sabotaged by other club members, who suspected him of using the aircraft to make money by hauling cargo for miners.

Another interloper broke his neck & died in the Aero Goeit.
208) These Germans were tough... And disciplined.

It appears that personal profit outside the group was punishable by death.

Even the women were tough... Like when they were robbed by miner bandits. Needless to say, the robbers didn't make out too well. Image
209) Despite this toughness, nothing quite kills a top secret project like when the "Key" man is killed—the one with the formula.

It's not clear who killed Peter Mennis, but it happened after a visit from "That Prussian Officer."

Dellschau drew the scene numerous times.


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