Interview with Dr. David Anderson is finally here!!!!!!! (Peter Moon Podcast #8)

Here is the long awaited interview with Dr. David Anderson in six segments (we spoke for about 4 hours, breaks included) that were conducted on June 13, 2015. Once again, it is highly recommended that you listen to Podcast #7 first so that you are familiar with Dr. Anderson and what he is talking about, particularly Podcast #7, Part 3 wherein Light Cones and Closed Timelike Curves are explained. We have also added additional music by Noosa to the fadeouts at the end of each segment. At the end of Segment 3 or PART THREE, you will also hear the full rendition of Noosa’s most popular and best selling song “Walk on By” which is followed by a short interview with Noosa’s lead singer and composer, Sky.

Peter Moon Podcast #8 Interview with Dr. David Anderson (PART ONE)

Peter Moon Podcast #8 Interview with Dr. David Anderson (PART TWO)

Peter Moon Podcast #8 Interview with Dr. David Anderson (PART THREE)

Peter Moon Podcast #8 Interview with Dr. David Anderson (PART FOUR)

Peter Moon Podcast #8 Interview with Dr. David Anderson (PART FIVE)

Peter Moon Podcast #8 Interview with Dr. David Anderson (PART SIX)

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Follow-up from Ivanheim on U-boat articles

Here is a follow-up from Ivanheim with regard to the U-boat articles he supplied. I hope to read his books at some point. Follow-up comments:

No criticism was intended of yourself for the Bernhard item of course. As authors we do rely on other authors to state facts accurately, particularly if they offer eyewitness accounts.

When U-530 put into Mar del Plata, no less than 37 of the non-officer grades had jettisoned their identity documents and assumed false names to declare to the Argentine authorities. I imagine that these would have been the crew members with special knowledge of the materials aboard U-530, or maybe replacements for fatalities after the spillage to hush the whole thing up.

From the evidence it seems that Otto Wermuth was replaced on 9 July 1945 by an imposter commander who brought the boat into Mar del Plata. From the photographs, Wermuth was short and dark, the official plant was tall, blond and Nordic looking. The identity of the plant has never been established, but from his major decorations, and what he told the Argentine Press on 10-12 July 1945, he was an experienced naval man aboard both warships and U-boats. Since Bernhard claimed to have joined the German Navy in 1943, it does not seem likely that he could have been the plant.

I have not read the two books you mention but I collaborate closely with the Sharkhunters on-line organisation which recently published two books, “The Secret Alliance” (between Argentina and Hitler’s Germany) this one authored by myself, and “Hitler in Argentina” which provides pretty convincing evidence from official sources that Hitler and Eva Braun did come to Argentina postwar. Forensic facial analysis proves that Hitler had a remarkable double in place from March 1945, and he was probably absent from the Reich Chancellery after 23 April 1945, the date when he signed his last Führer-order, after which the double became nominal Führer for seven days .

Thank you for posting my U-530 material so promptly.

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Article 4 – “Was there ever a “Captain Wilhem Bernard” aboard U-530?” by Ivinheim

Note from Peter Moon. Wilhelm Bernard was a pseudonym. He appeared in the works of Howard A. Buechner, who wrote “Adolf Hitler and the Holy Lance” and “Hitler’s Ashes” who identified this as a pseudonym. Before dismissing “Captain Bernard’s” written testimony, it would be best to review the source material. According to Wiki, the U-530 surrounded on 10 July 1945. The phrases “from when he served aboard U-530 until the boat surrendered” and was “scuttled off the coast of Mar del Plata on 10 July 1945″ at first look appear to be careless reporting because 10 July was the date of the surrendering. It is not likely the ship surrendered and then was scuttled on the same day. This could be an error of the writer who was most definitely an arbitrary intermediary between “Captain Bernhard” and what found its way into print. Writers make mistakes frequently.

AS THERE EVER A “CAPTAIN WILHELM BERNHARD” ABOARD U-530?
Ivinheim

The Black Sun at pages 116 and 121 mentions books authored jointly by Colonel Howard Buechner and a German “Captain”, Wilhelm Bernhard, who is alleged to have “served aboard U-530 on her final voyage”. The immediate problem with “Captain Wilhelm Berhard” is that he does not appear on the U-530 crew list.

U-530 had a crew of 54 men. The five officers were the commander Otto Wermuth together with Karl-Felix Schuller, Karl Heinz Lenz, Peter Leffler, and Gregor Schlüter, all interrogated by the Argentine Navy and the US Navy later. The rest of the crew was made up of 18 NCO’s and 31 ratings.

“Captain” (of what?) Bernhard says he joined the German Navy in 1943 and was “assigned to the U-boat Service”. He would then have undergone training until August 1944 “from when he served aboard U-530 until the boat surrendered” and was “scuttled off the coast of Mar del Plata on 10 July 1945.”

Bernhard has such a remarkable memory that he recalls U-530 being scuttled at Mar del Plata on 10 July 1945, even though U-530 was taken afloat to the United States in August 1945 for close examination there, together with the crew, of which he obviously claims to have been one, before being scuttled months afterwards off the US coast.

Therefore it is fair to conclude that “Captian Wilhelm Bernhard”, if he ever existed was never aboard U-530, and one wonders what purpose it served to claim to have been so.

END OF SERIES

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Peter Moon Podcast #7 concerning time control scientist, Dr. David Anderson

On June 13th, I conducted a 3 hour plus long interview with Dr. David Anderson (which will be Podcast #8). This is the first time he has spoken publicly in years. It will be released within a week or so. The following podcast (#7) is a pre-requisit to listening to Podcast #8. I have done podcast #7 so that I will not up valuable time of the interview with discussing his background and earlier adventures, all of which have been covered in previous interviews he has done with either others or myself. Most important are Parts Three and Four with regard to the discussion of Light Cones and Closed Timelike Curves which I have explained in a very easy to understand way. The discussion of Light Cones and Closed Timelike Curves has also been made easier to understand by a new edition of the Montauk Pulse newsletter (Summer 2015).

Peer Moon Podcast #7 on time control scientist Dr. David Anderson (PART ONE)

Peer Moon Podcast #7 on time control scientist Dr. David Anderson (PART TWO)

Peer Moon Podcast #7 on time control scientist Dr. David Anderson (PART THREE)

Peer Moon Podcast #7 on time control scientist Dr. David Anderson (PART FOUR)

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Article 3 – The Horror Voyage of U-530 by Ivinheim

Here is the third article in this series. We are expecting a fourth article very soon.

Article 3

THE HORROR VOYAGE OF U-530
by 
Ivinheim

According to the declassified Argentine/US interrogation reports(1), U-530 sailed from Kiel on 19 February 1945 and left Oslo for the Unites States coast on 5 March 1945. Oblt Wermuth met up briefly with U-853 in mid-April although the purpose of this meeting is unknown.

Wermuth apparently had orders to operate off New York. U-530 carried two short-wave receivers, one all-frequency and one radione receiver. Wermuth thought that one of the short-wave receivers might be damaged but the others were in good order. While in his area of operations he was to follow procedure and not transmit except for the daily weather reports. His last contact with Berlin was on 26 April, but at the end of April close to Long Island he entered a mysterious “radio dead zone” where not even the coastal radio stations could be heard and the boat remained cloaked in total radio silence “until 8th or 10 May”. Interference was also caused to other electronic equipment. Because both U-853 and U-530 continued hostilities contrary to orders issued by Dönitz on 4 May, it is obvious that both boats suffered a long-term radio blackout following their presence off Long Island.

At some time before 4 May 1945, U-530 was in US territorial waters where Wermuth “allowed all crew members to view New York through the periscope”. Fifty-four men went one by one to the periscope and each saw “very clearly skyscrapers, trains and cars, and dirigibles of the coastal defence overhead(2)”. Never during all this sightseeing was there a fear that the periscope might be detected by those dirigibles overhead whose only purpose in being there was to scour the coastal waters looking for U-boat periscopes: and nor was there a fear that it might be spotted by radar. Another boat with similar orders was U-977 which had orders to enter the British port of Southampton “and sink shipping there”(3). This dangerous activity in May 1945 would have required both boats to be invisible.

The LUT torpedo was almost infallible. It ran loops either side of a mean course and also had an acoustic guidance system. The FAT did not have the latter but was generally very effective. On 4 May, Wermuth said that U-530 attacked a convoy of up to twenty ships in fog. One LUT stuck in the tube, the other two failed. On 6 May U-530 fired two LUTs which failed against a large convoy. Then a LUT missed a tanker and a FAT missed a straggler. On 7 May two FATs failed against another large convoy. No convoys reported being attacked by a U-boat during this period.

At this point Wermuth jettisoned the five remaining torpedoes as “being in a condition to explode”. He refrained from stating what condition they were in. The only reasonable theory for the U-530 radio total dead zone and the torpedo failures is that some weapon or equipment aboard, possibly a “miracle weapon rocket”, had an electro-magnetic basis which proved susceptible to a ray or beam while off Long Island.

Once Wermuth suspected a leak he had to act fast. If the leak was combining with the torpedo warheads to bring them to a condition where they were likely to explode, deck gun, torpedoes, flak, all munitions and anything else which might be tainted with a residual trace had to be thrown overboard at once. Because radon gas is notoriously difficult to contain, the entire outer structure of the boat would have to be scrubbed repeatedly with the virulent corrosive cleaner carried aboard no doubt just for that purpose.

After radio contact with the outside world was restored on the 8th or 10 May, U-530 headed to the waters 1000 sea miles ENE of Puerto Rico. Here lies the Sargasso Sea and the Doldrums with little wind or swell, ideal for work scrubbing the boat with corrosive cleaner, jettisoning the remaining weapons and ammunition, burning contaminated materials and taking stock for the run to Argentina. Wermuth then set course to the south, crossing the Equator on 16 June 1945 and maintaining a slow speed until 20ºS, the men living on distilled seawater and having no food because the leak had poisoned the provisions.


Wermuth told the Argentine naval interrogators that he saw the Punta Mogotes light at Mar del Plata at 0300 hrs on 9 July 1945 from 18 miles offshore and went down the coast to Miramar arriving there at 0600 hrs on 9 July. “At nightfall on 9 July I surfaced and made my way eastwards back along the coast keeping three miles offshore until reaching Mar del Plata submarine base where I drifted until the early hours”(2). The US Naval Attaché did not want this jaunt to Miramar published and so falsified his translation from the Spanish to read: “Wermuth told the Argentines of first sighting the Mogotes light at 0300 hrs on 10 July, thought about going to Miramar to surrender and then he submerged and waited for dawn to view the port of Mar del Plata(1).”

Why did Wermuth go to Miramar? “At the end of 1943, Generalmajor Friedrich Wolf, naval attaché at the German Embassy, had arranged with Gustav Eickenberg, a German-Bolivian tin magnate who had a ranch at Mar del Sur, to use it as an Etappendienst station for disembarkations from U-boats. The best spot for the arrival of a U-boat was equidistant between the lighthouses at Miramar and Necochea, where a path led up to Eickenberg’s ranch(4).”


The probability is that Wermuth got off the boat at Miramar. Here the containers of cash, jewels and travellers’ cheques(5) were unloaded and he took with him the U-530 log, charts and books for the conference with German naval intelligence officers of the Etappendienst. In the final article, the U-530 game of musical chairs in which most crewmen lost their ID documents and adopted an alias, and the Germans surrendered an empty boat.

“U-530 appeared to have survived some dreadful calamity. The great rusty hull, its paintwork shredded and peeling, contrasted vividly with the smart, steely grey, small Argentine submarines at the base. The decking was very corroded and had been the seat of a major fire. The conning tower had cracked and was falling apart…the interior was covered with mould.” Colonel Bustos was appalled by the “vile nauseating stench in the interior despite the boat having been aired for three days”, by the “haggard and exhausted appearance of the crew” and to cap it all, for the first time in the history of the German U-boat Arm, a submarine had arrived in port with its provisions lockers almost full but the crew suffering from scurvy. The worst afflicted were “put on a diet of boiled potatoes and lemons(6).”

Footnotes:

(1) See the declassified US Navy Report, Report on Interrogation of Prisoners Surrendered at Mar del Plata on 10 July 1945, item US Naval Attaché Buenos Aires, Observation of Argentine Navy Interrogation of Prisoners from U-530-Interrogation of Oberleutnant Otto Wermuth: www.uboatarchive.net/U-530.htm
(2) Salinas & De Napoli, Utramar Sur, p.401 and 424: Helmut Kraft: Submarinos alemanes en la Argentina, Buenos Aires 1998.
(3) Schaeffer, Heinz: In his interrogation at Mar del Plata on 20 August 1945, Schaeffer offered to show the Argentine interrogators his written orders for Southampton.
(4) Ecos Diarios, Necochea, 22.2.1944 quoted in Jorge Camarasa, Puerto Seguro, Buenos Aires 2006, p.63. The Miramar zone was very important for German naval planning and with the tacit cooperation of the Argentines was the centre for a major disembarkation from two U-boats on the night of 27 July 1945 to another German ranch near Necochea known as Moromar.
(5) These clandestine deliveries to Argentina by U-boat were fairly commonplace during 1945. See the article by Deuxième Bureau agent Alain Pujol, Le Figaro, 1 September 1970. 
(6) Bustos, Yo fuí testigo, op cit.
Author’s Note: Final Article follows.

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Article 2 – The Last Voyage of U-530 by Ivinheim

Herewith is Article #2 on the Nazi connection to Montauk. See the previous post for Article 1. We are expecting Article #3 soon.

Article 2
THE LAST VOYAGE OF U-530
Ivinheim

The U-530 story is shrouded in deception. U-530 and U-853 worked in concert for a brief period in April 1945 close to the US East coast. The War Diaries of both boats remain top secret in Argentine and Allied archives respectively nearly seventy years after the events related hereunder. The following shows the close relationship between the U-boats U-853 and U-530:
In July 1944 when 4.U-Flotilla was being disbanded at Lorient, Oberleutnant Otto Wermuth received temporary command of U-853. On 24 August 1944, flotilla commander Kuhnke assumed command of U-853 himself and led the exodus from Lorient to Flensburg at the end of September. He kept Otto Wermuth as his No.1 watchkeeping officer. At Flensburg when Kuhnke took over 33.U-Flotilla, he gave command of U-853 to Oberleutnant Helmuth Frömsdorf, and at the beginning of 1945 Oberleutnant Otto Wermuth was given U-530 (1).
Wermuth told the Argentines (2) that he was acting under direct orders from “his commanding officer in Berlin, and was not attached to any U-flotilla”. This was incorrect. The chain of command was Dönitz at Bernau/Berlin to flotilla commander Kuhnke, and from Kuhnke to the commanders of U-853 and U-530. These two boats were to meet up during the first week of April off the coast of New York.
The fuel capacity of U-530 was 245 tonnes but the chief engineer shipped twenty tonnes short “so as to aid stability”. What tended to make the boat unstable was not stated, but it is interesting to note that U-977, the only other boat to surrender to Argentina, loaded eighty tonnes of fuel at departure, fifty tonnes short, also “so as to aid stability” and discharged about forty tonnes of heavy electrical machinery and strange aerials on the quayside at Mar del Plata(3).
Whereas a Type IXc/40 boat commonly sailed with twenty-two torpedoes, for this mission “to attack shipping” Wermuth took only fourteen (eight T-3 LUT and six T-5 FAT) thus creating much free space and carrying capacity otherwise taken up by torpedoes.
Here we arrive at the crux of the matter. Wermuth said that his only defensive armament was two flak guns abaft the bridge. This statement also appears to have been incorrect. By 1945 it was rare for a U-boat to be fitted with a large deck gun. At his interrogation on 13 July 1945 at Mar del Plata, Wermuth told the Argentines that he sailed from Germany leaving it ashore. This was at variance with the statement of harbourmaster Captain Mallea, who told the Argentine Press on 11 July that the commander of U-530 had ordered the crew to “jettison the 105-mm gun into the sea.” U-530 crew members described the episode of ditching the 5-tonne deck gun as one of the memorable events of the voyage.
Colonel Bustos, an Argentine AA battery officer who saw over U-530 at Mar del Plata on 12 July 1945, wrote: “The naval authorities told me how surprised they were that the deck gun had been unshipped and ditched at sea (4)”. It is therefore clear, despite what Wermuth claimed, that there had been a deck gun on the foredeck at some time during the voyage.
Did U-530 Have A “Miracle Weapon” Aboard?

The ridiculous controversy about whether U-530 had a deck gun or not highlights the importance of the deck gun. We know from the previously-mentioned article in Maxim, May 2002, p.140-148, entitled “In Shallow – a psycho sub commander, a plot to level New York, etc” that there was a German plot to level New York.
The first we know about such a weapon built to do so is an entry in the New York Times of 22 October 1944 in which it is said that “neutral sources describe the U-bomb as resembling an aircraft in shape: the Germans are straining every nerve to complete it and put it to use before the forthcoming onslaught by the Allied armies…”; in December 1944 and again in February 1945 “Armaments Minister Speer promised in radio broadcasts from Berlin that U-boats would strike at New York with U-bombs U-1 and U-2″. These were non-nuclear small rockets with unheard-of destructive effect fired from the deck gun of a U-boat.
The speculation about U-530 over the years, that Hitler was aboard or that the boat went to Antarctica, is fantasy. The secrecy was all about the deck gun and what happened to the boat near Montauk. In article 3, “The Horror Voyage of U-530 from Long Island to Argentina.”
Footnotes:
(1) Salinas & De Napoli, Ultramar Sur, 2002, p.237-239.
(2) Declassified US Navy Report, Report on Interrogation of Prisoners Surrendered at Mar del Plata on 10 July 1945, item US Naval Attaché Buenos Aires, Observation of Argentine Navy Interrogation of Oberleutnant Otto Wermuth.
(3) Heinz Schäffer, El Secreto del U-977, Hisma, Buenos Aires 2006, p.191. This book is a translation of the original German language edition published in Argentina in 1949 under the title Geheimnis um U-977, and then quickly withdrawn from circulation.
(4) Col.(ret’d) Romulo Horacio Bustos, Yo fuí testigo (also on Internet), La Nación, March 2008.

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ARTICLE 1 – THE MYSTERIOUS VOYAGE OF U-853

I have received the following article (which is to be part of a series) concerning Montauk’s Nazi connection as was discussed in the book The Black Sun: Montauk’s Nazi-Tibetan Connection. We are anticipating more reports on these circumstances Thank you to Ivinheim, the author.

ARTICLE 1

THE MYSTERIOUS VOYAGE OF U-853
By Ivinheim

At page 29 of The Black Sun, it is reported that in an article appearing in the Long Island newspaper East Hampton Star, Mr Tom Tubbs, a spokesman for the Division of Land Utilization of the (New York) State Office of General Services is quoted as having said:

“…In 1945, the Nazis, convinced the Third Reich was about to fall, sent a U-boat to Montauk containing riches seized during the invasion of France with instructions to bury them underground inside twelve metal shell casings. The German sailors followed orders and buried the treasure at Camp Hero, with a large rock nearby to be used as a landmark. After the war, the money and jewels were to be used for bribes, false passports and safe passage to the United States and South America for high officers of the Third Reich.”

On 18 June 1944 at Strasbourg, Martin Bormann haad set in motion a series of measures to transfer to safe havens abroad the secret armaments technologies and wealth of Germany with the aim of developing the potential of the Third Reich in Exile. This operation was code-named Regentröpfen and its primary target point was Argentina. Two of the U-boats used in this operation were U-853 commanded by Oberleutnant Helmuth Frömsdorf, and U-530. The latter forms the content of a second article. These two boats were in close contact during the phase occurring in North American waters.

U-853 left Flensburg in early February 1945, and sailed from Stavanger, Norway on 23 February 1945 for the US coast(1). It is alleged that U-853 had aboard millions of dollars’ worth of jewels and foreign currency in sealed steel containers. The origin of this belief is the testimony of Hans Bergerdans who, as a witness at the Nuremberg trials, stated that he personally “had been paid to stow an enormous amount in US travellers’ cheques inside empty shell casings aboard U-853″.

At midday on 23 April 1945, the corvette USS Eagle 56 was torpedoed and sunk by U-853 in Casco Bay near Portland.

The activities of U-853 during the subsequent ten days are not known.

Just after midnight on 6 May 1945 close to Rhode Island, a hunter-killer force detected a submerged U-boat and destroyed it with all hands. Navy divers from USS Pinguin went into the wreck the same day, recovered the log of U-853, and now the US Navy knew that U-853 had been responsible for sinking the corvette Eagle 56 and very possibly now they also knew where the steel casings with valuables had gone ashore, since these were allegedly not found aboard.

Footnote:
(1) Salinas & De Napoli, Ultrmar Sur, Norma Press, Buenos Aires, 2002, p.237-239. The War Diary of U-853 remains a top secret classified document in the US archive.

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Anarchy Flag Raised over Camp Hero

I was out at Montauk and Camp Hero on May 17th and there was nothing on the transmitter tower. Two weeks later, a friend of mine visited Camp Hero and took a picture at 2:22pm on May 29th and noticed that a flag was waiving from the antenna above the radar reflector. A close-up of the flag reveals a symbol for anarchy. Someone engaged in a considerable athletic feat to be able to climb the both the reflector and the antenna to attach this flag. One of the park rangers will investigate the matter upon his return from vacation. I have also included a photo which seeks to explain the rationale of the flag. What you have is an “A” superimposed on an “o” which symbolizes Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, and a phrase which is attributed to Christ as a statement of self-identification.

Montauk Transmitter 5:31:2015Anarchy FlagSatanist comment on Anarchy

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David Anderson update

I have had some very lengthy conversations with David Anderson lately in anticipation of our upcoming podcast. The podcast planned last weekend was cancelled due to technical difficulties on his end, but we plan to try again soon. A lot of interesting things coming down the pike. I went to Montauk yesterday. Hillary Raimo is supposed to be there today. Montauk is a lot different in terms of people that are now there. The old families are making way for the new. The sacred land is not properly acknowledged nor are its natural custodians, the Montauk Pharaohs.

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Peter Moon Podcast #6 on Remote Viewing – Parts 1, 2 and 3

Here is the “final” podcast on the subject of Remote Viewing which includes actual techniques for increasing your capacity in this regard. It is not necessary but highly recommended that you listen to the previous podcasts first.

Peter Moon Podcast #6 on Remote Viewing, Part 1:

Peter Moon Podcast #6 on Remote Viewing, Part 2:

Peter Moon Podcast #6 on Remote Viewing, Part 3:

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