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Montauk Project

The Montauk Project is an alleged series of secret [1] The history of the Montauk Project story is closely associated with - and often believed to originate in - the Mountauk Project series of books by Preston Nichols.[2]


  • Origin 1
  • Nichols' participation at Montauk 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • Further reading 5
  • External links 6


Conspiracy theories about the Montauk Project have circulated since the early 1980s. According to UFO researcher [1] American Preston B. Nichols (born May 24, 1946 in Long Island, New York) claims to have degrees in parapsychology, psychology, and electrical engineering.[3] He authored a series of books, known as the Montauk Project series, along with Peter Moon, the primary topic of which is alleged activities at Montauk. These center on topics including United States government/military experiments in fields such as time travel, teleportation, mind control, contact with alien life and staging faked Apollo Moon landings, framed as developments which followed a successful 1943 Philadelphia Experiment. These culminate in "a hole ripped in space-time" in 1983.

The authors have encouraged speculation about the contents (for example, writing "Whether you read this as science fiction or non-fiction you are in for an amazing story" in their first chapter,[4] describing much of the content as "soft facts" in a Guide For Readers and publishing a newsletter with updates to the story).

Nichols' participation at Montauk

Some sources report that Nichols claims to have worked on the Montauk Project and recalls it only through recovery of repressed memories. Others hold that he believes he is periodically abducted to continue his participation against his will.[5] Some treat Nichols' work as fiction.[6] In addition, he has appeared in a music video portraying his own experience of time travel.[7]

See also


  1. ^ a b  
  2. ^ Frissell, Bob (2003-04-25). Something in This Book Is True, Second Edition: The Official Companion to Nothing in this Book Is True, But It's Exactly How Things Are. Frog Books. pp. 76–.  
  3. ^ The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time, Chapter 1
  4. ^ "The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time by Preston B. Nichols with Peter Moon, exert of". Nature's Tapestry. 
  5. ^ "Preston Nichols". 
  6. ^ "Montauk Revisited: Adventures in Synchronicity ~ Preston B. Nichols". FictionDB.  categorises Nichols' work as "speculative fiction" and "science fiction"
  7. ^ Dan Wholey, "Snakes" Dan Wholey - Snakes on Vimeo

Further reading

  • Moon, Peter (1997). The Black Sun: Montauk's Nazi-Tibetan Connection. New York: Sky Books.  
  • Nichols, Preston B.; Peter Moon (1992). The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time. New York: Sky Books.  
  • Nichols, Preston B.; Peter Moon (1993). Montauk Revisited: Adventures in Synchronicity. New York: Sky Books.  
  • Nichols, Preston B.; Peter Moon (1995). Pyramids of Montauk: Explorations in Consciousness. New York: Sky Books.  
  • Nichols, Preston B.; Peter Moon (1996). Encounter in the Pleiades: An Inside Look at UFOs. New York: Sky Books. p. 247.  
  • Nichols, Preston B.; Peter Moon (2000). The Music of Time. New York: Sky Books. p. 234.  
  • Steiger, Brad;  
  • Swerdlow, Stewart (1998). Peter Moon, ed. Montauk: The Alien Connection. New York: Sky Books.  
  • Wells, K.B. (1998). The Montauk Files: Unearthing the Phoenix Conspiracy. New Falcon Publications.  

External links

  • Alfred Bielek debunked - Real facts about the man who claimed to be a Philadelphia Experiment and Montauk survivor
  • Alfred Bielek: The Philadelphia Experiment and Montauk Survivor Accounts
  • Disinfo: the Montauk Project
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