Aurion Mission: Al Bielek Passed Away in Mexico on Oct. 10, 2011 at Age 84

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Al Bielek Passed Away in Mexico on Oct. 10, 2011 at Age 84

Al Bielek Passed Away in Mexico on Oct. 10, 2011 at Age 84
From Ken Adachi, Editor
October 14, 2011
I received an e-mail today from Rich Grybos that Al Bielek, whose extraordinary memories surrounding the 1943 Philadelphia Experiment and the secret projects undertaken at Montauk, Long Island had kept millions of late night radio listeners enthralled for nearly two decades, had died last Monday, October 10, 2011 at 6:30 AM in Guadalajara, Mexico. Al was 84 years old and was buried at a local cemetery in Guadalajara.
Rich told me that Al's niece, Dee, expending a great deal of time and energy, had been taken care of Al in recent years after Al had become increasingly incapacitated due to a series of strokes. Rich told me that while the strokes that Al suffered prevented him from speaking clearly, Al's mind remained sharp and alert. He also said that Al continued to enjoy watching si-fi movies right up to the end.
Rich said that he had come to meet met Al in 1970 through an introduction from the Scottish writer Ivan T Sanderson (1911-1973), who, Rich claimed, had great respect for Al Bielek.
Al Bielek's birth certificate is dated March 31, 1927, but whether he was "born" on that date or not depends on how much of Al's story you're willing to believe. Al has always maintained that his real identity is that of Edward Cameron, son of a career Naval officer; that he had participated in the Philadelphia Experiment of August 12, 1943; and that he had been regressed back in time to that of a 9 month old baby in California in December 1927, where he was raised as "Al Bielek" by Arthur E. and Albertina Bielek.
Al Bielek was a close friend of Phil Schneider while he was still alive and convinced Phil to go public with his story of government collusion with negative extraterrestrials, bent on installing a New World Order slave society. Phil Schneider paid the ultimate price for his patriotism and allegiance to the American people when he was murdered by covert operatives in January of 1996. Al Bielek also gave many audio and video presentations over the years with Preston Nichols, a veteran of the Montauk Project and co-author of many books on Montauk with Peter Moon. Preston is currently living in upstate New York.
Al Bielek demonstrated an early aptitude for electronics while still in high school and later developed into quite an expert. Quoting a portion of Rich's e-mail to me:
" As to his electronic abilities, I asked him once if he could look at a device sold by Mankind Research Unlimited (was CIA-connected I later discovered). Anyway Al proceeded to draw on the spot the entire schematic of the device! You may know that he was close friends with Bob Beck. He also was very heavily involved in ELF research during the time of the "Russian Woodpecker".

The movie, "The Philadelphia Experiment" first triggered his suppressed memories on his involvement..."
More needs to be said of the life and times of Al Bielek, but I'll wait to hear from more people who may have known Al and may wish to share their stories. Anyone wanting to send condolences to Al's family can send letters or e-mails to me and I will forward them to Rich Grybos, who will in turn, forward them to Al Bielek's niece, Dee. At a later date, I may be able to talk to Dee directly and learn more details of Al's final years. I lost contact with Al somewhere around 2007 or 2008. He had moved from his Florida apartment to a nursing home and I didn't know how to contact him. I had many lengthy conversations with him over the phone from 2000 - 2006 and I took many notes. He was an interesting man.
Ken Adachi