Die Glocke, the extraterrestrial bell. Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.

Die Glocke, (translated into English as “the Bell”) is the name given to a series of alleged secret scientific experiments carried out by the Nazi Germany authorities during the Second World War for the development of an advanced technology weapon for the time linked to antigravity or nuclear energy.

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The only source on this weapon is a book published by Polish journalist and military historian Igor Witkowski. The history of the Glocke would be placed, in the case of established existence, in the catalog of advanced weapons of all those advanced weapons known as Wunderwaffen and passed to the news as “secret weapons”. After several workers and animals at the weapon firing site died at the weapon test experiments, it was hypothesized that there might be red mercury among the material used. According to the American author Joseph P. Farrell, 60 workers died in the construction of the weapon, and the trial against Jakob Sporrenberg, accused of killing his own compatriots in Poland, would be related to the facts of the weapon. It is one of the greatest mysteries of the Second World War and neither History Channel, with its famous series “Ancient Aliens” 

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has managed to dispel any doubt about it: among the secret weapons that Adolf Hitler did develop, there was also a vehicle that could he have represented a prototype of an atomic-powered spaceship that in the following years, recovered and used for military experiments, would have been seen by several witnesses contributing to spread the UFO psychosis?

Die Glocke “(the bell) would have been developed in great secrecy (for some fans of ufology based on alien technology) using as base the underground complex of” Projekt Riese “(giant project), formed by six underground structures located in Lower Silesia ( at the time part of Germany, now of Poland), near the border with the Czech Republic. In these galleries, however, it would have been time to develop and test “Die Glocke”, at least according to what the Polish journalist Igor Witkowski told us, who always claimed that “Die Glocke” was a super secret project coordinated by the general of the SS and war criminal Hans Kammler, a scientific technician already involved in the development of the accursed crematoria of Auschwitz-Birkenau, V-2 and other Hitler’s secret weapons. Witkowski quotes some passages from a secret document of the interrogation of Jakob Sporrenberg, head of the SS in Minsk and Lublin, sentenced to death for war crimes and hanged in Warsaw in 1952, in which “Die Glocke” is described as a prototype made by hand with heavy metal plates, about 2.7 meters wide, between 3.7 and 4.6 meters tall, of the shape of a bell. Inside, the engine was made up of two counter-rotating cylinders filled with a substance called Xerum 525, similar to mercury but of purple color. During the experiments, other substances such as Thorium and Beryllium would also be used, all highly radioactive that would kill most of the scientists and technicians involved in the experiments. Sporrenberg hanged for decades and it has never been possible to question Hans Kammler, who would have committed suicide with cyanide in May 1945 but that some would have been taken in the last days of war by the American armed forces (or by the Russian) to secretly collaborate in development of missile projects, remaining segregated until the time of his true death, we will never know if what Witkowski reports is true or only the result of his imagination. Certainly “Die Glocke”, if it ever existed, was not able to change the course of the Second World War, or unlike other experimental weapons such as the Gotha 229 has ever inspired more military aircraft. Or at least, not officially.

Die Glocke, the extraterrestrial bell. Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.



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