The Die Glocke UFO Conspiracy: What Inspired Nazis To Create The Bell-Shaped Anti Gravity Machine?

The Nazi Bell, or in German “the Die Glocke” was a purported top-secret Nazi scientific technological device, secret weapon, or ‘Wunderwaffe’ in Germany. Current day hindsight has lead many researchers to conclude that a space-going, UFO-like saucer craft could well have been developed by the Third Reich. Mounting evidence seems to confirm that Nazi-era Germans developed sophisticated technologies that in some arenas current society is only recently catching up to.

Die Glocke – The Bell Project

Polish writer Igor Witkowski first publicized the Bell project in his book The Truth about the Wunderwaffe,” where he claims to have discovered the existence of the Bell project after seeing transcripts of a KGB interrogation of SS general Jakob Sporrenberg. It goes without saying that Schutzstaffel (SS) was a major paramilitary organization under Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party in Nazi Germany, which conducted many secret experiments and projects during its time.

Sporrenberg is said to have given detailed information about a bell shaped device filled with a substance similar to mercury, which utilized huge amounts of electrical power. The Bell was said to be a hazardous anti-gravity experiment, which caused illness and death in research subjects as well as in researchers.

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Author: HP McLovincraft

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