Project Montauk

Project Montauk was a CIA psyop, about a fictional government project that supposedly took place from 1977 to 1980 in Camp Hero on Long Island NY to spread disinfo about mind control, dimensional portals and extraterrestials (reptilians and greys) with references to OTO sex magic and HP Lovecraft as a distraction from real mind control projects like MK Ultra. It was spread through Youtube disinfo with agents Al Bielek, Preston Nichols, Duncan Cameron (like Marjorie Cameron and Ewen Cameron), Stewart Swerdlov (linked to David Icke) and David Wilcock.

The natural stargate at Montauk was already used by Native Americans and VOC (Dutch East Indian Company).

Aleister Crowley visited William Seabrook on Long Island in the summer of 1919. Long Island is also the place where Nikola Tesla (also associated with theories about time travel) built his Wardenclyff Tower. William Breeze of the OTO stayed at Montauk Air Force Station.

Al Bielek claimed he had been part of the Philadelphia Experiment at a MUFON conference in 1990.

Preston Nichols published The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time with Peter Moon. In its narrative, the project started at Brookhaven National Laboratory (managed by Stony Brook University, collaborates with the ATLAS Experiment of CERN) and is linked to the Philadelphia experiment hoax (Project Rainbow=dissociation symbolism of Wizard of Oz programming) that supposedly happened as an experiment with the USS Eldridge ship in 1943.

He hosted US Psychotronics Association conferences. Nichols was a friend of Jordan Maxwell. Eldritch means otherwordly (strange), a trope used in HP Lovecraft's stories, used in OTO rituals.

Charles Berlitz in his books about the Philadelphia experiment, compared it to the Manhattan Project and also wrote on Atlantis and the Roswell incident. The Naval Philadelphia Shipyard associated with the hoax is the place where, during WW2 Robert Heinlein (Stranger In a Strange Land) worked at with Isaac Asimov and Lyon Sprague de Camp and where people worked on the Manhattan Project.

Peter Moon was promoted by Freeman tv (rumors of Josef Mengele-Dr Green and Michael Aquino). He worked for Airborne Instruments Laboratory (Columbia University, partly owned by Laurence Rockefeller) and with Ron Hubbard on ship Apollo.

Stewart Swerdlow wrote Blue Blood, True Blood in which he claimed Sean Connery, JFK Jr, Henry Kissinger took part in child sacrifice rituals at Montauk and The True Nature of Sexuality (Wilhelm Reich techniques). JFK Jr crashed on his way to Martha's Vineyard, next to Montauk Point.

Preston Nichols introduced 'survivor' Andy Pero (promoted by In5D and Eve Lorgen) who wrote Phoenix Undead.

Montauk Point is close to Plum Island Animal Disease Center, used in research on biological weapons and referred to in Silence of the Lambs. The viral internet psyop of the Montauk Monster in 2008 is based on Lovecraft's fiction (Lovecraft's fictional town Innsmouth was located near Plum Island, mentioned in Anton LaVey's The Satanic Rituals).

Montauk Revisited discussed the connections with Crowley and Hubbard. Preston Nichols' books about Montauk were published by Sky Books USA, which also published Nichols' The Black Sun Montauk's Nazi-Tibetan Connection. Peter Moon claimed the Montauk indians spoke Vril, a later version of Enochioan. He claimed the Montauk chair visualized thoughts through Tesla coils and a Cray 1 supercomputer (HP, worked with Sandia National Laboratories) and Duncan Cameron was brought into orgasmic trance and could see through the eyes of another person (concept of Being John Malkovich of Charlie Kaufman).

The radar tower at Montauk is a SAGE tower, designed to operate on 420-450 MHz. The company Nichols worked for, AIL was bought by ITT which had nazi connections.

Jim Carrey meets Kate Winslet at Montauk in Michel Gondry's Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, a movie written by Charlie Kaufman about erasing memories with Mark Ruffalo, Kirsten Dunst, Tom Wilkinson. Stellan Skarsgard played in Return to Montauk. Montauk point contains a lighthouse tower (painted by Edward Hopper), a symbol also used in movies The Lovely Bones and Shutter Island. Secret time travel projects are also a plot element in Deja Vu.

In his presentation about Project Montauk, David Wilcock compared its technology to the machine used to create a dimensional portal in Contact with Jodie Foster and Matthew McConaughey.

Jesse Ventura focused on Project Montauk and the so-called Montauk Monster in Conspiracy Theory in TruTV. The Montauk monster was the subject of an Ancient Aliens episode with Loren Coleman, Nick Redfern. The story was debunked by Darren Naish (Channel 4 show with Jon Ronson, Netflix show Alien Worlds) and Snopes.

Donald Marshall claimed the Montauk Base was a cloning center. Max Spears claimed Montauk Project also had a portal in France.

Leonardo di Caprio played in Shutter Island (2010) movie about mind control on an island with lighthouse.

In 2012 Malcolm McDowell (nazi mind control in A Clockwork Orange) played in tv movie The Philadelphia Experiment.

In 2015 Stewart Swerdlov participated in The Montauk Chronicles of Christopher Garetano with a poster of a Grey making the sign of silence (sign of Horus). It was promoted by the Philip K Dick Film Festival and Coast to Coast.

In 2016 Netflix released Stranger Things with obvious references to Project Montauk but also with references to the Dungeons & Dragons (Eldritch Wizardry as rulebook) Cameron bloodline and MK Ultra. Winona Ryder had CIA agent Timothy Leary as godfather, linked to MK Ultra and John Lilly who experiment with sensory deprivation tanks, shown in Stranger Things.

In 2023 a new lab in Manhattan Kansas replaced Plum Island Animal Disease center.


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