This July saw the last mission of the space shuttle, and marked an end to the first era of space exploration. But what's next? NASA has no replacement for the shuttle and will have to rely on Russia and the European Space Agency to bring crews and supplies to the International Space Station. The U.S. has lost its leadership in space exploration. Or has it?
For over 70 years, our military has been working on top secret projects in the field of electrogravitics, In the mid-1920s, an American scientist, Townsend Brown, discovered that electric charge and gravitational mass are coupled, and if he charged a metallic disc to a high voltage it had a tendency to move toward its positive pole, now known as the Biefield-Brown effect. Around 1953, Brown conducted a demonstration for the military where he flew a pair of 3-foot-diameter discs, energized with 150,000 volts and tethered to a 50-foot pole, and attained speeds of several hundred miles per hour.
The U.S. military soon had major contractors, which included Lockheed, Convair, Sperry Rand, General Electric, and many others, working on electrogravitics. In 1968, Northrop conducted wind tunnel tests where they charged the leading wing with a high voltage, with the idea that this would soften the sonic boom of an aircraft. This technology was applied by Northrop in the B-2 “Spirit” stealth bomber, which uses electrogravitic propulsion once airborne, by positively charging the leading wing and negatively charging its exhaust.
In 1984, I talked with a man who worked at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and he told me of a top secret project he worked on at the JPL where they built and successfully tested an electromagnetic, anti-gravity motor. The motor was then disassembled by the Air Force and moved to another location, probably Lockheed's “Skunk Works,” which produced the U2 and SR-71 “Blackbird” spy planes, and the F-117 “Nighthawk” stealth fighter.
Ben Rich, the “Skunk Works” CEO, said in the 1990s that “We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in ‘black projects,' and it would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity.”
Clark McClelland, who worked at Mission Control at Cape Kennedy for many years, recalled a conversation he had with Rich when he visited there. According to McClelland, Rich told him that “black project” funding “has taken the U.S. military at least 80 years beyond the present understanding of the general public,” adding “you have no idea where we have gone out there.” McClelland asked “Mars?” and Rich looked at him and nodded.
Over the years, our secret government has spent billions of our tax dollars on these “black projects,” estimated at $50 billion in 2009. In 2001, then-Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld told Congress that the Defense Department cannot account for $2.3 trillion in funds. Most of the money went into these “black projects,” called “Unacknowledged Special Access Projects” as their existence is denied, and hidden away in layers of secrecy in the military-industrial-intelligence complex, and experimented with at Area 51 in Nevada and other locations.
Our research was helped immensely by the recovery of extraterrestrial craft at Roswell and other locations, which explains the iron curtain of secrecy around these technological breakthroughs. In 1950, W. B. Smith, a Canadian scientist working on a project to unlock the secrets of gravity, felt the “flying saucers” being seen in our skies “operated on some hitherto unknown magnetic principles.” Smith made “discreet inquiries through the Canadian Embassy staff in Washington” and was told that “flying saucers exist” and “the matter is the most highly classified subject in the United States government, rating higher even than the H-bomb.”
That same year, President Truman stated “I can assure you that flying saucers, given that they exist, are not constructed by any power on earth.”
Truman was president in 1952, when there were a series of high profile sightings across the country, including over Washington, D.C., on two successive Saturdays in July, when UFOs were tracked on military and civil radars, observed by air traffic controllers and pilots, and chased by USAF jet fighters. On the second night, radar operators and USAF personnel watched as four or five radar contacts converged on a fighter, the pilot radioing in “They're all around me. What should I do?”
While the sightings were explained away as ground lights reflected off temperature inversions, President Truman felt it necessary to get the CIA involved in solving the UFO problem. A CIA document dated Sept. 24, 1952, on the subject of “flying saucers” saw national security implications in letting the American public know the truth “in order to minimize the threat of panic, a national policy should be established as to what should be told the public regarding the phenomena.”
The CIA created a panel of five government scientists, known as the Robertson panel, which came up with the conclusions the CIA wanted — lie to the American people. A policy of “debunking” UFO reports which would “be accomplished by mass media such as television, motion pictures, and popular articles” and that “psychologists familiar with mass psychology should advise on the nature and extent of the program.” This policy is still in effect today.
President Eisenhower was worried about this deception and layers of secrecy, and confided with a military aide that the UFO situation “is not going to be in the best hands.” In his farewell address to the nation, he warned Americans “In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist.”
Eisenhower was right. The greatest event in the history of humanity, extraterrestrial contact, and the scientific advancements this would bring is being kept from us. As long as our secret government maintains the lies, we can not trust them. As President Kennedy said “We seek a free flow of information ... to entrust the American people with unpleasant facts, foreign ideas, alien philosophies, and competitive values. For a nation that is afraid to let its people judge the truth and falsehoods in an open market is a nation that is afraid of its people.”
We have been let down by journalists and scientists who have failed to objectively report, research, and investigate the UFO phenomena and our country's involvement in it. And while many military personnel have had the courage to come forward to tell of UFO encounters known to them, many more have been sworn to secrecy regarding their knowledge and fear reprisals. That the secret government has to use fear to repress the truth is a sign of totalitarianism. We must force them to end the truth embargo, and when they do, make overt contact with the extraterrestrials. There is a new space age ahead of us, and it begins with truth.
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