On August 12th or 13th, 1943, the second test on the manned USS Eldridge, used in the “Philadelphia Experiment”, took place. Only radar invisibility was being sought this time. For about 70 seconds, observers could see the Eldridge through a “greenish haze,” but it could not be seen on radar. Then, unexpectedly, there was “a blinding flash of light” and the ship disappeared along with even the waterline – where the ship had been was now only water, with no hull outlined in the water. (Background: Our Friend, The Ether (Part 31), Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of December 2, 2013.)
With assistance from boarding parties, the Eldridge was moved back, under its own power, to the Philadelphia Navy Yard. The ship was still functional and mostly undamaged.
To outside observers, the USS Eldridge had been “gone” (invisible) for four hours. But the “time” experienced by the test crew onboard the Eldridge had been different. As the second test was underway, Al and Duncan Bielek came out of the shielded control room and saw on deck a scene of chaos. Besides the general pandemonium, they saw their brother Jim Bielek buried upright in a bulkhead. Jim Bielek, buried in a bulkhead, was crying and sobbing and still alive. His head and shoulders were out of the steel bulkhead but the rest of him was inmeshed. As Al Bielek tried to comfort Jim, Duncan panicked and jumped overboard. He just wanted to get the heck off the ship! Duncan expected to land in water and swim to safety. Instead, Duncan landed in a highly charged electro-magnetic field and went “back to the future.” Duncan was not there when the USS Eldridge returned to its normal space-time. The situation with Al Bielek is a bit more complicated, as will hopefully be explained in future parts of this series, “Our Friend, The Ether.” Al Bielek also jumped overboard. He and Duncan traveled to the year 1983. But Al Bielek, unlike Duncan, was onboard the Eldridge when it returned to 1943 after what seemed to be “four hours” to outside observers.
Those who had been on deck during the experiment seemed to have gone insane. Some of them babbled about ETs. Al and Duncan Bielek had jumped overboard during the experiment and while they were “gone” the ETs came and went. (Later Duncan again jumped overboard and went “back to the future.” The “time” situation for those onboard the Eldridge was peculiar.) While the ETs had been onboard, at least one of the sailors was “implanted.” The records of Dr. Schneider, the former U-boat commander, allegedly confirm this.
(But attention must be brought at this point to an essay dated circa 1990 by Martin Cannon: The Controllers. The “ETs” which some of the test crew babbled about, the little grey men from Zeti Reticuli and such, are not real; they are constructs, Halloween masks meant to disguise the real faces of the controllers. The supposed “implants” in this scenario would therefore be not “implants” per se, but implanted memories (false memory syndrome) put there by the controllers. )
Al Bielek, unlike his brother Duncan, did not eventually remain permanently in the future. Al Bielek had an opportunity shortly after the August 1943 experiment to talk with some of the sailors involved. The ones adjudged insane were not really so, thought Bielek. They were more “mentally scrambled”, having seen something others had not. Other sailors, about 4 or 5, kept fading in and out of visibility, doing “domain changes” between this reality and another, and back. (Some though “went out” and never came back.) The initial way the sailors stopped these “domain changes” was for the sailors permanently anchored in this, our “normal” domain, to put their hands on the ones who were “fading out.” This seemed to provide some sort of energy which would keep them in the “normal” domain. Later, electronic equipment was developed to prevent the “domain changes.” Dr. Royal Raymond Rife, who later invented an ultra-powerful microscope, possessed a lot of the “Philadelphia Experiment” files because he had worked on the project directly. Royal Rife, after about six months, helped design hardware to keep the disappearing/reappearing sailors anchored in our usual “reality.” This device was basically a little black box worn on the belt. This device would be turned on and it would radiate some kind of field which would keep the affected person “stable.” After a year or two, “quite a few” of these experimented-upon sailors had died. Others had disappeared permanently into an “alternate reality.”
(Royal Rife also is known for a “beam ray” device of his invention which he claimed could weaken or destroy pathogens by energetically exciting destructive resonances in their constituent chemicals. The medical profession discredited Rife’s “beam ray” claims in the 1950s. Rife blamed the scientific rejection of his claims on a conspiracy involving the American Medical Association (AMA), the Department of Public Health, and other elements of “organized medicine”, which had “brainwashed” potential supporters of his devices. )
Time is flexible. It is not linear. And it can be, shall we say, “bent.” Under the circumstances of a hyperspace field connected with the “Philadelphia Experiment” time indeed was bent. How long the USS Eldridge was really in hyperspace is anyone’s guess. To the observers, the Eldridge had seemed to vanish for about 4 hours. For those onboard, however, how long would they perceive they had been “gone”? Onboard, during the relevant period, you could not measure time with a clock. How long were those sailors truly exposed to those specially created electro-magnetic fields? 
——- Sources ——-
 “The Controllers: A New Hypothesis of Alien Abductions”, by Martin Cannon (ca. 1990). http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/esp_sociopol_mindcon04.htm
 For info on my source for Al Bielek’s information, see “Our Friend, The Ether (Part 26)”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of November 27, 2013. https://ersjdamoo.wordpress.com/2013/11/27/our-friend-the-ether-part-26/