Friday, June 4, 2010

#27: Al Bielek

Al Bielek claims to have been involved in The Philadelphia Experiment as well as The Montauk Project. Bielek believes he was placed into another person's body back in time, and was age recessed as well as physically recessed. He currently gives lectures and is involved in numerous books, retelling his stories and explaining his involvement with both The Montauk Project and The Philadelphia Experiment. He traveled in time to ancient times (6452 B.C.) and met himself in the future during those experiments.

Interviewed here (’s interviewer, Preston Nichols, is very sympathetic – he will receive his own entry in due time).

Apparently the leader of the experiment was John von Neumann (who died many years before). Bielek’s explanation for that fact is:

“He was still alive up until 1989. He has run into a problem with the government as well as other problems, such as a personality split in 1977, when he resigned as director and became a consultant. The government told everyone he died in 1956. The government is still interacting with him.”
Read that quote a couple of times to get the full gist of it.

Another priceless quote:
“No one has picked up a tangible future beyond 2012 AD. There is a very abrupt wall there with nothing on the other side. Prophecies speak of earth changes around then. Curious, isn't it?”
Not really, no. Bielek’s views are relatively predictable on these matters.

Oh, and about the Philadelphia experiment - the time travel is conveniently covered up by the government, and was of course made possible through the use of alien technology.

His website is here (warning: the lunacy here is boundless).

Diagnosis: Stark, raving mad. Ûber-nut (though he might at least initially have been a fraud); probably relatively harmless.


  1. lol cheap tarot readings.....classic

  2. Alfred Bielek Passed Away on Monday, October 10, 2011 at 6:30 AM in Guadalajara, Mexico. Al was born on March 31, 1927 and was 84 years old at the time of his death. He was buried at a local cemetery in Guadalajara.

    I had the pleasure of talking with one of Al Bielek’s close friends back in the 1990’s on several occasions. Shortly after his story started. He had lent Al his car to drive down to Preston University where he researched his story. His friend watched what he only could say was Al’s decent into madness, and truly feels Preston Nichols had a big hand in what happened to his dear friend. He is a very creditable source, with a professional job that demands a clear mind and high education.

  3. Al wrote a pretty decent sci-fi book called the Montauk Project. He was near me and I was in a writing group with him. I have some inside baseball, Al felt like a failure and was manipulated to lie and make some money / get some notoriety. Not a malicious bone in his body. Not stupid, I'd say an IQ of 130 easy. I'm not sure what he or others were passing off as credentials but he didnt' have a college degree only Navy training.