Pellegrino Ernetti.Time travel. Possible to the past – Impossible to the future…

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Father Marcello Pellegrino Ernetti (October 13, 1925 – April 8, 1994) was an Italian Roman Catholic Benedictine priest and is the most famous exorcist who worked in the Venice area.

Ernetti was born in Rocco Santo Stefano, which is near Rome on October 13, 1925. When he was sixteen years old he entered the Benedictine abbey of San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice. He remained there until his death at age sixty-nine. Father Ernetti was a linguist, biblical and musical scholar (a renowned specialist in “archaic”, i.e. pre-Christian or pre-polyphonic music) as well as a scientist. Father Gabriele Amorth makes mention of him in his non-fiction book An Exorcist Tells his Story. He allegedly had a degree in quantum physics.

He is claimed to be the father of the Chronovisor. In more detail:


In the 1960s he is said to have claimed he constructed a time viewer of sorts in the 1950s, as part of a group that supposedly included Nobel Laureate Enrico Fermi and Wernher von Braun. The machine was called the Chronovisor, and could allegedly see and hear events of the past. According to an explanation by Ernetti, the luminous energy and sound that objects emanate are recorded in their environment, such that proper use of the chronovisor could reconstruct from said energy the images and sounds of a specific set of events from the past.

Ernetti said he had been working with a Father Agostino Gemelli at the Catholic University of Milan trying to filter harmonics out of Gregorian chants when they heard the voice of Gemelli’s late father speaking to them on the wire recorder they were using (Gemelli later confirmed this incident). This got the Ernetti thinking about what happened to all the sights and sounds humans make. Did they disappear completely or do they continue to exist in some way? Ernetti claimed he then approached some eminent scientists and assembled a team to work on the project leading to the construction of the chronovisor.

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