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The Lost History of the Philadelphia Experiment

 
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The Lost History of the Philadelphia Experiment


The Varo Edition of Jessup's classic "The Case for the UFO" contains highlighted text and annotations by Carlos Allende, the sailor responsible for as the originator of the Philadelphia Experiment story. Based on handwriting analysis, it is believed that at least most of the initial annotations were made by Allende as a code for passing along information, with further annotations ascribed to high-ranking Air Force officers...

Per Wikipedia: "In 1955, Morris K. Jessup, an amateur astronomer and former graduate-level researcher, published The Case for the UFO, a book about unidentified flying objects which contained some theorizing about the means of propulsion that flying-saucer-style UFOs might use.

In the spring of 1957, Jessup was contacted by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) in Washington, D.C. and asked to study the contents of a parcel that they had received. Upon arrival, a curious Jessup was astonished to find that a paperback copy of his UFO book had been mailed to ONR in a manila envelope marked 'Happy Easter'. Further, the book had been extensively annotated by hand in its margins, and an ONR officer asked Jessup if he had any idea as to who had done so.

The lengthy annotations were written in three different colors of ink, and appeared to detail a correspondence between three individuals, only one of which is given a name: 'Jemi'. The ONR labeled the other two 'Mr A' and 'Mr B'. The annotators refer to each other as 'Gypsies', and discuss two different types of 'people' living in outer space. Their text contained nonstandard use of capitalization and punctuation, and detailed a lengthy discussion of the merits of various suppositions that Jessup makes throughout his book, with oblique references to the Philadelphia Experiment, in a way that suggested prior or superior knowledge. (For example, 'Mr B' reassures his fellow annotators, who have highlighted a certain theory of Jessup's, 'HE HAS NO KNOWLEDGE, HE COULD NOT HAVE. ONLY GUESSING.' [sic])"
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