Back to the Future was a movie made in 1985 about a guy who had to revisit the past in order to make sure he existed in the future. The movie, quite literally, is based on science and events from the past.
The Philadelphia Experiment, an operation the military will not admit to, was done as an experiment in radar cloaking, making the navy ship, the USS Eldridge, invisible to enemy radar. In actuality it was a time travel experiment, which involves many of the same processes as radar cloaking. This experiment, as the Kennedy assassination, serves as an anchor point in changing the historical narrative for key players in the military industrial apparatus in order to gain the upper hand in world domination and military strength and strategy.
According to Al Bielek,¹ who was aboard the USS Eldredge of the time of the ill-fated experiment, they had to couple the relationship of time to various factors and synchronize with the Earth’s biorhythm (Shuman Resonance). John Von Neuman was in charge of the calculations. The Earth’s biorhythm peaked every 20 years and was used to calculate the time travel missions. These specific peaking dates were August 12, 1943, 1963 and 1983.
In the movie, Back to the Future, Marty McFly, the main protagonist, goes back in time to the 1950s. The time travel machine is a DeLorean sports car. An apt symbolic analogy, for in the 50s Detroit was at the top of the game in automobile design and production. John DeLorean was born and bred in Detroit. His dad worked on the assembly line and John decided to stay in the business.
DeLorean hit it out of the ball park with his GTO muscle car, and then a series of sports cars after that, all designed to look good, go very very fast and make a man feel virile and on the top of the world. John DeLorean wasn’t so bad looking himself, and had a worldly philosophy and keen understanding of what people wanted in a sports car from Detroit. In short, he was primed to rule the auto industry with his future-forward ideas and market intuition.
In pops Gordon Novel of JFK conspiracy fame. The guy that Jim Garrison tried to subpoena but ran off to Ohio. The interesting slant on Novel is that he was the Oswald impersonator setting up an alternate timeline in Dallas implicating Oswald in various activities.
In fact, Gordon Novel’s wife gave testimony to Jim Garrison stating that very fact: yes, Gordon Novel was the clean shaven guying impersonating Lee Harvey Oswald and fabricating evidence against him before the murder of JFK.
DeLorean hires Novel as a private investigator for his company and he subsequently becomes a business partner. Perhaps DeLorean was intrigued with Novel’s multi-colored motley background of gun-slinger, UFOlogist and knower of particular people who knew certain things about energy, physics and special projects.
Speeding up time we find: DeLorean opens a plant in Ireland. The factory goes belly-up and the British, who floated DeLorean the loans, call it quits and want their money. Then the FBI discovers that DeLorean has been trafficking in cocaine. Oh my.
To the rescue, Gordon Novel. Who fantastically declares that conservative elements in the British Government wanted to take him down and the FBI did a sting operation on him. How convenient.
Gordon Novel, who perhaps was a CIA plant set-up to make Delorean take a fall, by blaming the British, who may also have had a hand in it, and then claim that it was an FBI sting operation that had set DeLorean up with the cocaine. So in one fell swoop acting as a save-the-day savior.
Which perhaps inspired Steven Spielberg, who is also interested in UFOs and other-wordly things, to produce the movie, Back to the Future, which ultimately was a blending of a real life tale of these strange synchronicities of time and space and the rise and fall of empires.
“The DeLorean comes to signify the ’80s the way a pink Cadillac represents the theme-restaurant ’50s. DeLorean himself is increasingly misremembered as a visionary whose ideas the world wasn’t ready for — Doc Brown in a three-piece suit. When the movie comes out, he writes a thank-you letter to screenwriters Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis.”
Giving rise to one car writer to muse of Detroit-area car executives of that era, “But they were also like the Roman army: they were tall, goyish and had to inspire confidence in their troops.”
And now, after DeLorean was brought down, Detroit is being touted as the next Silicon Valley.
In 2005, twenty years after the movie Back to the Future was made, DeLorean was dead. A 20 year pulse of biorhythm. In fact, the movie makes many references to infinity, using the 88 as geometria and a numerological device to go back or forward in time, to transcend time, by going this many miles-per-hour in the DeLorean.
Towards the end of his life John DeLorean seemed to get a grasp of the forces that surrounded this world and very particularly influenced his life. He became a born again Christian.
“In September 2004, six months before he died, aged 80, he filed a federal trademark registration for the DeLorean Automobile Company “in the category of vehicles and products for locomotion by land, air or water”, using the name Ephesians 6:12 Inc.
Ephesians 6:12 reads: “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”
Realizing the reality of evil in the world DeLorean left his last legacy. And if the DeLorean wouldn’t fly the message does — it is the trademark of a spiritual warrior.
¹AL BIELEK & LARRY JAMES ~ REMEMBERING & KNOWING TIME TRAVEL point 55:34 in the discussion